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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brinkworth

    centre, and near Grittenham hamlet, where it divides Brinkworth and Grittenham tithings, it is called Grittenham brook. The south is drained by its feeders Thunder brook and Lilly brook and by Dauntsey brook, which rises near Grittenham hamlet. Woodbridge brook

    Malmesbury hundred

    called Chedglow ; and it may have contained more. 4 In the early 14th century it contained Bremilham, Brinkworth (including Grittenham ), Christian Malford , Dauntsey (including Smithcot), Draycot Cerne , Easton Piercy in Kington St. Michael parish, Foxley ,

    Parishes Tockenham

    school at Lyneham . Soon afterwards, hoping to acquire an interest in the Grittenham estate, he became estate manager there. Subsequently, in his attempts to secure the Grittenham estate, Ayliffe was guilty of many frauds, and was executed for forgery

    Parishes Foxley

    1599 . 64 In 1600 Hinton 's son Thomas sold it to John Ayliffe of Grittenham in Brinkworth . 65 The manor passed with Grittenham manor from John Ayliffe (d. 1631) to Sir George Ayliffe (d. 1643), John Ayliffe (d.

    Parishes Dauntsey

    lanes led to Grittenham in Brinkworth from Olivemead Lane and Sodom Lane . 22 From the mid 20th the east end of Sodom Lane , part of Olivemead Lane, and the lane from Olivemead Lane to Grittenham were used as

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, A

    109 Aylesbury , co. Bucks. inquiry into depopulation at the Assizes in, 90 Ayliffe (Ayloff), Sir John, of Brinkworth and Grittenham, co. Wilts. his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187 Aylmer (Elmer), John, Bishop of London reference to, 19 Ayr and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £113 6s. with iutent to defraud Mr. J. Bannister aud others at Wai- minster.- VV. Strange, for a burglary at Grittenham , to be transported seven years ; W. Gale, for rob- bing a waggon, and W.Taylor, for stealing a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -' *-> Lewis Lee, Canal Bauk, Aberdulais, lately _ 09idilllf Water^treet, Aberavon, tin works Z_s£* £%*% bofh'l.o.^S^ f__SS. dGOdWiU ' Grittenham ' -Wrinkworth, Wiltshire, James W. Wells, Kodmarton, Glouc_,t f .__,hi^ carpenter, wheelwright, and farmer uloUce3terB bue. paries Bulley, Park-street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and on Wednesday last they again scored a brilliant suc- cess. Finding in Great Wood, hounds ran at speed past Grittenham, and crossing Brinkworth Brook they streamed away across the Brinkworth road and on for Perm's Lodge. The intervention of Subscribers-only content

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