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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Racton Racton Parish Church

    In 1680 the Gunters disputed the right of the Lordington household to sit in a pew built on the south side of the chancel by Judge Jermin during the Civil War. It was alleged that the Gunters had built the

    Aldingbourne Parish Church of St Mary Aldingbourne

    The rectory and great tithes were farmed by the Dean, and during the Commonwealth were in the hands of the Gunters of Racton under a lease for three lives granted in 1618 . 104 In 1535 tithes 'in the parish

    Parishes Farlington

    that of Farlington manor down to the year 1480, but after that date it passed into the hands of the Gunters . William Gunter , brother and heir of John Gunter of Rakton, Sussex , released his rights in Frendstaple

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    Hurn , 51 Granborough and Stratford (xvi cent.) 52 ; Walmore, Lykehaye and Nonnewade (xvi cent.) 53 ; Hamborough, Bodyers, Gunters , and Ranckhams (xvi cent.) 54 ; Mackcliffe (xvi cent.) 55 ; Duncombe Close and Scottes Common (xvii cent.)

  • * British History Online * *

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    Preface

    of the great entertainment, but as to the way in which our ancestors arranged, in days when there were no Gunters or Bridgemans, to provide things necessary for their monster banquets. Dinner ended the guests "entertained themselves" for an hour, Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1686, 21-31 , 21 March 1686-31 March 1686

    to Cha. Gifford; 20 l . to Rob. Swan; 50 l . to Tho. Whitgrave; 50 l . to Kath. Gunters; 50 l . to Fran. Reynolds; 150 l . to Sir Tho. Windham; 100 l . to Lady Windham's

    Treasury Warrants, August 1716, 21-31, 21 August 1716-31 August 1716

    town of Reading called the fishing of Rennet; and all that piscary and fishing in the water called Gunter or Gunters Brook in Reading; and all that piscary and fishing of or at Cavisham [Caversham ] Bridge, Co. Berks, heretofore

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    duties on Houses for co. Buckingham, 53. Reading , co. Berkshire, Brookenborough Meadow, 426. East Mead, 426. Great Meadow, 426. Gunters Brook, 426. lease of lands and fishing in and near, 426. manor of, 426. Monastery of, Cellerer of, fishing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i" I erilaics in somewhat nettled tone. " It's Mr. Gunter's herders, -miss." "Mr. G'nnterl." I repeated, in. doubt if I lid ¶1uteri rit. "And is it by Mr. Gunter's orders aleso con11~istanl remin in the rooni with its. "Tust Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his table. His- butler bad always a difficult task to set matters right; belt the resources of his neigbbours, the Gunters, are great, and people got in the way of sending round in the morning to know if they were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the juguiar vein- The prinecpal event in recent theatrical manes:st MIelbourne has been the production of Mr A. ' Gunters "Two Nights in Rome,' at the Pri(es'; Theatre. MNiss Janet Achurch, Miss Clara Cot Messrs. Bucklawv, Sass, and Royce Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Queeans'-streets out of num- ber; and the Groevenors and Beauchamps run a race of popularity in the thoroughfares with the Gunters and the Cubitts, who have dedicated miniature Babylons to the glorificationof their faunlynaemes. There are some excep- tions, however. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    age armi. PROMOTIONS AND EXCHANGES. WAR OFFICE, JUNE 9. 1846. S3th Light Dragoons-Lieut. R. Portal to be Captain, vice Megan, retires; Cornet H. D. Slade to be Lieutenant, vice Por- tsh~ C! Brandreth to be Cornet, vice Silade. 6ith Subscribers-only content

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