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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Longney Charities

    buy land for the benefit of the poor of Longney , and in 1641 the trustees bought 8 a. in Harescombe 81 which were exchanged at inclosure for 8 a. in Haresfield . The poor of the parish also received

    Haresfield Introduction

    and Harescombe tithing was a geographically distinct area of 725 a. east of Haresfield Hill , including Stockend and part of Harescombe village. 1 In 1885 Harescombe tithing, with a population of 152 in 37 houses, was transferred to Harescombe

    Haresfield Church

    rectory was appropriated, and a vicarage had been ordained by 1270 . 79 In 1932 the benefice was united with Harescombe . 80 The patronage was exercised by Llanthony Priory until the Dissolution; 81 by 1546 the Crown had granted

    Painswick Local government

    in S.C. 2/176/1-2. The remaining rolls and books were in 1972 penes Mr. J. O. T. Blow , Hilles House, Harescombe , the lord of the manor. Ct. rolls and bks. penes Mr. Blow , ct. 18 Apr. 19 Jas.

    Randwick Manor

    moiety held by the Mill family descended with the manor of Harescombe to the Mitchells , 74 who apparently acquired manorial rights over the whole manor. James Mitchell of Harescombe was described as lord of the manor of Randwick in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 252, May 1595, 01 May 1595-31 May 1595

    London which [Hen. ] Isham is content to yield to him. May 9. 13. Will of Hen. Watkins, yeoman, of Harescombe, co. Gloucester, bequeathing Dockworth pasture, Harsfield parish, to his daughters Jane and Margaret, with remainder to his son Henry, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1541, 1-10, 01 September 1541-10 September 1541

    the initial H. Ib. f., 28. iii. Grant to John Wakeman, bp. of Gloucester, of the manors of Maysmore, Brokethorppe, Harescombe, & c. Westm., 4 Sept. 33 Hen. VIII. Lat., pp. 17. See Grants in September, Nos. 2, 4, 5.

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    of Hare , John, letter of niece of Ralph, grants to Hare , the (ship) Harecourt , Mr., letter to Harescombe , co. Gloucester resident at Harmar , Mr. Harmondsworth manor , co. Middlesex, grant of Harp , Mrs., letter Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I

    Godstone, 889. -, Robert, knight, 797, 1060. - William, esquire, 380, 963. Harefield , Herfeld [co. Middlesex ] , 1133. Harescombe , Harscombe [co. Gloucester ] , 1007. Haresfeld , John, father of Agnes, wife of Walter Berewe, 846. Harestone Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1541, 26-30, 26 September 1541-30 September 1541

    of Maysmore, Brokethorpe and Harescombe, Preston, Longeford and Droiscort, in co. city of Gloucester; the man or of Rudge and Farleigh, Glouc.; and the manors of Hopemeleshull, Dewchurch, and Kylpeke, Heref., with appurtenances in Brokethorpe, Harescombe, Preston, and Brokeworth, in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was committed to the Sessions on the charges preferred by Mr. Ioughton and the Railway Company. BAD IEAT.-AAFAR.3ERRFINEDig10.-GeorgeRatlc-ff, far- mer, Harescombe, Gloucestershire, was summoned for send- ing mto Birmhingham four quarters of beef, unfit for human food. Sub-inspector M~eeson said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    either to the large or small capitalist to purchase for investment or occupatin Also, the ADVOWSON of the Rectory of Harescombe and Pitch. combo, in the said county. The manslon-house Is situate in the most plcturesque part of tha Vale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. Chas. Hornby, M.A., to Ebrington V., Gloucester. Rev. Edward Lewis, M.A., to Harescombe R. Rev. Thomas Moor, to Christ Church, Chesham, P.C. Rev. H. Morgan, M.A., to Lanwrst R. Rev. Joseph Price De Pledge. M.A., to Satley V., Darlington. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCF The Bishop op Lincoln has written tr, tk ir- ' Stallingborough, near Grimsby/- .ecWv^ lCar administer tbe Holy Communion tn on . th.. .°' _° Jaw God, aa interpreted by th. JJ£*?» the Charge op Drunkenness against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yeatman, to Netherbury V. Clerical Oritoary.- On the 17th inst., at Brighton, aged 64, the Rev. Chas. Chorton. late of Harescombe Rectory, Gloucester.- On the 17th inst., at Creeton Rectory, aged 58 years, the Rev. Wm. Layng, M.A. Rector.- On Subscribers-only content

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