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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Theale Introduction and map

    belonged to it in the reign of Edward I , 3 at which date Southcote , Trunkwell and 'Herdrugge' (? Hartridge in Ashampstead ) were also members. 4 'Hartrugge,' Beech Hill and Southcote were still in the hundred in 1587

    Parishes Ashampstead

    of Bradfield (q.v.) from the Staffords to the Thomsons, 39 being mentioned for the last time in 1716 . HARTRIDGEHARTRIDGE (Hurterige, xi cent.; Hertrug, Hertrigge, xiii-xv cent.; Hartryge, xv-xvi cent.), consisting of 1 hide worth 60 s ., held

    Parishes Kintbury

    II, no. 19. Cal. Pat . 1396-9 , pp. 94, 106. Hartridge was then held for life by Robert de Hartridge . Close, I Hen. V, m. 33. Hartridge had already come into John Outylles's hands by a conveyance of

    Edburton Manors and other estates

    had an interest in Truleigh manor in 1316 , 38 and in 1332 both he and his sister-in-law Nichole of Hartridge were taxed in Edburton . Nichole's son-in-law John Percy 39 may have had an interest in the manor by

    The hundred of Moreton Introduction and map

    Cholsey in 1086 , but it remained in Moreton Hundred, where it was returned early in the 13th century. 9 Hartridge in Ashampstead was returned in Reading Hundred in 1086 , and in Theale Hundred in 1327 10 and in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILFORD, Sir James (by 1517-50), of Hartridge, Kent.

    (by 1517-50), of Hartridge, Kent. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1547 Ofifces Held Provost-marshal of the army against Scotland 1547; capt. Lauder Apr.-June 1548, Haddington June 1548-early 1549; keeper, Little Park, Otford, Kent, and steward, manor of Gravesend, Kent 2 Feb. 1550-d.

    COVENTRE, William II, of Denford, Berks.

    to complete the purchase of the manor of Titcomb in Kintbury, Berkshire, together with the reversion of that of nearby Hartridge, and it was in this locality that Coventre subsequently built up his landed possessions. He lived mainly at Denford

    BURTON, Sir Thomas (c.1369-1438), of Tolethorpe Hall and Little Casterton, Rutland.

    comprised the manors of Whitwell and Little Hambleton in Rutland), she received land in the three Berkshire villages of Titcomb, Hartridge and Haslewick as dower, together with rents in Belton (Rutland). Thomas’s two younger brothers also obtained gifts of property

    LONG, Robert (d.1447), of South Wraxall, Wilts.

    near Frome. Long’s second marriage, to Margaret Popham, brought him the manors of Dummer and Barton Stacey in Hampshire and Hartridge in Berkshire, and her manor of Draycot Cerne in Wiltshire was eventually to pass to Long’s son John, after

    ENGLEFIELD, Sir Francis (1521/22-96), of Englefield, Berks.

    later. He died in 1537 at the age of 49, having added to his inheritance by buying the manors of Hartridge, Sanderville and Tidmarsh, all in Berkshire, in 1522 and acquiring that of Broughton in Warwickshire at an unknown date.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    414. Ash , Kent, Goldstone manor in, 907. Ash , Aysshe, Surrey, 281, 722. Ashampstead , Ashamstede, Berks, 937. -, Hartridge manor in, 294. Ashbocking , Bokkyng, Suff., 200, 911, 990. Ashbourne , Assheburn, Derb., 545. -, Underwood in, 844. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    Hart Hall , Oxford Hartcliff , co. Somerset, hundred Hartcliff cum Bedminster , hundred, co. Somerset Hartismere , Suffolk, hundred Hartridge , John, petition of Hartrowe , co. Somerset Hartwell , Tristram, postmaster at Abingdon petitions of answer to complaints Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1670-31 December 1670

    Capt. John, letter of Wm., warrant to Mr. Harthill , co. York Hartlib , Mr. Hartop , Sir John, Bart. Hartridge , Rob., contract with Harvey , Sir Dan., ambassador to Turkey letter to chaplain of Edw., receipt by Sir Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 240, December 1591, 01 December 1591-31 December 1591

    and Wm. Ashby. [ Docquet . ] Dec. 4. Lease to Francis Fytton of the site of the manor of Hartridge, Berkshire, for 20 years ; rent, 8 l . [ Docquet . ] Dec. 4. Lease to Thomas, Francis, Subscribers-only content

    Index of person, A - K

    Thomas, 137 Hartford , John, 306 Harton , Hartone: Roland, 118 Thomas, 264 Hartop , Hartopp: Robert, 100 Thomas, 300 Hartridge , William, 362 Harvey , Harveye, Harvy, Harvye: - , widow, 341 Edmund, 231 Sir James, lord mayor, xxiv

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolved- "'Iehat Nir J. Anderlon be and is hereby re-elected an Audit,,r nif tbis CeollrpalyY." It wis muved by Wm. Hartridge, Esq., seconded by David I Fable, osq.- r I4lnat thr e Sir relholders be chosen to determine the ditferences Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shouldl: brought in as early in the day as powsible. A meeting of the workpcopio employed by Messrs, IjT and Hartridge, Prinoip Street, was held yesterday. 3- to WY. HIGHFIELD presided; and stated that last year a' in sum collected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MiWS s sippi would, call an extra BeEsion Of the Iegislature, waa received with enthusiasm. "GEoaeLa-MILLDGavLE, Ga., November 12th- Ir, Hartridge ,introduced in the Legislature a resolution declaring Georgia out of the Union. 'Aother bill of a similar nature was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esqj., Bontiack Street, Msischester Square, asid Madras. BA~receas, Messrs. Glyn, Mills, ansi Co., Lonibard street. BRsOKERS. Lonslon : Win. Ri. Hartridge, Ecsi., 800 Old Broad Street. Birmiinghamn: John Siiith, Esq., H8, Bennett's Hill. AUDITORS. Hessrs. Deloitte aisd Greeiiwood, Fublic Accountants, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clerk. Ire mus' be fresh If fro),iss a Itr~ltwre MIerlitant's Offce, and write agnat lhand.- Apply, peroonally. tn M1ill and. Hartridge, 14, 'Newhltlt Hill. e0i7O jjTANmTtDr a 1mb, itt aix AuctioneorsanandSurveyor's Office, in Birlnsinglsani-. ddeeoa., F, 00, Dlaily Post. 714 Subscribers-only content

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