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    Parishes Harvington

    Parishes HarvingtonHARVINGTON Herefortune, Hereforda (ix cent.); Herefordtun-juxta-Avene (x cent.); Herferthun (xi cent.); Herfortune (xii cent.); Hervertun (xiii cent.); Hervyngton (xv cent.). The parish of Harvington lies on the eastern boundary of the county. It is divided from Warwickshire by Victoria County History

    Parishes Chaddesley Corbett

    mentioned, until the manorial rights of Harvington lapsed it was identical with that of Chaddesley Corbett . 105 John de Harvington held land at Harvington in 1280 . 106 Adam son of William de Harvington , 107 probably a descendant, Victoria County History

    Parishes Oddingley

    , for he presented to the church in that year, 30 and granted the manor for life to Adam de Harvington in 1304 -5. 31 Roger Mortimer of Chirk forfeited all his possessions in 1322 for taking up arms against Victoria County History

    Alien house Priory of Astley

    were commissioned by the pope to arbitrate in a dispute between the church of Worcester and Sir Thomas Ruppe of Harvington respecting certain tithes. 5 Frequent mention is made of this little community in the register of Bishop Giffard . Victoria County History

    Parishes Frankley

    a grant of free warren at Frankley in 1305 , 43 and sold the manor in 1308 to Adam de Harvington , 44 whose right in it was confirmed in 1319 by Thomas son of Nicholas de Frankley . In Victoria County History

    Parishes Tredington

    whose idiocy the manor was taken into the king's hands. 55 The custody was delivered in 1303 to Adam de Harvington , 56 but John Waleraund died about 1308-9 . 57 His heir of the whole blood was found to Victoria County History

    Parishes Pershore , Holy Cross

    158 This may have been the chapel, mentioned above, under the present Capital and Counties Bank. In 1345 Adam de Harvington 159 founded in the nave of the church of St. Eadburga of Pershore 160 a chantry of two priests Victoria County History

    Rodmarton Manors and other estates

    bought by Robert GrantFerris, 70 M.P., who was knighted in 1969 71 and was created a life peer as Lord Harvington in 1974 . A large complex of buildings of many dates occupies the site of the 12th-century monastic grange. Victoria County History

    Parishes Pershore , St Andrew with Defford and Wick

    appropriation was not, however, made until August 1327 , the abbot, William de Harvington , having in that year granted the advowson for life to Adam de Harvington . 253 The vicarage was ordained in the same year, a portion Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Mary , Worcester

    the Oswaldslawe, eight were held by the bishop and seven by the monastery, viz.: Overbury , Sedgeberrow , Shipston-on-Stour , Harvington , Grimley , Hallow , and Cropthorne , with parts of other episcopal manors consisting of seven hides. Hale Victoria County History

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    to a form nearer the o riginal one, in another case the Herefordtun of the 10th century has now become Harvington (co. Worcester ). A settlement like Hertford on an old road does not generally belong to any ancient Saxon Victoria County History

    Townships Euxton

    rests on his Church History from 1500 to 1688 , published in three folio volumes, 1737-42 . He died at Harvington in 1743 . 8 Manor The manor of EUXTON , assessed at two plough-lands, was a me mber of Victoria County History

    Parishes Salford Priors Plan of Salford Hall . [ Plan of Salford Priors church ]

    called Smalemeresuche in the cartulary of Evesham Abbey , where it is mentioned as the boundary between Abbots Salford and Harvington . 2 The land slopes gradually down towards the river, the altitude varying from 341 ft. at Rough Hill Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Dan., Eliz., Jos., Ursula, see Sewell Graham , M. Y. N., Grange , the, see Tetbury Grant-Ferris , Rob., Ld. Harvington , Gravener , Ric., Grazebrook: Benj., Hester , m. Edw. Mansfield , Jos., Great Western rly. , Greenhampstead , Victoria County History

    LEWKNOR, Robert, of Heythrop, Oxon. and Pulborough, Suss.

    Walwyn II* of Herefordshire, a retainer of the earl’s sister, Joan, Lady Beauchamp of Abergavenny. In a deed dated at Harvington in Worcestershire in 1412 he referred to his son, Thomas, whose seal he was then using, but nothing is History of Parliament

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