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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canonesses Abbey of Lacock

    a knight's fee in Zeals ; 78 while at Hatherop three tenants are described as holding between them 21/2 hides per regale servicium . 79 In 1306 we find Bishopstrow and Hatherop described in the cartulary as 'baronies'. In the

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    Guiting and Quenington before the end of the twelfth century. In 1222 the Carthusians settled for a few years at Hatherop , but afterwards moved to Hinton in Somerset . In the thirteenth century the Friars came to Bristol and

    Shipton Moyne Manors and other estates

    Thomas's death in 1599 49 the manor passed to his widow Emma. In 1600 she married Sir Henry Blomer of Hatherop 50 who conveyed the manor c . 1609 to Thomas's son and heir Thomas Estcourt of Lasborough , 51

    Gloucester Roman Catholicism

    1735 only two papists were recorded at Gloucester . 14 Mary Webb (d. 1787), daughter of Sir John Webb of Hatherop , left 1,000 guineas to found a mission to the city, and a priest arrived there in late 1788

    Stonehouse Churches

    he resigned in 1789 to become Rector of Quenington . 21 Thomas Pettat, vicar 1798-1803 , was also Rector of Hatherop , and William Baker , 1803-26 , 22 lived on his benefice at Dowdeswell. 23 Henry Cripps, instituted in

  • * British History Online * *

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    George III, July 1767, 01 July 1767-31 July 1767

    Petition of Sir John Webb, Bart., for a licence to enclose a highway and three footways in the parish of Hatherop, in the county of Gloucester. Referred to the Attorney and Solicitor General. 9 July. Ireland, v. 426, No. 28. Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 247, March 1648, 01 March 1648-31 March 1648

    attorney. George Dowdswell. Wm. Freame, Ciciter. Gainsford Fletcher, Hatherop. John Howlet, Winchcomb. Rich. Pullen, Ciciter. Thos. Willis, " Thos. Roberts, Cheltenham. Lancett Limrick, " Sir Wm. Morton. John Gray, Gloucester. Rich. Mansell, Hatherop. Thos. Price, jun., Gloucester. Giles Wright, attorney, Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, June 1597, 21-30, 21 June 1597-30 June 1597

    ( 175. 36.) Sir Henry Knyvett to Sir Robert Cecil. 1597, June 22. On a complaint that William Blomer of Hatherop, Gloucestershire, had turned a water course, to the overthrow of an ancient mill, for the erecting of a new

    Index, B, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    , letter dated at, 292. Bletnesham , 303. Bletsoe , 286. Bleuet , Bleuvet. See Blavet. Blomer , William, of Hatherop, a commission against, 261. Blount or Blunt : Ch., signs a minute of a council of war, 291. Sir

    General Index, B, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    Samuel, see Southen. Butler , Ellen, Countess of Carrick Butler , George John, pardon to Mr., of Handly Richard, of Hatherop Richard, glazier, bill of Butter transportation of unlawfully transported, account of Butterworth , Mr. Mrs. Buttolph , William, petition Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1766, 25 March 1766

    Common Fields, Downs, and " Commonable Lands, and allotting the Old Enclofures, " lying within the Townfhip and Parifh. of Hatherop, " in the County of Leiceßer:" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was brought Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1766, 26 March 1766

    Old Enclofures, lying within the Townfhip and " Parifh of Hatherop, in the County of Gloucejler." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees aforenamed: Their Lordfhips, or any Five of them ; to Subscribers-only content

    8 April 1766, 8 April 1766

    Fields, Downs, and Commonable Lands, and allot- •' ting the old Enclofures, lying within the Townfhip " and Parifh of Hatherop, in the County of Glouceßer" was committed. it c< A. 17 2a vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1766, 9 April 1766

    Fields, Downs, and Commonable Lands, and allot- " ting the Old Enclofures, lying within the Townfhip " and Parifli of Hatherop, in the County of Gloucester." The Oueftion was put, " Whether this Bill fliall V pafs i" It was Subscribers-only content

    11 April 1766, 11 April 1766

    Common Field, Downs, and Commonable Lands,. " and allotting the Old Enclofures, lying within the " Townfliip and Parifh of Hatherop, in the County of " Glouceßer." " 24. An Act for dividing and enclofing feveral Open " Fields, Commons, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a son-On the I Ith inst., at Charinsg cross, Mre Henry Comptos, of a son-on the lath hist., at Hatherop, Lady Maria Ponsonby, of a son-On the 12th inst, at Windmill hill. Sussex, tite lady of IH. I. Curteis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the rabbis." AN INDIAN PRINCE A GLOUCESTEnSFrIREI L.AnLORD. -His Highness the rlaharnjah Dhuleep Singli has become the proprietor of hatherop Castle and estate, situate on the Cotswold Hills, about two miles from the pretty little town of Fairford and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LT. Shaw, D, L. curito of ot, v Avidrew's Mission Chapel, Limehosna, aid lB2oche;, Saf- foilk, to Oln rectory of Hatherop, near Fairford, fGlonsnstir- shire, on the nomination of his Highness the MLhurjals a Dlbulicep ingh, The cusray of Gawontry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    weelc. Yesterday, the annual Asaize sermon, in aid of the Infirmary, was preached by thoe Rev. R. P. Davies, of Hatherop, and hotll the judges (Baron Pigott and Justice Lush) were in attendance, as were also tbe Mayor and Corporation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I GOSSIP FROM1 THE WOFLD. i I The Queen will leave Balmoral after luncheon on V Friday, the 17th, and is to arrive at Windsor Castle tb about half-past eight on Saturday morning. Her us Majesty is to reside Subscribers-only content

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