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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churcham Charities

    1750 , however, his successor Charles Barrow was paying them. 82 No later record of that charity has been found. Highnam , Linton , and Over benefited under the charity estate left by Giles Cox of Abload's Court, Sandhurst ,

    Churcham Education

    a later volume. From 1808 Sir William Guise was paying an annual salary to a woman for teaching children at Highnam , 73 and in 1833 that part of the parish was served by a small day school with an

    Churcham Economic history

    servi on the demesne of Highnam manor. 65 In 1291 Gloucester Abbey had seven plough-lands in Highnam and Highleadon . 66 In 1607 the demesne of Highnam manor comprised, apart from the immediate grounds of Highnam Court and the woods

    Churcham Introduction Highnam , Linton and Over c. 1755

    of Highnam in 1851 . 10 In 1935 Churcham was united with Bulley to form a new civil parish of Churcham , while Highnam , Linton , and Over were united with Lassington to form the civil parish of Highnam

    Churcham Churches

    been the chapel which stood just to the south-east of Highnam Court , but that was only one among several chapels on Highnam manor during the period. The chapel at Highnam Court was recorded in 1607 when it was said

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COOKE, William I (c.1620-1703), of Highnam Court, nr. Gloucester

    1699; commr. of inquiry, Forest of Dean 1673, 1679, 1683, 1691. Biography Cooke’s family had been established at Highnam since 1597. Highnam, ‘a large beautiful seat’, was situated only two miles west of Gloucester and commanded a ‘pleasant prospect’ over

    ARNOLD, John (d.1606), of Llanthony, Mon.

    and his eldest brother the Gloucestershire estates. His possession of Llanthony was disputed in 1597 by William Cooke II, of Highnam, who had married a descendant of Sir Nicholas Arnold. Further, alleging the probability of undue influence on Arnold’s part

    ARNOLD, Sir Nicholas (c.1509-80), of Highnam, Glos. and Llanthony, Mon.

    Nicholas (c.1509-80), of Highnam, Glos. and Llanthony, Mon. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire 1545 Gloucestershire Mar. 1553 Gloucestershire 1555 Gloucestershire 1572 Gloucester 1559 Gloucester 1563 Cricklade 1571 Ofifces Held Servant of Thomas Cromwell† to 1539; gent. pens. by 1540; j.p. Mon. 1543-?54,

    COOKE, William II (1572-1619), of Gray's Inn and Highnam Court, Glos.

    of Gray's Inn and Highnam Court, Glos. Constituency Dates Helston 1597 Westminster 1601 Wigan 1604 Gloucestershire 1614 Ofifces Held Clerk of liveries in the ct. of wards from 1589; j.p. Herts. by 1596, Glos. temp. James I; purveyor to the

    COOKE, William (c.1620-1703), of Highnam Court, Glos.

    (c.1620-1703), of Highnam Court, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucester Mar. 1679 Gloucester 1689 Gloucester 1690 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Glos. 1648-52, 1657, Aug. 1660-80, Gloucester 1661-3, 1666-80, Glos. and Gloucester 1689-90, militia, Glos. 1648, Glos. and Gloucester Mar. 1660; lt.-col.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    jun. Huddersfield, Yorkshire, auctioneer. A. Butcher, Dartford, Kent, butcher. J. P. Bridguell, High street, Newington butts, linen draper's assistant. W. Highnam, sen. Wood street, Cheapside, out of business. R. D. Lucas, Trig lane, Upper Thames street, outoffbusiness. R. Smith, Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, March 1, Mereton-in-Marsh; Saturday. 2, Eynsham Hall. 1?DBnrxy (at 11).-This day, February 27, Cradley New Church; Friday, March 1, Highnam; Saturday, 2, Holly Bush. LUDLOW (ta l-Fiday, March 1, Bocklet4ICoUrt; Sa rday, 2, Bitterley Village. MZYrBLL (at 11).-Thursday, Februry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bad of the Trustee. Mr. Thomas Ieman, Charteredi Acoumt- aot, 1, St. Peters Church Walk, Nottingham. 920 GAD'S HILL PLACE, Highnam, near Roehester, G Kent, the favourita Residence of the late Charles Dickenrs, for Sale by Private Treaty: ten Bed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISS MIENKEN AND HER POEMS. The sudden death of Dliss Ada Isaacs Menken iu Paris has been chronicled in most of the English jourlalls, and those only who have known her as the wife of several American p1izc-fighters, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    description of a burglary at the mansion of Mr. Gambier Parry, of Highnam Court:- "On Sunday night, the 1st September, 1867, I and my friend went to Highnam, intending to rob the parsonage hiouse. We watched for them to go Subscribers-only content

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