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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hippenscombe

    HippenscombeHIPPENSCOMBE Until c . 1240 Hippenscombe , consisting of a deep east-west coomb and a northern tributary coomb, lay in Savernake forest. From c . 1240 the north part lay in Savernake forest and the south part in Chute

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    the Wiltshire and Swindon Record Office (9/22/232H) 208 Tidcombe and Fosbury c . 1840, Hippenscombe 1848, based on the tithe award maps of Tidcombe , Hippenscombe , and Blagden 216 Wootton Rivers 1842, based on the tithe award map 231

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    . On the north-west the woodland of Savernake forest, and on the south-east that of Chute forest (until 1544 including Hippenscombe ), belonged to the Crown until the 16th century and the 17th respectively. The land of the hundred is

    Tidcombe TIDCOMBE AND FOSBURY c . 1840 HIPPENSCOMBE 1848

    the population was 105. 59 TIDCOMBE AND FOSBURY c . 1840 HIPPENSCOMBE 1848 The main part of this article deals principally with Tidcombe . Most aspects of Fosbury and Hippenscombe are dealt with separately in subarticles under the name of

    Kinwardstone Hundred KINWARDSTONE HUNDRED c . 1840

    Tidcombe parish from 1894 lay in Kinwardstone hundred in 1332 with the probable exception of Hippenscombe , which was part of Chute forest; 14 Hippenscombe was part of the hundred in the 17th century and later. 15 Three fifths of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LISLE, John (c.1386-1429), of Wotton, I.o.W.

    Another legacy from his father was the remaining period of a ten-year lease (granted in 1402) of the herbage at Hippenscombe, in the royal forests of Savernake and Chute, a lease which was renewed to John’s advantage for a further

    WYLY, John (d.1400), of Marlborough and Calstone, Wilts.

    Sturmy in the 1390s and probably earlier, Wyly held an estate in Oxenwood and part of the forest bailiwick of Hippenscombe. (All these properties were situated in Savernake forest and within a few miles of Sturmy’s seat at Wolf Hall.)[footnote]In

    LISLE, Sir John (1366-1408), of Wotton, I.o.W. and Thruxton, Hants.

    favour was the grant, made two years later, of the farm for ten years of the profits of herbage from Hippenscombe in the forests of Savernake and Chute. Lisle was one of the four representatives from Hampshire summoned to attend

    BERWICK, John (by 1508-72), of Wilcot, Wilts.

    £ 192 for the Dorset lordship of Blandford St. Mary, which was alienated on the same day, with lands called Hippenscombe, parcel of the royal manor of Marlborough. Wilcot, near Pewsey, a former estate of Bradenstoke priory where Berwick was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    away. In less than five minutes the hounds were racing in the open for the steep descent that leads to Hippenscombe, and they ran by the end of that covert to near Standen ; then passing through the corner of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that year about £200 ; the parish of Wokingham £300, now £1,800. My father had bought just before 1836 the Hippenscombe estate of 800 acres for £15.000, with a presumed tithe of about £50 a year, but in 1836 the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarke, Esq., Bellerield House, Troxvbridge, Magistrate for the county of Somerset Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Gillies, Porchester House, Bayswater WiUiam Gilbert, Esq., Hippenscombe, near Andover Robert Raxvlins.Esq., Bere Hill House, Whitchurch R. H. Webb, Esq., Mansion House, Kingsdoxvn, near Bristol Thomas Heard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarke, Esq., Bellefield House, Trowbridge, Magistrate for the county of Somerset Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Gillies, Porchester House, Bayswater William Gilbert, Esq., Hippenscombe, near Andover Robert RawUns.Esq., Bere HiU House, Whitchurch R. H. Webb, Esq., Mansion House, Kingsdown, near Bristol Thomas Heard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Clarke, Esq., Belletield House, Trowbridge, Masi-tn*!!*. the county of Somerset j Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Gillies, Porchester Hous» Bay- WiUiam Gilbert, Esq., Hippenscombe, near Andover ' lWa -«r Robert Rawlins, Esq., Bere Hill House, Whitchurch R. H. Webb, Esq., Mansion House, Kingsdown, Subscribers-only content

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