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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lockerley

    is a large earthwork. Painshill is in the south-west of the parish; Holbury , which lies north, is now partly included in the parish of East Tytherley . Holbury Mill is said to stand on the site of one of

    Parishes East Tytherley

    and the subsoil chalk. Manors The manor of EAST TYTHERLEY had at an early date four adjoining members- Lockerley , Holbury , East Dean and Broughton . 3 These members were separated from it by royal grant to John de

    Parishes Fawley

    The first trace of HOLBURY Manor is in 1312 , when Roger Bernerall and Gilbert de Shupton obtained licence of the king to 'grant land in Holebury to the abbey of King's Beaulieu .' 33 Holbury remained in the hands

    The liberty of Beaulieu Index Map to the Liberty of Beaulieu

    the monks had licence to inclose 8 acres of waste of their own soil at Black Down , nea r Holbury , 12 and in February 1324 they had a grant to hold 2231/2 acres of waste land in the

    The hundred of Bishop's Waltham Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of BISHOPS WALTHAM

    the inhabitants of Fawley ever actually attended the hundred court at Waltham . The entries of 1316 also show that Holbury , Hardley , Butsash, and Langley (all in Fawley parish) were attached to the New Forest Hundred at this

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JOHN, Lewis (d.1442), of London and West Horndon, Essex.

    Court, held dower estates in Hampshire, and it was in her right that John came into possession of land in Holbury and East Tytherley in that county. He also obtained formal custody of the manors of Tytherley and Lockerley during

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    style, and manning the ball up salsi. mn Gray headed towards the goal, aed a third th pit was scored. Holbury then saved three thoes in quick succession, the last timeben from a kick for a foul close in goal;. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cross 1 ; total 29. WEDNESBUaY V. SWtrawiTcx (2xn TEAms).-At Wednesbury. Wednesbury: Binning 0, Lester 0, Perry 15, Bytbeway 0, Holbury 13, Peace 0, McTurk 3. Milward 1, Yates 5, Davis 0, Hodgkins (not out) 3, extras 3; total 43. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thert caled Sluttersng - -Ill/ h/mtol, contairning~ -Xv ,ri. P.a Let !X. All tholie TtilfkE LANDS. in-Middupferd Cloei near unto Holbury Mridge, cootaiirino ztR- i3P more or trg - tM The lall mentioand Folr Lots are;n ttate PNifellion of Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all further Particulars, apply to Christophier Rawson, of Halifax, Esquire; or to Mr. Scholefield, Attorney at Law, in Horbury. . Holbury ilth July, 1822, BASTARD CHILDREN. 'IE-*FATHIERS of BASTARD Children . i belongirig-to the-Township- of Leeds are hereby infbrmed,' that- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arid their mossters. wih to f. O.n Sunday last, the Scholars connected wit te ic Dn Old Union Sunday School, Holbury, held their 57th ardi- 5 vas versary. 229 children walked in a procession to thus church wi ay, in Subscribers-only content

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