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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges St Edmund , Salisbury

    its foundation. 8 The earliest additions to its revenue had apparently been the gift of a messuage and carucate in Homington by Henry de Lacy in 1285 , 9 and the grant of 5 marks' rent in Salisbury by Reynold

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Salisbury

    39 Its holdings at Fisherton Anger, Broad Hinton , Gurston, and Broad Chalke were also increased; 40 at Harnham and Homington , probably towards the end of the 13th or in the early 14th century, £114 6 s . 8

    Salisbury Churches

    family. 136 The following year the canons of Maiden Bradley were licensed to alienate a similar rent from lands in Homington for the support of another chaplain celebrating for the souls of Robert Godmanstone and his family. 137 In 1535

    Index

    , Hans, 6 Hole , Thos., 43 Holland , 126 Holmes (Homes), Elias, 105, 126; John, 193 Homington , John of, 95 n Homington , 28, 149 Honorius , Emperor, 52 Honorius III , Pope, 61 Hooper , John, 104

    List of maps and plans Corsley parish, 1783

    Corsley and Warminster to the brethren, 96 and a further licence was given to John of Marshton and John of Homington for land in Whitbourne and Corsley in 1363 . 97 After the Dissolution the property of the house in

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward Moore, 30/3/1812

    Moore Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 30/3/1812 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Homington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SCL, Press 2, Chapter Act Book 22 (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean

    Richard Trickey, 30/12/1802

    Trickey Forename Richard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 30/12/1802 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Homington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SCL, Press 2, Chapter Act Book 22 (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean

    Edmund Benson, 10/2/1834

    Benson Forename Edmund Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Date 10/2/1834 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Homington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SCL, Press 2, Chapter Act Book 23 (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and

    George Lewis Benson, 6/3/1835

    Forename George Lewis Title Qualification LLB University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Nomination Date 6/3/1835 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Homington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SCL, Press 2, Chapter Act Book 24 (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean

    George Lewis Benson, 10/2/1834

    George Lewis Title Qualification LLB University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Nomination Date 10/2/1834 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Homington// OTHER INFORMATION Source SCL, Press 2, Chapter Act Book 23 (Dean and Chapter Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 May 1783, 28 May 1783

    Wcfl Harnham and Netherhampton, " and certain Open Lands lying at the Eaft End of the " faid Parifh of Homington, in the County of Wilts ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meflage was brought Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1783, 30 May 1783

    Commonable Places within the feveral " Parifhes of Odflock, Homington, IVefl Harnham and " Netherhampton, and certain Open Lands lying at the " Eaft End of the faid Parifti of Homington, in the " County of Wilts." Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1783, 3 June 1783

    Commonable Places, within the feverai " Parifhes of Odfiock, Homington, Ifteß Harnham and t( Netherhampton ; and certain Open Lands lying at the " Eaft End of the faid Parifli of Homington, in the " County of Wilts," was committed Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1783, 24 June 1783

    the Open Common Fields, Common Meadows, Open Common Downs, Wafte Lands and Commonable Places within the feveral Parifhes of Odflock, Homington, Wefl Harnham and Netherhamp- ton, and certain Open Lands lying at the Eaft End of cc cc cc cc Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1783, 24 June 1783

    Commonable Places, within " the feveral Parifhes of Odjlock, Homington, Weß Harn- " ham, and Netkerhampton, and certain Open Lands *' lying at the Eaft End of the faid Parifh of Homington, " in the County of Wilts." 28. " Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fonthill, and Mr. L. Loyd, Monk's Orchard, arc the winners for wothere ; Messrs. Palmor, Olbiddesden, and Mr. J. Read, Homington, for owes, and Sir E. Hulse. Beart., cud Mr. . T. Twidell, Mifield, for lambs.-The Shropshiues are an exceedingly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some watches and chains, bearing his Boya High- ness's arms and crest, and enclosed in morocco Cass The down at Homington, about two miles from id Salisbury,. and in the immediate vicinity of the le race plain, has been inspected Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the best known blood, several of them being by a splendid Ram.from the noted Floeck of Mr. .J. Reade, of Homington, which was pur- chased last year for 65 Guineas. Catalogues-may be had of the auctioneers, Wallingford. OXFORD GREAT RAM- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    j ll and weary, has been admitted into the infirmary at 3 - n Salisbury, and the strange sounds at Homington have r r now oeased, whilst she herself is very munh better than . .; at the time of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18 miles, and from Crowder's lane thl re - mainder was soon accomplished, the boundary between tme ge parishes of Homington and Castle Doningtont being clearly fa Wdeined by a bank. On roaching home the parish turned to out to Subscribers-only content

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