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You searched for: Place: Homington, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

Found 22 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

    8 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    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

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    , 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

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    marriage took place at Lockington Church of th bMiss Alice H. Andrews, only daughter of Mr. th Charles Andrews. of Homington (late of Derby), and (E I Mr. Frederick John Greasley, of Ookbrook. The tn church had been prettily decorated Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Ram Lambs have been bred this year. Many of the Young Ewes were obtained from Mr. James Read of Homington, Salisbury, wliose Flock was dispersed last year. The Rams used this year were purchased from the flocks of H Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Ram Lambs have been bred this year. Many of the Young Ewes were obtained from Mr. James Read, of Homington, Salisbury, whose Flock was dispersed last year. The Rams used this year were purchased from the flocks of H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and silver medal to the breeder ; 2d, £5. - Ist, Thomas Fo well Buxton, Ware ; 2d, James Read, Homington. Class 53. - Fat wether lambs of the Hampshire or Wilt- shire Down breed, under 12 months old. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has beon four years in Eii-rland. Anuirements : Thorough 1 Enelish, German, French, advanced arithmetic, iiiude, drawing. Address Fraairta Cnrti, Homington Vicara:e, near Guudle. GOVERNESS- NURSi-: or COMPANToN-MAID. - A Lalv, ', experienced an 1 warmly recomniendetl. seeks a POST Subscribers-only content

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