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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Winchcombe

    the endowment provided by Cenwulf. 3 He believed that it consisted of lands at Sherborne , Bledington , Enstone , Honeybourne , Adelmington, Alne , Twyning , Charlton Abbots , Stanton , Snowshill , and Newton . 4 In 821

    Parishes Weston-upon-Avon with Milcote

    a moated site, roughly 200 ft. square; and 1/2 mile south of this is Milcote Station, on the Stratford and Honeybourne branch of the Great Western Railway , which runs through the whole length of Milcote. Manors WESTON was given

    Parishes Prescott

    meeting it at the point where it is crossed by the railway line 6 (built 1904-6 ) from Cheltenham to Honeybourne junction. 7 The parish lies on a steep slope facing northeastward, and the land rises from under 250 ft.

    Hampstead West End

    development in 1897 . The adjacent Treherne and Canterbury houses were evidently disposed of at the same time and apparently Honeybourne , Fawley , and Lymington roads and Crediton Hill (originally Road) were laid out on the combined estates about

    Parishes Clifford Chambers

    opened in 1826 , 39 crossed the east part of the parish. Milcote Halt on the branch railway line from Honeybourne to Stratford is about 11/2 mile from the village, and Stratford-upon-Avon main-line station is about two miles from the

  • * British History Online * *

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    GLASSINGTON, ?John

    1581-1633 Date of birth c.1550 Date of death after 1623 Address Knightsbridge 1623 Other notes Accused 1623. Leper hospital: see Honeybourne 1963. ?Ancestor of John G, fl. 1654? Known London address Knightsbridge Date 1623 Censorial hearings m Palm Sun 1623

    Surnames beginning 'H'

    Homes : Eliz, 55.15 Jos, ser, 25.2 Mary, wid, 8.8b Sar, ser, 8.11 Thos; Ann, ?w, 7.24 Hones Sar, 65.2 Honeybourne Honyborn: John, 6.5 ,collr, 6.19 Thos, app, 73.28 Honeycoate John, ser, 14.12 Honor Honnor: Hen, app, 9.40 Jas; Han,

    Volume G 247, March 1648, 01 March 1648-31 March 1648

    Thos. Jeyne, Tewkesbury 38 3 4 16 0 0 Lord Molineux, tithe at Honeybourne Augmentation of 100 l . granted from it to the Ministers of Honeybourne and Winchcomb. 60 0 0 Wm. Bassett, Berkeley and Uley 55 0 0 Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, February 1647, 01 February 1647-28 February 1647

    Plundered Ministers, who have ordered 50 l . a year out of the impropriation of Lords Morley and Molineux in Honeybourne, whereof 16 l . a year is payable into the Exchequer. Petitioners are to poor to pay for the Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 251, May 1650, 01 May 1650-31 May 1650

    he paid Rogers 15 l . as a bribe. That he received 10 l . from the inhabitants of Chapel Honeybourne for an estate of lands and tithes. That when the Committee for Compounding issued order for seizing and securing Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and In-calf 'SHORTHORN DAIRY' COWS an d l1IVERkES, belonging to the Estate of the late Sydney J. Mlitchell, Req. 974a Honeybourne Bridgs Inst. a6anijoh Hoseybourne Station, O.W.t I THIS DAY (WEDNESAY), OCTOl3E~t 4.. 900 FAT end STORtE SREEP,'Including HO euperlor Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stratford-on- w ury; Avon and Mileote Stations on the Great Western Railway. v4 pook- A goods train was travelling from Honeybourne to Bordes- rner, lev, when the .ngine struck the facing points at aspot d lard: wbere the Great Western Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    51 Head Fat and Store CATTLE. BARR,EN YRARLII,GS and Fat CALVES. Bacan, Pocket, nod Store FIGS. G. RGI-ION,Auctioneer.SnwHl t rno Honeybourne oni da-y of sa-le. 411 WATER ORTON STOC SALE, THI DAY WV(Wcdnesduy), November 13. coumprirse 00 Prime Fat BEASTS. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leavebut without his "better-half," which probably was the Ireas9-e his attempt at self-destruction. STRATFORD.ON-AVON. TflE NEW RAILWAY STATION.-Th5 line from Honeybourne to itratford being nearly completed, we understand the proprietor of he refreshment rooens at the station at the latter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by a ballast train on the branch line of the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Rail- way, between this town and Honeybourne, on the 21st Instant, expired at the Worcester Infirmary last Friday from the injuries he had received, which were Subscribers-only content

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