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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Seavington St. Mary

    South mead. 15 The oldest buildings in the parish seem to date from the 17th century and include Hurcott and Upton farm-houses. Hurcott Farm probably dates from the earlier 17th century and is a substantial house of two storeys and

    Parishes Churchill

    have been succeeded by Adam de Hurcott , who conveyed Churchill to his son Robert. 23 It was probably this Robert de Hurcott who in 1234 -5 dealt with the adjoining vill of Hurcott . 24 A few years later

    Kidderminster Introduction, borough and manors

    isolated farm, and Hurcott , a hall with manorial rights of its own. 221 Near Hurcott , in a commanding position, stands Park Hall , the residence of Mr. G. E. Wilson , J.P. South of Hurcott and Park Hall

    Kidderminster Churches and charities

    Manasser Biset had a church at Kidderminster of which he gave the reversion, contingent upon the death of Robert of Hurcott the Clerk, to his foundation for lepers at Maiden Bradley , co. Wilts ., before 1175. 1 This grant

    South Petherton Hundred Introduction

    Whitestaunton , 3 and by 1242 -3 Cudworth , Dowlish Wake , Westcombland in Buckland St. Mary , and probably Hurcott in Seavington St. Mary . 4 By 1286 the hundred had almost achieved its fullest extent: South Petherton ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALSH, William (c.1561-1622), of Abberley, Worcs.

    Walsh’s life, but evidently did not affect his prosperity. In the 1590s he purchased several further manors, including Upton Snodsbury, Hurcott and Broughton, Worcestershire.Walsh had relatives in places of influence: his aunts were all married to men with posts at

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, H I

    446. postal endorsement at, 84. Huntingdon , Earl of. See Hastings. Huntingdonshire , 24. Huntly , Marquis of. See Gordon. Hurcott (Hurcote, Wilts.), 231. Hurleston , Sir Ede, 569. Henry, a suspect in Gunpowder Plot, 484, 527. Hurstone , Mr.,

    Index, H, I, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    846 (39). Huntspill (Hunspell) , Soms., ii. 186. Hurcott (Hurdecote) , Wilts, ii. g. 707 (10). Hurcutt (Hurdecote) , Wore, ii. g. 1068 (41). Hurde. See Horde. Hurdecote , Wilts. See Hurcott. Hurdecote , Wore. See Hurcutt. Hurdewik , Staff,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    held in the Town Ha-il, Kidderminster, yesterday afternoon. Mtr. F. Perrin appeared for the nkrupt.-The debtor-is a market gardener, of Hurcott Rload. His liabilities amounted to £87. l5s. 6d., and assets to £l&5.-Tbe debtor, who attnibuted his failure to had Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FisgNO.-William, Matthews was on Friday brought before W. B. Beat, J. Kiteley, and S. Fawcett, Esqrs., charged with fiahieg in Hurcott pools, the property of the Earl of Dudley, Bo pleaded.guilty, and was fined Od. and moets. On Friday Mojor-General Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Beat, RI Homiray end W. Hanoccke,- -leqms.-, at the Oulildhall, charged with steawig A.eheep., tho' properiy of Mr.: Bannister, of Hurcott. IIn addition to the esVIdence aa to the plne-eg ehaving a beg on his, ehdrlder contatnisg the hedy of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ienkr, and George Postings, puddlerI[Qiarry Bank. were Charged with night poaching en laud belonging to the Earl of Dudley, at Hurcott. Tue prisoeires ivere found en encloaed land at Hureott, the previous night, by lbs Earl of Dudley's keepers. Postings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Payne, Isaac Owen, and George Owen were charged with night poaching on land of the Earl of Dudley at Hurcott. and with assaulting the watchers with Bluldgeone. Mr. IL Saunders, jun., appeared to prosecute, and Mr. Corbet appeared for Subscribers-only content

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