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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARNECOMBE (WARMECOMBE), James (by 1523-81), of Ivington, Herefs.

    (by 1523-81), of Ivington, Herefs. Constituency Dates Ludlow Nov. 1554 Leominster 1555 Herefordshire 1563 Hereford 1571 Hereford 1572 Ofifces Held V.-justice of Chester 1545; escheator, Herefs. and the marches 1548-9; commr. relief, Herefs. 1550, to survey lands of bpric. of

    WARNECOMBE, John, of Leominster, Herefs.

    positively identified, and it is not known whether he was of the family seated at Ivington, and so allied with the Scudamores and the Crofts, and related to James Warnecombe. He was still alive in 1609, occupying property in Leominster

    WARNECOMBE, James (c.1522-81), of Ivington, Herefs.

    (c.1522-81), of Ivington, Herefs. Constituency Dates Ludlow Nov. 1554 Leominster 1555 Herefordshire 1563 Hereford 1571 Hereford 1572 Ofifces Held Vice-justice of Chester 1545; escheator, Herefs. and marches of Wales 1548-9; recorder, Ludlow 1551-63; standing counsel to Leominster by 1552; j.p.

    CONINGSBY, Thomas I, of Leominster, Herefs.

    (who did not come of age until 1571), who in 1567 leased the site of Leominster priory and property at Ivington, Herefordshire, formerly held by Humphrey.Add. 19815, 26; Vis. Salop (Harl. Soc. xxviii), 131; PCC 45 Chaynay; CPR, 1566-9 p.

    WARNECOMBE (WARMECOMBE), Richard (by 1494-1547), of Ivington, Lugwardine and Hereford.

    (by 1494-1547), of Ivington, Lugwardine and Hereford. Constituency Dates Hereford 1529 Hereford 1542 Ofifces Held Town clerk, Hereford by 1518, alderman by 1525-d., mayor 1525-6, 1540-1; commr. subsidy, Herefs. 1515, musters 1539, 1542; other commissions 1538-d.; servant of bp. of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reading

    of land, 10 of meadow, 3 of pasture, 40 of wood, and 16 s . of rent in Leominster , Ivington , and other places in Herefordshire , to find two chaplains to celebrate daily in their convent church. 127

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was committed for trial for the man- nf slaughter of a boy named Glanwrriis during aEl quarrel at Wintercott Farm, Ivington, on Satur- U11 day night. A post momtem exLinination allowed that death was caused by a rupture of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on remand with canuing us tots death of a boy named Grithiths, during an affray at wI 05e Wintereott Farnm, Ivington, near Leominster, on Saturday ral night. 'The result of a post morten examination showed en that death was caused Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has worked with him as curate of the parish for the past six years, to the vicarage of St. John, Ivington, the gross value of which is £6318. per annaum, without residence. Mr. Horton is a son of the Riev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gray Court, Ledbury, Hereford. CLASa 4.-Dull calves above six and cinder twelve months old. they -1st prIze, £18., Charles Vevers, Ivington Plark, Leominsnter, lents Ilereforci : 2nd, £10., Philip Tccrner,. The Leen, Pemnbridge, Leo- ininster, Hereford ; 3rd, £5., Willaia Subscribers-only content

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    ; Mr. T. Edwards, Wintercote; Mr. IV. Perry, Cholstrey; Mr. Mosris, Whitwick; Mr. Taylor, Stratford Court ; Mr. C. Vevers, Ivington, &a. There was an excellent show of fat cattle, the most successful competitors in which were the Earl of Subscribers-only content

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