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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Medieval Gloucester 1066 - 1327

    of Tewkesbury , had 22. 14 Two other manors with large holdings were Bisley with 11 burgesses in 1086 and Kempsford with 7. 15 The generally accepted explanation for such burgages attached to outlying manors, that they provided the parent

    Parishes Berwick St James

    Nubold held it of Ernulf of Hesdin. 41 The manor was later part of the barony of Kempsford (Glos.) and presumably passed with Kempsford before 1096 to Patrick de Chaworth, probably Ernulf's son-inlaw, and after 1133 to Patrick 's son

    Canals

    Chippenham , and partly in a proposal to by-pass the poor navigation of the upper Thames by a canal from Kempsford above Lechlade to Abingdon . As authorized in 1795 , its line was from the Kennet & Avon Canal

    Black Bourton Manors and other estates 27. Manor Farm , showing medieval range (left) and W.C.C. Bramwell 's block of 1861-3 (right)

    called Bourton Inge from 15th-century owners, passed to Ernulf's son-in-law Patrick de Chaworth, descending with the Chaworths' reputed barony of Kempsford (Glos.) to Henry (d. 1345), earl of Lancaster , and to Henry's son Henry, duke of Lancaster . 41

    Parishes Lathbury

    was attached to the honour of Chaworth, 110 last mentioned in connexion with Lathbury in the early 14th century. 111 Kempsford , in Gloucestershire , the caput of the English barony of Patrick de Chaworth, 112 had by this time

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    canoenry in Cathedral. * g F S "V S. The Hon. and Rev. Maurice V F. eoh fer l 4. Kempsford, Gloucester, has accepted tIe coot 007 Chancellor to the vacant canonry in ReIgU H4 580 vacant by the deaths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Divine service on Sunday next. I At Gloucester Cathcdtal, ou Monday, the Rev. Maurice Ferdinand St. John, vicar of Kempsford, was installed as canon Yesidentiary. The dean officiated. On the invitation of the King of Swvalelatd, the Coem- mittee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place in 8t. Peter's Church- , trcj, Bo5wrnionourlth, 'y-cterday. The service was con- ,ilkCte lbv (%'nino St. olhn:, vicar of Kempsford and nephew o;i ladv y hellew ali Canon Yeatman, vicar of St. ta rthok,:luewsi, d4yde ham. The chief mourners Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an early hour. A WAIL.-The Record says :-" We deeply regret to leans that the Rev, J. R. Woodford, of Kempsford, Glou- cesterhs1ire, Clhaplain, to the Bishop of Oxford, has accepted the vicarage of Leeds, whichr has been offered to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poot.[c2536 LONDON.AGENT, Tosen 'Traveller, do-A Gentleman, isoc- Lsesingilret-clasa references, wvishes to meet with the above. 6osd roenection amunsnggunpskem.--Adllrees, G., 41, Kempsford Gardene, South Nenolngton, S.W. o2434 01UILDEMtS ononmenery.-Wented. young Man, tboonooleI ".1acuinte.d an epr ind i v art of thso Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 June 1799, 21 June 1799

    282 Kempsford, &c. Enclo- fure Bill. King's Bromley Enclofure Bill. National Pebt Bill. Pilchard Bounty, &c. Bill. Sugar, Sec. Duty Bill. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. i 799. Trowbridge Paving Bill. Sheriffs Salaries (Scotland) Bill. *c the City of Subscribers-only content

    24 June 1799, 24 June 1799

    enclofing the Open and Com- " mon Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paftures, " and Walle Lands, within the Parifhes of Kempsford " and Dryßeld, in the County of Glouceßer." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Con¬ fideration Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1799, 25 June 1799

    allotting, and enclofing the Open *' and Common Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and Walle Lands, within the Parifhes of Kempsford and Dryjfield, in the County of Gloucefler" was committed. tt u tory, within the City and County of the Subscribers-only content

    1 July 1799, 1 July 1799

    enclofing the Open and Com- *e mon Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paftures, a and Wafte Lands, within the Parifhes of Kempsford " and Dryffield, in the County of Gloucefler" I The Oaeftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " Subscribers-only content

    12 July 1799, 12 July 1799

    and enclofing the Open and Common Fields, " Common Meadows, Common Paftures and Wafte " Lands within the Parifhes of Kempsford and Dryffjeld, in the County of Gloucefler" " An Ad for divid- ing, allotting, and enclofing the Commons or Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Humphrey Galimore, 0/0/1561

    Galimore Forename Humphrey Title Priest Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1561 Office/Status Vicar Location Kempsford// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCC, MS 97 (Clerical Survey) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Sede Vacante)/Gloucester 0- 0 Comment R: n - unknown M: yLP:Preaches: n PL: y -

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