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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kempsey

    41 William de Kerswell and Taillefer 42 held 21/2 hides at KERSWELL of the manor of Kempsey in the time of King Henry III . 43 In 1299 Nicholas de Hulle or Hill held land at Kerswell , 44 and

    Elsing Elsted Church

    in Tulonde, and the advowson of the church, while the prior recognized their right to 221/2 acres of land in Kerswell furlong and 3 acres of wood lying to the south of this land. 21 Sir John Camoys leased the

    Parishes Croome d'Abitot

    was still said to be held of that manor in 1640 . 4 In 1471 land in Croome D'Abitot and Kerswell was said to be held of the Bishop of Worcester as of his manor of Kempsey , 5 but

    Parishes Ratley

    . 80 Charity Poor's Land . Under the inclosure of the common fields of Radway in about 1766 land at Kerswell Quarter containing 9 a. 2 r. 15 p. was allotted to the trustees and feoffees for the poor of

    Wheathampstead with Harpenden Introduction

    eighteenth century by the Sibley family, and now belongs to Mrs. Upton Robins . Creswell Farm , Wheathampstead Creswell ( Kerswell , 1388; Caswell , 1650) farm is a seventeenth-century farm-house, about a mile from Wheathampstead on the road to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WILCOTES, William (d.1411), of North Leigh, Oxon.

    acquired by inheritance. His marriage to the heiress, Elizabeth Trillow, brought him the manor of Hill Croome and lands in Kerswell and Evenlode in Worcestershire, together with more substantial estates in Oxfordshire, situated at Chastleton, Saltford and elsewhere, and it

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most abstemious man, and was much respected at Peckbhain THiAMES POLICE. f tile ATraqooars CaarrsELn.-EdvardArssstrong, a young mns5 ateae ship Kerswell, was charged with cruelty towards an apprentic be VA John tinm Rlwiuad, soni of -a shipowrierh at Plymotth, b Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SESSIONS. CRUELTY.-On Tuesday, Edward .drinctroag was-indicted for assiaut ing a boy named John King Rowland. The defendant was mate Ofthe Kerswell, a vessel trading to the Cape of Good Hope, and in which shlp the boy Rowland was employed. It Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spalding, Yorkshire, out of business. J. Gerrett, Cock lane, Shoreditch, licensed victualler. W. Curran. Liverpool, stevedore. G. P. Trounsell, King's Kerswell, Devonshire, lieutenant R. N. R. A. Jefferies, East street, Walworth, butcher. J. Bonny, Edge hill, near Liverpool, tailor. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spaldingtio, Yorkshire, out of business. J. Gerrctt, Cock lane, Shoreditchl, licensed victualler. W. Curean, Liverpool, stevedore. G. P. Trounsell, King's Kerswell, Devonshire, lientenant, R.N. R. A. Jefferiss, East street, Walworth, butcher. J. Bonsy, Walton, Lancashire, tailor. W. Cornhlill, Coleman street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tchnical cassnow so common throughout the country. An entirely new kind of lace, which should become I jiopular, came from Kerswell in the Honiton country. tis work-ed in hisrm'onious coloured threads, and 43 pattern is very Like Honiten. Some ve2ry Subscribers-only content

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