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    Parishes Kimpton

    Parishes KimptonKIMPTON Kamintone (xi cent.); Kymitone, Kymbton, Kumynton (xiv cent.); Kympton (xv cent.). Kimpton is a parish of 3,677 acres, lying on the Bedfordshire border, north of the Ayots and west of Codicote . The northern and southern parts

    Parishes Kimpton

    Parishes KimptonKIMPTON Chementune (xi cent.); Keminton (xii cent.); Kemeton, Cumpton (xiii cent.); Kumetone, Kumeton, Cumynton (xiv cent.). Kimpton , which is bounded on the north by the Wiltshire parish of Ludgershall , covers an area of 2,795 acres, thus

    The hundred of Hitchin Introduction and map

    CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF HITCHIN KINGS WALDEN 1 ICKLEFORD LILLEY IPPOLLITTS OFFLEY KIMPTON PIRTON 2 This hundred was generally called the 'half hundred of Hiz ( Hitchin ),' its Domesday assessment working out at about 40 hides. During the 15th,

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    ; Amport ; Andover ; Foxcott Chapelry; Appleshaw ; Clatford , Upper; Fyfield ; Grately; Kimpton ; Knight's Enham; Monxton ; Penton Mewsey ; Quarley ; Thruxton ; Tidworth , South; Weyhill with Penton Grafton 1 Alterations have been made

    Shelley Manor

    Edward Kimpton , Vicar of Rogate (Suss.), who was apparently his nephew. 94 In November 1799 it was reported that the lord of the manor was Harvey Kimpton who was apparently the son of Edward Kimpton . 95 Harvey Kimpton

    Parishes Fyfield

    south. Fyfield village lies in a slight hollow in the south of the parish and is approached by roads from Kimpton , Weyhill , Thruxton and Redenham . Redenham House , the residence of Mr. Arthur William Fulcher , J.P.,

    Parishes St Paul's Walden

    his wife, in 1278 -9, conveyed land in Walden and Kimpton to Philip del Hoo , 66 and in 1289 John de Hoo sought to recover land in Walden and Kimpton which had been taken into the king's hands by

    Parishes Wherwell with Westover

    Edred (947-55), who left the manor of Fullerton (q.v.) to Hyde Abbey ( Notes on the Parities of Fyfield , Kimpton , Penton Mewsey , Weyhill and Wherwell , 158). Kemble , Cod. Dipl . no. dccvii. V.C.H. Hants ,

    Houses of Benedictine monks Hertford Priory

    (co. Warw.) and certain tithes there and in Ulverley in Solihull (co. Warw.), 4 Cavendish (co. Suffolk ), Bibbesworth in Kimpton (co. Herts .), Epperstone (co. Notts.), and 'Torp.' The charter was confirmed between 1108 and 1123 5 by Henry

    Parishes Waresley

    1917; and Lady E. Caroline Duncombe , d. 1911. In the north aisle to Thomas Marshe, d. 1624; Elizabeth ( Kimpton ), wife of Thomas Marshe, d. 1632; Philladelphia (Johnson), wife of John Byng , d. 1685; William Needham ,

    Parishes Farnborough

    died in 1819 , leaving an only daughter, Arabella Jane , afterwards the wife of the Rev. Frederick Sullivan of Kimpton . It is uncertain who was the next holder, but from 1848 until his death in 1875 Mr. George

    Parishes Penton Mewsey

    of Agric. ( 1905 ). V.C.H. Hants , i, Geological Map. Clutterbu ck, Notes on the Parishes of Fyfield , Kimpton , Penton Mewsey , Weyhill and Wherwell , 188. Inq. p.m. 37 Edw. III , no. 15. Ct. R.

    Parishes Aldwinkle All Saints Fleetwood . Party wavy azure and or six martlets counter coloured . Chambre. Gules a cheveron between three cinqfoils or .

    John Kimpton , obtained her sister's shares in the advowson. John Kimpton desired to sell the advowson, but failing, presented Thomas Haweis, a Methodist, who was assistant chaplain at the Lock Hospital. Later, being offered £1,000 for the advowson, Kimpton

    Arundel ARUNDEL AND SOUTH STOKE c. 1875 Arundel Castle and Town in 1644 ARUNDEL c. 1785 ARUNDEL c. 1937 Arundel Castle from the east in 1737 Arundel Castle in 1789 a nd 1815 Arundel Castle In 1990 The Fitzalan Chapel of Arundel Parish Church in the late 19th century

    1876 , p. 162. A.C.M., MD 2327; cf. ibid. 2406, newspaper rep. 1860. Kimpton , Arundel ( 1893 ), 4; below, soc. and cultural activities (inns). Kimpton , Arundel ( 1893 ), [3 ] . E. V. Lucas , op.

    The hundred of Cashio Introduction

    the county was separated into two divisions. The first, called the Hertford Division, lies east of the western border of Kimpton , Ayot St. Lawrence , Ayot St. Peter, Hatfield , and North Mimms , and the second, called the

    Parishes Codicote

    22 and in 1770 their son George Poyner Bisse 23 sold the estate to Thomas Brand of the Hoo , Kimpton , from whom it has descended to the present Viscount Hampden . 24 Brand, Viscount Hampden . Azure two

    Parishes Offley

    church of Chalgrave , co. Bedford , for the souls of Robert Braybrook and Sir Nigel Loreng (for whom see Kimpton ). 127 Licence was also given for the master and chaplains of the chantry to appropriate the church, maintaining

    Parishes Thruxton

    John Rogers and Margaret Lisle , co-heir of the Lisles with her sister Agnes Philpot ( vide supra and cf. Kimpton ). Henry Rogers died in 1672 , leaving the manor in tail-male to Alexander Popham , son and heir-apparent

    Parishes Tidworth , South

    in a corner of the county having the Wiltshire border for its northern and western boundaries. To the east lies Kimpton and to the south Shipton Bellinger . The total area of the parish is 2,303 acres, nearly the whole

    Parishes Weyhill with Penton Grafton

    fairs appertaining and belonging.' Cal. S. P. Dom . 1672, p. 612. Clutterbuck, Notes on the Parishes of Fyfield , Kimpton , Penton Mewsey , Weyhill and Wherwell , 125, seq., quoting the borough records. Ibid. 128. See Andover supra

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