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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Broomfield Broomfield 1838

    Broomfield parish seems to have been partly or wholly in the pre- Conquest Quantock forest. 11 The names Kingslands and Kingshill indicate a royal connexion 12 and still in the 13th century there was a royal piggery ( porcheria )

    Parishes Hughenden

    to have been formed from land in Kingshill , which itself extended into two parishes, the hamlet of Great Kingshill being in Hughenden and that of Little Kingshill in Little Missenden parish. Kingshill , however, was connected manorially with Wendover

    Broomfield Manors and other estates

    Melcombe with common pasture at Oggshole. 91 In 1544 the Crown granted the Kingshill land and perhaps the rest to William Portman and Alexander Popham . 92 Kingshill formed part of an exchange between Nicholas Halswell and John Stawell in

    Stringston Manors and other estates

    a virgate of land and its tenants to Taunton priory in the mid 12th century. 57 The priory's estate, called Kingshill in 1535 , still paid chief rent to the lord of Stringston . 58 Montacute priory had some land

    Parishes Great Missenden

    de Missenden, lord of that manor, who endowed it with lands in the parish, including Potter Row (Potterewe), Ballinger (Balenger), Kingshill (Kyngeshull), Peterley, Prestwood , and Moretensend. 111 The advowson of the monastery remained in the hands of his successors.

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    1369. Kingeston , Seymour, manor of, 137. Kyngysdon , Ric., 2581. Kingsbere , Hants. See Westbere. Kingsfeld Bridge, Suss., 161. Kingshill , 1142. Kingholme , Glouc., 4235. King's Norton , Worc., 137. Kingstley , Edm. p. 1488. Kingston-upon-Hull , 364,

    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    547. Kingsclere , Hants, g. 611 (43). Kingsdown (Kyngesdowne) , Kent, g. 144 (23), 436 (14). Kingshill (Kyngyshyll) , in Stoneleigh, Warw., p. 556. Kingshill (Kyngeshill) , Jas., g. 144 (19). Kingsland (Kyngeslane) , Heref., g. 144 (2 p. 52).


    and chattels of felons, & c., farms, fee-farms and annuities, knights fees, wards, marriages, & c., & c., in Stoneley, Kingshill and Ashoe, as fully and wholly as any abbots or priors of the said late monastery had, held and

    Henry VIII, June 1542, 26-30, 01 June 1542-30 June 1542

    Soms., Templecombe preceptory, Soms., hospital of St. John , tenant John Thorne; (22) the grange and messuage of Hullinghull in Kingshill in Stoneley parish, Warw., Stoneley , tenants Ric. and John Hills, annual value 53 s . 4 d .;

    Index of places

    co. Hampshire, 275, 277. King's College , Cambridge, 139. Kingsdown , co. Kent, 54. King's Head , Abchurch Lane, 132. Kingshill , co. Warwick, 338 339. King's Place , Hackney, 202 203, 208. Kipplingcote , co. York, 126. Kirby ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bench dismissed the charge.____ ___ THE CHILD MURDER AT KINGSHILL, WEDNESBURY. The inquest upon the body of the female child found lest week in an aeli-hsle, near the Scott's A4rmls, Kingshill, Weduesbury. was resumed yesterday afternoon, before G. H. Hinchitife, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    labour. COLLIERS' MEETING AT KINGsHIL.L.-YeEterday a-neeting of colliers on strike was held in the yard adjoining the Old Barrel public-house, Kingshill, between Wedhesbury and Darlaston. The meeting was almost confined to the men in the employ of the Messrs. Lloyd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and J. Foster, 25. Heat 10, J. Wood, Walsall, 15, beat 1t. Cotton, ditto, 16. Heat h : B. Hudson, Kingshill, 14, beat F. Perry, WYalsall, 15; Heat 12: J. Burns, 12, w. o. Heat 13: J. Gale, Walsell, 18, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PirLIO ANUSHMENTEL TSEATRE ROYAL, BIRxItNGHAM.' LIS VINE VIGHTS OF THE FAMOUS TRAQIC ACEOR, BARRY BULLIVA-N, .The leading legitimate actor of the British, stage.-o2'lm, Also. Mr. J. P. CATHCART, and Miss A.NXNE bRSS, TO-NIGET (THURS1DAY). SR&KESPR&REBS . 5MERCHANT OF VENjICE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    High Street, INewport, Mon., drapers. MAt;rHA MlOORE, residing at Clarendon Street, trading at Warwick Street. Leamington, milliner. THOMAS }EDWARD. BUTLER, Kingshill, Wedneabury, t buibler and carpenter. < WILLLA.K DE&KsE, Cannock, Staffordshire. grater. HAP.HY oetluow, Glastontbiry, saddler and harness- :maker. LUKE Subscribers-only content

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