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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges St Peter & St Paul , Heytesbury

    Deverill , Horningsham , and Tytherington , and the more distant church of Swallowcliffe . A fifth chapel, that of Knook , was and still is dependent on Heytesbury , but did not give its name to a prebend. William

    Poor parishes of 1428

    Somerford Keynes , Glos.) Damerham 4 Tidpit (in Martin , Hants ) Dole 5 Rolleston Dunworth Chicklade Heytesbury Ansty (in Knook ) Kingsbridge Corton (in Hilmarton ) Kinwardstone Chisbury (in Little Bedwyn ) " Easton Melksham Whaddon (in Semington )

    Fifteenths and tenths, 1334

    Landford 66 8 Whelpley (in Whiteparish ) 44 0 Heytesbury Hundred 958 s . s . d . Ansty (in Knook ) 8 0 Ashton Gifford (in Codford St. Peter) 36 0 Bathampton (in Steeple Langford ) 53 4 Baycliff

    Poll-Tax payers of 1377

    ) 63 /37/58 ** Whiteparish 10 /37/62 Heytesbury Hundred **Addeston (in Maddington ) 27 82 E 179/196/37/43 ** Ansty (in Knook ) 9 /37/32 ** Ashton Giffard (in Codford St. Peter) 28 /37/35 ** Baycliff (in Horningsham ) 9 /37/22

    Agriculture 1793-1870

    pressure, but the emigration was often noticed 40 or more years after inclosure ( Longbridge Deverill 1831, West Knoyle 1851, Knook 1871). General agricultural depression (Bishop's Cannings 1851), scarcity of agricultural employment ( Berwick St. James , Donhead St. Andrew

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAMBERT, William.

    in conveyances in Wiltshire in 1529-30 but he seems not to have been the William Lambert who established himself at Knook, near Heytesbury: this namesake was dead by November 1555, leaving a widow Joan, whereas about the same time William

    ROGER, John I (d.1441), of Bridport and Bryanston, Dorset.

    few years he increased his holdings still further to include the manors of Sutton Waldron (Dorset) and Upton Lovell and Knook (Wiltshire). It was for his sons, both named John, that he acquired land in Berkshire at Benham Valence and

    CALSTON, Thomas (c.1361-1418), of Littlecote, Wilts.

    Martin†, whose estates were partitioned between him and Henry Popham* of Popham. Calston’s share comprised the manors of Upton Lovell, Knook, Wardour and Knighton in Wiltshire, Brockhampton in Havant, Hampshire, and Sutton Waldron, Dorset. He seems, however, to have subsequently

    ASHE, Edward (c.1673-1748), of Heytesbury, Wilts.

    1744, leaving his wife Frances an annuity of £500 together with a life interest in the rental of Heytesbury and Knook parsonages, Wiltshire, leased by him since 1710. Bequests of £40 were made to the poor of the three parishes

    BIRD, John (d.c.1445), of Marlborough, Wilts.

    accumulating property in Wiltshire on his own account. In 1419, in partnership with Richard Harden†, he had bought land in Knook, Manningford Bohun, and elsewhere; by 1428 he had holdings in the north-west of the county at Kington Langley and

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Williams, 29/8/1795

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 29/8/1795 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Knook// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment

    Lewis Jones, 7/7/1789

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jones Forename Lewis Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 7/7/1789 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Knook// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment

    Lewis Jones, 19/1/1779

    Forename Lewis Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 19/1/1779 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Knook// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment Patron Details PATRON

    Henry Williams, 7/7/1789

    Williams Forename Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 7/7/1789 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Knook// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment Patron Details PATRON

    David Williams, 29/8/1795

    Williams Forename David Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 29/8/1795 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Knook// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D5/1/2 (Institution Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Salisbury, dean of/Salisbury 0- 0 Comment Patron Details PATRON

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE EXAMINER. NOTICE. Thefollowing Portraits have a,#eared in the EXAMINER, and the papers containing them will be forwarded on reed.pt of P. O. for 12S. 6d.:- I. Professor DARWIN. 13. Professor OWEN. 2. ALFRED TENNYSON. 14 Mr. HERBERT SPENCER. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monthly, price Half-a-Crown n THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW. CONTENTS FOR SrPTEMBER, The Unity of Nature. By the Duke of Argyll. I-What it Is, and what it Is Not. Heinrich Heine. By Charles Grant. The Future'of the Canadian Dominion. By George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 1JBLI A2MUEJITS.- . 11EATR BROYAL, BIRMINGHAM. eto beautifully 'Decorated by MIr, J. Taylor Five Ways, LAST SIX NIGHTS. t 7 SD the enormously su coossful Play, received eadb eyenlng with Allst enthusie s, eUtitled ~ groaO~t e YOUTH," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    however, is cii excell en t aiaiarniil, of good qualityr. The third prize -is awardeil to Sir. Il. Jeffery, of Knook, Bath. The 1101fare sire onfv focar iii number, and thiree of them iire very good inileil, especially thin first-prize Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sutton, but his ateer does not show so nuolr quality as the third prize seimimi], belongn to Sr. ,Teffreysi, of Knook, . lptoiu Lelol.e Fo eitfr brher ifjesjty takes the oslt jsrize, with a tree, sihnsouie tbreo-yesr-old, which iaell deserves Subscribers-only content

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