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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lambourn hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundred Of Lambourn

    Lambourn hundred Introduction THE HUNDRED OF LAMBOURN Containing The Parishes Of East Garston And Lambourn The whole of these two parishes was included in the Domesday hundred of Lambourn , the assessment of which had been reduced from 73 hides

    Hospitals Lambourn

    Hospitals Lambourn 21. THE HOSPITAL OF LAMBOURN John Isbury, who died in 1485 , desired by his will to found a chantry in the parish church, in conjunction with a hospital or almshouse. His son of the same name carried

    Editorial note

    express their indebtedness to Mr. Henry C. Gooch , LL . B., J.P., for the loan of documents relating to Lambourn and to Mr. F. Quekett Louch, town clerk of Newbury , for giving access to the records in his

    Parishes Lambourn

    in 1802 , 36 and Chipping Lambourn in 1803 . 37 There are Wesleyan Methodist chapels in Lambourn and Uplambourn, and Lambourn has a Primitive Methodist chapel also. Manors The earliest mention of LAMBOURN occurs in the will of King

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Poughley

    of temporalities the annual sum of £14 19 s . 4 d . was due from lands in Belton , Lambourn , Peasemore , Speen , and Marcham , all in the archdeaconry of Berkshire , and also 9 s

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EASTBURY, John, of Blagrave in Lambourn, Berks.

    of Blagrave in Lambourn, Berks. Constituency Dates Berkshire 1391 Ofifces Held J.p. Berks. 18 May 1403-Feb. 1407. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Berks. Apr. 1404. Ofifces Held Commr. of oyer and terminer, Berks. July 1416. Biography John Eastbury, the Berkshire MP

    HILLS, Daniel (b.c.1552), of London.

    connexion, perhaps a member of the Fleetwood or Sotherton families. He was probably the Mr. Hill named to committees on Lambourn almshouses (22 Mar. 1589) and for a declaration of war on Spain (29 Mar.). Very likely he shared his

    GARRARD, William II (by 1518-58/59), of Thornhill in Cliffe Pypard, Wilts.

    by Somerset from 1548, until after the duke’s fall and its reversion to the crown. The well-connected Essex family of Lambourn, where Garrard obtained a lease of the corn tithes in June 1552, may have intervened in his favour, but

    HIDDEN (EDEN), George (c.1527-81 or later), of Hidden, Berks.

    can be traced through various later references down to 1581 and he may have been the George Hidden buried at Lambourn, Berkshire, on 8 Feb. 1600.Hidden was usually styled ‘yeoman’, a status which would tell against his identification with the

    SHAWE, John II (d.1431), of Oxford.

    St. Aldate’s church, to which he left a total of £2 6s.8d. His widow married John Eastbury (quite likely of the family from Lambourn in Berkshire) and outlived him by at least 25 years. In 1456 she sold Laurence Hall.[footnote]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Chigwell

    Loughton, two of Woodford, and two of Lambourn, shall be instructed gratis in the Latin school; in the other school, all the children of Chigwell, with the same number from Woodford, Loughton, and Lambourn, as in the other school. When

    Index, U, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 20). Upclatford . See Clatford. Upcot , Th., 438 (3 m. 24). Uphaven . See Upavon. Uplambourne . See Lambourn. Uppingham (Upyngham), Rutl., 438 (3 m. 13): g. 132 (49), 632 (47). Uppington , Salop, g. 2684 (1). Upsall

    Returns Made by Justices of Peace, 20 June 1636-30 June 1636

    statement of the ages abovementioned. Ibid., No. 78. p . Feb. 24. Hundreds of Ock, Hormer and Moreton, Wantage and Lambourn, Berks. Justices of Peace to the Council. Certificate of general conformity with directions contained in the Book of Orders. Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, March 1686, 6-10, 06 March 1686-10 March 1686

    esq.; Fran. Hyde, junr., of Pangbourn, esq.; Martin Wolloscott, of Sutton, gent.; William Young, of Whatcombe, gent.; Edwd. Moring, of Lambourn; Francis Tonstall, Peter Middleton, Roger Meynell, George Meynell, John Smythson; Ann Edesforth, widow; Robt. Maltus, Robt. Wilson, Katherine Willson.

    Notes to the diary, 1558

    rampant argent. (List by Wm. Smith, Rouge-dragon.) P. 174. Funeral of sir Thomas Essex . "In the north transept of Lambourn church is the monument of sir Thomas Essex, who died in 1558, with effigies of himself and Margaret his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Magistrate. The good man, however, preached, although in the midst of much threatening and confusion, and then walked to Lambourn, to find rest for the night.-Evening Paper. COUNTRY OVERSEERs.-A woman, with two children, and far advanced in pregnancy, applied Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and you may rest assured that Macloan's Pilts arc becoming all prevalent in this neighbouribood. I am, Sir, yours truly, Lambourn, Berks, 14th Sept., 1834. J. DAVIS. CURE OF SEVERE RHEUMATIC PAINS, &c. lo Mr A. CHARIWOOD, Norwich. Siyt,-I wish Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    upon Trent, coal dealer, [MIlne &- Ce, TLemple. DIVIDENDS. Jan. 29. W. Blunden, sen. East Peckkham, farmer.-Jan. 20. L. Hill, Lambourn, Berkshire, grocer.-Jan. 29. E. H. Roberts, Broad st. building, merchant.-Jan. 29. H. Le Mesurier and J. A. Du Buisson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St Alban's place, Haymarket, builder. [Allen and Nicole, Qseen street, Cbeapside. E. Stratton, Longcot, Berkshire, corn dealer. [Barnes, Chip- ping Lambourn, Berkshire. S. Owen. Conway, Carnarvsnshire, innkeeper. [Abbott and Co. New inn, Wych street, Strand J. Holt, Liresey, Lancashire, grocer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Anton rushed to the front, Lambourn running into the second place, Chevalier d'Industrie going on third, Strathuaver and Arsenal next. On rounding Tattenham Corner, M.D. emerged from the ruck, and showed in the third place, Lambourn at the same time Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 April 1763, 11 April 1763

    fhall think fit." (C y signified, Church to Stratford; and for repairing the Road through the Parifhes of Chigwell and Lambourn, in the " County of Effex;" to which they defire the Con¬ currence of this Houfe. The faid Three Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1763, 12 April 1763

    the faid Highway from White¬ chapel Church to Stratford; and for repairing the Road through the Pariflies of Chigwell and Lambourn in the County of EJfix." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Committees Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1763, 19 April 1763

    the faid High- way, from Whitechapel Church to Stratford; and for repairing the Road through the Parifhes of Chigwell and Lambourn, in the County of Effex." To thefe Bills the Royal Affent was pronounced, feverally, by the Clerk Affiftant, in Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1772, 14 April 1772

    and Wallingford, through Halfpenny Lane, to The Old Red Houfe upon Wan- tc tage Downs ; and from thence to Lambourn, in the " faid County of Berks;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Two Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1772, 30 April 1772

    between Reading and Wallingford, through Halfpenny Lane, to the Old Red Houfe upon Wantage Downs ; and from thence to Lambourn, in the faid County of Berks." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    George Foxton, 24/12/1786

    Surname Foxton Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 24/12/1786 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Lambourn// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/22/14 (Subscription Book 1773-89) (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment

    unknown Whiting, 0/0/1790

    Whiting Forename unknown Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1790 Office/Status Curate Location Lambourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D/1/8/4 (Curates' list 1790) (Clergy list) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment Not lic but has subscribed and Bp has

    Not given Whiting , 14/7/1789

    102688 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Whiting Forename Not given Title Rev. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 14/7/1789 Office/Status Curate Location Lambourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/51/8 (Clergy books 1789) (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barrington, Shute/Salisbury 1782- 1791 Comment

    Robert Tooke, 16/3/1778

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 159546 Linked to person: Tooke, Robert 1739-1778 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Tooke Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 16/3/1778 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    Edward Walsby, 30/9/1815

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 156359 Linked to person: Walsby, Edward 1774-1815 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Walsby Forename Edward Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 30/9/1815 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status

 

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