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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of East Meon Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of EAST MEON

    and Priors Dean were added to the hundred before 1841, 7 and the new parish of Langrish has been formed from the tithings of Langrish , Ramsdean , and Bordean. A further change was effected when the Ambershams, situated in

    Parishes East Meon East Meon Church

    received a messuage and other premises in Langrish to hold to him and his wife and their male issue. In 1489 Nicholas Langrish , aged sixteen, described as kinsman and heir of John Langrish priest, held his first court. He

    Parishes Steep

    occupiers of land in the tithings of Langrish and Froxfield in the parish of East Meon paid tithes of apples and pears to the proprietors, tenants, or farmers of the rectories of Langrish and Froxfield , and not to the

    Parishes Froxfield

    Hills, and looks down upon the hanging woods of oak, ash, and chestnut which sweep down into the vale of Langrish . Oakshott , in the extreme north-east of the parish, was formerly a tithing of East Meon , as

    Parishes Petersfield

    John Hassell . Eleven years later Richard and John sold the messuage described as being in the tenure of Browne Langrish , doctor of physic, 6 together with a great deal of other property in Petersfield , to John Jolliffe

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 January 1655-31 October 1655

    Marm. Mat., certificate of Langham , H., letter of Langhorne , John letters of Langley , Wm., minister Wm., servant Langrish , Maj. Hercules, letter of wife, & c., of Capt. Hercules, his son Cornet Lucullus, his son Langsford , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    Geo., petition of Capt. Hen. wife of Thos., petition of Col. Wm. Langhorne , Eliz. Langley , Jonathan, petition of Langrish , Charles, Lucy, and Mary, pass for Large , Capt. Larkin , Edw. letter of Lascelles , Col., letter Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 March 1702-31 May 1703

    Thomas Thomas (Holcombe) Lanfant Lange Langford , E. Langham , Sir J. Langhorne Sir W. Langlade Langley , T. Langon Langrish , Charles, letter from Langston , Brigadier-General F. Langton , George Lant , Lieut. J. T. Lantal Lany , Subscribers-only content

    Warrant Books, June 1708, 11-20, 11 June 1708-20 June 1708

    like salaries as are allowed to tidewaiters in the said precinct. Charles Langrish as landwaiter at Aberdeen loco Philip Orfeur. Philip Orfeur as riding officer loco said Langrish. Alexander Blair as warehousekeeper & Register of wool at Edinburgh at 30

    Index, L, 01 January 1735-31 December 1738

    of wool at Canterbury, 147. Lanercost abbey (Cumberland) , 86; manor, 390. Lang , William, 151. Langman , Jephtha, 411. Langrish , Charles, 629. Langston , John, 454. Langton , Joseph, Sheriff of Somerset, 118, 266. -, Juxta Horncastle, Manor

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Date: 1720 - 1720 People & Places Participant: ThomasHarrison [Harrison] Role: testator Details: male; Deceased Location: Bromfield (Cumberland) Place(s): Langrigg (Langrish) : undefined Participant: SusannahWhitwell [Whitwell] Role: executor Details: female; Wife of John Whitwell; relict and executor of the last

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has been kept on several persons suspected to be members of gangs concerned in this and other daring robberies. Inispector Langrish and Sergeant Reed last Sunday afternoon arrested William Barker in Rodney Road, Walworth, and afterwards pro- ceeded tohislodgings, where Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to add to his evidence ? Nothing further than that I conveyed the box toWoolwiCh. 'Then you confirm all that Langrish has said? Yes.- I Did you go to the defendant Norman's lodgings the fol- i lowing day ? Yes, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the other risoners ft Bis. time. I only knew Gallagher and Whitehead. fter arrest I wrote a letter to Langrish, one of the r ' took me into custody, offering to give evidence. vil The witness was cross-examined, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the public as '! thie hlemiecal friend "). London Division: Superintendent 'Villianmson} Inspectors Cavell, Keevil, Roots, ' MOvilie; ,Pegan, Littlechild, Langrish, Dowdwell, lMackie; Segeant Meredith; Police.cdnstables McIntyre, Edwards, and Burnett and Mr. Bragg, of the. Chemical Department, Woolwich Arsenal. Dnblin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    get the stamp. He could not find either of the men, and therefore at once communicated with the police. InsDictor Langrish, of the Criminal Irsvestiga. tion Department, obtained a description of the men, In consequence, accompanied by Sergeant Reader and Subscribers-only content

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