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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westonbirt with Lasborough Economic history

    the Bowldown farmer had access to a pool in Lasborough park for washing his sheep. 74 No evidence of open fields in Lasborough has been found and in the valley Lasborough park was inclosed shortly before 1612. 75 Piecemeal inclosure

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Charities for the poor

    with Lasborough Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. An acre of land in Sherston ( Wilts .) given to maintain a light in Westonbirt church was sold by the Crown in 1553 . From 1548 the rent of

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Introduction

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Introduction WESTONBIRT WITH LASBOROUGH The rural parish of Westonbirt with Lasborough lies 3 miles south-west of Tetbury . Lasborough , formerly a separate parish, had become depopulated by the late 14th century and by the mid 17th

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Manors and other estates

    then descended with Westonbirt until 1927 when the estate was split up. 24 Lasborough park, including the old manor-house called Lasborough Farm and the house called Lasborough Park built in Newington Bagpath for Edmund Estcourt in the 1790s , 25

    List of illustrations Local government

    In 1868 David Kitcat , rector of Lasborough , became rector of the united benefice of Westonbirt with Lasborough . 2 In 1974 the rector also acted as chaplain to Westonbirt School . Lasborough had a priest, and therefore presumably

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L

    Dixton, Monm. ] , 453. Larder , Thomas, 293. Larges , Largis [in Little Saxham ] , Suff., manor, 521. Lasborough , Lasseburgh, Glos., manor, 260. Lascy. See Lacy. Lasyngby. See Lazonby. Latchingdon , Lachendon, Lachyngdon, Essex, 759. -, manor, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1543, 26-31, 01 August 1543-31 August 1543

    in tenure of Thos. Dawes in Adlaughton in Buckenell parish, Heref., which belonged to Wigmore mon.; lands in Westcoote beside Lasborough, Bagpath (beside Lokes Grove) and Calcote (at Popethorne), Glouc., leased to John Huntley, which belonged to Braddenstoke mon., Wilts.;

    Index, L, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    serve England, II. App. 15. - -, his offer, II. 541. -, -, information furnished by, I. 662 ii., 663. Lasborough , Glouc., II. g. 107 (8). Laslynge , W., II. 546 (p. 307). Lassells or Lasselles Chr., I. 649

    Index, L, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    928), 2172. Larrance . See Lawrence. Larstokke . See Laverstock. La Ryve , Jean de, French prisoner, 2172: p. 928. Lasborough (Lasborowe), Glouc., 438 (4 m. 3). La Scala . See Castel della Scala. Lascarde , Cornw. See Liskearde. Lascarina

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H67i. Pottemes Park forms a connecting link between the Pottenne Manor and Eaisteitan estatee, and ala adjoins the Cadley and Lasborough Farms, Particulars, with a plan, rosy be had of Meeting. Maok. Jackson, and Lush, Souiicitore. D~vizes; at the gerinclpal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jacob, of 23, Ely Place, Dublin. January 4, the Rev. Wnm. Innes Baker. Rooter of Hey- ford Warren, Oxfordshire, and Lasborough, Gloucester- shire; aged 80 years. December 31, at St. James's Square, Bath, at an ad- raneed age, Hnrriet Anne, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lion, olt FRIDAY.. . Habury Forc(, SATURuDAY .Hundred Hous At 11. The Duke of Beaufort's Hounds. MONDAY . . . Lasborough Lo TUESDAY ,.,,., Biddestone. WEDNESDAY .. LynelaSm Green FRIDAY ... LowerWoeds. SATURDAY. . . Salatation Qate At 11. Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    het The Dukle of Beaufort's Hounds. T. MONDAY .Newntou Lodice. Sr. TUESDAY .Alderloy. h' V -WEDZNESDAY .Lynahamr (4reon. a- FRIDAY .Lasborough L(rclgc se, SATURDAY .Burton Villacg. ne At I t. ag Lord Rothaebild's Hounds. in MONDAY .Duntor. til TnURSDAY . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Rev. F. Goddard; patron, J. Neeld, The Rev. David litcat, A.M., has been instituted to the rectory of Lasborough, in the diocese of Gloucester r and Bristol, vacant by the death of the Rev. W. J. Baker patron, Subscribers-only content

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