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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Soulbury

    that of Hoggeston (q.v.), of which manor Liscombe was directly held as late as 1594, 14 when the last mention of the overlordship occurs. In 1192 Ralt Gibwin had a knight's fee in Liscombe and Soulbury , 15 but there

    Parishes East Shefford or Little Shefford

    that year licence to hold divine service in his chapel of East Shefford . 33 In 1374 William Lovet of Liscombe (co. Buckingham ) and Alice his wife, in whose right it appears to have been held, granted it to

    Boxworth Manors

    died without issue, the fee simple was inherited by 1374 by William's sister Alice, who married William Lovett 77 of Liscombe in Soulbury (Bucks.), owner by 1388 78 and still in 1408 . 79 Lovett's son Roger 80 held Overhall

    Parishes Swanbourne

    Butchers' Company, and an inscription to the said Thomas, 'Who in prime of youth by bloudy theves was slain, In Liscombe ground his bloud ye grass did staine.' The chancel also contains several modern wall tablets to members of the

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    another), 10 Jonathan, 64-5 Kettleby, see Reeve Liscombe , vicar of Downton , archdeacon of Salisbury , 48, 51 Maria, m. Jos. Nowlson, 10 Martha, m. Wm. Batt, 64 Mary, w. of Liscombe , 51 Ric, 154 Thos. (fl. c

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 G. Davies, Troedyrhiw, Newp st ... 2 2 0 W. A. Baker, Eaq, Newpoit ... 2 0 0 J, Liscombe, Esq., Newport ... 1 1 0 0. Jones, Eeq., Ty Mawr, HIly- head ... I0 0 W. Rosser, Esq., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It alzo announces, at tt~ M I-cstV has cotferred the dignity of a Baronet Otn Sir JuWt itan Lovett, of Liscombe -louse, Backing- hanish~re - BANKP-UPTCIES ENLARGED. c Tuppe', mhon, Kent, shopkeeper, from Sept, 6, to Oc-. 16, at ten, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I r CHARGE AGAINST A GoLIsIrn'a.-At the Mansion-house, on Wed- nesday, Mr Liscombe, of Park-place terrace, Paddington, applied for a summons against Mr Burchett, a goldsmith, in Cheapside, whom he charged with having sold a Swiss watch, which went badly, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A COiVICT Pr MNPrrrs \\'rAtDii.-Drartmoutlh corrvict erison waas on Tuesdry evening the sceno of a inurrrisrors rssrurnlIterr rr warrrr riried Liscombe, waillrc it was fonred woilul enrl fatally. ruscosrib Wars collecting tile tools in tire shoemrikers' shoa wairen a eorrvict Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Sa ddllewos tbt. On Weilnesdlay weel; lins comotuitted Ito ¢xe- ter gaol by the Rev. Edward Il Iitonds, Tihotias Liscombe, labourer, charged vith tile Milfal 1tLr- der of Margaret Huxtable, at Dsdbrooke, a child about nine years of age, Subscribers-only content

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