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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Hayles

    the manor of Great Wormington in Gloucestershire . 29 In 1324 Hugh Despenser granted the advowsons of the churches of Longborough and Rodborne, 30 and the abbot and convent saw an opportunity to add to their revenues. In 1325 they

    Parishes Condicote

    in 1694 to Jeremiah Jaques , a mason of Longborough . After further sales and mortgages Nunheys was acquired by John Scott , of Banks Fee in the adjoining parish of Longborough , in 1776 . In 1769 Scott had

    College Westbury -on-Trym

    Goodringhill, Wormington , Turkdean , Foxcote , Dowdeswell, and Elmstree in Gloucestershire ; Astley , Shelve , Monehills, Greveley and Longborough in Worcestershire ; Bereford in Warwickshire ; Aston Tirrold and North Morton in Berkshire ; rents in Bristol ,

    Parishes Evenlode

    Barker by will, 1700, left 10 s . yearly for the poor, issuing out of land known as Caswells in Longborough , county of Gloucester . Poor's Allotment. -Upon the inclosure of the parish in 1765 an allotment of 5

    Townships Eccleston

    Shotwell brook to the Noter brook, and from Noter brook, by the divisions of Windle to the Longborough , and so from Longborough to the head of Cattshaw green, and so by a line to the Whitlow carrs, and from

  • * British History Online * *

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    The trial of Strafford, The twenty-seventh article

    Lord Lieutenant-General of His Majesty's Army, by His Majesty's Command, sent forth Warrants to the Constable of this Wapentake of Longborough, for Collecting and Paying the Soldiers of my Regiment, Six Weeks Pay, to be delivered from my Hands, which

    Charles I - volume 402, November 15-30, 1638, 15 November 1638-30 November 1638

    W. Cant." November 26 th , 1638. [ p . ] Nov. 26. 55. Petition of Dame Elizabeth Leigh, of Longborough, co. Gloucester, widow, to the same. Petitioner has been lately served into the High Commission Court, and appearing on Subscribers-only content

    Imperfect Cases

    Wilts 32 10 Roger Fielding, Horton, co. Gloucester 32 5 John Guy, Ripon, co. York 32 5 Lady Eliz. Leigh, Longborough, co. Gloucester 32 5 Rich. Lobb, Mylor, Cornwall 32 6 Roger Mills, merchant of London 32 6 24 March. Subscribers-only content

    Letters and Papers, December 1539, 6-10, 01 December 1539-31 December 1539

    (Bulbytche's, Gaye's, Impett's, Fordred's Longley's, Mounte's and Bellynge's kilns), Robt. Chese's kiln of Brydge, the King's kiln of Postlyng in Longborough hundred, Ingram Wollett's kiln of Elkham , and Kyrkman's kiln (Thos. Denne's) from the half hundred of Wyngham, in

    Index, L, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    , Yorks., I. g. 226 (66). Langar , John, rector of Stoke, I. g. 623 (14). Langborowe , Glouc. See Longborough. Langbrydy . See Bredy. Langdon , Nich., master of the hospital of poor priests, at Canterbury, II. 260. La

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEIGH, Rowland (d. by 17 June 1603), of Longborough, Glos.

    17 June 1603), of Longborough, Glos. Constituency Dates Cricklade 1584 Biography The son of one lord mayor of London, Rowland Leigh owed his baptismal name and the bulk of his fortune to another, his mother’s uncle Sir Rowland Hill. On

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r ...ferred,-Apply, 77, Whitehead Road ci 7 ('1 ROOM or Roughrider, well up hunters. Character three years.- q-.X George Newman, Longborough, hfortine-in-Marcsh. ol2lO 0 (NOOM-Wanted, a Situation, by a6 young, Man, aged 17.-'Arnly, _X Mr. Lowe, Stationer, Shiffnal c4?80p t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of age. Freestho countr~te -G .Xferred.-Apply, 77, Whitehead Roiss. 06P7 YDROOIrfaorRoirghrlder, well op hunters. Character three ydars.- Y er Newman. Longborough, Msrtonewi-stMarah. c4249 COO 0M.-Wossted, a, Situtation, by. a young Mlan, aged 17.-Apply, tX Mr. Lowe, Stationer, Shaff nal.4 079 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    16.-Apply, Fruit Sho 20 G0 1itrChor 1 adAston. c6941 J ROMo Roughrider, wall uip bunters. Character three years,- G egoNewman, Longborough, Mortond-in-lfarah. c4249 J G 1ROOM, Gardener Wanted ; good character; married.-Simeon " Partrige, 28, Pinfold Strcet, Dirarstotn. 06614i (NROOM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    b), aged Little Jerry Snagg, 6 yrs Wild Chieftain MORETON-IN-MARSH STEEPLECHASES. PROGRAMME FOR THIS DAY (THURSDAY). The SOCIAL HUNT STEErLECUABE. Longborough, 6 yrs The Swallow (h b), aged Miss Hercules, aged Capaicum, aged Miss Port, 6 yrs Worcester Lass (h Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. B. Gabriel. The curacy of Hopton, Hereford, has become vacant; it is worth £100. a year. The vicarage of Longborough and Season- cote, near Moreton-in-the.Marsh, Gloucestershire, has become vacant by the death of the Rev. Archibald Charles Eenry Morrison, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 April 1794, 4 April 1794

    Common rough £«ck- « Meadows and Paftures, Commonable and Wafte fure BilL " Lands, within the Manor and Parifh of Longborough, i " in the County of Gloucefler" Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1794, 9 April 1794

    enclofmg the Open Fields, Common " Meadows and Paftures, Commonable and Walle " Lands, within the Manor and Parifh of Longborough " in the County of Gloucefter," was committed : " That " they had confidered the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1794, 10 April 1794

    enclofing the Open Fields, Common " Meadows, and Paftures, Commonable and Wafte " Lands, within the Manor and Parifh of Longborough, " in the County of Gloucefier" The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill, with " the Amendment, fhall Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1794, 14 April 1794

    enclofing the Open Fields, Common Meadows, and " Paftures, Commonable and Wade Lands, within " the Manor and Parifh of Longborough in the County " of Gloucefier;" and to acquaint this Houfe, That they have agreed to their Lordfhips Amendment Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1794, 17 April 1794

    and enclofing the Open Fields, Common Meadows and Paftures, Common¬ able and Walle Lands, within the Manor and Parifh of Longborough, in the County of Gloucester-" 28. " An Aft for dividing and enclofing the Com¬ mon Fields, Half-year Lands, Subscribers-only content

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