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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Marwell

    Colleges Marwell COLLEGES 31. THE COLLEGE OF MARWELL Bishop Henry de Blois ( 1129-71 ) founded a small college of secular priests in the church or chapel of Marwell Park , Owslebury , which was augmented by his successors, Bishops

    Parishes Owslebury

    the lord of Marwell . Edward VI is also said to have visited Marwell Hall , and the initials E. R. were carved in stone over the porch of the old house. Tradition of another kind makes Marwell Hall the

    Parishes Twyford

    (vide Marwell manor), and it was at once granted by Edward VI to his uncle, Sir Henry Seymour . 10 From this time until 1857 the descent of the manor of Twyford is the same as that of Marwell in

    Parishes Kilmeston

    the Bengers. Mary Skilling was the widow of Walter Skilling , of Draycott , and daughter of John Ernelay of Marwell . 10 The Ernelays had a good deal of land in Sparsholt near Romsey ; it is therefore quite

    Religious houses Introduction

    infirm and sick under their charge, but they were in the main large chantry foundations. The small country college of Marwell owed its origin to Bishop Henry de Blois ( 1129-71 ), and the later and more important one of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, July 1527, 1-10, 01 July 1527-31 July 1527

    the monastery of St. Mary the Virgin, Winc. dioc., on the election of Eliz. Schelley as abbess, vice Joan Legh. Marwell, 27 June 1527, 1 July 19 Hen. VIII. P.S. 2 July. Strype's Mem. I. Pt. ii., xiv. 3225 .

    Henry VIII, December 1527, 1-9, 01 December 1527-31 December 1527

    to Wolsey to answer any complaint, but Fox hopes Wolsey will find him what he said in his last letter. Marwell, 1 Dec. Signed . Pp . 2. Add .: To, & c., my lord cardinal of York, legate and

    Index, M

    [co. Essex ] , 155. Margate , Mergate [co. Kent ] , 462. -, vicar of. See Cardyff. Marhill , Marwell [in Winsley parish, co. Wilts ] , 51. Mariborne. See Marylebone. Marion , Elizabeth wife of Richard, daughter of Subscribers-only content

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1500-1505, 01 January 1500-31 December 1505

    towards William Bynde. Membrane 17 d . 1505. 433 Fe b. Five recognizances to the king by Thomas Troys of Marwell co. Southampton, esquire, viz . two for 50 l . each jointly with John Dawetrey of Southampton, esquire, and Subscribers-only content

    James I: Volume 27, April-June, 1607, 01 April 1607-30 June 1607

    to Arc hibald Napier of the benefit of the recusancy of Sir George Brown, of Lurgishall, Wilts, Ferdinando Poulton, of Marwell, Bucks, Charles Stanford, of Noball Hall, Warwick, Humphrey Cumberford, of Wedgbury, Stafford, and Gertrude Winter, of Huddington, Worcester. [

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNES, Richard, of Southampton.

    May 1421 Southampton 1425 Ofifces Held Keeper, Marwell park, Hants, by appointment of Bp. Beaufort of Winchester 12 Mar. 1413-d. Ofifces Held Dep. butler, Southampton 10 Dec. 1422-c.1428. Biography Thornes, whose origins are obscure, had already proved diligent in the

    SEYMOUR, Sir Henry (by 1503-78), of Marwell, Hants.

    SEYMOUR, Sir Henry (by 1503-78), of Marwell, Hants. Constituency Dates Hampshire 1547 Ofifces Held Keeper, Taunton castle, Som. by 1526-d., Bridgwater castle, Som. 1544, Marwell park, Hants by 1547-51; sewer extraordinary, the chamber by 1533; bailiff, manor of Hampstead Marshall,

    LAWRENCE, William I (1513/14-79/80), of Winchester, Hants.

    and chapter, and he bought a meadow outside the city wall from Richard Bethell.[footnote]Lawrence’s father had leased the manor of Marwell, Hampshire, from Bishops Fox, Wolsey and Gardiner between 1512 and 1535. He was succeeded as lessee by John Lawrence,

    CROMWELL, alias WILLIAMS, Richard (by 1512-44), of London; Stepney, Mdx. and Hinchingbroke, Hunts.

    Ofifces Held Servant of Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset by 1529-30; member, household of Thomas Cromwell 1530; jt. keeper, Marwell park, Hants 1533; keeper, Orwell park, Cambs. 1534; jt. (with Thomas Cromwell) constable, Berkeley castle, Glos. 1535-40, sole 1540-d.;

    BARING, Francis Thornhill (1796-1866), of 17 New Street, Spring Gardens, Mdx.

    13 July he was acquitted at Winchester sessions of the wrongful arrest and imprisonment of Thomas and Caroline Deacle of Marwell, Hampshire, a charge arising from an incident during the "Swing" riots. He had informed his wife, 24 Nov. 1830:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Wason, R, Cpllier, P.. Kemnp, T. Romiily, E. Young5 ,. Cotrius, J.~TAD-P Ilahiveny, Loid Glloal, W. 6 . ' Marwell. P. Oswdld, JP Dunlop, Caii , ophnstou; A. . Ormelie, Earl of Sjsslair, G. g:wsnc, J. Ma:nwell, Sir 3., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Low, who was confined there for protection, shot hinm dead. Low was the person who bad made the assault on Marwell, the attorney for the Hartford district, as stated in our last mail. ASSIZE INTELLIGENCE. ATrTEMPTED MuRDflEI-EXTInAoRLINARv DrEFECE.-At Stafford, on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Head Knowledge. . 7 2 Indifference ....... 80 Gena . ....... 7 2 The Speaker .......,.8 0 Dane .............,.7 2 Marwell ....... 8 0 Hibernian ............7 2 Rosina ......... 8 0 Farmer's Daughter. ....7 2 Christmas Pie ........8 0 Artless Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half a mile. Mr. Blanton's. Fasee [£20.1 ................ (Edwards) I Mr. G. Beaufort's.Mies Eleanor [Z20.] ...... (Chaloner) 2 Mr. Hughes's Marwell [£20.] *. - . . (Bray) 3 Captain Christies Marmalade [£20.]. (Sadler) 4 Won by half a length, same Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    half. 38 sUbs. age. st.lb age. st'lb. Master Bagot. 7 Tyrant ....... .. 8 Orcos .....,. 4 7...M.. wel7 10 Marwell . 4 6 8 Dunboyne ....... 0 710 Mialpeas. .......... 3 8 Daniel ....... a4 7 S Greta ..S........ Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 February 1818, 9 February 1818

    The Answer of Doctor James Hare against Hare of Qalderhall, and others, to the Appeal of Mrs. Eli¬ zabeth Isabella Marwell Nasmyth, otherwise Ryder, and others. Jury t- (Ire- Bilt. Order upon the said Respondents, or upon any of their Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1823, 18 April 1823

    having advised the Informa- " tions for all the Parties, the Lords sustain the Defences ** proponed for the Defender Marwell Hyslop, assoilzie " him from the Conclusions of the Libel, and decern; " Find the Pursuer liable to him Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1830, 2 April 1830

    goineryet al. §jr james Montgomery Baronet, and others, are Appel- f. Maxwell. Com15 of charitable lit ai. Marwell is Resspondent: It is Ordered, That the further Hearing of the said Cause be put off to Monday next. Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    22 August 1831, 22 August 1831

    said Petition do lie upon the Table; and be printed. VOL. 86. A Petition of Thomas and Caroline Deacle, of Marwell Petition of Farm, in the parish of Owselbury, in the county of Hants, Thomas and was presented, and read; Subscribers-only content

    27 September 1831, 27 September 1831

    in the Petition presented to the House on the 22d day of August last, by Thomas and Caroline Deacle, of Marwell Farm, in the vicinity of that city; that the statements made in the said Petition appear to the Petitioners Subscribers-only content

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