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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Thatcham

    crosses Midgham , and Midgham Marsh is on the Kennet River . The subsoil is Woolwich and Reading beds, London Clay , Bagshot and Bracklesham beds and alluvium. The main road from Newbury to Reading crosses the tithing. Midgham station,

    Parishes Woolhampton

    are arable, 483 under permanent grass and 47 woods and plantations. 1 It lies to the north-west of Aldermaston, between Midgham and Beenham , and the River Enborne forms part of its southern boundary. A large part of the parish

    Faircross hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Faircross

    Brimpton , Newbury , Shaw and Wasing , the greater part of Speen and the two tithings of Greenham and Midgham in Thatcham . In the hundred of 'Nachededorne' were Brightwalton , Stanford Dingley and Yattendon , while in the

    Parishes Wasing

    college or hospital of St. Nicholas de Valle beside Salisbury , and certain closes and lands both in Wasing and Midgham . 8 Sir Humphrey died in 1555 9 and his son William, who succeeded him, died in 1574 .

    Colleges Sibthorpe

    the advowson and rectory and certain other appurtenances, Thomas de Sibthorpe transferred to the Hospitallers valuable lands at Woolhampton and Midgham , Berkshire . From the entry of January 1341 recording this exchange on the Patent Rolls, we find it

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, M, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Meath, bp. of. Midgham (Mygeham) , Berks, g. 282 (44, 88). Midilton . See Middleton. Midle , Kent, g. 943 (49, 51). Midwinter , Thos., g. 733 (3). -, Wm., g. 733 (3). Migeham . See Midgham. Migeley (Migley) ,

    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    123). Medenblick (Meinblyke, Meemblic, Meidenblyke), in Holland, II. 246, 402, 500. - the dykegrave of, II. 402. Medgeham . See Midgham. Medici Cosmo De, Duke of Florence, I. 615, 688, 724, 738, 858, 891, 941 II. 60, 163. Mediterranean Sea

    Entry Book, June 1687, 21-30, 21 June 1687-29 June 1687

    heir of William Dachwood, late of London, esq., Susanna Dachwood, relict and administratrix of said William Dachwood; Thomas Brumpsted of Midgham, co. Berks, esq., and Zacheius Sedgewicke of London, esq., executors of John Breedon, late of London; and Ralph Bucknall

    Entry Book, May 1689, 21-31, 01 May 1689-31 May 1689

    (June 11). Proposal for his sureties, June 6. Warrant for taking his sureties, June 11. Sureties : Tho. Brumpsted of Midgham, Samuel Wattlington of Reading, gent. Edward Michell of Ch eltenham, co. Gloucester, gent., for Gloucester (June 11). Proposal for

    Entry Book, September 1689, 1-15, 01 September 1689-30 September 1689

    gent. Ibid . The like for Noah Starling as same for co. Berks : sureties , himself, Thomas Brumpsted of Midgham, Samuel Watlington of Reading. Ibid , p. 95. The like of Charles Duncombe as same for co. Surrey :

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John, Staines Harrison, Wm, 55 Doughtltyit Harrison, Daniel, Enfield Harman, Wm, Uxbridge Harvey, Lister, Islewasrth Hayward, Robert, Islington Hazel, John, Midgham, near Newsbury Heaton, J. H,, Edgware Hetherington, W, Hammer- smith Heldane, Wm, Lincoln's inn Helps, Bryan. Bayswvater Hesces, Jas. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    custody. MURDEROUS CRIMEiS AND SUICIDES. MARY ANN SUSAN HALL, aged twenty-three, was the only daughter of a Mr Hall, of Midgham Farm, distant about a mile from Fording- bridge, Hants, about twelve miles from Salisbury. The family are highly respectable, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    earrings ,i the ears and kid gloves on the Iands. As soon as practicable the body was re- movedl to Midgham Farm. Mr. Raikes, in reply to a question from the coroner, expressed his opinion that the deceased, when he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the murder of Mary Ann Susan Hall, the only daughter of Mr. Hall, of Midgham Farm, while on her way to church on the morning of Sunday week, took place to-day. Considerable excitement prevailed, and on being brought up from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alnam, East lisle1', brewer. --g0 J. Busbh Thatcham. innkeeper. - -o. it. Adnato, jutn Leckhampstead, farmer. __ go. W. Adnam. Midgham, lariner. -- St. R. BrIluglali. tShrewsvburv, groeer. --q . J. Davie., riltreWsbaury, flax-spinner. _-sQ. W. Lowe. Hutoerrhield olilikeeper. --2 Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Franciscus Springett, 15/6/1680

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 25337 Linked to person: Springet, Francis 1680-1703 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Springett Forename Franciscus Title Qualification BA University Oxford College Christ Church Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 15/6/1680 Office/Status Curate

    Thomas Tyrer, 23/9/1638

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 31341 Linked to person: Tyrer, Thomas 1638-1641 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Tyrer Forename Thomas Title Qualification BA University Oxford College New Inn Hall Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 23/9/1638 Office/Status

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Annual report 1881-82., 1882

    * form the first Executive Committee ; those marked t are members of Local Committees.) George Allsop , Kennetholme , Midgham , Reading tJohn Ambler ( Jeremiah Ambler and Sons), Midland Mills, Bradford Thomas Ambler , J.P., Atlas Mill, Bradford Subscribers-only content

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