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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Milbourne 's almshouses

    Hospitals Milbourne 's almshouses 29. MILBOURNE'S ALMSHOUSES The foundation of Sir John Milbourne resembled Whittington 's Hospital in some ways. The almshouses were built in 1535 1 on land bought by Milbourne of the Crossed Friars, and were intended for

    Parishes Malmesbury

    in Milbourne or Whitchurch is not clear. 433 Lands south of Milbourne village were said in 1756 to have been recently inclosed. 434 Lot meadow and Milbourne common were inclosed in 1792 under an Act of 1790; allotments in Milbourne

    Introduction

    specified part of the purlieus: in Malmesbury hundred Oaksey , Crudwell , Hankerton , Cloatley , Brokenborough , Charlton , Milbourne , Garsdon , Lea , Cleverton , Little Somerford , and Brinkworth received allotments, those for Brinkworth , Charlton

    The religious houses of London Introduction

    time of Henry III , Whittington 's Hospital and the Pappey, foundations of the fifteenth, and the Savoy Hospital and Milbourne 's Almshouses of the sixteenth century. A community of priests in Dowgate known as Jesus Commons might also be

    Parishes Honiley

    Edward, Thomas, and Francis Hill , tenants of the manor, presented in 1574 , 71 and about 1650, when Luke Milbourne was perpetual curate here, the patronage appears to have been in the hands of the Burgoynes. 72 The advowson

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. St. Anthonies.

    as appeareth by an Indenture Tripartite, made between the said John Tate , the Dean of Windsor , and William Milbourne Chamberlain. Walter Champion , Draper, one of the Sheriffs of London , 1529 . was buried there, and gave

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOWELL, John, of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    obtained a royal licence to grant, inter alia, the reversion of a messuage, four tofts and some land in Malmesbury and the nearby hamlet of Milbourne, held by him and his wife for term of their lives, to Malmesbury abbey.[footnote]

    FELTON, Sir John (c.1339-1396), of Edlingham, Northumb.

    by then also acquired the manors of West Matfen, Heddon and Buteland, together with extensive holdings in Nafferton, Lemington, Lorbottle, Milbourne, Whittingham and Thirston in Northumberland, the vill of Medomsley and the neighbouring manor of Hamsterley in the palatinate of

    KING, Matthew (by 1520-66 or later), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    on lands worth £20 in 1560. At the end of Henry VIII’s reign King acquired property in Burton, Brokenborough, Malmesbury, Milbourne and Thornhill, and in 1552 he received the manor of Througham, Gloucestershire, with lands there and at Bisley, from

    LONG, Robert (d.1447), of South Wraxall, Wilts.

    fellow feoffees are often found helping one another in their own private affairs. Thus Long served as a feoffee for Milbourne, and in 1431 he and Trewebody (then Lord Hungerford’s steward of the manor of Chippenham), came to the assistance

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prevail on the Rev. Dr-, (celebrated for his eccentricities and attachment to Peterhouse), to ride from St Mary's' church to Milbourne, eight miles distant, upon a man's back, in two hours, allowing a fresh man every half.mile. This offer being Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UNITED PARLIAMENT. HOUSE OF LORDS. Monday, July 18. The Archbishop of CANTERBURY moved the second reading of the tithes composition bill; which would enable the incumbent, and two-thirds of the owners of lands subject to tithesto enter into a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The house met, and received a petition from Milbourne Part against the importation of foreign gloves. Their lordships then adjourned till Thursday. Thursday, Jan. 19. The Earl of ABEErEEN called the attention of the house to the fact, that no Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his death he was the oldest Catholic member of the Rouse of Commons, as Mi Shell was not returned for Milbourne Port until 1831, and Mr Wyse, first returned for Tipperary in 1880, is Ibnt now an M.P. MR WILLAa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Sheil a new and more extended sphere of action; he was returned to Parliament for Lord Anglesey's borough of Milbourne Port, and soon became one of the favourate orators of the House. At first there was some dis- position Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 April 1756, 28 April 1756

    White Sheet Hill in the Parifh of Donhead Saint Andrew in the County of Wilts, through the Towns of Shaftesbury, Milbourne Port, and Sherborne, in the Counties of Dorfet and Somerfet, to The Half¬ way Houfe in the Parifli of Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1756, 27 May 1756

    White Sheet Hill in the Parifh of Donehead Saint Andrew in the County of Wilts, through the Towns of Shaftejbury, Milbourne Port, and Sherborne, in the Counties of Dorfet and Somerfet, to The Half-way Hoiife in the Parifh of Ne¬ Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1821, 7 May 1821

    Roads Bill. Great Book- ham Allot¬ ment Bill. Milbourne Inclosure Bill. Courts of Admiralty (Scotland) Bill. Gaol Fees Abolition (Ireland) Bill. Court of Ses¬ sion Bill. Court of Chancery (Ireland) Bill. Foston 7°-8° Mail " Bedford, to the Pondyards, in Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    5 Geo. IV. 25° Junii. 645 (C ** City of Coventry and Warwick in Warwickshire; the " Cities of Canterbury and Rochester ¦• Huntingdon in " Huntingdonshire; Bodmin, Launceston, Truro and * Helston, in Cornwall; the City of Winchester, Subscribers-only content

    A General Index to the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons, 1697-1713

    484. xvi. 18-. in. °3- "07. 622. 662 Mricomb Regis, Sec Wey- mouth. Michael, St. — — Midhurft; — — Milbourne Port; XV. iO. 211. xii. 350. XVI. 419. XIII. 652. XIII. 748. xiv. 8. 10. XV. 23. IfcD£_r, Vol. Subscribers-only content

 

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