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You searched for: Place: Monkton, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nun Monkton

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nun Monkton 16. THE PRIORY OF NUN MONKTON This house appears from a confirmation by Archbishop Henry Murdac ( 1147-53 ), 1 to have been founded in the reign of Stephen by William de

    Stogursey Local government Borough Seal of Stogursey

    and Idson, Durborough, Knighton , Monkton , Shurton , Stolford , Whitewick, and Wick . 56 Land tax was assessed in five units: Borough, Cock and Idson, covering the whole eastern part of the parish, Monkton , Shurton , and,

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Davington

    was forsaken and extinct. The prioress and convent owned the manor of Fishbourne , two parts of the manor of Monkton , the advowsons and rectories of Davington and ' Stanger ,' the rectory and advowson of the vicarage of

    Parishes Broughton Gifford

    Monkton passed to his son Edward and later to another son John, at whose death in 1654 it descended to John's son Thomas. 131 In 1670 Thomas Long conveyed to Sir James Thynne a messuage and other tenements in

    Parishes Little Marlow LITTLE MARLOW

    Harper's Heath and Handy Cross , while the right leads to Monkton Farm , a building with an old wing of three gables, which probably marks the site of Monkton Manor . Among place-names occur those of Lachenes Croft ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAYLY, Henry (b.c.1564), of Lincoln's Inn, London; later of Monkton, nr. Chippenham, Wilts.

    Lincoln's Inn, London; later of Monkton, nr. Chippenham, Wilts. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 1586 Malmesbury 1589 Ofifces Held ?Burgess, Chippenham 1629, bailiff 1630. Biography Bayly was related to several Wiltshire parliamentary families and was probably returned for Malmesbury as being a

    POPHAM, Alexander (1729-1810), of Monkton, Som. and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx.

    (1729-1810), of Monkton, Som. and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx. Constituency Dates Taunton 1768 131774 Taunton 16 Mar. 1775 131780 Taunton 1784 131796 Ofifces Held Auditor of north parts, duchy of Lancaster Apr. 1782-July 1810; commr. of taxes 1783-4; bencher, M.

    WEBBE, George (by 1509-56), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Fordwich and a tenement and lands in the parish of Monkton; after her death the house at Fordwich was to go to his son Anthony and the land in Monkton to be equally divided between two other sons, both named

    BAYLY, William (d.1613), of Chippenham, Wilts.

    Held Under-sheriff, Wilts. 1579-80. Biography Bayly acquired lands in Allington and Monkton near Chippenham, and leased the Bull in the borough itself from the Earl of Hertford. At an unknown date he made a gift of £10 to the corporation.

    OWEN, Wirriot (c.1681-1713), of Nash, Pemb.

    many . . . regulations expected’. Harley rebuffed this request, and in June 1711 a similar letter met with no greater success. Owen died in 1713, and was buried at Monkton, Pembrokeshire. He was succeeded by his younger brother Charles.[footnote]

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