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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashchurch

    with only Natton having a much smaller number than the rest. 78 The relative nu mbers contrasted with the apportionment of the tallage in 1205 , when Pamington was assessed at more than Northway , Fiddington , and Natton put

    Tewkesbury hundred Upper division The hundred of Tewkesbury (upper division), 1845 Area around Moreton-in-Marsh , 1962

    geld and royal service at Tewkesbury and Southwick , Tredington , Walton Cardiff , Aston on Carrant , Fiddington , Natton , and Pamington , the last four apparently being the constituent parts of the later parish of Ashchurch .

    Gloucester Aldermen, 1483-1835

    ( 1503 ) Thos. Tayloe clothier 21 d. 1531 ( 1503 ) Thos. Lane d. 1504 ( 1503 ) John Natton mercer 22 d. 1519 ( 1503 ) David Vaughan merchant 23 d. 1504 1504 Wm. Goldsmith (or Smith) goldsmith

    The borough of Tewkesbury Churches

    in position. The furniture included a 17th-century communion table, an early 18thcentury table from the Seventh- Day Baptist chapel at Natton , in Ashchurch , 190 a brass chandelier, and an 18th-century pulpit of painted oak. The chapel is reputed

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Tewkesbury

    of the priory of Tewkesbury consisted of lands at Stanway , Toddington , Lemington , Great Washbourn , Fiddington , Natton , and Stanley Pontlarge . 4 It has been conjectured that some of these possessions were the gift of

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, November 1546, 21-30, 01 November 1546-30 November 1546

    in Natton, the chief messuage of Natton, a close, and pasture for 120 sheep and 28 cattle at le Penne, in tenure of John Mundye and Eliz. his wife in Natton, and all other lands of Tewkysbury mon. in Natton,

    Index, N, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    22). Nackington (Natindon), Kent, 438 (2 m. 8). Nacton . See Natton. Nafferton (Nofferton, Naferton, Naffurton), Nthld., 438 (2 m. 13), 438 (3 m. 2). Nafferton (Nawferton, Nauffarton), Yorks, 391, 438 (3 m. 11). Nafford (Narford), Worc., 438 (2 m.

    Index, N, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Prince of Orange, 876. Nasshe mill , in Abbots Langley, Herts, g. 733 (53). Nassington , Ntht., g. 144 (2). Natton , Wilts, g. 942 (110). Natures , Dr., 382. -, Humph., p. 549. Natyngdon . See Nackington. Naufbourg .

    Index, N, O, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    See Or ange, Prince of. Nasse. See Naas., Rene de. See Orange, Prince of. Nateby , Westmld., I. 498 (2). Natton , John, II. g. 1311 (28). Nauntvaye , in Wales, I. g. 311 (46). Navan (the) , in Ireland,

    Henry VIII, September 1544, 26-30, 01 September 1544-30 September 1544

    le Stansshard and le Fludyates beside Avenham) in tenure of John Bradborne, and tithes of Tewkysburye rectory in Aischechurche, Newton, Natton, Fydington, Aston super Carraunte, Northey, Walton Cardyff. Tredington. Southwike, Guppeshull. Pammyngton, and Oxendon, Glouc, in tenure of Wm. Rede,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £25 0 WOBR Carcharor wedi dianc o Garchar Dolgellau.. Am 7 o'r gloeh, nos Wener, y 26ain cyfiso1A~arfn i garcharor o'r enw David Evans, yr hiwn a ddedfryd-. wyd yn y brawdlys chwarterol diweddaf a gynhal- iwyd yn Nolgellau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a picascrable Oxicratien. Sofitit itlIalf pints, at 4s.6dI., siupinto. 8s.6Si. acmli Tue genisnie is solytilte Prt)Ieors RtRO LINUD andtiSON5, 20, Natton Garden, anti by iost ripceals c Perfenters and Metdicine Venders; cans Genehie Beitlc bus . thle Nauna and Addrcss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road, and the defendant is a licensed victualler and landlord of the Rose public-ihosseat the corner of Hatton garden and Natton wall. The action was brought to recover hi. for a certain illumination of lamps on the 28th of June, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to dissuade hcr from going so far on account of the unseasonableness of the weather;- and he added, ' Mr Natton, by reason of his great sickness is minded to go to the Spa, for the better recovery of his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ehle ROWLAND'S genuine article are these words, in twoa MACASSAR OIL. fines. I Sold by A. ROWLAND and SONS, 20 Natton garden, London t and by all Chemists and Perfumers. ON NERVoUS AND GENERATIVE DISEASES. Just published, the Thirtieth Thousand, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Gulielmi ffoster, 20/10/1662

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname ffoster Forename Gulielmi Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 20/10/1662 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Natton// OTHER INFORMATION Source NRO, DN/REG/19:26 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Reynolds, Edward/Norwich 1661- 1676 Comment

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