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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lewknor

    and Nethercote farms. 269 After 1954 when All Souls College bought up the Nethercote estate, most of Lewknor was in the college's possession. 270 In 1959 one of their tenants farmed 457 acres (in Town, Manor , and Nethercote farms)

    Parishes Bourton-on-the-Water Bourton-on-the-Water in 1962

    the sub-manor of NETHERCOTE : Sir Simon of Nethercote occurs in 1269 and c . 1300, William of Nethercote in 1312 , Robert of Nethercote in 1311 and 1327, and Robert's son William in 1333 . 162 Nethercote does not

    Parishes Wolfhamcote

    of population are the three hamlets of Sawbridge , 11/2 miles west, Nethercote , 1 mile southwest of the church, and Flecknoe , 1/2 mile south of Nethercote . Sawbridge consists of a small group of 17th-century houses built of

    Parishes Steeple Aston Steeple Aston , 1767 Middle Aston , 1682

    of 5 hides, Middle Aston , including Nethercote , 6, and North Aston 9. 15 A suggestion that Nethercote once formed part of a 10-hide North Aston estate 16 is dubious since Nethercote was assessed at 11/8, not 1, hide.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Bruern

    charter of Henry II , and probably about 1173, the founder gave the whole of his manors of Treton and Nethercote , together with the church of Treton. 6 From that time the name of Treton and the parish church

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARTYN, Henry (c.1564-1626), of Nethercote, Wilts.

    (c.1564-1626), of Nethercote, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wilton 1586 Wootton Bassett 1604 Ofifces Held Servant of 2nd Earl of Pembroke c.1585-1601. Ofifces Held ?J.p. Wilts. from c.1592. Biography The identification of Henry Martyn poses a two-fold problem: was the Member for

    EDMONDS, Christopher (1521/22-95/96), of Lewknor, Oxon.

    the crown; in 1545 Edmonds and Sir Richard Long, apparently acting for Williams, had bought the manors of Moorcourt and Nethercote in Lewknor for £1,500. Edmonds was involved in many other transactions during the 1540s and 1550s.[footnote]Williams was also in

    JODRELL, Richard Paul (1745-1831), of Lewknor, Oxon.

    in 1783. To the Lewknor property which he inherited from his father in 1751 he added the adjoining manor of Nethercote, purchased for £8,400 in 1777.[footnote]Before the general election of 1790 he was listed by William Adam*, one of the

    BROWNING, John (c.1369-1416), of Melbury Sampford, Dorset and Leigh near Deerhurst, Glos.

    therefore, have been through inheritance that John junior came into possession of his property in Slaughter and his manor of Nethercote in Bourton-on-the-Water. The father had also acquired annual rents of £10 from tenements in the parish of St. Mary

    ANDREW, Robert II (d.1437), of Castle Eaton and Blunsdon St. Andrew, Wilts.

    Gloucestershire, with an annual fee of £4 chargeable to the manor of Chilton and an annuity of £7 11s.7d. from Nethercote, Wiltshire. In April 1421 Warwick’s countess, Elizabeth, on her way from Malmesbury to Chilton, stayed overnight at Andrew’s inn

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, N, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (Nessewyke), Rob., 20 (p. 13): g. 357 (3), 519 (21). Nethe . See Neath. Nethercote (Nedercot), Warw., [in Wolphamcote ] , 438 (3 m. 3). Nethercote , Wilts, 2537. Netherex (Nytherey), Devon, 438 (3 m. 31). Netherleigh , Glouc. [in

    Index, N, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    Rob., vol. i. 789, 1083. Nethe , castle of, Wales, 4259. Netherall , Cumb., 2147. -, als. Braydeshall, Derby, 1463. Nethercote , vol. i. 4071. Netherlands , Governess of the. See Margaret of Savoy. Nether Manor, vol. i. 3027. Nether

    Henry VIII, March 1542, 26-31, 01 March 1542-31 March 1542

    rent of 40 s . from it) within the precinct of Augustine Friars, in London; the grange and farm of Nethercote, in Stepleaston, with appurtenances in Midleaston and Stepleaston, Oxon., which belonged to Notley mon., Bucks.; the manors of Abbotts

    Henry VIII, December 1513, 01 December 1513-31 December 1513

    of the park), Moreton Valance (fee to Walter Rowdon), Whaddon, Moreton, Bradeley, Wyke, Gloucester, Raungeworth and Irenacton, in co. Glouc.; Nethercote in co. Wilts; Ribbesford (fee to Will. Haywod, bailiff), Chaddesley Corbett (fee to Sir Gilbert Talbot, steward, and Thos.

    Index of names and places, N

    Nether Exe (Netherey), co. Devon, ii. 1430. Nether Hall in Crosscanonby (Netherhall), co. Cumberland, ii. 1429. Nethercern . See Cerne. Nethercote (Nethercoat), Thomas, i. 622, 641: ii. 37, 302, 1072. Netherey . See Nether Exe. Netherlands , minister to the.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Unattached, ts be Capt. vice A L'Estrange, who exchangesh 53d Font-Ensign R. N. Phillips, to he Lient. by purcha3 vice Nethercote, who retires; J. Chester, Gent. to be Esi1gO, by purchase, vice Phillips. 58th Foot-Ensign (:. C. Master, to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ayrshire, innkeeper. Fsiday, July 16. WAR OFFICE, JSLY 16. Royal Horse Guards-Cornet P. Percival, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Nethercote, who retires; A. Y. R. Corbet, Gent. to he Cornet, by purchase, vice Percival. 3rd Dragoon Guards-Capt. J. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AfortOre.-The plaintiff is a builder and carpenter, at Danchurchl; and the defendant was for- merly tenent of a farm at Nethercote, under a gentleman named Blrockloburst, who resides at Marciesfield. Mr. Field (ia- structed by Moessre. Wratilew sort Fuller, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POPULATION. 1861. 1861. Irt'ease, Ilanbury parish . ........... 4,026 . 405 2D eilboepprish . ......... 4,1SO., 5,072 892 Grimebury and Nethercote 6C9 1 08t7 . 658 Total.8........... 1S 10,191 1,470 SISDON UNION. Bome days will elapse before the retumns for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P'eroon, agetl 22, a SITUATION 05 ANTEy), Mador Nur-esry Goveruieog. Uts derstattile Dresia- nlaking ttttd Plain Sewing.-Aplily to Mrs. Buclknill, 'Nethercote touste, Iteis Rugby. 1484 U ANTIOD, lty treecblyon 1erna SITUATION, as W Lady'sMaisl oustotbettoral.-Address, by letter, (5ARDIEN-Elt Maadr3, rited). Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Contents of the Head

    163. 861. Wiftow, P. XXXIII. 61. 862. Witton-k-Wear, P. XXXIV. 70. 863. Wixford, Exhall, &c. P. XXXI. 6. 864. Wolfhamcote, Nethercote, and Sawbridge, P. XXVIL 676. 865. Wolfingham, P. XXX. 16. Petition againft the Bill, 251.—P. XXXII. 13a 866. Wombwell, Subscribers-only content

    2 February 1757, 2 February 1757

    Freeholders " c°^' and Proprietors of Lands and Commons in the open and Inclofure. common Fields of Wolfhamcote aforefaid, and Nethercote and Saw Bridge, within the Manor aforefaid, in the faid County of Warwick, was prefented to the Houfe, and Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 November 1757

    1755. 300 y 31' Geo. II. Pari. 5. Sejf. 4. J. 1756, U 1757- ]SJAVY. Vide Seamen. Minorca. Accounts. Addrefi. Nethercote Cooimon. Vide IVolfhamcote. Newcajtle under Lyne, Petition from, 21 Dec. Vide Corn. Neivcafile upon Tyne, Petition from, for a Subscribers-only content

    Index, 15 November 1757

    9. Reported ; tobe ingroffed; ti Mar. Paffed, 14. Agreed to by the Lords, 29. Royal Affsnt, I Apr. Wolfbamcote, Nethercote, and Sawbridge, Common, Petition fora Bill to inclofe ; Bill ordeied ; 3 Feb. Prefented, and read, 14. Committed, Subscribers-only content

    An Act For Effectuating a Partition of certain Estates, in the County of Leicester, belonging to Samuel Madden, Esquire, and Catberine his Wife, and Charles Leslie the Younger, Esquire, and Ann his Wi..., 25 October 1795

    Lands, Tenements, Tythes, and Hereditaments, in Snarefton, Swepfton, Newton, .Nethercote, and Shackerftone, in the faid County of Leicefter, being Part of the Hereditaments deferibed in the Schedules to this Ad; and was alfo feifed in Fee Simple in Poffeffion of Subscribers-only content

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