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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction Westbury-on-Severn and Churcham area c. 1965

    row of cottages there was pulled down c . 1948. 91 The tithings of Lower Ley and Upper Ley (formerly Netherley and Overley ) form the northeastern part of the parish; they consist of scattered farms with only a few

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction

    estate which was later known as the manor of LEY , and from the 16th century as the manor of NETHERLEY ; Walter's heirs were Rose , the wife of John Raleigh , her sister Eva, and John, son of

    Townships Tarbock

    The south-western boundary of Tarbock is formed principally by the old course of the Ditton Brook and its affluent the Netherley Brook. The northern boundary is in a great measure formed by two little brooks which divide it from Whiston

    Parishes Chalton

    per annum, 2 and is included in subsequent extents of the manor. Only a few place-names survive in Chalton . Netherley Farm Buildings, west of South Lane , mark the site of copyhold land called 'Netheley,' parcel of the manor

    Townships Colne

    Lanc. Plea R. 142, m. 10 d. Nicholas Marsden was in possession in 1537 ; he also owned Priestfield , Netherley and Hatherald (Haverholt); Farrer, Clitheroe Ct. R . i, 272, 311, 321, & c. The name of the house

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, N, O, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    , Robert Nether Chishall , co. Essex Netherlands , the, passim , and see Holland. English churches in, proposition concerning Netherley , co. Hereford Nethersole , Sir Francis letters of letters to Lady Nettleham House , co. Lincoln Neve , Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O

    Irish surname, q. v . Nerbonne. See Narbonne. Netham , Hants, g. 202 (37). Netherdayll. See Nidderdale. Nethereldon. See Eldon. Netherley , Glouc., g. 202 (10). Nethersall. See Nedersoll. Netherwaloppe. See Wallop (Nether). Netlam. See Nettleham. Netley (Letley), Hants, g.

    Charles I - volume 174, October, 1630, 01 October 1630-31 October 1630

    of a similar petition from the same, that justice might be done for the murder of John Rogers, late of Netherley, co. Hereford, whereof George Shepherd who had fled was suspected. [ Written on the same paper as the preceding Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, July 1538, 26-31, 26 July 1536-31 July 1536

    and Wormeton Tirell, Heref., and messuages, lands, & c., in Hereford, Dorston, Dewchurch, Deweswall and Moraston, Heref., Lassington alias Lastington, Netherley and Eggeworth, Glouc., lately belonging to Sir John Skydmore alias Scudamore, which came to the King's hands by an

    Index, L, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    i. g. 149 (39). Leigh , Wilts, ii. g. 476 (4). Leigh , Canons-. See Canons Leigh. Leigh , Nether- (Netherley), Glouc., ii. 436. Leigh , North- (Northelighe), Kent, i. g. 1383 (57). Leigh , Over- (Overley), Glouc., ii. 436.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREYNDORE, Robert (d.1443), of Clearwell castle in Newland, Glos.

    Greyndores neglected to pay the 50s. relief due to the lord at Joan’s inheritance. Greyndore also held the manor of Netherley in Westbury-on-Severn (Gloucestershire), which he possibly acquired through purchase. At the time of his death his landed holdings were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 29th ult., at Birkenhead, the wife of W. Jackson, Esq., M P., of a daughter-On tite 22nd nlt., at Netherley house, N.B., the lion. Mrs E. Petre, of a son and heir-On the 28th ult., the wife of Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is the fifth son of Mr Horatio Ross, of Netherley, whose fine rifle shooting at Stonehaven and Portlethen was lately recorded. Young Ross is a member of the Portlethen and Netherley Volunteers (of which his father is Captain), but on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as she had threatened to drown herself some days previously. EXTRAORDINARY RIFLE SHOOTIcG.-We lately reported that Mr. Horatio Ross, of Netherley, well known as amongst the heat shots in this country, had, as captain of one of the Iiincardineshire volunteer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shooting In general is excellent ; but the most notable, indeed wonderful, score comes to us from the Portlethen and Netherley Company, who have, it may be remembered, amongst their number, as captain and lieu- tenant respectively, Mr. Horatio Ros, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fitting s ons, lusionto 9 arllie shooting competition which took place on Monday, among the notberle asd Portelethen Volunteers at Netherley iouse, by Aberdeen, tho seat bof Mr. Horatio Ross, the "old deer-stalke-r himnself, and his eon, Mr. Edward Ress, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The University extension journal, 1890

    School, Alderley Edge English Social Reformers, 6, Rev. W H Shaw , M A. O Altrincham T. C. Abbott , Netherley , Langham Rd Eowdon . Puritan Revolution, 6, Rev W. H. Shaw , M A O Ashby-de-la-Zouch Representative Men Subscribers-only content

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