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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Northleach with Eastington

    D 678/ Northleach par./100. Ibid. D 1388, tithe papers, Northleach . Ibid. D 678/ Northleach par./20, 285; G.D.R., V 5/217t 1; cf. Glos. R.O., Q/RI 107. Glos. R.O., D 678/ Northleach par./259a. Ibid. Q/RI 107. Ibid. D 678/rolls/93; Northleach par./29.

    List of maps and figures

    edn.) 63 7. Northleach , 1883. Detail of ibid. XXXVI . 10 ( 1884 edn.) 109 8. Northleach , 1820; information taken from Glos. R.O., D 678, Sherborne est. maps c . 1820 (map V) 112 9. Northleach Area, 1999

    Parishes Farmington

    hundred after Northleach and Withington , 251 and in 1815 the cost reached £424, with 38 people on permanent relief. 252 Farmington parish became part of the Northleach poor-law union in 1836 , 253 and was in the Northleach rural

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    formed separate parishes, but Yanworth was a hamlet and chapelry to Hazleton, and Northleach parish after the early 13th century comprised two distinct parts, Northleach borough and Northleach Foreign (or Eastington ). Upper Coberley , though remaining in the enlarged

    Parishes Hampnett

    the former Northleach prison and the other buildings to the west of Northleach town, was transferred to Northleach with Eastington to leave Hampnett with 1,424 a. (576 ha.). 3 The prison is included in the history of Northleach given below.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKER, Thomas I (by 1519-58), of London and Notgrove, Glos.

    a tenant at Cirencester and Tewkesbury; in April 1546 he and his wife acquired the lease of the manor of Northleach, not far from Cricklade, which had belonged to Gloucester abbey; and some time during Henry VIII’s reign he purchased

    MARMION, John (by 1519-80 or later), of Adwell and Ewelme, Oxon.

    at Upton St. Leonards, three miles from Gloucester, in 1538 and ten years later was described as of Eastington, near Northleach, Gloucestershire, when he leased Adwell to his daughter Dorothy. The other provisions which Anthony Marmion made for his children

    HAMPSHIRE, William (by 1525-58 of later), of London.

    the poultry in the households of Henry VIII and Edward VI, whose descendants were to own property at Chedworth and Northleach in Gloucestershire, not far from Cricklade. In any case he seems to have had some link with Gloucestershire for

    ARNOLD, Richard (by 1526-87), of Churcham, Glos.

    comes in 1533 when Thomas, 5th Lord Berkeley, bequeathed him £5. Twelve years later his father left him property near Northleach and in Rodley, together with 420 sheep which he was to share with his mother until he reached 30.

    WESTWOOD, Hugh (by 1500-59), of Chedworth, Glos.

    church, Westwood focussed his philanthropy upon education. By his will of 1 May 1559 he endowed a grammar school at Northleach, which lies a few miles north-east of Chedworth; the trustees included Edmund Brydges, by then the 2nd Baron Chandos,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 February 1768, 1 February 1768

    the Road from the Top of Cricldcy Hill in the County of Glouceßer, to Frog Mill, through the Townä of Northleach, Burford, and Witiiey, and Parifhes of Hanbarough and Bladon, to Campsfield in the Pariih of Kidlington in the County Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1782, 11 June 1782

    Fields, Common Meadows, Common Paf- " tures, and Common Downs, in the Hamlet or Tyth- " ing of Eaßington, otherwife Northleach Foreign, in the " Manor of Eaßington and Parifh of Norihkach, in the " County of Gloucefier." Hodie i» Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1782, 17 June 1782

    tures, and Common Downs in the Hamlet or Ty thing " of Eaftington, otherwife Northleach Foreign, in the " Manor of Eaftington and Parifh of Northleach, in the '* County of Gloucefter.'* Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to Subscribers-only content

    20 June 1782, 20 June 1782

    " or Tything of Eafiington, other wife North leach ** Foreign, in the Manor of Erfiington and Parifh %i of Northleach, in the County of Glouccjkr" was committed: *' That they had confidered the faid Bill, " and examined the Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1782, 21 June 1782

    tures, and Common Downs, in the Hamlet or Tyth- " ing of Eafiifigtan. otherwife Northleach Foreign, in the " Manor of Eaflington and Parifh of Northleach, in the '" County of Gloucefier." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oxford street, china man, from Aug. 8 to Aug. 22. BANKRUPTCY SUPERSEDED. J. Powell, Bishopsgate street, grocer. BANKRUPTS. S. Smith. Northleach, Gloucester, victualler. [Vizard, Lincoln's inn fields. C. Cunningham, Bryanstone street, money scrivener. EWills, Ely place. J. Salmon, Stoke's Bottom, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chipping Barnet. HertfordshH linen'-draper. R. Mercer, C. lily, and B. Treacher, Swansea, coal-owners. 11 l AIUK~tIPTS.' .i -- B. Harris, Northleach, linenidraper. fHardwick and Guest, Lawrence-lane. E. and it. Rule, Leadenhallst. ship-owners.. [Basendale and Co. Coleman-st. J. Backhouse. Great St Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the King, in the room of the Rev. John Bathurst Schomberg, deceased.-The Lord Chancellor has ap- pointed Frederick Herbert, of Northleach, Gloucester, Gent., to be a Master Extraordinary in the High Court of Chancery. AFFAiR or HERNANI.-Tbe First Lord of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the canal at Northleach was considered advantageous near the prison._[The Rev. Mr Witts seems to suppose that a person's return to prison is wholly an affair of prefer- ence, and that men like their treatment at Northleach or they would Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may judge from the case of John Newton, one of the witnesses in the inquiry into the disci- pline of Northleach prison, the administration of justice in the district must be as faulty and cruel as the management of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 248, May 1649, 01 May 1649-31 May 1649

    Committee at Goldsmiths' Hall. I have caused the Act concerning delinquents to be published in Minchinhampton, Tetbury, Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge, Cirencester, Northleach, Cheltenham, and Tewksbury, and shall publish it in 2 or 3 other towns; but I was delayed by having Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1686-31 May 1687

    Tunbridge. See Tonbridge. Tunbridge Wells , co. Kent fair and markets at, well at Turin , Italy Turkdean (Tuckdeane), near Northleach, co. Gloucester Turkey ( including references to Ottoman Empire, Turkish and Turks): Ambassadors to exports to forces of, Christian Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    Middilton, George [co. Durham ] , 301, 302, 333. Middlewich , Chesh., Kinderton in, 605 (v). Midwynter , William, of Northleach, 883. Mighhell. See Michell. Mikelfeld , Mikylfeld, Bartholomew, gent., 760. -, William, gent., of Blyford, 821 (iv). Miklam. See Subscribers-only content

    Index, N,O

    Northflete, Kent, 819, 987. Northiam , Nordeham, Sussex, 607 (iii). Northill , Northyell, Beds, 11 (xi). -, Thorncote in, 181. Northleach , Northlatche, Glos., 883. Northmerston. See Marston. Northowram , Northorum [in Halifax ] , Yorks, Godley in, 309. Northpederton. Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    Minchinhampton , 161. Moreton-in-the-Marsh , 5, 53, 109. Naunton , 46. Newent , 109. Newland , 106, 110, 147, 174. Northleach , 37. Northwick (Northick), 59. Norton , 71. Oxenton , 51. Painswick , 103. Pannington (? Pamington), 97. Prestbury

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Fifield, 18/9/1703

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fifield Forename Johannes Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 18/9/1703 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Northleach// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source GRO, GDR 226A () Ordinary / Jurisdiction Fowler, Edward/Gloucester 1691- 1714 Comment

 

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