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    Parishes Dowdeswell

    sold Pegglesworth Hill farm in 1924 . 298 The Harts offered Pegglesworth Home farm for sale in 1932 , by which time part of it, adjoining the Gloucester-Oxford road and including Pegglesworth House , was in separate ownership. 299 Pegglesworth Victoria County History

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    that Dowdeswell, Pegglesworth , and Cold Aston should geld with, and owe suit to, Wacrescumbe. 7 Of the constituents of the hundred Withington (including Little Compton , Foxcote , Little Colesbourne , and Hilcot ), Dowdeswell (including Pegglesworth ), Cold Victoria County History

    Parishes Withington

    189 but was completely rebuilt in the late 20th century. Farmsteads established following the inclosure of c . 1815 included Pegglesworth Hill (or Foxcote Hill ) Farm, on the north-west part of the central ridge. It was built for a Victoria County History

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    69, 249, 259 manor house, see Dowdeswell, Dowdeswell Court; Dowdeswell, Home farm mills, 62 parish officers, 64-5 parks, 44, 54 Pegglesworth , 1, 3, 43, 47, 59, 64, 66, 259; Plate 2 agriculture, 7, 62 estate, 44, 47, 51, 55-6, Victoria County History

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    Peckleton , Pekulton, Leics, 904 (iii). Peckwater Inn , Pekwatersynne, Oxford, 229. Pegge , Reynold (gent.), 720, 737, 984, 986. Pegglesworth , Pekellesworth [in Dowdeswell ] , Glos., 61. Pegsdon , Pekesden [in Shillington ] , Beds, 948. Pek , Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    Coventry, 72. Dovercourt , Essex, 93. Dowdeswell , Doudeswell, Dowdiswell, Dowddyswell, Glos., 61, 118. -, manor and advowson, 387. -, Pegglesworth in, 61. Dowe , Gilbert, 23. Dowenend , Dowenesed. See Down End. Dower . See Law and administration . Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cot. tesmore ; Saturday, Feb. 1, Kennel. The CoTSwoLD HouUDa, at Itletsn.-Tuesday, Jan. 28, at Andoversford: Wednesday, Jan. 29, at Pegglesworth Farm; Saturday, Feb. 1, at Rowtel Gate. The ALMsroHToS BOUNDS, at a qurste beWoret le e- This day, Jan. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cottesmore ; Saturday, Feb. 1, Kennel. The COTSWOLD HOUNDS, at BIBs.-This day, Jan, 28, at Andovera/ord: Wednesday Jan. 29, at Pegglesworth Farm; Saturday, Feb. 1, atRovwel 6ate. The ALBasl}OSra BOaNDa, at a qUa'eV be8407 EUlc.- Thie day, Jan. 28, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Eleoe,-. Thursday, Jan. 30, at Cotiesmore; Saturday. Feb. 1, KenneL The Corawonu HovNDs, at Flesen.-ThIs day, Jan. 29, ast Pegglesworth Farm; Saturday, leb; 1, at Bowel Dato. .The ALcaxaonono HouNDs, at a quarter before Blewa.- Thuroday, Jan. 30, at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Black Swan: Saturday, Binley, 11. COVENTsRY'S, EARL Op. -Tuesday, Dumbleton; Thursdby, Pin- nock Wood: Saturday, Spring Hill Lodges, II. COreSWOLD.-Monday, Pegglesworth ; Taesday, Square Ditch Gate: Friday, Foston Ash; Saturday, Withington, 1130. IrWU PEsas HARR5rP.Ms.-Tuesday, GFeat Low-, Thursday; Brassington Moor; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Smith:, oewYsent. Mr. XV. B. Minchin, Hazelton, -Mr. .1 ri IwIX. kococlr, Twigworth,- and Mr. C. Al. Rodgers, of j. Pegglesworth, were winners nf pui;ce for fields of swedes0 d and xnanzel-wurzele. In the mangcl-wurzel. claosees S rrMrs. Smithl (Nenwent), Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    by the Rev. J. W. Stack, William Bayley, eldest son of William Jones, Esq., J.P., of E Pittville, Cheltenham, and Pegglesworth, Glacresler- shire, to Elizabeth Melesina; and, at the same time ! and place, James Arthur Poole, Esq., of Rangiora. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    sustained some severe contusions and whose left arm was broken, was taken to the farm of Mr. W. Jones, at Pegglesworth, where he soon recovered sufficiently to ride slowly home. The limb is very badly fractured at the wrist. DEATH Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    TIHE WE EK i d Jan. y Msasn. ACOCK & TAYLER. Tuesda, 8-Stook, Moreton-in-Marsh Fair. Friday, ll-Ash Poles, Underwood, &o, Pegglesworth Estate acts. M3bnaS. FRANKLIN & GALE. Wednesday, 9-Stock, Oxford Market 'ssnsas. FRANKLIN & JONES. i nueeday, 8-Fat Stock, Thame Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    horses, cried, " Hold, enough !" but not «o with reynard, who still pursued his course with undaunted perseverance over Pegglesworth farm, and skirting Kilcott Wood, kept steadily on for Coleshorne Pen, passing o\pi- which and through Coombe End, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Came back to Colesborne, and found another in the fish-ponds cover, the hounds streaming away as if^tied to him through Pegglesworth and John's Wood, leaving Foxcote Wood to the right, thence straight for Withington big woods, which he waa not Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    meet of the Cots- wold Hounds on AVednesday last was at Hilcot AVood where they did not find, but at Pegglesworth the pack settled on the line of a fiae old fox, who made off at a. rattling pace, as Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    horses, cried " Hold, enough !" but not so with Reynard, who still pursued his course with undaunted perseverance over Pegglesworth farm, and skirting Killcott Wood, kept steadily on for Colesborne Pen, passing over which, and through Coomb End, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    THE VIOEHOY OP INDIA AT QUETTA. Tbe Times Calontta correspondent telegraphs aa account of the Viceroy's visit to Quetto, where, it will be remembered, a detachment of the Woroeaterahire Regiment is stationed. Lord L»uadowne reached Quetta on the 16th Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Qouxxtiy _fett~ giessuonsi. ALCESTER- Monday. Before Captain Gerard, Messrs. D. S. Gregg J F Milward, and A. L Chance. Neglect of Work. -George Houghton, labourer was summoned by his employer, James PHtcbet*. farmer. Mapjpleborough Green, for neglecting his wor? Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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