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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Pewsey PEWSEY 1839 Pewsey village and nearby settlements

    divided between Pewsey and Southcott ; Pewsey was almost certainly the first, and Southcott probably the second, settlement to have been founded and have had land assigned to it. In Down Pewsey tithing, which comprised the land of Pewsey village,

    Parishes Manningford Abbots

    manors of Pewsey and Manningford Abbots shared a common lordship from earliest times until the later 18th century, have influenced its history considerably. 4 Thus, since Manningford Abbots was considered an outlying hamlet of Pewsey and part of Pewsey manor

    Introduction

    Pewsey parish and West Grafton in Great Bedwyn parish, c . 10 villages stand, as north-south streets, in the form characteristic of the Vale of Pewsey . There is evidence of colonization from Burbage , Chilton Foliat , and

    Index K-Z

    workho., and see Pewsey poorlaw union World's End , q.v . Pewsey , Vale of, Pewsey Electric Light Company , Pewsey estate , agric., boundary, cust. tenants, Pewsey mental hospital (industrial colony of mental defectives) , sch., Pewsey poor-law union

    List of maps

    the tithe award map 150 Milton Lilbourne 1842, based on the tithe award map 164 Pewsey 1839, based on the tithe award map 182 Pewsey village and nearby settlements, based on the tithe award map 183 Savernake c . 1817,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 March 1825, 28 March 1825

    called Southcot and Kepnal Down, sure Bill. " within the Manor of Southcot and Kepnal, in the Parish " of Pewsey, in the County of Wilts." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed to the Con¬ sideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1825, 30 March 1825

    monable Lands called Southcot and Kepnal Down, " within the Manor of Southcot and Kepnal, in the Parish il of Pewsey, in the County of Wilts." The Question was put, " Whether this Bill shall " pass?" It was resolved Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    you a Woolstapler I am. Where do you carry on your Business principally Entirely at the Village of Upavon, near Pewsey, in Wiltshire. Are you purely a Woolstapler, or have you any Concern in the Manufacture of Cloth I am Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    is read, and is as follows: Vol. LX. Particulars of South Down Wools assorted by W. and J. Cunnington, near Pewsey, Wilts. 845 Upavon, Flowers. lbs. 1812 840 <j>c - 1818 1,909 <j,/c 1822 1,939 RN Aytons. 1811 1,183 RN Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1830, 2 December 1830

    Names are thereunto subscribed : Pewsev: And dso, Upon reading the Petition of the Gentry, Freeholders and others, Inhabitants of Pewsey and its Vicinity, in the County of Wilts, whose Names are there¬ unto subscribed ; severally praying their Lordships Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorfslii're, grocer. tT.CSittn. Tatter taonr-co u. road, baker. R.-Travis, Manchester, silversmith. 0. Veale and R. Passoqs, Bamrstajitei brarndy-mershqnts. XV. %Wiiter, Pewsey, Wilks, shopk~eeper. |V W. lG65;' F-ihiic tcl 'ettn~sv,-Y efratT- -. J. Willals, iraeechurch-street, '.arehoiseman. E. WiHis;-Stre-,- ihraper.. SAITURM Y'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lev, Petshore. C. Rowland, Liver'ool, innkeeper. Attorney, 31r. Wheeler, lIjVerpool . - J. Noyes, Pewsey, Wilt'i'oal-merchant. Attornies7 Messrs, Ward'and Mertiman, Mlarlboroughh. tV_ Pierer, High Holborng wnx-chan dler. Attoriey, Mr. Fin- nes, Hart~street, Blonnslsbury-srjnare. B. B. Gofakmnr, Princes-street, Spitalfields, printer. Attorney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    result of the Bernal sale, which lasted thirty-two days, was 62,6801. 6s. 5d. The next presentation to the Rectory of Pewsey, Wiltshire, the gift of the Earl of Radnor, is to be sold by auction, at Garraway's, on the 13th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a stone circle, at Winterbourne Bassett; Mercury by Walkers Hill; Mars by an earth-work at Marden, in the vale of Pewsey; Jupiter.by Casterley Camp, on the edge of Salisbury plain; and Saturn by the great blocks at Stone- henge. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , Saturday, 10. Weather on Friday, fine. Weather on Saturday morning, stormy. Turowas L. PLANT. CxrARGE AGAINST A CLERUYMAN.-At the Pewsey (Wilts) Petty Sessions, the Rev. Herbert Williams, curate of Tidcombe and Fosbury, was brought up charged wvith indecent aEsault. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENGER, John (d.c.1457), of Pewsey, Wilts.

    BENGER, John (d.c.1457), of Pewsey, Wilts. Constituency Dates Great Bedwyn 1420 Ofifces Held Commr. to take an inquisition post mortem, Wilts. Dec. 1435. Biography Descended from a family long established in Pewsey, Bedwyn and the surrounding area,[footnote] Benger is first

    FOWLE, Sir Thomas (1637-92), of the ‘Black Lion’, Temple Bar, London

    £3,000 p.a. by the end of the decade. This revenue allowed him to invest in property in Wiltshire, notably in Pewsey near Stanton St. Bernard, and Fifield Bavant. His business continued to flourish under King James, to whom he lent

    BERWICK, John (by 1508-72), of Wilcot, Wilts.

    a namesake has collected rents at Burbage, Everley and Stitchcombe, all of them villages in the neighbourhood of Marlborough and Pewsey. This older Berwick, who was assessed at Burbage to pay 10s. towards the benevolence in 1545, may have been

    HUNGERFORD, Sir Thomas (d.1397), of Farleigh Hungerford, Som. and Heytesbury, Wilts.

    until 1412.[footnote] She was one of the executors of his will, together with his kinsman, John Snagge DD, rector of Pewsey, Wiltshire, and an advocate in the court of Canterbury, but the will was not proved until 1403. Sir Thomas’s

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robertus Woodward, 25/5/1685

    Woodward Forename Robertus Title Qualification LLB University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 25/5/1685 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pewsey// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Salisbury/12 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ward, Seth/Salisbury 1667- 1689 Comment Patron

    Richardus Jeffraye, 12/7/1591

    Jeffraye Forename Richardus Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 12/7/1591 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pewsey// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Whitgift's Register I (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Whitgift, John/Canterbury Province 1583- 1604 Comment Instituted during

    Thomas Lech, 18/2/1613

    Lech Forename Thomas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 18/2/1613 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Pewsey// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/19 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cotton, Henry/Salisbury 1598- 1615 Comment Vac_reason = Death or some

    Rich: Watson, 0/9/1680

    ID: 59536 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Watson Forename Rich: Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/9/1680 Office/Status Rector Location Pewsey// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/48/1 (Diocese book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ward, Seth/Salisbury 1667- 1689 Comment Licensed to preach

    Johannes Thorpe, 8/6/1714

    Record ID: 60163 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Thorpe Forename Johannes Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 8/6/1714 Office/Status Rector Location Pewsey// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/51/1 (Clergy call book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Burnet, Gilbert/Salisbury 1689- 1715 Comment Licensed

 

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