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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanwell Local government

    fields to regulate. 18 Poyle was an independent estate but probably had no court, 19 and the Rudsworth officials may have had jurisdiction over Poyle in the 17th century. In spite of this, however, both Poyle and Rudsworth may have

    Stanwell Nonconformity

    The congregation of Independents at Poyle was established in 1807 by East and Ibbotson who worked Poyle mill and set aside a room in it for services. 27 The present Congregational chapel nearby in Poyle Road was opened in 1823

    Stanwell MANORS.

    The Poyle House estate occupied most of the land between the western boundary of the parish, the Bath Road , the Wyrardisbury River, and Poyle Road . 89 In 1235-6 Walter Poyle 90 held half a knight's fee in Poyle

    Stanwell Mills

    of which had ceased to work as water-mills by 1956 . The mill at Poyle has the longest continuous history. A mill was attached to Poyle manor in the 13th and 15th centuries, 15 and evidently passed with the manor

    Parishes Hampton Poyle

    in 1332 . 43 By 1335 Henry de la Poyle , brother and heir of the younger John, was in possession of Hampton Poyle . 44 His son Thomas de la Poyle succeeded in 1360 45 and died in 1402

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WOODROFFE, George (c.1625-88), of Poyle, Seale, Surr.

    (c.1625-88), of Poyle, Seale, Surr. Constituency Dates Haslemere 1681 Haslemere 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Surr. Mar. 1660-d., commr. for militia Mar. 1660, assessment Aug. 1660-80, charitable uses, Haslemere 1662; freeman, Guildford 1662; sheriff, Surr. 1668-9, commr. for recusants 1675, rebuilding

    POYLE, Sir Thomas de la (1342-1401), of Hampton Poyle, Oxon.

    POYLE, Sir Thomas de la (1342-1401), of Hampton Poyle, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire Sept. 1388 Oxfordshire Nov. 1390 Ofifces Held Tax assessor, Oxon. May 1379; surveyor Dec. 1380. Ofifces Held Commr. to put down rebellion, Oxon. Mar., Dec. 1382; of

    WOODROFFE, George (1659-1713), of Poyle, Seale, Surr.

    (1659-1713), of Poyle, Seale, Surr. Constituency Dates Haslemere 1695 1698 Haslemere Feb 1701 1702 Haslemere 1705 1708 Biography Described by John Aubrey as an ‘ancient’ Surrey dynasty, the Woodroffes had established themselves in the west of the county by purchasing

    WOODROFE, Sir Nicholas (c.1530-98), of London; later of Poyle, Surr.

    of London; later of Poyle, Surr. Constituency Dates London 1584 Ofifces Held Master, Haberdashers’ Co. 1585; treasurer, St. Thomas’s hospital 1569-71, president 1584-6; alderman, London 1571-88, sheriff 1572-3, ld. mayor 1579-80. Biography During his membership of the Commons Woodrofe sat

    CLERKE, Sir John, 4th Bt. (aft.1683-1727), of Shabbington, Bucks. and St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London

    a match with the influential Onslows of West Clandon. In addition, Clerke’s great-great-grandfather had married into the Woodroffe family of Poyle, a long-established household in the west of the shire. However, such familial ties were clearly insufficient to promote the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harold Duncombe, of the 52d Regiment of Light Infantry, to Mary Theresa, only daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Wood. ruffe, of Poyle park, Surrey. On Tuesday, Samuel itiller, Esq. of Great James streetRBedfard row, to Miss Barry, only daughter of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burgess, Philip, Shacklewell Commnes But er, Henry, Fenchurch se. Clutterbuck, Peter, Stauntore Bushell, Thomas, Kensington Cluttebuclr, Thomas, Stan- Bland, Joseph, Poyle more Blagg, Capt. James, Brentford Closves, Edsv. Parliament St. Blaekbuen, Ges. H. Broad se. Clifford, Charles Henry, Shad- Black, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tlarge scale, and supported by the most influential 'residents of the town and inmmediate neighbourhood, was held, Captain Mangles, of: Poyle, Chairman of the Southe Western Railway, presiding, at which the followingresolutions were unanimouslyadopted: -" That this meeting has observed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2at, Mr. W. Page,' H1it'cott Mill; ' ' .S od COClIf CHISA. FOWLS.-1Bt prize, .Rev:' F. S. Dodd, Hamp ton Poyle, Oxford; 2nd, Mr. HB !Child, jin., Bir. mingh am. ' ' ; POLISH. FOwLS-1ist prize, Mr.. R. Page, 3an., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and was drowned, On enquiry it was ascertained that on the 4th inst. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Ibotson, of Poyle, Middlesex, Miss Louisa Mary Dbotson, an unmarried lady of thirty-foar and their female servant, arrived at Mitchell's Western Notel Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 April 1796, 27 April 1796

    intituled, " An Act for Poyle indie* " dividing, allotting, and enclofing the Common Fields, fure Blll> " Common Meadows, Common Paftufes, and all other " Commonable Lands, within the Parifh of Hampton " Poyle, in the County of Oxford," Subscribers-only content

    14 May 1796, 14 May 1796

    the Common Fields, " Common Meadows, Common Paftures, and all other " Commonable Lands, within the Parifh of Hampton " Poyle, in the County of Oxford." " An Aftforalcer- " ing, varying, and amending an Aft paffed in the " Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1829, 10 March 1829

    of Buckingham, or resident Inhabitants of Coin- &c: brook, in the said County, or of the adjoining Villages of Horton, Poyle, Langley, Wyradisbury and Sutton, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships, " That in any Measures which Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Ports- mouth, Ladies, 445. Portsoy, Barony, 222. Portstewart, 456. Poslingford, 454. Potterspury, 455. Pottery, Belper, 86. Poulmire, 147. Poulton, 74. Poyle, Stanwell, 445. Prescot, 444. Prescot, Saint Helen's Chapel, 444. Prestbury, 175. Pres- teign, 444. Preston, 56. 74. 326. Preston, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    388. Birming- ham, St. George, 388. Birstall, 308. Bishop's Tawton and Newport, 379. Blackheath, 364. Blanford Forum, 403. Bletchington, Hampton, Poyle and other Places, 288. Blything, Hundred of, Suffolk, 334. Boddicot, 308. Bognor, 416. Bol- ton-by-Bowland, 308. Bordesley, 388. Boroughbridge, Subscribers-only content

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