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You searched for: Place: Prestwood, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ifield Manors and other estates

    were mad e after 1970 . The manor of PRESTWOOD perhaps represents former demesne woodland of Rusper priory 90 broken up for cultivation during the Middle Ages. Four yardlands at Prestwood and elsewhere were held of Bramber rape by the

    Parishes Great Missenden

    village of Prestwood to the west and north of it. The soil is alluvial, with a chalk base, abounding in the deposit of flint and shells. The subsoil is chalk. There are disused chalk-pits to the east of Prestwood and

    List of maps

    few sheep fattened, the only other livestock, besides working cattle, being lambs taken in for winter keep. 93 Prestwood common on Prestwood manor was mentioned in 1636 . 94 From c . 1661 John Fenner and three others were to

    Parishes Hughenden

    Wycombe to Great Missenden are the hamlets of Four Ashes , Great Kingshill and the village and ecclesiastical parish of Prestwood formed 9 April 1852 out of Hughenden, Great Missenden and a detached portion of Stoke Mandeville . Naphill hamlet

    Smethwick Manor

    whose grandson, also Charles, sold them to Thomas Foley in 1661 . In 1709 Thomas Foley 's son, Philip, of Prestwood in Kingswinford , sold the manors to George Birch of Harborne and Henry Hinckley of the Beakes, Smethwick .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOLEY, Philip (1648-by 1716), of Prestwood, Kingswinford, Staffs.

    (1648-by 1716), of Prestwood, Kingswinford, Staffs. Constituency Dates Bewdley Mar. 1679 Bewdley Oct. 1679 Bewdley 1681 Stafford 1689 Droitwich 1690 Stafford 1695 Stafford 1698 Droitwich 25 Feb 1701 Ofifces Held Freeman, Bewdley 1675; commr. for assessment, Staffs. and Worcs. 1679-80,

    FOLEY, Philip (1648-1716), of Prestwood, Kingswinford, Staffs.

    (1648-1716), of Prestwood, Kingswinford, Staffs. Constituency Dates Bewdley Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Stafford 1689 1690 Droitwich 1690 1695 Stafford 1695 1700 Droitwich 11 Nov. 1701 Ofifces Held Freeman, Bewdley 1675, Stafford 1689, Droitwich by 1694, bailiff 1694–5. Ofifces Held Member,

    SPARRY, Richard (c.1530-1602), of Totnes and Staverton, Devon.

    Worth, who owned land at Tiverton. Alternatively it is possible that there was some relationship with the family of Richard Prestwood, who also came from Worcester and married another daughter of John Bodley. Sparry’s stepbrother continued to live in Worcestershire,

    FOLEY, Edward (1676-1747).

    was M.P. for Hereford in seven Parliaments and Speaker of the House of Commons 1695-8; and a third, Philip, of Prestwood, Staffordshire, was M.P. for Bewdley in three Parliaments and then for Stafford 1689-90 and for Droitwich 1701. In conjunction

    DUDLEY, alias SUTTON, Edward (1567-1643), of Dudley Castle, Staffs.

    the 1590s a dispute arose between Gilbert Lyttelton of Worcestershire and Lord Dudley over the title to a farm called Prestwood in Staffordshire. Out of this grew much lawlessness on both sides, culminating in a cattle-raid by Dudley and his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the night-time, raised above 140 perions, atl weaponed with bowes and arrows, forest bill,, or long staves, and went to Prestwood and Ash- wood; and from the latter took 341 sheep of the executors' and caused them to be driven Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    It Dids fair, we think, to rival the best productions of this old md esteemed favourite of the public. The "Prestwood Papers " seem to go far in its chapter of instances to dis- prove the old saying that " Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rE1 ILS DISCOUNTED and MONEY LENT on B NOTE of HAND, £20. to £600. No fees.-E. F. Doyle, Poplar Villa. Prestwood Rood, Heath Town, Wolverhampton. 314 .jr LLS DISCOUNTED ACND MONEY LENT.- S 120. to 2200CL. on Note of Hand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reposed himo-I havm the honour to rem' ain, I have G~~entlemen, Your obliged and faithful servanit, 1849 HENRY WENTWORTH FOLEY. Prestwood. April pth, 1?59. 10 JENNENS AND BETTRIDGE pAPlIERMACHE MANUrAOTUR MS, Be eg reopectfsshile toetanisume that their EsiTABLISAIEIVI , tNTItW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to me by all parties. I hare the honaur to remain, Gentlemen, Your obliged and faithiul Seoant, HENRY. WENTWORTH FOLEY. Prestwood, May 3rd, 1855. 333 TO THE ELECTORS O'F S OU T H S T A F F O:R D Subscribers-only content

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