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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Quenington

    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Quenington HOUSE OF KNIGHTS HOSPITALLERS 30. THE PRECEPTORY OF QUENINGTON The manor of Quenington was given to the Hospitallers by Agnes de Lucy and her daughter Sibilla, 1 and a preceptory was established

    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Clanfield

    advowson of Westwell as early as 1230. 8 A small property in Kencott was attached to the neighbouring preceptory of Quenington , Gloucestershire . 9 The Hospitallers in Engl . (Camd. Soc.), 26; Hund. R . (Rec. Com.), ii, 793.

    Miserden Economic history

    passed to Wishanger by grant. 82 In 1338 two plough-lands at Wishanger were let at farm by the preceptory of Quenington , 83 and in 1535 the rental of the demesne farm at Wishanger accounted for 24 per cent of

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    of Hayles had its origin in 1246 . The preceptories of the Templars and Hospitallers were established at Guiting and Quenington before the end of the twelfth century. In 1222 the Carthusians settled for a few years at Hatherop ,

    Stonehouse Churches

    ) from 1781 also held the perpetual curacy of Leonard Stanley which he resigned in 1789 to become Rector of Quenington . 21 Thomas Pettat, vicar 1798-1803 , was also Rector of Hatherop , and William Baker , 1803-26 ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POWLE, Henry (1630-92), of Williamstrip, Glos.

    the Gloucestershire manor of Williamstrip from his elder brother in 1657 and in the same year inherited property nearby at Quenington in the vicinity of Cirencester which provided him with an interest in the borough. In the Cavalier and Exclusion

    STARKEY, Oliver (c.1523-83/86).

    Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held Member, order of St. John of Jerusalem, commander Quenington, Glos. 1558, lt. turcopolier Feb. 1560, Latin sec. to grand master bef. 1565-?8, titular bailiff of Eagle, Lincs. 1569. Biography Oliver Starkey’s parentage is set out in

    POWLE, Henry (1630-92), of Williamstrip, Glos.

    Cirencester through his purchase of Williamstrip manor from his brother Richard, and, in the same year, by his inheritance of Quenington, both properties being near the borough. Returned to the Convention after a contest, he was an inactive Member. He

    KINGSTON, Anthony (by 1512-56), of Cadleigh, Devon and Painswick, Glos.

    his influence and estates there by small and infrequent purchases of monastic property, the most important being the manor of Quenington in 1545. On 27 Aug. 1550 he received a licence to retain 60 men. After the death of Edward

    IRETON, Henry (c.1652-1711), of Williamstrip, Glos.

    he died ‘without reluctance or grief’ on 14 Dec. that year aged 59. He was buried near his estate at Quenington where his wife’s epitaph to him recalls ‘the great probity and equality of his mind, together with the love

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    p. 131). Queens Hames (Quens Hames, Quennes Hames), Cumb., I. 799 (p. 444) II. 173 (2). Quene . See Queen. Quenington Glouc., preceptory (supp.) of St. John, I. g. 226 (79), 623 (4), 981 (20-1, 30) II. 231 (p. 132)

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 255, Undated 1595, 01 January 1595-31 December 1595

    8 d . yearly for a livery coat. 38. Presentation by Ant. Sambage, of Nich. Overburie, of the parish of Quenington, alias Queinton , in Gloucestershire, before Wm. Blackeech, vicar of John, Bishop of Gloucester, for the recovery of tithes Subscribers-only content

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    co. Kent Castle, constable and porter of Queen's Bench , see King's Bench. Court, see also Court. Park, co. Bucks Quenington , alias Queinton, co.Gloucester Quester , Mr. Quicksilver Quinborough , see Queenborough Quipuscoa , s ickness in Quittance , Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    , Queues Hayines), Cumb., ii. 676: g. 910 (25). Queniborough (Quenyborought) , Leic, i. g. 496 (19, 68 p. 231). Quenington , Glouc, ii. g. 496 (64). -, preceptory (supp.), of St. John, i. g. 282 (19), 465 (58, 101

    Henry VIII, April 1546, 21-25, 01 April 1546-30 April 1546

    the commissioners sitting at the Roolles, 40 l . 2 Sept., Ric. Morrison, for the grant of the commandry of Quenington, Glouc., 633 l . 3 Sept., John Sidenhame, for attendance upon the Commissioners and making of letters. 20 l

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magnus and Co. Pimlico, slate merchants-T. E. Ward and Co. Newcastle-upon Tyne, tobacco snanufacturers-J. B. Palser and J. W. Peters, Quenington, Glou- cestershire, paper makers-J. Stokoe and Co. Dilston, Northum- berland, wood merchants-Jackson and Smith, Sheffield, merti chants-W. Feilden and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    September 26,at1iL_S ant_, at the tiital ?Ecceivet's, Walsail; ptihlie smnain Sv:ptetubcr 2i, at noon, at the Court-house, Walsall. TTinrettr WrIgs, Quenington, GlIoucestershblre, innkeeper and geneali shopkeeper. Firnt meetinig, -September 21, at 11L30 sin., at the Official Receiver's. Swittdon; ittilic etamunation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    also, by dispensation; patrons, the trustee ° to the Church Patronage Society. Rev. F, R. SteavesO5O t. A., Hector of Quenington, Gloucestershire; patron, the n. Right Hon. Sir M. Hicks Beach, Bart., M.P. CAPTURE OF AN HOTM, THim F.-At the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marigusand Co., Pimlico, slate-merebants. *t l T.B.W and Co., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, tobacco-manufac- r,J~titrers. s, J. B. Palser and J. W. Peters, Quenington, paper-makers. Stokoe and Co.. Dilston, wood-merchalnts. Jackson andSmith, Sheffield, merchants. ,L. W. Fielden & Co., Liverpool. and Fieldens & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLFSIATCAL JINTELLfGENOE I The Gardian hbas the following list of appoiutments,- lev. Johnston Hamilton Acheson, M.AD . Retor of St. I Peter's, Chester, Chaplain to the High Sherifl of 5 Cheshire, Mr. Jamei Tomkinson, of "WiLhnkton Hal4 . Turporley- Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Petrus Small, 15/11/1616

    Appointment Date 15/11/1616 Office/Status Coadjutor Clerical Status Location Quenington//Glos OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Abbot's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment Small was Curate of Quenington and appointed Coadjutor to the Rector, Thomas Skynner

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