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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Redmarley d'Abitot

    Parishes Redmarley d'Abitot REDMARLEY D'ABITOT Reode moere leage, Ryde mereleage (x cent.); Rydmer lege, Hrydmearlea, Ridmerleye (xi cent.); Rudmerleg (xiii cent.); Redmerley Dapetot (xiv cent.). Redmarley D'Abitot lies in the extreme south-west of the county on the Gloucestershire border. It

    Parishes Great Witley

    son, John de Redmarley Oliver , who in 1274 -5 sued John Marshal for land in Redmarley Oliver . 44 John Oliver (Olistard) headed contributors to the subsidy about 1280 in Redmarley Oliver . 45 About 1316 Redmarley Oliver is


    line 11 from end, for 'Liornge' read 'Loringe' " " 302 b, s.v . Lowbands , for 'Redmarly' read ' Redmarley ' " " 303 b, delete 'News of the World , 124' " " 305 a, s.v . Ralph

    The hundred of Doddingtree Introduction

    Beauchamps , Earls of Warwick , to whom the hereditary shrievalty of the county belonged. 15 Doddingtree was situated near Redmarley in the parish of Great Witley , 16 probably near the spot where the Hundred House Hotel now stands,

    Parishes Acton Beauchamp

    some modern brick cottages. There is an early 19th-century br ick toll-house at the cross-roads, which is now ruinous. Near Redmarley Farm, where there was formerly an ancient farm-house, there is a curious periodical spring known as the Roaring Water,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 10, 27 July 1648, 27 July 1648-27 July 1648

    Morley; Ordered, That Doctor Aylett give Institution and Induction unto Edward Hackett Clerk, Master of Arts, to the Rectory of Redmarley debitot , alias Redmorley , in Com. Wigorn . void by the Death of Thomas Baldwin , the last

    General Index, R, 01 October 1639-31 March 1640

    the commissioners for the Northern parts list of protections to penal statutes against Red Cross Street , document dated from Redmarley , D'Abitot Redsmith , Oliver Rees , Howell-ap Reeve , Nathaniel, deceased Richard answers to his petition Reeves , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1644-30 September 1644

    , Andrew, letter to, and see Middleton. Mynn , Major-General, army of defeat of his forces at Redmarley killed in an engagement at Redmarley, near Ledbury Mytton , Col. Thomas, see Mitton. N. Nantwich , co. Chester Committee at, letters Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R

    Will., g. 597 (43). Reder , John, 1257 ii. Redlingfield , Suff., mon. of, 1238. Redman , , printer, 371. Redmarley d'Abitot , Worc., g. 226 (37), 392 (27). Redmayne (Redeman), Ric., 79, 191, 236. -, Wm., 202: g. 597

    Act of the Court of High Commission, 01 December 1639-31 December 1639

    fol. 13 b . Francis Nicholls, Esq. The cause to stand undismissed till Bagshaw's cause be heard. William Good, of Redmarley, D'Abitot, co. Worcester. An attachment decreed if the notary's expenses be not paid before next court day. William Woodroffe, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WOLF.-LastI week a woma n living in the parish of Redmarley, in the county of Worcester, on going into an out-house, adjoining her cottage, observed what she supposed to be a large dog, lying in one corner of the building; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at night, and complained much of his head, for which he was medically treated. The Rev. James Commeline, rector of Redmarley, in Gloucester- shire, lost his life on Monday week in consequence of reading in bed; the book had been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CORRESPONDENCE. N OVTCE.9 TO CORRESPON-DENTS.-Alt letters intendel for e put hsn zIst be canotssaniedvi ls tds e Y arue pan address of the w.r-iter; w uR1esrity o a pblication, but for tn e iatbr.ssutiou If fthe Gitor. "- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    KEEPING A BOGUS CLUB. At the Upton-on-Severn Petty Sessions, yesteday- before Mr. WiLlan and other magistrates - John Vaughan, of Redmarley, formerly a publican, was fined heavily for keeping a bogus club. There were six sum- monses acasnet him. He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broeryard (to finish the season). LxBnrs (at ll).-Wednescday, April 10, Bell Inn, Mathon; Thursday, ll, point to point race at Redmarley; Saturday, 13, Leudanowr ySation1.- day, April 9, Hopton Heath Station; Rons''s, Burn OF (at l.-Thte day, April 2, Cule-orthorpe Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHEYNE, Sir Hugh (d.1404), of Cheyney Longville, Salop.

    Cheyne’s holdings in the neighbouring county of Worcestershire is also uncertain, although he is known to have held property at Redmarley, Westmancote and Bewdley (on the Severn).[footnote] Cheyne’s second marriage brought him a life interest in estates as far away

    MORTIMER, Hugh (d.1416), of Weldon, Northants.

    men stood surety for him in May in May 1396 when he secured at the Exchequer custody of land in Redmarley D’Abitot (on the borders of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire). About this time Lord Despenser granted Mortimer for term of his

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