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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rockbourne

    Parishes RockbourneROCKBOURNE Rochesburna (xi cent.); Rechesburna, Rochesburna (xii cent.); Rokeburn (xiii cent.); Rogborne (xvii cent.). Rockbourne contains about 3, 9231/2 acres, of which 2,029 acres are arable land, 1, 0391/2 acres permanent grass and 3021/4 acres woods and plantations.

    Parishes Whitsbury

    The latter sold the manor in 1623 to Sir John Cooper , bart., of Rockbourne , 18 and from that date it has descended with Rockbourne (q.v.). Morrison, baronet. Argent a chief gules with three wreaths or therein . Church

    The hundred of Fordingbridge Index Map to the Hundred of Foringbridge

    Fordingbridge ; Godshill Tithing; Broomy Lodge ; Linford , Picked; Post & Shobley extra-parochial. 1 ; Hale ; Ibsley ; Rockbourne ; South Damerham 2 ; Martin ; Whitsbury A little before 1841 Ellingham and Broomy, the latter being constituted

    Parishes Breamore

    BREAMORE or BREAMORE COURTENAY was ancient demesne of the Crown, and in 1086 was parcel of the royal manor of Rockbourne . A hide of land in the Isle of Wight held by Gherni belonged to the manor of Breamore

    Parishes Fordingbridge

    the elder. 159 Having apparently passed to the Keilways of Rockbourne before 1576 160 it was purchased by Sir John Cooper in 1608 , 161 and evidently merged in Rockbourne . The other manor was acquired by the Abbot and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KEILWAY, Francis (d.1602), of Rockbourne, Hants.

    to a creditor, Anthony Ashley, for £50. Keilway died 22 Jan. 1602, leaving £100 to a daughter, and furniture in two rooms at Rockbourne to his son. The residue went to his wife, and Rockbourne was sold six years later.[footnote]

    COOPER, John (1552-1610), of Pawlett, Som.

    to Portugal in 1589, and had distinguished himself at the battle of the Groyne.In 1608 he purchased the manor of Rockbourne, Hants, from the heir of Francis Keilway, planning to rebuild the house. Work was still incomplete when he made

    POPHAM, Sir John (d.1418), of South Charford, Hants.

    carry out his promise and, indeed, two years later entailed Rockbourne in favour of his grandson, Thomas Romsey. Amicable relations with the Romseys were resumed later, but Popham never acquired Rockbourne. His second wife did, however, bring him possession, for

    WYKE, Roger (d.c.1467), of Bindon in Axmouth, Devon.

    William Horsey. Joan’s share was a moiety of some 13 manors, of which probably the most important was that of Rockbourne in Hampshire. This property was later claimed by Joan, wife of Thomas Swete, who pretended to be a descendant

    BROCAS, Bernard (d.c.1431), of Bradley, Hants and Horton, Bucks.

    before 1412, when her father was a co-feoffee with the Brocas brothers of the lands of Sir Thomas Romsey of Rockbourne, their brother-in-law. Joan stood to inherit two manors in Holybourne, but her father was recorded as being still in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, December 1608, 01 December 1608-31 December 1608

    (P. 1262.) Damerham and Rockbourne. [After 1608 ] . Map of woodland and fields in the neighbourhood of Damerham House, Damerham Church and Rockbourne, probably the work of Thomas Forte. Sir John Cooper's residence at Rockbourne is shown on the

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 197, January 1587, 01 January 1587-31 January 1587

    receipt of a precept for the apprehension of John Selley. Arrest of Robt. Brincklowe at the same time. Jan. 22. Rockbourne. 37. Francis Keylwey and William Whyte to Henry Ughtred, Esq. Complaining of the vexatious behaviour of Robert Jackson, vicar Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    332, 568. Rochester , 423, 425. letters dated at, 74, 408, 441. Rock , the, a naval fight off, 304. Rockbourne (Rockborne), co. Hants, letter dated at, 129. Rodeknyght , Mr., 187. Rodes , Mr., 391. Rodney , Sir George,

    Index, Q, R

    115. arrival in Mount Bay of warships of, 246. Rochester , Lord. See Carr, Robert. Rockbourne (Rockborne, Rockburne), co. Hants, 383, 458. Rockburne. See Rockbourne. Rockill , , 175. Rockingham , co. Northants, 380, 385 demolition of castle of, 380.

    Index, Q, R

    Rochester , Bishop of. See Buckeridge, John Rochester , Viscount. See Carr, Robert Rock , co. Worcester manor of, 39 Rockbourne (Rockborne), co. Hants. 163, 187 letter dated from, 188 Rockinge. See Rocquigny, Adrian de Rocliffe , George, of Temple

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY. -0- FRENCH DIPLOMACY AT ROME. Heary d'Ievi le. Journal d(Cn Diplon2ate en Dalie. Notes intimes 'our seie PI l' Histoire du Second Empire, Romie. W62- 1866. Paris: Hachette. The first volume of iI. d'Ideville's diplomatic journal, published about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    niece of the, Postmaster-General. The killed are Mr. aeorige Waters, Pged about 24, son of Mr. George Waters, Toyd Farm, Rockbourne; Mary Arin Lush, 67; Emily Corbin, 10, of inugwood, wife of a taxidermist; and Miss Lilian Kate Chandler, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Nov. 20, at Clirinda Park West, Kingstowm, Anne Maria, wife of Henry T. Grubb, C. E. LA K;171iET-Nov. 16, at Rockbourne, Wilts, Edivard IHenr ry Gago Lamnbert, Captain RN., third soli of the Ite aiir Heunry John Lanbert, Bart., aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the City of London Tavern, E. Bullock, Esq. of Upper Bedford Place, aged 32. The Rev. H. Longden, Rector of Rockbourne, Haat-s aa^ of Whitsbury, Wilts.- At Thorpe Arnold, la-icestersbb*. ihe Rev. John Crofts, late Incumbent of Hurst and Rusconibc, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or four reception rooms, seven or eight bedrooms. Stables, Garden, &c, &c. Rent not to exceed £100.- Address, M. L., Rockbourne, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. TO HARNESS MAKERS. ASHARE or the WHOLE of an old-established HARNESS MAKING BUSINESS for Disposal, , Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 July 1834, 7 July 1834

    the Counties of Hants and Wilts, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Rockbourne: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Inhabitants of the Parish of Rockbourne, in the County of Hants, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    and Appleshaw; Minesteed ; Shepton Bellinger; Bramdean; Stoke Charity; Barton Stacey; Hamble; Longparish; Upham; Ellingham ; and Harbridge, 783.—Exton; Whitsbury; Rockbourne; Bishop Sutton and Ropley; Compton; Ibsley; Alverstoke; Cor- hampton; Houghton; Baughurst; Lyndhurst; Faiiington; Fordingbridge; Bishops Waltham; Newtown; Holy Rhood; Subscribers-only content

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

    473. Rhuddlan, 424. Richmond, 364. Ringwood, 472. Rip- ton's and Stukley's, 436. Risley, 111. Riverheadj 454. Robes- ton Wathan, 494. Rockbourne, 473. Rodmcrsham, 396. Rol- leston, 333. Rolvendon, 21. Romsey, 444. Ropley and Sutton Bishop, 473. Rothley, 459. Rothwell, otherwise Subscribers-only content

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

    315.—Ballyboggan and Castlejordan, 426. Ballymena, 340. Bath, 180. Beetham, 296. Blatherwycke, Laxton and other Places, 349. Boroughbridge, 323. Breamore and Rockbourne, 241. Burton, 296.—Canter- bury, Archdeacon and Clergy of the Diocese of, 3G8. Carlisle, Clergymen of the Diocese of, 368. Subscribers-only content

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

    Ripon and Boroughbridge, Clergy of the Deaneries, 135. Risington, Great, 73. Risington, Little, 73. Riverhall, 167. Rochester, 109. Rochford, 155. Rockbourne, 162. Rodborough, 108. Rodmg Abbess, 90. Roding, High, 162. Rodmersham, 162. Romansleigh, 135. Romsey, Infra and Extra, 109. Rondham, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Willm Meade, 17/9/1672

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 87872 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Meade Forename Willm Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 17/9/1672 Office/Status Curate Location Rockbourne// OTHER INFORMATION Source HRO, 21M65/B1/40 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Morley, George/Winchester 1662- 1684 Comment

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