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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Charlinch

    measured 3 km. from east to west and 1 km. from north to south. The second, to the northwest, included Rowden , Currypool, Padnoller, and Swang , in an area measuring 3 km. from east to west and 1.5 km.

    Gloucester Aldermen, 1483-1835

    Hart mercer 10 (by 1503 ) ( 1489 ) 11 Rob. Poole (by 1503 ) ( 1491 ) 12 Wal. Rowden lawyer 13 d. 1513 ( 1492 ) Wm. Cooke d. 1494 14 ( 1492 ) Phil Pridith (by 1503

    Townships Ramsgreave

    Ramsgreave Hall estate, has passed through a number of hands, 10 and about 1878 was acquired from Mrs. Mary Jane Rowden Hindle, his sister-in-law, by the late Daniel Thwaites 11 of Woodfold Park in this township, whose daughter Mrs. Yerburgh

    Spaxton Spaxton , Charlinch and Postridge c. 1838

    In 1891 the parish measured 3,646 a. 58 In 1933 the civil parish of Aisholt (875 a.) and Currypool and Rowden from Charlinch (740 a.) were added to Spaxton , making a total of 5,261 a. 59 The civil parish

    Agriculture 1500-1793

    Clayton MSS. 2, 9 and ct. bk. Latton cum Eisey, ff. 36 sqq.; Acc. 122 survs. Bromham , Bremhill , Rowden , Stanley 1612, Stanley ct. baron invs.; Acc. 34 surv. Broughton Gifford ; Acc. 40 Sevenhampton ct. bk. 1541-1723

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BAYNTON, Edward (c.1520-93), of Bromham and Rowden, Wilts.

    of Bromham and Rowden, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wiltshire 1563 Devizes 1571 Calne 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. 1559, q. from 1574, sheriff 1571-2. Biography Baynton’s first wife was the mistress of William, Lord Stourton (d.1548), who settled on her a

    BAYNTON, Andrew (c.1515-64), of Bromham, Wilts.

    Between 1544 and 1563 he sold property at Bromham (where Sir Edward had built a magnificent manor house), Lacock, Stanley, Rowden, Whitley, Whaddon and other Wiltshire parishes. Among the purchasers were Sir William and Henry Sharington, Gabriel Pleydell and Nicholas

    SANDYS, Sir Walter (c.1376-1435), of Sherborne 'Coudray', Hants. and East Cholderton

    with an estimated value of about £61 a year. His second wife, Margaret Erleigh, stood to inherit the manors of Rowden and Box in Wiltshire, and Beckington, Babcary, Purye and durston in Somerset, but the bulk of these estates were

    LONG, Sir Walter (1560-1610), of Wraxhall, Wilts.

    Berkeley, these overseers were men of substance in Wiltshire: (Sir) John Danvers, (Sir) Edward Baynton, Richard Kingsmill, Edward Hungerford of Rowden, Michael Erneley and John Snell. Their names were a tribute to the father’s standing in the county and a

    SOUTHWELL, Robert (c.1506-59), of London and Mereworth, Kent.

    Other property which he acquired between 1544 and 1550, much of it for re-sale, included the manors of Chippenham and Rowden, Wiltshire, former monastic manors in Kent, Norfolk and Suffolk, and two Essex manors by exchange with the crown.[footnote]Although Southwell

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.742

    of certain tithes within the hamlets of Hampsthwaite, Rowden and Felliscliffe Participant: Thomas Simpson [Simpson] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hampsthwaite (Hampesthwaite) : hamlet Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rowden(Rowden) : hamlet Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Felliscliffe

    CP.H.1070

    Place(s): Yearwithe (Yearwith Hollinges) : undefined Participant: Peter Lax [Lax] Role: witness Details: male; 50 Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rowden(Rowden) : undefined Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Haverah Park (Haverey Parke, Haveray Parke) : undefined Extra-parochial Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding)

    CP.H.732

    Location: London (London) : city Location: Westminster (Westminster) : city Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Hampsthwaite (Hemesthwaite) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hampsthwaite (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rowden(Rowden) : hamlet Felliscliffe (Felliscliffe) : undefined Location: Kent Place(s): East Greenwich (Est Grenewich) : manor

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Century, ymddeogys CAP d newydd gan Mr. Robert Browning, yn corffori svni d g au mnewn perthynas i fatwolaeth Mr. Rowden Brown g -y Sais a " aeth i Venice am ddiwrnod ae a arhosodd i yno ddeugain mlynedd." Cyfansoddwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackfrcirs road.-W. Roberts, Warren strect, Camden Tier:, builder. [Charitot, Southampton street, Fitzroy square.-G. Lssw, lHirrowv road, Middlesex, hatior. [I'outh an:d Rowden, Southampton street, Bloomsbury.-G. Lillywhitieto sell., Cumbesland placo, Brixto:: Rise, Surrey, futrrier. [Apps, Great James street, Bcdford row.-J. James, Netherlton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. 1H. Cornish, M.A., Mr E. W. Rowden, M.A., and the Rev. G. Rawlinson, M.A. At the close of the poll, the Vice-Chancellor declared Mr 'Rowden duly elected, the numbers being, for Mr Rowden 361 ; Mr Cornish 200; Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tonmorrow the remainder of the officers and ship's company proceed to Kazan on Monday ; the four nidshipmen, Messrs Haramond, Rowden, Hind, and Robinson, accompany the officers and ship's company as far as Moscow, where they are to remain to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the occasion of the First Meeting of Parochial Choirs, on Thursday, July 24, 1862. By the Rev. G. Croke Rowden, D.C.L., Precentor and Prebendary of Chichester Cathedral, and Chaplain to the Royal Society of Musicians. Published by Request. Chichester: Subscribers-only content

 

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