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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Churcham Churches

    presented to Castle Eaton ( Wilts .) in 1695 . Thomas Parker ( 1786-1801 ) 1 was also Rector of Saintbury . 2 Townsend Selwyn ( 1824-37 ) had leave of absence throughout his incumbency. 3 His successor George Hall


    bequeathed the manor to his nephew Hugh Brawn , son of his sister Elizabeth and John Brawn , rector of Saintbury . 55 Hugh Brawn left a son of the same name, who succeeded him, and three daughters: Elizabeth, who

    Parishese Broadway

    Boscawen . Her son, W. A. Boscawen , sold the estate about 1772 to Mr. Jukes of New Combe , Saintbury (co. Glouc.), from whom it was purchased in 1777 by George Savage , a descendant of Walter Savage .

    Parishes Preston on Stour

    Sir Richard Brawne in turn lived at Alscot until 1647, 135 but in 1648 Sir Richard was described as of Saintbury . 136 From 1663 the Marietts lived at Alscot . 137 The house they lived in was of stone,

    Parishes Compton Abdale

    in the possession of Sir Hugh 's descendants, being held from 1692 by the Revd. John Brawne (d. 1736) of Saintbury . 108 In 1768 the lord of the manor, Lord Chedworth , became lessee 109 and in 1792 glebe

  • * British History Online *

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    Records of Kendale, The pre-Reformation rectors and vicars of Kirkby-in-Kendale

    vicar of the church of Kirkeby-in-Kendale. Cal. Pat. Rolls , 1345, p. 467. 1352 93 Thomas Squier de Seynesbury, or Saintbury, vicar. In 1352 he received an indulgence, as vicar of Kyrkeby-in-Kendale, to pursue his studies for five years at


    1772. February 28th, 1611. Sir Thomas Egerton, 1603 17. The Act meant is the 19th Henry VII., cap. 21. Of Saintbury, Gloucestershire; Knighted, July 23rd, 1603; 100 l . granted to him the following year; was a prisoner in the

    James I: Volume 54, May, 1610, 01 May 1610-31 May 1610

    [ Docquet . ] May 15. Grant to Robt. Gordon of the benefit of the recusancy of Thos. Bartlet, of Saintbury, co. Gloucester. [ Docquet . ] May 15. Grant to Robt. Raynes, Serjeant of the Buckhounds, of annuity of

    Index, S - Z

    , Stealing, 105 Sackville , Sir Edward, 164 Sacrament , Sutten on the, (Books), 109 Sacrilege , 94 Sadberie [? Saintbury ] , co. Gloucester, 159 Saddle cloth , A, 91 " green , A, 125 " white leather ,

    Index, S, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    See Hulme, St. Benet's. St. Boniface . See San Bonifacio. St. Briavel's (St. Bryavellis), hundred, Glouc., I. g. 802 (58). Saintbury (Senbury), Glouc., I. g. 981 (39). St. Cheval (Sainseval), M. de, slain at Binche, I. 898-9. St. Cheval (Saintchevall),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    locindary Cor-nmiseioeers avith regard to the transfer of parishes from (hloucesccr- shiret but recormrende1 the transfer also of Asrton-rsuhbEdge, Saintbury, and W5cestnn-suh- Edee. With regard to the proposed transfers to ilhucestershire. they recommended the tedditioit of Eldersnfeld and I'cndock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TV ter. Only two in anetIY.-APPy72 Navlgato Steet cIMS TTANTED, reespectabla General Servant GIRL. Good character Vvlndiblpeneatlle.-AOPily, G. D. Horton, Saintbury Villa, Victoria Rood, Aeton1 Park. c760 U ANOTED, immeediately, a respeelteble Yon G0 i aboute14, to TV uurneeaaBaby.-Apply at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great Coumborton, Hampton Lovett, Rushock, Stockton-on-Teme. GLOUuESTERl: Alderley, Aston-sub-Edge, Batsford, Beverstone, Ceberley, Coin Rogers, Moreton Valence, Newisgton Bagpath, Owlpen, Uzleworth, Saintbury, Tredington, Whittington, ElE1stOB.D: Bartestrec, Durningtoln Edwin Loach, Ken- chester, Latysters, Rocliford, Stoke R0ith, Tedetone, Dola- lucre, Tedetone Wafro, West Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    exceeds 30,000 copiex. SW Notices of Marrages and Birthl era charged 1f, eaoh, prepaW. BIRTHS. On the 6tb lust., at Saintbury Villa, Victoria Road. Aston Pazk. tho wvif of G, D. HosToN, chemist, of this town, of a daughter. On Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. Bregg, Wagonand Clorses Tnn, Oldbmuy oaid, Smothwick. c963 b TANTED, a reopestable General SERVANT. Good wages gTiiven.-Apply, Mr. Horton, Saintbury Villa, Victoria Rtoid, AstonraPrk. c891 . W AIITED, thorough General SERVANT; four ln family, i nrse kept. Witges no Subscribers-only content

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