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You searched for: Place: Sevenhampton, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sevenhampton

    Parishes SevenhamptonSEVENHAMPTONSevenhampton is a rural parish high on the Cotswolds 9 km. east of Cheltenham . The ancient parish contained 3,377 a. 1 (1,367 ha.) mostly in a long and relatively thin band of land extending eastwards from

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    the end of the Middle Ages. The lord of Sevenhampton , the bishop of Hereford , claimed to hold his own view in 1287 and one was held later at either Sevenhampton or Prestbury . After the establishment of Northleach

    Parishes Prestbury Prestbury village, 1838

    of meadow in the fields. 221 Puckham Wood, in Sevenhampton and Prestbury , comprised 214 a., divided in the 16th century into 13 coppices. 222 In 1575 the tenants of Sevenhampton denied the right of the tenants of Prestbury to

    Parishes Whittington

    the pupils came principally from Whittington , Dowdeswell, and Sevenhampton and most were educated free of charge. A few were from outlying parts of other nearby parishes. On Sundays the Sevenhampton children attended a school held in their own parish

    Collegiate churches Arundel

    with France should last, 4 a payment which was annulled in 1383 , when the earl gave the manor of Sevenhampton in Somerset to the king. 5 The property which had belonged to the priory included the advowsons of the

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, June 1541, 21-30, 21 June 1541-25 June 1541

    alienate the rents, customs, and services of that chief mansion of John Warneford in Sevenhampton alias Sevyngton, Wilts, called Warnefordes place, and divers lands in Sevenhampton and Southmarston, Wilts, which formerly belonged to John Warneford, dec., as kinsman and heir

    Henry VIII, November 1523, 16-30, 01 November 1523-30 November 1523

    1. The Lee, 2. Northmarston, 1. Eysy, 1. Latton, 2. Polton, 1. Rodborne, 4. Mordon, 1. Haydon, 2. Haydonwike, 4. Sevenhampton, 3. Burgh of Highworth, 4. Castell Eyton, 2. Lushill, 3. Estropp, 2. Inglesham, 1. Hanyngton, 5. Westropp, 1. Staunton

    Cecil Papers, December 1594, 26-31, 26 December 1594-31 December 1594

    come. Crawley, 21 years to come : William Edmondes holdeth the farm there at 21 l. 16 s. 8 d. Sevenhampton, 2 lives; John Page holdeth the farm at 20 l. 10 s. Seincleres, 18 years to come : Mr.

    Index, S, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    of, Spanish ambassador at Rome, 184. Sessavalle (Sesevalle), Monsieur de, slain at Dourlens, 292. Setubal (St. Tuvall's), in Portugal, 442. Sevenhampton , farm of, 55. Severn , the river, 468. Severus or Subiur , Peter, general of the flyboats at

    Index, S, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    p. 1476. Seton , 102. Seton , lord, 2186. Seton . See Ceton. Setteringham , 2546. Sevenberg . See Zevemberghes. Sevenhampton , Wilts, 3584, 3585. Sevenoaks , Kent, 1363. Severino , , 1433. Severin , seigneur, 1445. Severn , the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e2123 dNATIBENER "nlo haqded. Underst-ands Sower ~and ksitchen gardifn; willing to matke himself useful. Single; age 24.-Ad- asee, AV. E., Sevenhampton, near Chalteulsami. e730 (2ARDE ER. tloroebl undrstasla vines peach-houses, ueuom G."br, melon.s, stove andgenos plants, and femis, a Io Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Slr urnes Carmichael, Bart., Susosx Gardens, Hyde Park, Chas. Farebrother, Esq. Alderman, Lancaster-place, and Moat H ouse. Stockwvell. Lieutenant-ColonolW. Fendall, Sevenhampton, Andoversfford, Gloncestershire. Miles Milef, Esq., Phlilllmore-place. Kensington. Joseph Wilkinson, Esq. St. Mildred's-court, City. Thomas Barushaw, Esq., Talse-Ihill. With Power Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the premises, by order of the Executors. at ACOCK & TAYLER, L Cold Aston. Chelteniihau. Auctioneers. cc . ____ Si SEVENHAMPTON, ANDOVERSFORD. D ACOCK and TAYLER q1 H-1 AVE been insteucted by the Executors of the Sc JU late Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtained of the auctioneers, Cold Aston, Cheltenham ; or at Clift's Plintinrg Ollice, Stow-on-the-Wold. Sale at Twelve o'clock. MANOR FARM, SEVENHAMPTON, 1 meiles Iroen Wltilc/iconbe, 2 miles ftoee Andovere.if-d Stationt, RwburlSy ando C/hettenh~awl Railitvf!y. Import'iut SALE of SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and various other effects. Catalogues now ready, and may be had of the auc- tioneors, Cold Aston, Cheltenham. MANOR FARH, SEVENHAMPTON. Tho remnining portion of the HOUSEIIOLD FURNI- TUTRE, GLASS, Quantity of CHI1NA and EARTHENWARE; DAIRY and BREWING UTENSILS; Quantity Subscribers-only content

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