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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Collections D 45 Whitmore family of Lower Slaughter D 184 Craven family D 214 Parsons family of Kemerton D 536 Sezincote estate muniments D 610 Leigh family of Broadwell D 621 Chamberlayne family of Maugersbury D 678 Sherborne estate muniments

    Parishes Bourton-on-the-Hill

    the parish, farm buildings belonging to Upper Rye Farm (in Sezincote parish) were built by 1777 , 24 and Parsonage Farm (called Keytes in 1962 ), off the road to Sezincote , was built by 1824 . Training stables, and

    Parishes Forthampton Forthampton , c. 1750

    the small single-story house by the Paradise brook, 333 timber-framed w ith a thatched roof, called Sezincote 334 because until 1809 it belonged to Sezincote rectory. Later there was said to be no glebe house. 335 Southfield was the regular

    Parishes Condicote

    Sherborne , sold it to Sir Charles Cockerell of Sezincote , 126 the estate that adjoined Hinchwick on the north-east. Hinchwick , comprising c . 400 a., remained part of the Sezincote estate 127 until c . 1920. It was

    Hadley and Horton Manors and other estates

    succeeded, 70 and died in 1417 , the manor passing to his daughter Sibyl, the wife of John Grevel of Sezincote (Glos.). 71 They were childless and by 1422 had settled the reversion on Guy Corbet , presumably a kinsman.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COCKERELL, Charles (1755-1837), of Sezincote, Glos.

    (1755-1837), of Sezincote, Glos. Constituency Dates Tregony 1802 301806 Lostwithiel 24 Jan. 1807 301807 Bletchingley 25 Jan. 1809 301812 Seaford 14 Feb 1816 301818 Evesham 23 Feb 1819 13 Dec. 1830 Evesham 1831 6 Jan. 1837 Ofifces Held Writer, E.I.

    COCKERELL, Sir Charles, 1st bt. (1755-1837), of Hyde Park House, Mdx. and Sezincote, Glos.

    of Hyde Park House, Mdx. and Sezincote, Glos. Constituency Dates Tregony 1802 1806 Lostwithiel 24 Jan. 1807 1807 Bletchingley 25 Jan. 1809 1812 Seaford 14 Feb 1816 1818 Evesham 23 Feb 1819 13 Dec. 1830 Evesham 1831 6 Jan. 1837

    GREVILLE, John (d.1444), of Sezincote, Glos.

    (d.1444), of Sezincote, Glos. Constituency Dates Gloucestershire Apr. 1414 Gloucestershire 1419 Gloucestershire May 1421 Gloucestershire 1422 Gloucestershire 1423 Gloucestershire 1425 Gloucestershire 1427 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Glos. Sept., Oct. 1403, May 1415, May 1418, Mar. 1419; inquiry Feb. 1406

    WOLLASHULL, William (d.1453), of Wollashull, Worcs.

    had a fiduciary interest for a while), and, possibly acting for Cokesey’s brother-in-law John Greville*, as co-patrons in 1433 of Sezincote church in Gloucestershire. In October 1433 he, Throckmorton (now under treasurer of the Exchequer), Vampage (now attorney-general for the

    CORBET, Sir Robert (c.1354-1417), of Hadley, Salop, Berkhampstead, Herts. and Assington, Suff.

    leaving as heir to the family estates his daughter (probably by his second wife), Sibyl, wife of John Greville* of Sezincote, Gloucestershire. After Greville’s death without issue in 1444, they were to pass to the son of Sir Robert’s half-brother,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G

    , Sir Edward, of Milcote, co. Warwick his case recommended to attention of Privy Council, 185 Greville , Thomasin, of Sezincote, co. Gloucester, recusant subject to forfeiture, 360 Grey , Lord. See Grey, Thomas Grey (Graye), Dorothy, Lady, widow of

    Index, S

    receives New Year's gift of plate from farmer of, 2 bricks at Hatfield to be burnt with, 2 Seasoncoate. See Sezincote Seaton Delaval (Delavale), co. Northumberland letter dated from, 70 Sebast. See San Sebastian Seckford , Sir Henry, Master of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in that cesston, decreed in 1854. DEA.TH OF SIR CHTARLES, RusuoUT, BARTr.-Sir Charles Jiuehent died on Sunday, at his seat, Sezincote Pork, dloretou-in-6lnrsh, Gloucestershiro. 'lbs dreceased baroenet hal been for some months suffering from a dropsical complaint. He was only Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bourton-on-tho-Water. Broadwell. Clapton. Condicote. Eyford. Daylesford. Icomb. Donnington. Church Icomb. Evenlode. Naunton. Longhorough. Notgrove. Maugersbury. Great Risington. Oddington. Little Risington. Sezincote. Wick Risirgton. Stow-on-the-Wold. Upper Slaughter. Upper Swell. Lower Slaughter. Lower Swell. Westoote. The Guardians will also consider Tenders for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. A. Blake, who is leaving, the whole in 17910ts, ,1 described in catalogues.-Salc at One o'clock. e HOME FARM, SEZINCOTE, f 3 mniles from Mor eteoe-inv-M la,'sh 4 f)eois Stow-on-the- Weld,. I The FLOCK of 26S Cross-bred SHEEP, 76 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who is leaving, the whole in 170 lots, described in catalogubs.-Sals at One o'clock. NEXT FRIDAY, OCT. 1. HOME FARM, SEZINCOTE, 3 diles /rel Moretoa-ia-Mavsl @ 4 /ro1m Sto-oa-the- lfolJ. The FLOCK of 268 Cross-bred SHEEP, 76 well-bred Shorthorn CATTLE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    patients in the Hlouse, 9. Useful presents- Lady Northwick sent fish and vegetables; Mr. Lovett, sack of potatoes; Mrs. Dugdale (Sezincote Mansion), damsons; Miss Amy Style, two scrap hooks; from Little Compton Harvest Festival, fruit and vegetables. ST. DAVID'S CHuRCH Subscribers-only content

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