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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Fosbury

    presumably that, John Ernle. Mary Ernle (fl. 1562-3 ) married Walter Skilling , and Fosbury manor passed in turn to her sons William Skilling (d. 1608) and Swithun Skilling (d. shortly after 1608). It descended to Swithun's son Edward (d.

    Parishes Kilmeston

    made a settlement of it in that year. 12 In 1605 William Skilling and his wife Margery , Swithun Skilling his brother and his wife Jane, and Edward Skilling sold half the manor of Kilmeston Plunkenet to William Lacie .

    Parishes Sparsholt

    in the descent of the manor, which, however, ultimately passed to Michael Skilling , who presented to the living in 1445 . 16 He was succeeded by John Skilling , either his son or grandson, who presented to the living

    Parishes Wilcot Wilcot , 1803

    then apparently passed to her nephew Edward Skilling , and was afterwards held by another Barbara Skilling (d. c . 1722), presumably his widow. 103 It then passed to her son Henry Skilling who sold it in the 1750s to

    Parishes Stockbridge

    manor or farm of Marsh Court in Stockbridge which in the reign of Elizabeth was in the possession of the Skilling family. 7 Stockbridge has a station on the Andover and Redbridge branch of the London and South Western Railway

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOUTH WAlES DALY NEWS 36 COLUMNS DAILY. PRICE 1D. THE LEADING LIBERAL ORGAN FOR WALES -AND -,WEST OF ENGLAND,. circulates in a'l parts of GLAMORGANSHIRE, RADNORSHIRE PEMBROKESHIRE MONMO-UTHSHIRXE' CARDIGANSHIRE FOREST OF DEAN CARMARTHENSHIRE BRECONU1-IRE WEST OF ENGLAND. BEST ADVERTISING Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ACCIDERNTS, OFFENACES, tc. A dreadful fire broke out ort Thursday se'ninight about ten o'clock, in Roiemar-lane, which threatened desiruction to the aeighbouthrod. By the exertinns of the fireioen it was got sinder; but not until three dwelling-hooses and soume Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a light crop, the ground being broken into narrow ridges, with tolerably deep furrows. " The plot selected," says Mr Skilling, " was nearly square, a portion on each side, with the end ridges, having been reaped and cleared off; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of adver- tisements, viz., Partners Wanted, Domestic Servants, Clerks or Shopmen, Money Wanted, Workmen Wanted, Apartments Wanted, will be One Skilling for twtenty-four words, and Sixpence for every additional ten words. These terms are for Prepaid advertisements only. Remittances may Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esel., Stipendery Magistrate of Birmingham, at Steven o'clock Precisely. Supiper will be pnrovided after the Meetinig. for which Tiekete, Five Skilling each. mayho had. on application itotheoSecretary.er to MIr. J. B. Clare. Temple Street, llreirmiihaso. FRANCIS CADDICK, Heon. Sec Weet Subscribers-only content

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