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  • * Victoria County History *

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    CORRIGENDA

    end, for 'Colesford' read ' Coleford ' " " 50, line 13 from end, for ' Snowhill ' read ' Snowshill ' " " 50, line 12 from end, for ' Willersley ' read ' Willersey ' " " 53

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Winchcombe

    lands at Sherborne , Bledington , Enstone , Honeybourne , Adelmington, Alne , Twyning , Charlton Abbots , Stanton , Snowshill , and Newton . 4 In 821 Cenwulf died. Soon afterwards, according to the legend, his little son and

    The borough of Tewkesbury Manors and other estates

    to Francis Savage and George Wall , who in turn conveyed it in the same year to Thomas Warne of Snowshill . 142 Warne, who is said to have been lord of Mythe manor in 1580 , whose grandson J.

    Parishes Stanway Stanway, 1962

    were changed in 1883 and 1935. Taddington , which forms a narrow projection eastwards between the parishes of Cutsdean and Snowshill , may have been a separate unit which became part of Stanway because like Stanway it belonged to Tewkesbury

    Parishes Bourton-on-the-Hill

    for the payment of pensions to people over 60 in Batsford , Bourton , Lower Lemington , Moreton-in-Marsh , and Snowshill . The charity does not seem to have been regularly applied, and accumulated income was invested in 1907 and

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1667, 01 December 1667-31 December 1667

    Ibid , XVII. p. 171. Same to Anthony Sambatch of Snowshill, co. Gloucester, et al ., detailed, for an inquisition post mortem as to the estate of James Pyford of Snowshill, reputed an intestate bastard. Ibid , XXXVII. pp. 64

    Cecil Papers, 1643, 01 January 1643-31 December 1643

    monyes about us which happily they missed of. 1 5 0 1643 44, February to 1644, September 29. Spent at Snowshill when wee went to meet Sir Humphrey Tracy about our assessment. 0 5 0 Spent myself when I was

    Entry Book, February 1668, 01 February 1668-28 February 1668

    to Sir Alexr. Frazier. the King's principal physician. Ibid , XVII. p. 227. The Treasury Lords to John Moore at Snowshill, co. Gloucester, concerning the trial as to certain lands in his possession, escheated to the King on the death

    Entry Book, November 1687, 21-25, 21 November 1687-25 November 1687

    and Jeremiah King, merchant, shewing that they have discovered that the manor or lordship of Staunton with the advowson of Snowshill, co. Gloucester, are escheated to the Crown for want of heirs; therefore praying an order to seize same for

    Index, S, 01 January 1667-31 December 1668

    552, 553. -, Scotch, duty on, 552, 553. Saltelhayes (land lease), 524. Saltmarsh , Arthur, 151. Sambatch , Anthony, of Snowshill, co. Gloucester, 215. Samon , Richard (loan), 196. Sams , John, alum farmer, 528, 568. Samuell , Anthony, 582,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other gentlemen who bad interested themselves in the matter. CRUELTY TO ProGs-David James, carrier, Guiting Power, and John Beard, shoemaker, Snowshill, were each ifined £1. and costs, at the Borough Petty Sessions, yester- Iday, for cruelty to five pigs-It appeared Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marbury (by Northwlch). T'RY EABL OF COVErNTRY'S BOUNDss u t Bolcen.-Tbis day, Oct. S1, at Hinton-on-the-Green; Thursday, Nov. 2, at Snowshill; Saturday, Nov. 4g at Hidcote Quarries. THX COTSVWOLD HOUNDS, at a quarter to l'resn.-Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Dowdeswell Wood; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    | SPORTIN IINTELlGENCE. , KSINGSBURY.CRRISTMAS STEEPLECHASES AND l HURDLE RAOES.-SATurVIAY. A.STMPAWEOHASE PLAn'rx(Handicap) afl3o soys; winners afites publication of the woights l1bqextra; About two miles. Mr. Yates's Dybbo, agedisst l7b . Mr. A. Yatjs 1 aMr. Johnstone's Covden, 4 vrs, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crowvn Point; Soturday, Brook Ball, at 11. Co0sy.o`n.D-This dasy, Chariton Abbots; Wednesdly, Stttgrovo FrIday, ltendcomlb Lodge, at 11. COTeNVIoLD (Nor.-n).-TNcsday, Snowshill VfllaGe: Saturday, Sc'cston Sub-edge, at 11. CoreNTrmY'S (E.eL oEr).-Thls *lay. The Old IWis; Thursday, Old Yw ieIl; Saturday, Baiter's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    children, eldest eleven, is G.Xthorough Englisic. mudce, acce drawving; neust he a, good needle. woinin . -Asl(drhsa, Mrs. Ci. Cooic, Snowshill Monor Farme, neal B3roadway, Wsrocestorsbirs. cl9b ~iARII1ED Clorgycoss, Cenmlridge Graduate, takes twvo or lthres it Ilays. Solund education, aced Subscribers-only content

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