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    Parishes Soberton Soberton Church

    Parishes SobertonSOBERTON Sudbertune (xi cent.); Subertune and Sobertona (xiii cent.); Subberton (xv cent.); Supporton and Soperton (xvi cent.); Sauberton (xviii cent.). Soberton is a large parish with an area of 5,873 acres of land and twelve acres of land Victoria County History

    The hundred of Meonstoke Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of MEONSTOKE

    OF MEONSTOKE CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF CORHAMPTON MEONSTOKE SOBERTON WARNFORD The above list represents the extent of the hundred at the time of the Population Returns of 1831. The parishes of West Meon , Exton , and Bramdean , and Victoria County History

    Parishes Meonstoke

    the one running eastward from Corhampton , and the other following the line of the river and going southwards to Soberton . A swiftlyflowing mill-race near the bridge at the west end of the village probably marks the site of Victoria County History

    Parishes Otterbourne

    Ric. II, pt. 2, m. 13 d . Vide manor of Soberton in the hundred of Meonstoke . Close, 10 Ric. II, m. 50 d . Vide manor of Soberton . De Banc. R. East . 5 Hen. IV, m. Victoria County History

    Parishes Bursledon

    century. Among other ships he built the Anson , of sixty guns, called after Admiral Anson , afterwards baron of Soberton . Mr. Ewer 's monument, on which there is a model of the battleship of the period, is in Victoria County History

    Parishes Sparsholt

    heir Richard de Winton , 10 was evidently in financial difficulties, 11 for he raised £200 on the manors of Soberton and Lainston in 1383 , 12 but this was not enough to satisfy his creditors, and nine months later Victoria County History

    Parishes Tadley

    succeeded by Robert Hotot, probably his son, who in 1205 granted half a knight's fee in Tadley to Henry de Soberton to hold of him and his heirs. 8 By 1286 the holding had passed to Reginald son of Peter Victoria County History

    Parishes Preston Candover

    ii, 330. In 1431 John Roger of Soberton appears to have held lands and tenements called 'Botillers in Preston Candevere.' Possibly he was one of the Hoyville family, who held land in Soberton ; ibid. 364. Chart. R. 42 Edw. Victoria County History

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Southwick

    Richard Bromdene, 1349-81 Richard Nowell, 14 1381-9 William Husselegh, 15 1389-98 Thomas Courteys, 16 1398-1432 Edward Dene , 1432-55 John Soberton , 17 1455-63 Philip Stanbroke, 18 1463 John Lawder , about 1494 Thomas Kent , 1514, 1521 William Norton Victoria County History

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Titchfield

    Black Prince a knight in 1346 , we find that the Abbot of Titchfield held half a knight's fee in Soberton , half a fee and a quarter of a fee in Crofton and a third part of a fee Victoria County History

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Beaulieu

    present. The charters referring to the possessions of the abbey in Berkshire are numerous; there are also many pertaining to Soberton , Bucks; Blacheford, Hants ; the town of Southampton , and the church of St. Keverne, Cornwall . In Victoria County History

    The parish of Micheldever

    treatment, but giving a very good effect. It may be compared with the contemporary, though rather more elaborate, tower of Soberton church. It has a stair in the south-west angle, and a west doorway, the four-centred head of which is Victoria County History

    The liberty of Alverstoke with Gosport

    the trust property), containing together 96 acres 2 roods 20 poles, situated at Hoe Gate , in the parish of Soberton , were sold, and the net proceeds, amounting to £1,908 1 s . 2 d ., were invested in Victoria County History

    Parishes Littlemore

    a term. 45 In 1223-4 Roger was sued for the fee by Jordan de Walkerville . 46 Jordan held at Soberton 47 ( Hants ); he must have had some connexion with the Poers or the Meisnils-probably the latter, for Victoria County History

    LEWIS, Thomas I (c.1679-1736), of Soberton, nr. Winchester, Hants.

    I (c.1679-1736), of Soberton, nr. Winchester, Hants. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 21 Dec. 1708 Winchester 1710 1713 Hampshire 1713 1715 Southampton 1715 1727 Salisbury 1727 1734 Portsmouth 1734 22 Nov. 1736 Ofifces Held Freeman, Southampton 1705, Winchester 1710. Biography From his History of Parliament

    WALLOP, Thomas, of Over Wallop, Hants.

    father died and whether he himself ever occupied the family estates. (These, besides the manors of Over Wallop and Soberton in Hampshire, included Lee Bretton in the same county and property at West Lavant in Sussex, which John Wallop recovered History of Parliament

    MINCHIN, Humphrey (c.1727-96), of Soberton, Hants.

    (c.1727-96), of Soberton, Hants. Constituency Dates Okehampton 11 June 1778 1784 Okehampton 27 Apr. 1785 1790 Bossiney 1790 26 Mar. 1796 Ofifces Held Clerk of the Ordnance Apr.-Dec. 1783. Biography Minchin canvassed Wootton Bassett in 1774, but withdrew without becoming History of Parliament

    LAWRENCE, Oliver (by 1507-59), of Poole and Creech, Dorset, London and Soberton, Hants.

    Poole and Creech, Dorset, London and Soberton, Hants. Constituency Dates Melcombe Regis 1529 Poole 1542 Poole 1545 Dorset 1558 Ofifces Held Customer, Poole 1528-Apr. 1542, dep. steward 1542; gent. pens. 1540-d.; commr. relief, Dorset 1550; j.p. Dorset, Hants 1554. Biography History of Parliament

    LEWIS, Thomas (c.1679-1736), of Soberton, Hants.

    (c.1679-1736), of Soberton, Hants. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 21 Dec. 1708 Winchester 1710 1713 Hampshire 1713 1715 Southampton 1715 1727 Salisbury 1727 1734 Portsmouth 1734 22 Nov. 1736 Biography Lewis, whose father had represented Westbury in nine Parliaments, came of an History of Parliament

    SPICER, alias NEWPORT, Richard (d.c.1435), of Plymouth, Devon and Portsmouth, Hants.

    the abbot of Beaulieu demised to him and his heirs the manor of Soberton, some 12 miles from Portsmouth, for 200 years; and it was at Soberton that he made the forcible entry (into a messuage, 28 acres of arable History of Parliament

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