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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Long Newton

    13 Eliz. cap. 16. Exch. K.R. Misc. Bks. xxxviii, fol. 244-5. The field-names recorded are Totehill, Eastfield and Westfield , Southmoor and Little Calf Close . Pat. 15 Eliz. pt. viii, xiii. Ibid. 18 Eliz. pt. xiii, m. 16. Ibid.

    Parishes Kingston Bagpuize

    to be attacked, and were forced to swim across the river higher up. 16 There is a Wesleyan chapel at Southmoor . Mention is made of the meadow called Cange in 1451 , 17 a messuage called Hygons in 1517

    Parishes Longworth

    by him in 1544 to Dennis Topps , 51 who the same year obtained a grant of the manor of Southmoor or Draycott Moor from Henry VIII . 52 In 1574 Dennis Topps and Dorothy his wife granted the manor

    INDEX K-Z

    n Palace, chapel of St. Stephen in, Long: E. T., Sir Ric., fam., Longworth (formerly Berks .), Charney Bassett , Southmoor , Lord: Chas., Chris., Thos., n fam., Losinga, Rob., bp. of Hereford , Loskey, Thos., Lott, F. E., vicar

    Northmoor Introduction Northmoor in 1843

    53 The name More or Moor, meaning marsh, was recorded from the 11th century; the prefix North, distinguishing it from Southmoor then in Berkshire , was added intermittently from the late 13th century. 54 The main Gloucester-London road , crossing

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 April 1631-31 March 1633

    document dated from Aldermanbury conduit , water bearers, petition of Aldermen , Court of order of report of Aldermoor alias Southmoor , co. Somerset Alderney Aldersgate Street document dated from Aldgate without , Monastery of the Minories, lands of Aldham Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 226, December 1632, 01 December 1632-31 December 1632

    Groom of the Bedchamber, in consideration of 1,000 l . to be paid by him, of all that moor called Southmoor, alias Aldermoor, late parcel of the manor of Glaston, co. Somerset. [ Docquet . ] Dec. 14. Warrant to Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 427, August 1-31, 1639, 01 August 1639-31 August 1639

    general, for the division to be made by them between us and divers inhabitants pretending common in our moor called Southmoor, [Sedgmoor ? ] Somerset, amongst whom you are one; yet we have thought fit to direct these letters to Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 April 1639-30 September 1639

    from Southcott , Sir Popham, petition of Southesk , Earl of, see Carnegie, David. Southfleet , Kent, document dated from Southmoor , see Sedgmoor. Southwark document dated from justices of peace, certificate of Sovereignty of the Seas Soward , William, Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Foreign Apposer in the Exchequer, 716. -, Noell, keeper of Foreign Extracts in the Exchequer, 81. Southleewood (Calstock, Cornwall), 41. Southmoor (Glastonbury, Somerset), 148. Southsea Castle (Hants), 726; keeper of. See Norton, Col. R.; York, Duke of. Southwark (Surrey), 125,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hawtberns 1s1, Londona: J. H1. 6teachin tat, Southsmp- ton ; Anglian to), Leith, Tlearsday.-Arrised-Verro~n tot, f Om' Lon- don ; Southmoor lot, London ; Wuear tot, London ; Chiarles Capper tat. London: Liamberli tot, Io,ln-on; Stuentou tot, London; Glonomy, London Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warsaw IsI, Teith iongdtote 1s), London. Tsoesday-.olmside Cs), London; Charles Capper Lb, London; J. Mesntyre slonLondon; dGreata armouth Is), London; Southmoor (B), London ; Thor, Mlisdloabrough; Drousore (;1, osa; Coral Queen (f1, sost Prudhoe Castle Ca), London; hortey, SItAderland. S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    steamship Newr iurseton was going T down the. river,. when near (Greenwvich she came into collision with the steam collier Southmoor, st~riking her on. the star~board side about amidships, doing such damage to her that, it is feared she will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DERBY SPRfl?G MEETING, S?±ur&y. Racing under such conditions as prevailed to-day is I truly pleasant, for it was an almost ideal day, the atmosphere being soft and balmy, whilst the usually sombre Midland town was, for the greater pc? Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sport iwas again interesting. In marked. contast to their success of the previous day, ba.kers experienced- a, series of disasters, Southmoor. who had run well at Newamarket, being easily defeated by Gobryas; while Spanish Maiden, to ride whom Grimshaw had Subscribers-only content

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