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  • * Victoria County History *

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    St. Edmund Hall ST. EDMUND HALL

    a Pension from the College equivalent to a Fellowship'. In the following year Pearson was presented to the living of Sulhampstead Abbots , Berks . Hearne describes him as bearing the character of 'a modest, good natur'd Man, and a

    Bringhurst

    and Rut. N. & Q . ii. 261-3, describing Drayton deeds which in the 1890's belonged to Emma Thoyts , Sulhampstead ( Berks .). Bodl. MS. Rawl. B. 350, m. 23. Henry of Pytchley 's Bk. of Fees , 107.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    VACHELL, Thomas II (by 1528-1610), of Coley, Berks.

    Knollys’s daughter Lettice. Sir Thomas Vachell was licensed to succeed to his uncle’s lands in Burghfield, Mapledurham, Reading, Shinfield, Sulhampstead Abbot, Sulhampstead Banister and Tilehurst but in 1612 charged Anne Montague with exercising undue influence over her brother and with

    DINGLEY, Robert II (c.1377-1456), of Wolverton, Hants.

    and estates at Fittleton and Combe in Wiltshire for the manor of Wokfield in Stratfield Mortimer and lands in Englefield, Sulhampstead and elsewhere in Berkshire, which belonged to William Darell† and his wife. For Dingley this had the effect of

    CHILDREY, Thomas (c.1350-1407), of Childrey, Berks.

    some property at Sparsholt following the death of his aunt Margaret, and that same year he was quitclaimed land in Sulhampstead Bannister and Stratfield Mortimer by the widow of a kinsman, Edmund Childrey the younger.[footnote] To these family estates Childrey

    PLOWDEN, Edmund (1519/20-85), of the Middle Temple, London; Plowden, Salop; Shiplake, Oxon. and Burghfield, Berks.

    the manor of Frimley, Surrey. In Berkshire, Plowden acquired the manor of Wokefield and land at Stratfield Mortimer, Sulhampstead Banister and Sulhampstead Abbots, but he lived at Shiplake, where the Thames divides Oxfordshire from Berkshire, and at Burghfield. Shiplake had

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, S, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    , the high sheriff of, warrant to the clothiers of, petitions of Earl of. See Howard, James, Earl of Suffolk. Sulhampstead near Reading , letter dated from Sumervill , John, account of robberies intended by John Creighton, Christopher Carleton, Thomas Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    4 (?). Sparsholt (Sparshall), 12, 194. Stratfeildsey , 69, 109. Stratfield , 165. Stratfield Mortimer , 113. Strenham , 58. Sulhampstead , 12. Tynehurst (? Tilehurst), 154. Upton , 54. Waltham , 76. Wantage , 27, 75. Warfield (Warvell), 132.

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Ntht., i. 1280 (f. 9): p. 775: g. 504 (1); ii. g. 332 (57, 91). Suldrop or Sulderock. See Souldrop. Sulhampstead Abbot. Berks , i. g. 717 (5). Sulliard. See Sulyard. Sullington. Suss. , i. g. 1166 (15); ii. g.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Campbell, of Airds, Bart., to Hannah, only daughter of the late MacLeod, of Rasay. On Tuesday the 3ist1ult., at Sulhampstead, by the Rev. R. Sherson, rector of Yaver- land, Isle of Wight, H. R. Burfoot, of the Inner Temple, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dealer 6 - 23 A. Clark, Market Rasen 4 - 24 J. Robinson, Kingston-upon-Hull, scrivener 6 - 24 T. Nash, Sulhampstead Banister, grocer - 24 J. W. Sumner. Reading, builder 26 W. Maude, Darwen, calico printer -26 G. Hannam. Manchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3rd, 11., Mr. J. Millet, gard,.nnr to the Marquis of Donegalt 4t0i, lOs., Mr. J. fllis, gardener to Major Thoyts, Sulhampstead. E Claes 23.-Sattlon's magnum bonum potato, eighteen tubers, Ist, 21., Mr. J. Millen, gardener to tbo Marquis of Donigal; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dis- franchised by tbe first Reform BilL The late Lord married, in 1821, Jane, daughter of Mr. William Thoyts, of Sulhampstead, Berkshire, by whom he had issue two daughters and five sons. The title and estates now devolve on his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barnsley, Yorkshire, May 26. June 23. Sols, Pocock and Wilkin, Bartholemew Close , and Mr. Mence. Barnsley. THOMAS NASH, grocer. Sulhampstead Banister, Berkshire, May 26. June 23. Sols. Mr. Weedon, Reading; and Mr. Hill, Copt- hall Court, Throg morton Street. Subscribers-only content

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