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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Eling

    called the son of Katherine de Testwood , was in possession of land at Testwood in 1329 , 87 and in 1358 -9 John son of William de Testwood sold the manor of Testwood to Sir Thomas West . 88

    Parishes Minstead

    Andrew de Minstead who was about this time, according to an undated charter, granting out adjoining lands to Guy de Testwood . 9 At the time of the Testa de Nevill Reginald de Bettesthorne, who also evidently held the portion

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Nunnaminster ( Abbey of St Mary , Winchester )

    Dyamunda daughter of Richard de Sutton in 1320 ( Winton . Epis. Reg., Asserio, f. 1); the same for Joan Testwood in 1367 (ibid. Wykeham , iii. f. 10b). Dugdale's Monasticon , ii. 452. Cat. of Papal Petitions , i.

    Parishes Brockenhurst

    later, 17 leaving as co-heirs his two sisters, Maud wife of John de Grimsted and Catherine married to Richard de Testwood . The former inherited the manor of Brockenhurst , and her husband John de Grimsted was holding it at

    Parishes Nursling

    and other fish to the value of £40. John Goldsmith , who was at this time holding the manor of Testwood on a nine years' lease from Sir Thomas West , asserted that the fishery in the Test between 'Asshedych'

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1596-31 December 1596

    455. Terra Firma . See Tierra Firma. Tertole , islands of, 243, 244, 275, 276, 366. Tesseling , , 276. Testwood (Terstwood), co. Hants., letters dated at, 354, 357. Tether , John, 54. Tewkesbury , 310. Thackeston (Thaxton), Mr., 141.

    Treasury Calendar, May 1696, 15-31, 16 May 1696-30 May 1696

    Colonel Edward Leigh, his executors, etc., of the sum of 500 l . bequeathed by his sister, Margaret Leigh, of Testwood, County Southampton, spinster, deceased, by her will dated 1690, Dec. 25, to Edward, Lord Griffin, who stands outlawed for

    Index, T

    Christopher, goldsmith, 957, 1034. -, John, servant of the chancellor, 317, 378. Terstwode. See Testwood. Tery. See Terry. Teste , Laurence, gentleman, of Gloucester, 75. Testwood , Terstwode [in Eling parish, co. Southampton ] , manor, 1182. Tethersham , Tethresham. Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 516, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    but are not sequestered within co. Southampton. In all 19 names; amongst others Lord Henry Paulet, Sir Richd. Norton of Testwood, Sir Henry Clarke of Avington, Sir Edw. Richards of New Marwell, Sir John Mill of Bury, and Sir Rich. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 January 1648-31 January 1649

    Royalists town taken Castle taken Governor of. See Powell, Col. Rice. Tenitus , Henry, petition of Terrington , parsonage of Testwood Texts , collection of Thames , the river boats on, to be searched for arms care to be taken Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an advanced age. On the 2nd inst. of consuTnptisn, aged 20 years, Fanny Elizan beth, eldest daughter of Sic Edward and Lady Knatchbull. On the Ist inst., at Testwood house, the Right Iion.j Wiiiaji Sturges Boutrne, in his 76th year. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, small wavre dealer. (Hodg-on and A Birminghaom.-J McClure, Sae, Cheshire, general merchant. (Sale and Manchester. Dividenals.-Nev. 11, J Haddon, Testwood Mills, Ealing, Southasm miller-Nov. 11, J Chat man, Seven Oats, Kent, grocer-Nov. I1, H H Pa Trafalgar road, East Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fullwoll, 4.16; May Handicap, 4.~ v. Richmond, 5.15. ______- Ise Ates.vxnat.-Iloyal Letter colt, 3Vhitebine, Dornilaes Luo, Il Gray, Tacitus, Plutarch, Testwood, Warrior, Lady Rwereo,`Sc nu P ir s aitolina, Glrofle, Scales, Crostfire fil, LX ,'V in Relief, Jingling Johnny, Rentlaned. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    400 sos's l0ib extra ; other winners lit eatra, Five furlongs. YC ifa Lord Alington's e by Prince Mir. Hunt's Testwood Qr ths Charlie-Fromage I Mr. Hunt's Sierra MI Mr. Brewer's f by Petrarch- Olr. Manton's fitourbridge I .rc- Knee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. P lunt's f by auaes.Oam- 'sit Mr. Cannon's Sallyport (50) Ammonia (.50) MlAr. Cannon's Christnasa Pie (50) Mr. Hunt's Testwood (100) lie3 Lord Downs's f by Ambergris- Mr. Moon's Rose Diamond (50) ale. Ilagmipe (50) Mr. Nigliting-all's Vanljohn (50) Subscribers-only content

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