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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Miserden Local government

    were merely formal, electing a constable and a tithingman, who was occasionally described as the tithingman for Througham in Bisley . 51 Througham was apparently considered a tithing of Wishanger at that time but the origin of the connection has

    Edgeworth Local government

    hundred court. 38 Tenants at Westwood in the Middle Ages presumably attended the court of the Abbot of Cirencester for Througham manor. 39 The parish had two churchwardens from the 16th century 40 but none of their early records nor

    Bisley Manors and other estates

    land at Througham to Hardwin of Througham who in return quitclaimed to Robert the service from one yardland there. Hardwin was proceeding against Robert for the observance of the agreement c . 1200. 6 Hardwin's son, Richard of Througham ,

    Bisley Local government

    court papers, and a court book cover the period 1675-1838 . 56 The abbots of Cirencester held a court for Througham manor and its members in the early 16th century, 57 and profits of court, amounting to only 12 d

    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    in 1291 the abbey's tenants at Througham owed a rental of 27 s . 11½d. 34 In 1540 there were 8 free tenements in the Cliveshale area of Througham manor and 2 tenements at Througham ; the yardland at Tunley

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KING, Matthew (by 1520-66 or later), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    Milbourne and Thornhill, and in 1552 he received the manor of Througham, Gloucestershire, with lands there and at Bisley, from Sir James Stumpe†, who was King’s fellow-Member in 1555. Througham was alienated to John Richman ten years later and in

    STUMPE, John (c.1525-1600), of Malmesbury, Wilts.

    the ex-priory of Longbridge, near Berkeley, in his father’s native county; he also acquired from Matthew King the manor of Througham which had once been his father’s, but this he soon parted with.[footnote]It was during these years that there came

    STUMPE, Sir James (by 1519-63), of Malmesbury and Bromham, Wilts.

    In November 1552 Stumpe had bought from Northumberland four Wiltshire manors.[footnote]Four days before this transaction Stumpe sold the manor of Througham and lands at Bisley, in the Gloucestershire Cotswolds, to Matthew King, a Malmesbury clothier whose daughter married Stumpe’s younger

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, T, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    802 (58) II. g. 241 (30). Throkemorton . See Throgmerton. Throkmarton . See Throgmerton. Throssher , Thos., I. p. 555. Througham , Glouc., I. g. 981 (56). Thrower (Throwar), Thos., keeper of Ludgate prison, I. 52, 72, 312 ("Robert" T.).

    Henry VIII, September 1544, 26-30, 01 September 1544-30 September 1544

    22. Thos. Strowde, Walter Erie and Jas. Pagett t o Wm. Compton. Manor of Througham, Glouc, and all possessions of the late mon. of Circencester in Througham, Clyssale, Westwood, Tonley, Frampton and Okeringe Glouc (13th ) P . 17. m

    Henry VIII, April 1544, 26-30, 01 April 1544-30 April 1544

    in Craneham alias Craneham Superior, Glouc., within the lordship of Througham, Glouc. Cirencester mon .; and in Brokethorp, Glouc. Lanthony priory ; and in Westrode within the lordship of Througham. Cirencester. P . 5, m . 19. The same to

    Henry VIII, July 1543, 26-31, 01 July 1543-31 July 1543

    lordship of Througham, Glouc., which belonged to Cirencester mon.; lands in tenure of Edw. Warren in Brokethorpe, Glouc., which belonged to Lanthony priory, Glouc.; lands in tenure of Thos. Lovewaye and others in Westrode within the lordship of Througham, Glouc.,

    Henry VIII, Grants in July, 01 July 1538-31 July 1538

    of Beaulieu, also a close called (blank) lying near the great close of Beaulieu and the three chapels of Boverey, Througham and St. Leonard's, within the limits [of ] the said great close; with reservation of the rectory and advowson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    enny Cerapton Wharf (at 10). 3 COT~raOr (at 11.-This day, November 11, Coombe Eill; Wednesday, 13, Piston Wood; Saturday, 16, Througham. Coveweno, Nonrn.-Teesday, November 12, lltinchwick; Thursday, 14, Bretmorion; Saturday, 16, The Sandy's Arms, WiTckhausford. - CorrEsitos (at 11)-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thursday, 14, Edgcott Village; Saturday, 16, Fenny Compton Wharf (at 10). CorSWOLD (at 11).-Wednesday, November 13, Dixton Wood; Satuirday, 16, 'Througham. CorseWoL1. NiarTE-This day, November 12, Hinch-wickt Thursday, 3.4, BIrutforton; Saturday, 16, The Sandys Arms, Wicklamford. IGoTrsnoas. (at 11).-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XeynelL BrCoxar (at 10).-Saturday, November 16, Fenny Compton Wharf. BUVErol (at 11J.-Saturday, November 16, Torrington. CorTWoLO (at 11).-Satlrday. November 16, Througham. CoTSWOLn, NoRTn (at 11)._urdayiovember16, The Saadvy Arms, Wlckhainford. CotI'r5o5 (at 11)-_saturday, November 16, Beaumont Chase. COoMeIt (at 11).-saturday, November Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COTSWOLD HOUNDs, at Eleuen.-Thia day, March 9, at rump Bottom; Wedneaday, March 11, at Shardington Villag; Saturday, March 14, at Througham. Lord CovENTAY'e HOUNDS WNorth Cotswold) at leren.- Tuesday, March 10, at Gutting Grange; Thursday, Maroh 12, at the Kennels; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COTSWOLD HOUNDS, at .Elevens.-This day, Nov. 30, at Coconib Hill ; Woednsday, Dee. 2, at Foss-Baidge; Saturday1 Dec. 5, at Througham. LOnD COV5NTIY'S HoUNDRm (North Cotswold), at Eileen.-- Tuesday, Dec. 1, at Ford Village; Saturday, Dlc, 5, at Spring Hill Subscribers-only content

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