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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tidworth , South

    Parishes Tidworth , South SOUTH TIDWORTH Tedorde, Todeorde (xi cent.); Thodeworth, Thudeworth (xiii cent., & c.); Suthtudeword, Suthtudeworthe, & c. (xiv cent.); South Tedeworth (xv cent.). The parish of South Tidworth (sometimes spelt Tedworth) lies in a corner of the

    Parishes North Tidworth

    Parishes North Tidworth NORTH TIDWORTH North Tidworth village 1 is 13.5 km. WNW. of Andover ( Hants ) on the eastern edge of Salisbury Plain . 2 It seems that a large estate called Tidworth had been fragmented by 1066


    provide land for military training. In 1994 the Ministry of Defence owned c . 26,000 a. of the two hundreds. Tidworth , Bulford , and Larkhill army camps were built and Amesbury and Ludgershall , each of which had a

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    ; Clatford , Upper; Fyfield ; Grately; Kimpton ; Knight's Enham; Monxton ; Penton Mewsey ; Quarley ; Thruxton ; Tidworth , South; Weyhill with Penton Grafton 1 Alterations have been made in this hundred since 1831. Upper Clatford and

    Parishes Over Wallop

    the Norman lord of the manor in the 12 th century, Matthew de Poteria. The ruined water-mill, of which John Tidworth died seised in 1362 , was held of Sir Thomas Courtenay , lord of Wallop Moyles, and probably stood

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,- ';..t ~'i/'..s ,; tOVDONr q4.7Z, TE, Tueaday, June It ,DANKRUEIIrS. i ' It SH7PWAY Thomas, now or late of 'Tidworth Warxe rar'aeu, - inthe county of Hfintts, sheep dealer, d. c.,to tr ruhg 06 !Julyotgs at Ift,,at tule .Wlite- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park Lane, London, from Witlhy Court, Worcester. shire. Lord Broughton has arrived at his residence in Berkeley Square, London, from Tidworth, Wilts. ManuriaGu Ax WseroTe1SSTr. AnBr-r.-The mar- riagh of Lady Adelaide Feulding, daughter of the Earl of Deabigh, vith Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eleho and family do not intend to return from Cannes till Easter. Lord Broughton is entertaining a select party at Tidworth, Wilts. The christening of the infant son of the Hon. regiuald and iMrs. Saclxiilie.West took place on MNonday at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other proctors wore their h.,ods. 'ice othcr i bishops consecrated were the Ret. J. F. Turner, late Rlector ot ?;orth Tidworth, who has heen ap- pJointed to the Australian Bishopric of Grafton and Armadale; and the Rev. T. T. Li Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto; Mir. H. Ball, near Andover, ditto; Mr. H. Moundy, ditto; Mlr. Mr. Blatch, near Salisbury, Wilts, Mr. J. Mills, Tidworth, ditto; MIr. T. Harrison, Hipdon, ditto; AMr. J. Tanner, near Newbury, Berks; Sir. T. Lanfier, liungerford, ditto; AMr. W. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Michaell Vaughan, 29/5/1613

    CCEd Record ID: 106554 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Vaughan Forename Michaell Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 29/5/1613 Office/Status Rector Location Tidworth// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/53 (Exhibit Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment

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