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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Inkpen

    who presented Robert Brickenden in that year. 131 The advowson, however, passed with the manor of Titcomb until 1721, 132 and was probably, like Titcomb , sold by Francis Brickenden, for Richard Moseley presented R. Brickenden, D.D., in 1737 and

    Parishes Kintbury

    Ibid. Mich. 1 Jas. II. a Deeds penes Mrs. Dunn of Titcomb Manor . Feet of F. Berks . Hil. 56 Geo. III. a Inform, from Mrs. Dunn of Titcomb Manor ; Burke, Landed Gentry . Red Bk. of Exch

    Parishes Hungerford

    and 16 acres of land in Hungerford and Sandon to John de Hartridge , 167 owner of the manors of Titcomb in Kintbury and Haslewick in Inkpen . John sold these lands to Ralph de Farley in 1317 , 168

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVENTRE, William II, of Denford, Berks.

    only election to Parliament, in 1397, Chief Justice Clopton had assisted him to complete the purchase of the manor of Titcomb in Kintbury, Berkshire, together with the reversion of that of nearby Hartridge, and it was in this locality that

    BURTON, Sir Thomas (c.1369-1438), of Tolethorpe Hall and Little Casterton, Rutland.

    (which comprised the manors of Whitwell and Little Hambleton in Rutland), she received land in the three Berkshire villages of Titcomb, Hartridge and Haslewick as dower, together with rents in Belton (Rutland). Thomas’s two younger brothers also obtained gifts of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with\ others in a colnspracy to ulefrasd Albert Price and others P of thoe sum of £3. 5s. Mr. Caleb Titcomb, late manager n of the Grovesnor Bank, was charged on summonses at the instance of tho solicitor to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at- m ce, tention of the audience, alaers being reaa by Bilshop el son Bromley, the Bishop of Gibraltar, Biehop Titcomb, w ce, Dr. Biekcerstethi (Dean of Lichfleld), an(d otllers. - li ;he Dr. ihickersteth pointe. l out that, notwithstandmig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GLEANINGS. Swine fever bas brolcen out in the Doncaster district, The Cavendish Professorship of Experimental Physics at Cambridge University is vncant. 1N't a steam fire engine, it is stated, has yet been in operation in Italy, where the old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VII. ill Westrsinster Abbeh AcesD fleecpresent were the Archbislcop of York thist°,4 of Hereford, Newcastle, Rocicester, Caichostor Aet Saciratchewanl; Bisihops Titcomb, Perry, Celeille; tcI Dean of Westminster, and nmrny otleer promniseef (he - mnen. The celebratioec of tlhe Holy Communiosn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    induced to fit up the place al a supply goods, no money being paid to any of t y pearties. Titcomb even apesared to have obtained c - Y for prospectuses relating to the City acid SaUic ban Bank and Subscribers-only content

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