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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Minchinhampton Churches

    , Richard Alkeryngton, a doctor of theology. 76 William Gyan, instituted in 1445 , 77 also held the chapel of Tockington in 1460 when he was dispensed to acquire another living in addition. 78 Gilbert Bourne , later bishop of

    Parishes North Ockendon

    Margaret. 44 She held the manor until her death in 1390 or 1391, when it passed to Poyntz Poyntz of Tockington (Glos.) in right of his wife Eleanor who was probably the granddaughter of William son of Baldwin . 45

    Littledean

    Swift 66 and was operated from 1674 by Ephraim Sansom of Blackmore 's Hale , descended to Thomas Heane of Tockington , who in 1679 sold it to Thomas Pyrke . 67 The mill was in use in 1785 68

    Index K-Z

    (Mon.) , abbey, fishing weirs of, manors and estates, Tiptoft : Eliz., see Greyndour John, earl of Worc., Tirley , Tockington , Tomkins : (later Tomkins Machen ), Edw., Eliz., see Machen Thos., Townley : John, Peregrine, trades unions ,

    Index A - K

    Gloucester , ctss. of, see Bohun, E. Gloucester , dukes of, see Humphrey; Richard; Woodstock Gloucestershire , 17 and see Tockington Gobion : Jn., 35, 69 Ric., 69 fam., 34 Godden , Abraham, 78 Godeston : Alice, m. Jn. Elton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POYNTZ, Sir Nicholas (c.1528-85), of Iron Acton, Glos.

    monastery of Kingswood. The Berkeleys, who owned land at Ozleworth and Tockington, sold him part of their estates there, and for a time in 1584 he was living at Tockington Lodge. Before his death at Iron Acton on 1 Sept.

    POYNTZ, Sir John (c.1560-1633), of Iron Acton, Glos.

    occasions, in 1601, 1609 and 1619, he was outlawed or imprisoned for debt. In 1609 he sold the manor of Tockington, part of his patrimony, for £2,700, but only three years later he was said to owe more than £10,000,

    POYNTZ, Robert (1359-1439), of Iron Acton, Glos.

    Biography Pons, the progenitor of the Poyntz family, came to England with the Conqueror. His descendants held the manors of Tockington (Gloucestershire) and Cory Malet (Somerset) and were summoned to Parliament as barons from 1295 until the direct male line

    BERKELEY, Sir John I (1352-1428), of Beverstone castle, Glos.

    in 1352, when John was no more than a baby, arranged for his inheritance of the Berkeley manors of Beverstone, Tockington, Over, Compton Greenfield, King’s Weston, Woodmancote and Syde in Gloucestershire, ‘Cernecote’, Chelworth, ‘Caldecote’ and ‘Bere Revell’ in Wiltshire, and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T

    duty on, 339. James I refers to, 394. licences to sell, 442. Tockington (Tokington), [Gloucs. ] , letter dated at, 179. Tokens , see Coinage. Tokington , see Tockington. Tomkins , Captain, letter from, 462. Tomson , John, 311. Tooker

    Index, T, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Nic., 3529. Tobylfyd . See Turbervyle. Toche . See Tosso. Tochemarche . See Techemarche. Tockenham (Tokenham), Wilts, g. 94 (35). Tockington (Tokynton), Glouc., 438 (2 m. 10). Tocoste . See Totofte. Tocotes , Wm., g. 1083 (34). Todd , George,

    Introduction

    highways instead. Finchley reported an endowment for a priest 'if the king's majesty's laws will suffer it' ( 157 ). Tockington free chapel in Harrow parish had already been surrendered to Henry VIII ( 162 ). But there are few

    Chantry Certificate, 1548, Middlesex

    to Richard Redyng. Clear remainder 7s 5d p.a. Memorandum: 'Within the said parish of Harrow is a free chapel called Tockington (Toddyngton) chapel, distant 2 miles from the said church, whereunto belongeth certain lands and tenements and the same chapel;

    Charles II, November 1673, 01 November 1673-30 November 1673

    No . 178. ] Nov. 7. Warrant to John Sumner, messenger, to search for and seize Thomas Coxe, husbandman, of Tockington, co. Gloucester, and Thomas and William Barrett of Bristol, informed against as clippers and coiners, and to bring them Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YoungLady is WA'N TED, asATCED PUPIL, in a, Vin- LIirhing School on the South Cat em moderats.-Andrase F.lt, Feet Uf13ce, Tockington, Seost 1341 63 DIL9TON.-WANTRD, inmmediately, in a select Ladies' Day MLolcool, an Articled PUPIL -The knowledge of Mutsic do. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    llMadcley, both Salop, boot and shoo mcanufactlurer. C. ALtsCoH lnEI , Angel Plrce, St. Nicholas, Worcester, licensed victualler. Ii (AtEInLcL, Tockington in Olveston, Gloncestershire, farner. C. Msusmrr, iawvkesbury, Gloucuestesilro, farmler. J. A. IALe., Co'ston Street, Bristol, and of Richmond Road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eln of trust; good. referatoces.-Address,_ 899, 7DaIly Prost. Ml C!HOEING-SUITITL--Situation Wanmted, as Doorman. Good refer' Ii ences. Age 24.-W. Edmonds, Tockington, Almondsbnry, Gioncesterabire. cC4=t mAILOR (practicl Seeks Sitution as Cotter or Trimmer and TL Trouser Cater able to cut military Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    smn lll, witan a sc-ue- what rougb, light shell. Sonwe pecrins io the neighbour- hood recollect a similar oczuireuce at Tockington, a few miles distant, about forty eas se gro. Anot ler soniewhst remarkable affair has recenltly l,reen noticed near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the llon. C. Berkeley, Sir John Paul, Bart., J. Walters, Esq. Purnell Purttell. Esq., Joiner Ellis, Esq., Rev. Mfr. Ciriton, Tockington ; Messrs. Clifford, Waterfall, Cliffbrd, Howard, -lobsoni, Hartley, and many others whom we could not particnlarize. The hounds threw Subscribers-only content

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