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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Guildford Borough, manors, churches and charities

    between three running greyhounds sable with golden collars . From this date the manor followed the descent of Poyle in Tongham for some years. In 1410 John de la Poyle conveyed the reversion after his death to Robert Warner ,

    Parishes Stoke juxta Guildford

    WOODBRIDGE . This tenement was held of the family of La Poyle , 32 who had lands in Guildford and Tongham . The earliest tenant seems to have been Thomas de Woodbridge , who was holding about 1264; Juliana his

    Stanwell MANORS.

    by 1423 it had reverted to the Poyle family and passed from John Poyle to his grandson Robert. 1 Like Tongham manor (Surr.), also held by the Poyles, 2 it passed to John Gaynesford who held it in 1452 and

    Parishes Ash

    Sir Thomas White in 1609 . 57 From that date it seems to have followed the descent of Poyle in Tongham . It is now a farm. CHURCHES The church of ST. PETER ASH consists of two parts, an old

    Index K-Z

    Tollit , Wm., Tolson (or Dash) , Anne, n , Tomlin , Jerrard, Tompion , Thos., clockmaker, Tompkins , Pet., Tongham (Surr.) , man., Took's Court , see London , City of Torbay ( Devon ) , Torrington Square ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1502-1504, 01 January 1502-31 December 1504

    their heirs and assigns. The like of Poyle manor in Tongham and 100 a . land, 40 a . meadow, 50 a . pasture and 60 a . wood in Tongham, Sele and Aysshe co. Surrey. Dated 31 Jan., 18 Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, November 1535, 11-20, 11 November 1535-20 November 1535

    Thomas Leper, 15th; Edmond Welman, 19th and 30th; and Ric. Fowler, 30th. September. Obligations for discharge: From London, Wm. van Tongham, servant of Jakes due Priour, 5th; Herry Johnson for Thomas Braye, 14th; John Assheman for Jakes due Pryour, 14th;

    Index, T

    , Tompson. See Thomson. Tomworth. See Tamworth. Tomyowe , Thomas, L.L.D., 146. Tonbridge , Tunbrige, Tunneb redge, Kent, 10, 822. Tongham [in Seale ] , Surrey, Poyle manor in, 281, 722. Toomer , Thomer [in Henstridge ] , Som., 19. Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, May 1695, 1-5, 01 May 1695-05 May 1695

    1 0 0 ditto, payable by the inhabitants of Hatley [Hadley ] 0 1 0 ditto, payable by ditto of Tongham 0 1 0 ditto, payable by ditto of Farnborough 0 1 0 ditto out of a tenement in Abington

    Index, S, T, U, V, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    799, 885. -, -, letters from, 399, 885. Tomyow , Ric., letters from, 132 3, 415. Tong , , 951. Tongham , Wm. van, 830. Tonlieu of Zealand , 749. Tonys . See Tunis. Tooles , the. See Tholes. Topcliff

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POYLE, Sir Thomas de la (1342-1401), of Hampton Poyle, Oxon.

    la Poyles could trace their ownership of the manor of Hampton Poyle and of various properties in Surrey (at Guildford, Tongham and Cudworth in Newdigate), back to the 13th century. Sir Henry de la Poyle died overseas in December 1359,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Palmer. Newcaatle-nnder.Lyae, Jan. 25, at 11. 2Iewcaotlc-under-Lyne R. Rbead, Audley. beerseller, Jan. 28, at 11, Neaweastle-ander-Lyne F. Rickards, Pen., Tongham, coal merchant, Jan. 20, at 3, Farnham T. F. Harris, Hatberton, thatcher. Jan. 25, at 12, Totnes J. Langdon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f in no injury to the lady concerned. Miss Alice Wood- roffe Chester, who was married on Saturday at t Tongham, Sunrrey, to Colonel De Wend, had a really 3 marvellous escape. The horses of the carriage in t which, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before their force was nearly sufficiently con- centrated. The brigade was kept waiting for an hour and a- half at Tongham, when the railway bridge was supposed to have been broken by the defending force, and to require that time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Major-General Egerton, Major Wood, Colonel Mackenzie, Lieutenant-Col. Midtlleton, &c.-left the Pavilion, and took the road to the Hog's Back, through Tongham, which was the rendezvous for the foreign officers attending the maneovres. 'bThe morning was misty-a kindI of grey warm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sick and giddy; and ha was robbed of his gold' watch and chaid;sd-- 16 in Bank 'of England notes. Mir. Tongham' desired the prosecutor to state partti colarly bow he lost his money. Mr. lintehinson said -he -was per- feotly Subscribers-only content

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