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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Bicester

    consequence he had fled, but afterwards repented and returned; the canon denied that he gave such counsel. 16 When Dr. Tregonwell visited Bicester in 1535 he reported that the prior looked well after his house and his brethren and all

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Wroxton

    19 In 1535 the net income, allowing nothing for repairs, was £79, and the next year the house was dissolved. Tregonwell reported in 1535 that 'the prior was a good husband but rude and unlearned, et qualis pater tales filii

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Athelney

    On 4 November 1535 490 Robert Hamblyn, the abbot, wrote to Cromwell to inform him of the visit of Dr. Tregonwell and to express his joy that the house had been found ' yn metely good order.' The visitor had

    Parishes Stapleford

    Richard died owning 115 a. in 1751 . 124 His successors Richard and Tregonwell Collier, probably brothers, owned after inclosure 65 a. and 95 a. 125 Tregonwell left his land c . 1821 to Richard's sons, 126 who between 1825

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Oseney

    may be concluded that for the subsidy of 1526 certain properties were exempt, perhaps house property in Oxford . Drs. Tregonwell and Layton visited Oseney in September, 1535 , and gave injunctions that no canon should leave the precincts for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TREGONWELL, Sir John (by 1498-1565), of Milton Abbas, Dorset.

    he married (probably as his second wife) the widow of a Dorset squire Tregonwell linked himself with some of the county’s leading families.[footnote]As a master in Chancery Tregonwell was four times commissioned to hear cases in the chancellor’s stead, in

    TREGONWELL, John (1632-82), of Anderson, Dorset and Fernditch Lodge, Broad Chalk, Wilts.

    TREGONWELL, John (1632-82), of Anderson, Dorset and Fernditch Lodge, Broad Chalk, Wilts. Constituency Dates Corfe Castle 1659 Corfe Castle 1660 Corfe Castle 1661 Corfe Castle Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. Dorset Mar. 1660-d.; commr. for assessment, Dorset Aug. 1660-80,

    LEWIS, David (by 1520-84), of London and Abergavenny, Mon.

    Oxford civilian Sir John Tregonwell, and in his native shire he was shortly to purchase lands in Abergavenny from one of his immediate precursors, James Gunter, whose cousin Richard Gunter of Oxford was an associate of Tregonwell and a friend,

    SOUTHCOTE, John II (1510/11-85), of London and Witham, Essex.

    civilian John Tregonwell, who joined him in the House in the autumn of 1553: on that occasion Southcote had in his fellow-Member David Lewis, a colleague of Tregonwell and perhaps already a friend of his own. If Tregonwell was Southcote’s

    STRODE, John (1524-81), of Parnham, Dorset.

    Privy Council praised him for his ‘great travail’ in 1580, when he and others had been examining the recusant, Lady Tregonwell. Strode died 2 Sept. 1581, leaving £1,400 in money to his children, and appointing Henry Coker overseer. His eldest

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