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You searched for: Place: Tregonwell, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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

    Parishes Flamstead

    1537 -8 to John Tregonwell , LL .D., 55 but in 1539 Henry VIII , wishing to obtain Sir Richard Page 's manor of Molesey, gave him this manor in exchange, 56 and turned out Tregonwell , who had already

    Parishes Potterne

    redeemed in 1358 . 64 About the middle of the 16th century the manor was leased to Sir John Tregonwell . Tregonwell subleased to Aldam Lambe of Coulston , whose heir was his son Auncell. On the death of Auncell

    Christchurch ( Christchurch Twyneham) Introduction, castle and manors

    to his only sister and heir Jane, widow of John Tregonwell . Already, however, Jane must have held the manor in lease, since in 1679 she and her husband John Tregonwell were holding the court of the manor and in

    Parishes Kilton

    in 1666 : Thomas died while still a minor in 1670 ; Francis died in 1690 , leaving a son Tregonwell , who died under age and childless in 1703 ; and Col. Alexander Luttrell . Alexander was succeeded in

    Marston Magna Marston Magna in 1838

    St. Barbe (d. 1799) settled his estates on his daughter Catherine (d. 1794) for her marriage to Lewis Dymock Grosvenor Tregonwell . 24 In 1814 half the manor was settled on Catherine's daughter Helen for her marriage to John Duff

    Parishes East and West Molesey

    him in exchange the nunnery of St. Giles in the wood, Flamstead , Herts , from which he ejected John Tregonwell to make room for Page, much to the former's indignation. 64 The king gave Sir Richard lands in exchange

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Glastonbury

    advowson of Nettleton in Wiltshire , regretting at the same time that he could not give him Batcombe since Dr. Tregonwell had already got it for a friend. 425 The Act of April 1539 had given into the king's hands

    The liberty of Westover with Holdenhurst and Bournemouth INDEX MAP TO THE LIBERTY OF WESTOVER

    sea air, that the town owes its origin. In 1810 the first house was built by Mr. L. D. G. Tregonwell , who is styled upon his tomb in St. Peter's churchyard 'the founder of Bournemouth .' It now forms

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Abingdon

    , the round sum of £600-equal to at least £6,000 of our money- was paid by royal warrant to Doctors Tregonwell and Petre 'to be spent by them to bring about the dissolution of the monastery of Abingdon .' 73

    Parishes Chilmark

    granted with the manor to Sir William Herbert in 1544 , and the grantor of the turn in which John Tregonwell presented in that year 244 may have been Wilton abbey or the Crown. Herbert, then earl of Pembroke ,

    Index A-Z

    1530), 210; Kath., 210; Ric, 210; (Sir) Rob. ( fl . 1428), 210; Rob. (s. of Wm.), 210; Rog., 210; Tregonwell , 210; Walt., 189; Wm. ( fl . 1643), 210; Wm. (s. of Wm.), 210 Frances , le, Ralph,

    Index A - Z

    231, 233 Hen. (d. 1933), 231 Ric. (d. 1751), 231 Ric. (fl. 1812), 231 Sarah, m. Jn. Peter Allix, 230 Tregonwell , 231, 233 Wm. (d. 1787), vicar of Stapleford and of Swaffham Bulbeck , 230, 235 Wm. (d. 1935),

    Ecclesiastical history

    21/2 d .; the four larger houses were Thame , Oseney, Eynsham , and Godstow . The report of John Tregonwell to Cromwell , who employed him as visitor of the Oxfordshire houses in 1535 , shows that their state

    Parishes Martock The Church of All Saints , Martock

    1764 , and in 1781 he settled it in marriage on his daughter Catherine and Lewis Dymock Grosvenor Tregonwell . In 1811 Tregonwell and his son St. Barbe sold it to Robert Leach (d. 1837) of Witcombe , and Leach's

    Victoria County History

    watchmaking tramway , 192 trees (less common), see conifers; Douglas fir; Norway spruce; sycamore; Tollard Royal : Larmer tree; Wellingtonias Tregonwell , John, 123 Tregoze : John, 62, 188 Rob. (d. c . 1214), 187 Rob. (d. 1265), 187 Sibyl,

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