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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Turkdean

    in Turkdean was at least 73 ha. (180 a.). 19 In 1086 twenty-five tenants were recorded in Turkdean , twenty of them on the estate at Upper Turkdean . 20 Seventeen inhabitants of Upper Turkdean and seven of Lower Turkdean

    Parishes Hazleton

    the land in Turkdean , was acquired a little later by Mrs. Ray (d. 1986 ) and was sold by her daughter and successor Diana Ray to Mr. S. L. Winwood of Lower Dean Manor , Turkdean . 162 The

    Editorial note

    Frith of Gloucester , E. Hulton of Turkdean , T. R. Handy of Lower Hampen , T. Jackson of Sevenhampton , Mrs. D. Mellor of Withington , members of the Mustoe family of Turkdean , Mr. J. W. Stevens of

    Parishes Notgrove

    of the old road between the church and the Turkdean road was closed to the public in 1910 during the creation of the park south of the village. 41 The Turkdean road , running northsouth through the paris h, was

    Bradley hundred Fig. 1. BRADLEY HUNDRED 1845

    Stowell , and Upper Coberley , and Compton (later called Compton Abdale ), Hampnett , Hazleton, Yanworth , Salperton , Turkdean (as two estates), Winson , and an unnamed manor in Crown hands which is assumed to have been the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. JOHN, Oliver II (c.1545-1618), of Standfordbury and Bletsoe, Beds.

    Essex and Southampton 1601. Biography Although St. John’s wife brought him four Gloucestershire manors, and his father bequeathed him Nether Turkdean and other lands in Gloucestershire, he made his chief residence Stanfordbury, which he had purchased in 1564; the parish

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 November 1724, 19 November 1724

    Vol. XXII. Upon reading the Petition of Dame Elizabeth Banafl Lady E; ire, Widow of Sir William Banaflre late of Turkdean In S^' the County of Glocefier Knight, deceafed, and John }vAgei'. Hamilton and Jane his Wife, Alexander Hamilton, Jane Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1724, 2 December 1724

    of ^j judges to whom the Petition of Dame Elizabeth ite-for a nafire, Widow of Sir William BanaJIre late of Turkdean in the County of Glocefler Knight, deceafed, and others, was referred ; praying Leave to bripg in a Bill, Subscribers-only content

    11 January 1724, 11 January 1725

    ty- hiittees to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for verting6'11" " in Truftees the Manors of Hafilton and Turkdean, in " the County of Gloccfier, late the Eftate of Sir William " Banafire Knight, deceafed, to be fold, Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1724, 17 February 1725

    Bill i To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for vefting v in Truftees the Manors of Hafilton and Turkdean, in " the County of Gloucefier, late the Eftate of Sir Wil- " Ham Banaftre Knight, deceafed, to be Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1724, 17 February 1725

    ^m] Ciceftrie^ Epus. Briftol. '" 11. An Aft for vefting in Truftees the Manors of Epus. Landav: i( Hafilton and Turkdean, in the County of Gloucefier, late " the Eftate of Sir William Banafire Knight, deceafed; " to be fold, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doubloon Maud colt Slianhos Doctor Wilson Merry Monk Standard Daisy Lady Middleton Troubadour Frailty Madame St. GermalnaTom Feitullagh Odd Fellow Turkdean Greenhorn Patchwork Tinderbox Havwksaw Peter-no-Go Vulcan Juryman Primrose Vavasour Kingdsher Q C. Westiander Luck's All Bam bler OReIMl OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three miles. Erg, 5 yra Albion, 5 yrs Owen Roe, aged Sir Robert, 4 yrs Toby, 5 yrs Rivets, aged Turkdean, aged Midnight, aged Liquid Gem (h b), aged Cardsharper, aged Morning Star (J b), ; yrs Clara Bell, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Eastcote, aged 66 years Freder it , John Hornoby, second son of the late Rev. George EHorshby. Vicar of Turkdean, Gloucestershire. Will beinterred at123l0onSiatirr e at Hampton-in-Arden. a RouND.-On the 20th inst., at Powick, near Worcester, ased o5 years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as , `PtxsDowy Ist'; nuncrojis ibis COTTAGLSES and onral aL olfdioagr.,coraprisiiug nearyiF te toriires Vil lages ,f- HaTleten and Uppier Turkdean, and embracing the MANORS of Tairksdean and Harleton. The Farmns include some good Partridge by Lnndteeaeabout S0 Acres if Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and MEADOW of Is.. 1sjt. 121s. adjoining. I Lots 6, 7, and t.-levcn. COTTAGES and Gardens, in the Village el Turkdean. LOT 9,-A FRtEEHOLT) and Tithea Free AGRICULTURAL ES~TATE. inown as "Tog bit-eros. Fxaeso,' situate in the parish of Hacleton, Subscribers-only content

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