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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Turville

    the western border and at Turville Heath midway between them. There is an elementary school at North End and a Primitive Methodist chapel at Turville Heath . To the west of the Heath stands Turville Park , the property of

    Parishes Weston Turville

    Parishes Weston Turville WESTON TURVILLE Weston, xi cent.; Weston Turville , xiii cent. The parish of Weston Turville contains 2, 3231/4 acres of land, 1 of which rather more than 1,070 are arable, the rest, with the exception of about

    Parishes Fulbrook

    de Turville , who mortgaged it to Aaron the Jew some time before the death of that great financier in 1186 . 41 His son predeceased him and in 1217 Maud de Hastings , widow of William de Turville the

    Parishes Corhampton

    Turville family in the thirteenth century, and perhaps earlier. At about this time David Turville was lord, 118 and at the beginning of the thirteenth century the manor belonged to William Turville , passing on his death to Maurice

    Parishes Lee

    from the Turvilles as measne lords. He was succeeded by Geoffrey de Turville , clerk, 8 the brother of William de Turville , who was lord of Weston Turville 9 at the close of the 12th century. Geoffrey granted Lee

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOYLEY, Robert (c.1542-77), of Greenlands, Bucks.

    him are as a country gentleman, active in local affairs. In 1569 he inherited several manors in Hambledon, Fawley and Turville, Buckinghamshire-‘a clear third part’ of his father’s property, including the family seat of Greenlands on the bank of the

    BRYAN, John (d.1418), of London.

    his extensive holdings outside the capital. At the time of his death, he owned land in Bedlow, Chisbridge, Hambleden and Turville in Buckinghamshire, rents in the parish of Stanwell in Middlesex, and both rents and land in the Essex manors

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I ",I'UESDAY'S LONDON GAZEITE .E BANt'{RUP'rCY ENLARGED. WX. Hlenick, Dislaff-lae, London, gar-baker, fsornaUg. 9 t. Sept.,27. 1 BANKRUPTS. J. '\1 ileH East-treet, Finshutry-market, BIewer. Attornevy C M jlarkcr, Bishp snatstlect Witbc~kt. J. 'Warner, Kilby-brilgIe, L eicestershire, limo and coOrniercViflfntl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. lnOw-SSPtriwT. . PnImATE TrFA.TRICe LS -O Tttestlay a wVa rmp oneranilz wter and altresses, vitdb the entire audience of a r laitre, were bWrilitl before tde Ben ch-i~havie been appieicadred ntj Ionbse ill ULTer (1.r - street, Marv- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Novemher 13. WHITEHrALL, Nov. 12.-The King has been pleased to nominate and appoint Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Codrinaton, Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Military Order ofthe Bath, to be a Knight Grand Cross of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    apoplexy, and that his life was in imminent danger. ILLNESS OF THE LORD CHEANCELLoR.-The accounts which have been received, from Turville Padt in the cbifrse of the weekjrepresentthe noble and learned Lord as daily improving in health and strength, though Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -13th Fo tt: Ens. J, F. Jaesj iflom tltC 4t1 Foot, to be Eus., 2vahout p., Nice Adair, prom ;..O Turville, Gent, to be Ens., without p.-17th Foot: Lieut, ' -IT. Dyer, to be Adj.. vice Roger Swire, who resigns Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 March 1756, 16 March 1756

    in the County " of Wilts, and the Road from thence to join the Turn- " pike Road at Atlon Turville in the County of GIou- fi after, and alfo the Road from Tetbury in the faid " County, through Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1756, 22 March 1756

    " bury, in the CouHty of Wilts, and the Road from " thence to join the Turnpike Road at Aa.cn Turville " in the County of Gloucefier, and alfo the Road from " Tetbury in the faid County, through Malmsbury Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1756, 23 March 1756

    Town of Malmfbury, in the County of Wilts, and the Road from thence to join the Turnpike Road at Aclon Turville in the County of Gloucefier, and alfo the Road from Tetbury in the faid County, through Malmfbury aforefaid, to Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1756, 15 April 1756

    Town of Malmfbury, in the County of Wilts, and the Road from thence to join the Turnpike Road at ASlon Turville in the County of Gloucefier, and alfo the Road from Tetbury in the faid County, through Malmfbury aforefaid, to Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1756, 15 April 1756

    Malmflury, in the County of Wilts, and " the Road from thence to join the Turnpike Road at " Aäon Turville in the County of Gloucejier, and alfo " the Road from Teibury in the faid County, through " Malmfiury Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Archer John Langley, 22/12/1822

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 63650 Linked to person: Langley, Archer John 1822-1823 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Langley Forename Archer John Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 22/12/1822 Office/Status

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    How a Cabinet secret leaked out, and the result., 1899

    to what was coming, he would have been more reticent. Evidently the strings were being pulled by his Private Secretary, Turville , who was in full accord with Sir George Cartier 's views, and who married Lady Lisgar after Lord Subscribers-only content

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