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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Broad Hinton Broad Hinton c. 1845

    parts of Bincknoll, Uffcott , and Broad Town passed to other owners in the 13th century or later. 81 Hay tithes from Broad Hinton and Uffcott were also part of the estate. 82 Rectorial tithes from Uffcott were replaced by

    Hospitals St John the Baptist and St Anthony , Calne

    £2 to it in 1267 . 5 It held a tenement and a virgate of land in the fields of Uffcott (in Broad Hinton ), at first of the B ohuns, and after 1274 of the Abbess of Lacock ,

    List of maps and plans

    1846 for the tithings of Broad Hinton and Bincknoll and for part of that of Broad Town , and for Uffcott on the inclosure map of 1797 in the Wiltshire Record Office 106 Mildenhall c . 1842, based on the

    List of maps

    of Elcombe , Overtown , Salthrop, and Westlecott ( 1846 ), and on maps of the townships of Elcombe and Uffcott in Broad Hinton ( 1797 ) and of the township of Wroughton ( 1795 ), all in the Wiltshire

    Kingsbridge hundred The hundred of Kingsbridge c. 1840

    land in Broad Hinton lay in Kingsbridge hundred in 1084 , this may have comprised the tithings of Bincknoll and Uffcott , but, if so, both tithings were subsequently transferred to Blackgrove hundred (see below). Tockenham , on the other

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, U, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (Uden), in Friuli, 3274. Uerehawen . See Veere. Ufculm , Devon, 438 (4 m. 14). Ufdale or Uffedale. See Uvedale. Uffcott (Uscote, Ufcote), Wilts [in Broad Hinton ] , g. 357 (15), 1221 (23). Uffington , Linc., 438 (3 m.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    among the specinens sent for exhibition. The first on the list was the beautiful heifer belonging to Mr. Brown, of Uffcott, near Swindon, No. 80, in class 11, wihichl obtained the first prize and gold and silver medal as the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gerford, one year four mo nths two wceks (Weed Country Downs), bred by exhibitor; 3rd, £5,, John Wa3hbou{oe Browne, of Uffcott, Swindon, Wilts one year five months two weeks, (Hampshire Dow), brea by exhi- bitor; highly commended, William Browne Canning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Frocester Court, and bMr. Jones, Saffron Walden. For Hampshire downs, the prize- talkers are Mar. A, Morrison, Fonthill; Mr. Brown, Uffcott; Mr. Bead, Homrningtan ; and Mlr. Moore, Littlecot. TLe Shropshires are a numerous andi good show, as evidenced by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prize, £10, Stepheic King, of Old Hayward Farm, Huniger- occ forl, Berks. I cuT Thirdi prize £5, JohnmW'tslhbourne Brown, of Uffcott, Swindon, Wilts Me Highly could., W. Bromine Cmitimng, of Chisledos, Swindon, Wilts' W( PRIZES OFFERED BY THE LEEDS LOCAL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crucis), Messrs. Stausliold (Dudgrove), Howaso (Maisey Hampton), Piddocko (Oobrey Park, Ross), Coles (thm Grauge, Warminster). e'dwin (West Klnoylo, Bath), Horton (Uffcott), Keevil (Wauborongi), Tanuner (Yatesbury), Tomils (1-laruhill), Tilby (Lumbourno), Gay (Red Rico), aud many others. Sale at Twelve o'clock. ABINGDON Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1796, 2 March 1796

    of the " Manor of Elcombe which is fituate within the Parifh " of Wroiighton and within the Tything of Uffcott, in *' the Panffi of Broad Hinton, in the County of « Wilts." Ordered, That the faid Bill be Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1796, 4 March 1796

    of the " Manor of Elcojiibe which is fituate within the Parifh " of Wroughton, and within the Tything of Uffcott, in " the Pariih of Broad Flinton, in the County of Wilts," was committed: " That they had confidered Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1796, 24 March 1796

    that Part of the Manor of Elcombe, which is fituate within the Parifn of Wrou$ton} and within the Tything of Uffcott, in the Parifli of Broad Binfon, in the County of Wilts." " An Aft for dividing a cer¬ tain Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1796, 24 March 1796

    that Part of the Manor of Elcombe, which is fituate within the Parifh of Wxoughton, and within the Tything of Uffcott, in the Parifh of Broad Hinlon, in the County of Wilts." 23. " An Aft for dividing a certain Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 20-60 Geo. III, Vols. XXXVI - LII

    agreed to, 690 a. Royal Assent, 705 a. ELCOMBE, Wiltshire : Manor of in Parish of Wroughton, in Tithing of Uffcott, in Parish of Broad Hinton ;-Enclosure Bill, 36 Geo. 3. from H.C.; and read 1*, xl. 615 a. 2*, Subscribers-only content

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