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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Warnford Ruined Building in Warnford Park

    (xi cent.); Warnesford (xiv cent.); Wanford (xvii cent.). The parish of Warnford , covering about 3,178 acres, lies south of Kilmeston and Hinton Ampner , north-east of Exton , and west of West Meon , and falls naturally into two

    House of Cistercian monks Abbey of Waverley

    who succeeded Giffard in the see of Winchester , added to his predecessor's endowment a virgate of land at ' Wanford ' and full rights of pasture at Farnham with licence to cut and dig turf, heath, stone and sand.

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    93 Walter the knight (fl. 12th cent.), s. of Drew , 53 Walter (fl. 1086), 80 Walton Cardiff , 186 Wanford , Ric, 51 Wanley , And. (d. 1679), 74; And. (d. 1688), 74; Valentine, 74; Wm. (d. 1747), 74;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WANFORD, Robert.

    WANFORD, Robert. Constituency Dates Reigate Dec. 1421 Biography Wanford witnessed a deed at Reigate in July 1427, and shortly afterwards he was found to be holding one quarter of a knight's fee in Mickleham, Surrey. The land, which was worth

    BROCKLEY, John (d.1444/5), of London.

    Agnes, a distant kinswoman of Sir John Cockerell (d.1427), that Brockley laid claim to the Suffolk manors of Ickworth and Wanford, although he never succeeded in proving his title against that of a powerful combination of local landowners, backed by

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, W, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Surrey, 1082, 2015, 2283, g. 3869 (19), 5772 (2). -, the vicar of, 5125. -, parish church at, 5772 (2). Wanford , 5076. Wangford , 2024. Wangstede (Wangford ?), prior of, 2699. Wans , the, 4336 (2). Wansford (Wandisforde), Yorks.,

    Index, W, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Wandesworth , Th., g. 833 (41). Wandom , in Flanders, 2404. Wandangrene . See Wendon Green. Wandsworth , Surr., 1080. Wanford or Wandeford. See Warneford. Wangford (Wayneford) hundred, Suff., g. 546 (70). Wanlesse , John, painter, 20, 707. Wanlip (Onelipp,

    Henry VIII, December 1528, 26-31, 01 December 1528-31 December 1528

    Denton, Bekylls, Lymburn, Croxston, Routonholme, Estmore, Oteringhithe, Methold, Esthall, Feltwell, Weting, Brandon, Melewade, Hoghold, Downham, Fordham, Bokenham, Codyngton, Ingeworth, Grymeston, Wanford, Fouldon, Dudlington, Colneston, Berton Bendyssh, South Rougeton, Thetford, Ikworth, Myldenale, Sayescourt at Deptford alias Westgrenwych, Chesthunt, Little Horkesley, Hyntelsham,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jewry.-J. White, Brentwood, Essex, carpenter. [pree. ton, New Broad street.-J. Turnear Bishopsgats street, City, baker. [Smith anc Alliston, Wanford court. Throgmorton street-F. L. Simond, Callam : street, Cit merchant. [Nicholson, Lime street, City-C. Wolf. St Paults chuechyaed, Cite' cook. [Surman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    healthy Villago; sitable for one or two Ladle or Lady end Gentleman, References ox- changed.-ApDly A. Z., Poat Office, Weldon, Wanford, North. amptonshire. olISI IAkBOORNB Road, Bdrbaston.-Superlor DRAWING ROO, .e.and Bed Room, wr011 fhnalshed-. es% Post Office, pire Ways. o2073 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. 22, Daily Post. rSIN) POltl-13UlTCHElL S.-Wonted, a steady, good Moo, an Slaughter Out~. -Applylssett and aun,158.Coventry Road. cU351 flPIK-P.TCHEFS. Wanford, a Man, well up in small goods sand Loasisit ius6op.-Apply, ststimgparticularo, Russell, St. Helen's pOIIK lUTtCHMttS '5Wouted, firet-claso Sbopmas.-Address, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. RLC i'G NOTES. 'Many Nort'l-county sportsmen fostered the fend thought that the North had ale last procured another great horse in Lney Moor, and tey wnt so far as to discuss die posibility oiEhis lowering e ;mpbgr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TAYLOR, Esq., Author of "ANCIENT CHRISTIANITY, and the Doctrines of the Ox. ford Tracts for the Tinces.' London: Jackson and Wanford, 18,No. 1Paul's Churchyard. Just t publisheed, price 7s. ld. Part I. of the IRROR OF PARLIAMENT. Edited by J. Subscribers-only content

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