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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lower Haddon Local government

    Weald through Bampton vestry, treated above. 23 Bampton Hund. R . 26. Cal. Pat . 1330-4 , 88. Arundel Castle , MS. M 535; Longleat House ( Wilts .), NMR 3315, ct. 4 Oct. 1668 . Above, Bampton and

    Lew Charities for the poor

    c . £6 in Lew . In 1972 they became part of the Bampton Welfare Trust. 30 Above, Bampton and Weald , charities. Char. Don . 968-9; 10th Rep. Com . Char . 354. O.R.O., MS. Wills Oxon . 38/2/25

    Bampton and Weald Other estates

    and Weald Other estates OTHER ESTATES. Land and a fishery in Weald granted to Osney abbey c . 1170 descended with the abbey's estate in Lew , and are treated below. 15 The Hospitallers held an estate in Weald and

    North Weald Bassett Parish government and poor relief

    70 For the manor of North Weald there are rolls for 1741-93 . 71 In each case the business recorded is that of a court baron only. One general parish book survives for North Weald , covering the years 1679-1879

    Bampton and Weald Charities for the poor

    Bampton and Weald Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. 79 George Thompson , by will proved 1604, 80 gave an annual rent charge of £6 for the poor of Bampton , Weald , and Lew . In the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Berks, agaiit-t !li. Tini ihy"Nw'qbCZnd, aio areT~d 't Weald, in Oxfordlhire, for the aediction' of the plaintiff's second caucIllter, Miiss Mary Kimber. Tle young lady, who Nwas aboot 2t yeats old, first became acquainted with the de- fleldant at a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at 4s. 4d. per yard -A con- iderable number of persons are preparing to take their cde- ,ertare from the Weald of Sussex, particularly from the erilibourhood of Wisborough Green, Pulborough and ?,tlrorth, for the United States: their object appears Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    talk in his last mllomxxents in quite another style. Tule M~a/fidsne0 Jeirec says, a Correspondent assures us, that in the Weald of Kent, and thle adjoinng part of Sussex, he has, within a few days, seen some hundreds of sores Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9th inst., at Stanmore, Philip Wroughton, Esq., of Ibstone, flckns,. to Emma Sarahelstd tr of David Chambers, Esq., of the Weald, and Commander to the Royal Navy. A short time back a young man, respectably connected at Assnherley, in chis: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that remarkable chasm the " Devil's Dyke," so called, says tradition, because the Devil envying the numerous churches of the Weald, determined to form a chan- nel from the sea, and thus inundate the whole tract and its pious inhabit- Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1766, 6 May 1766

    Bill, intituled, " An Aft for amending and " widening the Road from the Town of Biddenden in ** The Weald of Kent, through the Towns of Smarden " and Charing, to join the Turnpike Road which leads " from Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1785, 1 March 1785

    Enclofure Bill. " Road frcm the Town of P/ddezzdezz, in the Weald of " Pezz/, through the Towns of Szzzardezz and C/zar/zzg, " to join the Turnpike Road which leads from ^/Zz/ord " to Pa^ezyzzazzz, at a Place called Pozzzzd Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1785, 2 March 1785

    the Sixth Year of His prefent Majefty, for amending and widening the Road from the Town of P/ddezzdezz in the Weald of Pezz/, through the Towns of Szzzarderc and CZzar/zzg, to join the Turn- pike Road which leads from ^/Zz/ord Subscribers-only content

    7 March 1785, 7 March 1785

    the Sixth Year of His prefent Majefty, for amending and widening the Road from the Town of PzYzYfezzziezz in the Weald of A'z?zzz*, through the Towns of SzzzzzrzzYzz and CYwrzzzg-, to join the Turnpike Road which leads from ^/zY/orz/ to Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1812, 10 April 1812

    lief Ads to amend Bill. Medway Ca¬ nal (Weald of Kent) Bill SilverTokens Account de- hvered. Liverpool Dock Ac¬ count de¬ livered. Marquefs of Queenfber- Title. tf prefent Majefty, for amending the Road from Wellj- " bourn Mountfort to Stratford-upon-Avon, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FISHER, Walter, of Hythe, Kent.

    at Hythe from 1366. The maltolts he paid show that he traded in sheep, oxen and horses. In 1377, or thereabouts, he was sent to the Weald to buy wood for the construction of a new common barge for Hythe.[footnote]

    CHILD, William (d.c.1398), of New Romney, Kent.

    more than £7 as the cost of their robes and other necessities. Later that year (1382) Child went to the Weald to procure timber for Romney’s new sluice, and subsequently helped to supervise its construction. Visits made to Dover in

    HETHE, Henry (d.c.1446), of Grafham, Hunts.

    his brothers acquired holdings in other parts of the county, such as Thurning (where he also owned the advowson) and Weald; and it may well have been in connexion with these ventures that in May 1437 he received a bond

    PELHAM, Sir John, 3rd Bt. (c.1623-1703), of Halland, Laughton, Suss.

    inactive, being named to only 34 committees throughout the Cavalier Parliament. He had an interest in three iron-works in the Weald, and was among those appointed to consider a petition in 1662 against the import of iron. In the next

    HOLYNGBROKE, alias HOLYNGBOURNE, William (d.c.1400), of New Romney, Kent.

    in January following, during the parliamentary recess, they attended her coronation. Later in 1382 Holyngbroke several times went to the Weald to procure timber for the construction of Romney’s new sluice, and in April he received £12 for the board

 

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