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    AbenhallABENHALL The Ancient parish of Abenhall , formerly also called Abinghall, 1 which lay 16 km. west of Gloucester , was flanked on the south-west by the extraparochial Forest of Dean and included part of the market town of Victoria County History

    Mitcheldean MITCHELDEAN AREA 1880

    that time. 14 Littledean and presumably Abenhall had tenurial links with Mitcheldean 15 and were regarded as members of it in 1316 . 16 The town of Mitcheldean , which lay partly in Abenhall , was a centre for industries Victoria County History

    Blaisdon Manors and other estates

    Philip Marshal. 48 John's moiety had passed by 1272 to Ralph of Abenhall 49 who was succeeded in 1301 by his son John (d. 1316). 50 John of Abenhall 's nephew Reynold settled the moiety of the manor on himself Victoria County History

    Blaisdon Economic history

    Ralph of Abenhall 's moiety of the manor included a carucate (containing 60 a. of arable), 2 a. of meadow, and 58 s . 1½ d . rent; 9 in 1348 , however, the two divisions of the Abenhall family's Victoria County History

    Blaisdon Church

    Flaxley . 61 The advowson belonged to the lords of the manor: in 1272 Walter of Blakeney and Ralph of Abenhall agreed to make alternate presentations, 62 and their successors to the two divisions of the manor continued the arrangement. Victoria County History

    Forest of Dean Forest administration Inclosures In The North Of The Forest And Cottages And Old Encroachments At Joy's Green , Ruardean Woodside , And Ruardean Hill , 1847

    Mitcheldean and Abenhall is the obligation of military service recorded. All the woodwards had to maintain under-foresters, two each in the larger bailiwicks like Abenhall and Blakeney and one in the smaller ones like Blaize. Those in Abenhall were bowmen, Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    agric., Ardland, see St. White's assarts, and see Abenhall ; Bicknor , English; Coleford ; Flaxley ; Littledean ; Mitcheldean ; Newland ; Ruardean ; St. Briavels; Staunton Ayleford, q.v . bailiwicks, Abenhall , Bearse, Bicknor , Blaize, Blakeney , Victoria County History

    Westbury-on-Severn Introduction

    from Rodley manor by Ralph of Abenhall at his death c . 1301; he was succeeded by his son John 56 from whom the estate presumably passed to his brother Ralph, and Reynold of Abenhall , Ralph's son, held it Victoria County History


    group of soldiers who had broken the terms for their surrender. 18 MANORS AND OTHER ESTATES. Littledean with Mitcheldean and Abenhall was presumably part of the estate called Dean held by William son of Norman in 1086 19 and apparently Victoria County History

    Westbury-on-Severn Economic history

    61 the vineyard of Walmore mentioned c . 1200 presumably belonged to the demesne of that manor. 62 Reynold of Abenhall 's Stantway estate i n 1341 had 120 a. of arable in the open fields and 50 a. in Victoria County History

    Forest of Dean Industry Carvings Of Miners' And Smiths ' Tools on Abenhall Church Font Forest Of Dean Iron Miners Equipped For Work, c . 1855 Lightmoor Colliery, c . 1850 FOREST OF DEAN INDUSTRY AND RAILWAYS 1880

    while the woodward of Abenhall bailiwick received 1 d . for each horse-load of coal. 88 In 1282 coal found in Bearse, Littledean , Mitcheldean , and Ruardean bailiwicks belonged to the Crown and that in Abenhall , Bicknor , Victoria County History


    Westbury brook to ascend a bridle path, mentioned in 1227 , running along the parish boundary east of Shapridge towards Abenhall church. 81 It was later diverted 82 to join the Littledean-Mitcheldean road on the parish boundary near Gunn 's Victoria County History


    , and Littledean walk in 1752 included Jas. Lloyd's ho. at Gunn 's Mills, later accounted part of Abenhall parish: above, Abenhall . The returns on which the survey of 1752 was based gave slightly different figs. for some walks Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    s., son; Steph., Stephen; Thos., Thomas; Tim., Timothy; Vct., Viscount; Wal., Walter; w., wife; Wm., William; wkho., workhouse. Abdye, Edw., Abenhall , Hugh of, Joan, w. of Reynold (d. 1341), John of (d. 1316), John of (fl. 1346), Ralph of Victoria County History

    English Bicknor

    was settled on Richard's widow Mary. 90 From Mary (d. 1678) 91 it passed to her son Edward Machen of Abenhall (d. 1708), who left it to his daughter Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Tomkins (d. 1711). 92 Elizabeth (d. 1712) Victoria County History


    held in 1346 . 95 Later it was held by John Greyndour (d. 1416), 96 and it then descended with Abenhall manor in the Baynham and Vaughan families 97 until 1664 when John Vaughan and Frances his wife conveyed it Victoria County History


    was among clergy characterized as 'slender scholars and of life suspected'. 58 His successor Anthony Sterry was also rector of Abenhall . 59 Morgan Godwin , instituted in 1641 , had deserted his cure by 1645 to join the royalist Victoria County History

    Newland NEWLAND AND REDBROOK 1880 CLEARWELL 1880 Newland House in 1772

    , Glos . ii. 262; for Sir Edm., D.N.B . Glos. R.O., D 23/T 29. Ibid. D 637/II/1/T 1. Above, Abenhall , manor; V.C.H. Glos . viii. 62; x. 86; Rudder, Glos . 505, 533. Rudder, Glos . 567; Glouc. Victoria County History

    MASSINGER, William (1514/15-93/94), of Gloucester.

    of Gloucester, a modest estate in the neighbouring villages of Newent, Swindon and Trenley, with a moiety of lands in Abenhall, Longhope and Magna Dean, part of which had been conveyed before his father’s death to a number of feoffees History of Parliament

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