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    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of St Augustine , Bristol

    six canons from Wigmore entered into possession of the new monastery. 4 The endowment consisted of the manors of Billeswick, Almondsbury , Horfield , Ashleworth , Cromhall , Leigh near Bristol , Cerney, Fifhide, lands and tenements at St. Katherine's Victoria County History

    King's Stanley Manors and other estates

    John Baker Bridges Dpwell 89 (d. 1743), who devised it to the Revd. Staunton Degge 90 of Over , in Almondsbury . Staunton Degge sold the borough in 1753 to Samuel Paul of Rodborough , clothier, 91 who held it Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reading

    bestowed on the abbey the churches of Berkeley Harness ( Gloucestershire ), Cam , Arlingham , Wotton , Beverstone, and Almondsbury ; and also 100 s . to be paid every Christmas out of a wharf in London , for Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    ; fields, man., mkt., Puddleworth , Alkington , Allaston , see Lydney Allen, Ralph, Alley, Joan, m. Thos. Smart, John, Almondsbury , Aluredston, see Woolaston Alvington, n America , chaplain to forces in, emigration to, North, missionary to, Amey Court Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Co., Perry , see Prestbury Thos., Wm. (fl. 1821), Wm. (fl. 1830, another), W. T., vicar of St. Briavels, fam., Almondsbury , Over in, almshouses , see Aylburton ; Bicknor , English; Clearwell ; Coleford ; Lydney ; Mitcheldean ; Victoria County History

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    Harvey , Olveston , Osborne , Thos., earl of Danby , Oswald : Lettice, see Jones Ric., Over , see Almondsbury Overstreet , see Lydney Owen : G. W., Ralph, Oxenhall , Oxford , Oxford University , Lincoln Coll ., Victoria County History


    granted it at farm to his tenants. 70 In 1242 Maurice 's widow Margaret Somery held Purton with Over (in Almondsbury ) from the earl of Warwick as 1/4 knight's fee. 71 It later passed to Maurice 's nephew and Victoria County History

    Zoology Molluscs and Insects

    the possession of Mr. P. H. Vaughan of Redland , Bristol . Mr. Alan Hill also took some specimens near Almondsbury , Glos ., a few miles north of Brislington Ochsenheimeria birdella, Curt. Arno's Vale near Bristol , and Brislington Victoria County History

    CHESTER, Thomas (1696-1763), of Almondsbury, nr. Bristol

    (1696-1763), of Almondsbury, nr. Bristol Constituency Dates Gloucester 1727 16 Feb 1728 Gloucestershire 1734 1 Oct. 1763 Biography Chester sat for Gloucestershire with Beaufort support and was returned unopposed in 1754 and again in 1761. He was classed as ‘Tory’ History of Parliament

    GUNTER, James (by 1519-58), of Abergavenny, Mon. and London.

    had entered the royal service as keeper of the woods at Almondsbury, some eight miles north of Bristol; three years later he leased the pasture within the lordship of Almondsbury. Dividing his time between the west country and London, Gunter History of Parliament

    CHESTER, Thomas (by 1524-83), of Bristol and Almondsbury, Glos.

    of Bristol and Almondsbury, Glos. Constituency Dates Bristol 1563 Gloucestershire 1572 Ofifces Held Alderman, Bristol, sheriff 1559-60, mayor 1569-70; j.p. Glos. 1574. Biography Chester was a Bristol merchant who early in Elizabeth’s reign purchased an estate at Almondsbury, some eight History of Parliament

    CHESTER, Thomas (1696-1763), of Almondsbury and Knole, nr. Bristol.

    Thomas (1696-1763), of Almondsbury and Knole, nr. Bristol. Constituency Dates Gloucester 1727 16 Feb 1728 Gloucestershire 1734 1 Oct. 1763 Biography Chester was descended from Thomas Chester, mayor of Bristol in 1569, who purchased the manor of Almondsbury, building Knole History of Parliament

    LANSDEN, Thomas (by 1512-71), of Bristol, Glos.

    his tenements in Gloucestershire and Somerset. He bequeathed his house on the Bridge to his daughter Elizabeth and property at Almondsbury and Stanley to his son Thomas. The will was proved some three weeks later by Lansden’s widow and his History of Parliament

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