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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Preston on Stour

    existed at Alscot in the Middle Ages. Tradition locates a chapel at Alscot ; 25 in 1248 there were some peasant inhabitants, 26 and in 1287 , when Alscot was a separate vill, there was a reeve of Alscot and

    Parishes Whitchurch

    after which time it remained in this family until 1919, when the manor was sold by the trustees of the Alscot estate to meet heavy death duties. 35 Mariett. Barry or and sable . The manor of BRUTON or BROUGHTON

    Parishes Alderminster

    of Alscot Park (co. Glouc.), 33 who died in 1882 and was succeeded by his son, the present lord of the manor, Mr. James Roberts-West . 34 Partrichi. Checky argent and sable a bend gules . West of Alscot .


    Knights , ii, 253. Dugd. 675. Sir William married Hugh Brawn 's cousin, Theodosia daughter of Sir Richard Brawn of Alscot , the elder brother of the rector of Saintbury : ibid. 677; Add. Chart. 42980. Dugd. 677; Parish Register

    Parishes Pershore , Holy Cross

    He sold it in 1605 -6 to Hugh Brawne and Richard 59 his son. Richard, then Sir Richard Brawne of Alscot (co. Glouc.), sold the site in 1630 to Thomas Baugh of Abload Court in Sandhurst (co. Glouc.), who was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, Thomas II (c.1383-1456), of Barton Blount, Derbys.

    who had died in France shortly before June 1429. Elizabeth retained a life interest in her late husband’s manors of Alscot in Gloucestershire and Headington in Oxfordshire, as well as occupying the manor of Epwell in the latter county. Her

    WILCOTES, William (d.1411), of North Leigh, Oxon.

    purchase when the chance presented itself. By the time of his death he was also possessed of property nearby in Alscot in Preston on Stour, which he may well have acquired by inheritance. His marriage to the heiress, Elizabeth Trillow,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gun in his back, It appears that among the st party wbich met for a day's sport on Mr. West's Alscot [r. estates were Captain Alston, Major Hamilton, hMessrs. J. Dn 1:. and Leonard West, Spencer Lucy, J. F. Starkey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    single specirren. of ornamental feligeg plant, in bloom or not) : Brize, Jimas Iinaclsslono, gardener to J. R. Weat, Esqg., Alscot) Park. Cuissill (for thiebent -six begonins, variegated, different, SinIlocom or not) : Prize, Thomas Xempstor, gardener to B. Cri Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Learning- ton, viz., the Kenilworth Bufiet, exhibited at the London Exhibition of 1851, and now in Warwick Castle, and the Alscot Buffet, exhibited at Manchester. The absence of any contribution from the above firm in the present London Exhibition has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Astley Castle), Rev. B. and Mrs. 'Waller, Mr. and lre, F, Dilke, lr, and Mrs. Digby, Mr. ntnd DIr, West (Alscot), Mrs. and Mliss Shirley, Mr. and ire. Manley, Mr., Mrs., and AllMe Hall, BIfss Bass and Mr. .A. ilo8s, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the gentry in the neighbourhooil. On Wednesday his Royal Highness set out for the seat of James WeAst, Esq., at Alscot, near Stratford-ois-Avon, ou his way to London." During the hall, his Royal Highness seems to have made a speech, Subscribers-only content

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