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    Parishes Amport

    Parishes AmportAMPORT Anne (xi cent.); Anne de Port (xiii cent.); Andeporte (xiv cent.); Anneport (xv cent.). Amport is an irregularly-shaped parish, one of the largest in the hundred, containing 3,962 acres, of which 2,408 acres are arable land, 753

    The hundred of Andover Index Map to the Hundred of Andover

    ANDOVER containing the parishes of; Abbotts Ann ; Amport ; Andover ; Foxcott Chapelry; Appleshaw ; Clatford , Upper; Fyfield ; Grately; Kimpton ; Knight's Enham; Monxton ; Penton Mewsey ; Quarley ; Thruxton ; Tidworth , South; Weyhill with

    Parishes Appleshaw

    The first has baptisms and burials from 1739 to 1812 , with baptisms from 1718 to 1739 copied from the Amport register, and marriages from 1726 to 1753 . The second book has marriages only, 1756 to 1812, and the

    Parishes Monxton

    south of the parish. The village itself lies on both sides of Pillhill Brook and is contiguous with Sarson in Amport . The Andover junction and Southampton branch and the Cheltenham branch of the London and South Western Railway both

    Parishes Quarley

    c. (xiv cent.); Qwarley, Qwharley (xv cent.). Quarley is bounded by Cholderton , Amport , Grately and the Wiltshire border. The soil is light and friable, of the secondary chalk formation, and the subsoil is chalk. 1 The total area

    Parishes Grateley

    Wood are the southernmost of those broken patches of woodland which cover a considerable portion of the neighbouring parish of Amport . The height above sea level varies from 400 ft. to 320 ft., the general rise of the ground

    Eartham Parish Church of St Margaret Eartham

    Dean and Chapter of Chichester for the benefice of Appleshaw ( Hants ), formerly a chapel-of-ease to their living of Amport . 58 His son Thomas died in that year and is commemorated by a tablet in the church with

    Parishes Nutley

    great serjeanty, once varied by the term 'knight service.' 9 In the eighteenth century Elizabeth Norton married Francis Paulet of Amport , and their son Norton Paulet became lord of the manor. He disposed of Nutley to Thomas Hall in

    Parishes Headbourne Worthy

    Headbourne Worthy , Little Somborne , and Mainstone in Romsey . Vide also under Over Wallop (Thorngate Hundred) and Grately, Amport and Cholderton ( Andover Hundred). Burke, Landed Gentry , 429. Ibid. Ibid. Feet of F. Hants , East. 4

    Parishes West Tytherley with Buckholt

    1330-4 , p. 542. Chart. R. 11 Edw. Ill, m. 35. For the Norman ped igree see under Cholderton in Amport parish, Andover Hundred. Inq. p.m. 23 Edw. Ill, pt. i, no. 87. Abbrev. Rot. Orig . (Rec. Com.), ii,

    Parishes East Tisted

    Elizabeth, the daughter of the late Sir Richard , as heiress of her uncle. Elizabeth had married Francis Paulet of Amport in August, 1674 , 35 and on his death in 1695 or 1696 36 their son Norton Paulet succeeded

    List of illustrations and maps

    Lead Font Hurstbourne Tarrant Church from the North-east 323 Vernham's Dean Church : The West Doorway full-page plate, facing 330 Amport : The Village 337 " Church from the South-east 340 " " Plan 343 " " Chancel Arch full-page

    Parishes Fyfield

    with the official trustees, arising from an original gift of £800 consols (and accumulations) by Mrs. Sophia Sheppard (see under Amport ) for education in this parish, Kimpton and Thruxton , producing yearly £23 7 s . 8 d .

    Parishes Thruxton

    heir Edward James Eliot , barred the entail in 1779 , 57 sold it in 1783 to George Paulet of Amport , 58 afterwards twelfth Marquess of Winchester . In 1829 Harry Noyes and Catherine his wife quitclaimed the manor

    Parishes Tidworth , South

    i, no. 34), who held the manor on lease from 1360 to 1364 . See the manors of Cholderton in Amport and Upper Clatford . Wykeham 's Reg . ( Hants Rec. Soc.), i, 50. Richard Cavendish presented once during

    Parishes Cholderton

    3 the Wiltshire four constitute Cholderton parish; the other four remained in Hampshire as part of the adjoining parish of Amport . In the 18th and 19th centuries the Wiltshire Cholderton was sometimes called West Cholderton , 4 the Hampshire

    Parishes Tilehurst

    an inscription under the date of 1819 recording that it 'was erected by Sophia, widow of Thomas Sheppard D.D. of Amport , on land given by the Rector of Tilehurst for the use of a National School, to be supported

    Parishes Upper Clatford

    Inq. p.m. 14 Hen. IV, no. 11. The probable pedigree of Roger Norman 's heirs has already been given under Amport in treating of the manor of Cholderton . Feet of F. Hants , Hil. 18 Ric. II. Add. Chart.

    Parishes Eling

    the Paulets from the original manor of Totton . Thus William fifth son of Norton Paulet ( 1681-1741 ) of Amport wa s called of Little Testwood , and on his death unmarried in 1772 he left his estates by

    Parishes Enford

    in 1698 to the executors of Robert Hillman , who in 1702 sold it to George Duke, of Sarson, in Amport ( Hants ). 208 In 1743 George's son John sold to Frances Offley , who was to hold the

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