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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Sutton Courtenay

    to the vicar, who was also to serve Appleford . 162 The present living is a vicarage with Appleford annexed. Milton Church was originally a dependent chapel. 163 The church of Appleford belonged to Abingdon Abbey in 1291 , 164

    Parishes Godshill

    , Solesmes, but has been vacant since 1909. APPLEFORDAPPLEFORD (Apleford, Apledeforde, xi cent.; Appeltreford, xiii cent.; Appulderford, xiv cent.) was divided as it is now into East (or Upper) and West Appleford so far back as the time of

    Houses of Austin canons Oratory of Barton

    John de Insula, rector of Shalfleet . 1 The oratory was endowed with land in Whippingham , Arreton , Span, Appleford , Kerne, Rookley , Dolcoppice , La Snape , Walpan , some pasture on St. Catherine's Down , two

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reading

    Abbot John de Appleford . On 9 March, 1328 , Henry de Carleton , one of the king's clerks, was sent to the new abbot, with pension-claiming letters from Edward III . 146 Whilst John de Appleford was abbot, in

    Parishes Wytham

    de Wytham , in a place 'between the land of the church of Wytham and the land of John of Appleford in the second furlong of the long moor towards Wytham .' 6 Robert granted them the right to bring

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, A, 01 January 1671-30 November 1671

    minister in Tower Hamlets meeting of, in Spitalfields Anstruther Wester . See Carnebie. Antrim , co. Antwerp Apleford , or Appleford, Daniel, late Fellow of New College, Oxford presented to living of Ackworth Appleyard , Sir Matthew, deceased Apsley , Subscribers-only content

    Surnames beginning 'A'

    w; Mary, ?d; Eliz, ?d, 18.8 Gabriell, ser, 44.9 Mary, 7.13 Ruth, ser, 44.16 Sam; Mary, w, 35.12 Thos, 58.5 Appleford : Eliz, ser, 19.2 Gyles, app, 29.19 Lovelace, ser, 76.13 Ric, bach, 77.10 Applegeth Wm, app, 9.32 Appleton :

    Charles II - volume 54, May 1-27, 1662, 01 May 1662-27 May 1662

    behalf of Edw. Appleford, for the Stewardship of Winchester College, which were granted on false information about the statutes . 13. ii. The King to the Warden and Fellows of Winchester College. Orders them to appoint Edw. Appleford their Steward, Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    a bridge at Belfast Antwerp , book printed at passes for natives of Appledore , Kent, troops to quarter at Appleford , Daniel, M.A., presentation of Aprigny , Monsr. d', pass for Apsley , Sir Allen, grant to, recited Aram Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons, A-E

    Rebecca a , Rich. a ; Wm. Antroloney , David a . Appes , Robt. Appleby , Mr. a . Appleford , Thos. Applegate , -. Althorpe , Edwd. Apton , Mr. a . Aram , Mr. a . Arbel

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Cross, Mountnessing, Essex, grocer-January 20, J. Green, Cbeltenbam, draper-January 20, J. Silver, Hatton garden, Holborn, silversmith-Jauuary 20, F. 3. Appleford, Holborn cars, draper-January 20, J. Wright, Henrietta street, Covent garden, banker-February 10, J. Newbam and G. Pearson, Rvde, Isle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Homeric line may fitly celebrate the deeds of this modern hero, whose ad- dress-fancy a hero with an address !-is Appleford Boad, Westbourne Park. Plain prose refuses such an office; and can only suggest that the proper method to keep Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBICO AMIUSEMENTS EATE ROYA, BIRI-NGHAM. r si TRN {SITOF ~fE . 2 LESIE' OPRA CO'ItPAK&NY. NJ ~ lE t-EII.'RMACE. n~t'eflti~wThursday), Zdarch 011 ..fa. ace Ersiii~nlI.ciecm oyOpera, Ti yoCOA1-:trot. 'SW~~EE.T LAVENDER," now payin;: at Terry's -.~ LCQdm- MOERNI PEF~ANCE, ThurtSDAY, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CO. (LIffIITEDI 153 B3DUOATIOIAL P -o OL.TN and VIOLONCELLO.--LESSONS GIVTEN a: I .' rceidenree anti TowneRo om.-Fortermas,&c.,ap3ly, V M. 1. Appleford. Mlessrs. Scotcher's, 37. Bull Street .6 rRITING LESSONS.-Remarktabl Success of H Ilyde's Nesw Mlethod. Age noobstacle Certain Sttccees. S-v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fr for the Round. £IN.-Apiplyteisayif the Agents of lTHE CU-NARlD STEAMSUIP CO. (LlLMT'TLII) 153 ~~~iEDUCATIONAL- - dVfk~IOLO6NCELLO.U-PS$.N6ThFIN, qr, 'IV 0 Appleford, fIrests. Scuteier's. 37, Bodllteet 9 y: xM'NGTO-N COLLEGIATE SCHOOL.- LITI'mr'ise' l'ri'pration for Dciin.'ss or Profeeseonal Psusoit,s. 11 it)~ lo Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    APPLEFORD, Alexander (b.c.1355), of Hythe and Ashford, Kent.

    APPLEFORD, Alexander (b.c.1355), of Hythe and Ashford, Kent. Constituency Dates Hythe 1399 Hythe 1402 Hythe 1410 Hythe 1420 Ofifces Held Jurat, Hythe Feb. 1396-7, 1399-1401, 1410-15, 1416-17, 1419-22. Biography In 1387 Appleford twice fraudulently took out royal letters of protection,

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