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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Godalming Introduction and map

    PARISHES OF ARTINGTON 1 HAMBLEDON PUTTENHAM CHIDDINGFOLD HASLEMERE THURSLEY COMPTON PEPER HAROW WITLEY GODALMING The history of the hundred is generally coincident with that of the manor. The earliest definite reference to the hundred is the confirmation of Artington Manor

    Parishes Compton

    Elizabeth de Doune who appears in the Godalming Hundred Court Rolls , the Artington and the Catteshull courts, 1382-5 , as holding land in Compton , Artington , and Cherfold in Chiddingfold ; perhaps Downland in Chiddingfold was so named

    Parishes Buckland

    89. Feet of F. Surr . Trin. 21 Edw. I . Ibid. Mich. 30 Edw. I . Vide Witley , Artington , and Cattishull. Cal. Pat . 1292-1301 , pp. 66, 67, 69. Ibid. 1313-18 , p. 470. Chan. Inq.

    The borough of Guildford Introduction and castle

    country parish on the outskirts of Guildford and was in Godalming Hundred (q.v.). The part outside the borough is called Artington as early as 1664. 3 The immediate vicinity of the west end of the bridge was, however, in Guildford

    List of maps Wonersh

    in Compton with John Wight and his wife Agnes . 31 John Wight , a descendant of this John (see Artington ), sold the manor to John Sparkes of Gosden in 1791 . 32 The manor was then held successively

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHESENHALE, Robert (d.c.1402), of Guildford and Artington, Surr.

    have increased his estates by purchase, Chesenhale leased other holdings in Artington; and at some point before November 1391 he became the tenant of all the property in Artington, Guildford and the two hundreds of Woking and Godalming, Surrey, owned

    LOXLEY, Robert, of Polstead, Surr.

    before the autumn of 1386, Robert Loxley the younger contracted an extremely lucrative marriage to Agnes Braboeuf, whose manor of Artington was then conveyed to the elder Loxley and his wife as feoffees-to-uses. Agnes also released her title to rents

    CROSS, John, of Guildford, Surr.

    purchases outside the borough. In November 1392, for example, he made a conveyance to William Balchild of land in Loseley, Artington, Compton and Godalming, Surrey, which he had bought from three local men. On 19 June 1395, being then described

    WOKING, Richard, of Guildford, Surr.

    lived in Guildford for most of his life, Woking had probably begun to consolidate his holdings to the south-west in Artington by 1403, when he first appears as a witness to a deed there. Eight years later he acquired a

    BROCAS, Thomas, of Compton, Surr.

    on his part; and he had no doubt already inherited his father's property in the nearby manors of Compton and Artington. He was certainly living in Compton by February 1385, since he then witnessed the first of many local deeds.[footnote]Together

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index - A, 15 March 1643-24 December 1644

    Mar. Arke , a Ship, 1643, Petition of Owners read, and referred to the Committee for the Navy, 15 Dec. Artington , 1643, Order for sequestering the Living read, and agreed to, 9 Oct. Armagh , Archbishop of, 1643, to

    General Index, D, 01 October 1672-28 February 1673

    See Cavendish, Christian, Countess of Devonshire. places in, where buildings were licensed for Nonconformist services, or where Nonconformist ministers resided: Artington, Ashburton, Axminster, Bampton, Bideford, Brent, Brixton, East Down, Exeter, Frithelstock, Hatherleigh, Marldon, Ottery St. Mary, Romansleigh, Salcombe, Sampford Peverell, Subscribers-only content

    Index, E, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    the younger, of Dun, inventories of their property, 2165. Erswell . See Eriswell. Erthyngleygh . See Ardingley. Ertyngdon . See Artington. Eryholme (Eryham, Erryham), Yorks, 438 (1 m. 6). Eryngfeld , Sir Th., p. 1535. Grenville? Eryngton , Gilbert, p.

    Index, A, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    , Cumb., g. 2684 (86). Artieta , , agent of Ferdinand of Aragon, 2003, 2502, 2859. Artilborow . See Irthlingborough. Artington (Ertyngdon), manor [in St. Nicholas ] , Surr., 438 (1 m. 20). Artois , 1265 (p. 580), 1333 4,

    Charles II, October 1672, 01 October 1672-31 October 1672

    Thornton, Berks, Lancashire Presbyterian " House of John Finch, Wil[le ] sden, Middlesex Presbyterian " House of John Ayer, Arthrington (Artington), Devon Presbyterian " House of Richard Forsey, Netherbury, Dorset Presbyterian " House of widow Lisle, Bagshot Park, Hants. Presbyterian Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ffobiabau--- WI ? I , , pthuq?pj. Dygwyd y ddadl ar welliant Mr. Parnell ymlaen hyd yn hwyr -nos Wener yr I1eg. Y dydd Jap blaeqorol siaradodd Arglwydd I{Artington.i 1e'w'tebigi'a' rhaia afeirniad. ent y .Llywodraeth,i dywedai fod y gwrith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dives, George, Carshalton Donaldson, Jnhn, Chertsey Drewett, Richard, Pvrford Drewett, Francis, jun., Pyrford Drewett, Thomas, ien., AtringtOn Drewetc, Thomas, jun., Artington Drewett, George, Lambeth Drinkiwater, Richard, Farnham Druce, Alexander, Dulwich Eager, William, Dunsfol Eager, William, Wonersh Eager, Edward, Ripley Eager, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cows, of any age : First prize, £10., Mr. R. Cooke, of Livermore;' second prize, £5., Mr. J. Ellis, of Artington Farm, Gaild- ford. Class 17.-Long-horned Steers or Oxen, of any age * First prize, £10., Mr. R. H. Chapman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE AUTUMN HANDICAPS. WRIGUTS F01, THE11 CE.SARENVI'CH. st lb Tsoororny 93 10 First Spring P1,6leix * 0 2 Shillelagh .. . Thunrio * 13 1 Wafflingfordl Fontainebleau .. 1 it Gildecoy Clejelier a it) 1 P'uck Advance 8 1) Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NIILSCELL A N EO U S. The census returnas shlow that the population of Bristol isR 65,712, the females preponderating to the extent of 5,000. R A witty definition of a mustachio was recently given as m the "1upper Subscribers-only content

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