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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashow

    Parishes AshowASHOW Acreage: 1,080. Population: 1911, 140; 1921, 124; 1931, 152. The parish lies on the River Avon between Kenilworth and Stoneleigh . The river forms the northern half of the east boundary of the parish and then turns

    Parishes Leek Wootton

    in frankalmoin and there were two priests there, while we find later that Wootton was the mother church of Leamington, Ashow , Lillington , Milverton , and Cubbington , and was endowed with 3 hides, 1 in Wootton and 2

    Parishes Grandborough

    was held of him by Ermenfrid and the other by Richard. 85 Ermenfrid was also tenant of Ashow and a knight's fee in Ashow and Calcutt was held of the Earl of Warwick by the family of Verdon and their

    Parishes Radford Semele

    have given the manor to Geoffrey de Clinton , who enfeoffed Henry de Simely, 10 who also succeeded Ermenfrid at Ashow and Calcutt in Grandborough [q.v. ] . From this family the manor took its name of RADFORD SEMELE .

    Parishes Whitnash

    Medley (d. 1503) and his wife. 47 Also on this wall is a memorial to Thomas Morse , Rector of Ashow and Whitnash , died 1784. On the north side there is a wide pointed entrance arch of two splays

    Parishes Lillington

    lay the 'Town', or village, and Inclosures, with projections north and south. That to the north, between Leek Wootton and Ashow , contained Rye Field and The Heath , lying on the Avon ; that to the south was the

    The City of Coventry The common lands Common lands in the later 19th century

    judging by value, were those of Whoberleys with part of 'the two great fields next to Ashow ', possibly the former common fields of Ashow , and the Crabtree Fields, lying outside Greyfriars Gate . Baron's Field and Miry Field

    Parishes Kenilworth

    in warm clothing, coal, money, or meat. Alice, Duchess Dudley . For particulars of this charity see under parish of Ashow . The share of the charity applicable for this parish is two-seventeenths of the income amounting to £75 6

    Parishes Mancetter Plans of Mancetter Manor House

    Lady Dudley . 50 She, in turn, conveyed her estates to the then incumbents of Mancetter , Leek Wotton , Ashow , Kenilworth , Monks Kirby , and Stoneleigh , to augment the stipends of these poor benefices in perpetuity,

    Parishes Stoneleigh

    of the charity see parish of Baginton . Alice, Duchess Dudley . For particulars of this charity see parish of Ashow . The share of the charity applicable for this parish consists of four-seventeenth parts of the income of the

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