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    Woodchester Manor and other estates

    to a property company which fragmented the estate, selling the chief house and some land to Maj. M. H. S. Ayshford -Sanford, the owner in 1972 . 2 A small 17th-century house called the Salt Box was owned by Thomas Victoria County History

    Parishese Broadway

    2), ccclxxxi, 137; Nash , op. cit. i, 144. Inform. given by Mrs. Ayshford Sanford. Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), ccclxxxi, 137. Ibid. Inform. given by Mrs. Ayshford Sanford. Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccxcvii, 55. Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. Victoria County History

    Parishes Raddington

    William's son John (d. 1779) and John's son William Ayshford (d. 1833). 81 Edward Ayshford Sanford, M.P. ( 1794-1871 ), son of the last, was followed by his son William Ayshford Sanford ( 1818- 1902 ). The family continued to Victoria County History

    Woolavington

    Joan married William Ayshford and the estate is said to have descended in the direct male line to her son John Ayshford , her grandson William, her great grandson John, and her great great grandson William Ayshford (d. 1508). In Victoria County History

    Parishes Clatworthy

    was appointed in 1653 and survived the Restoration. Stephen Pierce , rector 1677-1707 , held the rectory with Chipstable ; Ayshford Sanford, rector 1721-5 , with West Monkton ; and Henry Lockett , rector 1744-79 , with Crowcombe . 205 Victoria County History

    Parishes Clayton

    Booth of Cliff Bank , Stoke , a potter (d. 1831). 85 Mary Booth , their only child, married John Ayshford Wise in 1837 , and the Clayton estate remained in the Wise family until after 1916, although the hall Victoria County History

    Index A-Z

    Bampton Warin de, Austen , Rob., bellfounder, Avington ( Hants ) , Avoke , John or Thos., Axford , Eliz., Ayshford : Art., Hen. (d. 1650), Hen. (d. c . 1662), Joan, see Woolavington John (fl. 15th cent.), his s. Victoria County History

    Index

    , Lower, q.v . wood land, 173 Sanders Barnstaple , see Raddington Sanford : Ayshford , rector of Clatworthy and West Monkton , 38 Edw. Ayshford , 139 John (d. 1711), 139 John (d. 1779), 139 Revd. John, and his Victoria County History

    Swindon Churches

    members of the Goddard family: the reredos in 1891 by Pleydell and Jessie Goddard in memory of their brother, Ambrose Ayshford Goddard; the font in 1905 by Edward Hesketh Goddard in memory of his wife, and the pulpit in 1906 Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    , Ellis son of, see Ellis Avon , riv., see Bristol Avon Avranches , Hugh d', earl of Chester , Ayshford -Sanford , M. H. S., Bacon , Rog., n , n bacon-curing , Badbrook Mill , see Stroud , Victoria County History

    WISE, Ayshford (1786-1847), of Wonwell Court, nr. Modbury, Devon.

    WISE, Ayshford (1786-1847), of Wonwell Court, nr. Modbury, Devon. Constituency Dates Totnes 1812 91818 Ofifces Held Capt. Ermington batt. S. Devon militia 1809. Biography The Wise family had settled in Devon by the 13th century and were active in the History of Parliament

    SANFORD, Edward Ayshford (1794-1871), of Nynehead Court, Wellington, Som. and 41 Grosvenor Street, Mdx.

    Edward Ayshford (1794-1871), of Nynehead Court, Wellington, Som. and 41 Grosvenor Street, Mdx. Constituency Dates Somerset 1830 1832 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Som. 1848-9. Biography Sanford, whose family had been established in Somerset since about 1600, "made the tour of Europe' History of Parliament

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