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    Parishes East Meon East Meon Church

    East Meon EAST MEON Menes (xi cent.); Meonis (xii cent.); East Menes (xiii cent.); Estmune, Estmunes, Moene and Estmeone (xiv cent.); Estmene (xv cent.); and Estmeane (xvi cent.). Until 1894 the parish of East Meon included the tithings of Oxenbourn, Victoria County History

    The hundred of East Meon Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of EAST MEON

    The hundred of East Meon Introduction THE HUNDRED OF EAST MEON CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF EAST MEON FROXFIELD and STEEP with North Ambersham Tithing and South Ambersham Tithing 1 In Domesday Book the hundred is represented by a single Victoria County History

    Parishes Steep

    Parishes Steep STEEP La Stuppe, La Stiepe, and Stupe xiv cent.; Steepe xvii cent. The parish of Steep formerly included a strip of land called Ambersham in the county of Sussex situated near Midhurst and Petworth , but under Victoria County History

    List of maps

    List of maps LIST OF MAPS Index Map to the Hundred of Selborne 2 " " " " Bishop's Sutton 36 " " " " East Meon 63 " " " " Finchdean 82 " " " Liberty of Victoria County History

    The hundred of Meonstoke Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of MEONSTOKE

    The hundred of Meonstoke Introduction THE HUNDRED OF MEONSTOKE CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF CORHAMPTON MEONSTOKE SOBERTON WARNFORD The above list represents the extent of the hundred at the time of the Population Returns of 1831. The parishes of West Victoria County History

    Parishes Froxfield

    Parishes Froxfield FROXFIELD Froxafeld (x cent.). Froxfield is a parish of irregular shape containing several small groups of houses, the principal settlement being at Froxfield Green , where the old church formerly stood. Petersfield station on the London and Victoria County History

    The hundred of Hambledon Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of HAMBLEDON

    The hundred of Hambledon Introduction THE HUNDRED OF HAMBLEDON CONTAINING THE PARISH OF HAMBLEDON , with the tithings of Denmead , Chidden , Glidden, and Ervill's Exton 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey Hambledon was not entered Victoria County History

    Parishes West Meon

    Parishes West Meon WEST MEON Menes (xi cent.); Meones (xiii cent.). The parish of West Meon covers 3,772 acres of hilly country, through the centre of which the River Meon runs east to west, while the land rises north Victoria County History

    The hundred of Fawley with the Liberty of Alresford Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of FAWLEY and the LIBERTY of ALRESFORD

    The hundred of Fawley with the Liberty of Alresford Introduction THE HUNDRED OF FAWLEY WITH THE LIBERTY OF ALRESFORD CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF OLD ALRESFORD KILMESTON TICHBORNE AVINGTON MARTYR WORTHY WITH CHILLAND TWYFORD BISHOPSTOKE WEST MEON CHERITON WITH BEAU- Victoria County History

    Parishes Martyr Worthy

    Parishes Martyr Worthy MARTYR WORTHY Wurdia la Martre, Wordia, Worthi Martre (xiii cent.). The parish of Martyr Worthy cum Chilland covers about 2,060 acres, rising from the low-lying ground near the Itchen in the south, to the high ridge Victoria County History

    The hundred of Barton Stacey Index Map to the Hundred of Barton Stacey .

    The hundred of Barton Stacey THE HUNDRED OF BARTON STACEY containing the parishes of Barton Stacey ; Colemore ; Headbourne Worthy ; Kings Worthy ; Pamber; Priors Dean 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey the hundred of Victoria County History

    Parishes Petersfield

    Parishes Petersfield PETERSFIELD Petrefeld and Peterfeud, xiii cent.; Petresfeld, xiv cent. The town of Petersfield is situated near the centre of the parish of Petersfield , in the midst of an extensive agricultural district, forming one of the most Victoria County History

    Parishes Cheriton

    Parishes Cheriton CHERITON Cherytone (xii cent.); Churton Chyritone (xvi cent.). The 3,264 acres of land comprised in the parish of Cheriton are made up of high down country sloping in every direction towards the village, which lies in a Victoria County History

    Parishes Catherington

    Parishes Catherington CATHERINGTON Kateringeton (xii cent.); Katerinton (xiii cent.); Catrington (xv cent.); Katherington, Katteryngton, and Ketherington (xvi cent.). Catherington is a large parish covering an area of 5,279 acres. The village lies almost in the centre of the parish, Victoria County History

    NEALE, Francis, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London and East Meon, Hants.

    NEALE, Francis, of St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London and East Meon, Hants. Constituency Dates Grantham 1593 Grantham 1597 Ofifces Held Auditor of the Exchequer from c.1593 to at least 1625; j.p. Hants 1625, commr. martial law 1627. Biography Neale’s grandfather, father History of Parliament

    COLE, Edward (c.1549-1617), of Winchester, Hants.

    COLE, Edward (c.1549-1617), of Winchester, Hants. Constituency Dates Winchester 1601 Winchester 1604 Ofifces Held Freeman, Winchester 12 Sept. 1578; bailiff 1578-9; registrar, diocese of Winchester by 13 Apr. 1584; mayor, Winchester 1587-8, 1598-9, 1612-13; public notary by 1596; actuary, History of Parliament

    LEWIS, Sir William, 1st Bt. (1598-1677), of Llangorse, Brec. and Bordean House, East Meon, Hants.

    LEWIS, Sir William, 1st Bt. (1598-1677), of Llangorse, Brec. and Bordean House, East Meon, Hants. Constituency Dates Petersfield Apr. 1640 Petersfield Nov. 1640 Breconshire 1660 Lymington 1661 Nov. 1677 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Brec. 1619-20, 1636-7; j.p. Hants 1627-?47, Brec. History of Parliament

    MARVYN, James (1529-1611), of Fonthill Gifford, Wilts.

    MARVYN, James (1529-1611), of Fonthill Gifford, Wilts. Constituency Dates Wiltshire 1572 Hindon 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. Wilts. from 1573, commr. recusancy; sheriff, Wilts. 1597-8; dep. lt. from 1601; col. of Wilts. trained bands sent to I.o.W. 1590, 1596; collector History of Parliament

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