2 edition of shrievalty in Gloucestershire found in the catalog.
shrievalty in Gloucestershire
D. J. H. Smith
The Family of Robert Hale born c, of Dursley. 1 Robert HALE of Dursley. Born: c Died: Will: (Source: GRO Reference /, GRO Catalog Wills ). Gloucestershire Online Genealogy Records This chart shows links to countrywide collections. To find links to collections for lower jurisdictions (such as a county, town, or parish), go to Locating Online Databases. , , and can be searched free of charge at your local family history center or the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
John Twynyho of Cirencester, Bristol and Lechlade, all in Gloucestershire, was a lawyer and wealthy wool merchant who served as Recorder of Bristol, as a Member of Parliament for Bristol in Gloucestershire in and in and for the prestigious county seat Gloucestershire in In he was Attorney General to Lord Edward, eldest. Gloucestershire About the Author Bailey, Jane Leckhampton Born in Leckhampton, Jane is a former Italian and French teacher, and writes historical novels set in Gloucestershire. Barnes, Zoe Cheltenham - Wrote romantic and erotic fiction under various pen names. During her writing career, she wrote 45 books. Her real name was Susan Morgan.
On 18 February he added the shrievalty of Cumberland for life at a farm of £, but on 20 July following he was granted all issues from the sheriff’s farm, the demesnes of Carlisle, the fisheries and ‘all the other rents and farms rendered to the king within the county for f a year, except the enclosures in Inglewood which he. Suspended July-Dec. , July Mar.
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The latter were reunited to Gloucestershire inbut the cities of Bristol and Gloucester continued to rank as independent counties, with separate jurisdiction, county rate and assizes.
The chief officer of the Forest of Dean was the warden, who was generally also constable of St Briavel Castle. The first justice-seat for the forest was. Miles FitzWalter of Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford (died 24 December ) (alias Miles of Gloucester) was a great magnate based in the west of was hereditary Constable of England and Sheriff of Gloucestershire.
He inherited vast landholdings in Wales from his wife Sibyl de Neufmarché (whose father had conquered the independent kingdom of Brycheiniog (Brecknockshire.
established by entries in Domesday Book.1 In the fee of Walter fitz Roger in Gloucestershire comprised [Great] Barrington and [South] Cerney. Domesday records that South Cerney ‘is claimed for St Mary’s church at Abingdon, but all the county testified that Archbishop Stigand had held it for ten years during King Edward’s lifetime.
The Gloucestershire Shrievalty. List of 21st Century Gloucestershire High Sheriffs: - Major John Vickers Eyre DL - Mrs. Jane Jenner-Fust DL - Moger Woolley DL - Mrs Deborah Hutton - Simon Preston DL - Michael Stone DL.
Shop for Books on Google Play. Browse the world's largest eBookstore and start reading today on the web, tablet, phone, or ereader. The Baronial Shrievalty The Gloucestershire Gentry in the Fourteenth Century Nigel Saul No preview available - This we learn from two charters there tested, one of which was printed by Madox (History of the Exchequer, p.
), by which Stephen confirms to Miles, ‘sicut baroni et justiciario meo,’ the shrievalty of Gloucestershire, the constableship of Gloucester Castle, and the ‘honour’ of Brecknock.
the shrievalty in Gloucestershire, and David J.H. Smith provided a leaflet carrying the list forward to The list of under-sheriffs given in the Transactions is reprinted below and brought up to date. The information from on is taken principally from Gloucestershire Archives, Q/RAs. Gloucestershire Quarter Sessions Quarter Sessions 'rolls' (files), running in almost unbroken series from the 16th Century, and order books or minute books from the early 17th.
Gloucestershire has nothing before the date of the Restoration. (But see Bibliographical Note (p. Shrievalty: Warrants of appointment of sheriffs (Q. Principal Primary Sources. James Neild, The State of the Prisons of England, Scotland and Wales (London, ), p; Account of Gaols, Houses of Correction or Penitentiaries in the United Kingdom, (Parl.
Papers,XVII), p TRACY, RICHARD (d. ), protestant reformer, was descended from a family which had been settled at Toddington, Gloucestershire, since the twelfth century (A Short Memoir of the Noble Families of Tracy and Courtenay, ).
William de Tracy [q. v.], the murderer of Thomas à Becket, is said to have belonged to it, and many of its members acted. Gloucestershire has been fortunate in attracting people with sufficient wealth to build and maintain these houses and the book shows that this continues to be the case.
Many well known houses are described in part 2 from Rodmarton Manor by Ernest Barnsley of the Arts and Crafts movement and the unfinished Woodchester Park by Benjamin Bucknall. Shrievalty: papers concerning shrievalty of Hampshire,Wiltshire, , and Berkshire, ; list of nominees for offices of sheriffs of the counties of England and Wales, ; poll books for Gloucestershire elections, Gloucestershire Farmers and High Prices of Corn The Fowlers of Gloucestershire continued.
Tewkesbury Abbey and the Pew System. Extracts from the Council Minute Book at Gloucester. The Rev Sir Henry BateDudley Bart. R Hanchet of Cirencester John Allibond D D. Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 4, Gloucestershire, England, Church of England Baptisms, Liz Jack has published a two volume guide to Discovering Gloucestershire Ancestors available both as printed books and electronically from the website Gloucestershire Archives search for individuals in the records for canal boat inspections, gaol, inventories, overseers, wills -wills - and non-conformist records.
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Gloucestershire. Both flags have a fringe along their edges. At that time only cavalry standards had fringes: infantry colours were plain-edged, as continued to be the usage in England down to The third flag is at Heverswood, Brasted, Kent, the residence of Brig.-General H.
Chandos-Pole-Gell, and is an Infantry Company. - Gloucestershire County Council: Community Services: Record Office - Gloucestershire County Council: Community & Adult Care: Library Service: "Our Untold Stories" project; - Gloucestershire County Council: Education and Legal and Democratic Services 6 - Gloucestershire County Council, post records: accruing series.
I, SP 14/86 ff. 68r–69v, published in Ornsby, Selections from the Household Books, –5; REED: Cumberland, Westmorland, Gloucestershire, ); Morton to Abbot, 7 MayTNA, SPD Jam. I., SP 14/87, ff.
18r–19r; Morton to Winwood, 9 MayTNA, SPD Jam. I., SP 14/92 ff. 86r–87v. Calendar states that the last letter was written by. No records from 17th year for 21 years. Possible Henry Beauchamp, heir to Richard, had the shrievalty in this period; Edward IV (first reign) 4 March – 2 October Period also covers Henry VI (second reign) 30 October – 11 April Edward IV (second reign) 11 April – 9 April Edward V 9 April – 25 June Ralph Walsh is again mentioned with manors in Gloucestershire and South Wales in and in Ralph Walsh represented Gloucestershire in parliament in October and was selected to fill the shrievalty on December 1 next.
The Walsh family held Woolstrop (Gloucest.) and Llanwaryn and Dynan in South Wales (V.C.H. Gloucs., x. The Stroudwater Navigation opened in from the Severn at Framilode to Stroud, Gloucestershire, a distance of eight miles. Personal reminiscences, legal documents, census returns and illustrations, are used to record the role played by the canal in the social history of the region.