Abstracts of Records and Manuscripts Respecting the County of Gloucester; Formed Into a History, Correcting the Very Erroneous Accounts, and Supplying Numerous Deficiencies in Sir Rob. Atkins, and Subsequent Writers Volume 2

Abstracts of Records and Manuscripts Respecting the County of Gloucester; Formed Into a History, Correcting the Very Erroneous Accounts, and Supplying Numerous Deficiencies in Sir Rob. Atkins, and Subsequent Writers Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1807 edition. Excerpt: ...my possession, dated May 27, 3 Edw. VI. at a view of frankpledge for his Ma_jesty's manor of " Tewlesbugr-Bartona mzper Monaslerz'z'," Geo. Hatton is mentioned as steward; Thomas VVcents-tlierston, deputy; and Thomas Sternhold, Esq. supervisor of his Majesty's county of Gloucester. Thisrnmtor, undcrthe name of the Abbey Fee, passed in the grant to Th0mas.Lord Seymour, of Sudeley, and the corporation. Jllyllie and./lfytlrc lope.--The demesn of the M. oi'Tewksbury, in this place, passed from Geo. Duke of Clarence, (1) and Ann, Countess of Warwick, to the crown.('2) It was granted to Tho. Lord Seymour, oi Sudeley, I Ed. VI. and again to Dan. and Alex. Perle, (fl) who had licence to alienate to VVill_Thorneby and Rich.Walteinan, (4) who, or another Rich. had livery of the cap. mess. lands, and tytlies-, in Mythe. (.5) Query'what has become of this edate?--The abbey. had, lit;en.ce to impark a wood, (6) given by Gilb. de Clare, in I230; ('7) and this park was granted to Sir H. Jerningham, and his w.(8) I Lands, 5'0. in the.Mu_y1h and Myllrc Hope, parcel of Tewksbury abbey, at'the ancient rent of 15.1. 10d. late in the tenure of Richard. Tyndall and Rich. Wakeman, were granted to Sir Will. Herbert, for the res. rent of2ls. 711. (9) "-' """-l-' ' 1 ' Gopis/(ull----S0u1hwilJtlfi.w--J0hn Conquest died seized of a mess. and caruc. with appurtenances, in Gopishull, within the M. of 'Te-wksbury, there being 120 acr. of land, 8 of mead. a sheep past. and 5s. rent of ass. per ann. from Rich. de Ploughton, a Free tenant; all held oftlie Earl of'Gl0lIc. in fee, by 2.1.64. per am. and suit of cowt: John Conquest, son and heir. (IO) Ralph Cotton, broth. and heir oshow more

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  • Paperback | 140 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 8mm | 263g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236855469
  • 9781236855466