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History of the manor and parish of Castre, or Castle Church.

Thomas John de Mazzinghi

History of the manor and parish of Castre, or Castle Church.

by Thomas John de Mazzinghi

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Published by printed by Harrison in (London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCollections for a history of Staffordshire -- vol.8, pt.2.
ContributionsStaffordshire Record Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 152, xviii p. ;
Number of Pages152
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19914089M

The Domesday Book records. Ralph [the new Norman lord] holds 3 hides [3 x acres] from William [FitzAnsculf of Dudley Castle].. There is land for 3 ploughteams. In the demesne [the lord's land] 1 ploughteam. 10 villeins [freeborn tenants] and 3 bordars [smallholders] have 3 ploughteams.. Woodland 1 league [ miles] long and half a league wide.. The value [for tax . STRATFORD-SUB-CASTLE. Before its extinction in the parish of Stratford-sub-Castle lay to the north of the city of New Sarum. It was roughly square, but on its west side two excrescences projected across the Avon. Of these the hamlet called Avon formed the .

These were all assimilated, along with the church, into the Outer Bailey of the enclosed, hilltop, motte and bailey fortress, founded by Lord of the Manor, William Peverel. William was the allegedly illegitimate, but nevertheless favourite, son of William the Conqueror, and Keeper both of Bolsover Castle and Peveril Castle at Castleton in the. I—THE DESCENT OF THE MANOR. In Domesday Book there are two entries relating to Castle Donington, under the respective headings of the land of the countess Alveva and that of earl Hugh. " The countess Alveva held Dunitone. There are 22^ carucates of land, In king Edward's time 20 ploughs were there.

The parish of Sandal in this period was a quiet place consisting of small cottages and farms, with the church and castle at its heart in Sandal Magna. There were several other villages and hamlets within the boundaries of the parish, including Walton, Chapelthorpe, Crigglestone, Agbrigg, West Bretton, Milnthorpe, Newmillerdam, Woodthorpe. However, this was not the first time that the village had been offered for sale, but on that occasion eighty years previously, it was as one lot, "The Entire Village & Nearly the Whole Parish of Castle Combe and a Considerable Section of the Parishes of Nettleton and Yatton Keynell", Messrs Driver & Company at the Auction Mart in Tokenhouse.


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History of the manor and parish of Castre, or Castle Church by Thomas John de Mazzinghi Download PDF EPUB FB2

The parish of Castle Combe is conterminous with the manor. It is bounded on the north by Littleton-Drew, Grittleton, and Sevington; on the east by Yatton Keynell; on the south by Slaughterford and North Wraxall; and on the west by Nettleton. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

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Behind the village to the east or Castle Church. book the hill, locally known as 'The Mount', crowned with the earthwork remains of Beaudesert Castle District: Stratford-on-Avon. History of the Manor and Ancient Barony of Castle Combe, in the County of Wilts: Chiefly Compiled from Original Mss.

and Chartularies at Castle Combe. With Memoirs of the Families of Dunstanvile, Badlesmere, Tiptoft, Scrope, Fastolf, Etc: Compiled by: George Poulett Scrope: Publisher: J.B. Nichols & son, printers, Original from: Harvard Reviews: 1. CASTLE CHURCH. Castle Church has been a separate parish from at least The ancient parish was roughly square in shape and mainly lay immediately south, southeast, and south-west of Stafford.

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Richard's Castle is a village, castle and two civil parishes on the border of the counties of Herefordshire and Shropshire in England. The Herefordshire section of the parish had a population of at the Census. The Shropshire section of the parish had a population of at the grid reference: SO The posterity of Eustace adopted the local name, and probably had their castle here which has given a name to the parish.

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It is a single parish, with three church .The Domesday Book records the manor of Franchelie, whose name derives from the Old English Franca's leah meaning 'Franca's clearing'.The ancient hamlet is centred on Church Hill around the junction of Scotland Lane and Frankley Lane and still nestles in countryside, with Bartley Green (s), and Woodgate (c) to the north, and modern Frankley (early s) to the .The church of Hawking was antiently appendant to the manor, and was given with it, as has been mentioned before, by William de Flegh, to the abbot and convent of St.

Radigund, and in the register of that abbey, there is an entry that anno&c. when Lewis reigned in England, this church of Havekyng was spoiled by William de Averlinges, once.