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A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 2
the church of Taynton with the chapel of Pauntley, the church of Dymock, ... of the churches of Kingsland, Dymock, and Newent with the chapel of Pauntley
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 12, 1261-1264
336. Pampel. See Pauntley. Panesworth. See Panworth. Panshill, Pauncehal ... Pauncehal. See Panshill. Pauntley, Pampel [co. Gloucester], 315. Paunton, James
A Topographical Dictionary of England
There are places of worship for Baptists and Wesleyans. Pauntley (St. John the Evangelist) PAUNTLEY ( St. John the Evangelist), a parish, in the union ... to the south: the lower lands are watered by the Leadon....
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 1, 1227-1231
See Pauntley. Panton', Baldwin de, coroner in Lincolnshire, 283. ... [co. Wilts.], 482. - See Pancehaye (?). Pauntley, Panteleg [co. Glouc.],
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 11, Bisley and Longtree Hundreds
from the Maunsells to their kinsmen, the Whittingtons of Pauntley, possibly by descent ... to Wm. Whittington of Pauntley recorded there appears to be confirmed
Calendar of Letter-Books of the City of London: L, Edward IV-Henry VII
Johannis Gregory. 16 Dec., 7 Henry VII. [A.D. 1491], came Robert Pauntley ... by the above Robert Pauntley of a like sum to the use of Bartholomew and Elizabeth,
A History of the County of Worcester: Volume 3
from Pauntley, (Gloucs.), on the south and by the Glynch Brook, 2 a tributary ... in the Domesday Survey. 86 In 1359 there was a mill known as Pauntleys belonging ... have been in Pauntley on the...
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 10, Westbury and Whitstone Hundreds
Pauntley 1528. Hockaday Abs. xxii, 1498 visit. f. 8. Ibid. xxv, 1532 subsidy
A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 8
of Pauntley, grandson of Guy's and Cecily's eldest son Robert, who had land ... of Pauntley, died in 1546 leaving six daughters and co-heirs. 67 It was said ... Pauntley; Bodl. MS. Willis 16, p....