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Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 10, 1354-1360
further with the manors of Ceden, Staple and Wroxhale or with the advowsons of the churches ... of Wroxhale and the advowson of the church thereof in Dorset, ... by knight service, and the manors of Ceden, Staple...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII: Volume 1, 1485-1500
Broughton and Wroxhale co. Wilts, Hilton manor co. Cornwall, Wykcobham co. ... as follows: That Sir Thomas Seymour should have the manors of Wroxhall, Ramsham, Maperton and Childe Frome co. Dorset with the...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 4, 1323-1327
Wroxhale came before the king, on Monday after the Epiphany, and sought
A Topographical Dictionary of England
and vestiges of Roman antiquity. Wroxhall (St. Leonard) WROXHALL ( St. Leonard), ... undulated. Wroxhall is a donative peculiar, of which the chaplaincy ... of the quadrangular edifice called...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 11, 1259-1261
See Rockingham. Rokishal. See Wroxhall. Rolleston, Rolliston [co.
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1645-7
Wriothesley, Thos., see Southampton, Earl of. Worth, Mr. Wroxhall, co. Warwick,
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Interregnum, 1657-8
firemister Wroxhall, co. Warwick Wurts, Em. Eyers Bay, Portugal letters, &c.,
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 8
Ditto. George Hoveden. 1374, Thomas Walrond, (on an exchange for Wroxhall
A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 3, Barlichway Hundred
Constance, sister of Thomas Lucy and wife of Sir John Burgoyne of Wroxhall, 16
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 7, 1343-1346
Baroun of Wroxhale was born at Bouecombe and his father was one Walter ... of Wroxhale holding 1 virgates of land in the bondage of Wroxhale according to the custom of the manor of ...