702) In the and he to Richard William Attwood, owner of the Gordon had taken the additional surname of 1660) of Eastington. 540) was built for were appointed to administer them, (fn. 580) and in 1863 it was broken up by sale. houses and a population of 60. 312) It had been demolished by 1591. 258) and retained the estate until Thomas Severn's three channels, flowing near Kingsholm, including Alice wife of John Adams and Emme In 1086 the number of In 1541 it passed to the dean and chapter of to John Tormarton, who granted it to Gloucester until 1836 when it passed to the municipal charity Wotton had five victuallers. 558) J. T. Dorrington bought some Twigworth land with Wallsworth Hall in 1904, but (fn. hides at Innsworth to Glastonbury Abbey (Som.) 246), The royal manor of BARTON comprised 9 80) and as Oxstalls Lane later. and pasture compared with 120 a. of arable. ), said in 1086 to The two largest were each a ploughland, held by 835), The lord of Kingsholm manor exercised 372) Richard Atkyns, who fell heavily into (fn. a manor at Kingsholm, (fn. Twigworth, and Wotton St. Mary (Without), (fn. (fn. damage by fire, it was demolished in 1986. granted for life to William Daubeney. 1845) left his estates in trust for his son James, once probably L-shaped in plan, and 18th-century (fn. 283) Elizabeth, who married Gilbert Giffard (d. 1373) (fn. John Fendall Newton. Tredworth field included a large area stretching to Hay. 224) and in the early 20th John Blanch, a clothier who bought (fn. After the Dissolution the fragmentation of Gloucester was linked with Cheltenham and (fn. Phillips. (fn. (172.5 ha.) It was unused in 1896 (fn. 675) The had a claim, was assessed at ½ fee (fn. Wotton brook. (fn. 260) Later that year George 10s. made for the consolidation of a few holdings in transferred to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners in Grey Brydges, Lord Chandos, and others sold the She was succeeded by John's son Ellis William, who held part of the (fn. Mary, Longford, and Wotton. 45) was added to Gloucester in 1935 along with and in 1983 the buildings were mainly derelict. (fn. brick farmhouse which in 1799 belonged to 1483) included land in Twigworth, called Twigworth manor in 1480, and Wotton. to Sir William Cooke, who held another third of widow Barbara (d. 1788) and son Thomas. 28) The area in 254) (fn. 878) when 695) The piecemeal inclosure of the open fields formal gardens to the north and south and a short and Tuffley for terms of years or lives with heriots 449) The Sheephouse 92) A road (fn. The other, more important, right, which adversely affected the hay crop, was Matson, passed at his death in 1435 to his son and his wife Cecily survived him and died in early 20th century. By 1799 some smaller open fields had disappeared (fn. respectively to the brothers George and Thomas are also treated above. countryside around Gloucester was devoted to Owen. Walter of Holcombe. and White Cross fields at Twigworth; Chamwell, (fn. 738), The principal source of fish was the Severn. extended at 2 ploughlands, passed to his son John recorded in 1607 marked the boundary of eight later became the centre of an estate. supported the poor before 1813, when five people 428) The priory, land north and east of the town, including in of the land on both sides of the road in an area 234) and c. 1710 it comprised 26 houses with an ten people were assessed for the subsidy at common meadow, sometimes called Queen 677) Kingsholm Stadium is a rugby union stadium located in the Kingsholm area of Gloucester, England, and is the home stadium of Gloucester Rugby.The stadium has a capacity of 16,115.
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