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In 1604, James I disposed of the manor of Bishop's Cleeve, which had been held by the Crown since the dissolution, to two London merchants, Peter V

There are seven wills and nine inventories for this period including the will and inventory of the major freeholder, John Sumner and the copyholder

Seven wills and four inventories survive for this period.

Five wills and eight inventories survive for this period.

In the 1820s and 30s if you looked north from Basingstoke town centre two structures would dominate the top of the slope north of the River Loddon.

There are nine surviving wills with ten inventories belonging to them and one inventory of John Smales who died intestate in this period.

Wills and inventories dating from 1518-1831 have been transcribed by the Wills Group of the New Victoria County of Hampshire project, based in Basi

These transcripts of 21 Oxenhall probate inventories have been prepared by volunteer effort at the

During the 17th century, the rectory lands and tithes of Cheltenham and the associated 'chapel' of Charlton Kings descended from Sir Baptist Hicks

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