During the 17th century, the rectory lands and tithes of Cheltenham and the associated 'chapel' of Charlton Kings descended from Sir Baptist Hicks
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
Cheltenham has a rich series of manor records, starting in the 1300s.
The Hundred Roll for Cheltenham was not included when the series was published in the early 19th century.
Hartpury Probate Inventories, 1632-1790