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Aldworth is a mostly cultivated village and civil parish in the English county of Berkshire, close to the modern northern county boundary with Oxfordshire. It is in the rural area between Reading, Newbury and Streatley. The parish includes one hamlet, Westridge Green, narrowly separated by a cultivated agricultural field of Aldworth.
- also known as Aldworth, England
- part of United Kingdom, West Berkshire
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Collections towards a parochial history of Berkshire, being the answers returned to mr. Mores's circular letters and queries for the parishes of Bisham, Chadlesworth [&c.]. (1783)
Ashmole + says, Aldworth is a vicarage, in the deanery of Newbury, and patronage of St. John's college, Cambridge,, formerly remarkable for being the lordship of the ancient family of De la Becbey who had a castle here, and whose heirs ...
by Dutton, Allen and co
ALDWORTH is a scattered village and parish, distant from Goring station, on the Great "Western ...
by Thomas Best
Aldworth is a very honest man, but no ways fitt to be an Agent and Cheef Factor in Suratt. To aledge reasons would grow tedious. Some proper ...
The History and Antiquities of Newbury and Its Environs, Including Twenty-eight Parishes, Situate in the County of Berks: Also a Catalogue of Plants Found in the Neighbourhood. [By E. W. Gray.] (1839)
by Edward William GRAY
ALDWORTH Is a scattered village 4 miles from Ilsley, 9 miles from Wallingford, and 9 miles from Newbury. It is situated on a high hill, and there is not a spring or a stream of water in the parish; there are not many wells ,and those are of a vast ...
by Christopher Winn
Aldworth is an exhilarating place to visit .
Walking in Berkshire (2013)
20 countryside walks by Robert Wilson
Aldworth is a pretty Downland village with someold cottages, a green with an oldwell and theBell Inn. Thechurchis to the southof the village. Thewell isstill completewithits oldcog wheels. Itis 372ft/113m deep, the deepest in Berkshire, and was ...
THE GENTILE JESUS (2011)
Christ as He really is to us today. by John Dudley Aldworth
The end ABOUT JOHN ALDWORTH British-born John Aldworth is a survivor. As 270 John Dudley ...
by Bram Stoker
Aldworth is a wonderful ...
by Robert M. Cooper
Aldworth is a large, attractive house, even imposing in its own way, but in no sense massive. It looks as if the winds and rains have beaten upon it for years, as no doubt they have. Built of local sandstone and with a green slate roof, it is gothic ...
The Castles of England (1896)
Their Story and Structure by Sir James Dixon Mackenzie (7th bart. of Scatwell and 9th of Tarbat)
ALDWORTH is a village lying S.W. of Streatley-on- Thames. Near it was a castle of the De la Beche family, situated on a hill, half a mile S. of the church, where now exists a house still called Beche Farm, though ...
Edward Cassey and Co.'s History, Gazetteer and Directory of Berkshire and Oxfordshire, with an Excellent Map of Each County (1868)
by Edward Cassey (Firm)
builder Goswell Mary Ann, shopkeeper Goswell Robert, wheelwright Joplen Elizabeth, grocer Keraley Anthony James, milhr, maston'mill Keep William, farmer , Ferris' s farm Alder- Alder- ALDWORTH Is a small village aud parish, 12 miles ...
farmer & general valuer, Aldermaston farm ALDWORTH is a village and ...
by Arthur Edward Waite
ALDWORTH AND KINDRED MYSTERIES It is not of any real consequence whether or not the Hon. Elizabeth St. Leger — daughter of Viscount Doneraile and afterwards Mrs. Aldworth, of Newmarket, County Cork— was initiated into ...
by Virginia Trimble, Thomas R. Williams, Katherine Bracher, Richard Jarrell, Jordan D. Marché, F. Jamil Ragep
Daly, Reginald Aldworth...
by Albert G. Mackey
Elizabeth Aldworth, about the only instance as the commentators suggest where the supposed initiation of a woman rests upon something more than mere tradition. Essays dealing with this curious ceremony are in Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, ...
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland: Supplement, corrigenda and general index (1849)
by John Burke, Sir Bernard Burke
Aldworth has issue, ' Dr. John Ryder, maternal great-grandfather of the present Mr. Aldworth, m. Alicia Wilmot, a descendant of Sir Nicholas Wilmot, by the dau. of Sir Henry Harpur, who (through the houses of Faunt and Clarevaulx) was ...
The Element Encyclopedia of Secret Societies: The Ultimate A–Z of Ancient Mysteries, Lost Civilizations and Forgotten Wisdom (2010)
by John Michael Greer
Aldworth, Elizabeth According to contemporary accounts, Elizabeth Aldworth (née St Leger), the daughter of Viscount Doneraile, was the ...
by V. Purton, N. Page
Aldworth Built 1868: Tennyson's house on the Sussex Downs. Needing a second home more accessible than *Farringford, the Tennysons bought land on Blackdown, on the northern edge of Sussex, two miles from Haslemere in Surrey.
by Augustus ROW
Aldworth, Elizabeth (The Female Mason).—Elizabeth Aldworth, of New Market, Cork County, Ireland, was of the St. Leger family, and a daughter of Lord Wiscount Doneraile, ...
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- Aldworth jct
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- Aldworth Philharmonic Orchestra
The conductor and first chair from the concert last night at the Reading Concert Hall.
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- St Mary's Church, Aldworth, Berkshire
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- Cary Grant and his good friend Chris Aldworth
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