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Hicks Beach family, Earls St Aldwyn

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Date: 1250-2000
  • Beverstone, Gloucestershire
  • Broughton Poggs, Oxfordshire
  • Church Oakley, Hampshire
  • Coln St Aldwyns, Gloucestershire
  • Cripplegate, London
  • Deane, Hampshire
  • Fittleton, Wiltshire
  • Idmiston, Wiltshire
  • Keevil, Wiltshire
  • Margam, Glamorgan
  • Mark, Somerset
  • Netheravon, Wiltshire
  • Offenham, Worcestershire
  • Quenington, Gloucestershire
  • St Marylebone, Middlesex
  • Williamstrip Park, Gloucestershire
  • Witcombe Park, Gloucestershire
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/F84901 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/F3963 )
Number Description Held by Reference Further information
17th cent-20th cent: Gloucs (Williamstrip Park, Coln St Aldwyn, Quenington, Witcombe Park etc), Hants (Church Oakley, Deane), London (Cripplegate, St Marylebone, etc), Somerset (Mark, etc), Wilts (Fittleton, Keevil, Netheravon, etc), Offenham (Worcs), Glamorgan, County Kildare and County Westmeath deeds, legal and estate papers
Gloucestershire Archives
NRA 3526
c1250-1916: Gloucs (Great Witcombe, Beverstone, etc), London (Cripplegate) and Worcs (Offenham) deeds, legal and misc estate papers
Gloucestershire Archives
NRA 670 Hicks Beach
1472-18th cent: misc Gloucs (Beverstone), London (Cripplegate, St Marylebone, etc) deeds and papers, also incl Hicks family papers in suit Hicks v Hicks
The National Archives
16th cent-17th cent: Hants estate and family papers
Hampshire Archives and Local Studies
See Accessions to Repositories 1988
records of the Hicks Beach family and predecessor families, including records of their estates at Williamstrip in Coln St Aldwyn, Netheravon, Fittleton and Keevil (Wiltshire) and Oakley (Hampshire), personal records of various members of the families, records relating to public office including the papers of Sir Michael Edward Hicks Beach, first Earl St Aldwyn, as Chief Secretary for Ireland, Colonial Secretary and Chancellor of the Exchequer, and records relating to the family's involvement in local life in the villages surrounding their estates
Gloucestershire Archives