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You searched for: Place: "Abington Pigotts", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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    Armingford hundred

    for the earls of Gloucester , exercised almost exclusive jurisdiction over Guilden Morden , Tadlow , Litlington , and Abington Pigotts , and partly at Meldreth , remaining active until the late 16th century. 12 In the 16th and 17th Victoria County History

    Parishes Abington Pigotts

    Parishes Abington PigottsABINGTON PIGOTTS THE parish of Abington Pigotts , 1 once Abington by Shingay , was so named, to distinguish it from the two Abingtons in Chilford hundred, after the family which owned most of the parish from Victoria County History

    Parishes Litlington

    usually once a year, for five neighbouring fees belonging to the earls' honor of Clare , at Litlington itself, Abington Pigotts , Meldreth , Tadlow , and Guilden Morden . Each fee had its own jury, and its business was Victoria County History

    Parishes Steeple Morden

    brook, so named by the mid 13th century, 4 which flows northward into the Cam . The boundary with Abington Pigotts runs along lesser watercourses, one probably once called the North brook. Further south the eastern and western boundaries follow Victoria County History

    Parishes Bassingbourn

    , 221. So distinguished from a namesake, who was lord of Wimpole and Abington Pigotts : see V.C.H. Cambs . v. 265, and above, Abington Pigotts , manors. P.R.O., CP 25(1)/29/86, no. 15; CP 25(1)/29/89, nos. 7, 11. Ibid. PROB Victoria County History

    Over Manors and other estates

    fee of the bishop of Ely . 74 A second intermediate lordship may have descended with the holding in Abington Pigotts of the Feugeres family, which died out in the male line shortly after 1268. 75 In 1279 Robert Hall Victoria County History

    Parishes Shingay

    Steeple Morden , was the largest, covering nearly 400 a. in 1851 when South farm, with some land in Abington Pigotts , covered 230 a. and Manor farm 250 a. 63 In the course of the 19th century more pasture Victoria County History

    Parishes Wendy

    , 23. P.R.O., CP 25(1)/24/25, no. 10; above, Bassingbourn , manors. Cal. Inq. p.m . ix, p. 105; above, Abington Pigotts , manors. Cal. Inq. p.m . xv, pp. 206-7. Above, Croydon , manors; L. & P. Hen . VIII Victoria County History

    Index A - Z

    1313), 5 fam., 116 Abington by Shingay , see Abington Pigotts Abington , Great, 4; and see Bourn Bridge Abington , Little, 4, 10; and see Bourn Bridge Abington Pigotts ( Abington by Shingay ), 1, 4-12 , 24, 111, Victoria County History

    Parishes Croydon cum Clopton

    estates had been consolidated by the Feugeres family, their tenants in demesne, descending until c . 1270 with its Abington Pigotts manor. 98 About 1199 Alan de Feugeres, then tenant, sued Ralph son of Joscelin for 1 hide at Croydon Victoria County History

    INDEX A-J

    page number followed by n is a reference only to the footnotes on that page. Abbotsley (Hunts.), Aberystwyth (Cardig.), Abington Pigotts , Acton : John, Marg., see Cutts Addenbrooke's hospital, see Cambridge Addison , Edw., rector of Landbeach , Ade, Victoria County History

    General index A-J

    see Hamilton Aberdeen , Earl of, see Gordon Aberdeen , Univ. of, Abingdon , Berks ., n ; abbey, Abington Pigotts , Cambs., n , n Abney Pk. Cemetery , Stoke Newington , Acheulian 'industry' , Achi the housecarl , Victoria County History

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    \\,i \ L-vel Ground , Kainfall Mean Amount ;.l>ate days F>-t Ft. In. i;-. In. Jn. I , I Abington Pigotts i 130 0b : 1 - 62 - 09 "35 26th 15 T -= Rh.-e 1 -42 - (┬╗dsev(:n.:ige Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    any place within the same Division, that is to say, into any of the places following, viz. : - Abington Pigotts, Haslingfield, Orwell, Arrington, East Hatlev, Royston (Cambs) Barrington, Hatley St. George Shepreth, Bassingbourn, Kneesworth, Shingay, Croydon, Littiugton, Tadlow, Great Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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