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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Bonhommes The college of Ashridge

    House of Bonhommes The college of Ashridge HOUSE OF BONHOMMES 16. THE COLLEGE OF ASHRIDGE. The College of Bonhommes at Ashridge , was founded in 1283 by Edmund, Earl of Cornwall 1 in honour of The Precious Blood, on one

    Parishes Little Gaddesden

    40 Ashridge Park was inclosed before the time of the grant of the manor to the college of Ashridge , for in April 1286 Edmund earl of Cornwall had licence to close the highway through his woods of Ashridge and

    Parishes Pitstone

    In 1291 it was further stated that all tenants of the Rector and brethren of Ashridge should answer to their officers in all things at Ashridge and Pitstone , and that the king's justices in eyre when in Buckinghamshire should

    Parishes Wokingham

    called Ashridge neare to a place called Julian Taylors Crosse.' 74 According to another inquisition the lands called Ashridge lay in Hurst and Wokingham and contained 530 acres. 75 The hundred of Ashridge and the manor of Hertoke alias Ashridge

    The hundred of Sonning Introduction and map

    of Wilts . These in the reign of Henry VII 14 included the manor of Hertoke, more commonly known as Ashridge , in Wokingham and the tithings of Bokehurst and Beche in this hundred. It is possible that they had

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    EGERTON, John William (1753-1823), of Albemarle Street, Mdx.

    21 Drag. 1782-3, 7 Drag. 1790, brevet col. 1793; maj.-gen. 1795; col. 14 Drag. 1797-d.; lt.-gen. 1802, gen. 1812; capt. Ashridge yeomanry 1803. Ofifces Held Master, Greatham hosp. 1785. Biography Egerton sat for Brackley on the interest of his cousin,

    EGERTON, John, Visct. Brackley (1646-1701).

    lord keeper under Elizabeth and to represent his county in two Parliaments. In 1604, he bought the ex-monastic estate of Ashridge on the borders of Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The family took no part in the Civil War, but this did

    PAGET, Sir Henry (1536/37-68), of Beaudesert Park, Staffs., West Drayton, Mdx. and London.

    Richard Cox, tutor to Prince Edward, suggested in December 1544 that his godson Henry Paget might join the household at Ashridge to be brought up with the prince. Nothing came of this, perhaps because of the reorganization of the prince’s

    NORRIS, John (by 1502-77), of Fifield, Berks.

    usher, the privy chamber by 1536, principal gent. usher July 1553-8 or later; keeper, Foliejon park, Windsor park, Berks. 1536-d., Ashridge, Bucks. 1545; j.p. Berks. 1538-58/59; comptroller of works, Windsor castle 24 July 1538-d.; commr. relief, Berks. and Windsor 1550,

    LEE, John (c.1535-c.1603), of London.

    when, as the Princess Elizabeth, she stayed at his father’s house during the cleaning of her own residence nearby at Ashridge. Next he served in Scotland, visited Jerusalem, and became an agent in the Spanish Netherlands, sending reports to Burghley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Announce the demise, after a protracted illness, of Viscount Alford, ie.P. for Bedfordshire, who expired on Thursday evening at Ashridge park, near Iliemel Hempstead. The noble viscount had been in declining health for the last two years, and he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alford, proved a great shock to a naturally sensitive temperament, and he was advised to repair to Castle Ashby, from Ashridge park, where Viscount Alford died, and to abstain from attending the funeral on Monday last. The Marquis adopted this Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and two, into the moonlight. A walk of three miles brought them to the side of Berkhampstead common, nearest to Ashridge park, the seat of Earl Brownlow, and the objects of the expedition were then first made known to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedding, dressed in mourning so deep that not even a speck of white wis visible. After a fortnight's stay at Ashridge, Prince Tebk and the Princess 3fary of Cambridge will visit Vienna and make a long tour on the continent. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    breaking down, and that another site is at this moment being looked for. It is to Liord Browneow's property at Ashridge, near Luton, that attention is now being given, but the matter cannot in any case be settled for some Subscribers-only content

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