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    promote local military organization, was embraced in the early 17th century by Charlton Park which has stylistic similarity to Audley End . The Longs and their descendants the earls of Mornington and the Earls Cowley owned Draycot Cerne for over Victoria County History

    Parishes Clapham

    , and in the chancel is a brass inscribed to Anne Waferer, 1617, wife of Sir Thomas Turner of Audley End ; arms: Three millrinds between two bendlets with the difference of a martlet and a label, imp aling a Victoria County History

    The colleges and halls Magdalene Magdalene College . Quarterly per pale indented or and azure a bend azure and two eagles or with a fret and two martlets or on the bend .

    was preserved in the statutes of 1926 but the Visitorship was vested not, as before, in the 'possessor of Audley End ' but in the holder for the time being of the barony of Braybrooke , as representing the founder. Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Walden

    A rental and survey of the manors and lands of the abbey in 1 Henry IV is preserved at Audley End . L. and P. Hen . VIII , ix, 661. L. and P. Henry VIII , x, 389. Ibid. Victoria County History

    Parishes Wimbledon

    remarkably fine fretwork ceilings of Bell's time; one of these is the same in pattern as a ceiling at Audley End . Robert Bell died childless in 1640 . After his wife's death the house was sold in 1647 to Victoria County History

    Parishes Charlton

    mullioned and transomed windows and an elaborate roofline. 134 There are stylistic similarities to the much larger house at Audley End in Saffron Walden ( Essex ) which Catherine's husband built between c . 1603 and 1616. 135 Changes were Victoria County History

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    earl of Gloucester , 215 Hugh, 140 Marg. de, m. Rob. de Stafford , earl of Stafford , 215 Audley End (in Saffron Walden , Essex ), 2,41 authors , see Aubrey; Britton, John; Cole , Wm. (d. 1701); Dryden Victoria County History

    HOWARD, Henry, Lord Walden (1707-45), of Audley End, Essex.

    Walden (1707-45), of Audley End, Essex. Constituency Dates Bere Alston 2 Mar. 1728 28 Sept. 1733 Ofifces Held Recorder, Saffron Walden 1735-d. Biography Lord Walden was brought up by his father and had little contact with his mother after she History of Parliament

    GRIFFIN, John Griffin (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex.

    (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex. Constituency Dates Andover 28 Nov. 1749 3 Aug. 1784 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1739, capt. 1743, capt. and lt.-col. 1748, 2nd maj., 1st maj. 1758-9; col. 1756; maj.-gen. 1759; col. 50 Ft. 1759-60, History of Parliament

    NEVILLE, Hon. Richard (1783-1858), of Billingbear, Berks.

    his father"s death removed him from the Commons before its expiry. As a peer he took up residence at Audley End, which he considerably improved. He supported Catholic emancipation and reform, but from 1834 sided with the Conservatives. He had History of Parliament

    HIGFORD, Robert (c.1530-72).

    letters which Higford had enclosed were innocuous-court gossip about the Anjou marriage project and the Queen’s impending visit to Audley End, with complaints about the writer’s poor health and inability to live the ‘quiet life’ he desired-but Higford was arrested, History of Parliament

    GRIFFIN, John Griffin (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex

    (1719-97), of Audley End, Essex Constituency Dates Andover 28 Nov. 1749 3 Aug. 1784 Ofifces Held Ensign 3 Ft. Gds. 1739, capt. 1743, capt. and lt.-col. 1747; col. 1756; maj.-gen. 1756; col. 33 Ft. 1760-6; lt.-gen. 1761; col. 1 Troop History of Parliament

    HOWARD, Henry, Lord Walden (1670-1718).

    his life. The first concerned the crown’s debt to the family arising from its purchase of the manor of Audley End in 1669, a sum which Walden relentlessly pursued from 1689 until 1707, when he finally achieved a favourable settlement. History of Parliament

    DIX, William (d.1596), of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London; later of Wickmere, Norf.

    DIX, William (d.1596), of St. Giles, Cripplegate, London; later of Wickmere, Norf. Constituency Dates New Shoreham 1571 Ofifces Held Auditor of lands formerly Wolsey’s and Queen Jane Seymour’s 1544, of ct. of gen. surveyors by 1545, of the prests History of Parliament

    NEVILLE, Hon. Richard (1783-1858), of Billingbear, Berks.

    the subsequent repressive legislation was for Buxton’s motion to limit the duration of the seditious meetings bill, 6 Dec.Neville, whose literary works included an edition of Pepys’ Diary (1825) and a History of Audley End (1835), died 13 Mar. 1858. History of Parliament

    AUDLEY, Thomas I (1487/88-1544), of Berechurch and Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex.

    of Berechurch and Audley End, Saffron Walden, Essex. Constituency Dates Colchester 1523 Essex 1529 Ofifces Held Autumn reader, I. Temple 1526, Lent 1531. Ofifces Held Jt. town clerk, Colchester 1514-15, sole 1515-32; j.p. Essex 1520-d.; commr. subsidy, Essex and Colchester History of Parliament

    STRUTT, Joseph Holden (1758-1845), of Terling Place, Witham, Essex

    to convene a meeting to condemn ministers" conduct towards the queen, Strutt dashed the 27 miles from Terling to Audley End in a successful bid to forestall him. Like Braybrooke, Strutt saw the dangers involved in "assembling the county to History of Parliament

    WILLIAMS WYNN, Sir Watkin, 5th bt. (1772-1840), of Wynnstay, Ruabon, Denb. and St. James's Square, Mdx.

    cast a minority vote to lower the corn pivot price from 64s. to 60s., 22 Apr., went afterwards to Audley End and Newmarket for the racing and returned to vote for Catholic relief, 12 May, on his way to ‘Chester History of Parliament

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