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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hedgerley

    charged with a tau cross between two pierced molets or . Bulstrode Park , Hedgerley Another manor in Hedgerley was that of BULSTRODE, TEMPLE BULSTRODE or BULSTRODE PARK . 41 It is not included in the inventory of the Templars

    Parishes Fulmer

    portion was included in the sale to the Earl of Portland in 1706 and follows the same descent as Bulstrode Park in Hedgerley . 30 (q.v.). Sir John William Ramsden , bart., is lord of the manor in Fulmer at

    Parishes Chalfont St. Peter

    died seised in 1641 , leaving a son and heir George. 15 There is a large plateau camp in Bulstrode Park and a homestead moat north-west of Chalfont Lodge . The following place-names have been found in Chalfont St. Peter:

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Castle, where Earl Russell, who had proceeded from Pembroke Lodge, Rich- mond i'ark, and the Duke of Somerset, from Bulstrode Park, had arrived before hins. These were the only mem- bers of the now Cabinet present at the first Council, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    establish a school, a committte being appointed to further the project DA f.rNd BURGLARY AT P. MANSIoS.-The mansion at Bulstrode Park. Gerrard's Cross, Slough, the residence of Sir John Ramsden, Bart., was entered by burglars on Saturday night or early Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady Gwendoline Rlamsden, who have been residing for some tine at their place ilL Yorkshire, are now staying at Bulstrode Park,; Bucks. Bulstrode, which is a very good house, ill a picturcoque and well-wooded park., was the favourite residence of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left the Admiralty on Slturday evening for Bulstrode Park, The Duke of Devonshire and Lady Louisa Cavensdish and' the guests at Bolton Abbey separate about the middle of the week, when his Grace and family remove to Holkar Hblr near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    resolution f rwas carried. d ,, BURGLAnirs.-On T'tiesday tlle countv police iI cr received information that the manesion at Bulstrode Park, c near tGerrard's Cross, the residence of the Duke of o Siomerset, had been cutered by burglars during Sunday Subscribers-only content

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