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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    to Burnham Abbey by Richard, King o f the Romans. 385 In the grant were included the dam and fish-pond and also the water-course of the said dam made by the grantor leading from the mill to Burnham Abbey through

    Parishes Beaconsfield

    two of the chimney-pieces and over a small gateway in the outer high brick wall are the arms of Burnham Abbey , which held Beaconsfield Manor , and this was probably their capital messuage. In 1901 it was repaired by

    Parishes Little Missenden

    le Warde, to the convent of Burnham , to hold in frankalmoign. 21 Holmer continued in the possession of Burnham Abbey until the Dissolution in 1539 , when it fell into the king's hands, and was annexed to the honour

    Parishes Dorney DORNEY COURT

    1308 the patronage had passed to John de la Lude, 75 who in 1338 alienated it in mortmain to Burnham Abbey . 76 The grant was confirmed in 1401 by Henry VI , 77 and the abbesses continued to present

    Parishes Eton

    the playing fields. 35 Cuckoo Weir, in Eton Wick on a stream joining the Thames , was held by Burnham Abbey before the Dissolution, being then described as 'a meadowe called Cuckowe ware, and a parcel of land making altogether

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    following evening. The following was the principal evidence adduced: Mr Ingalton, builder, of Eton, who erected the house of Burnham Abbey Farm, produced an elaborate plan of the building, which l-e explained. He showed that a person lying on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Q?trc?j3on?znrc. THE QUEEN AND PRINCE ALBERT. TO THE EDITOR 01? TRE BELF'AST NEWS-LETTER. Siai-At a meeting of the Macclesfield branch of the Church Pastoral Akid Society, held lately in that loca- lity, the Rev. 'Mr. Armytag-e stated an interesting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    leggings, and deposited theri under the coping of the immense wall which formerly en- closed a portion of the Burnham Abbey lands. 'lhe leggings he placed in the manger in the stable. The shirt and trousers lie secreted in thie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MURDER AT BURNHAM ABBEY FARM, NEAR IWINDSOR. . I loll BpNV i ; BvICKS, TovimDT. I , A barbarous murder has been¢ihtted at the re house of Mr. Ralph W. Goodwin, of the Burnham Abbey W Farm, the victim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for miles around, and from an early hour this morning up to an advanced period of - the evening, Burnham Abbey Farm, the scene of the r murder, has been visited bv hundreds. Indeed, since the murder committed by Tawell Subscribers-only content

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