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    Parishes Cold Brayfield

    Parishes Cold BrayfieldCOLD BRAYFIELD Branefield, Braunfeld (xii cent.); Bramfeld, Braufend (xiii cent.); Braumfeld (xiv cent.); Brafeld, Britfeld (xv-xvi cent.). This small parish, first mentioned as 'Cold' Brayfield towards the end of the 16th century, 1 was formerly included in Victoria County History

    Parishes Newton Blossomville

    , to which they gave their name. The overlordship rights were attached to the manor of Waterhall 5 in Cold Brayfield , in the possession of the Greys of Shirland and Wilton in the 14th and early 15th centuries. 6 Victoria County History

    Newport hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Newport

    ; Bow Brickhill ; Great Brickhill ; Little Brickhill ; Broughton ; Calverton ; Chicheley ; Clifton Reynes ; Cold Brayfield ; North Crawley ; Emberton ; Gayhurst ; Hanslope with Castle Thrope Gayhurst ; Hanslope with Caste Thrope; Hardmead Victoria County History

    Parishes Lavendon

    Thomas Higgins , in trust for William Farrer . 92 From this time the manor followed the descent of Cold Brayfield (q.v.), and Mr. Denis Herbert Farrer is the present owner. Zouche. Gules bezanty with a quarter ermine . Mordaunt. Victoria County History

    Parishes Elstow

    him but three years. 50 The manor then passed to William's daughter Elizabeth, the wife of Denis Farrer of Cold Brayfield , 51 whose second son Denis appears to have taken the surname of Hillersdon and succeeded to the property. Victoria County History

    Parishes Turvey

    road passing south-east through the village to the north-west of the parish, where Turvey Bridge crosses the Ouse to Cold Brayfield . In the water between the mill and the bridge is a statue, placed there in the 19th century, Victoria County History

    Parishes Kempston

    and Dennis, who took the additional name of Hillersdon on inheriting the Elstow property. William the eldest son, of Cold Brayfield , Bucks., inherited the rectory on his father's death in 1746 , 188 and although three sisters, Frances, Jenny Victoria County History

    Parishes Bletchley with Fenny Stratford and Water Eaton

    Sheahan, op. cit. 490, 491). It is noteworthy that the Greys de Wilton held a manor of Waterhall in Cold Brayfield . a Add. MS. loc. cit. Northampton Mercury , 21 Feb. 1780 . Lipscomb, Hist. and Antiq. of Bucks Victoria County History

    Parishes Olney with Warrington

    Dartmouth . 187 It was apparently again sold, for in 1798 it was the property of William Farrer of Cold Brayfield 188 q.v.). Throckmorton . Gules a cheveron argent charged with three gimel bars sable . The reputed manor of Victoria County History

    HILLERSDEN, William (1676-1725), of Elstow, Beds.

    unmarried, some three years later, the property passed to a daughter, Elizabeth, who had married her distant cousin Dennis Farrer of Cold Brayfield, Buckinghamshire. Their second son, Dennis, in due course inherited Elstow and assumed the additional name of Hillersden.[footnote] History of Parliament

    FARRER, William (c.1656-1737), of Biddenham, Beds. and the Inner Temple

    of Cold Brayfield, Buckinghamshire, whom Farrer referred to as his ‘grandson’: in fact, Dennis had married Farrer’s granddaughter, the daughter of William Hillersden*. By the time of his death on 22 Sept. 1737, Farrer was living at Cold Brayfield, and History of Parliament

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