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    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]

    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

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