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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wormingford Church

    in 1803 . 75 William Tufnell, vicar 1805-22 , was an Evangelical who later founded an Independent chapel at Ford End , Great Waltham . 76 In 1841 members of all 106 families in the parish occasionally attended church, and

    Parishes Biddenham

    the Bromham estate. 38 Boteler of Biddenham . Gules a fesse checky argent and sable between six crosslets or Ford End , or Kirtons, which was the residence of the Botelers from the 15th century, 39 is situated about half

    Parishes Eaton Socon

    Pavenham (q.v.), retained Eaton Manor until 1624, 37 when Edward Vaux Lord Harrowden sold it to Rowland Squire of Ford End in this parish. 38 At his death in 1644 Eaton -which now begins to be called Eaton -cum-Soka, or

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, T, U, V, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    Tildesley , Sir T., regiment of Tilmouth , vessel arrived at Timbrell , Mrs. Tingey , John, house of, Ford End, Beds, licence requested for, licence to, receipt for licence to Tinker , Capt. John, master attendant at Deptford letters Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, May 6-10, 1672, 06 May 1672-10 May 1672

    for John Wright, for the Lake House Barn, at Blunham; for Nathaniel Al ock, for John Tingey's house at Ford End; for John Bunyon, for Josias Roughead's house in his orchard in Bedford; Edward Isaac, for Gilbert Ashl[e ] y's Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    requested to be licensed for Nonconformist services, or where Nonconformist ministers resided: Bedford, Blunham, Bolnehurst, Cardington, Cranfield, Clifton, Edworth, Ford End, Goldington, Hawnes, Kempston, Keysoe, Leighton Budezzart (Buzzard), Maulden, Okeley, Pavenham, Ridgemont, Stagsden, Stevengton, Turvey, Wilden Beeby , Dr. John Subscribers-only content


    Leighton Buzzard; Little Odell; Potton. Congregational. Bedford; Beeston; Blunham; Biggleswade; Bolnehurst; Cardington; Carlton; Cranfield; Clifton; Deane; Edworth; Elstow; Fleethaven; Ford End; Goldington; Great Barford; Hawnes; Kempston; Keysoe; Maulden; Milton Ernest; Okeley; Pavenham; Radwell; Ridgemont; Southall; Stagsden; Stevington; Thorncott at North-hill; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Z~'~ i. 5t anit 5, Thsper Areocccinittlen- I eod, hittatiintoi-hll, IAecte, in goon reccc' etwll, lace tiftucrt pcctrticctwa apply Ford End 10mar11 elietrs 1 ilsuoreLel F 103154 it (Ij PEfLTOWN.-To ba SOLD cetiaci, or LII titt lose reals~, Threei pood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. A. G. Kealey; chaplain in Her Majesty's fleet. Rev. 3. Littlewood, M.A., Vicar of Ixworth, 'uffolk; Vicar of Ford End, Great Waltham. Rev. J. R. Lumby, Ladyjargaret Professor of Divinity at Canm- bridge, 4xstnining chaplain to the Archbiishoip of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , M A Read Master of S5jisbury School; Licensed bn thefljooree of Ss±Isbrrry. ArMitace Rev. Allsn. 3LA.; Vicar of Ford End. Chebmiford. BEimore Rea. C. F.; Vicar of HIloborne C=%,Bed, Beds. Blatt Rev. Wilam. Crte; Vicar of . P . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Formby, 21. 2s. Od. ; ditto- at Cressing Church, per ftev. Orlando Beater, 21.15.8 d. j ditto at Ford End Churcb, Chelmsford, per Rev. B. S. Yolland, 12. 17s. lOd. ; ditto at St. Jobn the Evan- gelist's Church, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of rich rab'e pasture, and wood iand, conveniently subdivided imo the following mosr desirable Farms, viz. Bury Hill ."'-•■.-n. Ford End, an. l Starling's -reen Farms, Roseway's and Ha!lClase,7 miles from Bishops' Storn'.'d, and SkeausS, at Clavering, in the county Subscribers-only content

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