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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cottenham Manors and other estates

    the bishop of Ely as ½ knight's fee. 76 In 1279 it belonged to Walter, son of William of Furneux Pelham ( Herts .), who was succeeded in 1293 by his young son William. 77 William Pelham retained the manor

    Parishes Braughing

    river in the angle formed by the junction of the road to Cambridge and a road running north-east towards Furneux Pelham . The parish church of St. Mary stands about midway between these two roads, along which lie the two

    Parishes Hunsdon

    Hunsdon by Mr. Josias Nicolson of Clapham . 93 The latter's daughter and heir Christian married Felix Calvert of Furneux Pelham , their son Nicolson Calvert inheriting Hunsdon at his mother's death in 1759 . He suffered a recovery of

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    Coll ., Camb ., fulling, Fulthorp: Edith, see Hore Thos., Furneaux: John de, rector of Boxworth , Rob. de, Furneux Pelham , see Pelham Furthoe: John, Thos., vicar of Chesterton , Fynor: John, Mariot, w. of Wal., Ric., Wal., Fynors

  • * British History Online * *

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    tenement called, 430. Fryers. See Friars. Fulford , Sir Francis, of Little Tollard, co. Dorset, letter to Fussell, 320. Furneux Pelham , co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126. Fussell , John, of

    Cases before the Committee, November 1650, 01 November 1650-30 November 1650

    5 s . 1 d . 12 43 John Newport, Sen. (late), Mary, his Wife, and John, his Son, Furneux Pelham, Co. Herts, and the Claimants on the Estate. 1 Vol. G No. or p. 19 Nov. 1650. John Meade, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nearly a ring fence. .Also, the thrm of St. John's a' Pelham, containing 248 acres, with the nuanor of Furneux Pelham, in the parish of Purneux Pelham. To be suold as an enrire estate, or any oioe farm separalely-For par- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fence. Also, the firin of St. Johns's a' Pelhan, containing 248 acres, waith the manor of Furneux Pelham, in the pririshe of Furneux Pelham. To be sold as en edro clstate, or any one faresi sepaeraelv.-F1r par- ticulars apply to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; must be a good needle- v."iii:tn ; English and music; good references required. - Mrs. Leech, Hixham Hall. Furneux Pelham, Bunt- ingford, Herts. [1303 117" ANTED, a thoroughly responsible couple, used to \\ ->■ 1 vice.and withoutencumbrance,asHead Country S-nant- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sentenced to 15 months* hard labour. Mrs. Ann Pottrell, a widow in her 79th year, living at King's Farm, Furneux Pelham, went to a cupboard where she kept the mixture prescribed for her and a lotion. She drank by mistake Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maria Turner, of Felsham. On the 20th inst., at Sudbury, Thomas E., third son of Mr. G. Bray, farmer, Furneux Pelham, Buntingford, to Jane, second daughter of Mr. W. Oakley. Sudbury. On the 2(.thii>st., at Winforton, Herefordshire, by tbe Rev. Subscribers-only content

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