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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of Earl's Colne

    churches of Dovercourt , Great Bentley , Belchamp Walter and Camps ( Cambridgeshire ), and various lands and tithes. The church of Camps , however, afterwards belonged to Abingdon , while the church of Great Bentley appears to have come

    Parishes Mottisfont

    by Alwi as an alod of Edward the Confessor . The latter estate, known later as the manor of GREAT BENTLEY , was subsequently annexed to the manor of Sibbertoft 29 (co. Northants ) and was held with it by


    station being at Haywards Heath , 2 miles east of the town. In the north of the parish is Great Bentley Farm, and the ground slopes upward from the Ouse Valley to Little Bentley Farm and Wood, at an altitude

    Wivenhoe Manors and other estates

    salt marshes at Broadmarsh, also known as Old Heath common. 41 In the 1630s the manors of Wivenhoe and Great Bentley (about four miles away to the east) were being farmed together. In 1633 a total of 242 sheep was

    Tudor and Stuart Colchester Social structure

    St. Botolph's , and in Great and Little Wigborough , Elmstead , Alresford , Frating , Thorrington , and Great Bentley . Two years later Edmund Thurston of St. Runwald's, draper, left cash bequests totalling over £2,600 to his wife

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Stately-S. Coekingo and W. Q laiteway, To~rqoay, Devonshire, cnai merchants-I. S. Johnson, H ighais, Snifalkv, and W ~ebb, Great Bentley, Ess~x, cattle dealers- C. karereaces and Brothers, Bradtord, Yai kshile. wiitesmiihs -g. Hawell and J. Read, Upper Btrook street. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeal against the infliction of the sentence of the whir Mr. Tames Southgate, a publican and coal-dealer, residing at Great Bentley, near Colehester, went on ISunday to Ardleigh, to meet his grand-daughter, and when passing over the railway line at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the police, several constables were soon upon the spot, and after enquiries, quicklysucceeded in apprehending three labourers of Great Bentley, named Richard White, aged 1S; his brother, James White, 33 ; and Edward Jesse- man, 23,all dlesperate characters, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proved fatal to three perEesis engaged in hureost work in Essex. The suE- feters were Mr, 0, Almond, of Great Bentley; - Floacr, Witiam; e, nd W. Moore, Tollasbunt d'Aroy. Another man is also reported to be now lying in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that one of those natural differences occurred between the comntry to the south of what was known as the Great Bentley Fault and the country situated north of it. His clients did not deny that m great benefit would be Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    , Amb. Sir And. or Grey, Sir Ralph Sir Roger Gray's Inn , letters dated from Graye , Hen. Great Bentley , vicarage of Britain, divisions of Bromley, rectory of Riddings Stanmore Manor Staughton, see Staughton. Yarmouth, see Yarmouth. Great Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, Miscellaneous, 1531, 01 January 1531-31 December 1531

    dowager of Oxford, of the offices of keeper of the park of Gretbentley, and bailiff of the lordship of Great Bentley, Essex, and making it valid to Cromwell and his son Gregory in survivorship. Note : The names of Cromwell

    James 1 - volume 148, July 1-17, 1623, 01 July 1623-17 July 1623

    King's Chaplain, of dispensation to hold another benefice, together with the rectory of Great Bromley and the vicarage of Great Bentley, Diocese of London. Latin. [ Ibid., No . 35. ] July 16. Westminster. Grant to Wm. Damport, Yeoman of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Not Given Swaynston, 23/7/1541

    Surname Swaynston Forename Not Given Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 23/7/1541 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Great Bentley// OTHER INFORMATION Source GL, 9531/12 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bonner, Edmund/London 1540- 1549 Comment fo 144v


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