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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Rowney Priory , Great Munden

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Rowney Priory , Great Munden 9. ROWNEY PRIORY, GREAT MUNDEN A small priory for Benedictine nuns was founded in honour of St. John Baptist c. 1164 1 by Conan Duke of Brittany and Earl of Richmond

    Parishes Great Munden

    Parishes Great MundenGREAT MUNDEN Mundene (xi cent.); Mundun, Mundon (xiii cent.). The parish of Great Munden has an area of 3,758 acres, of which 1, 8953/4 acres are arable land, 9271/2 permanent grass and 97 wood. 1 The elevation

    Parishes Little Munden

    from Watton to Great Munden passes across the parish; at Dane End it is joined by the road from Sacombe , and further on roads turn off eastwards to Potter's Green and Levens Green in Great Munden , and northwards

    The hundred of Broadwater Introduction and map

    or BISHOP'S HATFIELD TOTTERIDGE AYOT ST. LAWRENCE WALKERN AYOT ST. PETER KNEBWORTH WATTON-AT-STONE BALDOCK LETCHWORTH WELWYN BENINGTON GREAT MUNDEN WESTON DATCHWORTH LITTLE MUNDEN WILLIAN DIGSWELL SACOMBE GREAT WYMONDLEY GRAVELEY STEVENAGE LITTLE WYMONDLEY The hundred of Broadwater takes its name from

    Parishes Caldecote

    b . Epis. Reg. quoted by Cussans, Hist. of Herts . Odsey Hund . 20. See the account of Great Munden . The list of patrons given by Cussans includes John de Redewell, 1215. It is not clear whether he

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ARRIS, Thomas (c.1622-c.1684), of Great Munden, Herts.

    (c.1622-c.1684), of Great Munden, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 1661 Ofifces Held Fellow, R. Coll. Physicians 1644; commr. for assessment, Herts. 1657, Sept. 1660-80, St. Albans 1661-80, Suff. 1661-4, 1667-74; j.p. Herts. and liberty of St. Albans Sept. 1660-3, 1664-d.;

    DIGSWELL, Robert, of Beds.

    and it was possibly as a result of this connexion that he became acquainted with the Boys family of Great Munden. By February 1389 he had married Margaret, the daughter and heir of Guy Boys, who then held a reversionary

    DURHAM, John (d.1420), of London and South Mimms, Mdx.

    Hertfordshire.[footnote] Sir Thomas, a far more affluent landowner, then died leaving her a life interest in his manor of Great Munden, with its extensive appurtenances in the same county, although for reasons now unknown she and Durham agreed, in February

    THORNBURY, Sir Philip (d.1457), of Little Munden and Bygrave, Herts.

    (where he also rented land from Rowney abbey), he was able to acquire through marriage the neighbouring manor of Great Munden, as well as the reversion of certain tenements in London. Most of these came into his hands on the

    CLENHAND, John (d.1390), of London.

    for a truce with Flanders 20 May 1388. Biography Clenhand appears originally to have come from the village of Great Munden in Hertfordshire, where his aunt, ‘a certain aged pauper called Katherine Morant’, and his kinsman, Robert Antoyne, were still

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 01 January 1568-28 February 1601

    of documents sealed with engraving of Lord Keeper of, see Egerton, Sir Thos. writer of presentations, & c. to Great Munden , co. Herts Wardrobe, see Wardrobe. Greaves , Paul examination of Greek cities language Green , Ralph, gift to Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Chesterford. See Chesterford. Great Dunmow. See Dunmow. Great Everdon. See Everdon. Great Maplestead. See Maplestead. Great Mogul. See India. Great Munden. See Munden. Great Preston. See Preston Capes. Great Sampford. See Sampford. Great Stow. See Stowe Nine Churches. Great Wenden.

    Charles II - volume 5, June 25-30, 1660, 25 June 1660-30 June 1660

    the King, to confirm the grant made to him by the late King at Oxford, of the living of Great Munden, Hertfordshire, which he could not take possession of, on account of the times. With reference thereon to Drs. Sheldon, Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Great Haughton, co. York, 195. Great Leighs , Much Leys, co. Essex, 316. Great Massingham , co. Norfolk, 313. Great Munden , co. Herts, 313; Claypits in, 313. Great Parndon , Great Parnden, co. Essex, 316. Great Posham [Great Totham

    Index of persons and Places, M

    Longford, 395. Mullmafooky , Clane barony, co. Kildare, 382. Mumbles , co. Glamorgan, 252. Munazeens. See Mountnessing. Munden. See Great Munden; Little Munden. Mureau (Murreau), Daniel, landwaiter's place, London port, 377. Murphy , Martin, his house in Athlone, 444. Murrall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - Esq., of Branshlaw hill, in the same county. DAWSON-DIMSDALE.-On the 21st inst., the Rev. H. Dawson, rector of Great Munden, Herts, second son of the Right Hon. George Dawson, and nephew of Sir Robert Peel, Bart., to Anne, second Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some brandy, and pepper. Death arose from apoplexy, caused by intoxication. d THE DRtGCEDa OF A CLILEG seAN at Great Munden is thus described: Last Saturday morning the Rev. II. Dawson, ite rector, did not come down as usual to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BET TI N C. Tatetersalr', MlOnday. The attendance at the Corner this afterno e r woe, will be seen by the eubjoined quotations, a gretdearyl ofuace05 ond a oceurred, mainly. however, on the Lincoln Handicap, for wih Arlal t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tile injury she had received, deposed tlht the pri- soner Wlas her husband, and that they resided at Great Munden, where they kept a baker's and general shop. On Thursday morning' the 25th of June, they were sitting at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING. fore TATTERSALL'S-MONDAY. The extent and nature of the business transacted yesterday ice- willbe gathered from the subjoined quotations. Little or no erd change will be found, and only one of the Derby favorites- awe viz., Voltigeur-wcab in force. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Lightfoot, 0/0/1662

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Lightfoot Forename Johannes Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1662 Office/Status Rector Location Great Munden// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, L.C. V, ff. 22-221 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment Blank

    Thomas Whishaw, 16/7/1756

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 36777 Linked to person: Whishaw, Thomas 1709-1756 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Whishaw Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 16/7/1756 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Great

    Timothy Gibberd, 16/7/1756

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 36777 Linked to person: Gibbard, Timothy 1733-1773 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Gibberd Forename Timothy Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 16/7/1756 Office/Status Rector Clerical

    George Price, 21/12/1823

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 63746 Linked to person: Price, George 1823-1834 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Price Forename George Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/12/1823 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate

    Edmund Heysham, 30/6/1814

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 65418 Linked to person: Heysham, Edmund 1763-1819 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Heysham Forename Edmund Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 30/6/1814 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Pollard Willow.; The Park and the Forest, 1841

    Forest [tree/bush, mammal] Landscape at Great Munden Park, with sheep lying and standing at pollard willows on a bank in foreground; wooden gate and trees in middle ground at left, fields in background, and a row of trees seen on

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