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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Collegiate churches Windsor ( St George's chapel)

    to each clerk 10 marks a year for their sustenance, to be paid out of the Buckinghamshire manors of Langley Marsh and Cippenham , until such time as the king should make an assignment to those chaplains and clerks of

    Parishes Huish Champflower

    to the Brendon ridge. An east-west route became prominent in the 18th century when the road from Wiveliscombe through Langley Marsh to the Watchet-Bampton road , entering Huish at Washbattle (formerly Maundown ) bridge and passing through the village, 22


    Langham : Sir Jas ., 44, 76, 181 Sir J. C. P., 79 Juliana, see Musgrave fam., 76, 79 Langley Marsh , see Wiveliscombe Langley Park (Bucks.), 57 Langport , 16 Langton Long Blandford (Dors.), 98 Lavington , Geof., rector

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 June 1657-30 April 1658

    Langdale , Sir Marmaduke Lord Langdale son of Langford , Mary, see Fitzjames. Langley , Phil letter to Mr. Langley Marsh , co. Bucks Langome Vicarage , co. Monmouth Lanier , Nich. Lanneere , Mr. Lapthorne , Anth. Lardge , Subscribers-only content


    Hartwell. Hedgerley. Hedgerley Bulstrode Chapel. Hedsor. Hillesdon. Hitcham. Hitchenden. Hogshaw. Horsendon. Horton. Hulcott. Illmire. Iver. Ivinghoe. Kimble Magna. Kingsey. Langley Marsh. Leckhampstead. Lillingstone. Linslade. Loughton. Maidsmorton. Marlow, Great. Marlow, Little. Marsh [Gibbon ] . Marsworth. Medmenham. Mentmore. Milton Keynes. Missenden, Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 246, May 1647, 01 May 1647-31 May 1647

    180 0 0 Mat. Griffith, Minister, D., reversion at Amersham 13 10 0 Dr. Giles and Annie Hoorne, D., Langley Marsh, Farnham Royal, and Wraysbury 61 0 0 John Harris, P., Chesham 63 15 0 Sir Rich. Robart, D., Langley Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 85, November 19-30, 1627, 19 November 1627-30 November 1627

    Exeter, [ Docquet . ] Nov. 30. Grant to Sir Edmund Verney, in fee simple, of the manor of Langley Marsh, co. Buckingham, on payment of 450 l ., and with a reserved rent of 61 l . 0 s Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 1-10, 01 December 1697-10 December 1697

    " site of Wyrardsbury manor 13 16 8 " the farm of the same manor 39 16 10 " Langley Marsh manor 43 8 1 " the demesne lands there 15 0 0 " the monastery of Readney 2 0

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years one of the principal advocates in the Divorce and Probate Courts, died on Friday night, at his residence, Langley Marsh, Slough. The deceased gentleman gave up pracrce through failing health irn April last.. He held the appoint- ment of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Armaghs they had a capital'two days' tournament; at Fairfield, Bods; at Drayton Park, Northamptonshire; at Shanklin, at Teigamouth, at Langley Marsh, at Whitcote, and other places, one day or more; and Horusea, Beverley, and other Yorkshire clubs have been more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    some years one of the principal adroL catee in the Divorce and Probate Courts, hfs died at bin residence, Langley Marsh, Slough. The deceased gentle. man gave up practice through failing health, in April last. He held the appointments of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the banks of the Brent, Lea nda Coln, the wbole of the I to country around Foyle, Long-?ord, and Langley Marsh being of inundated by the overflow of the last mentioned river, and much laud has been laid under water Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    earpsnter Thomas Fox, Oreatham, Durham, draper. WiUiua H. Chbl bias, Manchester- buildings, Notting-Lill, oat of hniim- George C. Gough, Langley Marsh, Bucks, £arn»«rs' b» i it. Charles Golsby, London Comey, Hartfordahire, bricklayer William Gregory, jun., Queeabotrongh» Kent, lima meKchaat. William Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Jacob Jephcot, 26/7/1662

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 32579 Linked to person: Jephcot, James 1662-1662 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jephcot Forename Jacob Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Others Date 26/7/1662 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location

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