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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Paxton

    Parishes Little PaxtonLITTLE PAXTON 1 The parish of Little Paxton contains 1,521 acres of land. The subsoil is chiefly Oxford clay and the soil clay, the principal crops being wheat and barley. The river Ouse forms the southern and

    Parishes Great Paxton

    , which purchased land in Great Paxton in the 16th century, at the same time that the manor of Little Paxton was bought. 1 The parish was inclosed under a private Act of Parliament of 1811. 2 Both Neolithic surface

    Parishes Toseland

    to 1702 baptisms and deaths were entered in the registers of Great Paxton and the marriages from 1567 at Little Paxton . The church plate consists of: A silver cup inscribed 'Towsland Hundreth'; it appears to be of Elizabethan date,


    parish, bounded by the Ouse and by a tributary stream, is Wrayhouse, Wrayhouse Farm being across the border in Little Paxton . MANORS Four and a half hides in SOUTHOE , held before the Conquest by Dun ninc, were entered

    Parishes Hail Weston

    to Lawrence Reynolds in 1819 . The trustees of Lawrence Reynolds were holding in 1841 and Edward Reynolds of Little Paxton in 1885 . His son Edward died in 1893 and was succeeded by his son Capt. Edward Reynolds .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THROCKMORTON, Robert (c.1662-99), of Little Paxton, Hunts.

    (c.1662-99), of Little Paxton, Hunts. Constituency Dates Huntingdonshire 1698 9 Mar. 1699 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Godmanchester 1698–d. Biography A Protestant branch of the Warwickshire recusant family, the Throckmortons had been established at Ellington in Huntingdonshire since 1552. The Member’s father,

    BENETT, John (1773-1852), of Pythouse, Wilts. and 19 Albemarle Street, Mdx.

    (who died, childless, two years later), daughter of the Rev. Richard Reynolds, chancellor of the diocese of Lincoln, of Little Paxton, Huntingdonshire. With his second wife Catherine (d. 1780), whom he married in 1771, he had three sons and two

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    absolute. BAIL COURT, TUESDAY. THE QUEFxN v. HATFIELD.-Nir Keily applied titron itse part of Mr H. P. Standley, of Little Paxton, near St Neot's, for liberty to file a criminal informationa against James Hatfield, the printer anti putlisher of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PZExnsS, Warnfran, Liandilhi&, Csar marthenshire, builder and contractor. Hon. EsMR STUART GoRDON\. commonly called t:: Stuart Gordon, Paxton Park, Little Paxton W.Li-'- siire. Sacrrom BR Bnr.rr. trading as Samuel Bradlev- -, Co., Frederick Street, Birmingham. residing a . p-: Avenue, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eynethbury, Cony eer. TPose. count ising land, Abbotaley or Abbots-Leigh. Waresley, Safint Neoe's, count [way Green-end, Island-common, Rall Weston, Little Paxton, at his orsGreat Paxton. Boeghton, Southee. Diddington, Offord d'Arcy, the P 'uch Offord Cluny, Stirtloee Buckden, High Harty, Low Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cum Tetwortb, Evaston, ky, Tetworlth, and Little Barford, or some of them, in the County an. of Bedford. so Little Paxton, Everten cum Tetwortb, Everton, Tetworib, bySouthue, Diddington. Pynesbury, -Saint Neot's, Great Paxton' bye Offord Darcy, Oltord Cluny, iiuckden, Godumanchiester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tetwortb, and Little Barford, or some of them, in the County N Os n- of Bedford. . Siu so Little Paxton, Everton cam Tetworth, Everton, Tetworth. Tov by Soiuthoe, Diddington, Eynesbury, Saint Nerat's, Great Paxton, Par0 toOfiord Darcy, Otford Cluny, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Isaac Nicholson, 19/12/1830

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 64562 Linked to person: Nicholson, Henry Isaac 1830-1833 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Nicholson Forename Henry Isaac Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 19/12/1830 Office/Status

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