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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Wymondley

    The main trunk is badly split, rendering any measurements misleading. Little Wymondley Bury: Ground plan Little Wymondley : The priory, ground plan The old manor-house of Great and Little Wymondley was probably on the same site, 2 but no trace

    Parishes Great or Much Wymondley

    parish are detached. The first portion, lying a mile south of Great Wymondley proper and separated from it by Little Wymondley , contains the hamlet of Titmore Green , which lies between Redcoats Green and Todd's Green , each of

    Houses of Austin canons Wymondley priory

    The hospital 1 or priory of Austin canons at Little Wymondley , dedicated to the honour of St. Mary , 2 was founded by Richard de Argentein, 3 the lord of the manor, apparently at the beginning of the reign

    Parishes Ashendon

    of him by the service of one knight's fee and 40 s . rent, payable to his manor of Little Wymondley , Hertfordshire . 20 The overlordship then descended 21 in the Argentein family and their successors, 22 and Sir

    Parishes Ippollitts

    yearly is also received by the trustees in respect of a rood of land in a field called Bobwell, Little Wymondley Farm. In 1623 John Welch by his will gave 6 s . 8 d . yearly to the vicar

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, Grants in July, 01 July 1538-31 July 1538

    de la Pole , dec . 32 b . Agnes Gascoign, widow, and John Graveley. Lands in Great and Little Wymondley and in Graveley, Herts. Sopwell . 33. Robt. Carre of Sleaford, Line. Rowceby rectory, Line. Shelford . Wm. Fynderd

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Greets, Toids Green. Fielhers Green, IBromin Green, Colns N,mo~n Green. Stevenage, Ippolitts otherwise Saint HippO- near lyts, Wymoudley Bury. Little Wymondley, Mluch otherwise thor. (irvat Wyznoisuley. Gravely otnerwise Graveiy-Oumn-Chestield, to to Ititchin parish Saint Mary and Saint Andrew Ilitchill. Hlitchin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Green, Todds Green, Fishers Green, tBromin Green, conni Norton Green. Stevenago, Ippolitts otherwise Saint Hippo- near lyts, Wymondley Bury. Little Wymondley, Much otherwise thorl: Groat Wymoneley, Gravely otnerwise Gravely-cum-Chestleld, to tot Hitcbin parish. Saint Mary and Saint Andrew iHitchin, Hlitchin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. M., ALA., Rector of Castle.Caereinion ; Vicar of Halkyn, near Holywell. Hall Rev. Frederic John, ALA.; Vicar of Little Wymondley, lerts. Patron, Mr. U. Unwin Hieathcote. Macd Re. Toma Baker AL.; ica ofBolvol), Nottirigham Patron, kL-. Thomas Hardy. HulghesRev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25th, B. B Barkley. Baimoral. Belfast, C1525- 26th. Isaac Bces. 2, Albert Street Place, Belfast, E58l5; 27th, Thomas Inskin, Little Wymondley. Steven- age. Herts, B171S; 28th. Lydia Marshant, 5. New York Street. Brighton, Surrey, EF639-; 29th, T. J. Todd. Belfast, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I thorpe, Ewell, Penige and Anerley, Bittern, Sydenltam, ml I Sonthiampton. Denniark-hill, London, Torqnay, Tpatignton, an 08gatlierpe, Huddersfield, York, Little Wymondley, Hol. wi lIousy, and clergymen residing in London ; Mr. CROSSLEY, qe fromnllarusley; Mr. FOLEY, from Harborne, Staffordshire; ye Subscribers-only content

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