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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Luton

    , 139 who, in 1611 , acquired Luton manor (q.v.) and Luton Hoo has henceforward followed the same descent. Sir Robert Napier built a residence here, and Luton Hoo has since been known as the seat of the lords of

    Parishes Ippollitts

    s . yearly out of land at Luton for the poor. The annuity is paid by the owner of Luton Hoo estate. These charities are administered together; 147 bread and coal tickets of the value of 3 s . 9

    Editorial note

    this manor to a kinsman, William Burrell or Burwell , who sold it in 1642 to Robert Napier of Luton Hoo . 22 His son, Sir John Napier , was apparently holding the estate in 1669 , when he appears

    Parishes Great Linford

    of the same name in 1606 conveyed it to Robert afterwards Sir Robert Napier alias Sandy , bart., of Luton Hoo , Bedfordshire . 116 His brother Richard Napier , the rector since 1590, died in 1634 , when the

    Parishes Southill with Rowney

    Johnson attended the parish church, and subsequently drank tea with the vicar. From Southill he went on to see Luton Hoo , recently built by the Marquess of Bute. 5 MANORS In 1086 Hugh de Beauchamp held 2 hides 1

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NAPIER, alias SANDY, Sir John, 1st Bt. (1636-1711), of Luton Hoo, Beds.

    1st Bt. (1636-1711), of Luton Hoo, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedfordshire 2 May 1664 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Beds. Aug. 1660-80, 1689-90, Bedford 1665-80, Yorks. (N. Riding) 1673-80; j.p. Beds. 1664-87, Feb. 1688-?d., dep. lt. Feb. 1688-?d. Biography Napier was

    HERNE, Francis (c.1702-76), of Luton Hoo, Beds. and Harrow-on-the-Hill, Mdx.

    (c.1702-76), of Luton Hoo, Beds. and Harrow-on-the-Hill, Mdx. Constituency Dates Bedford 1754 1768 Camelford 1774 26 Sept. 1776 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Beds. 1753-4. Biography Herne was returned in 1754 on a compromise with the Duke of Bedford and with the

    THRALE, Michael (b. by 1514), of Luton, Beds.

    croft and land at West Hyde, in Luton. Two years later he leased from Richard Fermor the manor of Luton Hoo, a mill at Stapleford and appurtenances in the Luton district; the lease was for 30 years, and he may

    ENDERBY, John (d.1457), of Stratton, Beds.

    this period, and in July 1421 he and Lord Grey acted together as trustees of John Green’s manor of Luton Hoo in Bedfordshire. Some years later, in 1431, Grey decided to endow St. Albans abbey with Beadlow (Beaulieu) priory in

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 23 December 1717, 23 December 1717-23 December 1717

    Judges. Upon reading the Petition of Dame Elizabeth Napier (Widow and Relict of Sir John Napier , late of Luton Hoo , in the County of Bedford ), Baronet, deceased, Sir Theophilus Napier Baronet (Son and Heir of the said

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    temp Henry the Seventh, and settled at Exeter. Sir Robert, who was his second, son, purchased an estate at Luton Hoo, Bedfo rshire, of which county he was High Sheriff in 1611. He was knighted by King James in 1612,

    Index, N, O

    Archibald, of Merchistoun, co. Midlothian, Scotland, Gentleman of the Privy Chamber his pension, 308 Napier (Nappier), Sir Robert, of Luton Hoo, co. Beds. his pension, 308 Naples [Italy ] 25 Narbonne [Aude, France ] Viscount Cranborne lodges at, 108 Governor

    Charles II, Undated Papers 1667, 01 November 1667-31 December 1667

    one taken out, viz., Sir Edw. Tirrell of Thornton [co. Bucks ] ; Sir Rob. Napier, alias Sandy, of Luton Hoo, co. Bedford; Sir Thos. Vavasour, knight marshal; with notes as to the necessity for the dignity to belong to Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 November 1667-30 September 1668

    Lunatics , or madmen Lundy Island , co. Devon, ship near Lunenburg , Germany, troops of Luscombe , Dan. Luton Hoo , co. Bedford, resident at Lutterell , Fras. Lucy, widow of, petition of elder sons of Alexander, youngest son Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an exceedingly fine Gothic wainscot, wonderfully enriched with carving, is utterly destroyed. A great portion of the mansion of Luton Hoo was built by the Napier family, but part of it was of more ancient date. It was, however, nearly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edmund Phillips, Esq. Avon House, Melksham, Wilts, Director of the South and Midlands' Junetion Railway Charles Thomas Warde, Esq. Luton Hoo, Beds, and Clopton Retse, Stratford-on-Avon, Director of the South and Midlands' Junction Railway Joseph Brook, Esq. Greenhead, Huddersfield, Director Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hatfield, where he will spend Chrisnias. The Prinec of Ws.Es and Prince G3oBGE had a capital day's sport at Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire, yesterday, with a party visiting at the Danish .'.Inister's residence. Over 500 fell to eight guns. 'ThC Princess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    month either at Florence or in the vicinity of aples. The Prince of Wales returns to Marlborough House from Luton Hoo on Friday, and on Saturday H.R.H. leaves town for Sandringham, where the Princess will have already arrived. There is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OWNER OF THE C ROYDON [[URIDLE RACE1! FAVOURITE, Wo regret to ililtoiil?Le tho doalrtit of MIa. Gerard Leigh, of Luton Hoo, Bolieliorltiie, ninster of tine Harts Hounds. one of ithe most geniil ctross-cosrtt'y eportsenet of the age, ilttd owntor if Subscribers-only content

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