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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stoke Mandeville

    Parishes Stoke MandevilleSTOKE MANDEVILLE Stoches, xi cent; Stoke by Aylesbury , Stoke Maundevile, xiv cent. The parish of Stoke Mandeville lies in the Vale of Aylesbury and now contains over 1,499 acres of land. Until 1885 some land at

    Parishes Buckland

    In 1294 the vicarage of Bierton with the chapels of Stoke Mandeville , Buckland , and Quarrendon was ordained, 75 but in 1858 the chapels of Buckland and Stoke Mandeville 76 were separated from Bierton and formed into separate benefices.

    The three hundreds of Aylesbury Introduction Index Map to the Three Hundreds of Aylesbury Stone Risborough And Aylesbury

    ; Bierton with Broughton ; Buckland ; Ellesborough ; Halton ; Hulcott ; Lee ; Missenden, Great; Missenden, Little; Stoke Mandeville ; Weston Turville 1 ; Aylesbury with Walton ; Wendover The county of Buckingham was divided into eighteen hundreds

    Parishes Bierton

    in 1315 171 by Edward II . Besides the chapel of Bierton , the chapels of Buckland , 172 Stoke Mandeville , and Quarrendon were at the same time detached from the parent church of Aylesbury and granted to the

    Parishes Great Hampden

    can be traced for some distance not far from Hampden House . In 1885 portions of Little Hampden and Stoke Mandeville parishes were formed into the civil parish cal led Great and Little Hampden by Local Government order, dated 25

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVENTRE, John II, of Wycombe, Bucks.

    land. It was probably during this period, too, that Coventre and a fellow burgess, Thomas Averesdell, held land at Stoke Mandeville and Walton, both near Aylesbury, evidently as feoffees on behalf of the Hampdens of Wycombe.[footnote] In 1429, though he

    MERSTON, Thomas, of Wycombe, Bucks.

    another belonging to this same son. The last notice of him occurs in 1460, when he released land in Stoke Mandeville and Walton, near Aylesbury, which he had held jointly with John Hampden of Wycombe, now dead. Merston must have

    BRUDENELL, Edmund (d.1425/6), of Amersham, Bucks. and Aynho, Northants.

    estate in the course of his career. In 1402, he acquired from John Windsor the manor of ‘Newbury’ in Stoke Mandeville by a complicated transaction which involved him in recognizances in 200 marks made payable to Windsor and Sir William

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, January 1692, 21-31, 01 January 1692-31 January 1692

    Edmund Gyles of Wingrave. Commission dated Mar. 4. Commission dated same day to Francis Syringham and Francis Ligoe of Stoke Mandeville to take his securities in the country. Samuell Foden and William Green as same for co. Stafford : reference

    General Index, S, T, U, V, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    Stoddart , Sir Nicholas Stoke , co. Nottingham Stoke Edith , co. Hereford Stoke juxta Guildford , Surrey, ship-money Stoke Mandeville , co. Buckingham Stoke Milborough , Salop Stoke park , co. Northampton Stokenham , Devon Stone , Benjamin John, Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    excise of beer, 1349. Stockwith , co. Lincoln, 230, 425, 429, 463, 2017. Stodd , Francis, of Cambridge, 459. Stoke Mandeville , co. Bucks, 1473. Stoke Newington , co. Middlesex, prebendary of. See Tillotson, J. Stoke under Hamdon , co.

    Index, S, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (5), 2684 (18). Stoke Hammond , Bucks, 438 (1 m. 26). Stoke Holy Cross , Norf., g. 3324 (30). Stoke Mandeville (Stokemaunderfell), Bucks, 438 (3 mm. 13, 27). Stoke Millborough (S. Mylburn, St. Milburia), Salop, 438 (4 mm. 12, 27).

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Partingion v. Partnegton and Townend, wherein the wife of the Rev. O H. Partng- ton, Rector of Stoke Mandeville, was charged with adultery with a young gentleman resident in the neighbourhood, the co-respondent yesterday denied the oharge. The cross- examination Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been committed in the Divorce Court, in a suit in which the Rev. DMr. Partington, th6 vicar of Stoke Mandeville, in Buckinghamnshire, sought to be divorced from his wife on account of her having been guilty of improper conduct Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stoke hsandeville Parish Church, Leonord W. Owen, of Barnsley. formerly of Minworth, near Water Orton, to Emily Mason, of Stoke Mandeville, near Aylesbary. DIED- B riDty.-OD the 17th inst, at 99. New Spring Street, aged 4 years, of dihthberia, Walter Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    threatened sumSpcnsiomm, and dismissed him cln December 6. The jury gave a verdict for the defendants. The Nillage of Stoke Mandeville, on the' Metro- : politan iEtefl$ion line to Aylesburv, is in the anomalous position of having been without a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    suit of Partington v. Partington and Town- end, wherein the wife of the Rev. C. H. Partington, Rector of Stoke Mandeville, was charged with adultery with a young gentleman resident in the neighouihood, the co-respondent yesterday denied the charge, and Subscribers-only content

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