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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate

    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate THE HONOR OF GRAFTON AND THE WAKEFIELD LODGE ESTATE 46 Introduction In 1542 a number of Crown estates in the hundred of Cleley and elsewhere in Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire were combined by

    Chairman's foreword

    Plates viii List of Maps x Editor's Foreword xi Abbreviations xiii Cleley Hundred 1 The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate 18 Alderton 39 Ashton 59 Cosgrove 77 Easton Neston 98 Furtho 127 Grafton Regis 142 Hartwell 176 Old


    did not make Grafton Manor his Northamptonshire home, which simply became a large farmhouse, preferring instead to live at Wakefield Lodge in Whittlewood, which he acquired by virtue of a grant (to him and his heirs male) of the office

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    R ichmondWatson, whose son Mr. J. H. Richmond-Watson remained the owner at the time of writing. 81 Wakefield Lodge . Wakefield Lodge is shown as a large two-storey house on an early 17th-century map of Whittlewood. 82 It is said

    Grafton Regis GRAFTON REGIS Grafton Regis village

    parish outside the village until the 1840s , when it was joined by Grafton Fields , built by the Wakefield Lodge estate about half a mile to the south, in the centre of what had previously been Sties Field. The

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FITZROY, Henry, earl of Euston (1790-1863).

    toyed with a military career and been suggested as a candidate for Suffolk and Northamptonshire, where he resided at Wakefield Lodge, before his father the 4th duke of Grafton returned him for Bury St. Edmunds in 1818.[footnote] He initially toed

    TOWNSHEND, Hon. Charles (1725-67), of Adderbury, Oxon.

    is for the general good, and very likely for my own private ease of mind’; and went off to Wakefield Lodge for the weekend. That same day the King wrote to Pitt at 4.15 p.m.:I think it necessary to acquaint

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. Keppell, Esq. Pallmall - 17 7 2 His Grace the Duke of Graf- Alexander Davison, Esq. St ton, Wakefield Lodge - O 13 6 James's square - * 13 13 11 Lord Iilmorey, Bigglewade II 5 1 M. Atkinson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Order. C1harlesFooksin4d UM*ln Alford Preedy were both executed for .murder yesterday-aat Dorcbiester. Ti: i -D~xE o3F GrUPTON died at Wakefield Lodge, Northampton. ishire, an Thursday, in his seveuty-third year. He was educated at .Trinity Colleger Oambridge, and for :some years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one or two Ladies, to oomapy bed. room sad sitting loom in her priests and moot comfortable homne.- Address, Wakefield Lodge, Kenilweorth. c7140 KLNG Edvwad's Road (1751.-Apartmeatsa; parlooir, bed mom;: K ed moom and use of aitting room; suit gentleman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ons or two Ladies. to oscupy bed room and sitting room in her private and most comfortable home.- Address, Wakefield Lodge, lEenilworth. c7140 TADYWOOD.-8, Corwell Road: three bed rooms, two sitting L r roms, kitchen, he. Rent £l. 12s. 6d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had just come out of Birmingham. GaoL- Mr. Knox remanded her. The will of Richard Owen, Esq., formerly of Wakefield Lodge, Northanmptonshire, but late of Leamington Priors, Warwiclshbire, was proved in' the London Court, on the 17th ult., by Thomas Subscribers-only content

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