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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Jesus College JESUS COLLEGE

    16 December 1944 John Traill Christie, 19 July 1949 . College livings Aston Clinton . R. Bucks . Purchase. 1727. Bagendon . R. Gloucs. Purchase. 1712. Braunston . R. Northants . Purchase. 1727. 61 Clynnog Fawr. R. Carnarvon. Benefaction. 1660.

    Gloucester Protestant nonconformity

    Edward Fletcher 's house near the little cloister in the college precincts; by will dated 1660 Fletcher, mi nister of Bagendon , left the reversion of the house in trust to Forbes and five members of the congregation, including inhabitants

    Index A - K

    399 John (fl. 1670s), 323 fam., 400 Badgeworth , 275, 302, 385, 432 Little Witcombe , 321 Badminton , 113 Bagendon , 323 Bailey (Bayley): F.T., rector of St. John the Baptist , 271, 344 Mic., 379 bailiffs , see

    Index

    192 - Phanuel, 199 n - Roger, 9 Badger , James, 147 Badgeworth (Glos.), 266, 267 Badnall , -, 267 Bagendon (Glos.), 279 Bagley , Henry, 76 n Bagley Wood ( Berks .), 253, 261, 299 Bagot , Lewis ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Mary - Volume 3, February 1554, 01 February 1554-28 February 1554

    naturalization of Peter Wolffe, native of the Emperor's dominions. Lat. Feb. 22. 30. Examinations of John a Mynde, Parson of Bagendon, Willim. Tawney Parson of Barnesley, co. Gloucester, Tho. Fowler, and Alice Henlowe, touching the conduct of William Thomas, in Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 43 Edward III (1369-70)

    Holy Land. 2 See Calendar, Part I. p. 474 n. 3 Benerhich (?); possibly meaning "Bearidge-bridge," in the parish of Bagendon, co. Gloucester, crossing the river Churn, on the road from London to Gloucester (Atkyns's 'History of Glouces.,' second ed.,

    General Index, B, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    Baeshe , (Basshe or Bashe), Edw. Bagard , Mr. Bagat , Stephen Bagenall , Sir Nicholas Bagenall , see Bagnal. Bagendon Bagnal , (or Bagnold,) Sir Ralph Bagshaw Bagshot Bainton , Mrs. Baker Baker , Christopher Baker , John Baker Subscribers-only content

    Index, A - E

    337 Katherine, wife of, 337 Matilda Leuesham, kinswoman of, 337 Baddele , Robert, 199 Bage , John, 56 1, 562 Bagendon , co. Gloucester, parish of, 133n. Bagshott , co. Surrey, inn called "the Bushe" at, 741 "Baille" or "Bayly

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THOMAS, William (by 1524-54), of London and Llanthomas, Brec.

    4 Feb., after Carew had embarked for France, but surmised that he had escaped to Wales. The fugitive arrived at Bagendon parsonage, near Cirencester, accompanied by his brother-in-law David Watkins, and learned that his property had been seized in London,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fri- day, Feb. 9, at William IV. Ian (iluntIngdonI Road). T sair' Corswo~n llouiw, get .Svea-.'Thls day. Feb. 6. at Bagendon'; Wedneaday, Feb. 7, at Bacecouraoe- Friday, Feb. 0, 1 at T'rouble Eowe,- Teen EaxLa or COwnierny's HIoucrus at RlEm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, Gnosall Station i Tuesday, Iudge Thursday, Chaddesley Wood; Saturday, Boscobel, at 3.1. CoTSwoaD.-his day, Througham; Wednesday, Puesfdown inn; Friday, Bagendon, at 11. COTSAVOLD, NonTr.-Tuesday, Gulting Wood; Saturday, Western Park, at 11. CovrYMTr.y's, ERnL oF.-Tuesday, Blachmore Park; Thersday, ElBIlcy Castle; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gate; Wednesday, Shuttington Bridge; Friday, Black Sivan; Saturday, Brnldow Station, at II. COTrWOLD.-This day, SunIrove; Wednesday, Withlngton ; Fri- day, Bagendon, at I1. CoTTE.61s0om.-This day, Tickencote Hall; Tuesday, Tilton WVood; Wednesday, Bytham Kennels; Thursday, Stocken hall; Saturday, Ridlington, at 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    let the subject drop. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. ALMrasuTONe-ThIs day, Enville, at 10.45. ATueiR9srOx.-Frlday, Bleek Swan; Saturday, Brirlolow Station, at 11. COoSsaOLDm-Frlday, Bagendon, at 11. CorTrsauon.-Tlis day, Steoeen Hall; Saturday, Rlidlingtor, at 11. COTSWYOLD (NonRTu).-Satarday, Spring Hill Lodges, at 11. lre~r.i1'oas1rrae lNanars)B-TlmiS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    18, Withaam Commons ; Friday, 15, Burley-on-the 1111; Satur. day, 1t, Leeetlsorpe, at 11. COT3eVOL.--Wednesday, Jannary13, Withington Wood; Friday, 15, Bagendon, at 11. Corawoo~rt, Non~xv.-This day, January 12, Klnston Thorns; Saturday, 10, HldoWt Q0uarry, at 11. Co.wx,. y s, Rs.ns Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 May 1816, 21 May 1816

    eft Billa, intituled, " An Act for effectuating an Exchange of the Advowfon of the Church of the Parifh of Bagendon, in the County of Gloucefler, belonging to Jofeph Pitt Efquire, for a Right which the Principal, Fellows and Scholars Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1816, 22 May 1816

    for Jefus Colleg« " effectuating an Exchange of the Advowfon of the & Pitts'B'"' " Church of the Parifh of Bagendon, in the County of " Gloucefler, belonging to Jofeph Pitt Efquire, for a " Right which the Principal, Fellows Subscribers-only content

    11 June 1816, 11 June 1816

    an Exchange of the Advowfon of the Church of the Parim of Bagendon, in the County of Gloucefler, belonging to Jofeph Pitt Efquire, for a Right which the Principal, Fellows and Scholars of Jefus College, within the City and Univerfity Subscribers-only content

    12 June 1816, 12 June 1816

    Act for jefus College effectuating an Exchange of the Advowfon of the & Pitts' Bill: Church of the Parifh of Bagendon, in the Caunty of Glouce/ier, belonging to Jofeph Pitt Efquire, for a Right which the Principal, Fellows and Scholars Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1816, 21 June 1816

    " An Aft for effec- " tuating an Exchange of the Advowfon of the Church " of the Parifh of Bagendon, in the County of Gloucefler, " belonging to Jofeph Pitt Efquire, for a Right which " the Principal, Fellows Subscribers-only content

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