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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Bigging , Anstey

    rent from land in Great and Little Chishall (co. Camb .), 10 in 1353 messuages and land in Buntingford , Barkway , Hormead, Braughing , Buckland , Wyddial and Alswick in Layston worth 16 s . a year, 11 and

    The hundred of Odsey Introduction and map

    mentioned in 1086 , was only partly in Therfield ; the nucleus of the town lay within the parish of Barkway in Edwinstree Hundred, or across the Cambridgeshire borders in Arningford Hundred. 11 The inclusion of certain manors within ecclesiastical

    Houses of Austin canons Royston priory

    to the poor brothers at Rose 's Cross to build a chapel and consecrate a cemetery in the parish of Barkway 3 probably relates to Eustace's house. 4 The date of Rochester 's foundation is fixed as earlier than April

    Parishes Reed

    to this road as Arning Street in 1251 . 2 A road runs east through Reed from Ermine Street to Barkway . Running south from this is a road which forms the main street of the village, then turns sharply

    Parishes Royston

    a distinct 'vill' for the assessment of subsidies in 1307 , 11 but it lay within five ecclesiastical parishes, viz. Barkway , Reed and Therfield , co. Herts ., Melbourn and Kneesworth , co. Cambs., 12 until 1540, when an

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAPMAN, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1710-81), of Cockenhatch, Barkway, Herts.

    Bt. (c.1710-81), of Cockenhatch, Barkway, Herts. Constituency Dates Taunton 1741 1747 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Herts. 1759-60. Biography Chapman was heir to a wealthy London merchant family, whose trading interests had drawn them from Shropshire to London by the early seventeenth

    JENNINGS, Sir John (1664-1743), of Newsells, in Barkway, Herts.

    (1664-1743), of Newsells, in Barkway, Herts. Constituency Dates Queenborough 1705 1710 Portsmouth 1710 3 Feb 1711 Rochester 1715 1734 Ofifces Held Lt. R.N. 1687, capt. 1689, r.-adm. 1705, v.-adm. 1708, adm. 1708; c.-in-c. Mediterranean 1711-13; ld. of Admiralty 1714-27; gov.

    HERRIES, John (d.1418), of Cambridge.

    street’ to be gravelled, and his will made provision of £10 for repairs to the ‘vile road’ to Barley and Barkway. The rest of his property was left for her lifetime to his second wife, Isabel, whose landed holdings in

    JENNINGS, Sir John (1664-1743), of Byfleet, Surr.

    scene, being returned for Rochester in 1715 when he was listed as a Whig in a comparative analysis of the 1713 and 1715 Parliaments. He purchased the Newsells estate in Barkway, Hertfordshire, in 1721 and died on 23 Dec. 1743.[footnote]

    SOMER, Henry (d.1450), of London, Tottenham, Mdx. and Grantchester, Cambs.

    in his will. He did, however, die in possession of holdings in Bermondsey, and an inn with adjacent farmland in Barkway, Hertfordshire, as well as a market, fair, and free warren in Ickborough, Norfolk, which were confirmed to him by

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