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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Soham Manors

    turn owned Barway , by 1279 almost all occupied by their tenants, 67 until 1433, when they exchanged it for rental property in Oxfordshire with five feoffees, 68 perhaps acting for the Tiptofts, to whose Soham estate Barway manor was

    Soham Churches Soham Church in 1797

    it lacked tiling and glazing, the people of Barway sometimes hired their own reader. Then, as in 1650 , it was recognized, despite some disputes with the villagers at Soham , that Barway 's people were often cut off in

    Soham Soham in the late 20th Century Soham Village c. 1650

    in the parish that year, only 15 came from Barway , 91 figures comparable with the number of ancient commonable messuages reported in 1666 , 263 at Soham , 15 at Barway . 92 In 1666 up to 310 dwellings

    Soham Economic history Soham 's Fens Under Inclosure in the 1630s Soham 's Uninclosed common Fields and Commons in the 1840s

    's fen commons and Henney, and also against Barway 's field, 86 presumably the land cultivated from that hamlet. In 1656 that fieldland, c . 70 a., all held in severalty, embraced Barway 's own Little fen, 18¾ a., mentioned

    Soham Charities for the poor

    obit, to relieve from payment of fifteenths and other direct taxes all villagers save those holding of the Netherhall , Barway , Henney, and Fordham manors. What money was not needed for tax relief was to be accumulated to raise

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 230, Undated 1632, 01 January 1632-31 December 1632

    the Master and Scholars of Pembroke Hall, in Cambridge, defendants. The question in the cause was whether the manor of Barway, in Soham, co. Cambridge, was a member of Soham manor or a separate and independent manor. Among the witnesses Subscribers-only content

    Manorial records, Survey of Roath Keynsham (1702)

    of d . Item , Mathew Thomas of Eglwysilan holdeth the Lands late of Lewis Reece, situate in Lanishen, called Barway, now in his own tenure, under the chief rent of 3 d . Item , Thomas ap Thomas of

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    BARRY'S-CROFT. A field containing four acres of customary land "of the greater tenure," in the lordship of Roath (1542.) BARWE, Barway. Lands in the parish of Llanishen and manor of Roath-Keynsham, holden at a chief rent (1702.) BAWDALINE ACRE. A

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HETHE, Thomas (1383-1439), of Little Saxham, Suff.

    John Reymes. Subsequently, young Thomas married one of his guardian’s daughters. In 1403 it was alleged that some land in Barway in Cambridgeshire which should have pertained to the Crown during Hethe’s minority had been illegally concealed. The bulk of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1794, 12 February 1794

    and Fletton, in the County of Huntingdon; Lsleham, Fordham, Sivaffham Prior with Reach, Swaffham Bulbeck, Burwell with Reach, Wickin, Soham, Barway, Bottisham, Qui, Ditton, Horningsey, Waterbeach, Landbeach, Cottenham, Ramp- ton, W'lllingham, Over, and Swacey, in the County of Cambridge; Brandon, Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1794, 14 February 1794

    Fletton, in the County of Huntingdon ; Isleham, Fordham, Swaffhani Prior with Reach, Swaffham Bulbeck, Burwell with Reach, Wickin, Soham, Barway, Bottisham, Qui, Ditton, Horningsey, Waterbeach, Landbeach, Cottenham, Ramp- ton, WilUnghaiu, Over, and Swacey, in the County of Cambridge; Brandon, Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1794, 3 March 1794

    of divers Commonable or Low or Fen Grounds situate and being in the several Parishes of Lsleham, Fordham, Wicken, Soham, Barway, Waterbeach, Cottenham, Rampton, Willingham, and Over, in the County of Cam¬ bridge, Lakenheath, and Mildenhall, in the County of Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1794, 3 March 1794

    or Low or Consideration To-morrow Morning. Fen Grounds, situate and being in the several Parishes of Isleham, Fordham, Wicken, SohcCm, Barway, Waterbeach, Cottenham, Rampton, WilUngham, and Over, in the County of Cambridge, Lakenheath, and Mildenhall, in the County of Suffolk, Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1794, 18 March 1794

    divers Common¬ able, or Low or Fen Grounds, situate and being in the several Parishes of Isleham, Fordham, Wicken, Soham, Barway, Waterbeach, Cottenham, Rampton, Willingham, and Over, in the County of Cambridge, Lakenheath, and Mildenhall, in the County of Suffolk, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    more, Esq. coroner for the county of Hertford, at the Wheat. sheaf Inn, Barway, Hertfordsh~ire, on the body of William Phelps, atlas Brighton Bill, who came by his death in con- sequence of the injuries he received ina pugilistic enrountec Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pssae, Birminghamn. Telephone No. 642. Telegramis,' "Hayward, Birvintghawn." SU5 -- RWEIANYACHTING CRUISES (EORT. N RInO1GRITLY) FROM NEWCASTIE.)-N-TMNE Shortest Ronto to Barway. Only one night at sea. By tine ALBION SiTEAMSHIP COMPAN'YS ILimited) Pact andi :plendidly-fitted Yachiting Steamer "MIDN4IGHT SUBN"(Capt.. Nivison. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Means Clofe, Mlarilpit, and Dudley- pit, containing together tSA. OR. SUP. LO'' tsw-'I'a'o Clofes of Arahle and, Pathiure Laind, called Barway Clole, and the Pinile, coutauilug OA. 2ZR. OP. "rhe Tenaiit will (iew the Prenifesm, aud for fister Partiitrlars eniquire Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    purposes. LOT 4. e, All that PIECE of very superior MEADOw LASND te known by the name of the " Barway," situate at Mng-] n ginton aforesaid, and numbered "9 on the said plan, 5. containing IA. 2u. OP. or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Daniel Winham, B.A., (1841i), of Christ's College, in this universitv, has beenr li- ccused to the curacy of Soham with Barway, Camubridgeshire. CAMtItnDGuc PeitLOSOt'stCAL SOCI LTY.-At a meetinig of this Society, held ott Moiday cleveing, Mcrch 9, the Rev. Professor Subscribers-only content

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