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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bassingbourn

    Parishes BassingbournBASSINGBOURN The parish of Bassingbourn , 1 20 km. south-west of Cambridge , is approximately rectangular, being bounded on the south by the Icknield Way and divided from Litlington to the west by Litlington mare, 2 a straightish

    Parishes Kneesworth

    the college land, c . 130 a., 67 and almost 200 a. in Bassingbourn . 68 His son, Sir Charles Ethelston Nightingale, sold most of the Bassingbourn land c . 1814, 69 and the Kneesworth estate, 897 a., in 1831

    Armingford hundred

    By the 13th century the area between Melbourn and Bassingbourn , once perhaps a southward extension of Whaddon , had become the separate hamlet of Kneesworth , which although linked with Bassingbourn ecclesiastically after the 15th century was un ited

    Westwick Local Government

    GOVERNMENT In 1299 Mary of Bassingbourn claimed to hold the view of frankpledge and the assize of bread and of ale in Westwick under the honor of Richmond . 50 In 1334 three customary tenants of Westwick answered for the

    Parishes Sandon

    John de Bassingbourn had the custody of William 'Anglus' with 1 virgate of freehold and 3 acres of the demesne of Sandon . 60 In 1239-40 Aubrey (Albreda) de Bassingbourn joined in a settlement on Alexander de Bassingbourn of lands

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKER, Sir Peter, 1st Bt. (?1721-1811), of Bassingbourn, Cambs.

    1st Bt. (?1721-1811), of Bassingbourn, Cambs. Constituency Dates Seaford 1784 21 Mar. 1785 Seaford 29 Mar. 1785 13 Mar. 1786 Maldon 19 Feb 1787 1790 Ofifces Held Entered navy as a boy; capt. 1747; r.-adm. 1777; v.-adm. 1779; adm. 1787;

    PIGOT, Granado (c.1650-1724), of Bassingbourn, Cambs.

    (c.1650-1724), of Bassingbourn, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridge 1690 1695 Cambridgeshire 1702 1705 Ofifces Held Freeman, Cambridge 1689; sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 1695–6. Biography Pigot, the favoured younger son of a sequestered Royalist, inherited not only the small family estate in

    CALDECOTE, Nicholas (d.1443), of Meldreth, Cambs.

    put into the hands of trustees a year later, although the property at Orwell and Wimpole and the manor at Bassingbourn known as ‘Caldecotes’, which came into his possession subsequently, were probably purchased. When income from land was made subject

    CAMP, Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs.

    Thomas Camp, the future shire knight, came by his principal landed holdings in Cambridgeshire. Joan Martin brought him property in Bassingbourn, Steeple Morden and Litlington, including 12 messuages and some 400 acres of land, which were formally settled on her

    HASILDEN, Thomas I (c.1322-c.1387), of Wakefield, Yorks. and Steeple Morden and Guilden Morden, Cambs.

    1369-aft. June 1383; his attorney-general c.1382-6. Ofifces Held The duke of Lancaster’s steward of Babraham, Cambs. by Apr. 1372, of Bassingbourn by June 1372, of the fens, Lincs. by Apr. 1383. Ofifces Held Constable of Liverpool castle 8 Apr.-10 Dec.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    letter of; 462. Gats , Sir John; 68. Gavin , Commendator of Kilwinning; 364. Gawde , Mr.; 55. Gawdy , Bassingbourn; 438, 440. Gemmingen , defeat at; 360. Geneva , letters from; 410, 411. Genlis , M. de, his death;

    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 26 November 1664, 26 November 1664-26 November 1664

    same. Hubbard to be attached, for Contempt. Upon Information given to this House, upon Oath made at this Bar, by Bassingbourn Gaudy , "That Joseph Hubbard , of Ipswich , in the County of Suffolke , refused to give Obedience

    Appendix IV, Documents relating to the port of London

    Also called New Wool Quay, it was purchased by the crown in 1558 from the heir of Phillip Linne of Bassingbourn for £ 600. 7 The rental in 1582 was £ 40 a year. The quay then had two jibbets.

    Romford

    daughter, was baptized July 4, 1652; Anne, wife of Sir Edward Sydenham, Aug. 8, 1652. She married Sir Charles Gawdy; Bassingbourn, her son, was buried at Romford July 2, 1652. Wife of Sir Edward Coke, and daughter of Sir William

    Cases before the Committee, November 1st-20th, 1645, 01 November 1645-30 November 1645

    sequestered. 98 807 10 July. The registrar to certify about the fine, and Brereton to report. 29 15 Wm. Curtis, Bassingbourn, or Orwell, Co. Cambridge. Vol. A No. or p. 18 Nov. 1645. Information that he went to Oxford for Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    — of Bardney, - - — of Barrington, - - — of Bartlow, — of Barton, - - — of Bassingbourn, of Bathley, - - - of Bedfont, of Benenden, - ' of Boro' Green, of Bottisham, of Bourn, of Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Labouring Classes, - J Becher' Baschurch, Number of Persons relieved 1 c, by Poor Rates in, - - SlaneJ'' - Bassingbourn, relative to State of Poor! n in, - -}pym> Bastard Children, few in Scotland, - Pym, Bastardy Laws, Orders Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    ¦ of Balsham, - Pym, of Barrington, - - Pym, ofBartlow, - - - Pym, of Barton, - Pvm, of Bassingbourn, - - Pym, of Bathley, - - - Becher, of Boro' Green, - - Pym, of Bottisham, - - Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    - - Pym, — of Bampton, — ofBardney, — of Barrington, — of Bartlow, — of Barton, of Baschurch, of Bassingbourn, ofBathley, of Bedfont, of Beetham, of Benetideti, of Bishop's Cannings, of Boro' Green, ofBottisham, of Boughton, of Bourn, of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Purton; Females of Poole; Females of Ports¬ mouth and Portsea ; and Highsworth, 456. — Indepen¬ dents, Maidenhead; Barrington; Bosham; Bassingbourn ; Pennap; Lake Lane Chapel, Portsea; Marie-la-bonne Chapel, Portsea; Clarence Street Chapel, Portsea; Yar¬ mouth ; Milford ; Hook Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Smith, 2/3/1801

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 2/3/1801 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bassingbourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yorke, James/Ely 1781- 1808 Comment

    John Williams, 9/1/1777

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Williams Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 9/1/1777 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bassingbourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/14 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Ely 1771- 1781 Comment

    Thomas Heweerdine, 8/6/1704

    Heweerdine Forename Thomas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 8/6/1704 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bassingbourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Ely/17 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Patrick, Simon/Ely 1691- 1707 Comment Patron

    George Pennington, 2/3/1801

    Surname Pennington Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 2/3/1801 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bassingbourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yorke, James/Ely 1781- 1808 Comment Patron Details PATRON

    Henry Smith, 9/1/1777

    Smith Forename Henry Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 9/1/1777 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Bassingbourn// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/14 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Ely 1771- 1781 Comment Patron Details PATRON

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D~aily Post. _____e~ LTTERb Waiseed, in contnry villiage, f or lPiraei Work and Agrinul F rural lmplements.-8tate cagers, S. Wilkerson, Bassingbourn, KGpoton. e788? "A IRB, aohut 11, Wee ted, for Wsrnhiouie.-R. H. Joseph and Co., G3 22, Frederick Street. cilIA4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    into the death of a young m an named Wedd, all I enginee, who had been spending his hulidAY 2' Bassingbourn and at Lowestoft. His brother Sdr George Wedd. a balsam, of Ba~ssingbonrn, was, on011 Mn day;' driving him to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and two or three others, been discharged the Company's service. Some months ago, the infant child of dissenting parents at Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, was refused the riles of Christian burial by the Vicar of that parish, bocause it had not been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    several of them turned up in similar oi analogous forms, in widely' different counties. Thu he would meet with a Bassingbourn in Cambridgeshire, i Bassingfield in Notts,.a Bassingham and a Bassingthorpi in Lincoln, anda Bassington in-Northumlberland.: Side b3 side with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ty that the Relieving Officer, with the Guardians acting under nd tIe new Poor Law Act, met the Poor at Bassingbourn for es the first time on Saturday last, and although they appeared ce reconciled at the time of meeting, Subscribers-only content

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