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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harefield Manors

    manor of Harefield passed to the Batchworth family of Hertfordshire , of whom at least three members, Roger, Geoffrey, and Richard, are known to have been lords of Harefield . By 1235 Roger of Batchworth held 1½ knight's fee in

    Harefield Mills

    bank of the Colne with a water-mill, was subject to various conveyances between 1436 and 1467 . 11 Richard of Batchworth , lord of the manor, owned a mill on the Colne in Harefield in 1310 , which seems to

    Harefield Local government

    GOVERNMENT. In 1293 Roger of Batchworth claimed view of frankpledge, the assizes of bread and ale, trial of breaches of the peace, the hanging of felons, and other rights. For these liberties Roger paid the sheriff ½ mark a year.

    Parishes Rickmansworth

    through a little group of houses called Batchworth hamlet. It then skirts Moor Park and ascends a steep hill towards Pinner . On the top of the hill is the hamlet of Batchworth Heath , with its open common. West

    The hundred of Elthorne THE HUNDRED OF ELTHORNE

    the Priory of St. Helen's , Bishopsgate , at Brentford . Lay franchises were held in 1293 by Richard of Batchworth at Harefield ; Peter Butler at Northolt ; William de Scaccario at Down , in Northolt ; and Lucy

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COKAYN, Thomas (d.1440), of Cornwall.

    from among landowners living near the capital: for instance, from 1433 he acted as a feoffee of the manor of Batchworth in Rickmansworth.[footnote]It is possible that Cokayn married into a London mercer’s family. Certainly, he established several close contacts with

    SWANLAND, William, of Harefield, Mdx., North Mimms, Herts. and London.

    on the successive deaths of his father and his elder brother John. From his mother he inherited the manor of Batchworth in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire. Also, as a result of his youthful marriage to Joan, a kinswoman of William Leyre of

    BRUDENELL, Edmund (d.1425/6), of Amersham, Bucks. and Aynho, Northants.

    in Chesham, he bought the manor outright in 1405; and, together with his wife, he secured a reversionary interest in Batchworth in Rickmansworth (Hertfordshire). Although, in 1418, he made a quitclaim, to Peter Fettiplace* and his wife Juliana, of lands

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    m. 9). Baccano (Bacano), near Rome, letter dated at, 165. Bachecroft , John, 438 (2 m. 9). Bacheworth . See Batchworth. Bacho , Francis, a Milanese, g. 2055 (91). Bachrach (Baghragh, Baghrage, Baughragh), Herman, of the Steelyard, 1395, 2668, 2831,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eight pounds andi a half, whilst angling with spinning bait and the lightest of tackle in the river Colne, at Batchworth. A man, ulcknown, was run over on the Swansea andl Mumbles line, on Tuesday, by the 12.45 train from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Lye Green. She went away uip the bottom to Shelwood, then to the right to Brockham, and on to Batchworth, at a clipping pace. over a rattling country. She crossed the Dor- king road, and away over Box Hill Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERATURE, SCIENCE, &C, INSCRIPTION On the grave o?a Peasant Girl in a Churchyard in Suffolk. (From the Gentleman's Magazine.) Count not my years, nor ask how long I dwelt on Earth a homeless guest ; Cut ask if Hope Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W'utts T. White'syarei, W'hitecross-street, carpenter ukdav. April ~.0. Braithwaite R. Cathcrine-coart,Tower-hill, ship-agent Carter R. Moreton, Gloucestershire, dealer Fisher W. Batchworth, Hertfordshire, horse-dealer Forbes F. Greenwich., druggist Howden and Hare, Oxford-street, saddlers Hopkins C- Stourbridge, WorcesteTohire, mercer Head P. Kingston-upon-HulL Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the time of the collision, and csrried away the gunboat's mizzenmast. No one was injured. A Monster Rat, - At Batchworth, a rat scaling 51bs. and almost as large as a cat, has been captured by Mr. Michael Rowan's pediuree Subscribers-only content

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