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You searched for: Place: Bayfield, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swavesey Manors and other estates

    1975 , andin 1976 it was once more offered for sale with38 a. 43 In 1988 it belonged to the Bayfield family. In 1232 Henry III granted Roger la Zouche15 oaks to house himself at Swavesey . 44 Eleanorla Zouche

    Parishes Baydon Baydon c. 1828

    Williams which was exchanged for allotments of land totalling 76 a. at inclosure in 1778 . 100 Tithes from the Bayfield area of Baydon belonged to the owners of Membury farm from the 1720s or earlier. 101 They were valued

    Parishes Haslingfield

    put in his kinsman Timothy Perkins . 290 In 1765 the advowson was bought by John Michell (d. 1766) of Bayfield (Norf.). 291 He was succeeded by his son Charles Michell (d. 1841) of Forcett Hall (Yorks. N.R.), whose grandson

    Parishes Elmstone Hardwicke Tewkesbury and Deerhurst area, 1965

    the Crown, 268 which retained it until 1878. In 1879 and 1923 the advowson belonged for life to Mrs. G. Bayfield Roberts. After the union with Swindon the patronage belonged alternately to Mrs. Roberts and the Bishop of Gloucester as

    Victoria County History

    John, rector of Grantchester , 210 Sir Wm ., 202 Bayeux (Calvados, France ), bp. of, see Odo canons, 48 Bayfield (Norf.), 235 Baynes : John, 30 Ralph, rector of Hardwick , bp. of Lichfield , 103 Beach : Alan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TrO ifrom thae infrlngeolueut of Nattrir's Late,, nud pointlee aertain rosalie vf Lure. ADMISSION? SIXPNCE185 OPEN, DAILY. 15 REMO OVAL. BAYFIELD AND EAGL ES ACoOUNTANTS, PECTOPY CHAMBERSs TEMPLE 11017 333 - -------TENT IOR INVlENTIONS. ltuotiolls may be obtained b pligt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STREET, E.C. Prospectuses and hcll information case be obtained at the Gifices of the Mialased Branch, 41, Tomsple Row. Birmingham. BAYFIELD and EAGLES, Accountants, District Agonft8. SUls-AoENTs. Aloesley .......... Frederick Msander, Schoolmaster AIlchrsto .......... Thomas Chsttaway. Grocer Bucrtconwc-1'Trct ........... T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. David latins, Jun., Eon. Secretary to the Coininittee. at his Oflices, 58, rnow Sitreet. Birenstepe. 220 REMOVAL M ESSRS. BAYFIELD AND EAGLES, ACQOUNTANTS, RECTORY OMBRBE , 1 TO 32, TEMPLE IBOW. 38 REMOVAI, T HI: MI1DLAND BRANCH OFFICES THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HANMP7TON B AAICH OPMR, 41,QIYRISN S TIIEM OPE N 05 ONDAYS AND WEDNEDAYS. e 2 142 W. cBIIRLHT. amestt'. MESSRS. BAYFIELD AND EAGLHe, ACCOUNTANTa, RECTORY CHKABMBES TO 12, TEMILSIM ROW.- 110 REMOVAL. ~ ~MIDLAND -BRANCH OFFICES THE NORTH B3RITISR AND Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a circular just issued, that Mr. Arthur Bayfleld (son of the senior partner) has been taken into the firm of Bayfield and Eagles, accountants, of this town, The Secretary of the Queon'o Hospital Extension Fund I request us to state Subscribers-only content

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