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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Beckford

    Alien houses The priory of Beckford ALIEN HOUSES 15. THE PRIORY OF BECKFORD In the reign of Henry I Rabellus, the chamberlain of Normandy , gave the manor of Beckford-with-Ashton to the monastery of St. Barbe-en-Auge in Normandy , 1

    Parishes Beckford

    at Little Beckford , and by private builders on the road between Little Beckford and Beckford , in the village street, and on the Grafton road . Apart from Beckford Hall 38 the most notable house in Beckford is the

    The hundred of Tibblestone The hundred of Tibblestone

    in Beckford parish, 9 and of Cleeve hundred in the 13th and 14th centuries, 10 left only Hinton on the Green , most of Beckford , and part of Ashton under Hill within Tibblestone hundred. Whereas the part of Beckford

    Alien houses The priory of Newent

    convent of Cormeilles let the church of Beckford with the chapel of Aston at a rent of sixty marks to the prior and convent of St. Barbe-en-Auge , who possessed a cell at Beckford . 6 The arrangement was recognized

    Parishes Ashton under Hill

    Beckford manor appears to have later passed from the bishop to the Crown, the two estates may have even then been linked. In 1066 Turbert, a royal thegn, held 8 hides at ASHTON which before 1071 were joined with

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BECKFORD, Richard (1712-56).

    BECKFORD, Richard (1712-56). Constituency Dates Bristol 1754 24 Jan. 1756 Ofifces Held Alderman of London 1754. Biography Richard Beckford was one of the biggest planters in Jamaica, with an estate of 9,242 acres,[footnote] and was there at the time of

    WILDMAN, Thomas (1740-95), of Turnham Green Hall, Mdx.

    Beckford proved profitable. Wildman’s brother Henry became Beckford’s English estate agent, his brother James his Jamaican agent, and they all lined their pockets.[footnote]Wildman handled Beckford’s electoral interest during his minority and in his absence abroad. Late in 1794, when

    BECKFORD, William (1760-1844), of Fonthill, Wilts.

    Beckford came in for Wells (which his maternal grandfather had represented) in place of John Curtis nominated at Saltash, where Beckford was financing the attempt of John Buller jun. to break the Government’s hold.[footnote]Though it has been stated that

    PEDLEY, John (?1762-1838), of 24 Lower Grosvenor Street, Mdx. and Caddington Hall, Beds.

    He made a large fortune from his connexion with Beckford and returned to England in 1802. He was then ‘so prosperously situated as to be able’ to bring himself into Parliament:[footnote] Beckford wrote on 4 July 1802 to Sir William

    BECKFORD, William (1709-70), of Fonthill, Wilts.

    BECKFORD, William (1709-70), of Fonthill, Wilts. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 8 Dec. 1747 1754 London 1754 21 June 1770 Ofifces Held Alderman of London 1752, sheriff 1755-6, ld. mayor 1762-3, 1769-70. Biography Beckford, who had inherited from his brother large estates

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    curio- :w It enumerates an extraordinary collection of curious, rare, and r rrid works in literature and the arts. Mr. Beckford, who got it all ,"thser as a rrman of taste, learning, and unbounded wealth. Add to t', perbaps a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JustpnbhediK ne vl. oyallCm price To. in boards, TH pO C NOTE-BOOK, and -EPIGUAMMATI iTflSEUf; containing upwards of one thousand choice Epigrams, fanciful Inscrtiptios adPotcl orceana". By GEORGE WENTWORTE, Esq. Ebliedwith a beautiful Vignette. What is an Epigran I-A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. - Willimott, Esq. E. Willis, Esq. W. E. Gosling, Esq. The Hon. Baron Hurr; Countess de Grey. ditto Wm. Beckford, Esq. W. H. Cooper Dr Fellowes 'Rev. W. L. Bowles ditto Lord Northwick Lord Ellenborough N. W.R. Colborne, Esq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E&q. Advocate, Judge of the High Court of Admiralty in Scotland. Oa the Ost inst. at St George's Church, Frederick Beckford Long, Esq. youagcst so'i of the late EB Long, Esq. of Hampton Lodge, Sarrey, to Maria, fifth dauzghter (f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    On the Ist tust. at Walworth, Mary, second daughter of Mr Taylor, of New. irgtao, to Mr Mark Freeman, of Beckford row. DIED. At Roeham pton, on the 2Ctb alt. Anthony Ashley Ponsoriby, youngest son of the Noo. Willia. Cavendish Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. Modern State thereof.

    are well inhabited. Black Swan Court, a pretty handsome open Place, with indifferent Houses. Red Cross Court also pretty good. Beckford Court, a very handsome, airy Place, with large Houses, well inhabited, especially the upper End. White Lyon Court, seated

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Teresa Wakeman

    Details Teresa Wakeman in religion Teresa Mary of the Holy Ghost Died 1794 4 Oct in Beckford

    Elizabeth Wakeman

    Details Elizabeth Wakeman in religion Elizabeth Born 1629 in Beckford Died 1642 12 Jul in Ghent father Edward Wakeman Esq mother Mary Cotton

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    of feveral Perfons upon Oath, touching the Praftice of Poundage being paid to the Paymafters; their Lordfhips find, that Wm. Beckford Efquire, Mr. Lawford, Mr. Chap¬ lin, and Mr. Godfahe, .had been formerly examined upon Oath, as to that Point, Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1703, 24 March 1704

    King, ce upon Confideration of His taking off the Pay-mafter's " Poundage for Defalcations for the future." " Mr. Wm. Beckford being asked, " What he " bath known, heard, or underftood, as to the Cuf- *' torn of paying Subscribers-only content

    5 April 1773, 5 April 1773

    have agreed to the fame, without any Amendment. " Grafton, Aßton wider Hill, and Bengrove, in the " Parifh of Beckford, and County of Glouccfler ; to which they defvre the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was read Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1773, 6 April 1773

    Commonable Lands, and cer¬ tain Lot Ground, within the feveral Villages or Townfhips of Beckford, Grafton, Afhton under Hill, and Bengrove, in the Parifh of Beckford, and County of Gloucefter." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1773, 7 April 1773

    Lands, " and certain Lot Ground, within the federal Villages " or Townfhips of Beckford, Grafton, Afioton Under- " hill, and Bengrove, in the Parifh of Beckford and " County of Gloucefier" was committed: " That they " had confidered Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    View of the Market Place, Beckford, Gloucestershire, 1802

    the Market Place, Beckford, Gloucestershire View in a town with a square church tower rising above trees to left, a half-timbered house below and a long, low thatched building running from it into the right foreground, with a man addressing

    View of Beckford, Gloucestershire, 1801

    View of Beckford, Gloucestershire View of a village with a church tower to right and a shepherd following his flock along a broad tree-lined path on the left; in a layered border. 1801Etching and aquatint

 

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