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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    REYNOLDS, Cuthbert, of Watford, Herts. and the Inner Temple, London.

    tie between the Bedfords and the Earl of Cumberland probably secured his return for Appleby. He was presumably the Mr. ‘Reynold’ named to a minor committee 19 Mar. 1593.It is likely that it was also through the Bedfords that Reynolds

    ST. JOHN, Hon. Henry (1738-1818), of Rockley, Wilts.

    opposition with the Bedfords, but I see no return of favour from them to me, which I think my brother and I have some right to claim.He left Minorca in October 1768 and returned via Paris. The Bedfords having rejoined

    BEDFORD, John I, of Lewes, Suss.

    outside Lewes, destined to fall to her on the death of Isabel, wife of Thomas Cheseman, but this interest the Bedfords conveyed to Thomas White III* by a transaction completed in 1391. Bedford witnessed deeds at Lewes in the 1380s

    HILLERSDEN, William (1676-1725), of Elstow, Beds.

    substantial estate at nearby Elstow he was in need of cash and had already sold one outlying manor to the Bedfords for around £4,000. Re-elected unopposed with Farrer in 1708, he supported the naturalization of the Palatines in 1709 and

    BRAND, Thomas (c.1717-70), of The Hoo, Kimpton, Herts.

    Circumstances seemed more favourable to him when Chatham returned to office, and sought to strengthen his ministry by including the Bedfords. In the unsuccessful negotiations of December 1766 Bedford demanded a peerage for Brand, ‘whenever any new peers should be

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Havering-atte-Bower THE LIBERTY OF HAVERING c. 1618

    past Bedfords to Lower Bedfords Road . Newbury Lane , which took its name from a small medieval manor merged in Pyrgo park in the 16th century, had apparently disappeared by c . 1777. 14 The lane past Bedfords was

    Havering-atte-Bower Churches, schools and charities

    1784 the advowson of the perpetual curacy was vested in John Heaton of Bedfords , who had contributed much of the endowment. 19 The advowson passed with Bedfords to Heaton 's grandson Charles Heaton Ellis, who presented in 1834 .

    The liberty of Havering-atte-Bower THE LIBERTY OF HAVERING c. 1845

    manors. 11 By 1274-5 the lords of three of those subordinate manors, Bedfords (in Havering), Dovers, and Suttons (both in Hornchurch ), were claiming the view of frankpledge; Bedfords and Suttons also claimed the assize of bread and ale. 12

    Havering-atte-Bower Economic history and local government

    transformed into a region of intensive and scientific farming, by the enterprise of men like John Heaton (d. 1818) of Bedfords , James Ellis (d. 1845) of Havering Park farm, and Collinson Hall of Bower farm. 37 Heaton was prominent

    Parishes Popham

    . It was acquired by Richard Woodhouse and John Griffith , who were perhaps agents in the sale to the Bedfords . Feet. of F. Hants , Mich. 6 Ceo. III. Ibid. Hil. 31 Geo. III.; Recov. R. Hil .

  • * British History Online *

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    Journal of the House of Commons, February 1598, 01 February 1598-09 February 1598

    this House and sent up to their Lordships Intituled An Act for the establishing of the Lands given by John Bedfords Will to the perpetual repair and Amendments of the Highways at Aylesbury in the County of Buckingham according to

    Cecil Papers, October 1609, 01 October 1609-31 October 1609

    he planned to send to Salisbury by a fellow prisoner, John Bedford, now of Limehouse. "And having provided fyles for Bedfords cheines that hee might escape by swymminge, but Bedford not daringe to stand to his first resolution, they weare

    Roger Whitley's Diary, August 1689, 01 August 1689-31 August 1689

    went before 8, dranck a pinte of shery (in the coach) at Newport; stayd an houer & dined at Lord Bedfords Armes by the Sandhills; lay all night at the Crowne at Dunstable; Mainwaring & Bradshaw came to us from


    purchaser 22 . The present proprietor is William Perkins, Esq. Manors of Bedfords and Earles, otherwise Nearles . Sir Thomas Coke died seised of the manors of Bedfords and Earles, otherwise Nearles, (in Harolds-wood ward,) in 1478 23 . From

    The Citie of Westminster

    to Bethlem. From thence is now a continuall new building of diuers fayre houses, euen vp to the Earle of Bedfords house lately builded nigh to Iuy Bridge, and so on the north side to a lane that turneth to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydynm yn barod i ddadleu mai pendefigaeth 3 Ryddfrydol Prydain sydd wedi diogelu presenol c a dyfodol eu hurdd. Emin Bedfords, a'n Caven- f dishes, a'n Rupells, aen Granvifles yw yr halen p sydd wedi cadw ein pendefigaeth rhag cyfarfod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    scorn, and did not, by any means, hesitate to say so upon occasion. Now they hold our creed themselves. The Bedfords, the Greys, the Hollands, are now Reformers-ILord John Russell and Mr. Lambton are alternate in their motions for Reform. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to boot in the last resort. They see, however, with pleasure, that there are such "lucky acci- dents" as Norfolks, Bedfords, Wellingtons, Kings, Hollands, &ct in tee most Noble House, but they observe also a larger supply of New- castles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, AprJ 11. OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, APRIL 10. Royal Artillery-Capt. and Brevet.ilajor T'. Granthanm to be Lieut.-Col. vice H. Blacbley retired on; Second Capt. '1'. C. Robe to be Capt. vice Grantham; First Lieut. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    best families of the aristocracy, the largest and most wealthy' landowners. with them-the Fitz- williams, the Spencers, the Ducies, the Bedfords, the Radnors. and toe Grosvenors. (Cheers ) Yes, they bad, and would have, the nest of all classes with Subscribers-only content

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