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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Essendon

    court was paid to the manor of Essendon for the manors of Bedwell and Bedwell Lowthes, 38 but in 1652 it was asserted that the tenants of Bedwell were in the jurisdiction of the sheriff's tourn and of no other

    Schools Tottenham Grammar School

    in 1456 by John Drayton , a London goldsmith, still await proof. 61 William Bedwell , Vicar of Tottenham and historian of the parish, 62 writing in 1631 mentioned an ancient endowment reputed to have been given for the maintenance

    Tottenham Growth before 1850

    turn French', signifying something that could not possibly happen, was quoted by many local historians from the time of William Bedwell but used as early as 1536 by Thomas Howard , duke of Norfolk , when assuring Thomas Cromwell of

    Parishes Little Berkhampstead

    manor had passed, probably by sale, to John Norbury , 28 who had already in 1388 acquired the manor of Bedwell with lands and tenements in Little Berkhampstead, 29 and who in 1406 received a grant of free warren and

    Parishes Farmington

    the same year to Thomas Bedwell , who also received a smaller freehold under the inclosure, and part to John Grayhurst of Cirencester . 164 Most of the Bedwell family's land at Farmington , comprising Bedwell farm southwest of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PORTHMADOG. Cyfarfod Cystadleuol.-Bron nad yw cyfarfod cystadleuol y Tabernacl wedi cyraedd safle eis- teddfod bellach, gan y cymer y rhaglen flyn- yddol ddwy noson faith i fyned drwyddi. Nos Lun, Rhagfyr 26ain, cynhaliwyd y cyntaf, o ddau gyfarfod y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - &<5 01 tbrd Selsey ena- - 0 0 e Thumas aStav-ley, Esq. S5S 0 Capt. B-.BacUkbouse -5 0 Thomas Bedwell Ssq. 10 10 0 Viscouet Granville - I10 0 0 H. D. Scott, EsH. - 5 5 0 Earl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    347. . Rawlins v. Marsh, for crim. con., 347. -Trial of J. Bragg, for murder, 348. .Trial of Aitkin v. Bedwell, for assault, 363.. D'Egville v. The Age newspaper, for libel, 364 ..Trial of Dunshine for an assault upon a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the British Embassy in Paris, by the Rev. the Bisho? of Luscombe, Percival, se- cond son of Francis Benjanin Bedwell, Esq., to Emily Anna, only daughter of the late Isaac Blackburn, Esq. At Ilfracombe, John Somers Down, M.D., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    House of Correction, and the jury express their unani. mous disapprobation of the conduct of the governor, Townsend, the surgeon, Bedwell, and the under-turnkey, Harding."-A memorial to the Secretary of State, pray. ing him to cause an investigation into the Subscribers-only content


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