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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Beeston

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Beeston 22. THE PRIORY OF BEESTON 1 The priory of Austin Canons at Beeston-onthe-Sea , dedicated to the honour of St. Mary , was founded by Margery de Cressy about the end of

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Peterstone

    From a return made 2 Henry IV of the appropriated churches of the diocese, we find that the church of Beeston was appropriated to this priory in the year 1200, and the church of West Lexham in 1229 . 2

    Parishes Northill

    and 1 hide. 101 Norman 's land, which he had occupied before the Conquest, became known later as BEESTON MANOR or BEESTON , THORNCOTE and HATCH . This land escheated to the Crown on the death of Eudo and became

    The hundred of Wixamtree Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of WIXAMTREE.

    Rowney and Shefford Hardwick were included under Southill , Stanford and Broom and the hamlets of Northill under Northill and Beeston . 2 Wixamtree was a royal hundred which appears to have remained in the possession of the Crown, with

    Parishes Sandy with Girtford

    grass, and 552 woods and plantations. 1 It includes, besides the village of Sandy itself, the hamlets of Girtford and Beeston , the latter of which is in Wixamtree Hundred. Sandy has a station on the main line of the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BEESTON, Sir George (c.1520-1601), of Beeston, Cheshire.

    BEESTON, Sir George (c.1520-1601), of Beeston, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Cheshire 1589 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. by 1547-at least 1589; ranger of Delamere forest, Cheshire 1562; j.p. Cheshire from c.1573, j.p.q. Chester by 1594. Biography According to Ormerod, this Member’s memorial

    BEESTON, Hugh (c.1547-1626), of Denbighshire and Beeston, Cheshire.

    Cecil: the two men were close friends, and in 1598 Beeston offered to accompany him to France. Beeston was also the ‘ancient and loving friend’ of Michael Hickes. Either Beeston or his brother served as treasurer of the Islands voyage

    LLOYD, Richard (c.1661-1714), of Westminster, Mdx.

    destruction of all government’. Lloyd had more success with the next governor, Sir William Beeston, who requested that Lloyd be appointed to the council, and under Beeston he rose to become chief justice of the island. Lloyd’s military rank dates

    CALVERLEY, Hugh (c.1578-1606), of Lea, Cheshire.

    almost nothing is known of him, including how he came to be returned to Parliament for Liverpool. He died at Beeston, Cheshire 20 Sept. 1606 and was buried in Bunbury church.Al. Ox. i. 231; Ormerod, Cheshire, ii. 709; Lancs. and

    LONG, Samuel (1746-1807), of Carshalton Park, Surr.

    as an opponent. He was left without a seat in 1796 and did not seek re-election. On 7 June 1797 he and his brother Beeston were among the City merchants who condemned the navaly mutiny.[footnote] He died 19 Oct. 1807.[footnote]

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