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You searched for: Place: Bendish, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Hitchin Introduction and map

    manor of Almshoe. The Domesday Survey also places within the hundred Westoning ( Bedfordshire ), Welei, Wilei, Flesmere, Hexton and Bendish , a hamlet in St. Paul's Walden . 4 Though Westoning was attached by its tenure to this hundred,

    Parishes Crux Easton

    time an inquisition, taken in 1429 to ascertain the next heir of Robert Avenel, shows that Edmund Bendish , son of Thomas Bendish and Alice his wife, daughter and co-heir of Thomas and Isabel Bradfield , was also pressing his

    Parishes Shelton

    by will dated 11 February 1612 to his cousin William Bendish , vicar of Stanford , 51 who held it until his death in 1629 . 52 His son William Bendish alienated the manor in 1637 to Sir Paulet St.

    Bottisham Manors and other estates

    derived from that owned in the 14th century by the Bendish family. Thomas Bendish (fl. 1325-35 ), 12 who acquired 100 a. in 1329 , 13 was succeeded by John Bendish (fl. 1335-50 ), 14 whose 120 a. were settled

    East Ham Churches

    to Francis's daughter Mary, wife of Robert Bendish , to her son Heigham Bendish (d. 1723) and his son Heigham Bendish (d. 1746). 10 Frances (d. 1798), widow of the younger Heigham Bendish and later wife of Dr. Richard Wilkes

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of that gene- Tation. The book ends, as it should, with mention of a granddaughter of Oliver Cromwell's, Mrs Bridget Bendish. Travelling once in a coach with two strangers, she was angered by their disparaging conversation on the great Protector, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LITERARY EXTRACTS. When Foote heard of Sir Francis Blake Dslavel's death, the shock of losing so intimate a friend had such an effect oo his spirits tbat he burst into tears, retired to his room, and saw no company Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MICHAELMAS SALES,IB77 Messrs. FENN & Co. RESPECTFULLY invite the attention of their Friends and^ the Public to the following of their forthcoming AUCTIONS, so far as they are at present fixed. < 'atalogues or Particulars of each may be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAMB FARM, ST. OSYTH. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 6i OCTAVE PIANOFORTE, in Walnut Case, jAxl<l Kfffects. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Messrs. Fenn & Co., On Wednesday, October 3rd, 1877, at Twelve for One o'clock, upon the Premises, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appointed, with povfer to add to i their number;- The Lord Charles Townshend, Raynham Hall. Sir Hanson Berne.y, Bart., Barton "Bendish. .ir Thomas Hare, Bart., stow llall. Colonel Fitzroy. Sennowe Lodje, T. R. Buckworth, Esq., Clc.y Hall. William Boyvver Smvth, Subscribers-only content

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