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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Swavesey Local government

    weeks for his manor in 1279 ; its jurisdiction extended to Fen Drayton . 21 Court books for Hobbledods with Bennetts manor survive from 1711. Courts, concerned only with conveyancing, were held about every two or three years in the

    Swavesey Introduction

    croft and the presumed sites of the later Topleys and Bennetts manor houses. The northern half was apparently held mainly of the prior's manor and the southern half mainly of Bennetts manor. The plots along Station Road were probably laid

    Swavesey Economic history

    The Domesday sokeland had been reduced to 41/2 yardlands held of Swavesey manor by 8 tenants. The 71/2-yardland demesne of Bennetts manor may have represented the rest. The rectory manor had built up a demesne of 2 yardlands, while that

    West Twyford Manors

    his sister Margaret, wife of Edward Bennett , for life, with remainder to his two halfsisters, Henslow's daughters. 51 The Bennetts sold their interest to Henslow in 1689 and he, as trustee for his daughters, sold the manor in 1692

    Swavesey Manors and other estates

    Rawl. B. 275, f. 128. C.R.O., 305, Swavesey Hobbledods with Bennetts ct.bk. 1711-60 , pp. 1, 10, 13, 18 (uncat.). B.L . Add. Ch. 32986. C.R.O., 305, Swavesey Hobbledods with Bennetts ct.bks. (uncat.). Ibid. R 51/9/29 , f. 34; cf.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dangos pa fath rai oedd L ,Mr'. R. lwyd Thomas Thomas, D. Davies, E. ie, E. Jones, Hugh Jones, Richard. Bennetts, Thdsi Jaoies, ac amnryw frodyr ereill a gyd-deithiasantd',hwy yn drefnus 'bab. yn ddau a da '.' ar y Sabb'otha Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pork .3s 4d to 4s Id Pigs. 200 .. 40 FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. . Tuesday, August 14. BANKRUPTCY SPstssEDED.-J. Bennetts and N. Robins, Gunnislake, Cort- wall, granite-merchants. 9 BANKRUPTS. B. Clever, H~igh-st. Shadwel, victualler. [Child, Cannon-st. W. Wright, Southampton-row, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and R. K. Vorley, drysalters, Bread-st.-hill. C. Thomas, corn-factor, Bristol. 4 BANKRUPTS. J. Mossman, Maulden, Bedfordsh. sheep-dealer. (Williams, Hatton-garden. J. Bennetts and N. Robins, Gunnislake, Cornwall, granite-merchants. [Fox, Flinsbury Circus. 3. Ankrett, Walsall, Stahfordsh. grocer. (Norton and Chaplin, Gray's-inn. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. and T. Askew, Stamford, Lincolnshire, ironmongers-J. Ben- nett juOO and J. Hunt,jun. Northolt, Middlesex, brickmakers -C. and B. H. Bennetts, Worthing, Sussex, linen-draipers-J. Morris and C. Gray, Dixon's green, Dudley, Worcester,porter- brewers-C. B. Harman and W. H. Austin, Wine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    twelve-yard lengths, and each trill be sold for, the length - - - - - 9C Also d30 Pieces of Bennetts well--nowsn make, usually sold at2s. 6d. per yard, wsI be set down at 26 yards for - . 0 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BENNETT, Anthony.

    it is likely that he was the ‘Anthony Bennett, gent.’ admitted to Gray’s Inn on 8 Mar. 1593. There were Bennetts at Lawhitton, Cornwall, but no known Anthony among them. Men of the right name and of possible life dates

    BENNETT, John (1625-77), of Motcombe, Dorset.

    have been of much account before that date. Their name was originally Pyt, and they were not akin to the Bennetts of Norton Bavant, whose parliamentary history goes back at least to 1554. Bennett’s eldest brother was the first member

    BENETT, John (1773-1852), of Pythouse, Wilts. and 19 Albemarle Street, Mdx.

    res. 1837. Biography The Benetts of Norton Bavant, a long-established Wiltshire gentry family, were distantly related to the Benetts (or Bennetts) of Pythouse, a few of whom had sat in Parliament in the seventeenth century. Benett’s grandfather Thomas, of Norton


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