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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Falmer

    This estate became part of the prior's manor of Falmer . The manor of BEVINGDEAN or BEVENDEAN [Bevedene (xi cent.); Bevenden (xiii cent.); Bevynden (xiv, xv cents.) ] was held in the time of the Confessor by Azor, and was

  • * British History Online *

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    Charitable accounts of the Haberdashers' Company

    9 " loans from the Haberdashers' Company, to provide for the Buttesland Farm expenses 2,700 0 0 " Do. do. Bevenden Farm expenses 549 7 9 13,239 13 3 Payments . s . d . By pensioners 1,570 0 0

    Henry VIII, April 1527, 21-30, 01 April 1527-30 April 1527

    lord Berners; viz., Tho. Agard, of Grantham, merchant of the s taple Geo. Whelpeley, of London, haberdasher Edw. Bechyng, of Bevenden, Kent, clothman Barth. Canne, of Buknam, Norf., butcher Steph. Bothwinsell, of Norwich John Fletcher, of Southampton, merchant Tho. Davy,

    Report on the Charities of the Haberdashers' Company, Part I

    12 to 18, and 23 and 24, Bevenden Street No. 27, Bevendon Street S. Harrington Do. 4 0 0 " 28, East Street Road J. Hemming Do. 7 0 0 " 9, Bevenden Street W. Shelton Do. 5 0 0

    Index, B, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    4443. Bettwne . See Bethune. Betylcombe , Wm., p. 2692. Beukes , the, Border family, 4336. Bevall . See Beauvale. Bevenden , Kent, g. 3087 (und.) Beverley , Yorksh., g. 1610 (11), g. 1676 (14), 1942 (1, 3, 4), 2001,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    health. Prices of the arusbas, 10s. and ls. each; of theComobs, Be., Ueod., and l0s. eseh. Of all PerftumersandChsramst.-Wholesale, B. Bevenden and Sons, 6 Great Marlboroush Stree, W.; asd 98 and 06, City Boad. B.O.. Condomz. 62 For Waterproof Cloaks, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mansion House Police Court, London, on Satarday. Charles Williams (52), of 77, Bevenden k3treet, H1oxton, painter, and Lambert Heather (23), of 36, Citron Road, Camber wel, carman, were charged with disorderly conduct in Mansion House Street. by assault- ing foot-pa~'sengers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .7Vsf Day, in ocr Rooms, East.-parade. TvwentY-fourth Monthly Cloth ~S~,ls. O VER FIVE HUNDRED iend SEVENTY ENDS " aid PIECES of CLOTH and STuFF~ 0001)5, together with oooreedy-mader OLOTH11INO, and a CLOTH MEASURING MACHINE, as previossly pairticulani-osd. £'alalo11cs incavb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    head; two lengths divided eecond and thIrd, Kempton Stakes-Wallsand, lj Ursula, 2; Slumber, e a the . Three ran. her, Bevenden Stahes-Sembome. 1; Moatlande, 2; Galba, I Be S. Four ran. aome 0QROVBE SETTING. E TaE ST. InEGR.l Lt t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    50 to W. F. Karkeek, of Truro, for report upon the farming of Cornwall ; 50 to G. Birkland, of Bevenden, for report upon the farming of Ke t; 20 to John Watson, jun., of Kendall, for his essay upon Subscribers-only content

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