skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: Biddlesden, Resource: Victoria County History

Showing 1 resource containing 24 matches.

  • * Victoria County History *

    24 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. Displaying 1 to 20 View more View all

    Parishes Biddlesden

    Parishes BiddlesdenBIDDLESDEN Betesdene, Bechesdene (xi cent.); Bethlesdene, Betlesden (xii cent.). The area of Biddlesden parish, which was formerly 1,630 acres, 1 increased to 2,052 acres between 1871 and 1881 , 2 probably under the Divided Parishes Acts of 1876

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Biddlesden

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Biddlesden HOUSES OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 8. THE ABBEY OF BIDDLESDEN The Cistercian abbey of Biddlesden was founded in the year 1147 1 by Arnold de Bois (or de Bosco), steward to the Earl

    Asthall Local government

    Bampton hundred court to his own court of North Osney . 1 Earl Edmund freed the abbot and convent of Biddlesden from suit in 1275 , 2 but otherwise retained view of frankpledge with his overlordship in 1279 , 3

    Alien houses The priories of Weedon Beck and Weedon Pinkney ( Weedon Lois )

    priory to Biddlesden in 1378 , the transfer was not legally executed until fourteen years later. By deed dated 30 May, 1392 , the abbot and convent of St. Lucien conveyed to the abbot and convent of Biddlesden at perpetual

    Parishes Luffield Abbey

    in Luffield, the chapel of St. Thomas the Martyr in Lillingstone Dayrell and the chapel of St. Nicholas in Evershaw, Biddlesden . 12 At the Dissolution Luffield became Crown property, and as such was attached to the honour of Grafton

    Buckingham hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Buckingham

    Addington ; Adstock ; Akeley ; Barton Hartshorn ; Beachampton ; Biddlesden ; Caversfield 1 Chetwode ; Edgcott ; Foscott; Hillesden ; Leckhampstead ; Lillingstone Dayrell ; Lillingstone Lovell ; 2 Luffield Abbey ; Maids' Moreton ; Marsh Gibbon ;

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    dated 1133. Nutley Abbey , of the same order, was probably founded about the same time, the Cistercian abbey of Biddlesden in 1147 , five small Benedictine priories-at Luffield, Bradwell , Ankerwick, Ivinghoe and Little Marlow -and the Premonstratensian abbey

    Parishes Stowe

    grants to Biddlesden Abbey , and it appears from the cartulary of that abbey that a family called Leigh succeeded Hamard, 66 while another family calling themselves Dadford succeeded Hugh son of Gozer. 67 The grants to Biddlesden of land

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Luffield

    of Thornborough . 27 In 1346 he held the same portion of Thornborough , and shared with the abbot of Biddlesden one eighth of a knight's fee in Evershaw. 28 The value of the house, as stated in the bull

    Parishes Battlesden

    Giffard by Henry I in 1135 and later by Henry II in 1155 ), which has hitherto been identified with Biddlesden in Buckinghamshire ( Cal. Doc. France , 74, 77), is really Battlesden . Ibid. Harl. MS. 111, G 50.

    Parishes Barton Hartshorn

    was certainly lord here before 1198, at which time, and later, his son John confirmed vari ous grants made to Biddlesden Monastery by the father. 13 Henry son of Ivo de Barton succeeded his brother and held land here in

    Parishes Westbury

    a large detached portion, amounting to 1,148 acres, separated from it by Shalstone and Biddlesden . The part round the church covers 1,381 acres, of which 654 are arable, 588 permanent grass, and 20 woods and plantations, 1 Westbury Wild

    Parishes Cottisford

    virgates to Biddlesden Abbey (Bucks.), 95 and in 1232 leased another virgate to Bec. 96 In 1237 St. Pierre granted Biddlesden William's whole estate, with his homage and service. 97 William 's son Ralph had succeeded him as Biddlesden 's

    Parishes Maids Moreton

    Manor , to which it was said to belong. 91 Lands in Moreton were also held by the abbey of Biddlesden , 92 the convent of Elstow , 93 and the hospital of St. John of Buckingham . 94 Lewin

    Parishes Thornborough

    in the chapel of St. Giles of Littlecote , 63 Stewkley . Biddlesden Abbey . Argent two bars with a quarter gules . In 1279 the holding of Biddlesden Abbey amounted to 6 hides and 1 virgate 64 ; its

    Parishes Wolverton

    granted half a virgate in Wolverton to Biddlesden Abbey . 135 An acre of meadow was given to the same house by William Visdelou. 136 No possessions here appeared among the lands of Biddlesden at the Dissolution. The Prior of

    Ploughley hundred PLOUGHLEY HUNDRED

    hundred to the monks of Biddlesden (Bucks.) is the earliest indication that Boycott was in Ploughley: 30 it had originally been given to Cirencester Abbey by Henry I , but was later given t o Biddlesden Abbey . 31 Caversfield

    Asthall Manors and other estates 17. Asthall Manor from the west, showing hall range, cross wings, and stair tower

    Leigh Manor An estate at Asthall Leigh , a reputed manor from the 14th century, 104 originated in grants to Biddlesden abbey (Bucks.) of lands held by Reynold of St Valery in the early 13th century. 105 Reynold granted parcels

    Asthall Economic history 18. Asthall parish c . 1810, showing approximate location of open fields ( subdivisions omitted ) 19. Worsham Mill from the south-east, showing ranges of c. 1830 (centre) and 1902 (right)

    of Asthall mill and Worsham mill. Between 1205 and 1219 the latter was granted by Thomas of St Valery to Biddlesden abbey, 197 which may have built more mills at the site: in 1272 it sold several with its Asthall

    Index A - Z

    Hunt , 215 Berriere , fam., 162 Bicester , 40, 206 bicycles : agent, 137, 161 dealers, 29 manuf., 64 Biddlesden abbey (Bucks.), 52, 63, 72 Binfield ( Berks .), 31, 129, Birch , Sam., 34 Birmingham , 51 Bishop

Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item

Donations

As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.