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    Parishes Bierton

    Parishes BiertonBIERTON (WITH BROUGHTON ) Burton (xiii cent.); Beerton (xv cent.). Bierton parish lies in the Vale of Aylesbury , to the north-east of Aylesbury parish. It contains 2, 4761/2 acres, 1 which are mainly laid down in permanent Victoria County History

    Parishes Buckland

    In 1294 the vicarage of Bierton with the chapels of Stoke Mandeville , Buckland , and Quarrendon was ordained, 75 but in 1858 the chapels of Buckland and Stoke Mandeville 76 were separated from Bierton and formed into separate benefices. Victoria County History

    Parishes Quarrendon

    Quarrendon within the forest bounds. 75 Advowson Most of the particulars relating to Quarrendon Church have been already given under Bierton , to which it was an appendant chapel in 1535 . 76 It was included in the list for Victoria County History

    Parishes Stoke Mandeville

    of Bierton , Buckland , and Quarrendon . 130 In 1266 131 the four chapels were granted by the Bishop of Lincoln to the Dean and Chapter of Lincoln , and in 1294 132 a vicarage was instituted of Bierton Victoria County History

    Parishes Steeple Claydon

    wife Elizabeth 20 Countess of Ulster. This manor must therefore have reverted to the Earls of Ulster and descended with Bierton and Hulcott 21 (q.v.). In 1516 it was leased to John Giffard for sixty-one years, and this lease was Victoria County History

    The borough of Wendover

    consists of a farm containing 64 acres at Burcott , in the parish of Bierton , producing £160 yearly. The beneficial area comprises the parishes of Bierton , Buckland , Marsworth Oving , Thornborough and Wendover . Wendover is entitled Victoria County History

    The three hundreds of Aylesbury Introduction Index Map to the Three Hundreds of Aylesbury Stone Risborough And Aylesbury

    Hampden, Great; Hampden, Little; Hartwell ; Kimble, Great; Kimble, Little; Stone Aylesbury hundred Containing the Parishes of Aston Clinton ; Bierton with Broughton ; Buckland ; Ellesborough ; Halton ; Hulcott ; Lee ; Missenden, Great; Missenden, Little; Stoke Mandeville Victoria County History

    Parishes Hulcott

    the same line, 2 miles away. An Act of Parliament was obtained for the inclosure of the two parishes of Bierton and Hulcott , and the award was given on 15 July 1780 . 5 The village stands round a Victoria County History

    The borough of Aylesbury Introduction and borough

    , was removed to a better site on the Bierton Road . 25 The Midsummer assizes were again transferred to Aylesbury in 1849 . 26 The gaol on t he Bierton Road was converted into a female convict prison in Victoria County History

    Parishes Oving

    applied towards the upkeep of the parish clock. For the charity of William Hill , founded by will 1723, see Bierton . 110 The annual sum of £1 received from the trustees is distributed among the poor, and one overcoat Victoria County History

    The borough of Aylesbury Manors, churches and charities

    Aylesbury Manor has been traced under the borough (q.v.). The Manor House on Bierton Road , now occupied by Mr. Lee Stewart , was built by Mr. Acton Tindal . The 13th-century house 1 had probably disappeared before the time Victoria County History

    Parishes Thornborough

    a poor man, and 20 s . for poor attending the sacrament, the annuities being charged upon an estate in Bierton and Hulcott . The annual sum of £2 is usually distributed among five aged poor. The poor's allotment, acquired Victoria County History

    Parishes Whaddon with Nash

    , one of the sisters and co-heirs of Richard Fitz John . 49 The manor henceforward descended with that of Bierton and Hulcott 50 until 1616, when James I granted Whaddon in fee to Sir George Villiers , 51 who Victoria County History

    Parishes Ellesborough

    Hen. III; Add. Chart. B.M. no. 7383. Exch. Inq. p.m. bdle. 25, no. 12. See manor of Stonors Croft in Bierton . Recov. R. Trin. 21 Hen. VIII. Feet of F. Bucks . Trin. 1 Mary . Ibid. Mich. 38 Victoria County History

    Parishes Newport Pagnell

    be identified with Bedgrave in Weston Turville ; the lost Caldecote was probably in that parish or in the adjoining Bierton (Ibid. 22 Edw. I , no.4; 19 Edw. II , no. 19; Chan. Inq. p.m. 28 Edw. III [1st Victoria County History

    The hundred of Burnham Amersham

    and Idonea de Leyburn was acquired by Richard de Burgh Earl of Ulster 168 and descended with his manors of Bierton and Hulcott 169 (q.v.), being last mentioned in 1511 , when it was settled on Henry VIII . 170 Victoria County History

    Public Education Schools

    for B sch.( 28 ) N.o.b. 1961: 450 B, 440 G.( 27 ) BIERTON ROAD SCHOOLS. See Bierton Cty. Primary Sch., Bierton Boys' Cty. Modern Sch. and Bierton Girls' Cty. Modern Sch. BILLESLEY COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL, Trittiford Road.( 27 ) Victoria County History

    GORDON, John (1794-1843).

    1818 41820 Ofifces Held Vicar of Bierton with Buckland, Bucks. 1825-34; rector of St. Antholin’s, Watling Street 1827-35; preb. Easton in Gordano, Wilts. 1834-d.; vicar of Edwinstowe, Notts. 1835-d. Biography Gordon’s grandfather was precentor and his father dean of Lincoln History of Parliament

    SEYMOUR, Sir Henry (by 1503-78), of Marwell, Hants.

    Hampstead Marshall, Berks. 1536-d., Romsey, Hants by 1546-d., steward, manors of Bierton with Broughton, Whaddon and Wendover, Bucks. 1536-d., Wyrardisbury, Bucks. and Kings Langley, Herts. 1536-39; gen.-receiver, manors of Bierton with Broughton, Claydon, Swanbourne, Wendover and Whaddon, Bucks., Berkhampstead, Herts. History of Parliament

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