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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Gilbertine canons New Bigging priory, Hitchin

    House of Gilbertine canons New Bigging priory, Hitchin HOUSE OF GILBERTINE CANONS 12. NEW BIGGING PRIORY, HITCHIN The priory of St. Saviour, New Bigging , Hitchin , 1 was founded by Sir Edward de Kendale, kt., at the end of

    Parishes Grandborough

    was made for a mill, or is a tumulus adapted to such a use, can only be settled by excavation. Bigging Farm, taking its name from the manor, was standing near the bridge joining the Grandborough and Winslow fields as

    Hospitals St Mary Bigging , Anstey

    Hospitals St Mary Bigging , Anstey HOSPITALS 21. HOSPITAL OF ST . MARY BIGGING, ANSTEY It is not known when or by whom 1 the hospital of St. Mary Bigging or of the Bigging in the parish of Anstey was

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Stoke

    both as Stoke Fields and Bigging Field. The name Bigging was used less and less after 1410-11 , but was not entirely forgotten. It is possible that even at that date the references to Bigging in the rental were made

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Pinley , Shortley, and Whitley

    Street and Far Gosford Street , and Gosford Green . It was bounded on the east by Stoke parish and Bigging manor, and on the west roughly by London Road . On the south it was divided from Pinley by

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1586, Jul-Sept

    consideratiouns moving thame, but specially for augmentatioun of thair commoun rent, owtredding of the townis detts, making of pollicie and bigging of commoun warks, hes thocht expedient to sett in few to the burgessis of this burgh, thair aires and

    Mitcham

    descent. In 1291 this manor was valued at 20 s. per annum 19 . Manor of Bigging and Tamworth . The manor of Bigging a nd Tamworth belonged to Merton Abbey, and was granted by Henry VIII. after the suppression

    Extracts from the Records, 1584, Oct-Dec

    toun wall and Robert Watsouns yaird heid, and to mend the wall heids that boyes rin nocht alangs the sam. Bigging of the Nether Bow. In consideratioun of the present estaitt of thair Nether Bow and apperant decay thairof, votes,

    General Index, B, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Bickley , John Biddle , Hester Biddulph , Anthony Bidot , William Biesieh , Catharine Bigg , Captain Christopher Huntley Bigging , manor of Biggs , Mrs. Eleanor Bigham , William Bijl , Wolfert Bilboa Bill , John Billingscield , Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 2 November 1652, 02 November 1652-02 November 1652

    With the Noes , So it passed with the Negative. Resolved , That the Name of Edward Hardcastle , of Bigging , Gentleman, be inserted into this Bill. Resolved , That the Name of George Ramsworth , of be inserted

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COCK, John II (by 1506-57), of London and Broxbourne, Herts.

    in Shropshire, Yorkshire and three other counties; in August 1544 a further £298 for the site and lands of New Bigging priory, Hitchin, and property outside Hertfordshire which he later resold; and £478 for further Hertfordshire land and £405 for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6ummer Lrine. :--7 .3 iXSDRESSERS.l Wonted yerisg Mass, to S~ere i'Tae Frn; Baloe Youth or Girl, 'used to bllileg soul Bigging AfachIarO-, ,i. and N1', PureerjPalmar Street, Groat Barr Streeo . _ _ ff .ASIO N 6 Mas,10Tate Chre fSopfr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was originally built for the Govern- ment, and is Copper Fastened. The materialscon- sist of Spars, Sails, Standing and Running Bigging, Anchors and Chains, Hawsers, and a variety of Stores nearly all of superior quality. Algo, at the same time Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (1S); Goodison v. Goodi-on (55); MrHee v. Devlin (S5); Wilson v. Wilson (57). VICES-HANOELLOR. Smyth v. Smyth (6); OdIrnu v. Bigging (7); Fuller v. Fairtloagh (8); Buchanan v. Fenton (lit; Irish Land COen- .ti~sion v. Chetwode (10); Collis v. Stovenson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    N S DUBLLN DIsTRaTr. -Trin-At: Long. LucanJ S MDande; WAmTERFOR DWRsraCi.-Kilkenny-J 'Saul I Bevi es. CoRI DISTRICT.-YougllsI-R Beauchamp_ Fermoy- J Bigging. Berehcaven lMines- MT Burnside. Trale-T. Moran. IJillaney--J Nasb. LlsanaINg DmsTracr.-tall inasloo-J lWalkm. Nenegl, &c.-R Bell. IEilrush, &a.-:-C, TIKa: Ga Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6oe tio 1i&hard Paul J odrell, Efq. within the Ma- nor& of Belper, Pufftiq, Matcenpy, -itarewood Windley, Turnditch, Mugginitn, Holland, Bigging, Iderich 'y, and Wirk(worth, with the Members thcre of, in the coutity of Detby, will he held at the Subscribers-only content

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