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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapleford Abbots Introduction

    owned 341 acres of which 124 acres ( Knolls Hill farm) were occupied by R. Rudd , 96 acres ( Blunts farm) by J. Stains , and 75 acres ( Olivers Farm) by H. Viney ; the rest was leased

    Spaxton Economic history

    south of Halsey Cross Farm where Mill meadow lay in 1838 . 32 Buttles mill mentioned in 1725 33 and Blunts mill recorded in 1766 34 cannot be identified but may be alternative names for other Spaxton mills. V.C.H. Som

    Spelthorne Hundred Littleton Wood of Littleton Beauchamp of Hacche Seymour

    of the 13th century. It was apparently held of them in 1528 . In 1166 Littleton was held of the Blunts by Robert de Littleton . 19 It apparently descended to Osbert de Littleton , who conveyed it in 1204

    Parishes Sawbridgeworth

    transoms. Adjoining the house is a very large and lofty thatched barn, probably erected during the 17th century. Blunts The manor of BLUNTS originated in a grant of lands to Robert Blunt of London made by Warin Fitz Gerold (for

    List of maps

    He sold it in 1757 to Philippa Clitherow and Sarah Blunt , wife of Samuel Blunt (d. 1799); 51 the Blunts later acquired the Clitherow moiety. Samuel Blunt 's grandson and heir Francis Scawen Blunt (d. 1842) was succeeded first

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth I: volume 165, June 1592, 01 June 1592-30 June 1592

    Brabazons and Blunts, and counted worth of yearly possessions 200 l . sterling. By this link: The Archbishop has fastened assurance, what between both his sons-in-law, the aforesaid George Cowley and the same Henry Warren, the Brabazons and Blunts of Subscribers-only content

    Roger Whitley's Diary, November 1690, 01 November 1690-30 November 1690

    to us; we parted at 10. 30. Sonday, dined at home, Mainwaring & Bidolph with us; went in the evening to the club; there was Maxwell, Cooper, Harris, 2 Blunts, Every, Chase, & c. Mainwaring, & c. parted at 10.

    Index, B, 01 July 1585-30 September 1586

    Poley recommended by, 273; to be recalled from Holland, 275; 287; 299; 345; with Leicester, 550. Gabriel: See Green, William. Blunts , the: 14. Bodley , : 114. Mr: 453. Bogge , : an archer of the guard of James Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    279. Bliss, Humphry, 152. , Thomas, 152. Blomefield , 427, 432. Blouet , 359, 408, 556. Blunt , Michael, 214. Blunts , the, 535. Blyke , see Bleeke. Bodenham , Jonas, 464. Boggott , Edmund, 168. Bold , Rd., see Subscribers-only content

    Castle Baynard warde

    streete, is one other great house builded of stone, which belongeth to Powles church, and was sometime letten to the Blunts Lordes Mountioy , but of latter time to a colledge in Cambridge, and from them to the Doctors of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, 12th February at Seven precisely. The various phenomena of the Heavens will be spleudidl; illustrated.-Particnlars in Bills, at Mr. Blunts, OCrnhill (where Tickets may be had) and at all the Opticians. Front seats, -2s. 6d.; Back, is. 6d. THE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hundred and Sixtee n Its. Columns of Literacy and Scientific Informatien, comprising Reviews, svith choice Extracts from Lady Bulaver's ' Blunts Cappello ' Blorrosw's ' Bibale in Spain'-Macauloy's 'Lays of Ancient Rome'-Ranks'a ' Europe in the 16th and 17th Centries Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Bishop's long judgment we find two paragraphs so characteristic that we must pre- sent them to our readers. Mr Blunts doings it seems at- iracted attention, as well they might, far beyond the limits of Helston. A clergyman residing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Lucknow Native corps. Another co- lumn, consisting of two battalions of the Rifle Brigade, the 38th Foot, Bouchier's Battery, Blunts Horse Artillery, 1st iPunjaub Cavalry, and 9th Lancers, proceeded, under the command of Brigadier Walpole, towards Etawah on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Leavenworth, aid St Louis, of the 9th inst., announce the capture by the Confederates of the whole of General Blunts staff and body-guard, and the entire Federal command sta- tioned at Baxter Springs, in Kansas. It was considered highly Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 February 1819, 15 February 1819

    That Leave be given to bring in a Bill according to the Prayer of the said Petition. Bill pre¬ sented. Blunts Peti¬ tion referred to judges. Leeds & Harrogate Roads Bill. Accordingly, The Earl of Shaftesbury presented to the House Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1819, 7 May 1819

    342 T Man. Blunts' Peti¬ tion for a Bill, The Duke of Wellington sworn on. Roman Ca- tholieClaims, Petitions against : (Glasgow :) Mayor, &c. of Beverley. " No. 23. An Account of the Prime Cost of all "'' Subscribers-only content

    24 May 1819, 24 May 1819

    the Bar, on the first vacant Day for Causes after those already appointed. Upon reading the Petition of Francis Scawen Blunts Pe- Blunt of Crabbett, in the County of Sussex, Esquire, tiiion to re- and of Henry Blunt of Chelsea, Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1819, 25 May 1819

    at the same Place; and to adjourn as they please. Hodie 2» vice lecta est Billa, intituled, " An Act Blunts Bill- " for vesting the Manor of Oram, and certain Mes- " suages, Lands, Tenements, Rents, and Heredita- " Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1819, 14 June 1819

    14° Juiiii. Blunts Bill. Dawaon's Bill. Bp. Norwich & Lord Suf- field's Ex¬ change Bill, Standing Order No.94. dispensed with, & Bill committed. " the Heir in Possession,) who was stated to be " at Vienna ; and that the Subscribers-only content

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