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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    A large part lay within the liberty of Brickendon , also belonging to the abbey of Waltham . 4 Brickendon Bury, the capital messuage of the manor of Brickendon , lies within Brickendon Rural. It stands on the summit of

    The hundred of Hertford Introduction and map

    OF Parts of ALL SAINTS and ST. JOHN'S ESSENDON HERTFORD, including the liberties of HERTINGFORDBURY Brickendon and Little Amwell ST. ANDREW RURAL GREAT AMWELL STANSTEAD ST. MARGARET'S BAYFORD STAPLEFORD BENGEO TEWIN LITTLE BERKHAMPSTEAD WORMLEY BROXBOURNE with HODDESDON CHESHUNT ST. MARY

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    of the chapel of Roxford to Herman de Brickendon , 85 who in 1330 settled them on his son and daughter-in-law, Philip and Hawise. 86 The immediate successors of Philip de Brickendon are not known, 87 but in the following

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    and All Saints with Brickendon Holy Cross . 44 For lay taxation, however, Brickendon and Blakemere (afterwards Panshanger ) were assessed separately from the borough. 45 The estate of Waltham Abbey , the 'Liberty of Brickendon ,' 46 had belonged

    Parishes St. Andrew Rural

    in 1349 24 and 1352. 25 Later the manor appears to have passed to Felicia de Brickendon . 26 Felicia's husband was Herman de Brickendon , and he had a son Philip (see Roxford ), but whether Panshanger was held

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, F

    (?) 1000, 14. Finch (Ffynch), Sir Thomas, of Heneage House, London and Eastwell, co. Kent, 167. Finch (Ffinche), Thomas, of Brickendon, co. Herts, in arrears with contribution towards defence of King of Bohemia, 126. Finch (Fynch) Mr [? Thomas Finch,

    General Index, B, 01 January 1663-31 August 1664

    , Hannah petition of Thos. letter of petitions of Brian , Lord, see O'Brien Brian , Dr. J., letter of Brickendon , Wm., letter of Brickesworth prebend Brickhill Brickwood , Owen, petition of Bridekirk , letters dated from Bridewell Hospital Subscribers-only content

    Charles II - volume 75, June 1663, 01 June 1663-30 June 1663

    that it was better in Oliver's time, for then one might keep his own. June 10. Pembroke College. 45. Willm. Brickendon to [Williamson ] . Is related to Sec. Bennet. Begs interest to obtain some sinecure or such like thing Subscribers-only content

    General Index, B, 01 November 1673-28 February 1675

    judgments obtained against Brewster , , Nonconformist meeting at house of, near Wrentham Brian , Capt., appointment in place of Brickendon , John, petition of Bridekirk , Runic characters on baptistery at Brideoke , Dr. Ralph, Dean of Salisbury, letter Subscribers-only content

    Index, B

    nominated M.P. for Old Sarum, 135. Brewer , Mr, of Amsterdam, letter found in Sir Edwin Sandys's possession from, 156. Brickendon (Brickendyne), co. Herts, money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 125. 126. Bridell , Mr.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, Sir Thomas (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts.

    Thomas (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertford 1705 1710 Hertford 24 May 1715 1722 Hertford 22 Jan. 1723 1741 Biography Clarke, a lawyer, was the son of a London merchant who bought an estate three miles from Hertford. Soon

    CLARKE, Thomas (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts.

    (c.1672-1754), of Brickendon, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertford 1705 1710 Hertford 24 May 1715 1722 Hertford 22 Jan. 1723 1741 Ofifces Held Freeman, Hertford 1704; commr. charitable uses, Hertford 1708. Biography Clarke’s father was elected sheriff of London in 1690, when

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 May 1800, 2 May 1800

    Open and Common Fields, " and Wafte Lands, within the Parifh of St. John, " Hertford, and the Liberty of Brickendon, in the Pa- •e riih of All Saints, Hertford, in the County of Hert- " ford ;" to which Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1800, 2 May 1800

    certain Open and Hertford, &c: " Common Fields, and Wafte Lands, within the Parifh ^"clofure " of St. John Hertford, and the Liberty of Brickendon, " in the Parifh of All Saints Hertford, in the County of " Hertford." Ordereo, Subscribers-only content

    19 May 1800, 19 May 1800

    encloiing, certain Upen and Common rields, and Wafte Lands, within the Parifh of St. John, Hertford, and the Liberty of Brickendon, in the Parifli of All Saints Hertford,in the County of Hertford, was pleafed to confent, (as far as His Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1800, 23 May 1800

    Hert£>rd,&c, " Common Fields, and Wafte Lands, within the Parifh ^"c*ofure " of St. John, Hertford, and the Liberty of Brickendon. " in the Parifh of All Saints, Hertford, in the County of " Hertford." The Queftion was put, " Subscribers-only content

    30 May 1800, 30 May 1800

    30. certain Open and Common Fields, and Wafte Lands^ within the Parifh of Saint John Hertford, and the Liberty of Brickendon, in the Parifh of All Saints Hertford, in the County of Hertford." To thefe Bills the Royal Affent was Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so as to include within it parts of the parishes of Bengeo and Et. Andrew's.' and of the Liberty of Brickendon. Mr. A. J. M-uedella, M.P., presided on Wednesday at the c7th general meeting of the British and Foreigs School Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WILLS AND BEQUESTS. SIR RICHARD MOON. Probte of the will, which bears date November 2. 1896, of Sir Ricbard MoOn of Copseowood-range, near)* Covent , first baronet, cbairmtan of the London and Ncrtb-Western Railwav Company from 1861 to 190, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tues East India director. Mr. Ellis and amusing a party of frieisds were out sltootling on Saturday over the TH Brickendon Aliasor, and lead a very successful day's sport. hc Tet~ The larder at tise hail was iii consequence well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6. At a vrestry meeting of the ratepayers of the united parishes of All Saints, St. John, Little Amwell, and Brickendon, comprising the greater part of the town of' Hertford, it has been deterulined that the church rate shall not Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    keeper whilet e h was dining, and, secreting a table knife about his per, l, went in the direction of Brickendon. Having reached a plaCe called Monk's Green, he metachild about four years 0of .gre. threatened to cut off the Subscribers-only content

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