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    Parishes Brington

    Parishes BringtonBRINGTON Bryningtun (x cent.); Breninctune (xi cent.); Brynintone (xiii cent.); Brympton (xiii-xv cent.); Brungtuna (xiv cent.); Brynkton (xiv-xvi cent.); Brynton, Brincktone (xvi cent.). Brington parish forms a long, narrow strip of land about 4 miles in length from Victoria County History

    Parishes Old Weston Ramsey Abbey . Or a bend azure charged with three rams' beads argent cut off at the neck . Butler. Or a chief indented azure .

    The Abbey held the 'manors' of Brington , Bythorn and Old Weston in 1086 , assessed to the geld respectively as 4 hides, 4 hides and 10 hides. 16 By the 13th century, when Brington (q.v.) had become the ecclesiastical Victoria County History

    Parishes Bythorn Ramsey Abbey . Or a bend azure with three rams' heads argent cut off at the neck thereon .

    safeguarded when Richard Foliot was instituted to the church of Brington (q.v .) in 1225 12 must have been vicars of Bythorn and Old Weston . Both were chapelries of Brington , to the rectory of which they are still Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Ives

    t he abbey. 3 In the 12th century the churches of St. Ives , Ellsworth, Knapwell , Hemingford, Broughton , Brington , Haliwell, Great Stukeley , Barnwell , Walton , Steeple Gidding and Over were set apart for the maintenance Victoria County History

    The hundred of Leightonstone

    parishes 1 of Alconbury -Cum- Weston ; Barham ; Brampton ; Brington ; Buckworth ; Bythorn ; Catworth ; Copmanford; Covington ; Easton ; Ellington ; Great Gidding ; Little Gidding ; Steeple Gidding ; Grafham ; Hamerton ; Keyston Victoria County History

    The colleges and halls Clare College Clare College . Or three chevrons gules (for Clare ) impaling or a cross gules (for de Burgh ) all within a bordersable with golden drops .

    .), 1719; Elmsett (Suff.) and Ockley (Surr.), 1724; Datchworth ( Herts .), 1725; Rotherhithe (Surr.) and Great Waldingfield (Suff.), 1729; Brington , Old Weston , and Bythorn (Hunts.), Hardingham (Norf.), Westley and Fornham All Saints (Suff.), 1736; Birdbrook ( Essex Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Ramsey

    Grey , Sawtry , Great Stukeley , Warboys , St. Ives , Houghton with Wyton , Ellington , Bythorn , Brington , Weston , Wood Walton , Great Staughton , Yelling , Steeple Gidding , Kings Ripton and Abbots Ripton Victoria County History

    Townships Aspull

    divorced by a decree of Richard Smith , rector of Bury , acting as commissary of Adam Becconsaw, rector of Brington and official of William Knight, archdeacon of Chester ; and then Hugh married Grace Turner , Robert, declared heir Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    , q.v . Bridges , John Briggs , John Brihtgevescroft , in Roade q.v . Bringhurst (Leics.) Brington , Great: see Great Brington Bristol : chocolate factory in; St. Monica Trust in; see also Society of Merchant Venturers of Bristol Victoria County History

    CARVELL, William, of Northampton.

    Member’s parentage has not been traced. A landed family of Carvell or Carvyll was settled at Brington, Northamptonshire, in the sixteenth century, but only their arms were recorded in the heralds’ visitations. Since Northampton often returned puritans to Parliament in History of Parliament

    SPENCER, John (c.1549-1600), of Newnham, Warws. and Althorp, Northants.

    with small legacies to his servants, to those who had cared for him in his last sickness, which may have been of some length, and to his minister Thomas Campion. He was buried, as he had requested, in Brington church.[footnote] History of Parliament

    SPENCER, Robert (1570-1627), of Wormleighton, Warws.; later of Althorp, Northants.

    William was executor, and Henry Earl of Huntingdon and Thomas Earl of Southampton overseers. Spencer asked to be buried at Brington ‘by the monument which I have made for Margaret my late beloved wife’. He was buried there 6 Nov.[footnote] History of Parliament

    SPENCER, Sir John (1524-86), of Althorp, Northants. and Wormleighton, Warws.

    Walter Mildmay, his fellow-Member in the Parliament of 1558. He died on 8 Nov. 1586 and was buried, according to his request, with his wife in Brington church where his epitaph listed his sons, his daughters and all their husbands.[footnote] History of Parliament

    CLIFTON, Sir Gervase (c.1570-1618), of Leighton Bromswold, Hunts.

    four years later, Buckworth, with neighbouring estates, from Lord Mordaunt. In 1598 he secured a lease of the rectory of Brington, previously held by the Darcys, the former owners of Leighton Bromswold. Clifton was in 1599 a militia captain in History of Parliament

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