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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Bigging , Anstey

    Buntingford , Barkway , Hormead, Braughing , Buckland , Wyddial and Alswick in Layston worth 16 s . a year, 11 and in 1366 75 acres and 10 s . rent in Great and Little Hormead , Braughing and

    Parishes Cottered

    , when the 'King's Highway called Stanestrat' is referred to as a boundary. 2 Cottered lies 3 miles west of Buntingford , in which town is its nearest railway station on the Great Eastern railway, and 6 miles east of

    Parishes Thundridge

    it from the parish of Standon , and on the north-east by the Nimney Bourne . The main road to Buntingford intersects the parish on the west. Of the total area rather more than half is arable land, but there

    Parishes Great Munden

    oak staircase and an old kitchen fireplace still remain. The nearest station is Braughing , 23/4 miles east, on the Buntingford branch of the Great Eastern railway. The parish lies on a subsoil of chalk, and there are chalk-pits in

    Parishes Little Munden

    a disused one in the west of the parish. The nearest station is Standon , 4 miles east, on the Buntingford branch of the Great Eastern railway. The inclosure award was combined with that of Great Munden . 2 The

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 February 1807, 2 February 1807

    read ; fetting forth, " That the Petitioner " is the Widow of William Butt, late of Corneybury near <fe Buntingford, in the County of Hertford, deceafed, but " formerly of Bond Street, in the County of Middlefext " Stable Subscribers-only content

    1 June 1809, 1 June 1809

    that he was un- " able to attend the Committee, from his profeffional " Duty, being a Man Midwife at Buntingford, in the " County of Hertford; and that the Committee had " gone through the Bill, and directed him Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1814, 4 July 1814

    of Lancaßer, and its Vicinity, whofe Names are thereunto fubfcribed: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Bantingford: Buntingford, and its Vicinity, whofe Names are there¬ unto fubfcribed: Alfo, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Stowmarketi Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1828, 24 March 1828

    said Petition do lie on the Table. Buntingford: Upon reading the Petition of the Persons belonging to a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters of the Indepen¬ dent Denomination assembling for Religious Worship at Buntingford, in the County of Hertford, and others, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 18 December 1828

    1827, of course not taking in the Clip of the present Year; those Prices are 10Jd. both at Royston and Buntingford, and l\\d. at Chelmsford. If the Committee will allow me, I will explain why the Price has increased at Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that she had taken her trunk with her. Handbills led to a trace of the fugitives on Monday morning, at Buntingford, Herts, where they were found. The lady, who is twentiy-one years of age, was brought back by Iter brother, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street, bookbinder. [Evans, Lincoln's inn fields. R. Wright, jin. and J. Clarke, Liquorpond street, builders. [Pocock, Bartholomew close. WV. Sutton, Buntingford, lertfordsbire, coal merchant. [llraith- waite, Serjeant's inn, Fleet street. S. C. Warner, Walworth road, coal dealer. [Willoughby and Jaqlset, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the town of Buntingford that was not deco. rated with boughs, and many had flags. From Bunting. ford to Royston another detachment of the Scots Gres, under the command of Cornet Pilgrim, escorted her Majesty. From, Buntingford, also, a troop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The father also gave the inspector two shots that his wife found in the house. When the inspector returned to Buntingford, he asked the prisoner which gun, he took out of the bedroom. Prisoner said, " I took the old Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very eloquent address which was deli- vered yesterday evening by Sir E. Bulwer Lytton at the annual meet- ing at Buntingford of the Herts Agricultural Society. The reception of Sir J. Paxton, by his constituents at Coventry, gave occasion also Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 28th October 1843

    & his brothers accompanied us to Royston , 6 miles, where we 1rst changed horses. The next changes were at Buntingford , Ware , Waltham Cross & Manor House . Crowds of people everywhere, triumphal arches & inscriptions, schoolchildren out,

    Wednesday 25th October 1843

    it well. 3rdly we changed horses at Ware , leaving passed through Warmley , Broxbourne & Hoddesdon ; 4thly at Buntingford , (where we got out) after passing through Ward's Mill , Colliers End , & Puckeridge ; 5thly at

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARCHFORD, William (d.1413/14), of London.

    of his property came to him through marriage, since his second wife, Alice, held a life interest in estates around Buntingford and Alswick in Hertfordshire. These had been settled upon her, together with a dyehouse and land at St. Paul’s

    HOTOFT, John (d.1443), of Knebworth, Herts.

    a tax collector in Hertfordshire during the late 14th century. Nicholas became involved in a dispute over market rights at Buntingford during this period, and since John left his second wife certain property in the same area we may reasonably

    CROUCH, Thomas (1607-79), of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

    1583. Though only minor gentry, they achieved two notable marriages into the Montagu family. Although Crouch inherited an inn at Buntingford and the leases of two local farms, he became a fellow of King’s, like his father before him. At

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 09/10/1732

    my Friends, who had not been advised of my Intent. I was now perswaded by my Friends to settle at Buntingford in Hertfordshire , there being a Vacancy by the Death of an old Practitioner; accordingly I went, but did

 

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