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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Wotton Introduction and map INDEX MAP TO THE HUNDRED OF WOTTON

    cent.) was found by the Domesday Commissioners to include Dorking , Sutton in Shiere, part of Compton in Sussex , Burgham , Wyke , Worplesdon , Betchworth , Milton , Anstie Farm, Abinger, and Paddington . Of these, Sutton in

    The hundred of Woking Introduction and map INDEX TO THE HUNDRED OF WOKING

    with Lodsworth in Sussex ), find a place in the list, while Worplesdon , with its members of Wyke and Burgham , is classed in Wotton ; 2 but the difference is probably only due to an error in transcription.

    Parishes Worplesdon

    Nevill Thurstan le Dispenser was holding a knight's fee in Burgham as of the honour of Gloucester , 34 and in 1276 Adam le Dispenser, presumably Thurstan's heir, released Burgham Manor to William de Wintershull and Beatrice his wife. 35

    Parishes Puttenham

    probably a sub-manor of Burgham , for its tenants paid rent to the lord of Burgham . 49 In 1235 Ralph Attewood granted to John de Fay land in Shoelands . 50 The lords of Burgham in 1251 w ere

    Colleges Greystoke

    Coke's Reports , iv. 107. See also Tanner, Notitia (ed. 1744), p. 77. Named in a commission with John de Burgham , rector of Melmerby , and Robert de Bampton , vicar of Crosby by Eden , to collect a

  • * British History Online *

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    Parishes (West Ward), St Ninian, Brougham

    the manor held by John Burgham, John Crackanthorpe and John Bird; in 1505 by John Burgham, John Crackanthorpe and William Bird; in 1527 by Christopher Burgham, John Crackanthorpe and William Bird; in 1553 by Thomas Burgham, Margaret wife of William

    Parishes (West Ward), St Cuthbert, Clifton

    the bridges of "Loutherbrig and Amotbrig" from things for sale passing over or under them or by the "Castelwath of Burgham." It appears on the list of public bridges made on 28 April, 1679. On 4 October, 1686, it was

    Grayrigg

    Inq. p.m., 8 Ric. 11, n. 38. 1398 Letter of attorney by John Darell and Richard Feldon authorizing Thomas de Burgham to receive seisin of the manors of Heveresham, Morland, Dilacre, Holme and Burton and of all the lands and

    Kirkby in Kendale, 1453-1530

    Whitwell and Selshede and the manor of Casterton, co. Westmorland; and the castles, manors and lordships of Pendragon, Burgh, Appulby, Burgham, Mallerstange and Whynfell, the manor and lordship of Kirkeby Stephen, and the vill of Wynton, co. Westmorland; held in

    Parishes (West Ward), St Michael, Barton

    the bridges of "Loutherbrig and Amotbrig" from things for sale passing over or under them or by the "Castlewath of Burgham." Cal. Pat. Rolls , 1377 81, p. 530. The bridge was rebuilt, perhaps for the first time in stone,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURGHAM, John, of Carleton, Cumb.

    BURGHAM, John, of Carleton, Cumb. Constituency Dates Carlisle 1395 Carlisle Jan. 1397 Ofifces Held Collector of pontage, Cumb. and Westmld. 20 Nov. 1379-85. Biography Burgham, who evidently occupied a position of some influence in the area around Carlisle and Penrith,

    WOLLEY, Francis (1583-1609), of Pyrford, Surr.

    and a Mrs. Bridget Weston ‘in Pyrford church and called by the name of Mary Wolley’, received the manor of Burgham and other lands in Worplesdon. Sir Arthur Mainwaring inherited most of his estates.Manning and Bray, Surr. i. 155; HMC

    WINTERSHALL, Thomas (c.1364-1400), of Bramley, Surr.

    Wintershall and his wife, Beatrice, who, during the late 13th century, built up an estate centred upon the manors of Burgham, Bramley, Puttenham Bury and West Clandon in Surrey, and Eastleigh and Frobury in Hampshire. Thomas Wintershall the elder inherited

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.F.41

    Details: female; 50 Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Sturnebule'. Participant: JoanAwuetrous [Awuetrous; Awutrous] Role: witness Details: female; 50 Location: Burgham(Burgham) : undefined Cannot identify. Notes: Cannot identify the surname 'Awuetrous'. Location: Penrith (Cumberland) Place(s): Penrith (ecclesia paroch' de Penreth)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not do so. Testator had told witness that his wife eras always teasing him about his property. Another witness (MIrs. Burgham) stated that the wife had told her that she should make her husband alter the will be had made, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    geostlreoe, .2married couple; hoard if rcuuired.-159. Bath Row. ellIS REA HmtnStreet l119).-Apartinents for a. lady. Termis Gnoedurate. Tram passes.-Apply, fMrs. Burgham., 119. cllIS AG-LQEY Rand (55), s. Uagley Grove-A~partma-en-tE-s(u-peorror ncor Floe Ways; large dining and bed rooms. c1lii AGLEY Road Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    birth; on one side the grace of antiquity, on the other that of literature, illustrated his origin. The family of Burgham, or Brougham, though not adequately represented by his immediate ancestors, traced its descent beyond the Conquest to Anglo- Saxon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the contents burnt out and w, roof destroyed. 1, Edniunds Place, do:-F.iisel-; s-h stein Bros., wholesale furriers. 2, do.-Parsons, |t Burgham, & Co., warahlousein~en; landlord and in- j 3. asirauce unknowvn; back anod front damaged by lire, I itt rest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an;,d whenl essistin~ee arm ive1 the mails wa're eaveut 'undt also tlue cergo, whmieh l-~s n'oro or lees damnaged. 'Janins Burgham, scecolid eofiece of the Norwe-gian, was exareined, together with ofthas sitncesses. Their statements, however, contained ano matters of lute- Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Kempe, 20/9/1554

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 182920 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Kempe Forename Johannes Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/9/1554 Office/Status Vicar Location Burgham// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/18/7 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Day, George/Chichester 1553- 1556 Comment

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