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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Bushmead

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Bushmead 9. THE PRIORY OF BUSHMEAD The Augustinian priory of Bushmead 1 was founded some time during the reign of Henry II . by Hugh de Beauchamp , greatgrandson of the Hugh of

    The hundred of Barford Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of BARFORD .

    the Survey at all. 2 The hundred included the feudal barony and soke of Eaton and the religious houses of Bushmead and Newnham . Barford has always been a royal hundred, though farmed out at various times; in the 13th

    Parishes Eaton Socon

    trustees alienated the manor to Bushmead Priory . 108 At the Dissolution 120 acres of woods called Cadbury are mentioned among its possessions, 109 and passed to the Gery family, following the same descent as Bushmead Priory (q.v.), but no

    Religious houses Introduction

    the canons of St. Paul's , Bedford , were transferred to Newnham and brought under the same rule about 1166; Bushmead Priory was founded a little later. Under the general heading of the Augustinian rule should be reckoned the priory

    Parishes Little Staughton

    attached to this manor. 38 Gery of Bushmead . Gules two bars argent with three voided lozenges gules on each bar and a quarter or with a leopard's head azure therein . That Bushmead Priory owned lands in Little Staughton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALTON, Ralph, of Sharnbrook, Beds.

    witnessed deeds together during the early 1380s and he subsequently attested their property transactions. Walton also maintained close links with Bushmead priory, a house of Augustinian canons which, in the summer of 1389, he and others endowed with property in

    GASCOIGNE, Sir William (by 1485-1540), of Cardington, Beds.

    the Dissolution he added considerably to his estates. In 1537 he was involved in disputes over the former property of Bushmead priory, most of which had been leased by the crown to Sir John St. John. He had already been

    COKETT, Anthony (by 1517-60/61), of London and South Mimms, Mdx. and Sibton, Suff.

    for Old Ford Park, parcel of the manor of South Mimms. During 1544-5 he acquired the house and site of Bushmead priory, Bedfordshire, from Sir John Gascoigne and in July 1546 he bought a manor in the same county from

    ST. JOHN, Sir John (by 1495-1558), of Bletsoe, Beds.

    St. John might have the manor of Bushmead, which the King had already leased to him. The request came too late, for Sir William Gascoigne had already been granted the reversion of Bushmead, but St. John retained his 21-year lease

    WARYN, Robert, of Offord Darcy, Hunts.

    obtained permission from the Crown to settle land in the Huntingdonshire village of Stilton upon the prior and convent of Bushmead, Bedfordshire, although it was not until 1392 that royal letters patent actually sanctioned the award. Waryn was then also

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Zeainad Limited. 37, Lombard- AlesEnder Donald Maclear, Eaq., Duin-holder (of New South Wales). 42, Oniiow *ardene, S.W John Msruison. Esq., Bushmead Friory. St. Neots. Hunts. Director of the National BRnk of Now 7Zalrand Limited, and late Colonial Agent for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    incendiary fire took place in Bedfordshire, on Wednesday last. It broke out on the premises of Mr. Gray, farmer, at Bushmead, near Eaton Socon, and con- sumed nine or ten stacks of barley, beans, &c, but by great exertions the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - On Wednesday morning, between ten and eleven, a destructive fire broke out on the premises of Mr. Gray, farmer, Bushmead, near Eaton Socon, Bedfordshire, which consumed nine or ten stacks of barley, beans, antl other corn, but by great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; Friday, at Ai thorp K.enuel, at half.past ten each day. The Oakley Hounds meet to.jpSrrow, at Rushdeii; Friday, at Bushmead ; Saturday, at Salem Thrift, at half.past ten each day. The Quorn Hounds meet to-morrow, at Costock ; Thursday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hounds meet to-niorrow, at Bornev Wood ; Friday, at WappenhamTov.n, at half past ten each day. The Oakley Hounds meA tbfa day, at Bushmead ; Thursday, at Cranfield Green ; Saturday, at Swine-head. Wood, each day at half past tea. Subscribers-only content

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