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    Parishes Chellington

    Parishes ChellingtonCHELLINGTON Chelwinton, Chelvynton (xiii, xiv cent.); Chelyngton, Chillington (xiv, xv cent.). The parish of Chellington contains 1,530 acres, of which 692 are arable land, 614 pasture and grass and 23 woods and plantations. 1 Chellington is separated from Victoria County History

    Parishes Carlton

    The property is described as the manor of Carlton alias Pavenham with rights and members in Carlton , Pavenham , Chellington and Turvey , and four messuages, one barn, two gardens, 256 acres of land, 15 s . rent and Victoria County History

    Parishes Yelden

    In 1086, besides Yelden Manor , Geoffrey de Trailly held a nameless 4-hide manor which has been satisfactorily identified with Chellington . 4 These manors, like other lands belonging to the Bishop of Coutances, were later attached to the honour Victoria County History

    The hundred of Willey Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of WILLEY .

    PAVENHAM BROMHAM PODINGTON with HINWICK CARLTON SHARNBROOK CHELLINGTON SOULDROP FARNDISH STAGSDEN FELMERSHAM with RADWELL STEVINGTON THURLEIGH HARROLD TURVEY WYMINGTON 1 The hundred of Willey included, in the Survey of 1086, Carlton , Chellington , Farndish , Felmersham with Radwell , Victoria County History

    Parishes Harrold

    is wheat. The main road forms the eastern boundary of the parish, entering from Bozeat parish and passing on to Chellington . A branch of this road passes south-east through the town and then in a westerly direction to Lavendon Victoria County History

    Parishes Felmersham with Radwell

    have cutwaters on one side. The main road through the parish approaches from Sharnbrook , and has three offshoots to Chellington , Pavenham and Radwell . The last of these crosses the Ouse at Radwell Bridge , which was built Victoria County History

    Parishes Podington and Hinwick

    time of the Survey, having as tenant one Turstan. 68 The overlordship of this property, as in the case of Chellington (q.v.), became attached to the honour of Gloucester of whom the Traillys held as intermediary lords. The last mention Victoria County History

    DARLING, Sir Robert (d.1770), of Bethnal Green, London

    Ofifces Held Sheriff, London and Mdx. 1766-7. Biography Darling, according to a local antiquary,[footnote] wasborn at Chellington [Beds.] of humble parentage, where when a boy he used to keep cows on the hill on which the church stands. When of History of Parliament

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