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You searched for: Place: Chequers, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Woolhampton

    Ferrers fee with the predecessor of Henry de Chequers (see below). In 1227 the prior of the Hospitallers, Robert de Diva, agreed that the moiety of Woolhampton held by Henry de Chequers should do suit of court at the hundred

    Parishes Ellesborough

    from that time it has followed the descent of the manor of Chequers (q.v.). 194 Seyton. Gules a bend between six martlets argent . The manor of CHEQUERS belonged to the halffee in Ellesborough held under the barony of Wolverton

    Papworth Everard Economic history

    managed until the 1870s by a bailiff or land steward, to the west a 130-a. farm based on the former Chequers inn , and Firtree farm of c . 193 a. 31 By 1860 the two western farms were combined

    Parishes Stokenchurch

    Saunder's Wood. Further on in the same direction is Beacon 's or Bacon's Bottom with a school and Methodist chapel. Chequers Farm and plantation are situated in the south of the parish to the south of the main road from

    Graveley Introduction Graveley c. 1800M

    26 council houses, some built c . 1924, others after 1955. 41 Graveley usually had one principal public house. The Chequers on the main street, licensed from the 1760s 42 and burnt down c . 1900, 43 was succeeded by

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAWTREY, William (c.1520-97), of Chequers, Bucks.

    (c.1520-97), of Chequers, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire 1563 Ofifces Held J.p.q. Bucks. from c.1554; sheriff, Beds. and Bucks. 1559-60, Oxon. 1577-8, ?Bucks. 1583-4. Biography Hawtrey owned considerable land in Buckinghamshire, some inherited, some purchased, and speculated in monastic and chantry

    HAWTREY, Ralph (c.1626-1725), of Eastcote House, Ruislip, Mdx.

    1688, 1692-6, 1701-?d., commr. for recusants 1675. Biography Hawtrey came from a cadet branch of a family which acquired the Chequers estate in the reign of Edward I and represented Buckinghamshire in 1563. His father took no active part in

    GALLYS, Richard (c.1517-74), of Windsor, Berks.

    GALLYS, Richard (c.1517-74), of Windsor, Berks. Constituency Dates New Windsor 1563 New Windsor 1572 Ofifces Held Alderman, New Windsor 1548, mayor 1561-2, 1566-7, 1570-1. Biography Gallys, removed as alderman for refusing to take office as bailiff, owned a house

    UNTON (UMPTON), Edward (1534-82), of Wadley, Berks.; Langley, Oxon. and London.

    by buying the manor of Wyke and died holding the manors of Sheepbridge, Berkshire, Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, and Stokenchurch and Chequers, Buckinghamshire, and other lands in all three counties. There were also small estates, appurtenances of Sheepbridge, in Wiltshire and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Alperton, near Harrow, on the body of W. Avis, a publican. It appeared that the deceased, iwho kept the Chequers plublic-house at Alperton, which is on the Acton side of the London and North-Western Railway, left his home shortly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grove, ,Psrinoray Road.Edgbtsotn. et86l GENEAL Srvans shuld pplyat once for goadota~n. NohsAk-eity I 13, rad Street, e-l a a VENERALServantWanteO.-Apsply, Chequers Ion, Stourbridge. F 'I ENERAL Sevn go)Wanted, who eon do plain ceoksing, nT and would o bett three orderly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    RO DAvrcomdosand desirable in RESiIDENUO konas e- CAMBRIDGE HOW~,," r. being Ne. 44 in Bellbarn Road, oppoasto the end of Chequers Walk, ig now In the occupation of Dr. Wood, the owner, Who will, give early ,, possession to the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to £tS 15 ssa Sipn Oftices next door.-T. Foden Flint. 24, Btennectt' Ifi5. c2152 BATH Row 040o. 40t. corcer of Chequers Walk.-Rouee and Sh.op. T2TCHIRRS S&hop to Let, in Ramptton Stnilet! D, few fixtte .LJonly to be takon to.-Apply, Davenport, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WYShop, with convenient Dwellinrr-lionso; garden, Ront OL2 !Ce. -Grimley and Son, 40._Temple, Streett Birminirghanm o SI ATIJ. RewiNe. 49, corner Chequers Waik).-SbopandIeid ree B -Apply, 8, Waterloo Street.___________ ItI B EWS Street (Newtown Row); canal wharf, one boat's leugrt.- B Subscribers-only content

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