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You searched for: Place: Chetwode, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chetwode

    ; between 1235 and 1247 Ralph de Chetwode was lord. 28 Robert de Vitteney held Chetwode in wardship in 1254 -5, 29 and in 1284 Robert de Chetwode was lord. 30 John de Chetwode , who was knight of the

    Parishes Barton Hartshorn

    38 Thenceforward they descended with the priory manor of Chetwode (q.v.). No mention of it, as a manor, occurs after 1840, 39 but the owners of the priory estate in Chetwode have continued to hold land in this parish. By

    Parishes Wolston

    to have been the 'mill of Stratton which is called Perimulne' which was given to Combe Abbey by Robert de Chetwode and Sybil his wife, with the whole suit of his men of Wolston and Marston . 19 Its site

    Begbroke Economic history

    1595 by mutual agreement of the lords, Richard Chetwode and Humphrey FitzHerbert. In 1603 the latter inclosed 8 yardlands, half the arable in the parish, allegedly for conversion to pasture, and Chetwode 's successor Sir William Spencer , a prominent

    Parishes Banstead

    1316 -17, when John de Chetwode , sen., settled it on himself for life with remainder to his son John and Lucy his wife and their heirs. 125 Almost a century previously a Ralph de Chetwode had held 10 s

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks.

    RISELEY, William (c.1527-1603), of Chetwode, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckingham 1559 Biography Riseley’s father acquired much of the land formerly belonging to the monastery of Notley, Buckinghamshire: in June 1540 he paid £183 for the manor of Chetwode and other Buckinghamshire

    WYNDHAM, Francis (c.1670-1716), of Clearwell Court, Glos.

    up as the Whig candidate in the by-election at Gloucester, and largely through the machinations of the dean, Dr Knightley Chetwode, ‘who could not be persuaded from being a violent partisan in this brutish quarrel’, was successful. Wyndham’s name appears

    WATKINS, Henry (c.1666-1727), of Christ Church, Oxford, and Duke Street, Westminster, Mdx.

    peace, indicated that he was now contemplating retirement from full-time governmental service, perhaps to the estate he had purchased at Chetwode in Buckinghamshire. He may still have hoped, however, that his continued service to the ministry in Parliament would prompt

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, July 1600, 16-31, 16 July 1600-31 July 1600

    cause. London, 20 July, 1600. Holograph . p. ( 251. 141.) Ri. Knyghtley, George Harmor, Edward Cope, Thomas Kirton, Ri. Chetwode, and Toby Chauncy to [? Sir R. Cecil ] . 1600, July 21. On behalf of Mr. Pinchpole Lovett

    Index of persons and Places, C

    448. Chesterfield , Earl of. See Stanhope, P. Chesterford , co. Essex, 306. Chesworth , co. Sussex, manor of, 130. Chetwode , Sir John, baronetcy fee, 342. Chetwood , John, sheriff of co. Stafford, 218, 221. -, Thomas, cornet, half-pay

    General Index, C, 01 January 1699-31 March 1700

    Jekyll, Sir J. horses stolen in M.P. for. See Mainwaring, Sir J. Chester diocese , bishop of. See Strafford, Nicholas. Chetwode , John, of Oakley, baronetcy for Chevenix , Philip, captain, pass for Chiausses Chichester , Arthur, earl of Donegal, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ((i. Contributions of W\orks of Art and Subscriptions are still received at the French Gallery by the lion. Secretaries, MIessrs Chetwode and \Wallis. SUNDAY LECTURE SOCIETY. To provide for the delivery on Sundays in the Metropolis, :and to encourage th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Bed of capital Clay; and it is believed to contain Mines of Coal and Irorrstone. The Landlord of the Chetwode Arms Inn has kindly undertaken to show the Property; and auy further Particulars may be had from the Auctioneers, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cbondee 0 0 1 SIr T. F. Fremantle 0 I1 Colonel John Hall .. 0 0 1 Skr . Chetwode 0I. MAY 25 ,1944-Sir T. Fremasstle, Socrelory at War. F.n. 15,. 1815-Sir T. Fremnantlo, Secretary for Irelsad. JAse. 20, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t surfaces of the quartz. '. C- ' t' OD5 Sfe have to annonnce the death1 si La ., - Chetwode, Barn, Which Gec-ed the 8th inst. at Cakley, his s n tt 5 The deceased baronet was the elde, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (15); lV. Ancl-etil (10). Before Jutiga Boyd-Carter v. Stubba ar; Fenton's eState, Ncdec:i t):; Bait'8 estate (22); Land Commnissionl v. Chetwode, Lloyd (.Oq). QUJEBN'S BENCH DIVISION. 'The Lord Chi efJustice will sit to hearmotions icr this division to morrow (Tuesdityj. Subscribers-only content

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