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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Lewknor THE HUNDRED OF LEWKNOR

    Lewknor hundred does not appear in later lists, but was included in another Chiltern hundred, Binfield . 12 In the Middle Ages Lewknor and the other 31/2 Chiltern hundreds usually, though not invariably, followed the descent of Benson manor. 13

    The three hundreds of Chiltern Introduction and map

    The three hundreds of Chiltern Introduction and map THE THREE HUNDREDS OF CHILTERN Index Map to the Three Hundreds of Chiltern THE HUNDRED OF DESBOROUGH 1 CONTAINING THE PARISHES OF RADENHAM IBSTONE STOKENCHURCH (transferred from Oxfordshire ) FAWLEY GREAT MARLOW

    Agriculture

    to Oxford along the banks of the River Ray . Or again, compare the upper chalk and flint of the Chiltern districts from Goring to Henley with the fertile meadows of Waterstock and the deep meadow-lands of Water Eaton .

    Early Man Mesolothic and Neolithic

    later in date (p. 240). The flint axes again vary from short, almost triangular implements, several of which come from Chiltern sites, to broad examples as from Nettlebed , Little Stoke , and Oxford ; some of both varieties have

    Early Man Quaternary geology and Palaeolithic Man

    Goring , since that gap in the chalk escarpment may be a geologically recent feature. The sub-Eocene surfaces in the Chiltern Hills can be mapped in detail to the top of the scarp; there are regions of similar altitude that

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COTERELL, John, of Wallingford, Berks.

    the post of royal receiver of the honours of Wallingford and St. Valery, the four and a half hundreds of Chiltern, and the borough of Wallingford; and such records as remain indicate that he retained this office until at least

    DERBY, John (d.1420), of Wallingford, Berks.

    1 Apr. 1400, he appointed him as receiver of the honours of Wallingford and St. Valery, the four-and-a-half hundreds of Chiltern, and the fee farm of Wallingford. He probably secured this position partly as a result of marrying the widow

    BRYAN, Sir Francis (by 1492-1550), of the Blackfriars, London and Ampthill and Woburn, Beds.

    and Rome Aug. 1528-Oct. 1529, France Oct. 1530-Dec. 1531, Nov. 1535, Apr.-Aug. 1538, to the Empire Oct.-Dec. 1543; steward, the Chiltern hundreds 1536, Ewelme and Nuneham Courtnay, Oxon. 1538; chief butler, Eng. 1537-d.; recorder, Bedford c.1548; marshal, Ireland Nov. 1548,

    REDE, John (d.1404), of Checkendon, Oxon.

    make full account of the manorial issues. The same year he was also discharging the office of steward of the Chiltern hundreds, presumably as deputy to Sir John Golafre, another knight of the chamber and at that time constable of

    HENEAGE, George Fieschi (1800-1864), of Hainton Hall, nr. Louth, Lincs.

    returned to the Liberal ranks after Derby"s fall. With his position at Lincoln insecure, in February 1862 he took the Chiltern hundreds in order to contest what he thought would be a safe seat for Great Grimsby.[footnote] However, he lost

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