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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burnham with Lower Boveney

    hamlet, is occupied by Mr. Josiah Gregory , and at the other end is Cippenham House , with Cippenham Farm. A road leads south-east to Cippenham Place, a mid-16th-century house of brick and timber which was enlarged in the 19th

    House of Austin nuns The abbey of Burnham

    desire to provide for the needs of the nuns: that he had turned aside a watercourse through the village of Cippenham to the monastery, had given them twenty acres of wood from the common, and diverted a pathway which used

    Parishes Eton

    land in Eton . 150 Richard, King of the Romans and brother of Henry III , held, in addition to Cippenham in Burnham (q.v.), certain tenements in Eton , 151 to which were attached manorial rights. In 1275-6 it was

    Collegiate churches Windsor ( St George's chapel)

    clerk 10 marks a year for their sustenance, to be paid out of the Buckinghamshire manors of Langley Marsh and Cippenham , until such time as the king should make an assignment to those chaplains and clerks of benefices to

    Parishes Princes Risborough

    mentioned in 1337 , 115 when orders were given that thirty-two should be taken from the parks of Risborough and Cippenham , and sent to Westminster for the funeral expenses of John Earl of Cornwall , the king's brother. The

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1500-1505, 01 January 1500-31 December 1505

    5 m . a year for life with the stewardship of Stoke Poges, Fulmer, Cippenham and Eyton lordships, and John Hoby the bailiffship of Stoke, Cippenham, Fulmer and Burneham manors with the fee of 2 d . a day. Sealed Subscribers-only content

    Wills, Mary I (1553-58)

    a goodlye Herse w t manye lights.....which was left standing until the monethes mynde" (Way's 'Prompt. Parv.,' s.v. Heerce). 1 Cippenham. 2 Here we have the right interpretation of the word "mistery" as so often applied to the Livery Companies.

    Cases before the Committee, September 1651, 01 September 1651-30 September 1651

    Carew, by her will of 10 Jan. 1642, demised to Sir Wm. Beecher, and 3 others, all her lands in Cippenham 119 297 315 D. 119 316 317 [? Chippenham ] , co. Bucks (the woods and college leases excepted), Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, January 1661, 01 January 1661-31 January 1661

    Wintour, Secretary to Her Majesty, for a lease of the site of the monastery of Burnham, in Burnham, Dorney and Cippenham, co. Bucks. Referred: ut supra . [ Ibid . ] Jan. 6. Petition from John Sonds and John Broome

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Forest (Hants ? Wilts), 84, 213, 416. Cinnamon , 159, 326, 331, 367, 421, 446, 635. Cinque Ports , 370. Cippenham (Bucks), 114. Cirencester (Gloucester), 241, 573. City Wharf , Lambeth, 12, 123. Civet oil , 117. Civill , Monsieur

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Newmnarket Two. year-old Stakes, after which High Havens had no chance against Floddeni Field at even weights for the Cippenham Stakes. Magistrate won the Peel Handicap in a canter, and Cordelier, greatly helped by Conacher catning it, took the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Haviside, Esq., 69, Carhiakll. Admiral 0. . Wellealey lo. Wilton-etroeet Wegravo-square. Jamee A. Hal'ett.Elioq.,ii(,Great George-treetWestmsIater. J. W. Chater, Req., Cippenham, Lodge, Sait Hill, Scs Charles Frost, Esq., 11, London-etreot, ZO. George Hewett, Req., 43, Trinity-square Robert Hewett, Eeci., 43, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to tile Peerage. THE ILLUSTRIOUS FOREIGNERS WITH TIHE PRINCE'S IIARIERS.-WIsDSoR, TUESDAY.-The Prince Con- sort's barriers met to-day, at Mr. Chater's Cippenham frrm, near Salt HiIl. A vcry large field assembled. Three or four hares were started, but only one killed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    making away towards Willow Brook and Eton, over Chalvey-ditch, and on to Eton Wick; thence it doubled to the rightto Cippenham and Dorney, on to Mr. Pocock's farm, near the Maidenhead station, where it circled back to Dorney, and was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    most excellent run of about one hour. Another hare Was put on foot on the farm of Mr. Aidridge, at Cippenham, which was lost after a very pretty 20 minutes' burst. Prince Albert and Prince Edward, attended by their suite, Subscribers-only content

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