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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STOKES, Sir Robert, of Little Gidding and Coppingford, Hunts.

    presented to the living at Coppingford, exercising the right of advowson which belonged to his wife, Amy. She was the grand daughter and sole surviving heiress of William Dengaine (d.c.1298), lord of the manors of Coppingford and Little Gidding, and

    BENTBOW, Simon (d.c.1427), of Cambridge.

    to Richard Bush† and others. At that time Bentbow was acting as a trustee of the manor and advowson of Coppingford (Huntingdonshire) for its conveyance by John Styuecle* to the London merchant, John Shadworth*.[footnote]Having first held public office as a

    BEVILLE, Thomas II (d.c.1437), of Wood Walton, Hunts.

    Beville subsequently obtained control of them all. By 1428, he had also gained possession of half a knight’s fee in Coppingford and another in Upton, thus increasing the value of his Huntingdonshire estates alone to £26 a year.[footnote]Beville’s appointment to

    BOTILLER, Richard (d.1405), of Yelling, Hunts.

    Relations between him and the Styuecles were still cordial in 1395, when he was a party to their transactions in Coppingford and Upton; and he also had dealings with John Styuecle over certain land in Suffolk which had been settled

    HERRIES, John (d.1418), of Cambridge.

    Bulbeck in 1411. Four years later Shadworth, possibly foreclosing on a mortgate, acquired from Styuecle part of the manor of Coppingford, and asked Herries to be party to the transaction as a feoffee. Herries’s own business dealings with Styuecle were,

  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, March 1667, 01 March 1667-31 March 1667

    . to Lionell Walden, Farmer of Excise of co. Huntingdon, for losses sustained by the contagion in the towns of Coppingford, Ramsey and Upton for 27 weeks ended 1666, Sept. 29: as sworn to by Richard Willis, an officer employed

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 1-10, 01 December 1697-10 December 1697

    0 " township of Yelling. 0 4 0 " town of Upton 0 1 6 " town of Upton and Coppingford. 0 2 0 " town of Brampton 0 6 0 " town of Hemingford 0 4 0 " town

    Index, C, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    I. 434. -, Sir Rog., I. 832 (p. 467). Copman Havyn . See Copenhagen. Copper , II. 231 (p. 129). Coppingford (Copyngford), Hunts, II. g. 241 (34-5). Coppyn (Copyn), Mr., alderman of Canterbury, II. 546 (p. 340). -, Wm., I.

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    of Excise for Dorset, Bristol and Middlesex, 292, 301, 322, 341, 468, 477, 482, 483, 678, 684, 704, 732, 735. Coppingford (co. Huntingdon), 732. Copyhold tenements , grants of, 29, 37, 44, 46, 59, 110, 118, 119, 122, 128, 131,

    Index of persons and Places, C

    178. Coppanagh , Cappanagh, Gowran barony, co. Kilkenny, 380. Coppergate , co. York, 196. Coppin , , lands, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 415. Coppingford , co. Hunts., 181. Coquetdale , See Curdale. Corallagh , Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444. Corbet (Corbett), [Andrew ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OTICE is hereby given, that Application is N intended to be made to P'arliainenr, in the next session L Eaitway hereinafte metoad r some of them, With all IV proper Wok a-d onveniecea connected therewith respc-C tiv~ywitin he estRidngof Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leys, Little Stulkeley, Great of ) 10e Stlukeley, Den . Hills, Brouightoni, Alconbury cumn Weston, Bra !r, Alconbury, Upton-cum-Coppingford, Upton, Coppingford'. (th( ry otherwise Copmanford, Little Raveley. Woodwalton, Devil's the a- Wood, Sawtry Saint Judith, Sawtry Mcoigne, otherwise Sawtry said Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weuuington, Wild Goose Leys, Little Stukeley Great aiI- Stukeley, Den Hills, Broughton, Alconuhry onum W~eston, s of Alconbury, Upton-cum-Coppingford,Up ton, Coppingford. the otherwise Copmsanford, Little Raveley. Wotodwalton, Bevil's gnWood, Saiwtry Saintl~udith, Sawtry Moigne, otherwise Sawtry ~ 'esAll Saints. Sawtry Beams, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o v pprfatioInt ~r~mt j UL L, SHEFFIELD, AND MIDLAND plRtR lLWAY.-~~N4Tlcr is hlereby given, that ifajnIS intended to be made to Parliament in the next Ifir leave, to bring in. a bill o il o aigin sia)oig a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Upton, Charles Frederick, eldest son of Mr. W. Willson. Feustanton, to Ann Augusta, third daughter of Steven Whiteman, Esq., Coppingford. Hants. On the 20th inst, at Cambridge, Mr. G. A. Warren, Downs-road, Lower Clapton, to Fanny Susannah, eldest daughter Subscribers-only content

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