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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cottenham Charities for the poor

    Cottenham Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR John Moreton , by deed of 1671, gave half the rental of houses in Holborn ( Lond. , formerly Mdx.) for poor relief and for apprenticing in Cottenham . 27 In

    Cottenham Nonconformity

    Cottenham Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY Although nonconformist preachers found ready listeners in Cottenham in the late 17th century, separate congregations were slower to form than in neighbouring villages and it was only in the 19th century that Cottenham became a prominent centre

    Rampton Nonconformity

    used for prayer meetings, with occasional services and sermons. 25 By 1877 Baptists were using a cottage room, served from Cottenham . 26 After it burned down in 1883 summer open-air services were held on the green. In 1902 a

    Rampton Education

    sent to schools in Cottenham and Willingham in 1923 and the school closed in 1963 with 20 pupils. 39 Proc. C.A.S . lxx. 176-7; Alum. Cantab. to 1751, s.v. Whiskins, Rob. Rest of para. based on Cottenham Village Coll .

    Cottenham Education

    play groups. 26 Proc. C.A.S . lxx. 148-9. Hist. of educ. in Cottenham treated in Cottenham Village Coll . Local Hist. Group, Char. Sch. to Village Coll .: Cottenham , Rampton , Willingham . Camd. Misc . xii. 209. Inscr.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HYNDE, Francis (c.1530-96), of Madingley, Cambs. and Aldgate, London.

    Lincolnshire. Hynde added to his inheritance by buying church lands: in 1563 he paid nearly £1,200 for the manor of Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, and the advowson of Westerkale rectory in Lincolnshire, formerly the property of Crowland abbey.[footnote]Between 1552 and the accession

    PEPYS, John (c.1657-96), of Holy Trinity, Cambridge and St. Andrew’s, Holborn

    common councilman 1679, alderman 1684–Apr. 1688, Oct. 1688–d., mayor 1689–90. Biography Pepys’s grandfather, a younger son of John Pepys of Cottenham in Cambridgeshire, ancestor of the diarist, had established a branch of the family in Essex, but the Member himself,

    BRUNNE (BRUN), John (d.c.1405), of Willingham, Cambs.

    meantime. Certainly, whereas he and others had applied to Chancery for permission to endow a chapel in All Saints’ church, Cottenham, causing an official inquiry to be held in November 1403, when the King’s licence was eventually issued in July

    FREVILLE, George (c.1502-79), of Isleham and Little Shelford, Cambs.

    commissions 1553-9; retained of counsel, duchy of Lancaster 1548-76; steward, manor of Great Marlow, Bucks. by 1549, manors of Barwell, Cottenham, Fulbourn and Graveley, Cambs., Great Stukeley, Hemingford Grey, Old Hurst and Woodhurst, Hunts. Nov. 1553-d.; dep. high steward, Cambridge

    PEPYS, Charles Christopher (1781-1851), of 13 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, Mdx.

    within two years, thanks to a fortunate concatenation of circumstances, attained the pinnacle of his profession, taking his title from Cottenham in Cambridgeshire.[footnote] Joseph Jekyll, playing on that village"s fame for its cream cheeses, joked that Pepys, "being bread to

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 11th December 1845

    could not undertake to form a Govt. Ld Lansdowne stood out for a fixed duty, so did Ld Palmerston. Lords Cottenham , Grey & Clarendon, & Messrs Labouchere, Baring, Macauley, &c - were quite of his opinion. With respect to

    Tuesday 30th June 1846

    in the Stamp Duty. As regards men & offices Ld John has consulted with Lds Lansdowne , Palmerston, Clarendon, & Cottenham , who were of opinion that the Liberal member's of Sir Robert Peel's Cabinet ought to be induced to

    Tuesday 3rd September 1844

    confirmed the verdict by 11, out of 13. There are 5: Lyndhurst, Brougham, Cottenham , Campbell - Denman. The 2 first, were agreed to confirm the verdict. Cottenham & Campbell it was believed would, owing to party feeling, note for

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cartwright,.Okehampton, Devonshire, innkeeper. Attornies, Mr. Brutton, Old Broad-street. J. Shaw, Oldham, Lancashire, machine-maker. Attornies, Mr. Chippindale, Crane-court, Fleet-street. H. Fullstone, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, auctioneer. Attor. nies, Messrs. Smith, Hatton-garden. J. Stoker, Doncaster, tinman. Attorney, Mr. Taylor, John- street, Bedford-row. SATURDAYS LONDON Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiAN&i~UPU'. T. G'rav, Jer. Cottenham, Carnbridg.shir*s butbher.; itor- lie", Mr. CrO4",chgi"c-Iyi4Wn'ei J. W bite. Bletclingey, Strty, Faxrmer. Atibrnies,. Mlesrs. Weirlirnea and Coi. Bianrimd# ees, BtWt1ia'siwroad& T. Abbey,,Pockliirigon, utrksbir'e, ironmonger. Aftorneys ML. Evaus, tialton-garden. G. Neale, Grantham, Lincoinshijrecbuitdde. Attorniee, MeseTie Stucker Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. and W. Lowe and Co. Termpe. T. Salter, Geist, Norfolk, far ner. Attorney Mr. Burbor, Fetter- lrale. T. Saintey, Cottenham, Cambridgeshire, dealer. Attorney, MC, Robiutiro, Hialf-Moon-street, Piccadilly. J. lledley and T. F. Wills, Sunderland, atlip-ownera. Attorney, Mr. Beverley, Temple. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER. CHAT. LITISIT OpPPaRssSoN.-There are precedents to be found, through the annals of our Indian Empire, for the formation ofthe most perfect vode of tyranny, in every department,-legislative,judicial, and executive,-that ever entered into the dreams of intoxicated power.-mloore's Life Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Privy Council, and his subsequent appointment as Master of the Rolls; three peerages having been conferred-the barony of Cottenham, county Cam- bridge, on the Lord Chancellor; that of Baroness Stratheden, of Cupar, county Fife, on Lady Campbell, the Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edwardus Leedes, 11/4/1581

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Leedes Forename Edwardus Title Qualification LLD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 11/4/1581 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Cottenham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cox, Richard/Ely 1559- 1581 Comment

    Henricus Compton, 24/11/1674

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Compton Forename Henricus Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 24/11/1674 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Cottenham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, MS Add. 2953 (Miscellaneous) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laney, Benjamin/Ely 1667- 1675 Comment

    not given Fitzwilliams, 27/5/1691

    DETAIL Surname Fitzwilliams Forename not given Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Deprivation Date 27/5/1691 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Cottenham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, MS Add. 2953 (Miscellaneous) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Turner, Francis/Ely 1684- 1690 Comment

    Fitzwilliams, 22/4/1691

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 244481 Linked to person: Fitzwilliam, John 1663-1691 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fitzwilliams Forename Title Dr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Deprivation Date 22/4/1691 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Cottenham//Ely

    Thomas Greene, 23/6/1780

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Greene Forename Thomas Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 23/6/1780 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Cottenham// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/14 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Ely 1771- 1781 Comment

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.2497

    Outcome: Date: 1602 - 1602 People & Places Participant: James Gray [Gray] Role: undefined Details: male; yeoman Location: Cottenham (Cambridgeshire) Place(s): Cottenham (Cottnam) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Gregory Hermitage [Armitage] Role: undefined Details: male; gentleman Location: Dewsbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Kirklees

    CP.H.5034

    Keresforth Hill (Keresforth Hill, Kerisforth Hill) : undefined Location: Topcliffe (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Topcliffe (Topcliffe, Topliffe) : undefined Location: Cottenham (Cambridgeshire) Place(s): Cottenham (Cottnam) : undefined Location: Cambridgeshire Location: Dewsbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Kirklees Hall (Kirklees) : undefined Location: Appleby (Lincolnshire) Place(s):

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 December 1830, 14 December 1830

    Lord Chancellor. Repeal of. Coals carried Coastwise, Torquay for Repeal of Duty on. Slavery, Petitions for Abolition of: (Bunting- ford:) Cottenham : Brechin: Inhabitants, Earl's Colne : Baptists, Earl's Colne; Colne Engain. Reform of Parliament, in favor of. Upon reading Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    of Comberton, - - - _ of Connington, - - - of Cookharo, - - - of Coton, - of Cottenham, - - of Cranfield, ofCroxton, - - - of Croydon cum Clapton, of Dry Drayton, of DuUingham, - - Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    of Collingham, - - Becher, of Comberton, - - Pym, of Connington, - - Pym, 1 of Gotham Becher, of Cottenham, - - Pym, of Cromwell, - - Becher, of Croxton, Pym, of Croydon cum Clapton, Pym, of Dry Drayton, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Buckingham Chapel, Pimlico; Ebenezer Chapel, Newcastle; Barwick in Elmet; Carnew; Clapham; Honley; Northowram; Lyme Regis; and Holbeach, 169.—Bunting- ford ; Cottenham; Brechin ; Inhabitants, Earl's Colne; Baptists, Earl's Colne; and Colne Engain, 172. — Chelsea, ibid.—Neatishead; Sheringham; Walkhampton ; Pakefield Subscribers-only content

    5 June 1834, 5 June 1834

    constitutional Powers " with which they are invested in the Maintenance of " the Pk fromT»p- Syfor 1 Protestant Dissenters, Pet"8 for Relief: (Great Suf¬ folk St. Cha pel, South- watk:) Cottenham East Ret¬ ford: Harlow: f ickford have ring: Subscribers-only content

 

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