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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Passenham PASSENHAM Site of Passenham Village Deanshanger Village

    what was then called Snelshall Farm in Deanshanger to Anthony Carpenter of Deanshanger (whose father had bought the manor of Deanshanger from Spencer's father in 1617 ), 27 together with six cottages in Deanshanger which were not part of the

    List of plates

    . ( Peter Moyse ) Deanshanger , Holy Trinity , by Benjamin Ferrey ( 1854 ). ( Peter Moyse ) Shutlanger , the school-church by Matthew Holding ( 1884-6 ). ( Peter Moyse ) 3. Deanshanger , Carpenter's Almshouses. (

    List of maps

    Hartwell village 177 19. Old Stratford village 179 20. Parish of Passenham 199 21. Site of Passenham village 209 22. Deanshanger village 211 23. Parish of Paulerspury 213 24. Paulerspury village 247 25. Parish of Potterspury 250 26. Potterspury village


    at Deanshanger . Before the 1944 Act Roade and Potterspury had developed a rudimentary senior syllabus within the confines of the elementary code, offering gardening, woodwork and domestic science to the older children. The new schools at Roade and Deanshanger

    Wicken WICKEN Wicken Village

    Deanshanger , 56 was turnpiked under an Act of 1815. 57 In the early 18th century there was an alternative road from Old Stratford through Passenham and Wicken , which followed a course closer to the river, thus avoiding

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HENEAGE, John (c.1485-1557), of Benniworth, Lincs.

    (Ranby?) and Stainton, and in 1539 a lease of West Torrington, all in Lincolnshire. In 1540 he exchanged lands in Deanshanger, Puxley and Wicken, Northamptonshire, and paid nearly £100 for messuages in London, church lands in Lincolnshire, and the house

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Prior's-, Hants, 20 (2). Deane , Reginald, g. 436 (10). -, Robt., p. 552. -, Wm., 24: g. 436 (34). Deanshanger (Densanger) , Ntht., g. 942 (118). Deapyng . See Deeping. Dearyng . See Dering. Debite , lord. See Lisle,

    Index, D, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Wm, i. g. 620 (28), 1081 (52). -, Winifred, i. g. 620 (28). Deanes hundred. See Dengie. Deanmarcke. See Denmark. Deanshanger (Densanger) , Ntht., i. p. 675. Deape. See Dieppe. Decke , Sieur. See Scepperus. Decome , George, ii. 706

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Dudley, Netherton, Old Hill, and Cradley Tramways, the New- port Pagnell and District Tramways, the Wolverton and Stony Stratford (Deanshanger Extension) Tramways, and tbe Worcester Tramwaye, was read a third time and passed. T1E NEW SWORD-BAYONETS. In answer to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    K 25i, Mescfiry office, AKlER (28), had management of country trade, wants similar B Enrgair-ement. A. B., Mr. Masters, Baker, Deanshanger, Pucks. INDER, good bank, ledger. and guard book. seeks per-nnenCY. B Good referncesn. J. S. Garnham, 13, Unity-street, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as most of tile orders for war material for the belli- gerents have. done. FOOTBALL ACCIDENT. Mr. Frelerick Robinson, of Deanshanger, broke I'si collar-bone at Buckieoghrn yesterday in the football mattle of Buckliogham v. Stony, Staat- A STAGE MLANrAGER SENT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11;ilway to Wolverton. From thence her Majesty uIill be escorted by ti- High Sheriff of Bucks through Stony Stratford and Deanshanger (wbero she will be met by a troop of the Bucks Yeomanry) to Buckinghbas. THE PRINCESS AuGUSTA.-Sir Matthew Tierney Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of land in about four hours. In the ploughing the ( work was done mainly with Messrs. Roberts's ploughls, of Deanshanger Works, and some really good work was r '| effected. Mcssrs. XW. Neal and C. CoIgrove, of Winslow,t I Subscribers-only content

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