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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Waterbeach Economic history

    presumably lay in the Denny closes. In the 16th and 17th centuries the Denny Abbey demesne farm had c . 250 a. in the open fields; all was said c . 1617 to lie in Denny field, which in 1630

    Waterbeach Manors and other estates

    following disputes, Denny and Elmney were granted in 1176 for an annual rent of 4 marks, 72 still being paid in the early 14th century. 73 3 Ely released it to Denny abbey in 1362 . 74 Denny manor had

    Waterbeach Local Government

    Waterbeach Local Government Local government In the 1290s both Waterbeach and Denny manors had view of frankpledge. Under Henry III 's charter to the Templars Denny manor also had waifs and strays and felons' goods. 33 Waterbeach manor's right to

    Waterbeach Church

    after 1540 paid by the Denny demesne lessee, it was by the 18th century reckoned to arise from the lands which he occupied rather than from Waterbeach manor farm. 8 About 1630 the former Denny land was in practice tithe

    Madingley Local government

    From 1600 the Hindes obtained a lease of the bishop's jurisdiction at Madingley . 88 In the early 15th century Denny abbey as successor to the liberties held by the Templars still held courts for tenurial business for its Madingley

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DENNY, Sir Robert (d.1419), of London and Barham in Linton, Cambs.

    dower portion. Denny seems to have taken a personal interest in the Cambridgeshire property only until about 1399; by that date he and his wife had transferred their life tenancy of Barham to John Fordham, bishop of Ely.[footnote]Meanwhile, Denny had

    DENNY, Edward (c.1547-1600), of Bishop's Stortford, Herts. and Tralee, co. Kerry.

    told Burghley that Denny ‘had put his plough deepest in the ground and I cannot but recommend him to your good favour’. But Sir William Herbert, another undertaker, told Burghley that Denny ‘measured conscience by commodity’. Denny claimed that no

    DENNY, Edward (1796-1889), of Tralee Castle, co. Kerry.

    DENNY, Edward (1796-1889), of Tralee Castle, co. Kerry. Constituency Dates Tralee 1818 May 1819 Ofifces Held Sheriff, co. Kerry 1827-8. Biography The Denny family estate in county Kerry included most of the borough of Tralee, of which they were parliamentary

    DYNNE, Henry.

    possibilities are:EITHERHenry Denny or Dennis of Padstow, Devon, being 4th s. of Thomas Denny or Dennis of Holcombe Burnell and Bicton by Janor, da. of Philip Loveday of Cheston. m. Alice, da. of Thomas Williams, at least 2s.ORHenry Denny or

    DENNY, Sir Edward, 3rd bt. (?1774-1831), of Kingsend House, Powick, Worcs.

    Denny, rector of Shedfield, Hampshire; Henry Denny of Church Hill, rector of Annagh, county Kerry; and Anthony Denny, incumbent of the family living of Tralee and later archdeacon of Ardfert, who in 1887 wrote a Brief Account of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    example of John Hampden, and resist tie imposition of such taxes. (Loud cheers.) He proposed, that the amount of the Denny subscription, set on foot by Dr. Watson .(6. 14s. td.) should be devoted to tite payment of the expelle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Topographical works. Each number will contain nott less than tw o sheets of Letterpress, closely printed in double columns on Denny Quarto paper, accomponied by a beautiful Map from the very best autbairites, and emnbellished with four intereting County views. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that have ever ornamented the bench in England. Some of his judgments are models of judicial perspicuity and acuteness. At Denny, on the 17th ult., at the age of gs, Mrs. Margaret Stewart, relict of Mr. J.-Hall. This venerable matron Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Not decided. ROSS. Talbot (R) . . 22 Tottenham (T) . 9 The first returned. TSALEE. M. O'Connell . 85 Denny (T) . 81 The former elected. WATERFORD. Wyse (R) . 399 Barron (R) . 330 Christmas (T) . 251 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Further down the Severn Seas, the wide waves of King's Road, and the entrance to the Bristol river, with the Denny rock rising abruptly into notice, and lying like some vast monster of the mighty deep, as if asleep upon Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. The racking of Anne Askew, her answere to Lacels letter, her confession.

    of Hertford sent yt me. And an other in a violet coat gaue me viij. shillings, and sayd my lady Denny sent it me. Whether it were true or no, I cannot tell. For I am not sure who sent

    Book 5, page 879 (1563)

    of those lordes before named, and also of the maister of the horse that now is. For he and maister Denny were present at the same. And after this commaundement, the sayd Erle doth not remember, that the counsell did

    Book 5, page 871 (1563)

    late M. of the horse, for maister Denny, for the maister of the horse that now is, and for the said Lorde Paget. at that time his secretary: And then willed Maister Denny to fetch his testament: Who bringeth fourth

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churche.

    knew non. Then they asked me of my lady of Suffolk, my lady Sussex, my Lady of Hertford, my Lady Denny & my lady Fizwilliams. I said, if I should pronoūce any thing against them, þt I were not able

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    deponent saith that he hath heard it sondry times reported by the Duke of Somerset, the Erle of Warwycke, maister Denny and others, that kynge Henry theyght woulde in no wyse haue the sayde byshop, after his death to be


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