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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dullingham Par ishes in Radfield hundred in the late 18th century

    Parishes DullinghamDULLINGHAM The parish of Dullingham , 1 covering 3, 387 a., 2 lies 10 miles east of Cambridge and 3 south of Newmarket . It stretches, narrowing gradually south-eastwards, from north-west of the CambridgeNewmarket road to the Suffolk

    List of maps and plans

    Brinkley , Carlton cum Willingham , Dullingham , Stetchworth , and West Wratting , tithe maps of Burrough Green and Westley Waterless , and estate maps of Balsham (Charterhouse muniments), Carlton (C.R.O., R 54/21/1), Dullingham ( Clare Coll . Mun.),

    Radfield hundred Radfield hundred, 1845

    is the county boundary with Suffolk . In 1086 the hundred was composed of seven vills: Balsham , Carlton , Dullingham , Stetchworth , Weston , and Wratting were each assessed at 10 hides, and Burrough and Westley together made

    Parishes Stetchworth

    built there. North-west of the village the parish is crossed by the Dullingham-Newmarket road , which crosses the dyke at Dullingham Gap . Until inclosure two roads ran roughly parallel for most of the length of the parish between the

    Analysis of hearth tax assessments

    Burrough Green 24; Dullingham 35, 5 of whom were living in town houses; Stetchworth 17; Westley 6; Weston Colville 7. Damaged 1674 certificates survive for Balsham , Brinkley , Burrough Green , Carlton cum Willingham , Dullingham , Stetchworth ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JEAFFRESON, Christopher (1699-1749), of Dullingham, Cambs.

    (1699-1749), of Dullingham, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridge 28 Dec. 1744 1747 Cambridge 6 May 1748 18 Jan. 1749 Biography Christopher Jeaffreson succeeded to estates in the West Indies and Suffolk, acquired by his great-uncle, John Jeaffreson, who migrated to Antigua

    CAMP, John (d.c.1395), of Cambridge and Dullingham, Cambs.

    CAMP, John (d.c.1395), of Cambridge and Dullingham, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridge Feb 1388 Cambridge 1391 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cambridge Nov. 1383, May 1384. Biography Camp came from a family settled at Dullingham, a few miles east of Cambridge. In

    WYKES, Thomas (d.c.1430), of Stechworth, Cambs.

    dealings with the earl of Oxford’s uncle, Sir Aubrey de Vere (in connexion with the de Veres’ estate at nearby Dullingham). The shire knight would seem, however, to have been a different person.[footnote] Whether or not this was the case,

    CAMP, Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs.

    1396 and, in the same year, received seisin of some of his lands about ten miles away from Cambridge, at Dullingham. But the family of Camp was a prolific one, and there were other Thomas Camps alive at this time.[footnote]

    WINGFIELD, Anthony I (c.1554-1605), of Letheringham, Suff. and Goodwins Hoo, Suff.

    to enjoy the revenue. Sir Thomas, to whom he owed £300, was to have the rent from the manor of Dullingham, Cambridgeshire, and armour, a tent and ‘implements of war’. There were several legacies to relatives-for example, £200 to Anthony

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