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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parishes of Aylesbury hundred Aston Clinton

    of the 12th century the manor of DUNDRIDGE was held by Henry de Crokesley of William de Clinton. 138 Henry granted land with the consent of his heir from his tenement in Dundridge to the abbey of Missenden in the

    Parishes Chilton Candover

    sale are the following:-'The Breaches, Chilton Wood , Dundridge , Shilton Warren and South Downs .' 3 'The Breaches' is preserved in Breach Farm and Breach Cottages, and Chilton Wood and Dundridge Copse still retain their old names. Manor In

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BALDWIN, John (1468/69-1545), of Aylesbury, Bucks.

    after the Countess of Salisbury and her son Lord Montagu had been attainted, he paid £796 for their manors of Dundridge and Ellesborough. His Buckinghamshire property was valued in his inquisition at £200 a year.[footnote]By his will, which he made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mostly from the tenants. Mr. Robert IHarvey, who had already bought the Lower Bowden estate, has added the lands of Dundridge, near Totnes, at a cost of £40,000.: and has also purchased the Cornish manor of Trenworab, famous for wodecock. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DADLEV, Redeliff Street, Bristol, cutler, lately trading under the style of R. Dadley, but nose as Ii. Dadley. SAmuec. Tarxit, Dundridge Farm, St. Georige, loucestershire. farmer and pig bustcher. TlirOIA JNvoerL, Stokes Croft, BiAtol, cabinet-mnaker and sapholsterer. s&mtuis Simmrs, late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    h bounters' Flat 3.25 AnsrrvD.-MarquIs Tavorn, Cor Caroli, Glenapp, Sinbad, Riisg Archibong, Lioness, Black Prises, Red lHusiar, Kinsonti Willie, Gargoyle, Dundridge, Mirth, Boisterons, Punjaub, I Boceacci, Trumpeter, Frigate, Goslista, uBaice, Blood, Orasige, Referee, Rufus, Bolero, Master Mariner, Clonmel, Elias, Blood- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the c Ohilian properties, become millionaires, and in Robert Harvey's case purchase a sumptuous mansion at Palace d Gate and "Dundridge," in South Devon, become a a justice of the peace for the county, a deputy-lieutenant for the City of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of October 6, savs:-" I have to-day seen and tasted strawberries, raspberries, and oranges ripened in the open air at Dundridge, the residence of 3Mr. Robert Harvey. Of the two first there was a considerable quantity." The late dry weather Subscribers-only content

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