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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Wixamtree Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of WIXAMTREE.

    not mentioned in Domesday. Thus Moggerhanger was part of the old hamlet of Chalton ; Eastcotts , Cotton End and Fenlake of Harrowden ; while Rowney and Shefford Hardwick were included under Southill , Stanford and Broom and the hamlets

    Parishes Cardington with Eastcotts

    priory possessions in Eastcotts , Fenlake and Harrowden were valued at £1 15 s . 4 d ., 47 and many small grants were afterwards made in all these places. 48 The manor of Fenlake Barns owed service to the

    Hanborough Economic history

    cross, Downhalls, the sawbox, the ladle, White's , the hale hide, bucksfoot, the headless cross, the pit, and the spokeshave. Fenlake , Nye mead, and South mead were drawn with the first nine lots, and Cheyney weir with the last

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Newnham

    another with some lands and water attached; the free use of all waters belonging to the castle, as far as Fenlake , for fishing, navigation and breeding swans; and the right to pasture a certain number of cattle with his

  • * British History Online * *

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    Inquisitions, 1596

    of the said river as well in Newenham al[ia ] s Newneham as in Cardington Escotes al[ia ] s Cotton, Fenlake and Harowden, and all the messuages, mills, farms, lands, rents, woods, commons, waters, rivers, fishings, warrens, courts leet, &

    Charles II, June 11-30, 1672, 11 June 1672-30 June 1672

    Thomas Maynard a House of John Breedon, Sam[p ] ford, Devon. Presbyterian. a 175 John Hind a House of Mr. Fenlake, 3 Cardington parish, Beds. Presbyterian. a 175 John Goldwyer a House of Edmund Young, Romsey. Presbyterian. a 175 Jeremiah Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Barbary, house of, Wolverhampton, licence to Hind , James, house of, Stalbridge, Dorset, licence to John, Presbyterian, and his house, Fenlake, Cardington, Beds, licences to Hinks , Richard, Congregational, and his house, Supton, Staffordshire, licences to Hitcham , Suffolk, rectory Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    co. Middlesex, 155, 157. Fenchurch Street , 89 90, 226 227, 233. Fen Ditton , co. Cambridge, 211, 214, 218. Fenlake , co. Bedford, 235. Fermes House , par. of St. Sepulchre, Newgate, 344. Ferrars Howe , par. of St.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that is to say, Sandy, Pan] and Gtrtford, Hamletend, Blunham, Moggerhangor, Cople, Witl- Lee( orth lington. Elstow, Cardington, the Itastcotte, Fenlake, Harrow- Way ixthi den, Cotton-end, 01dwarden, Willingtoni, Great Barford, pan! Lrth, Renhold, Northill, Goldington, Bedford, Saint Leonards, Saint Line Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lWood End, Church Etid, West D Egnd, Silver End Cardinston, Cardington Cotton End, Car- c dington Cross HIarnowden, E.ast Cotts, Fenlake, Cople, b 3Eilstow, YKempstou. Wiliington, Saint Malry and Saint Hlelens f Elstow, Bedford St. Leonards, Saint Johns, Saint Marys, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ef nd, Church Eid, West cmt Bnd, Silver Eind Cardington, Cardingion Cottoss Etid, Car- No diegtou Cross Ihirroevden, East Cotts, Fenlake, Cople, cot ow, 3;emvston, W~ihlington, Saint Ma~ry and Saint Helens hot Elatew Bedford Si, Leossarde, Saint Johns, Saint Marys, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambridge; Wrestlingvorthi, Eyworth, Daotos, Sutton, Biggleswvade, Northill, Lower Caldecote, Upper Cal- decote, Ickwell, Old Warden, Willington, Cople, Cardington, Harrow- den, Fenlake, Elstow, St. John's Beiford, and St. Mary's Bedford, in tiae county of Bedford, and terminating in the parish of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS. BIRTHS. BELGRAVE.-May 2, at Byde, the wile of Capt. BelztAe, X8M.S- . Rdra, of a daughter. I e e Li DJ VAS.-May2,at Dolwlohcommon, the ifeof C.F. De Eq., of a ion. t y . Subscribers-only content

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