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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tyringham with Filgrave

    Filgrave , 91 since his estate a few years later appears as Tyringham with Filgrave . 92 The descent of Filgrave Manor has been identical with that of Tyringham , 93 and Mr. Konig 's estate of Tyringham with

    Newport hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Newport

    above, Astwood , Bletchley , Fenny Stratford , Cold Brayfield , Castle Thorpe , Newton Blossomville , Stony Stratford , Filgrave , Walton , Warrington and Willen are not mentioned in the Domesday Survey, while Caldecote and Tickford in Newport

    Parishes Astwood

    hamlet in 1284 -6, the service of one fee being demanded from both 'vill' and hamlet in conjunction with Lower Filgrave . 55 With Tyringham it was attached to the honour of Newport , the first mention of the overlordship

    House of Cluniac nuns The abbey of Delapre

    , Great Doddington , and Fotheringhay . Edward III . confirmed to the nuns also the churches of Wollaston and Filgrave and the advowson of the church of Fyfield . 3 Among innumerable smaller gifts may be mentioned the grant

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Tickford or Newport Pagnel

    always men of high character. William de Menevere in 1329 was accused of taking the goods of John Kimble of Filgrave . 25 The vicar of Newport Pagnel complained in 1340 that Fulk de Champaigne, then prior, with two others,

    Parishes Lathbury

    in 1279 , 141 and a Richard de Gatesden held in 1302 the quarter fee which lay partly in Upper Filgrave . 142 Before 1346 it had passed into the hands of the two manorial lords in Lathbury , Roger

    Parishes Great Houghton Tresham . Party saltirewise sable and or with six trefoils or . Green , of Drayton . Argent a cross engrailed gules .

    son Robert Dakeney and from Robert to his son Roger, who in 1330 granted his right to John Kynebelle of Filgrave . 131 In 1363-4 John son of Richard (? Houghton ) granted the next presentation (on the death of

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