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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wormingford Local government

    1706 the highway surveyors were found to have been using rate- payers' money illegally to repair the private road to Garnons (then called Gardner farm), which was occupied by one of them. 32 In 1795, during the Napoleonic Wars, Wormingford

    Parishes Great Munden

    to have become merged in the m ain manor. The moated farm-house called Brockholds probably represents the manor-house. Garnons or Henry-At -Danes GARNONS or HENRY-AT-DANES , of which no trace now remains, probably took its name from the family who

    Wormingford Manors and other estates

    original projecting upper storey, now underbuilt. 18 The overlordship of the manor or estate of GERNONS or Gerners, later called Garnons , was held, as was Wormingford Hall , as part of the barony of Stansted Mountfichet by the de

    Wormingford Introduction Wormingford 1838

    Road , where there is a sand bank in the middle of the river. 39 A ford further east near Garnons has also been suggested, but seems less likely. 40 The Church Road ford was replaced before 1802 by a

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Little Leighs

    Tyrell and Wentworth in succession. In an inquisition of 1450 it is stated that it belonged to the manor of Garnons in Wormingford . 4 The priory acquired property rapidly, and its possessions mentioned in the Taxation of 1291 amount

  • * British History Online * *

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    Bridge House

    lease to Garnons, of the house wherein Haynes dwelt; that the lease had been made to Garnons by order of the City, having been previously offered to Haynes at a lower rate, and refused; the passing of Garnon's lease in

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 02-05 April 1571, 02 April 1571-05 April 1571

    c. This Day the House was called ; and thereupon Edward Lewkenor, John Bullock, Nicholas Plumtree, Edward Goodwyn, and John Garnons, Gentlemen, are commanded to attend the Order of this House To-morrow next; for that the House being this Day

    Index, G, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    Alderman of Chester, 65. Garnet , Henry, the Provincial of the Jesuits, 318. Garnons : John, letter from, 132. , papers delivered to, 135. Luke, 164. Garnons (Hereford), letter dated at, 132. Garstang (Garstrang, co. Lanc.), parish of, 123. Gascar

    Cases before the Committee, September 1652, 01 September 1652-30 September 1652

    Roger Garnons, Aymestrey, Co. Hereford, and the Claimants on his Estate. Vol. G No. or p. 15 Sept. 1652. Wm. Kinnard, of Wellington, begs allowance of his title to lands in Aymestrey and Wigmore, assigned to him by Garnons, for Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    125. her brother, 125. Gardyner , George, dean of Norwich, 145. Garfet , John, clerk, 291. Garin , Francesco, 126. Garnons , Mr., 109. Garrard , Roger, 194, and see Gerrard. Garro , Don Miguel de, 262 (2). Garter ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn gweiuidogaethu yn Egremont oedd yn bur gydnabyddus A hi. DAVIES.-lonawr 28ain, yn 83 mlwyfdd oed, Mr. Wm. Davies, llwythwr, Garnons st., Caernarfon. Bu yn aelod dichlynaidd a ffyddlawn gyda'r Methodistiaid Calfinaidd yn eglwys Moriah am yr ysbaid maith o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRRENHEAD. AGORIAD CAPEL NEWYDD Y3 ANNIBTNWyR. Gcade Prydt)hawn dydd Sadwro c.,n y diveddaf,agorwyd Mal c upechod, yr hwa si dd adeilad ysbIenyd&, me vn Ticovyfeus a pharchus. Sail yr adeilad ar yr ochr ddieh a i Clifton-road. ger y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent. HANSON-COTTERELL.-April 27, Newton Byron Hanson, Esq., to Sarah Franes fourth daughterof the late Sir J. G. Cotterell, Bart., of Garnons, Herefordshire FANSHAWE-HAllDING.-April 27, Captain Charles Fanshawe, ME., to Grieild4 Emma, only child of Colonel Harding, l.E. teat s. ROSE-April Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Hanbury, Mr King, and Mr Blakemore, the sitting members, have issued addresses seeking re-election. Sir H. G. Cotterell, of Garnons, has been requested to come forward to support Lord Palmerston, and has consented to do so. HERTFORDoSIRE.-The 'Heortford Mercury' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS. - ------ T ATRE ROY -AL.COSED until August7, for A -00t . BANE CHOLIDA, August 7, "YOUTH." A PRINCE OF WALES THEATRE. i6 Last N;6ht of Mr. WALTER BENTLEY and Mr. T. 0. 1ING. 3 LE( Ttag Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 February 1794, 10 February 1794

    in their great Wifdom, " mail feem meet; and that Daniel Garnons, Clerk, tf may be required to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Daniel Garnons may have a Copy of the faid Appeal, and do Subscribers-only content

    25 February 1794, 25 February 1794

    Bill, do fign the fame. Dux Portland* Dux Bridgewater. Comes Stamford. Comes Glafgow. Comes Stanhope. Vifcount Sydney. PRAYERS. Barnard againft Garnons. Haftin-rs' Trial, Mtf- fage from H.C. for W. Larkins to be fum- moned. C! Adjourn. D IE Mercurii, 2C0 Subscribers-only content

    24 October 1796, 24 October 1796

    Caufe wherein Boldero Barnard Barnard fi i All d Dil G Clk i R aift Efquire, is Appellant, and Daniel Garnons, Clerk is Re¬ fpondent, be heard by Counfel at the Bar on Tuefday Garnons- the 8th Day of November Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1796, 1 December 1796

    general, and the Lord Advocate for Scotland. Ordered* That the Caufe wherein Boldero Barnard--, Barnard Efquire, is Appellant, and Daniel Garnons, Clerk, is Re- fl fpondent, be heard by Counfel at the Bar, on Monday next. Dominus Cancellarius declaravit preefens Subscribers-only content

    6 December 1796, 6 December 1796

    That the Hearing of the Caufe wherein Barnard Boldero Barnard Efquire is Appellant, and Daniel againft Garnons Clerk, is Refpondent, which ftands appointed Garnons. for this Day, be put off to Monday the 19th Day of this inftant December. Ordered, Subscribers-only content

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