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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Munden

    In 1370 the lord of the manor held a court every three weeks and view of frankpledge. 93 Giffords The manor of GIFFORDS is first heard of in 1473 , when it was held by Ralph Ashley . 94 In

    Dry Drayton Nonconformity

    for not going to church. 62 They probably included five or six men, including three of the Giffords , who with their wives were absent from church c . 1680. 63 John Gifford lent his barn for an Independent minister

    Parishes Gilston

    held in 1702 at New Place , but generally afterwards at the Plume and Feathers Inn . 78 Giffords The manor of GIFFORDS was the holding of a family named Giffard or Gifford who a ppear in Gilston at the

    Dry Drayton Manors

    of the Giffards, recorded at Dry Drayton in the late 14th century, 62 were possibly related to the Giffards or Giffords regularly recorded between 1400 and 1800 as customary tenants on Crowlands manor. 63 About 1600 the name was used

    Dry Drayton Economic history

    copyholds left, totalling at inclosure c . 437 a., of which 134 a. were held of Coventrys. 29 Only the Giffords ' 93 a. was still c . 1800 owner-occupied. 30 One estate of 132 a. had been enlarged between

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GIFFORD, Edward (c.1485-1556), of Wicken, Northants.

    of Cromwell 1537; j.p. Bucks. in 1537. Biography A prominent landed family of Buckinghamshire, the Giffords claimed residence there from the Conquest and by the with century had branches dispersed over other midland counties. As he owned a number of

    ARDERN (ARDEN), Richard (by 1515-62), of Sulgrave and Whitfield, Northants.

    respect of the borough of Brackley, Pope and Welsborne were not Ardern’s only distinguished connexions. He was related through the Giffords to the Wenmans and through them to Sir John Williams, later Baron Williams of Thame, who in 1547 had

    WENMAN, Richard (1524-73), of Witney, Oxon.

    1571-2. Biography Richard Wenman’s father held a lease of the parsonage at Evenley, Northamptonshire, and would inherit Hellidon from the Giffords, while his family’s relationship and association with the Fermors, another family of Witney origin which had risen largely through

    VERNEY, Edmund (1528-58), of Pendley in Tring, Herts.

    valued at £330 a year Edmund Verney inherited one third, including the manors of Pendley and Claydon (leased by the Giffords), a flock of 900 ewes and the household goods at Pendley. His wardship, first acquired by the 2nd Earl

    NORTON, Richard I (c.1530-92), of Rotherfield in East Tisted, Hants.

    of her late husband’ and unaware of what she was doing. Through his second wife, Norton was related to the Giffords of Kings Somborne and the Kingsmills of Sydmonton, with whom he was involved in suits and counter-suits brought in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    , valour of lieutenant of, 353. , , bravery of wife of, 353, 355. , , slain, 353, 355, 411. Giffords , the, 441. Gilbert , , cornet of horse, company of, 462. Gilhilte , Lord of, writes himself Adare, Subscribers-only content

    Warrants etc, August 1699, 26-31, 26 August 1699-31 August 1699

    Col. Frederick Hamilton's Regiment disbanded . Capt. John Moyles 3 s .; Capt. John Porter 3 s .; Lieut. William Giffords 2 s .; Lieut. John Dawson 2 s .; Ensign William Blackeney 1 s . 6 d .; Ensign

    Index of persons and Places, G

    95, 347, 426; regiment of disbanded on half-pay, 450. Giddens , Robert, servant to the late Queen, salary, 373. Gifford (Giffords), Charles, colonel, pension for, 191, 203, 424. -, Fitzmaurice, captain in the Duke of Bolton's regiment, half-pay for, 448.

    Charles I - volume 379, January 18-28, 1638, 18 January 1638-28 January 1638

    value of 800 l . per annum, being the ancient inheritance of his family. He has also the manor of Giffords, and a tenement called Palmer's alias Rawlies in Suffolk, and two tenements in Esse alias Ash [Essen alias Ashen? Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 202 Part 4, December 1598, 01 December 1598-31 December 1598

    Munster, the Cogans, Brunells, Bardolphs, with many more; in Connaught, the Berminghams, Stauntons, Jordans, Mortimers; in Leinster, the Marquis Carey, Giffords, Escotts, [and ] Molyneux ; all very noble, numerous, and valiant families. And, since these late troubles there, the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    11215): Saterda-, 21 p ringhasm; Monday, 23. High Onn; Tuesdav, 24, Chaddes-ea Village; Thursday, 26, Giffords Cross t Saz'dat. 23, E ad-d3 ATfZaERSTOSRP. (at 11).-This day, February 18 i Friday, 20, SrncEkington Gate; Satarday, 2E aur Ball' BR.kUroarrs, DrKE OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drawn. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. ALtainenore (at l1)-Tuis day, February 21, Pattinghama; Monday, 23, High Onn; Tuesday, 24, Chaddesley Village; Thursday, 26, Giffords Cross; Saturday, 28, Enville. ATZERSTONE (at 11).-This day, February 21, Kingsbury W;Food. BZA.urosT's, Du OF (at11).-This day, February 21, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    visited, and the vicar (the Rev. E. J. Wrottesley) gave the visitors interesting information regarding it. The tombs of the Giffords are noticeable featuresin it, and the font dates back to 1,300. One salient point in the architecture of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of water rihts. Mr. 6amsel Gifford. who reported opon- tee property in May, has recently maden second inspection. from Mr. Giffords report given elsewhere it will e seen than on the southerumout lease the gold assays yielded up to 10?r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o raliexa, ShOPIK-eepse said Famsile,. JNI EPPER B5j'KIRg is instructed to sa11 by Auction, at the Saloon, 16, TrinitY-street, Leeds, C, Mondasy next, Augustl Twentls- Remaining ST~~~~~~-IN -TRADE, compr~~~~i SingCc A T 142 silk and sati ties (new patteens, Subscribers-only content

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