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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Papworth Everard Economic history

    south-west of the village and was separated by Ermine Street from Crabbush (later Woodbrook ) field to the south-east, while Hamden (later Londonbrook) field lay north of Papworth wood. The southeastern corner of the parish was occupied by the 'beasts'

    Parishes Great Hampden

    HAMPDEN Ha(m)dena (xi cent.); Magna Hamden (xiv cent.). The parish of Hampden lies on the slopes of the Chiltern Hills , the greatest height being 7111/2 ft. above the ordnance datum at Hampden House . The subsoil is chalk, 1

    Parishes Chislehampton THE DOYLEY ESTATE IN CHISLEHAMPTON IN. 1628. CAMOISE COURT

    1410, when a 'Beek', perhaps Richard Beke (d. 1418), who left money to Chislehampton chapel, bought it from a certain Hamden . 102 In 1423 John Beke was described as 'gentleman, of Chislehampton ', 103 and the same or a

    Parishes Stoke Lyne STOKE LYNE

    Hampden and not that of Ghilo's other lands, and during the 13th century was held in chief by the De Hamden or De Hameldon family, ancestors of the 17th-century John Hampden . 126 In 1255 Bainton was held of Alexander

    Index

    lton , Tim., prov. of Queen's Coll ., Oxf., 90, 210; Wm., v. of Probus (Cornw.), 92 Halton (Bucks.), 276 Hamden (or Hameldon ), de, Alex. (d. 1264), 317; Alex. (fl. 1279), 317; Edm., 317; fam., 317, 357 Hammond ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by our crui- z-:rs, if she remained at the entrance of the river, site liad run np us high as Hamden, white che had Idiled her guns and mounted tnem an sbure fir her protection. On leaving H.Iifax, it was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 1 Id Harpin, e Hotterfield, Is flee.It. Cosl~asne Beter- arrett............. lieid~blriges.2N. Ohild.eaaed bfBriggs. if. E5 Mitchell, cadI Trl~. . Hamden, at Driver, ? Bkiges..0 o, Si. Clot) a, hbnbian.....0 rWright, notlat ............. 1 ll. B.SwoglsnrsndbBsrrctt,. 8~ Extras..... if. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John's College, Cambrnae. ao was ordained in 1822 by the Bishop of Bath art. being subsequently anpointed curate of a:akcut. Hamden and Mloutacute. He became Vicar :n 1826, aed remained in the Darish till the year 1832, when he -as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cho,,rnvin. T.afF1 W11.LIAMS,&nocrotor.- ardB.BUIIX JLJNUIUN *~U~ki1.~1.i1UNRA ILWY 'l.A. ,Line 4. now PEN from 331-6WO~RTY to B4NBTJUY. 4AUra ejIgc.Wra,. T..ovtr,6Vapptha.., locno. Hamden. hs,, ~ ~ N eltan' dbot '-Mmunlcation via thia Co.uany~. Iii,. LoIt .- )bQR 0.412 'orJLhMpt2.rn We1Im.,boroob Pots,,. bornzt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Albany Feather'tlunhaugh, f And lakes his life at the fleadreanshaushypJ~ There was Willinitetswiok, if And Hardiidiog flick, And Hushie of Hamden, and Will of tlis \Va' 3 - I caune S ell a'. I oumo tell a', St And mnilY Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 December 1788, 17 December 1788

    Mountgomery. ' Grene. ¦ » «' William Ovedale. " William Say, Son and Heir of Lord Cobham. *' Th. Hamden of Hamden. " Thomas Darcy. Rauf Langford. Babyngton. Henry Colet, Alderman of London. Kyngefton, " John C J41 5 Ja Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    Treuwheale: Knutton Heath: Stratton: Snelson: Tean: Stoke under Hamden : St. Wenn : Limber: Stainland: Also, Upon reading the Petition "of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists worshipping at Saxilby Chapel, in the County of Lincoln, Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Wakefield; and Coverack, 55. — Saxilby; Freiston ; Sands-end; Snelston; Stamshaw; Truewheale; Knutton Heath; Stratton; Snelson; Tean ; Stoke under Hamden; St. Wenn; Limber; Stainland; St. Kew; South Clifton; Padstow; Shepton; Beauchamp; Nunnington; St. Martin, Cornwall; Spalding; Midford; Sileby; Fiskerton; Subscribers-only content

    24 July 1834, 24 July 1834

    That the said Petitions do lie on the Abbey Strowry j Church Es¬ tablishment, Petns for Protection of: (Norton sub Hamden :) Martock : Aller: Kingsdon : Charlton Adam & Charlton Mackrell : East Chin- nock : Somerton ; Muchelney Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    ^ Normanby; East Knoyle; Wolverton; West Clandon; and St. Nicholas, Guildford, 840. — Flint ; and Stoke Proper, 850.—Norton sub Hamden ; Martock ; Aller; Kingsdon; Charlton Adam and Charlton Mackrell; East Chinnock; Somerton; Muchelney; Lymington ; Chil- thorne Domer, Subscribers-only content

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