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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Haversham

    The Manor House , Haversham The tenants who held Haversham in the 12th century took their name from the place. Robert and Nicholas de Haversham are mentioned in 1174 -7. 13 In 1190 Hugh de Haversham rendered account of 30

    Parishes Little Linford

    m. 37 d. The pedigree is faulty, for Nicholas was grandson of Hugh de Haversham , being the son of his son and heir Nicholas (see Haversham ). Cal. Inq. p.m . ( Edw. II ), vi, 425. De Banco

    Parishes Easthampstead

    books and MSS. including the letters and papers of Sir William Trumbull. South Hill Park , the property of Lord Haversham , was owned at the commencement of the 19th century by George Canning , the celebrated statesman, 3 and

    Parishes Hardmead

    warren in 1318 . 21 He died in 1325 , 22 and his widow Maud , daughter of Nicholas de Haversham , 23 afterwards held lands in Hardmead in dower. 24 His son John de Olney , said to be

    Parishes Plaitford

    paid a fine for having the custody of Richard's heir, 11 and in 1233 -4 she demised to Nicholas de Haversham for eight years all her dower in Grimstead for the meadows of Widimead, Alderbury and Exmead. 12 Richard 's

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 Poplar and Blackwall.

    this pious Work was chiefly advanced by those vey worthy Gentlemen, Mr. Maurice Thompson , from whom the present Lord Haversham is descended, and Mr. Thomas Tomlins , whom I must by and by mention again: Who partly by their

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robertus Newman, 0/0/1662

    114082 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Newman Forename Robertus Title Mr Qualification MA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1662 Office/Status Rector Location Haversham// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, L.C. V, ff. 22-221 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment

    William Gardner, 6/4/1802

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 16106 Linked to person: Gardner, William 1759-1802 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Gardner Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 6/4/1802 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Haversham//Bucks

    John Cooke, 18/5/1824

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 17182 Linked to person: Cooke, Edward 1795-1824 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Cooke Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 18/5/1824 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Haversham//Bucks

    John Fisher, 21/12/1827

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 17387 Linked to person: Fisher, John 1824-1827 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fisher Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 21/12/1827 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Haversham//Bucks

    John Macherness, 28/10/1775

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22303 Linked to person: Mackerness, John 1736-1775 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Macherness Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 28/10/1775 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Haversham//Bucks

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 June 1698, 15 June 1698

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. \ " panf, and the more effectual preventing the Frauds " Diffentient. A 1698. py, pg " lent Importation of Luftrings and Alamodes;" which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. pi fora Subscribers-only content

    4 April 1700, 4 April 1700

    " of April, One Thoufand Seven Hundred. By Command of their Lordfhips. M BURCHETT. Vol. XVI. " J. Bridgewater. " Haversham. ** D. Mitchell. " Geo. Churchill." Jy es Comes Bridgewater, Orator Procerum, de- claravit prjefens Parliamentum continuandum elfe ufque Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1700, 10 April 1700

    toms relating to Trade, which may be ufeful to the « Sandwich. Commiffioners of Trade : " Say & Seale. Haversham. " Southampton. It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo- « Howard." ral in Parliament affembled, That the Subscribers-only content

    19 June 1701, 19 June 1701

    13 Will. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 761 " One, refolved, That the Earl of Portland, by nego- *' tiating and concluding the Treaty of Partition, was "guilty of a high Crime and Mifdemeanor; and, pur- " Subscribers-only content

    31 December 1701, 31 December 1701

    3 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A, 170 r< for King of England and other Your Majefty's Realms and Dominions, which we take to be the higheft In¬ dignity that can be offered to Your Sacred Majefty and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Swan Hwoel, Newport Pagnell, for the purpose of forming an association for the protection of agribulture. Mr E. Greaves, of Haversham, wasscalled o the chair, and said that he thought the farmeris had remained' quiet much too long. Resolutions were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Colonel Berry, included also many of the aris- tocracy, amongst whom were theCountess of Anglesea, Sir Thomas Overbury, and Lady Haversham, whilst amongst Owen's most intimate friends were Lord Orrery, Lord Willoughby, Lord Wharton, the Earl of Berkeley, and Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Huses during a free conference. In 1701 Sir. Harcourt reported that at such a conference expressions were used by Lord Haversham which had been immediately objected to by Sir Christopher Muegrave, and which the managers thought to be so great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    w"ill continue his-studies at the University for three yearf.-! Last vcelc a shoecking murder was committed nt th village ,of Haversham, in Buokinghamshlre, The Ivictim was a boy named NEWBURY, who was at work in a field with a man Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found guilty of a public nui- sance, by keeping cattle at large in the hili-ways * within the parish of Haversham ; and was sell- . tenced by the Court to be imprisoned in teme house a of correction for Subscribers-only content

 

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