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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Henwood

    three only reman.' Lady Joan Fokerham, one of the three sisters, was appointed prioress in the following month. 10 Alice Higford was prioress in 1535 , when the Valor Ecclesiasticus was taken. The clear annual value of this priory was

    Parishes Alderton with Dixton

    William Higford , 99 the puritan and author of the Institutions, or advice to his grandson . William was succeeded at his death in 1657 100 by that grandson, John Higford , son of John (d. 1635). 101 John Higford


    to William Higford . 89 It was owned by the same or another William Higford in 1640 , and later by Thomas Higford (d. 1651) and by Edward Higford (fl. 1658). By 1660 it belonged to Dorothy Higford , a

    Parishes Aldermaston

    1847 or 1848 by Daniel Higford Burr, who pulled down and rebuilt Aldermaston Court, which had been partially burnt in 1843 . 91 He was succeeded by his son, who took the additional name of Higford , and the latter


    Dissolution the house with some lands in the parish descended with the Llanthony manor estate in the Porter, Scudamore, and Higford families. 118 The bulk of that estate lay in South Hamlet , though John Scudamore , Viscount Scudamore ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HIGFORD, Robert (c.1530-72).

    HIGFORD, Robert (c.1530-72). Constituency Dates Aldeburgh 1571 Ofifces Held Servant of the Duke of Norfolk by July 1565. Biography Whatever his origins, Higford was brought in for Aldeburgh through the patronage of his master the Duke of Norfolk, who was

    HIGFORD, John (1529-1607), of Dixton in Alderton, Glos.

    HIGFORD, John (1529-1607), of Dixton in Alderton, Glos. Constituency Dates Buckingham 1558 Ofifces Held Commr. sewers, Glos. 1554; j.p. 1558/59-?d.; sheriff 1572-3, 1585-6. Biography John Higford came of a branch of the Warwickshire family that had been established at Dixton

    HIGFORD, John (c.1551-1612), of Dixton, Glos.

    was the younger John Higford whom Brydges twice returned for Cricklade: the 1572 indenture describes him as ‘junior’ and the father was sheriff during the election of 1586.[footnote]In 1595, together with Edmund and Thomas Harewell, Higford paid £700 for lands

    HUGFORD, John (1543-1602), of Henwood, Warws.

    the site and possessions of Henwood priory in the parish of Solihull, the last of whose prioresses was a Joan Higford. He was presumably returned to Parliament at Warwick in 1593 through his local family influence, and may have been

    FETTIPLACE, George (1531/32-77), of the Middle Temple, London and Coln St. Aldwyn, Glos.

    acquired in Gloucestershire and elsewhere to his wife for life, with remainder to his eldest son John, then 16. He named his wife executrix and his brothers-in-law John Higford and Edward Poole, his mother and his cousin William Poole overseers.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sounding the electors. If lie should not oppose Messrs Herries and Bonham, that duty will be discharged by anntber-Reformer. Hereford.-Mr Higford Burr, a Conservative, will oppose the two members, Messrs Clive and Biddulph. liertfor-d.-No opposition appears likely to be given Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Potchett II Yorke Searlett, M.P. 5 5 The Rev. Janie Vise. Barrington, M.P. 5 0 Donne. D.D. - 55 D. Higford Burr, Eaq. F. Bradley, Esq. - - 5 5 M.P. - - 2 0 Simon Hu chinson, J. Creed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    making her the mother of seven children in It montit. MARRIED. On the 18tb inst. at St Marytebone Chltrol,, Daniel Higford Darall Burr, Esq., M. , of Gayton, llerefordohire, to Annea Margarctta, only iangbter of the late Captain Edward Scobell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Assistant Under-Secretary at the Foreign Office, on Saturday, at Aldermarston court, near Reading, while out shooting with Mr D. Higford Burr and a party of friends. One of the party, in firing, accidentally discharged his gun, and one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    qaick counster trd-deee 2, Dalil Poeh. c343 311I E (General).-Wnedb aMn 2e 7, S1tuation. Three good~'S~ referecsApyt T ~ ice, Higford Mlill, near MLLNR.-R-erggameitSegond Hammd, gtood ciese trade. M Three yodirs n ulf experenc.-Addresu, 968, Dolly Peat. dli4 PITIANIST (Lady), Subscribers-only content

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