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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Podington and Hinwick

    a well. In 1086 Turstin the Chamberlain held 1 hide 3 virgates of land in Hinwick , which later became known as HINWICK MANOR or HINWICK HALL , and had formerly belonged to Godwin Frambolt, a thegn. 31 Until the

    Parishes Farndish

    is Thomas de la Huse, who at the time of the Testa held half a knight's fee here and in Hinwick . 12 By 1278 he had been succeeded by Geoffrey de la Huse, who held 3 hides of land

    Parishes Wymington or Wimington

    Livesay . 43 This manor appears to have followed the same descent as Hinwick (q.v.) until its sale to Mr. John Goosey in 1767 . 44 Unlike Hinwick , however, it has since remained in the Goosey family, the present

    The hundred of Willey Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of WILLEY .

    THE PARISHES OF BIDDENHAM ODELL BLETSOE PAVENHAM BROMHAM PODINGTON with HINWICK CARLTON SHARNBROOK CHELLINGTON SOULDROP FARNDISH STAGSDEN FELMERSHAM with RADWELL STEVINGTON THURLEIGH HARROLD TURVEY WYMINGTON 1 The hundred of Willey included, in the Survey of 1086, Carlton , Chellington ,

    Parishes Yelden

    , Chellington , Turvey and Ludgershall fees 9 had formed part of the Bishop of Coutances' lands at Domesday, whilst Hinwick , Holcote, Biddenham , Northill , Southill and Roxton had been attached to Walter Espec's lands 10 ; that

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 18, 21 December 1705, 21 December 1705-21 December 1705

    a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for vesting in Trustees the Manor of Hinwick , and several Lands and Hereditaments in Hinwick, Podington, Wymington, Strixton , and Woolaston , in the Counties of Bedford and Northampton ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 18, 8 January 1706, 08 January 1706-08 January 1706

    a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act for vesting in Trustees the Manor of Hinwick , and several Lands and Hereditaments in Hinwick, Podington , * Wynington, Strixton , and Woolaston , in the Counties of Bedford and

    House of Lords Journal Volume 18, 4 February 1706, 04 February 1706-04 February 1706

    Guilford reported from the Lords Committees, the Bill, intituled, "An Act for vesting in Trustees several Lands and Hereditaments in Hinwick , in the Parish of Podington, Wymington, Strixton , and Woolaston , in the Counties of Bedford and Northampton

    Index, P

    in, 414, 471. Poculchurche. See Pucklechurch. Podesgrave. See Potsgrave. Podington , Podyngton, Beds, manor, 473, 482, 566, 765, 956. -, Hinwick in, 181. Podio , Michele de, merchant of Lucca, 308. Pokkevys. See Polkeves. Pokyngton. See Puckington. Pola. See Welshpool. Subscribers-only content

    Index, H, I

    [co. Northampton ] , manor, 783, 993. Hinton Martel or Parva , Hynton [co. Dorset ] , manor, 1182 3. Hinwick , Hynewyk [in Poddington parish, co. Bedford ] , 1101, 1201. Hinxton , Hyngeston [in Cambridge ] , 777. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ORLEBAR, John (1697-1765), of Hinwick, Beds.

    of Hinwick, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedford 1727 11734 Ofifces Held Commr. of excise 1738-d.; bencher, M. Temple 1742. Biography John Orlebar, like his father and grandfather a bencher of the Middle Temple, was descended from George Orlebar, who acquired Hinwick

    TYRINGHAM, John (d.1416), of Hinwick, Beds. and Tyringham, Bucks.

    (d.1416), of Hinwick, Beds. and Tyringham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bedford 1393 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Bucks. Oct. 1403. Biography Save for his return to Parliament in 1393, nothing is known of Tyringham until he was appointed to his one

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Qaeen's Mlost excelleat Majesty in Council. Sheriff3 appointed by her Majsestk in Council-for the year 1859:- BEDFosDSIsrEE.-R. L. Orlebar, ef Hinwick, E ' -. BEBEsaxscc .-C. P: Daffield, of Marcham Park, near Abingdon, ucxs.-Tleomas 'Tyrwhitt Drake, of Shardeloes, Es q. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE SPORTSMANS CaZmE 'EDITED BY "YATES." TO THE SPORTING PUBLIC-.- "VATEs"~ begsto state that the fullest partic ulars of po noil~prtai5.etir5., ad tre. ,gn in partictilar, will in ,vincial Sports in ge~nerals and Ithe'Rita fre~efoh Iur sulbscri- Juture tei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an ENTIRE HORSE, of the pure StJFFot E Breed, from Two to Five Years old. Apply to Mr. William Smith, Hinwick, near AA'elling- borough, Bedfordshire. TITHE COMMISSION.- NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, being Tithe-owners or duly au- thorized Agents of Tithe-owners, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ENTIRE HORSE, o' VV the pure StiFreut Breed, from Two to Five Years old. I Apply to Mr. AVilliam Smith, Hinwick, new Wellins" / borough, Bedfcrds'iire. IU an Old Established Finishing School, near London, a Young Lady, respectably connected, can Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tbe Rev. P. Waldo. Vicar of St. Stephen's, John, seeded son of the late Richard Lon- guet Orlebar. Hlsq., of Hinwick, Beds, to Julia Char- lotte, second daughter of the late Henry Pearse, Esq., of 32, Queens-gate-terrace. Ou the 9th Subscribers-only content

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