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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horningsea Local government

    Horningsea Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. The bishop of Ely as overlord of Horningsea had return of writs, view of frankpledge, and the assize of bread and of ale, and had a gallows in 1279 . 19 Tenants of Edmund Pecche

    Horningsea Charities for the poor

    Horningsea Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. Horningsea was entitled by ancient custom, confirmed c . 1620, to 12 s . a year in place of certain common rights in Fen Ditton town lands, but the rights were

    Fen Ditton Local government

    the pastures of Fen Ditton and Horningsea parishes, and limited the number of cattle who grazed on the fenland. In 1710 the court appointed two haywards for Fen Ditton , and three for Horningsea . 55 Pinders were still being

    Horningsea Manors and other estates

    College , Cambridge , in Horningsea originated with Bishop Eustace of Ely 's grant of Horningsea church to St. John 's hospital, Cambridge , before 1215. 57 The hospi tal acquired other lands in Horningsea between the late 13th and

    Horningsea Economic history

    In 1086 there were 15 servi , 22 villani , and 14 bordars in Fen Ditton and Horningsea together. 72 In 1222 Horningsea tenants of the bishop of Ely did not have to provide food for the bishop's chamber in

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 March 1802, 19 March 1802

    Common Meadows, Fen Grounds, and other Open " and Commonable Lands and Wafte Grounds, lying in «* the Parifh of Horningsea, in the County of Cam- *' bridge;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Two Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1802, 22 March 1802

    Common Meadows, Fen Grounds, and " other Open and Commonable Lands and Wafte " Grounds, lying in the PariJh of Horningsea, in the " County of Cambridge." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1802, 25 March 1802

    Common Meadows, Fen Grounds, and « other Open and Commonable Lands and Wafte " Grounds, lying in the Parifh of Horningsea, in the " County of Cambridge." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill Xhall « pafs ?" It Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Harstou, of Haslingfjeld, - of Hatfield, ¦ of Hatley St. George, of Hauxton, of Hildersham, of Hinxton, ofHiston, ofHoggeston, of Horningsea, of Horseheath, of Houghton Conquest, - oflckleton, oflmpington, oflsleham, - of Kempston, of Kennett, of Kingston, of Kirk Newton, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Pym, of Hildersham, - Pym, ofHinxton, Pym, of Histon, - - Pvm, ofHocherton, - Becher, ¦ of Holme, Becher, of Horningsea, - Pym, of Horseheath, Pym, ——— of Houghton Conquest, - Becher, of Hoveringham, - - Becher, oflckletOD, Pym, of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EARL RUBSSELL AND- VIFTY YEARS OF I _ - PROGRESS. *e It is about half a century ago that Lord John Russell hl proposed the repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts. On February 2bth, 1828, his Lordship submitted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vicar of Chertsey; Vicar of Dawlish-patrons, the Dean and Chapter of Exeter. Rev. W. Warren, M.A.; Per- petual Curate of Horningsea. Rev. A. W. Wheeler; Rector of loo St. Mary, Rochester-patrons, Mr. F. Sandford and another. Rev. Canon Williams, M-A, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev. BH Athill; Rector ~of Digewell, Herta'. Rev. H. H. B. Aylaslate curate of St. Sejlore's, cam-, bridge; .Rector of Horningsea, Camibridge.. Rev. Canoun 'G. Budekl M.A.; 'PrecantorfofWells Cathedral. lev. W. F. Cbambers, dittcuratb of bitbham, Ipewih; Vicar of Leavenhea, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bank, Bury. On the sth iust., Hannah, daughter of Mr. Robert Adamson, builder, Ribblesdale-place, Preston, aged 14. Same day, at Horningsea, near Cambridge, Jane, wife of Thomas Fletcher, Esq., civil engineer, formerly of Lancaster, aged 78. Same day, of fever, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Martin, at St. Andrew the Great, Cambridge. In 1871 he was presented by bis coUege to the benefice of Horningsea, which he held until 1874, when he was presented by Lord Beaconsneld to the Vicarage of Ne wark-on- Trent. Subscribers-only content

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