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  • * Victoria County History *

    22 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Ivinghoe

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Ivinghoe HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 4. THE PRIORY OF IVINGHOE The date of the foundation of this priory is very uncertain, but it seems on the whole most probable that it was in

    Parishes Ivinghoe

    Parishes IvinghoeIVINGHOE Evinghehou (xi cent.); Iuingeho, Hythingho, Yvyngho (xii-xiii cent.); Ivanhoe (xvii cent.). The parish of Ivinghoe contains 4,787 acres, of which 2,010 are arable land, 1,570 permanent grass, and 425 woods and plantations. 1 The soil is chalky,

    Parishes Nettleden

    the hundred of Dacorum. St. Margaret's , formerly a hamlet in Ivinghoe , now forms a part of Nettleden , and lies in the east of the parish. Ivinghoe nunnery or St. Margaret's de Bosco or Mursley nunnery, was founded

    House of Bonhommes The college of Ashridge

    they found themselves 'overwhelmed with great necessity' in 1413 , when the Bishop of Winchester granted them the church of Ivinghoe , and a clerk of his household gave them £100 towards the rebuilding of the choir. 20 During the

    Parishes Merrow

    Henry III granted it to the Prioress and nuns of St. Margaret Ivinghoe , 25 who retained it 26 until the Dissolution. It was granted with the other Ivinghoe lands to Sir John Daunce (see above), Sir Henry Knevitt presented

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles II, November 1674, 01 November 1674-30 November 1674

    . for each quarter for the eighteen months' assessment for the fee farm rents he pays for the tithes of Ivinghoe and Clipperden. [4 pages. S.P. Supplementary 135, No . 112. ] [1674 ? ] Note that John Smith is Subscribers-only content

    Statutes (not included by Baldock & Lisieux), Excerpts from MS J

    London, Rogerus de la Lec, 37 Archidiaconus Essex, Radulphus de Baudak, 38 Archidiaconus Middlesex, Robertus de Drayton, Thesaurarius, Radulphus de Ivinghoe, Cancellarius, Simon de Stanbrig, Johannes de Sancta Maria, Reginaldus de Brandon, Johannes de Luca, nune Stacionarii, et Robertus de

    Entry Book, December 1690, 1-10, 01 December 1690-31 December 1690

    securities as Receiver of Crown Revenues for cos. Bedford and Bucks : said sureties being himself and Joseph Duncombe of Ivinghoe, co. Bucks, gent., in 200 l . : the said receipt not amounting to more than 100 l. per

    Index, I, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    69. Ives , Nathaniel, information by, concerning importation of oil etc., 752. Ivie , Dancell, of Exeter, merchant, 976, 1474. Ivinghoe , co. Bucks, 903, 932. Ivory , importation of, 1358, 1385. Ivy , Lady, annuity on Dauntsey manor, 579.

    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars sexta

    de Gravesend, Archdeacon of London. Giles de Fylol, Archdeacon of Colchester, died 1298. Probably John de Wengham, Precentor. Ralph de Ivinghoe, Chancellor. John de Chishul, successively Prebendary of Chamberlainwood, Archdeacon of London, Dean, and Bishop Hugh de Colingham, Prebendary of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DAUNTESEY (DAUNCE), William (by 1501-48), of London.

    and goods to an illegitimate son. Dauntesey’s inheritance was thereby limited to the house and lands of Mursley priory in Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire, and he held them for only a short time, dying on 28 May 1548. His son and heir

    DAUNTESEY (DAUNCE), Sir John (by 1484-1545), of Thame, Oxon. and London.

    60-year lease of the manor of Whitchurch, Oxfordshire, for his son; to these he added in 1538 Mursley priory in Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire. In London he obtained several tenements which had belonged to the Charterhouse and to Newark priory, Surrey.[footnote]It is

    WHAPLODE, William (d.1447), of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks.

    he made purchases of land at Wycombe, Wendover and Halton and, together with his second wife, he acquired more at Ivinghoe, Pitstone and elsewhere. By unrecorded means he also came into possession of a fourth part of the manor of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 June 1810, 8 June 1810

    Buckingham, and within the Hamlet of Horton, " lying in the fame Parifh, and in the feveral Parifhes " of Ivinghoe, Eddleficroiigh, and Pightlefihorne, in the " fame County," was committed : 'c That they had con- " fidered the Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1810, 15 June 1810

    County of Buckingham, and within the Hamlet of Horton, lying in the fame Parifh, and in the feveral Parifhes of Ivinghoe, Eddlefborough, and Pightleßhorne, in the fame County." " An Aft for enclofing Whitchurch Common, and other Wafle Lands in Subscribers-only content

    15 June 1810, 15 June 1810

    County of Buckingham, and within the Hamlet of Horton, lying in the fame Parifh, and in the feveral Parifhes of Ivinghoe, Eddlefborough, and Pightleßhorne, in the fame County." 40. '* An Aft for enclofing Whitchurch Common, and other Wafte Lands Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1821, 6 March 1821

    'c That the " Commons returned for Answer, that they would send " an Answer by Messengers of their own." Ivinghoe Inclosure Bill. Lloyd et al. Leave for a Bill: it, n- nst th- •om r. A Message was brought Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1821, 14 March 1821

    14° Martn. 99 Ivinghoe Ia- closure Bill. Hexham Road Bill. in's 11, 5 I Irish Goods, Malt& Spi¬ rits, Baltic & North American Trade, Arti¬ cles charged with Excise Duties in Ire¬ land ; Ac¬ counts re¬ specting, delivered, & Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Woodman, 1/11/1803

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 16267 Linked to person: Woodman, Thomas Bartholomew 1796-1825 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Woodman Forename Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 1/11/1803 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Ivinghoe//Bucks

    Henry John Todd, 24/4/1804

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 16319 Linked to person: Todd, Henry John 1785-1821 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Todd Forename Henry John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 24/4/1804 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status

    Isaia Blythe, 8/12/1819

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 18780 Linked to person: Blythe, Isaia 1777-1819 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Blythe Forename Isaia Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 8/12/1819 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Ivinghoe//Bucks

    Gulielmus Earbury, 22/3/1730

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 19643 Linked to person: Earbury, William 1704-1730 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Earbury Forename Gulielmus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 22/3/1730 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Ivinghoe//Bucks

    Thomas Frewin, 2/6/1773

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22105 Linked to person: Frewen, Thomas 1730-1773 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Frewin Forename Thomas Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 2/6/1773 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Ivinghoe//Bucks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large wheat stack was taken off the frame and carried into a pond; an orchard on the road leading to Ivinghoe was mich damaged; about 30 of the trees were torn up by the roots, and, falling across the road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire, paper-dealers. ' FridoyFeb. 20. INSOLVnxTs-W. Adams, jun., Brown's la., Spitalfields, brewer. J. Warmington, Union st., Southwark, grocer. R. Wells, Ivinghoe, Bucks, shopkeeper. 13 BANKRU PTS. L. Bladon, Hanway st., tailor. [Metcalfe, Gt. Portland st., Marylebone. S. King, Kinnerton st., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the 16th instant. Royal Artillery-For Lieut. John Fitzherbert Grant, read Edward Fitzherbert Grant. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. and G. Groom, Ivinghoe, Buckidnghamshire, smits-I. Harley and W. Perkins, Davies street. Berkeley square, den- tists-W. and J. Blundell, Hartlebury, Worcestershire, farmers -R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuesday, July 30. BANKRUPTS.-'I Sivyer, Woodall place, Brixton road, grocer. [Miller and Horn, George yard, Lombard street--A Hughes, Aylesbury and Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire, saddler. [Harrison and Lewis, Old Jewry.-J Selman, Upper Baker street, Portman square, tailor. [Lindus Bedford row.-T Wagstaffe, Sheffield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    total amouniting to only 7,000. Two divisions were formed. The atttacking force, under Colonel Lord Abinger, took the groundl between Ivinghoe and Ivinzahoo Aston, while the defenders, comnmanded by Colonel Percy Fieldling, were posted strongly on Steps Hill, wvith one Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Report on the epidemic of cholera in 1866, 1867

    in the other the water was pure. 12. Again, in September last a large number of the poor inhabitants in Ivinghoe , in Buckinghamshire , whose only supply of water was from a well which became contaminated by sewage, was Subscribers-only content

    The Journal of steam transport & husbandry, 1834

    and the Birmingham end of the railway was also 300 feet higher. The highest elevation was the chalk ridge near Ivinghoe , 467 feet. The level was taken from the sea, commencing at 89 feet, and the lowest 78 feet. Subscribers-only content

    The Herald of peace and international arbitration., 1846

    next sab¬ bath-morning, after service, Mr. Howell read from the pulpit the Peace Pledge; and many signed it. Wesleyan chapel, Ivinghoe ; As¬ ton ; Baptist chapel, Aston Clinton ; Bap¬ tist chapel, Sarratt ; Mr. Graves ' school¬ room, Subscribers-only content

    The Herald of peace and international arbitration., 1846

    upon to send their children to day-schools. My public meetings have been held at Northall , Wat¬ ford, Chesham , Ivinghoe , and Brill ; at the latter place I delivered a lecture in the In¬ dependent chapel, on Good Subscribers-only content

    The Herald of peace and international arbitration., 1846

    church ; the parochial school-room, Berk - h ampstead ; the Infant school-room, Ches- ham ; and the Wesleyan chapel, Ivinghoe . At each place there is a desire for other meet¬ ings, and for the formation of Auxiliaries to Subscribers-only content

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