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You searched for: Place: Keysoe, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

Found 47 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Keysoe

    KeysoeKEYSOE Caisot, Caissot, Chaisot (xi cent.). Keysoe parish lies some 9 miles to the north of Bedford and 4 miles to the south of Kimbolton . The main road from these two places passes directly through the parish.

    Parishes Pertenhall

    Corpus Christi College is the more likely, as lands in Keysoe made over to him at the same date are later found in the hands of the college. The Keysoe property was valued at £10 15 s . 11 d

    House of the Gilbertine order The priory of Chicksand

    Mareis, consisting of wood, plain, meadow and pastures. 25 To this Simon de Beauchamp added the churches of Cople and Keysoe , Stotfold with the chapel of Astwick , and Linslade , Bucks; confirming a number of small gifts besides.

    Parishes Sandy with Girtford

    Charity Lands , namely, 10 acres of land in Keysoe , purchased with £140 left by will of John Wynne , 1660, and 3 a. 3 r. allotted under the Keysoe Inclosure Act, producing £14 a year, which, together with

    Parishes Bolnhurst

    a former rector, 1749, and by deed of Thomas Baker , 1791, 88 is endowed with 9 ac res in Keysoe , allotted on the inclosure in that parish, of the annual value of £16 or thereabouts. The charity is

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    -, (Kayse), Ric., Serjeant at arms, captain of Sandgate castle, 323, 862: g. 282 (51). Keyser , Ric., p. 544. Keysoe (Caysso) , Beds, g. 831 (16). Kichynman , Marg., p. 551. Kidde , Thos., p. 552. Kidderminster (Kedermayster, Kydermaster),

    Index, J,K

    Som., Norton manor in, 254. Kexby [in Catton ] , Yorks, 454. Key , Thomas, principal of Beef Hall, 229. Keysoe , Caisho, Cayshoe, Kayshoe, Beds, 181, 407, 815. Kidwelly , Kydwelly, John, principal of St. Edward Hall, Oxford, 229. Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    , Ric., II. g. 1311 (19). Keys , the, doctrine of, I. 541. Keyscheboyne Castle , co. Kildare, II. 1097. Keysoe , Beds., II. g. 796 (18). Kibworth , I. 1133; II. 1209. Kibworth Beauchamp , Leic., I. 1263. Kidwelly's

    Index, K, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    s. and h. of John, g. 731 (30). Keypon . See Kepon. Keysier , John de, a Flemish notary, 1655. Keysoe (Keysoo), Beds, 438 (3 m. 6). Kibworth (Kybbeworth), Leic., 2537. Kidderminster (Kedermynster, Reddeministra), Worc., 438 (4 m. 9): g.

    Henry VIII, September 1537, 21-30, 01 September 1537-30 September 1537

    alias Stapelhowe (Stape-low), Honyden, Delhowe, Deuelhowe (Dewlow), Wiboston alias Wiboldeston, Parva Stokton (Staughton), Blasseworth, Colmorth, Barford, Chalston alias Chalnerston, Cayshoo (Keysoe), Bedford, Mogerhanger and Portenall (Pirtenhall), Beds; Great Stokton and Blasseworth, Hunts; belonging to the said late priory; in as

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ST. JOHN, Oliver I.

    m. Mary, da. of William Fitzjeffrey of Thurleigh, Beds., 5s. 4da.?Sheriff, Beds. and Bucks. 1551-2.OROliver St. John of Thurleigh and Keysoe, Beds., nephew of the above, 1st s. of Alexander St. John by Jane or Joan, da. of George Dalyson

    ST. JOHN, Sir John (by 1495-1558), of Bletsoe, Beds.

    a rent of £21. He prospered greatly by the Dissolution. In 1540 he paid £305 for the manor of Keysoe and Keysoe Grange, as well as other property in the neighbourhood. In the following year he paid £469 and surrendered

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "1hUPIN(G NOTIOBS. VIERIOAUN. LINE. UNIT1'21D STATES , DLNAI RMGS! lJ1ViiYU'OOL IAYED " AND SAVtUttTtAYS Itoctes ohvaylit' as) IVt on ity- FsS Lill')- * ~"o ti cto naioliot ahmypanI Pttttt CalledStAten a Jesa OOLtitilli abrhtriitxcitpvroW.It I4X'AY TLDR.. 41,, tIcttt P5(000' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nave and ailses 100 Downham, making the tower secure 75 Freckenham, rebuilding of tower 25 Horseheath, restoration of chancel 10 Keysoe, reseating and internal repairs 25 Langf ord, restoration of tower and re-seating 25 Molesworth, restoration 40 Upwood, restoration 53 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Airy, M. A. has been presented by the Master and Fellows of Trinity college, Cambridge, to the Vicarage of Keysoe, in Bedfordshire, vacant by the resignation of the Key. W. B. Winning. On Thursday last, Mr. William Searle Barker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    145 acres of land I which completely environ it. There are, b«sid«s, Four Farm-' three are immediately contiguous, viz.- Wickey, Keysoe, i,w| Mr. Hawkins's. Lands; Thurleigh is a little removed. Ta» V are all in an excellent state or cultivation, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    relative Position aiid close Connection with ihe general Scheme of Providence. By the Rev. W. B. WINNING, M.A., Vicar of Keysoe, Bedfordshire. Printed for J. G. and F. Rivington, St. Paul's Churchyard, and Waterloo-place, Pall-mall. This day is published, in Subscribers-only content

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