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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kneesworth

    Parishes KneesworthKNEESWORTH The former civil parish of Kneesworth , 1 lies some 16 km. south-west of Cambridge . It was united in 1966 to its western neighbour Bassingbourn , 2 upon which it had depended ecclesiastically, having been previously

    Hospitals St Nicholas , Royston

    Theobald son of Fulk and one of the daughters of Robert the Chamberlain; she gave 2 acres of land in Kneesworth in the parish of Wendy to the Hospital of St. Nicholas, 2 and her gift was confirmed by her

    Armingford hundred

    area between Melbourn and Bassingbourn , once perhaps a southward extension of Whaddon , had become the separate hamlet of Kneesworth , which although linked with Bassingbourn ecclesiastically after the 15th century was un ited with it for civil purposes

    Analysis of hearth tax assessments

    1674 certificates survive. Wrongly given as 205 in the roll. The Bassingbourn exempt included those of Kneesworth : both persons listed as from Kneesworth in the 1672 certificate occur at the end of the 1674 list. Wrongly given as 202

    Parishes Bassingbourn

    his coheirs, released his estates, including the Bassingbourn land, to three Londoners. 193 In 1428 Goyses belonged to John Kneesworth of Kneesworth (fl. 1419-36 ). 194 In 1457 John Bentley and his wife Joan , its heiress, conveyed it with

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 [Charities.] The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    Names of Smith's Fellowhip, and Smith's Scholarship Principal BENEFACTORS. Henry Preston Thomas Weston Henry Jorden Richard Knight Sir Thomas Kneesworth John Heron, Esq; Lettice Smith William Coppinger John Awood Robert Carter Alderman Harding Henry Gardner Thomas Jenings Thomas Ware

  • * British History Online * *

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    Diary, 1562 (Jan - June), 01 January 1562-30 June 1562

    one. stealing. dishes. Chancellor or Chan cery Lane. whipt. brought. figure. thrust. pillory. Gough. pillory. arraigned. freshed and gilt. one. Kneesworth. gear. Fitzwilliam. Zachary's. privy seal. pillory. ear. seal. shooting archery. goodly. arms. ancients? flags. other. won the shot. thrust.

    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    (34). Knathe . See Knaith. Kneesworth (Knesworthe) , Camb., 613 (1). Kneeton (Newton) , Notts, g. 282 (10). Kneland , Gawin, 165. -, Peter, 165. Knell Wood (Kent?) , 598 ii. Knesworthe . See Kneesworth. Kneverth , beside Stamford, g.

    Appendix: poor laws, 25 March 1831, 25 March 1831-25 March 1831

    , and have acted as a Magistrate? I have resided about Twelve Years in the County; the first Seven at Kneesworth , in Royston , and the last Five in the North-west Part of the County, at Longstowe , near

    Index, J,K

    Leics., manor, 715. -, 'Kevelfild and Medilfild' in, 715. Knaresborough , Yorks, Scriven in, 454, 701. Knebworth , Herts, 651. Kneesworth , Kneseworth, Cambs., 547. Kneseworth , Knesworth, Thomas, of London, alderman, 330, 617, 849. -, -, -, fishmonger, 161. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix: poor laws, Index to the principal matters detailed in the evidence, 07 December 1830-22 April 1831

    of Kirk Newton, Grey, 175. 180. - of Kirtling, Pym, 414. 415. - of Knapwell, Pym, 404. 405. - of Kneesworth, Pym, 398. 399. - of Landwade, Pym, 412. 413. - of Lenham, Harrison, 116. - of Lidlington, Becher, 304.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Cambridge, and have acted as a Magistrate I have resided about Twelve Years in the County; the first Seven at Kneesworth, in Royston, and the last Five in the North-west Part of the County, at Longstoive, near Caxton. Have you Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Conquest, - oflckleton, oflmpington, oflsleham, - of Kempston, of Kennett, of Kingston, of Kirk Newton, ofKirtling, - of Knapwell, of Kneesworth, of Landwade, of Lenham, of Lidlington, of Linton, of Lolworth, of Longstanton All Saints, ¦ of Longstanton St. Michael, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    \ relative to State of Poor") p Knapwell, J in, - - -J^™' Kneesal, Agricultural Families in, and ") „ Kneesworth, relative to State of Poor in, L. e> I - 178. - 179. - 178. - 175. - 177. Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Rates of Kirklington, of Kirtling, ofKnapwell, ofKneesal, of Kneesworth, of Landwade, ofLangford, of Laxton, of Lidlington, of Linton, of Lolworth, of Longstanton All Saints, of Longstanton St.Michael, of Longstow, Names of Witnesses, and Page of Evidence in Printed Report. of Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LVI, A.D. 1801 - Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820

    dissatisfied with the allotment of a twentieth part;" " For restraining the Commissioners from allotting and inclosing the hamlet of Kneesworth without the consent of Sir Edward Nightingale and of Christ's College; Cambridge, but not so as to affect the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    garden. On 'Knestlay, at Aske, Yorkshire, the Rev Wmn.Wbar ton, to the I-on. MIiss Dundas, daughter to Lord Dund,. At Kneesworth, James Markland, Esq. of the li~3 ro- gimnent, to Miss Nightingale, eldest daughter of the late Sir E. Nightiingale. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    annual meeting last week of the Western Camrbridgesbire Agricultural Association, at Kneesworth, the Earl of Hardwicke made a long speech on the subject of our national defences. After speaking of the condition of the British navy, in a passage which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W11estern Cambridgeshire Agricultural Association, sh'ow of stock, and plouglhing and draining matceos took place on Thurs- day, at Kneesworth, and at the dinner in the evening Lord Hardwicke made the following allusions to the proesnt state of our navy :-He Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flock illirlt4 e redit. There are only two exhibitors of Lincoins, Mr. s Dunn, of Hull, and Mr. Sell. of Kneesworth, but their e pens consist of heavy sheep with good fleeces. The ClotS a wolds, altisougli short in number, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years ago. Colonel Nightingale, formerly oominiandant at Stirling Castle, died yes&terday morning. Deceased. who be- longed to the Nightingales of Kneesworth, Cianbridge- shire, joined the 93rd Highlanders as ensign in 1854, arid as lieurtenant he Vas present at the siege Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1784

    Child} St Lawrance Sarth Do Ridge Jno Boydell Esqr White Jno Corke Ireland Do Colnbrook Jno Hart Esqr Wath Jas Kneesworth Cambridge Do Cheshunt Rt Clarke Esqr Woods Ann St James West Staines St James EB Blackett Esqr Willey Stephen

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