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You searched for: Place: Landwade, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landwade Nonconformity

    Landwade Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. None known.

    Landwade Charities for the poor

    Landwade Charities for the poor CHARITIES FOR THE POOR. None known.

    Landwade Education

    Landwade Education EDUCATION. Between 1861 and 1881 c . 7-12 children aged 6-12 attended school, probably in Exning (Suff). 56 Since 1895 children from Landwade have attended local schools in Exning , 57 and West Suffolk Education Authority was responsible

    Landwade Local government

    Landwade Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT. In the late 13th century no lords claimed any franchises at Landwade . Although no court rolls or court books survive, copyhold and freehold transactions were almost certainly dealt with by the manorial court both

    Landwade Manors

    Landwade Manors MANORS. Aelfsige of Landwade held land in the parish in the late 10th century. 49 After the Norman conquest the overlordship of the manor belonged to the earldom of Richmond of which LANDWADE was held in 1166 .

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COTTON, John (?1543-1620/1), of Landwade, Cambs.

    (?1543-1620/1), of Landwade, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1593 Cambridgeshire 1601 Ofifces Held J.p. Cambs. 1582, custos rot. from 1600; j.p.q. and custos rot. Isle of Ely from 1601; sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 1591-2; dep. lt. Cambs. 1596, commr. subsidy 1593,

    COTTON, Sir John (1512/13-93), of Cheveley and Landwade, Cambs.

    (1512/13-93), of Cheveley and Landwade, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire Oct. 1553 Cambridgeshire Nov. 1554 Ofifces Held J.p. Cambs. 1547-61, q. 1562-4; sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 1549-50, 1556-7; commr. relief, Cambs. 1550, oyer and terminer, Cambs., Hunts., Beds., Bucks., Norf., Suff.

    COTTON, John III (c.1647-1713), of Madingley Hall, Cambs.

    1685-7, by 1701-?d.; gamekeeper, Newmarket 1689-d.; recorder, Cambridge 1702-d. Biography Cotton was descended from a wealthy London mercer who acquired Landwade soon after 1420, and was not akin to Sir Robert Cotton. The family first represented the county in 1439.

    COTTON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1648-1713), of Madingley Hall, Cambs.

    COTTON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (c.1648-1713), of Madingley Hall, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridge 1689 1695 Cambridge 8 Nov. 1696 1702 Cambridge 1705 1708 Ofifces Held Freeman, Cambridge 1679, recorder 1702–d., conservator 1709. Ofifces Held Gamekeeper, Newmarket 1689–d. Biography The

    COTTON, John Hynde (1686-1752), of Madingley Hall, Cambs.

    suspected by Court Whigs of harbouring Jacobite sympathies.[footnote]Cotton died on 4 Feb. 1752 and was buried with his ancestors at Landwade, where the inscription on his monument praised his ‘integrity and manly conduct’, his ‘eloquence in debate’, and successful avoidance

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