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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Flitt hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Flitt

    ; Haynes ; Higham Gobion ; Luton , With East And West Hyde , Stopsley , Limbury Cum Biscott, And Leagrave ; Pulloxhill ; Streatley With Sharpenhoe ; Sundon 1 At the time of the Domesday Survey Flitt Hundred was

    Parishes Luton

    and neolithic remains have been discovered at Dallow , Round Green , Ramridge End, Leagrave , and Wauluds Bank, Luton ; and gold British coins at Leagrave . 2 Wauluds Bank, Drays Ditches near Limbury , and Someries Castle near

    Parishes Streatley with Sharpenhoe

    is composed of chalk and clay, and is principally arable. There is no station in the parish, the nearest is Leagrave on the main line of the Midland Railway , 4 miles north-east of Streatley . The slope of the

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, L, 01 November 1691-31 December 1692

    mines in England and Wales, Company of in Wales ore Leadenhall Street ( see under London). Leader , John Richard Leagrave , John Leasenby , Margaret Leather ( see Inventions). Le Bas , Paul Piere Le Bass , Peter Lebb Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, May 1681, 2-10, 01 May 1681-31 May 1681

    . a rent issuing out of lands in Eaton 0 1 0 a ditto out of lands in Luton and Leagrave 0 13 6 12 8 6 which at 16 years' purchase amount to 188 l . 16 s .

    Index, L, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    465 (26). Leadon (Ledon) , Heref., ii. g. 910 (82 p. 456). Leadys , Kent. See Leeds. Leage. See Liege. Leagrave (Lytgrave) , Beds., i. g. 465 (99). Learme , Ludovico de. See Da l ' Armi. Leasingham (Leysyngham, Lessyngham)

    Index, L, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    (f. 90). Leadenham (Ledenham) or Long Leadenham , Linc., ii. 770 (74): g. 332 (69). Leadys , Kent. See Leeds. Leagrave (Litgrave) , Beds, ii. p. 434. Leake. See Leeke. Lean , Jean de. See Liane. Leather , i. 286,

    William and Mary, November 1692, 01 November 1692-30 November 1692

    Larriviere, French minister, ditto; for Mrs. Anne Linch and Mrs. Mary Wallis, ditto; for Mr. John Smith and Mr. John Leagrave, to go to West Chester; and for Mons. de Passy, his wife, Mrs. Prunelay, Mrs. Travecy, and a servant-maid, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town of Luston; also. extensive common righta, firlupilattiberent bhair unmerous houses and cottages. irn. cudg ery the entire village of Leagrave. the wholeonm rifting sen area, of 3,213 acres. The Streatley Estate, a desirable small cocrn- uiatlon. situate near the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    five superiarandhighly-cultivated stork farms. ylnaverycom. r past; and exceedingly well eAute for steair culiUvat0o, situate In n tine hamlets of Leagrave and Linbury. In the Palish and wIthin three miles of the town of Luton: also, extensive common rights. 11 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lle,,, ,A reslilig at ridge Street, and Alke Boieyss residing at Palirrrrstet5 Road, bntli aNeethahla"t~ll. :n Tomi CUMrins (iiqIIi TOmIA.Is, Leagrave, near Litoen, Jcdfers. ;° shire baker and carriage salesman. n I AsLDERIT SIMDleON TuiUN:S}R, late of Alsoger, but nosv Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ilertfoid. Wh- n- Luton, Lutori lawn, West Hvyul, 1-ast Hyde, Stoipsiny, Limliury par lie cons Biscuit, Legrave, oitherisela Leegrare, otherwise Leagrave, lke-i id, othersoine Lightgran~e, Cadhhlnglon, Hloughton Rtegis, Dunattible. k he Tocddisgton, and Chalton, cv some 0f thetot, i tthle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tire county of tlertford. Luton, Luton town, WVest Hyde, I ast Hyde, Stopstey, Limburv cum Biscott, Legrase, otherwise LePgrave, otherwise Leagrave, otoerwise Lightgrave, Caddington, IlHioghton Regis, DunstablrO. Toddington, and Cltalton, or some ot them, its the county of Bed!erd. And Subscribers-only content

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