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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Litlington

    Parishes LitlingtonLITLINGTONLITLINGTON 1 lies some 20 km. south-west of Cambridge , and covers 879 ha. (2,171 a.). 2 The parish is roughly rectangular, stretching from the Icknield Way in the south to a stream called the Mill river

    Parishes Abington Pigotts

    fee in Abington under Dovedales manor in Litlington , held of the earls of Gloucester . 125 It was possibly derived from 1/2 hide, attached in 1086 to the king's manor in Litlington , with which it may have passed

    List of maps and plans

    nos. 147, 234-5; inclosure maps for Bassingbourn , Litlington , Guilden and Steeple Morden , in C.R.O.; tithe map of Whaddon , 1841, in C.U.L.; and estate map of Abington Pigotts and Litlington , 1804, penes Mr. M. C. De

    Armingford hundred

    the west and north. Melbourn , Meldreth , and Whaddon together were assessed at 30 hides, Bassingbourn with Abington and Litlington at 20, Wendy and Shingay at 5 each, and the two Mordens, later Steeple and Guilden Morden , at

    Analysis of hearth tax assessments

    68 East Hatley 1 5 2 1 9 29 Kneesworth 9 1 4 1 1 1 of 12 17 48 Litlington 2 8 10 8 1 29 85 Melbourn 40 28 13 8 1 1 of 12 91 187 Meldreth

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Abby-Church Sanctuary.

    Kedington , alias Sudbury 1331 Willielmus Curlington 1342 Thomas Henley 1347 Simon de Burcheston 1376 Simon Langham 1386 ob. Nicholas Litlington Gulielmus de Colchester Richardus Harounden Georgius Flaccet 1438 Johannes Estney Years What follow'd upon taking one

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DURDENT, Edward (d.1397), of Durdents in Denham, Bucks.

    one of the lay officials of the abbot’s household.) In that same year, too, Edward leased to the abbot, Nicholas Litlington, his manor of Denham for 15 years, the latter permitting him to live there provided that the abbey servants

    CHAMBERS, Richard.

    lived until 1580, it was probably Chambers who was replaced. This would exclude from consideration Richard Chambers of Chambers Court, Litlington, and Rodmell, Sussex, as he is known to have lived until considerably later than 1566. Perhaps the MP was

    STOUGHTON, Roger (1609-90), of Holborn, Mdx. and Litlington, Cambs.

    of Holborn, Mdx. and Litlington, Cambs. Constituency Dates Wigan 22 Oct. 1660 Ofifces Held Member, Hon. Artillery Co. 1642, Leather Sellers’ Company by 1660; commr. for assessment, Lancs. Aug. 1660-1, Mdx. 1673-80, 1689-d.; alderman, London Oct. 1660-1; j.p. Lancs. 1663-5.

    CAMP, Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs.

    Thomas, of Litlington, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1420 Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Cambs. May 1412. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cambs. May 1437, Apr. 1440. Biography Thomas was probably related to John Camp of Cambridge, and may even have been

    HAKEBECHE, Sir Robert (d.1445), of Hackbeach in Emneth, Norf., Whaplode, Lincs. and Litlington, Cambs.

    in Emneth, Norf., Whaplode, Lincs. and Litlington, Cambs. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire 1420 Ofifces Held J.p. Lincs. (Holland) 7 June 1410-Feb. 1412, 16 Nov. 1413-July 1424 (all parts), 17 Oct. 1418-July 1423. Ofifces Held Commr. of sewers, Lincs. (Holland) Feb. 1412,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases brought before the committee, October 1644, 01 October 1644-31 October 1644

    18 Nov. 1644. Having lent 502 l ., respited till her estate come into her hands. 3 293 Rich. Jones, Litlington, Co. Bedford. 10 Oct. 1644. Vol. A No. or p. DEP. 97 39 41 Information before the Country Commissioners Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 339, Undated 1636, 20 June 1636-31 December 1636

    . [1 p . ] 65. Petition of Henry Chester, William Duncombe, and five others, the churchwarden and inhabitants of Litlington [Lidlington ] , co. Bedford, to Sir John Lambe, visitor for Archbishop Laud within the diocese of Lincoln. Differences Subscribers-only content

    Index, L

    Litelsoleford. See Silford. Lithywood , Lytewode [co. Stafford ] , 78. Litletoriton. See Torrington, Little. Litlington , Litlyngton [co. Cambridge ] , 599, 610. Litlington , Litlyngton [co. Sussex ] , 231. Littelpillicote. See Pollicott. Littlebourne , Lytelbourne [co. Kent Subscribers-only content

    Index, L

    Humphrey, kt., of Felton, 657. -, John, gent., 13. -, -, -, Margery wife of, 13. Litlington , Lytlyngton, Cambs, 'le Hevenwalles' in, 874. Litlington , Lytlyngton, Sussex, 825 (i). Littilbury , Lytilbury, John, gent., 566, 568, 575. -, Richard, Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 23, February 1730, 1-10, 01 February 1730-10 February 1730

    Court , by his Guardians and Trustees, Henry Wise Esquire, the Vicar, and other the Proprietors of the Lands at Litlington , in the County of Warwick ; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for dividing and enclosing the

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Robertus Goffe, 29/3/1609

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Goffe Forename Robertus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 29/3/1609 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Litlington// OTHER INFORMATION Source WSRO, Ep.I/1/8 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Andrewes, Lancelot/Chichester 1605- 1609 Comment

    Guyon Griffith, 19/11/1770

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Griffith Forename Guyon Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 19/11/1770 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Litlington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/13 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Mawson, Matthias/Ely 1754- 1770 Comment

    John Mansfield, 2/12/1803

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Mansfield Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 2/12/1803 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Litlington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yorke, James/Ely 1781- 1808 Comment

    Walter Whiter, 28/3/1798

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Whiter Forename Walter Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 28/3/1798 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Litlington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yorke, James/Ely 1781- 1808 Comment

    Mark Anthony Stephenson, 15/6/1790

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Stephenson Forename Mark Anthony Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 15/6/1790 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Litlington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G1/15 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Yorke, James/Ely 1781- 1808 Comment

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 March 1828, 26 March 1828

    E. Rosslyn. E. Powis. E. Gosford. E. Grey. E. Verulam. V. Torrington. V. Melville. V. Sidmouth. V. Gordon. V. Beresford. Litlington Iiiclosure Bill. Bill pre¬ sented. Foreign Upon reading the Petition of the Breeders of Sheep Wool, and Growers of Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1828, 28 March 1828

    be ingrossed. The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Com- Litlington mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, "An Act for inclosing Inclosure " Lands in the Parish of Litlington, in the County of Blll# " Cambridge," was committed ; Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1828, 31 March 1828

    Stratford ; a^etd'to'the ^° acotuaint them, That the Lords have agreed to the 3apreceding said Bills, without any Amendment. Bills. Litlington Inclosure Bill: « County "of Cambridge. The Question was put, " Whether this Bill, with the " Amendments, shall Subscribers-only content

    2 April 1828, 2 April 1828

    of Monday last. Message from H.C. for Re¬ port on the Game Laws: Lunatics Regulation Bill. [Tttoxeter Road Bill. Litlington Inclosure Bill. it (C a a <( te a c< Report com¬ municated. Pauper Lunatics Bill. ** to come To-morrow Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1828, 3 April 1828

    Words ; (vizK) " Le Roy le veult." 14. " An Act for inclosing Lands in the Parish of " Litlington, in the County of Cambridge." To this Bill the Royal Assent was pronounced, by the Clerk Assistant, in these Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thee hill, NNs 10ierr EIxceetrix drew upl on the inside, Simualtaneoussly with o slribar iirovermckt Heroni the ilsnter cloned with Litlington, and Sp, (Itfeeely drawing to the front made the remainder of the running, A aned worea by teco lengths Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rrrlrcts. Agerts : Binairfls'ess, Harlias and RIiclards, 101, tboesblill .Street, rd 2 crue 3, Highs c Street Bull l1icng; jiifshcn. Litlington; lBc-ieley Hill, PIilcisorci ; Dalarcfcon, lancer ; JDrrllrcy Bagoll Great £rdiclce, Batter; U'bjitleos ;O~slkxro'si, 't'on~gc .Srrceflnreir*, icunaptjzon, Vcnabess 6tecrniroidci, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    supervision. - A man named David Covington, on ticket-of-leave, was charged, on Monday, at Arrington, Cambridgeshire, with stack firing at Litlington, near Royston, He fired one group of stacks and then another. ustitil seven distinct fires were raging at one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    brought before the magistrates to-day. . ulammas BY A AT n ' CIf macoas x.-A ternble affair is reported from Litlington, about four miles from Royston, in Carnbridgeshire, a labourer named Walter Laurence having killed one child and injured another Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dragoon Guards. In 1856 he married Mary Cordelia, dacghter of the late Mr. Thomas White Scutt, of Clap- ham House, Litlington, Sussex, by whom he leaves several children. The new baronet is his eldest son, William, who is in his Subscribers-only content

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