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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Dominicans of Dunstable

    church, and diminished the customary offerings there at a time when they were sorely needed. 2 But the prioress of Markyate , though her own house was not a wealthy one, was more generous, and helped the friars with a

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Phelely

    to a solitary life in Bloxham Wood, and, as happened in the case of Gilbert of Sempringham and Roger of Markyate , was joined by others and became their prior. One of the charters mentions that Henry I had assigned

    The hundred of Manshead Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of MANSHEAD

    parish of Markyate , Hertfordshire , formerly part of Studham parish, which was at the same date placed wholly in Bedfordshire , while a detached portion of Whipsnade , Ballington Bottom in Hertfordshire , was transferred to Markyate parish. During

    Religious houses Introduction

    yet the only one introduced into England ; other houses of the same order were the priories of Beaulieu and Markyate , both founded about 1145. The two Cistercian abbeys of Warden and Woburn were founded respectively in 1135 and

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Markyate

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Markyate 3. THE PRIORY OF MARKYATE The priory of Markyate was founded in the year 1145, in a wood which was then part of the parish of Caddington , and belonged to the

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F

    Sir John, of St. Gabriel Fenchurch, London conveys ordnance overseas contrary to King's commission, 88 Ferrers (Ferris), Sir John, of Markyate, co. Beds. commits abuses in King's woods, 178 Ferris , Sir John. See Ferrers, Sir John Ferrour , John,

    Index, F

    395(2). Ferrara [Italy ] , letter dated from, 52. Ferrbosco (Ferraboscoe), Mr. See Ferrabosco, Alfonso. Ferrers (Ferris), Sir John, of Markyate, Caddington, co. Herts, guest at Hatfield House, 2. Ferris , Sir John. See Ferrers, Sir John. Fert -Bernard (Benart),

    Henry VIII, October 1542, 26-30, 01 October 1542-31 October 1542

    here) . Grant also of the said manor called le Nonnes Place in Bissiter King's End, Oxon., which belonged to Markyate priory, and the manor of Ambresden, which belonged to Assheruge college; also meadows called Helyatisham and Reffham in Blackthorne

    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    66 (36). Markehill , Heref. See Marcle. Markes , Nic., I. g. 802 (82). Markesburye . See Marksbury. Market or Markyate (Markeyate) Street, Beds., nunnery (supp.), I. p. 553 : g. 981 (93). Markham (Markeham), , Cranmer's steward II. 546

    Henry VIII, September 1532, 16-30, 01 September 1532-30 September 1532

    have as much, by 20 l . a year, as his Grace gave it me for; for the nuns of Markyate claim half the tithe corn and half the glebe, the whole charges lying upon me only. Master Baught knew

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FERRERS, George (c.1510-79), of Markyate and Flamstead, Herts.

    (c.1510-79), of Markyate and Flamstead, Herts. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1542 Plymouth 1545 Cirencester 1547 Plymouth Mar. 1553 Barnstaple Apr. 1554 Brackley Nov. 1554 Brackley 1555 St Albans 1571 Ofifces Held Servant of Cromwell by 1538; page, the chamber by 1542-47

    FERRERS, George (c.1510-79), of Markyate and Flamstead, Herts.

    (c.1510-79), of Markyate and Flamstead, Herts. Constituency Dates Plymouth 1542 Plymouth 1545 Cirencester 1547 Plymouth Mar. 1553 Barnstaple Apr. 1554 Brackley Nov. 1554 Brackley 1555 St Albans 1571 Ofifces Held Servant of Thomas Cromwell† by 1538; page of the chamber

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwoard Iluare. ''Kent." Age GI ye tis. Cress 3i.-So:rT'TY~s (Black snot Tait) -BrroiES,-CtAlA) lIeN' CocoNs-Price Esltibitrer: Thle 15v. F. W.Ailey, Markyate CoIl, noer lDinotaitlo, toils.Breeder : Joseph Jobbin3g, Esq. '' Moll," Age 5 years. lIglily conumended. Exlibitolr : The 15ev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is Manufantulrer'o or Mercantile Oficeo SA Junior Clerk, orm any light capacity, oged18, wIlling to iualc-3 Ahimself wleful.-A~ddreee, A. Rowley, Markyate Stroet, Beds. 'o2133 JEYJoiner, is CLEROK. to conduct flneiness In the absence of the . Principal.. Coed testlmoslals, 'd,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oswald'a wing of Chester Cathedral to the memory of the Right Hon. 0, Raikes, the late rostnasteGeiera The vicar of Markyate, aparish in South Bedfordsbire, has expelled a member of the choir of the parish church for singing in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    APPREHFsRPRBE P ASION ODkA HOTEL RROB.ER AND FORGER, i.< Ir .. - ff - _.- L- ----- I ,_ 1s A . In ~xtD~ray'fe Aermerg we refeorec to several, extendeie hotel "baries having taken plao e in Londeaub I' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NOMINATION OF SlERRFFS. . -_ L A,1 . - .- Tuesday being the Morrow of St. Martin, the nominfa tion of persons liable to merve the office of 8heriff for the several counties of England and Wales for the Subscribers-only content

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