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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Reed

    Com.), 177. Ibid. Ibid. Cal. Close , 1346-9 , pp. 109, 110. Henry le Chamberlain, who held the manor of Nuthampstead for a short time from 1315, may have been of the same family (see Cal. Pat . 1313-17 ,

    Chigwell Manors

    appurtenant to this serjeanty, the others being Margaretting and Fingrith (in Blackmore ) in Essex , and Great Hormead and Nuthampstead (in Barkway ) in Herts . Red Bk. of Exch . 507; Bk. of Fees , 121. Bk. of

    INDEX K-Z

    see Finch, Mowbray Nottinghamshire , medieval tax assessments, Nowers , - (fl. 1519), Nowes , Chas. and his w. Ann, Nuthampstead , in Barkway ( Herts .), n Nutt , Geo. (d. by 1656 ), Geo. (fl. 1656), Wm. (fl.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GILDESBURGH, Sir John (c.1331-1389), of Wennington, Essex.

    1371, he evidently caught the earl’s personal attention, for he was then granted by him for life the manor of Nuthampstead (Hertfordshire) and, probably on a short lease, the de Bohun manor of South Fambridge (Essex) as well. Furthermore, in

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B

    of Southacre, co. Norfolk, 257. Barkhampstead St. Peter. See Berkhampstead. Barklay , Serjeant. See Berkeley, Sir Robert. Barkway (Barkway cum Nuthampstead), co. Herts, 115. money collected towards defence of King of Bohemia within parish of, 126. Barley , co. Herts,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Essex to the Connty of Cambs. (2). The transfer of the parishes of Ashwell, Barki- ray, Barly, Hinxworth, Kelshall, Nuthampstead, Reed, and Thir field, and so much of the parish of Royston as is in the County of Herts, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ier ]o ??. Gales, Little Jatnes-siret t, porter-merchant Jy T. O. Latham ami Co. Devonshire-square, merchants 12 ,1. VVt ght, Nuthampstead, dealer, 10 <*. ft ob rosea, Red Lion-sircct, haberdasher 12 A'l . Uoaimei* and Co. Newington, rica* Ts ]t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    White Hart, 11 ; Essex Union. Stock, 11; Mr. earth's, Silverlands, 11 ; Goodwood, Tortin.ton Common, 11.30 ; Vr. Coaling's, Nuthampstead, 11; West Kent, Cuxton, 10.45; West Kent (Woodland), W'adh.irst Station, 11; New Forest, Marl pit Oak, 11 ; Quoin, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Abbots, Ware, Thutidridge, Standon other- wise Stondon, Braughin otherwise Braughing, Little Hormead, Great Hormead. Anstey, Barkway, Barley, and Nuthamstead otherwise Nuthampstead, or some of them, in the County of Hertford ; Great Chishall and Haydon otherwise Heydon, or one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Abbots. Ware, Thundndge', Standon other- wise Stondon, Braughin otherwise Braughing, Little Hormead. Great Hormead. Anstey, Barkway, Barley, and Nuthamstead otherwise Nuthampstead. or some of them, in the County of Hertford ; Oreat Chishall and Haydon otherwise Heydon, or one of Subscribers-only content

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