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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pitstone

    Parishes PitstonePITSTONE Pincenestorne, Pincelestorne (xi cent.); Pichenestorre, Puchelesthorne, Pichelesburne, Pechelestorne, Pichesthorn, Pythelesthorn (xii-xiii cent.); Pikelesthorn, Pynchenestorn (xiii-xviii cent.); Pightlesthorn (xiv-xix cent.); Pittleston, Pitchthorn, Pitstone (xvii- xviii cent.). The parish of Pitstone consists of 1,644 acres, of which 949 acres

    Parishes Nettleden

    was originally a chapelry in the parish of Pylesthorne or Pitstone in Buckinghamshire , but was formed into a parish in 1895 from parts of the parishes of Ivinghoe and Pitstone , and at the same time transferred from the

    Parishes Fleet Marston

    manors of Neyrnuts Grove and Hartshorn, passed through the marriage of his daughter Maud to the Neyrnuts and descended with Pitstone Neyrnut (q.v.) to the sisters of the last John Neyrnut, Margaret wife of John Harvey , and Elizabeth wife

    House of Bonhommes The college of Ashridge

    destruccionis omnium domorum religiosorum in Anglia . 40 The original endowment of the house included the manors of Ashridge , Pitstone (Bucks), Little Gaddesden and Hemel Hempstead ( Herts ), with the advowson of the church of Hemel Hempstead .

    The hundred of Cottesloe Introduction


  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    ] , 246. Pistols , ordered from a gunmaker and treason suspected, 393. Pitstone (Pichelesthorne) [Bucks ] , tenants of, proceedings against Lord Chancellor of England, concerning Pitstone Wood, Bucks, 452. Pitston [e ] Wood [Bucks ] , proceedings concerning,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    of, 61, 233, 337 Pintoe , Francis, 297 8 Pishey , Richard, 277 Pitman , Francis, 46 -, John, 304 Pitstone , co. Buckingham, 33 Pitt [Pett, Pitts, Pytt ] -, George, 146 -, John, 193, 264 -, Richard, 59,

    Index, P, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    -, Ric., i. g. 282 (37). -, Wm., i. g. 1081 (28). Pigeons , ii. 641. Piglesthorne , Bucks, See Pitstone. Pigott , Eleanor, i. g. 282 (52 p. 129). -, (Pigote), Fras., i. g. 282 (52 p. 129), 622

    General Index, P, Q, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    gunpowder by Pitchcott , Bucks Pitcher , George "Pitchers," soapmakers' works so called Pitfield , co. Wilts, see Fifield Bavant. Pitstone , co. Bucks Pitt , Phillep, [Philippa ] her mother Pix , trial of the Plague , the proclamation Subscribers-only content

    James II - volume 2, March 1687, 01 March 1687-31 March 1687

    of the county of Leicester: Jonathan and David Coleman of Leicester, Thomas Farren and his wife of the same, Thomas Pitstone and his wife of the same, Samuel Wilson and his wife of the same, John Paine and his wife Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYCH, John, of Hereford.

    pardon for having acquired without licence views of frankpledge in Arlesey and Padworth, Bedfordshire, and in Linford, Lillingstone Dayrell and Pitstone, Buckinghamshire, by Talbot’s grant and for term of his, Wych’s, life. Even so, he did not surrender his royal

    WHAPLODE, William (d.1447), of Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks.

    made purchases of land at Wycombe, Wendover and Halton and, together with his second wife, he acquired more at Ivinghoe, Pitstone and elsewhere. By unrecorded means he also came into possession of a fourth part of the manor of Weston

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prisonets, Smrrz4 R&xion, and EoGLrroN, who are charged with the murder of the gamnekeepes Pu ;s and CA"Vuyi on the Pitstone estate, were brofight befoe the magistrates at Toinghoe, Aylesbury, yesterdiF. A stasement made by Sarrkwas read. )e admilted that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three men, named RGodm, SETr, and. EGGLTON, were charged with the murder of two gamekeepers, named pu1DnrTrr and CRAWvLE, at Pitstone, near Aylesbury, on December 12. Important state. ments were made by EGGLETON and RAYnER of an incriminating character, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exhibition. The two men named RAYNR~ and EGG.IZNI, who were sentenced to death for the murder of two zamekeepers at Pitstone, were executed at Oxford gaol yesterday morning. BIMGTON wsI the executioner. I The State purchase of railways is to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a long ilners, aced S5. IN 9xEMORtI.& B2ENroS.-In loving remembrance of Edwin Benson, of 71, F3aery Street, Birmingham, also of Pitstone, Herta, who deed Febru~sc 17. 1556. H.A:NCOCxS.-In affectionate remembrance of Albert He9O5y IHaicocks, of Birmiughatn, who died 15th October, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to-,ay. Interment aG Wt:C or j to-morrow (Thursday). i ENSON.-OU the 15th inst.., suddenly, aged 63, Mary Ann Bens.' sif Pitstone, sierts, widowor thc d ste Edwin Benson, of !rP5221 h Strect, Bimiinghan.G CLEnWS.-On the 23rd inst., at Ehernett House, Subscribers-only content

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