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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Potsgrove

    Parishes PotsgrovePOTSGROVE The parish of Potsgrove on the Buckinghamshire border adjoins that of Battlesden and covers an area of 1,416 acres. Of these 246 are arable and 920 permanent grass. 1 The woods and plantations are estimated at 130

    Houses of Benedictine nuns St Giles in the wood priory, Flamstead

    , whose granddaughter Isabella afterwards sold to the nuns all that she owned in that place 6 ; property in Potsgrove (co. Bedford ) was made over in 1257 to the convent, 7 who in 1270 held 20 virgates of

    Parishes Battlesden

    far as 1334, when Thomas Fermbaud was licensed to impark 200 acres of land and wood in Bat tlesden and Potsgrove . 2 It is now leased to a farmer. Sir Joseph Paxton , who was born at Milton Bryant

    Parishes Higham Gobion

    4 d . 34 The abbey of Woburn possessed a small estate in Higham , which, together with land in Potsgrove , was worth £3 13 s . 71/2 d . in 1291 ; 35 in 1337 the value of

    Parishes Ivinghoe

    his will, devised a messuage in Leighton Buzzard for the poor of Leighton , Ivinghoe , Dunstable , Battlesden and Potsgrove . This parish receives £10 a year, being one-fifth of the rent, which is distributed among poor widows of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P

    , honour, 525, 693, 1012. Pockthorpe , Pokthorpe [in Nafferton parish, co. York, E. Riding ] , 884. Podesgrave. See Potsgrove. Podington , Podyngton [co. Bedford ] , 1101. Poghill. See Poughill. pointmakers. See Trades and occupations. Pokelchirche. See Pucklechurch. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mr Hill, an exten- sive farmer, occupying land and premises under his Grace the Duke of Bed- ford, at Potsgrove, near Woburn, Beds. As in the case of the Cople fire, the whole of the farm buildings, barns, stables, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the late Sir Gregory Osborne Page Turner, Bart., of Battlesden Park. The lany is possessed of the Battlesden and Potsgrove estates. FASurONABLE MAmRa.xas.-Oa Thursday the marriage of H. Tootal Broadhurst, raq., of Wood- hill, Lancashire, and Mis5s Howard Brooke, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Paxton was actively engaged as an auctioneer until 1883, thuBshaving been 45 years in businees, He was born at Potsgrove, Bedifordshire, on March 18, 1818. He was one of the prominent movers in securing the line of rail- way Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the fat wethers, candidates for a silver cup, value ten guineas, when four were produced, belonging to Mr. Butfield, of Potsgrove ; Mr. Bitherly, of Sharnbrook ; Mr. Cowley, of Aspley; and Capt. Moore, of the same place. The decision Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ham Market. On the Sth inst., at Potsgrove, Beds, Gibson Andrews, of Woburn, Beds, second son of George Andrews, of Holme Hale, Norfolk, to Emma Paxton, granddaughter of the late Thomas Paxton, of Potsgrove. On the 9th inst., at Stubbington, Subscribers-only content

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