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You searched for: Place: Prestwood, Date from: 1800-01-01, Date to: 1900-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ifield Manors and other estates

    were mad e after 1970 . The manor of PRESTWOOD perhaps represents former demesne woodland of Rusper priory 90 broken up for cultivation during the Middle Ages. Four yardlands at Prestwood and elsewhere were held of Bramber rape by the

    Parishes Great Missenden

    village of Prestwood to the west and north of it. The soil is alluvial, with a chalk base, abounding in the deposit of flint and shells. The subsoil is chalk. There are disused chalk-pits to the east of Prestwood and

    List of maps

    few sheep fattened, the only other livestock, besides working cattle, being lambs taken in for winter keep. 93 Prestwood common on Prestwood manor was mentioned in 1636 . 94 From c . 1661 John Fenner and three others were to

    Parishes Hughenden

    Wycombe to Great Missenden are the hamlets of Four Ashes , Great Kingshill and the village and ecclesiastical parish of Prestwood formed 9 April 1852 out of Hughenden, Great Missenden and a detached portion of Stoke Mandeville . Naphill hamlet

    Smethwick Manor

    whose grandson, also Charles, sold them to Thomas Foley in 1661 . In 1709 Thomas Foley 's son, Philip, of Prestwood in Kingswinford , sold the manors to George Birch of Harborne and Henry Hinckley of the Beakes, Smethwick .

  • * British History Online *

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    Aldermen of the City of London, Cornhill ward

    122 b ). May 28, 1668 65 John Cudworth, Girdler [Nominated: Aldermen Sir J. Lawrence and Sir S. Starling, John Prestwood ( Haberdasher ) ] Sworn and discharged June 2, 1668; fine of 420 (Rep. 73, fo. 183 b ).

    Cecil Papers, February 1605, 01 February 1605-28 February 1605

    Dom ., 1603 10, p. 15, and also pp. 175 and 192. ] Nicholas Goodridge. 1604 5, February 7. Thomas Prestwood and Walter Goodridge submitted a petition to the Master of the Court of Wards concerning the alleged lunacy of

    Aldermen of the City of London, Cordwainer ward

    Sworn and discharged July 9, 1668; fine of 420 (Rep. 73, fo. 223 b ). July 21, 1668 69 John Prestwood, Haberdasher [Nominated: Aldermen Sir W. Peake (Lord Mayor) and Sir R. Hanson, John Ashurst ( Draper ) Sworn and

    Appendix, Extracts from the Foreign Charge, 1563-71

    as by the journal appears 16s.4d., summa 6.0s.10d. Summa totalis 38.2s.0 d. 5 306. 1563 64 [f.112v ] To William Prestwood stationer for binding of two great books containing the accounts of George Medley, Thomas Hayes and John Sturgeon, late

    The Chamberlain's Account 1585-6, Nos. 227-81

    by warrant from my lord mayor for 5 paper books delivered to the lord mayor 24s.; 14 March to William Prestwood stationer for 3 small books of paper, one roll of parchment, one book of paper royal for a journal,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iawn, ac wedi ei osod mewn ftramni oreuredig ar- id dderchog. Yr anerchiad oedd fel y canlyn:- at h. " Prestwood Lucas, Esq., M.D., Brecon. di hb "Dear Sir,-The Committee of Trefecca Col- hi lege, desire hereby to express their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorubury, labourer, agPd 3528, wo was killed by the diseharge of a s prie57 tiN, laid in a presnrvet called Prestwood, oil tile lireceding niorsnilitu - It ppeared in cvidetice, that the keepeis uere tlinC tile.1io=otn for poaclhers; that five Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EAST WOeeeESTEeESiRnE-The li- beral electors of the county are taking active measures with the view of nominating Mr Hodgetts Poley,of Prestwood, as Mr Barneby's successor. fir Poley is a moderate Whir in politics. He is a supporter of the established Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    over, he has addressed himself to the subject of church-rates, on which vexed question he discoursed at considerable length, at Prestwood in Buckinghamshire, the other day. Mr Disraeli said that he was opposed to the decision come to last session Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clergy and laity of the rural deanery of Amersham was held at Prestwood, Bucking- hamshire, last week, to consider the present aspect of the church-rate question, and the course expedient to adopt with regard to it. The rural dean (the Subscribers-only content

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