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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friars minors of Ware

    the pope in August 1395 to extend their bounds for begging and preaching within 5 miles of any place, except Puckeridge , which before their house was founded had belonged to the district of the Cambridge friars. 4 Henry IV,

    Parishes Standon

    from All Saints' Chapel, Puckeridge , to Lapdenbridge, 57 and in 1390 the bailiffs and constables of Standon , Puckeridge and Buntingford were allowed a similar grant for the road between Wadesmill and Buntingford and between Puckeridge and Braughing .

    Parishes Great Munden

    over 400 ft. The village of Great Munden lies on the road which branches off westwards from Ermine Street at Puckeridge ; the road from Little Munden to Westmill crosses it in the centre of the village, and passes through

    Parishes Braughing

    The house called Gatesbury is situated a little to the east of the Cambridge road where it branches off at Puckeridge . A wood called Gatesbury Wood lies to the north-east. Uphall The manor of UPHALL first appears in the

    The colleges and halls Trinity Hall Trinity Hall . Sable a crescent within a border ermine . [Granted 1575 ]

    of Norwich ( 1500-36 ), gave in 1522 504 acres 'on the site of the manor of Mutford 's' near Puckeridge ; the manorial rights had a small value when the land was sold 300 years later. Dr. Harvey left

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst., '.f a dalrghttere the Lady of James Lester, Esq. of INe. cowtl, Cratched 1nriarl. At her father's Ihmese, at Puckeridge, Herls. *n Satordlav mvorning, the thillnn., the Lady ,I lMr. Abrahan De Ilorutejun. ofllot IsnCu mu a ,onr, be-inrg Subscribers-only content

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    West observed that the decisions alluded to would tend greatly to promote the extension of the franchise. Mr Edridge, of Puckeridge house, has acceded to the call of the North Wilts Reform Association, to stand for the vacancy, against Mr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to contest the northern division of this county, !Mr S6tberod, ttie champion of the corn lawsi and Mr Edridge, of Puckeridge housei'who eame forward to fight the battle of free trade, and wh" avowed himself the enemy of all monopolies; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to look through the chamber window, and then suspected that something wrong had occurred. A messenger was then sent to Puckeridge for Mr. Packenan, surgeon, but before that gentleman's errival the man servant had burst open the door of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been entrusted to Mr. J. W. Benson, of 21, Old Bond Street, and Ludgate Hill. Alfred Hedges, huntsman to the Puckeridge, met wIth a severe fall on Eaturday last, broke his collar bone, and was bruised Internally, owing to his Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WIGRAM, William (1780-1858).

    family shared control of the borough with the Tottenhams.Wigram, who subsequently settled at Bennington, Hertfordshire, and was for many years master of the Puckeridge foxhounds, died 8 Jan. 1858.R. S. Wigram, Wigram Fam. 34, 64-65; Add. 40280, ff. 35, 41.

    THORNBURY, Sir Philip (d.1457), of Little Munden and Bygrave, Herts.

    Hertfordshire Dec. 1421 Hertfordshire 1426 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Herts. Nov. 1401 (robbery at Puckeridge), Feb., July 1436 (ownership of land at Thele), Feb. 1451 (felonies); oyer and terminer Mar., Sept. 1417 (evasion of labour services by bondsmen of

    CALVERT, John (?1758-1844), of Albury Hall, Herts.

    and retired from the House after 50 consecutive years of membership. Calvert had always maintained his family"s association with the Puckeridge Hunt and was joint-master with Nicholson Calvert until 1826.[footnote] He died a bachelor in June 1844, in the "87th

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 25th October 1843

    Hoddesdon ; 4thly at Buntingford , (where we got out) after passing through Ward's Mill , Colliers End , & Puckeridge ; 5thly at Melbourne passing before, through Buckland , Reed Hill , & Royston . At the latter Place,


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