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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Passenham PASSENHAM Site of Passenham Village Deanshanger Village

    from the other Puxley manor. 14 The Honor of Grafton Estate in Puxley . In the late 17th century and early 18th the honor (later Wakefield Lodge ) estate at Puxley consisted of a farm at Puxley Green of 38

    Cosgrove COSGROVE Cosgrove Village

    20 marks for his lands in Cosgrove , Puxley , Tiffield and 'Watfeld'. 43 In 1226-9 Robert's so n Hugh Revell was involved in litigation concerning 3½ virgates in Cosgrove and Puxley , 44 and in 1235 Roger Revell held

    East Donyland Economic history

    a boatyard in High Street in 1871 . That or another yard was owned or managed by members of the Puxley family from 1878 and of the Houston family by 1894 . It employed 60-70 men in 1898 , when

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    and the lane from Potterspury to Puxley an area of open field was inclos ed in 1776 , 17 described in 1728 as part of Holywell Field, which was said to belong to Puxley , 18 a hamlet straddling the

    Index K-Z

    de; William de Puxley , in Passenham and Potterspury : see under Passenham Puxley Farm ; Puxley Glebe Farm ; Puxley Grange ; Puxley Green , in Passenham q.v . Puxley Road , in Deanshanger q.v . Puxley , Alice

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDINGTON, John I (d.1419), of Thele and Hunsdon, Herts. and Springfield, Essex.

    Hunsdon in Hertfordshire.[footnote] She also possessed a title to part of the manor of Eaton in Bedfordshire and land in Puxley, Northamptonshire, but neither of these properties descended to her son.[footnote] Given that John Goldington II* also had connexions with

    BROUGHTON, John (bef.1331-1403), of Broughton, Bucks.

    maternal uncle, Thomas le Forester, he inherited a share (with two aunts) of certain properties in Northamptonshire (including one at Puxley); and, having added to his holdings in Buckinghamshire by purchasing land in Wolverton, Padbury, Newport Pagnell and Chichele in

    HENEAGE, John (c.1485-1557), of Benniworth, Lincs.

    and Stainton, and in 1539 a lease of West Torrington, all in Lincolnshire. In 1540 he exchanged lands in Deanshanger, Puxley and Wicken, Northamptonshire, and paid nearly £100 for messuages in London, church lands in Lincolnshire, and the house and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3fr. foe- gonngdraarh 7hynt ou hnnain, Pywqdi; fod~ yma ddau aall me golwg-u-yln Gardi, a'rllall yn Wyddel, sef yr hynod Puxley, yr hwn a wrthod'wyd yn y yflwyddyn fythgofiadwy 1868. Srbyp y byddo i hyn o lineilsu yn Ilaw y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cross Roads. Friday.,,.. ,7.,,... Bulwick. THE DUKE OF ORAFTOWiS HOUNDS.-AiP Eleern. This day.... April 3........ Preston Capes. Tbuxsday,... ,,,, . Puxley. Saturday.... 5.,8..... Lulield Abbey. TTHE EiBEFORDSHIRE HOUNDS.-At,Ten. This day.... April 35..... Park's Bridge. Thursday.. a... ..... Hampton Court. Saturday......... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii cOullt 1tOysto0 (C). CARNAR VON. Parry (L) and Peninanit (C) nominated. (ARDMARTiHENSHIE. Sartoris tL), Pugh 1CQ, Joneri C), and. Puxley (C) nomi nated. CHESHIRE, AID. Hou. WV. Egerton (C.), lion. J. 13. L. Warren (L.,) anJ G. C. Legh Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ouse., Itaoenotono, noer Aalilly-doleVla4uoli. Geoirgi Charles Gamtelow Lockhlart, Lutson Beds. Coal Merchant., William Teseondrow ilteliien, CoislyleI, fleer Lelcester, izogluneer John Puxley White. Mount Plieasant, Ceigathoepei near Loungh isornsl. Annutnit. Celinhas, oalMerchmant, Henry Workman. Leos Hillceste. linn is..-i'i'o'sLereterihreB~ski~cCompaney, Leicester; LonlonAgnts Hoir. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Jodrell Scholars'hip.-Charles Stacy Coaman, Queen's College, formerly of 1\onconformist Gramarm School. Bishop's Stortiord. To an Egles d Scholarship.-Eerhbert Larsilin Puxley, Eton College. To Hastings Exhibitions.-l. Francis Brigrs, Bra-d- ford School (mothemadtic) (honorary scholar). 2. John Dobson, Hevershaim School (mathemntiue) Subscribers-only content

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