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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Quanton with Shipton Lee

    old stone-pits to the north-east of Quainton Hill , from the summit of which the view is said to extend over seventeen countries. The Market Cross, Quainton The large and scattered village of Quainton occupies a fairly central position in

    Parishes Grendon Underwood

    of Grendon and Quainton , see under the parish of Quainton . The charity of Christobella, Viscountess Saye and Sele, founded by will dated 8 December 1787 , is possessed of school buildings at Grendon and at Quainton , and

    House of Knights Hospitallers The commandery of Hogshaw

    vi. 809; from the Confirmation Charter of I John. The lands and tenements granted by Richard Malet (ibid. 835) in Quainton were probably a separate gift. L. B. Larking , The Knights Hospitallers ( Camden Soc.), 68-9. Ibid. Records of

    Parishes Hogshaw

    . 20 Litigation ensued, 21 but in 1603 Pigott settled the manor, 22 and it subsequently descended with Doddershall in Quainton (q.v.) to Richard Pigott , who was involved in money difficulties in 1624 . 23 He with his son

    Ashendon hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundered of Ashendon

    Ilmer ; Kingsey ; Ludgershall with Kingswood ; Fleet Marston ; North Marston ; Oakley ; Oving ; Pitchcott ; Quainton with Shipton Lee ; Quarrendon ; Shabbington ; Towersey ; Waddesdon with Westcott and Woodham Cott and Woodham ;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WINWOOD, Richard (1609-88), of Quainton, Bucks.

    Waterworks, owned land in Norfolk and Suffolk as well as Buckinghamshire, and provided for the erection of almshouses at Quainton. He died on 28 June 1688 and was buried at Quainton, his estates eventually passing to his nephew, Ralph Montagu*.[footnote]

    DORMER, John (1612-79), of Lee Grange, Quainton, Bucks.

    of Lee Grange, Quainton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckingham May 1646 Buckingham 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. by 1640-d., Worcs. 1647-8, 1649-July 1660, Buckingham 1654, 1660, 1663; commr. for defence, Worcs. 1644, assessment, Worcs. 1644, 1648-52, Jan. 1660, Bucks. 1647-52, 1657,

    DORMER, Fleetwood (1658-1723), of Lee Grange, in Quainton, Bucks.

    of Lee Grange, in Quainton, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 28 Mar. 1696 1698 Chipping Wycombe 1701 1710 Malmesbury 30 Nov. 1719 1722 Ofifces Held Recorder, Chipping Wycombe 1695-1718; commr. of prizes 1706-7; master in Chancery 1710-d. Biography The Dormers

    MISSENDEN, Sir Edmund (c.1355-94), of Great Missenden, Bucks.

    and in 1354 obtained a grant as ‘King’s yeomen’ of free warren on his demesne lands at Great Missenden and Quainton, Buckinghamshire, Farley Chamberlayne, Hampshire, and Kelstern and Brackenborough, Lincolnshire. His integration into Buckinghamshire society then proceeded rapidly, helped no

    DORMER, Fleetwood (1657-1723), of Lincoln’s Inn and Chipping Wycombe, Bucks.

    on his way from Wycombe to London, being thrown from his horse and breaking a leg. He resigned his recordership of Wycombe in March 1718 and his mastership three years later. He was buried at Quainton on 21 Oct. 1723.[footnote]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    Quainton. Quenton , Glouc. See Quinton. Querne abbey . See Quarr. Quesnoy (Quennoye, Quesno) or Le Quesnoy le Conte, in Hainault. I. 776 II. 65, 187, 230, 246, 292. -, letter dated at, II. 92. Queynton , Bucks. See

    Index, Q, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Q Q Quainton , Bucks, g. 611 (7). Quarre , Soms. (near Witham?), p. 559. Quarrendon (Quarynden) , Bucks, 730. Quartier (Carter) , Jacques, a French pilot, 543 (p. 246), 704. Quarynden . See Quarrendon. Quayde , Harman, 80. Queen

    Warrant Books, December 1713, 16-31, 16 December 1713-31 December 1713

    Aug., paid the subscription for Quainton, 20 guineas 21 10 0 2 Sept., paid my travelling charges to manage the running for her Majesty ' s plates in Yorkshire, at Alcot [Ascot ] and Quainton from 10 July to 2

    Charitable accounts of the Ironmongers' Company

    Charitable accounts of the Ironmongers' Company IRONMONGERS' COMPANY. Charitable Accounts. Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Justice Randall's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining, in the City of London, of which the following persons are the

    Index, Q, R

    709. -, Thomas, mercer, 607, 618, 709, 1207. -, -, esquire, 1155. Quainton , Queynton [co. Buckingham ] , 273. Quarell , Henry, 419. Quarme , Quarum [in Kilve parish, co. Somerset ] , manor, 143. Quarrendon , Quarryngdon, Querendon Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 February 1740, 23 February 1741

    and One Hun¬ dred Acres of Marfli Ground, with the Appurte¬ nances, in Sibdon Shepedon Shipton Lee Lee Grainge and Quainton, in the faid Declaration Iaft mentioned above fpecified), and Damages aforefaid, is there any Error, and that the fame Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1828

    Street,Golden Square; ChapeLGuildford Street, Southwark; Alston; Mitcheldean and Ruardean; Keysoe; Chapel, Spain Lane, Boston; Chapel, High Street, Boston; Newton Abbott; Quainton; Prescot; Ashburton; Chapel, New Road, Brighton; Chapel, Castle Square, Wisbech; Chapel, Abersychan; Weedon Beck; Chipping Sodbury; Ottery Saint Mary; Subscribers-only content

    10 March 1829, 10 March 1829

    the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Freeholders, Land. Quaiuton, holders and Tradesmen, Inhabitants of the Parish of &c: Quainton, with its Hamlets of Dodders Hall, Denham and Shipton Lee, in the County of Buckingham, whose Names are thereunto Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Presbytery of Auchterarder ; Colnbrook, &c.; Condicote; Dinton ; Ilmer and Aston Sandford ; Buck- land ; Weston Turville; and Quainton, &c, 151. — Radnage; Gawcott; Tillicoultry ; Whitburn; Amderby; Ponteland; Clergy of Huddersfield and Halifax; and of West Riding Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1833, 22 April 1833

    Waltham Abbey, whose Names are Abbey : thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Quainton: Dissenters of the Parish of Quainton, in the County of Bucks, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Page, 2/3/1820

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 16872 Linked to person: Page, William 1802-1820 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Page Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 2/3/1820 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Quainton//Bucks

    Bladen Downing, 19/12/1817

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 18643 Linked to person: Downing, Bladen 1765-1817 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Downing Forename Bladen Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 19/12/1817 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Quainton//Bucks

    Benjaminus Archer, 18/12/1732

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 20206 Linked to person: Archer, Benjamin 1676-1732 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Archer Forename Benjaminus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 18/12/1732 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Quainton//Bucks

    Jeffrey Ekins, 8/6/1775

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22269 Linked to person: Ekins, Jeffery 1730-1792 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ekins Forename Jeffrey Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 8/6/1775 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Quainton//Bucks

    Jefferey Ekins, 29/3/1765

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 23116 Linked to person: Ekins, Jeffery 1730-1792 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ekins Forename Jefferey Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 29/3/1765 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Quainton//Bucks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2. Tile Hill. Saturday ... - 3. Kenilworth Castle. THE SOUTH WARWICKSHIRH HOUNDS.-At iecen. This day ... Feb. 27 . Quainton. Tuesday ... - 28 . ee Golden Cross. Thursday .... Mar. 1. . Lower Jhuckburgh. Friday ... - 2. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Partbonope (Crickmere), Stray (Loatee), Marquis of Steayne (Luke), Indian Princess (Peppler), Lawn Sleeves (Goddard), Protomartyr (Con- stable), Ceres (Weedon), and Quainton (Spencer) also ran.- Iletling: 7 to 4 agat Protomartyr, 4 to 1 agat Contraband, d to I agst Parthenope, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by dS. Albanes-31beria .~~~~~~~~~Huntable 0 ........................................ ............... liuxtsbl O Mr. W. Nleho~l's Raby Casatle, by Csmeerio-Blohemla .S.. nowvl1n 0 Ilr.Malliford's Quainton, by tile tlastlags-.Jzny l~r Hope's Young ydmonton, by Sydmeonton-Mald of tMalvern ............... J Jeffery 0 LoidAylesford's Vandordecken, by Saeolsromater- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saxon Queen (Cannon), Molodist (Nuanl. Sleniford (J. Goater), Coumnterufeit (Parry). Fiancee colt1 4Relaey), 3emnne's llhwbee (Hiarrison), Marquis of -Steyne' andC Quainton (Gregory) also ran. - Betting: 3 to 1 Mgt *0einle'a lkewhec. 5 to 1 agst Sheik, 100 to 15 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2; Cowlieteaw, 8; EvasU, 0; Adauns, 0; extras, 2; tctaL, 43. 3fanor. Cricket Gh cc-Batser 0;. Bclton, It; Boon, 4; Quainton, 4;- Spiers, 0: Dfoore, *3, ilolyoak, 0: Barusley (not out), 4; Marriott. 0; BasnarL 0; Coart5; extras, 6; tola], Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Life in our villages, 1891

    sewage. The position of the place on the hillside would render it the easiest thing in the world to drain it most effectually, and with good water and efficient drainage, and comfortable cottages, Quainton might be, and ought to be, Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    working with great zeal and energy and no little anxiety to grapple with the legacy of mischief left him in Quainton . But the rational and satisfactory course is, as I pointed out early in this series of articles, such Subscribers-only content

    Life in our villages, 1891

    the effect that my Lords of the Privy Council had no power to grant the permission. It was feared at Quainton that if the schoolroom were taken for the purpose without permission, they might permanently lose their grant or be Subscribers-only content

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