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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Quarrendon

    Parishes QuarrendonQUARRENDON Querndon (xiii, xiv cent.); Quoryndon (xiv cent.). Quarrendon (or Quarrington ) is a small and secluded parish with an area of 1,948 acres, of which 54 acres are arable; practically all the remainder is permanent grass, 1

    Parishes Fleet Marston

    her grandson George, 12 afterwards Sir George Harvey , and was conveyed by him in 1513 to Robert Lee of Quarrendon , 13 to whom he had leased it ten years previously. 14 Elizabeth 's share descended in the Hartshorns,

    Parishes Addington

    48 and known later as ADDINGTON or CARBONELS Manor . This half -hide became attached later to the honour of Quarrendon , and is so described from the 13th to the 16th century. 49 Lewi, a man of Edwi, was

    Ashendon hundred Introduction Index Map To The Hundered of Ashendon

    with Kingswood ; Fleet Marston ; North Marston ; Oakley ; Oving ; Pitchcott ; Quainton with Shipton Lee ; Quarrendon ; Shabbington ; Towersey ; Waddesdon with Westcott and Woodham Cott and Woodham ; Lower or Nether Winchendon; Worminghall

    Parishes East Claydon

    East Claydon was subinfeudated to Ralph in 1086 . 46 In the middle 13th century Ralph son of Ralph de Quarrendon held the land by the serjeanty 47 of finding a horse, haversack and pack-saddle for the king when on

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEE, George Henry, Visct. Quarendon (1718-72), of Quarrendon, Bucks., Ditchley Park and Spelsbury, Oxon.

    Visct. Quarendon (1718-72), of Quarrendon, Bucks., Ditchley Park and Spelsbury, Oxon. Constituency Dates Oxfordshire 27 Feb 1740 15 Feb 1743 Ofifces Held Custos brevium of the common pleas 1743-72; ld. of the bedchamber to the King 1760-2; high steward, Oxf.

    LEE, Sir Anthony (1510/11-49), of Quarrendon, Bucks.

    had come from Cheshire to establish himself at Quarrendon. The main line was represented two generations later by Sir Robert Lee, courtier, sheepfarmer and enclosing landlord who added four manors to the Quarrendon estate. He may have sat as a

    LEE, Sir Francis Henry, 4th Bt. (1639-67), of Quarrendon, Bucks. and Ditchley, Oxon.

    4th Bt. (1639-67), of Quarrendon, Bucks. and Ditchley, Oxon. Constituency Dates Malmesbury 1660 Malmesbury 1661 4 Dec. 1667 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Oxon. Jan. 1660-d., Bucks. 1661-d., militia, Bucks. and Oxon. Mar. 1660; j.p. Oxon. Mar. 1660-d., Bucks. July

    LEE, Sir Henry (1530/31-1611), of Quarrendon, Bucks.

    Henry (1530/31-1611), of Quarrendon, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire 1558 Buckinghamshire 1559 Buckinghamshire 1571 Buckinghamshire 1572 Ofifces Held Clerk, the armoury by 1550, master June 1580-1602 or later; j.p. Bucks. by 1558/59-77 or later, q. by 1579-96 or later, Oxon. by

    LEE, Sir Henry (c.1532-1611), of Quarrendon, Bucks.

    Henry (c.1532-1611), of Quarrendon, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire 1558 Buckinghamshire 1559 Buckinghamshire 1571 Buckinghamshire 1572 Ofifces Held ?In King’s household c.1545; clerk of armoury by 1550; capt. of Berwick 1558; on embassy to France May 1559; royal champion Nov. 1559-90;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Thomas Boleyn, a descendant from a Miaude Vavasour. The lady thus honoured by Elizabeth was eventually in- terred at Quarrendon, with the following epitaph, pre- serve-i by Lyson, inscribed upon her mernorial:- Under this rtons entombed lies a fair Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the race was well adapted for the occasion. Thestart was from out a field of Mr. J. Ivaitt's, on the Quarrendon side of Mr. Golby's farm, on the left of the Aylesbury and Winslow turn- pike-road, and at rather more Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tho~L~se URY ST L A-== bo ?6rAcm ealem c lk-- 00- - _ '0esi~In~J raessbame, of-quWedupaday.Iasti,. and drew together a large fieldi of ',tlie memlai~i of the hursts In the neigh-I loerb of fed4 their friends, besides a goodly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuckey Farm, Winslow: 2nd, 31, Mr Langton Bennett, ilt Boycote House, Buckiogham; r, Mr J W King, Whites- vo field, Quarrendon, Aylesbury i, EXTRA JUMPING PRIZES. ad Class A-Hunter, mare or gelding, that shall jump in the beat hunting form, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    now ruined church of Quarrendon, Bucks, and was formerly on a slab of Purbeck marble, now used as a hearth-stone in a cottage near the church. The brass is referred to in a poemn entitled " Quarrendon," by the Rev. Subscribers-only content

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