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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The hundred of Redbornestoke Introduction INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of REDBORNESTOKE.

    OF AMPTHILL MARSTON MORETAINE CRANFIELD MAULDEN ELSTOW MILLBROOK FLITWICK RIDGMONT HOUGHTON CONQUEST STEPPINGLEY KEMPSTON WILSHAMSTEAD LIDLINGTON WOOTTON 1 This hundred contained the above-named parishes at the Survey of 1086, when Ridgmont was included in Segenhoe, now its dependent hamlet. Its

    Parishes Ridgmont

    Parishes RidgmontRIDGMONT Segenehon (xi cent.); Segenho cum Rugemound, Ridgmont (xiv-xviii cent.); Rydgemounde-cumSegenow (xvi cent.); Brakebergh (xiii cent.); Brockeborowe (xiv-xvi cent.); Brogborough (xvi-xvii cent.); Bekeryng (xiv cent.). The parish of Ridgmont has an area of 2,308 acres, of which only

    Middle division Burton Pidsea Burton Pidsea parish c. 1760

    and 99 a. of pasture. 10 The former demesne lands in Ridgmont were conveyed in the Burstwick court rolls, mostly as Burton Pidsea lands. The transfers involved bovates, and Ridgmont field was referred to in 1548 . Meadow in 'Hestham',

    Parishes Husborne Crawley

    the ordnance datum, though a small part of the Deer Park is over 400 ft. high. The village lies between Ridgmont and Woburn , on the high road which skirts Woburn Park . There are two or three examples of

    Parishes Lidlington

    thatch roof. It was formerly two cottages, and is of similar design to many of the cottages in Ampthill and Ridgmont erected by the fifth Duke of Bedford , some of which bear the date 1799. Opposite to it stands

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POTTER, Thomas (1740-1801), of Ridgmont, Beds.

    (1740-1801), of Ridgmont, Beds. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel 28 Nov. 1776 1780 Ofifces Held Second justice of Anglesey 1778- d. Biography In 1758 Potter’s father considered putting him up for Bedfordshire at the general election, but died the following year. Potter

    MACQUEEN, Thomas Potter (1792-1854), of Ridgmont, Eaton Bray, Beds.

    London;[footnote] in 1807 he retired to Ridgmont, his wife’s inheritance since 1801, and became a country gentleman. His wife was the daughter and granddaughter of Members of Parliament, both named Thomas Potter of Ridgmont, and the great granddaughter of an

    POTTER, Thomas (?1718-59), of Ridgmont, Beds.

    (?1718-59), of Ridgmont, Beds. Constituency Dates St Germans 1747 261754 Aylesbury 1754 July 1757 Okehampton 13 July 1757 17 June 1759 Ofifces Held Principal registrar of the province of Canterbury; sec. to Princess of Wales 1748-51; jt. paymaster gen. 1756-7;

    POTTER, Thomas (?1718-59), of Ridgmont, Beds.

    (?1718-59), of Ridgmont, Beds. Constituency Dates St Germans 1747 1754 Aylesbury 1754 July 1757 Okehampton 13 July 1757 17 June 1759 Ofifces Held Sec. to Prince of Wales 1748-51; jt. paymaster gen. Nov. 1756-Apr. 1757; jt. vice-treasurer [I] July 1757-

    MACQUEEN, Thomas Potter (1792-1854), of Ridgmont House, nr. Woburn, Beds.

    Potter (1792-1854), of Ridgmont House, nr. Woburn, Beds. Constituency Dates East Looe 15 Apr. 1816 1826 Bedfordshire 1826 1830 Ofifces Held Capt. Beds. yeoman cav. 1817, maj. commdt. 1817, lt.-col. 1820. Biography Macqueen"s father, a Scottish doctor who retired in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q,R

    Ridge , the Rigge [in Sutton ] , Chesh., 445. Ridge , Rigge, Herts, 627. Ridgewell , Redyswell, Essex, 205. Ridgmont , Ryggemond, Beds., 36. -, Brogborough and Northwood manors in, 473, 482, 566, 765, 956. Ridley , Rydley, Hugh Subscribers-only content

    Index, R, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    802 (3). Ridge (Rugge), Herts, II. g. 107 (55). Ridgeway (Ridgewey), John, I. g. 226 (30) II. 231 (pp. 119-20). Ridgmont (Rigmonde), Beds., II. g. 107 (55). Ridisdale . See Reedsdale. Ridley , Kent, I. g. 981 (83). Ridley ,

    Entry Book, May 1673, 1-15, 01 May 1673-31 May 1673

    co. Beds, as same of same for Beds and Huntingdon : his securities being Edw. Stone and Richard Stone, of Ridgmont, co. Beds, and William Lindale, of Harlington, co. Beds. (The commission for taking said securities being directed to Fran.

    Entry Book, September 1688, 16-30, 16 September 1688-29 September 1688

    1667 86: ( e ) 18 l . 18 s .; ( f ) Jona Morris, by sequestration, four years. Ridgmont vicarage: ( a ) 9 l .; ( b ) 18 s .; ( c ) under 10 l

    Charles I - volume 408, Undated 1638, 01 September 1638-31 December 1638

    all his lands in the parishes and hamlets of Toddington, Chalton, Herne, Sundon, Westoning, Tingrith, Eversholt, Milton Bryant, Hockliffe, and Ridgmont. [= 29 pp . ] 63. "The humble requests of the Company of Parish Clerks of London, touching some Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Wilderswood Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Bridge Hotel, Horwich, Lancashire, England 1943 Bridge Hotel, Church Street, Horwich, Lancashire, England 1953 Masonic Hall, Ridgmont, Horwich, Lancashire, England 1979

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 April 1772, 7 April 1772

    rifhes, Townihips, and Places, of Keyingha?n, Key- " ingham Marß, Ryhill and Camerton, Burßwick and " SkeckUng, Burtqn Pidfea and Ridgmont, Ottringbam, " Haljkam, Owftwick, Roos, Rimfwell, Tunftall, JVax- " holme, Elflernwick, Lelley, Humbleton, Fitting, Hilfion, " Garton, Albrough, Flinton, Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1772, 9 April 1772

    Townfhips, and Places, of Keying- " ham, Keyingham Marfh, Ryhill and Camerton, Burft- " wick and Skeckling, Burton Pidfca and Ridgmont, " Ottringham, HaJfham, Owftivick, Roofs, Rimfwell, " Tunftall, Waxholme, Elfternwick, Lelley, Humbleton, " Fitling, Hilfton, Garton, Albrough, Flinton, and Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1772, 13 April 1772

    12 Geo. III. Journals of the Houfe of Lorcta 359 « (hip of A) and from Great Bridge, through " Dudley to Kingfwinford, and to the further End of " Britttl Lane, in the Counties of Warwick, Stafford, Ci Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1772, 16 April 1772

    in the feveral Parifhes, Townfhips, and Places, of Keyinghanv, Keyingham Marß, Ryhill and Camerton, Burftwick and Skeckling, Burton Pidfea and Ridgmont, Ottringham, Halßam, Owßwick, Roofs, Rimfwell, Tunßall, Waxholme, Elfternwick, Lelley; Humbleton, Fitling, Hilfton, Garfton, Albrough, Flin- ton, and Tanfterne, within Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1802, 27 April 1802

    Parifhes, Townfhips, and Places of Keying. " ham, Keyingham Marß, Ryhill and Camerton, Burß- wick and Skeckling, Burton Pidfea and Ridgmont, Ou tringham, Haljham, Owflwick. Roofs, Rimfwell, " Turnfall, Waxholme, Elfiernwick, Lelley, Humbleton, u Fitling, Hiifion, Garton, Albrough, Flinton, and Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rooms for the performance of mass at St Helen's, to be opened on Sunday.. - The late Joseph Ridgway. of Ridgmont, Lancashire, made bequests to public institutions connected with that county of 8,6001., and annuities, to be applied to churches Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lordships afterwards attended Divine service at the Cathedral, where an a propriate sermon was preached by theRev.ArthurBaillie-l.amtnilton, AI.A., vicar of Ridgmont, Herefordshire, the High Sheriff's chaplaim. The trials of prisoners will commence at ten o'clock this morning. There are about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Camerton. J~arues Bsrlet ........... : ;- Lambert, Stink lIland. William Stainer ......... - Rounding, Keyingham. William Spicer ......... - Stickney, Ridgmont. The judges, Mr. William Billany, of Arnold Mr. William Harland, of Burton Pidsea * and Mr. John Turner, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the church threw I in their mite to this token of deserved approbation. The b for Gentleman is now at Ridgmont, near Woburn, on a very ulith pleasant and important curacy. FiRsC IN KiRKsTALL-RoAD.-At about eleven real o'cleck on Tuesday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late of Batley. HAINa4wOnTti.-Feb. 9th. at Branley, aged C4, Mr. Samuel Haiall eorth, late of Adel Mis, lAItuncAYiucs-Feb. 9th, at Ridgmont, Horrich, near Bolton, aged 33, Mary, wife of Chas. D. Hargreaves, Esq. HiEriNLP.-Feb. 8tb, aged 67, Elizabeth, roilct of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Samuel Knight, 13/3/1704

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 32205 Linked to person: Knight, Samuel 1704-1704 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Knight Forename Samuel Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 13/3/1704 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Ridgmont//Co

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