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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Mursley

    John at Salden , as a letter of 1602 speaks of a royal progress which was then purposed, 'first to Sir John Fortescue 's in Buckingham shire,' 7 and James I and his queen were entertained at Salden House in

    The hundred of Cottesloe Introduction

    Mursley Hundred, containing Drayton Parslow , Dunton , Hoggeston , Great Horwood with Singleborough , Little Horwood , Mursley with Salden , Stewkley , Swanbourne , Tattenhoe , Whaddon with Nash and Winslow 3 ; Yardley Hundred, containing Cheddington ,

    Parishes Swanbourne

    dormers, and internally the original features include two fireplaces. It is said to have been built by the Fortescues of Salden , who, tradition asserts, used it principally as a nursery or hospital for the children when ill. 2 North

    Parishes Beachampton

    King Edward and in 1086 . 62 It passed to the Fitz Niel family with Lewin's manors in Mursley and Salden (q.v.), and followed the descent of these and of Whityngham's Manor in Great Kimble 63 until 1499, in which

    Husbands Bosworth

    1624) of Salden (Bucks.), came to live in Husbands Bosworth Hall . 64 The senior branch of the Fortescues , descendants of her eldest son John, who was created a baronet in 1636 , 65 remained at Salden , but

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Grace Fortescue

    Details Grace Fortescue in religion Barbara Born 1617 in Salden Died 1666 15 Feb father Sir John Fortescue 1st bart mother Frances Stanley

    Mary Frances Fortescue

    Details Mary Frances Fortescue in religion Ignatia Born 1616 in Salden Died 1672 aft 15 Jul in Ghent father Sir John Fortescue 1st bart mother Frances Stanley

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FORTESCUE, Thomas II (b.c.1566), of Salden, Bucks.

    II (b.c.1566), of Salden, Bucks. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1593 Biography Fortescue was probably brought into Parliament by Henry, 5th Baron Windsor, perhaps at his father’s request, after a fierce contest with Francis Goodwin. He died s.p. and almost certainly

    VERNEY, Francis (1531/34-59), of Salden in Mursley, Bucks. and London.

    (1531/34-59), of Salden in Mursley, Bucks. and London. Constituency Dates Buckingham Mar. 1553 Buckinghamshire 1555 Ofifces Held Sewer, the chamber by 1547-d.; member, household of Princess Elizabeth in 1554. Biography Francis Verney received under his father’s will of 1543 lands

    FORTESCUE, Francis (c.1563-1624), of Salden, Bucks.

    (c.1563-1624), of Salden, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckingham 1589 Buckingham 1593 Buckingham 1597 Buckinghamshire 1601 Ofifces Held Commr. musters, Bucks. 1596; j.p.q. and custos rot. 1600; esquire of the body to Queen Elizabeth; surveyor, Bucks. 1606, sheriff 1608-9. Biography Fortescue owed

    FORTESCUE, John I (1533-1607), of Holborn, London; Welford, Berks. and Salden, Bucks.

    Holborn, London; Welford, Berks. and Salden, Bucks. Constituency Dates Wallingford 1559 Wallingford 1572 Buckingham 1586 Buckinghamshire 1589 Buckinghamshire 1593 Buckinghamshire 1597 Middlesex 1601 Middlesex 1604 Ofifces Held Member of Princess Elizabeth’s household c.1555; keeper of the great wardrobe from 1559;

    GIFFARD, John (d.c.1436), of Whaddon, Bucks.

    October 1401, shared with Hugh Martyn and Walter Bacon, clerk, a 20-year lease at the Exchequer of the manor of Salden in Buckinghamshire, together with certain lands which Richard II’s queen Anne had once held in the villages of Great

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the world. That was the Synagogue Roll of the Law. We learn from one of the dissertations of William Salden, of Utrecht, that Adam was a pam- phleteer, and so was Eve, many accounts having attributed to her a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 135 Loge a 111 Curio CWlin DITTO. 214 Carls St. Domningo DITTO. f 4 Logo Me~xican DITTO. a 30 ,,Salden TIMBER. 21 ,,E. I.T'eak TISIBER. 8 , E. I. SATINSWOOD. 361 pieces St. Doemingo LIGNUJSI VITxE. 18 Stocks Mahogany Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VRni SALB-INN~S AND BUBILC*HOUJSES. W'4UtINE Rotail Tavern, Islington, amidst larce works. which enurs a large trade. Satlefaotory reasons for leaving. Rent lo.Goodwill £120. Valuation about £100. -Gray, Son, aird ,Walker, Auctioneers. 31. Temple Row. CORNER Retail Tavern, Hockloy ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... it~eklno, ar Bildings, he.. f M R. THOMAS J. BARNETT, of Wolverhamnpton, I -i in~coujuncto .with Messr. Balden and Salden, of Bir- minghamn, wilt Sell by Auction, by order of the Trustees of the will 1 of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    out)h2, lames Ii etra 2 out) l8.Egat FtiJnshers6 Pralice 1, A. W. illso 1, Wllim 4 ade 4 L~ow. 21, Salden 6, I).o Bil Mnotset 14,Ieads0 Henderson 10,(arrdinoha, extras 43; totall173. S--PAINFLD LZLS V. TKING'S HEATH.-Played on thae SpriengfedGo. Sp.PalrBngnettd: Subscribers-only content

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