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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Campton cum Shefford and Chicksands

    cum Shefford and Chicksands CAMPTON CUM SHEFFORD and CHICKSANDS Camelton or Campton (xi cent. to xx cent.), Cambleton (xiv cent.), Shyfforth (xvi cent.). The parish of Campton cum Shefford contains the village of Campton and the market town of Shefford

    Clifton hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Clifton

    Containing The Parishes of Arlesey ; Campton -Cum- Shefford and Chicksands ; Clifton ; Henlow ; Holwell ; Meppershall ; Shillington (part of) with Lower stondon and Little Holwell ; Stotfold ; Upper Stondon 1 The boundaries of this hundred

    Parishes East Shefford or Little Shefford

    Parishes East Shefford or Little Shefford EAST SHEFFORD or LITTLE SHEFFORD Siford (xi-xii cent.); Scifford (xii cent.); Schipford (xii-xiii cent.); Sipford, Sibeford, Sibesford, Shiford (xiii cent.). The parish of East or Little Shefford lies on either side of the Lambourn

    Parishes West or Great Shefford

    Parishes West or Great Shefford WEST or GREAT SHEFFORD This parish lies on either side of the Lambourn Valley and contains 2,243 acres, of which 1,853 are arable, 109 permanent grass and 74 woods and plantations. 1 The soil is

    Parishes Welford

    to their church at Welford , and thus this part of Shefford came into this parish. 97 The Domesday record states that Bristei had held 11/2 hides in Shefford of the Confessor and that at the time of the Survey

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARSTON, Richard, of Bedford and Shefford, Beds.

    of Bedford and Shefford, Beds. Constituency Dates Bedford 1417 Ofifces Held Collector of taxes, Beds. Mar. 1442. Biography In October 1419 Marston, who was then described as ‘of Bedford, gentleman’, joined with others in offering securities of £10 to the

    PALMER, Geoffrey (1642-61), of Carlton Park, Northants.

    owed his election for Ludgershall to his mother’s Roman Catholic kinsfolk. His cousin, Elinor Blount, married George Browne of Shefford, who controlled one seat there. His father’s influence as attorney-general was brought to bear on the sheriff of Wiltshire (Sir

    BLAGGE, Henry (c.1549-96), of Little Horningsheath, Suff.

    Sudbury 1584 Sudbury 1586 Biography Blagge inherited lands in Shefford and Dartford, Kent when he was only two, on the death of his father, a gentleman of the bedchamber to Henry VIII. He probably moved to Suffolk shortly afterwards, when

    LANGFORD, Sir William (c.1366-1411), of Bradfield, Berks.

    the prospects of his other daughter, Lucy, were to benefit from the sale of certain lands he had acquired at Shefford and elsewhere. The bulk of Langford’s estates was to pass to his eldest son, Robert, although when they reached

    BROWNE, Richard I (d.1669), of Maiden Lane, London and Debden Hall, nr. Saffron Walden, Essex.

    of the year. Like Titus in the previous Parliament, he probably owed his seat to the Roman Catholic Brownes of Shefford, although they were not related. He was again moderately active in the Cavalier Parliament, being named to 63 committees,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tire 2tst inst. at Camberwell, Mr. Thomas Green Rtichardson, aged 14, soei of Air. PichardsonMontnment-yard. On Tuesday, August i9th, at Shefford, Bedfordshire, in his 5fth year, Robeet Bloomfield, author of the - Farmer's Boy," &c. &c. His constitution, naturalUY weak, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Farms" "- Wild Flowers;" " Banks of the Wye," and " May-day with the Muses." Yh his retirement at Shefford, he was afflicted with the melancholy conse- quent upou want of object, and died (19th August, 1823, aged 5 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manafacturer. [Hardwick & Davidson, Cateaton st. Friday, November 24. InSOLVENTS.-J. Leavy, Kent hotel, Herne hay, Kent, innkeeper. J. M. Laymens, Shefford, Bedfordabire, surgeon. BAN]CaurPicY AKNULLED .-B. Thomas, Grove st. Lisson grove, cowkeeper. 11 BANSXIUPTS. J. Moore, Leather lane, Holborn, builder. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the law, and with the shield of a pater- nal ruler over them. A petition for the Ballot from Shefford, in Bedfordshire, presented by Mr Wakley, after some just observations on the defective working of the Reform Bill, concludes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    travelled together till within twenty miles of their destina- tion, when the pony indicated great distress, but continued on to Shefford, which is nine miles from Bedford, when he fe dead from exhaustion. OMMISSION or LuNAcY.-Tuesday an inquisition issued against Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 May 1757, 2 May 1757

    Bygrave in the faid County of Hertford, 1 and to the South and North Bridges in the Town of ' Shefford in the faid County of Bedford." .Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1757, 17 May 1757

    in the faid County of Hert- " ford, and to the South and North Bridges in the Town " of Shefford in the faid County of Bedford" To thefe Bills the Royal Affent was pronounced, feverally, by the Clerk Affiftant, Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1769, 17 April 1769

    in the County of Hertford, through " Shefford, to the Turnpike Road from Saint Albans " to Bedford, and other Roads therein mentioned; " and for repairing and widening the Road from " Shefford Way Poft to the Turnpike Road Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1769, 18 April 1769

    Hitchin, in the County of Hert¬ ford, through Shefford, to the Turnpike Road from Saint Albans to Bedford, and other Roads therein mentioned; and for repairing and widening the Road from Shefford Way Poft to the Turnpike Road at Henloiv, Subscribers-only content

    20 April 1769, 20 April 1769

    Lords. 347 Tring, &c. Road Bill. «' from Shefford Way Pofl to the Turnpike Road at «* Henloiu, in the County of Bedford," was committed: " That they had confidered the faid Bill, and examined " the Allegations thereof, which Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Saunders, 16/1/1645

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Saunders Forename Thomas Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 16/1/1645 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Shefford// OTHER INFORMATION Source W&SRO, D1/2/22 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Duppa, Brian/Salisbury 1641- 1660 Comment

 

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