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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shingay

    of Shingay manor still received quitrents from numerous Cambridgeshire estates. 79 Courts were presumably held in rooms reserved for the lord in the manor house. 80 By the early 19th century Shingay was wrongly regarded as two manors, Shingay -cumWendy

    Houses of Knights Hospitallers Preceptory of Shingay

    virgate, remained with Shingay . 12 Shingay Church had previously belonged to the Abbot of Seez. 13 In 1338 the vicar took his meals at the preceptor's table, and the Abbot of Seez 'formerly patron of Shingay church', received from

    Parishes Wendy

    neighbouring parish of Shingay as Shingay cum Wendy , covering 725 ha. (1,791 a.) in 1971 . 2 The eastern boundary 3 follows the Old North Road and the northern boundary the river. The western boundary with Shingay followed the

    Armingford hundred

    , Meldreth , and Whaddon together were assessed at 30 hides, Bassingbourn with Abington and Litlington at 20, Wendy and Shingay at 5 each, and the two Mordens, later Steeple and Guilden Morden , at 15 hides together. Four more

    Parishes Steeple Morden

    Morden to the Knights Hospitallers with Shingay manor. In 1279 the preceptor of Shingay held 1 hide in Steeple Morden , 178 which was probably represented by the 78 a. there belonging to the Shingay estate in 1696 179 and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LONG, Henry (1544-73), of Shingay, Cambs.

    (1544-73), of Shingay, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1571 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 1569-70. Biography Long was only 2 years old when his father died early in 1546. He may have been in his mother’s custody for some time,

    LONG, Sir Richard (by 1494-1546), of Southwark, Surr. and Shingay, Cambs.

    1494-1546), of Southwark, Surr. and Shingay, Cambs. Constituency Dates Southwark 1539 Ofifces Held King’s spear, Calais 1515; esquire of the stable 1533; keeper, Eltham park 1534, Southwark palace and Paris garden 1536, St. Thomas’s hospital Southwark 1538, Otford and Knole,

    CAVE, Sir Ambrose (by 1503-68), of Duddeston, Warws.

    and was involved in a bitter dispute with Thomas Dingley, another member of the order, over the valuable preceptory of Shingay, Cambridgeshire. Cave had the support of the order for his claim, but the King, who had already interfered considerably

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IHaiston, Foxton, Barrington, Sheprcth, lttldrath, Bassing,,bourn, Abington otherwise Abington Piggotts, otherwise Abingtst in the Clay, 'Waddon otlier- wise Whaddoon, Wendy, Shingay otherwise Sliengy, Tadlow, Steeple Morden otherwise Little Morden, Guifen Mosloden otherwise Great Morden, in the county of Cambridge; Wrestlingvorthi, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lrtn otn as Bacrsisgton, Shepreths, Meldreth, Basotngbourns Abnlnohrie sId Abisgtosn Piggotts, othercwise Abingloisl in tho ly islosolsr wise Whaddlon, W"endry, Shingay otherwviso Shengy, alw Steeple1 2S Alorden Otherwise Little Mordlen, Guilenes Afosten othrws Great It 'Morden, in tuse cosunty of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barton, with soil of medium quality, to 15 and 14 per cent, respectively, whilst in the deaneries of Camps and Shingay, where the land is light and chalky, only to 8 per cent. As a rule, the land let at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    not say, it being a serious offence. Samuel Blows, Henry King. William Newman, and Joseph Burton, for riotously assembling at Shingay, and threatening to destroy the premises and machine of John Walters, were sentenced, Blows to be imprisoned six weeks, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MARRIED. Lately, at Abington by Shingay, the pe-.- ('.Sanderson, B.A. of St. Johns college, to Jane; tli.: daughter of Mr. Carrington, of Lolwoith, in this cCuuty. On the i'-'d ult. at Morcott, Rutland, the Rev. J. J. Serocold, of St. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Johannes Brodley, 19/11/1544

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Brodley Forename Johannes Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 19/11/1544 Office/Status Curate Location Shingay// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G/1/7 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Goodrich, Thomas/Ely 1534- 1554 Comment Stipend paid by Mr Beddell.

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