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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Barham

    of Spaldwick to the living. By Order in Council in 1869 the living was united to the vicarage of Spaldwick . Both the lay and the ecclesiastical history of Barham follow those of Spaldwick (q.v.). The benefice of Spaldwick was

    Parishes Spaldwick Bishopric of Lincoln . Gules two leopards or and a chief azure with the Virgin and Child or therein .

    Parishes SpaldwickSPALDWICK Spalduuic, Spaldewick (xi cent.); Spaldewic (xi-xii cent.). The parish of Spaldwick comprises 1,552 acres of clay land, most of which is pasture. The Ellington Brook flows through it from west to east to the north of the

    Parishes Easton Bedell. Gules a cheveron engrailed between three scallops argent .

    was a berewick of Spaldwick (q.v.) in 1086 and passed as part of the 'appurtenances' of Spaldwick in 1109 to the Bishop of Lincoln . It has ever since descended as part of the 'soke' of Spaldwick (q.v.) and now

    Parishes Stow Longa

    of Ely and passed with Spaldwick to the Bishop of Lincoln in 1109 . Although the manor of Spaldwick was the head of Spaldwick Soke for civil purposes, Stow Longa was the head ecclesiastically, with Spaldwick as a separate vicarage,

    The hundred of Toseland Introduction

    Toseland (q.v.) from the 'Moot' stone in the churchyard there, but in 1651 it was held every three weeks at Spaldwick . 4 In 1279 there were comparatively few suitors. In 1628-9 the hundred was leased by Charles I to

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1610, 01 January 1610-31 December 1610

    the past five years. Undated . 2 pp. (P. 2166.) The Manors of Spaldwick and Kennington. [Before 1610 ] . A survey of the manor of Spaldwick in Huntingdonshire. The tenants are all either freeholders or copyholders, whose lands are

    James 1 - volume 156, December 25-31, 1623, 25 December 1623-31 December 1623

    . 102. ] Dec. 28. Whitehall. Warrant for Adam Hill to have charge of the game within five miles of Spaldwick, co. Hants. [ Docquet, Dec . 23. ] Dec. 30. Note of a warrant for release of Henry Earl Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, February 1754, 21-28, 21 February 1754-28 February 1754

    , through Desborough, Rowell, Kettering, Barton Seagrave , and Thrapston , in the County of Northampton , and through Bythorne; Spaldwick , and Ellington , to the Pound in the Parish of Brampton , in the County of Huntingdon ;"

    James 1 - volume 71, December 1612, 01 December 1612-31 December 1612

    more especially in coinage, cloth, and fishing. 90. Rough draft of the above tract. 91. Reasons why the copyholders of Spaldwick, co. Huntingdon, refuse to purchase their copyholds; and notes on the state of the manor, addressed to some party Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    Queen's property, 185 Queen's manor of, 374 Gimingham (Gymingham), co. Norfolk disturbances on manor of, 235 Ginlett , Richard, of Spaldwick, co. Hunts. indicted for offence of depopulation, 90 Girdlers , Corporation of, London licensed to erect hospital, 352 Gire

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DORRINGTON, John (1547-1604), of Spaldwick, Hunts.

    be buried in Spaldwick church, close to his father. His wife was executrix and residuary legatee. He forgave the debts of his brother Robert, left £200 to his daughter Cordelia, and £5 to the poor of Spaldwick and Upthorpe. The

    DORRINGTON, Richard (d.1573), of Spaldwick, Hunts.

    Parliament, and was buried at Spaldwick, where he had resided since 1554 when not on duty at court. He bequeathed considerable sums to the poor of the Huntingdonshire parishes where he owned land, Barham, Spaldwick, Stow and Upthorpe. Dorrington’s wife

    CLIFTON, Sir Gervase (c.1570-1618), of Leighton Bromswold, Hunts.

    Hunts. from 1596; sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 1597-8; steward of lordship of Brampton, Hunts., and of manor of Spaldwick 1595; bailiff and collector of liberty called Gloucester’s Fee, Hunts. 6 Feb. 1595; gent. privy chamber by 1603. Biography Clifton-not to

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 March 1751, 2 March 1752

    Leicefler, through Dejborough, " Rowell, Kettering, Barton, Seagrave, and Thrapflon, " in the County of Northampton, and through Bythofne, " Spaldwick, and Ellington, to the Pound in the Parifh " of Brampton, in the County of Huntingdon •" to which Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1751, 5 March 1752

    Leicefier, through Desborough, n Rowell, Kettering, Barton, Seagrave, and Thrapfon, in " the County of Northampton; and through Bythorne, " Spaldwick, and Ellington, to the Pound in the Pariih " of Brampton, in the County of Huntingdon," was committed: " Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1751, 6 March 1752

    through Desborough, Row ell, Kettering, Barton, Sea- " grave, and Thrapfton, in the County of Northampton; " and through Bythome, Spaldwick, and Ellington, to the " Pound in the Parifh of Brampton, in the County of " Huntingdon." The Queftion Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1754, 20 February 1754

    11 through Desborough, Rowell, Kettering, Barton Sea- 11 grave, and Thrapßon, in the County of Northampton, " and through Bythorne, Spaldwick, and Ellington, to the " Pound in the Parifh of Brampton, in the County of " Huntingdon ;" to Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1754, 26 February 1754

    of " Leicefler, through Desborough, Rowell, Kettering, " Barton Seagrave, and Thrapflsn, in the County of Northampton, and through Bythome, Spaldwick, and " Ellington, to the Pound in the Parifli of Brampton, in " the County of Huntingdon" was committed: Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yate ltocks; Friday, Nov. 30, Beckhamupton; Eaturday, Dec. 1, Longstone. HlON. G. FITzwILLIAD'S BIOIINDS, (it Ilf-past Ten.- Wednesday, Nov. 2S. Spaldwick M11; Thursday, Nov. 29, Walcot Park; Saturday, Dec. 1, Apeltherpo. Tnx Bbczsrm' HOUNDS, at EleeIM Thursday, Nov. 29, Chamndon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tweed House, Boriviok.on-Tweed. Leiceaters, Cotawolds, Kentish, Crossbred Longwocls, Oxford, Mountain, Crossbred Long and Shortwools, Lin- colns: Mr. James W. Mann, Spaldwick, Kimbolton, Hunts h Mr John Bryan Southleigh, Witney, Oxon; an Mr. John Lynn, Churcht'rm, Strexton, Grantham. Southdownn, Hanrpshiro, Wiltshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Richard Jones, Gloucester-place, Hulme, Mancalester Mr. C. Rev. E. Edwards. York-street, sHulme, Stlanchester C. J. E Mr. WV. H. Archer. Spaldwick, Huntingdon Rev.D John Dewhurst, Esq., Skipton, Craven, Yorkshire Mr. Jo Rev. C. Shorting, Rector of Stopnhain Aspal, Suffolk. (3d Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Turhigton, Leq., of CbluPel-Atlerton, L-ads, to Fanny, eldwi daughter of the late Charles Blutterbuck, M.D., of Glooceoter. WLr.ol:.soN-ltaAvuaoolie.-.se1lt. "2th, at Spaldwick, Huntingdon. slhre, by the Rev. W. I1. flrcig, J. Rellnie, eldeit 00n of T. TJ. Wilkinson, Sporeg-lull, lleadlngley, J.eeds, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Od. and Is. 9d., 2in. 2s. Eent mail free on receipt of P.O.O. to any part by W. ASHiTON, Jun., Spaldwick, Rimbolton. B LACK MERINOS.-EXTRAORDINARY A.P VALUE, FREDERIC FORSTER has just received a LARGE DELIVERY of BLACK FRENCH MERINOS-Aen Woon,-44 Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Codling, 17/9/1809

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 16838 Linked to person: Codling, William 1809-1810 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Codling Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 17/9/1809 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

    John Bligh, 22/3/1826

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 17284 Linked to person: Bligh, John 1813-1826 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bligh Forename John Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 22/3/1826 Office/Status Perpetual Curate

    John Thompson, 12/6/1775

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22271 Linked to person: Thompson, John 1775-1826 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Thompson Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 12/6/1775 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

    Gerrard Clough, 21/12/1776

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 22390 Linked to person: Clough, Gerard 1776-1831 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Clough Forename Gerrard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 21/12/1776 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

    George Smith, 17/5/1761

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 35049 Linked to person: Smith, George 1761-1808 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 17/5/1761 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

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