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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Flitt hundred Introduction Index Map to the Hundred of Flitt

    ; Upper Gravenhurst ; Lower Gravenhurst ; Haynes ; Higham Gobion ; Luton , With East And West Hyde , Stopsley , Limbury Cum Biscott, And Leagrave ; Pulloxhill ; Streatley With Sharpenhoe ; Sundon 1 At the time of

    Parishes Luton

    warren in Stopsley . 377 Shortly afterwards the association of this family with Stopsley manor appears to have ceased, and all trace of it is lost until 1416, when Edward Brassington or Stopsley , heir of Alexander Stopsley , granted

    House of Benedictine monks The priory of Beaulieu

    Beaulieu Walter de Standon , elected 1233 25 Roger, elected 1237 26 Roger de Thebrugg, elected 1281 27 John of Stopsley , elected 1285 28 John of Stagsden , transferred 1296 29 William de Parys, elected 1296 30 Peter of

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Sir Walt., i. g. 622 (pp. 312 3, 315), 623 (pp. 320 1, 323, 325). Stope , Yorks. See Stoupe. Stopsley (Stopesley) , Beds., i. g. 465 (99). Storey , Thos., i. g. 1335 (12). Stortford (Strotford) , Herts, i.

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    28); ii. 775 (f. 40). Stonley , Warw. See Stoneleigh. Stookis. See Stokes. Stopforth , Thos., i. g. 504 (16). Stopsley (Stoppesley) , Beds., ii. p. 434. Storie. See Story. Storington , Suss. See Storrington. Stormer , Nic., ii. g.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fordshire, as to the doubtful legality of the mar. riages which have hitherto been celebrated in the district church of Stopsley, owing to some inl- formality in the registration of the building as a i place for the solemnisation of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was are-ed to, and progress was reporteil. MISCELLANEOUS, The National Debt Bill was read m second time. The Maerriages Legislation (Stopsley, reds.) mess read a third time,'amnd assed. Other bils wero brought in acd read a first time. The contract Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DHEATa OF LORD DALUOUSIE. f ~~~~., I - - .._'1. _ sun' 't~oheyofthe men. Whose -names will have ac apsc in linglish history has pasend away. The M'arquis i~oi~ f Daihousie died on Wedneaday at his ancestral seat in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    given by Commission to the speaker s Retirement Bill, the National Debt Bii,. the LondUon Brokers' Relief Bill, and- the Stopsley Marriage x Legislation Bill. The Royal Commissioners were the Lord ChilceeLor, Lord Monson, and Lord Carrington. 6VP1R-`PRE 8SSR IN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Speaker's Retirement Bill, the National Debt Bill, the London Brokeis. Relief Bill, and the Stopsley Marriage Legislation Bill. The Hovel Commissioners were the Lord Chanoellor, Lord Msison, and Lord Carrington. A motion by Lord STRDE5N and CAMPBELL, asking that Subscribers-only content

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