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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tyringham with Filgrave

    Acard was sub-tenant of Tyringham Manor in 1086 . 18 Richard de Tyringham held here between 1209 and 1220 , and was succeeded by Giffard 19 (of Tyringham ). John Giffard of Tyringham or John de Tyringham died seised about

    Parishes Lower or Nether Winchendon

    monuments to the Tyringham family. There are floor slabs in the nave to Dorothy Tyringham (d. 1603), to Thomas Tyringham (d. 1609) and to Elizabeth Tyringham (d. 1639), and a tablet in the chancel to Francis Tyringham (d. 1684) and

    Parishes Astwood

    to Tyringham , son of John Norwood , twelve years of age. 34 In 1598 Tyringham , together with Thomas Catesby and Anne his wife (possibly widow of John Norwood ), settled the manor by fine on Anthony Tyringham and

    Parishes Little Woolstone

    son of Roger de Tyringham . 24 Richard de Woodhill , probably the husband of Peter de Coudray's widow, held for life at this date 25 and in 1325 , 26 but by 1346 Roger de Tyringham was in possession.

    Parishes Clifton Reynes

    for Drayton ; a scutcheon in an orle of martlets; Tyringham ; and a fesse between six crosses formy. The shields on the south side are as follows: Chamberlain; Paynel; Tyringham ; ermine a chief indented, for Morteyne; Arches; Green

  • * British History Online * *

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    Entry Book, April 1683, 2-14, 01 April 1683-30 April 1683

    .; also the manor house of Tyringham with the lands and fishings in Tyringham and Lathbury, co. Bucks, of the yearly value of 90 l .; also the residue of the said manor of Tyringham, being several closes and parcels

    House of Commons Journal Volume 2, 09 July 1642, 09 July 1642-09 July 1642

    their Entertainment; It went with the Negative. Tyringham's Arrears, & c. The humble Petition of Dame Magdalen Tyringham , Wife to Sir Arth. Tyringham Knight, and One of his Majesty's Honourable Privy Council in the Kingdom of Ireland , concerning

    Charles I - volume 537, March 1638, 01 March 1638-31 March 1638

    John Hughes." [1 p . ] March 12. Tyringham. 84. Anthony Tyringham to the Archbishop of Canterbury. I am given to understand by my brother, Sir Arthur Tyringham, and my nephew, John Tyringham, that your Grace expected me to certify Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, Q, R

    Shipton, Alice. Silver, Ann. Simpson, Martha. Simpson, Mary. Smithsby, Rabsey. Stedman, Mary. Stephens, J. Tessin, Katherine. Therice, de. Thomas, Magdalen. Tyringham, E. Vasseur, . Veil, L. de. Walker, Hester. Watson, Mary. Webster, Mary. Whittle, Margaret. With (Witts), J. Woodward, Susanna.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 11 March 1647, 11 March 1647-11 March 1647

    proceed against such Refusers according to their several Offences and Contempts." Ordinance to clea r Tyringham of his Delinquency. "Whereas William Tyringham , of Tyringham , in the County of Bucks , Esquire, hath by both Houses of Parliament been

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TYRINGHAM (TERINGHAM), William (1618-85), of Tyringham, Bucks.

    TYRINGHAM (TERINGHAM), William (1618-85), of Tyringham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Buckinghamshire 22 Aug. 1660 Buckinghamshire 1661 Ofifces Held Cornet 1640, capt. (royalist) 1643, col. by 1646. Ofifces Held J.p. Bucks. July 1660-d., dep. lt. c. Aug. 1660-d.; commr. for assessment, Bucks.

    TYRINGHAM, John (d.1416), of Hinwick, Beds. and Tyringham, Bucks.

    TYRINGHAM, John (d.1416), of Hinwick, Beds. and Tyringham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bedford 1393 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Bucks. Oct. 1403. Biography Save for his return to Parliament in 1393, nothing is known of Tyringham until he was appointed to

    BACKWELL, Barnaby (d.1754), of Tyringham, Bucks.

    (d.1754), of Tyringham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle 3 Oct. 1754 Biography Backwell was a partner in the bank of Samuel and Francis Child, and said to be ‘possessed of £4,000 p.a.’.[footnote] In 1754 he stood for Bishop’s Castle, a

    PRAED, William (1747-1833), of Tyringham, Bucks. and Trevethoe, nr. St. Ives, Cornw.

    (1747-1833), of Tyringham, Bucks. and Trevethoe, nr. St. Ives, Cornw. Constituency Dates St Ives 1774 8 May 1775 St Ives 1780 1806 Banbury 1806 Feb 1808 Biography The first time Praed was brought in for St. Ives by his father

    BACKWELL, John (1654-1708), of Tyringham, Bucks.

    (1654-1708), of Tyringham, Bucks. Constituency Dates Wendover 1685 Wendover 1690 Wendover 1695 Wendover 1698 Wendover Feb 1701 Ofifces Held Jt. comptroller of customs, port of London 1671-d.; member, Hon. Artillery Co. 1675; j.p. Bucks. 1685-d., dep. lt. Feb.-Oct. 1688, commr.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shaire of 5QIl' eac; a lDeposit of IL-per Share btohe paid on subscribing. TruSrTE.s. John george Lambton, Esq. M.'.' W. Tyringham Praed, Esq. Edward Ellice, Esq. M P. gev. Gilbert Beresford, M.A. Rowland Stephenson, Esq. I DIPECTOD.S.. Robert Waithma,!;* q. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ponsouby. Sir Frede. rick Ponsonby was the second son of the garl of Besbotough, and brother of Viscouant fluncannon. At Tyringham, aged 57, Mlr J. Backtwell Praed, Id.P. for Bhcks. At Dunchvurch, Warivickshire, Frances, relict of the late R ght Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 37,500 Shares of 50 each. Paid-up Capital, 740,000-Reserved Fund, 240,0Go. DIRU CORS. Nathaniel Alexander, Esq. John Fleming, Bsg. lhos. Tyringham Bernard, Frederick Harrison, Esq. Esq., M.P. Erdward Huggins, Esq. ?hilip Patton Blyth, Esq. William Champion Jones, rohn WiLliam. Burmester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    up Capital, 750,000.-Reserve Fund, 250,ooo. DIRECToas. Nathaniel Alexander, Esq, John Fleming, Esq. John Edmund Anderdon, Esq. Frederick Harrison, Esq, Thos. Tyringham Bernard, Edward John Hut chins, Esq. Esq. William Champion Jones, Philip Patton Blyth, Esq. Esq. JohE Wiliiasu Burmeater, William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fund, 425,4281. DcscEcrons. Nathaniel Alexander,Esq. John Fleming, Esq John Edmund Anderton, Frederick Francis, Esq. Esq. Edward W. T. Hamilton, Thos. Tyringham Ber- Esq., M.P. nard, Esq. Frederick Harrison, Esq. Philip Patton Blyth, Esq. William Champion Jones, John Williana Burmester, Esq. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 November 1761, 26 November 1761

    An Act to continue, for a limited Time, the Importation of falted Beef, Pork, and Butter, from Ireland. Ordered, That Tyringham Stevens do attend the faid Committee of the whole Houfe, upon Tuefday Morn¬ ing next. .„¦ .-¦ Ordered, That Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1769, 18 April 1769

    Mr. Dolby had afferted relating thereto; them Buls for their Wages.—That the Mate and Car- which Report is figned by Tyringham Stephens and penter were well fatisfied; and that if he had Liberty others ^ ^ ^ W th ld Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1769, 18 April 1769

    demand any other Reafons, than what were contained in the Preamble to the Order for paying the Hire of her. Tyringham Stephens. 7,980 7>233 o I 12 7>445 7 All thefe Payments were made purfuant to Orders from the Commiffioners, Subscribers-only content

    4 May 1770, 4 May 1770

    - - 16,374 5 o Tritvn, between 14 March 1745-6 and 11 November 1747—147 Tons Burthen - 7,980 0 © Tyringham Stephens. And it appears, that on the 24th of the fame Decem¬ ber, Old Style, James Francis, Clerk to Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 November 1820

    Bernard, esqrs. during the life of Miss Margaret Bernard John Hosier and Thomas Bernard, esq. during the life of Thomas Tyringham Bernard, esq. Henry Hobart and John Sullivan, esqrs. in trust for the five younger Children of George Hobart, esq. Subscribers-only content

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