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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priories of Weedon Beck and Weedon Pinkney ( Weedon Lois )

    Alien houses The priories of Weedon Beck and Weedon Pinkney ( Weedon Lois ) 48. THE PRIORY OF WEEDON BECK The celebrated abbey of St. Mary of BecHellouin, in the diocese of Rouen , was founded in 1034 by Hellouin

    Parishes Hardwick with Weedon

    Parishes Hardwick with Weedon HARDWICK with WEEDON Hardvic, Harduich (xi cent.); Herdwik (xiii cent.); Herdyngwyk (xiv cent.); Hardwycke, Hardewiche (xvi cent.). The parish of Hardwick , which comprises the hamlet of Weedon , consists of 3,009 acres, including 472 acres

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Biddlesden

    cell of Weedon Pinkeney from the Abbot of St. Lucien near Beauvais in France , at a pension of 12 marks a year, afterwards commuted for a payment of 300 marks in full quittance. 13 The purchase of Weedon Pinkeney

    The hundred of Cottesloe Introduction

    with NASH DRAYTON BEAUCHAMP LINSLADE WHITCHURCH DRAYTON PARSLOW MARSWORTH WING DUNTON MENTMORE WINGRAVE EDLESBOROUGH MURSLEY WINSLOW GROVE PITSTONE HARDWICK with WEEDON SLAPTON Cottesloe Hundred comprises the three Domesday hundreds of Cottesloe, Mursley and Yardley , which were grouped together by

    Cowley Manor

    it as late as 1680. 87 By 1683 Nathaniel Weedon was lord of the manor in right of his wife Katherine. Between 1713 an d 1718 he was succeeded by John Weedon (d. c . 1733-5 88 ), who apparently

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GA. ETTE. BA.NKRVUPTS. J. Jahnston, K igston-upon-Hull, currier. R. 1ile1t, Ripltonden, Yorksllire. cotton-spinner. D. Stitnsons, Great Grivishv, Linrcolnshire,slaOne--lsOin D). Atchison, Weedon B1eck, Nurthaulnptoilhlre, draiery T. Thoilnpson, Stockton, Durhatn, dealer. p J. and HI. -W. Corbett, Liverpool, merchants. -J. and J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fourth daughter of Mr R. Stewvart, of Pbilpot lane. 0. Tuesday last, at Weedon, Northamptonshire, Mr John Rout, to Martha, only daughter of John Parker, Esq. of Weedon. On the 5th inst. at St Pancras Church, air J. W. Robinson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street. W James, Bruton, Somersetshire. blacksmith. [Hartley, New Bridge st. J. Fenton, Liverpool, merchant. [Chester, Staple inr, Holborn. J. Whitlock, Weedon, Northampton, timber-inerohant; [Carlon, Marylebons J. Fo-g, Bolton-le-mnoors, innkeeper. [Adlington, Bedford row. T. Mttnstord, Kennington cross, coach-master. [Blake,.Essexst., Strand. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cursed letter will drive me road," written on it by tle admiral, The deceased has left four Sonns. 5 EXPCUTION.-Samuel Weedon, aged 55, and alerander EpatrFitm Shorter, alias Thomas Shorter, aged 50, The former for anbrgaryat Edge-, ware, and the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Brill. one in the parish of I-illiesden. and one in each of the parishe-sof Stoke Maudeville, Weston Turville, and Weedon, all of which belong to the noble Duke, have likewise been advertised to be let.- Botesa- 40 and 5o0 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    4 March 1701, 4 March 1702

    praefenteS fuerunt: Epus. Wigorn. Epus. Sarum. Epus. Ceflr. Epus. Petriburg. Epus. Lincolne. Epus, Oxon. Weedon, Leave for a Bill. Upon reading the Petition of Cavendiß Weedon Ef- quire; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for corroborating to him the Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1707, 26 March 1707

    from the Lords Committees, the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for Sale of " Part of the Eftate of John Weedon, of Souidem, in " the County of Oxon, Efquire, for Payment of his " Father's Debts and Legacies, and Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1707, 3 April 1707

    others : 'To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for Sale of " Part of the Eftate of John Weedon, of Souldern, in the " County of Oxon, Efquire, for Payment of his Father's " Debts and Legacies, and Subscribers-only content

    9 May 1776, 9 May 1776

    Meadows, and other Commonable " Lands and Grounds, of and in Over Weedon Beck, ". and Nether Weedon Beck, within the Parilh and Liber- " ties of Weedon Beck, in the County of Northampton ;" to which they defire the Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1776, 10 May 1776

    An Aft for ther Weedon " dividing and fenclofing the Open and Common Fields, BeckEnclo- « Common Paftures, Common Meadows, and other " Commonable Lands and Grounds, of and in Over " Weedon Beck, and Nether Weedon Beck, within the Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 12th November 1844

    same beautiful carriage, we had last year, only that it has been improved, & is now most convenient. We reached Weedon at ¼, to 12, where Ld Exeter received us, & we left the train, & got into our nice

    Saturday 11th October 1851

    the town is. We came next to Stockport, Crewe , Stafford , (where Ld Anglesey had came to the station) Weedon , Wolverton, Rugby & lastly Watford , which we reached at 5. Ld Grey took leave of us here,

    Tuesday 28th November 1843

    at Weedon , where troops were all drawn up, but we did not get out here, or anywhere else. Passed through an amazingly long tunnel, still longer than the other one. We had our luncheon just before getting to Weedon.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MALLORY, Sir Giles (d.1403), of Weedon Pinkeney and Litchborough, Northants.

    Giles (d.1403), of Weedon Pinkeney and Litchborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1385 Northamptonshire Feb 1388 Northamptonshire 1393 Northamptonshire 1394 Northamptonshire 1401 Northamptonshire 1402 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Glos. July 1379 (felonies and trespasses); to make an arrest, Northants. Mar.

    MORDAUNT, Robert (d.1449), of Turvey, Beds.

    and ‘Mallots’ (Cambridgeshire), Ardres in Turvey and Knotting (Bedfordshire) and Amersham, Brayfield, Burston, Chesham, Chicheley, Clifton, Ellesborough, Hardwick, Newton Blossomville, Weedon and other parts of Buckinghamshire were added to the existing nucleus. On the death of his father, in, or

    GRENVILLE, George, 2nd Bar. Nugent [I] (1788-1850), of Lilies, nr. Aylesbury, Bucks.

    a sister", with remainder to Lucy Henrietta, eldest daughter of his kinsman Sir George Edward Nugent of Westhorpe. He left freehold fields at Weedon for use as allotments by the poor. His affairs were found to be in great disarray.[footnote]

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    England's Centre Lodge

    Hall, Princess Street, Northampton, England 1951 Horse Shoe Hotel, Weedon, London, England 1937 Globe Hotel, Weedon, London, England 1927 Horse Shoe Inn, Weedon, London, England 1913 Manor House Road, Weedon, London, England 1899 Horse Shoe Tavern, Weedon, London, England 1895

 

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