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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Arlesey

    Parishes ArleseyARLESEY Alricheseia, Alriceseia (xi cent.); Ailricheseye (xiii cent.); Alrilseye, Arleycheseye (xvi cent.); Arlesey , Aldrichsey (xvii cent.). The parish of Arlesey has an acreage of 2, 3441/2 of which 1,564 are arable land, 2563/4 permanent grass, and 81/2

    Parishes Little Barford

    the latter to Sir Samuel Browne , 25 the manor next passed to the Brownes of Arlesey , and followed the same descent as Arlesey manor (q.v.) during the eighteenth century. 26 Ramsey Abbey . Or a bend azure ivith

    Parishes Stotfold

    the west of the parish, near the Arlesey border, stands the Three Counties Asylum, the most conspicuous object in the district. No railway passes through Stotfold , and the nearest station is Arlesey , on the main line of the

    Parishes Edworth

    its extent was 7 hides 3½ virgates, and its value £8. 5 As in the case of other manors (cf. Arlesey and Sundon), held by William d'Eu at the time of the Survey, the overlordship subsequently passed by marriage 6

    Houses of Austin canons Abbey of Waltham Holy Cross

    Millow and Arlesey in Bedfordshire , and West Waltham in Ber kshire 5 and the king in 1062 granted a long charter confirming these to the college and adding liberties. Four of the manors, Weald , Passelow, Arlesey and West

    Parishes Langford

    the beginning of the nineteenth century its descent is the same as that of Etonbury manor in the parish of Arlesey (q.v.). 16 Nodes. Sable a pile argent with three trefoils sable thereon . The present lord of the manor

    Parishes Astwick

    same descent as the manor till the eighteenth century. 84 In 1764 Astwick Rectory was annexed to the vicarage of Arlesey (q.v.), and at the present day the right of presentation is vested in the Rev. George Mayhew . There

    Parishes Aspley Guise

    was the subject of various grants, and at the beginning of the 17th century was held by the Lukes of Arlesey Bury. 72 Before 1682 it had passed to Martin Hill , 73 and in 1718 William Booth was patron.

    Parishes Upton-cum-Chalvey

    26 A claim to the manor appears to have been made by Samuel Bedford Edwards , a member of the Arlesey Bury branch of the family, on the attainment of his majority in 1820 , 27 but in the middle

    Parishes Henlow

    success. Henlow station on the Bedford and Hitchin branch of the Midland Railway is two miles south of the village, Arlesey on the Great Northern is one mile south-east. This parish was inclosed by Act of Parliament in 1795 .

    Parishes Clophill

    Milton Ernest , Carlton , Radwell , Turvey , Wyboston , Holme , Harrowden , Clifton , Henlow , and Arlesey , as well as in Clophill and Cainhoe, with a few outlying manors in Buckinghamshire , Warwickshire , and

    Parishes Childrey

    1702 it was in the hands of Robert Knight. 51 From him it passed before 1757 to John Lee of Arlesey , Bedfordshire , 52 whose son Thomas was in possession in 1764 . 53 He sold Frethornes seven years

    Parishes Campton cum Shefford and Chicksands

    dwelling-houses and cottages at Shefford , two public-houses, and 9 a. 1 r. 12 p. grass land and cottage at Arlesey . The official trustees hold a sum of £317 16 s . 3 d . India three per cents.

    Nazeing

    Walter (d. 1326) was overlord of lands in Roydon hamlet in 1281 , when one of his tenants, Alexander of Arlesey , sold 25 a. land and 5 a. pasture to Waltham Abbey . 48 The Fitz Walters are known

    Index A - K

    Step., 135 Archer-Houblon , see Houblon Ardern , Pet., 195 Arkwright , Revd. Jos., 126; fam., 126 Arlesey , Alex. of, 142 Arlesey (Beds.), ch., 147 Armstead , Wm., 301 Arnold , Chas., Vicar of Nazeing , 148, 150; J.,

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