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    From the time of the Great Survey, themanor of HAYNES was held of the kingin chief. The last mention of the overlordship occurs in 1614. (fn. 8) In 1086 the manor was held by Hugh de Beauchamp and was assessed at; hides. It had been heldby Achi, a thegn of King Edward. (fn. 9) Hugh's eldestson Simon died without issue and the second son Pain,who ob...

    A park at Haynes is mentioned for thefirst time in 1312, when Roger Lestrange,the husband of Maud de Mowbray, died seisedof it, (fn. 68) and it has always been attached to the manor.In 1316 William de Braose complained that his parkhad been entered by many men who hunted andcarried away the deer, (fn. 69) and in 1327 it was estimatedto contain 240 ...

    The church of OUR LADYwaspractically rebuilt except the tower in1850, and has a chancel 35 ft. 6 in. by15 ft. 6 in. with vestry and north chapel, nave60 ft. by 20 ft. 8 in. with north and south aisles7 ft. 8 in. wide, south porch, and west tower 10 ft.square within the walls. The oldest masonry details are those of the south arcade of the nave, whi...

    The church of Haynes is firstmentioned in 1150, when it wasgiven by Pain and Rose de Beauchamp to the priory of Chicksands on the occasion ofthe foundation of the latter. (fn. 108) The gift was confirmed by William, their grandson, in the thirteenthcentury, (fn. 109) and the church remained the property ofthe priory until the Dissolution. The vicar...

    There are here a Wesleyan and a Baptist chapel.In 1708 Villiers Fowler, widow, bywill, charged her estates in the countyof Bedford with the principal sumof 100, to be laid out in the purchase of landfor the use of the poor, 50s. a year for teachingpoor children, and the remaining portion of theincome amongst the poor of the parish. A sumof 22 was a...

  3. 11/08/2022 · john michael middlecott banham, was born 22 aug, 1940, son of terence banham, frcs, and his wife belinda joan; and married 30 oct, 1965, frances barbara molyneux favell [born 6 february, 1943], daughter of commander richard molyneux favell [1914-1995], and his wife the former barbara bridget talbot [1919-96], by whom she had issue, a son, mark …

  4. hace 2 días · This is a list of English-language poets, who have written much of their poetry in English. Main country of residence as a poet (not place of birth): A = Australia, Ag = Antigua, B = Barbados, Bo = Bosnia, C = Canada, Ch = Chile, Cu = Cuba, D = Dominica, De = Denmark, E = England, F = France, G = Germany, Ga = Gambia, Gd = Grenada, Gh = Ghana/Gold Coast, Gr = Greece, Gu = Guyana/British Guiana ...

  5. 11/08/2022 · He married Frances, daughter of Charles earl of Nottingham, and widow of the earl of Kildare, by whom he had no issue, so that William, son of his brother George, became his heir, and was restored (with his sisters) in blood in the 7th year of that reign, but not to enjoy the title of lord Cobham without the king's especial grace, which was never granted him.