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  1. Hace 6 días · John Russell, 6th Duke of Bedford: 1766–1839 1830 670 Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey: 1764–1845 1831 (Then) Current Prime Minister 671 Augustus William Maximilian Frederick Lewis, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel: d. 1884 1831 672 Bernard Howard, 12th Duke of Norfolk: 1765–1842 1834 673 George FitzRoy, 4th Duke of Grafton: 1760–1844 1834 674

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    In 1086 Hugh de Beauchamp held inGoldington, as appurtenant to Puttenhoe,3 hides and 1 virgate, of which 2 hidesand 3 virgates had been held by his predecessor RalphTallebosc in exchange for Ware. (fn. 11) It was doubtlessthis portion of the Beauchamp fief which was conferred upon Newnham Priory in the foundationcharter of Simon de Beauchamp, (fn. ...

    The conical-shaped mound on the leftbank of the Ouse, called Risinghoe Castle,which has been described in the articleon 'Earthworks' in this county, (fn. 145) was already spokenof as the 'old Castle' towards the end of the 12thcentury. (fn. 146) Leland conjectures that it belonged tothe Especs, one of whom founded Warden Abbey, (fn. 147)but, as thi...

    The church of ST. MARY THEVIRGINconsists of a chancel 24 ft. 9 14 ft., a nave 39 ft. 5 in. by21 ft. 5 in., north aisle the same length as the naveand 10 ft. wide, south aisle 16 ft. by 6 ft. 3 in.,adjoined on the west by a porch, and west tower12 ft. 9 in. by 10 ft. 9 in. There are no details in the church earlier than the15th century, except...

    The church of Goldington wasincluded in the foundation charter ofNewnham Priory, (fn. 148) and was amongtheir possessions at the Dissolution. (fn. 149) The gift wasconfirmed by William de Beauchamp, son of Simon thefounder, (fn. 150) and by subsequent kings. (fn. 151) Bishop Hughof Wells about 1218 instituted the vicarage, whichwas to consist of al...

    In 1732 James Haselden, by will,charged a farm at Wollaston (co.Northants) with a clear yearly sum of52s., to be equally distributed in bread to four poorpersons. The Town Land, the origin of which is unknown,consists of 1 a. 2 r., let in plots to twelve tenants, producing 3 16s. a year. In 1718 John Sanderson Hawkins, by will,directed that a sum o...

  2. 30 de ene. de 2023 · In 1645 the Bedford Parliamentary Committee is found writing to the Lord General, ' The mount is still defended with violence by Captain Hudson and his soldiers who use it as a refuge and a prison.' It at this date belonged to Thomas Snagge, of Marston Moretaine (cf. history of barony), and already there was built on part of the site the original Swan Inn, which has since given place to a building erected in 1794 by the Duke of Bedford.

  3. 29 de ene. de 2023 · With Bedford are associated also the names of various Nonconformist divines and writers; John Child was born here in 1638, as was William Mather (fl. 1695), at one time a well-known Quaker. Bedford is also the birth-place of Francis Oakley (1719–94), one of the first Moravian ministers in this town, and of Samuel Palmer, the Nonconformist biographer, who was educated at the Grammar School.

  4. 29 de ene. de 2023 · Nine months after the grant of 1670 the fifth Earl of Bedford granted a lease of his market rights —the first of a series extending down to 1827. This first lease, dated 10 February 1670/1, was to George Collop of Gray's Inn, esquire, and Sarah Bennett of St. Paul's, widow, for seven years from the previous Christmas, at a rent of £5 per annum.

  5. 30 de ene. de 2023 · John Russell, 4th Duke of B.(1710-1770) was the Leader of the so-called Bedford Whigs. Francis Russell, 5th Duke of B., regarded Charles James Fox as his leader and belonged to the circle of the Prince of Wales, afterwards George IV.

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    Hace 6 días · 1771 – John Russell, 4th Duke of Bedford, English politician, Secretary of State for the Southern Department (b. 1710) 1796 – Samuel Huntington, American jurist and politician, 18th Governor of Connecticut (b. 1731) 1823 – George Johnston, Scottish-Australian colonel and politician, Lieutenant Governor of New South Wales (b. 1764)

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