3 edition of The case of Sir Thomas Ashfeild of Chesham in the county of Bucks, Knight found in the catalog.
The case of Sir Thomas Ashfeild of Chesham in the county of Bucks, Knight
Ashfield, Thomas Sir
|Genre||Early works to 1800, Cases|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 2523:8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
On the Fine Roll of 18th year Henry VI. () one Thomas Putnam of Chesham, Co. Bucks, is named a collector of the Subsidy (see New England Hist. and Gen. Register, Vol. , No. "The Putnams of Hawridge and Cholesbury, Co. Bucks). In an Ancient Indictment held at Northampton in a Thomas Puttenham as of Cransley is a juror. However, in spite of this cruel persecution he survived for 55 years, and was buried at Euston 19 Jan. , aged R.T.B. 2 Robert Grey of Merton, co. Norfolk, esq., was the second son of.
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Get this from a library. The case of Sir Thomas Ashfeild of Chesham in the county of Bucks, Knight. [Thomas Ashfield, Sir.]. The case of Sir Thomas Ashfeild of Chesham in the county of Bucks, Knight: By Sir.
Thomas Ashfield. Abstract. 1 sheet ( p.)Imprint from Wing (CD-ROM edition).Reproduction of original in the Harvard Law School LibraryAuthor: Sir. Thomas Ashfield.
Genealogy profile for Thomas Chase, Baron of Hundridge. Note from the Chase Chronicles - July (Copied from the Jan. 16, edition of the Bucks Examiner of Chesham, Bucks Children: Thomas Chase, Thomas Chase, II. (Copied from the Jan. 16, edition of the Bucks Examiner of Chesham, Bucks, England) To the editor of the "Bucks EXAMINER.": Dear Sir.: Your paragraph in a recent issue of the "Bucks Examiner" concerning the Chase family which formerly lived at Hundridge, once called Hundrich, Hundrych, etc., recalls to my mind a visit to Chesham of a member.
John represented the county in the Parliament of and settled Chesham on his son Roger, who was in possession in and was coroner for Bucks. in (fn. ) It was against him that John Earl of Oxford brought an action for breaking his manor of Chesham Higham (q.v.) in Roger was the eldest son of John and Alice.
He was granted the manor in /5 from Sir Thomas Wale to be held in knight's fee. He was the High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, a very important position, in Roger was the first to acquire lands in Penn, Bucks in He died sometime around Their children were Roger, Thomas, John and William.
Sir JOHN PERROT ( - ), Elizabethan statesman and Lord Deputy of Ireland, He was popularly believed to be an illegitimate son of Henry VIII and Mary Berkeley, one of the royal ladies-in-waiting who married Sir Thomas Perrot of Haroldston.
Henry knighted Sir Thomas on his marriage. Messuage with appurtenances called White end farm in Gt Chesham als Chesham, Bucks, etc. (35). Henry Harris Sr.
may have been the father of John Harris, recorded as a defendant, betweenregarding property in Chesham Boyse: ‘Ashfeild v Harris. Plaintiffs: Thomas Ashfeild. Defendants: John Harris, Joyce Harris his wife and others.
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Dame Lettice Vachell of Coley, Berks, widow, late the wife of Sir Thomas Vachell v Sir John Evelyn; William Leman; Thomas Vachell Recompence for jointure lost by sale of the lands in St.
Michael, Berks, in order to buy manor of Quenington, Gloucs. C78/, no. 25 Jan Along with Sir Thomas Beauchamp, Cheyne provided securities in May on behalf of John Stourton I* and his nephew John Stourton II*.3 Cheyne had served in Parliament again in (when escheator) andand he attended the Buckinghamshire elections of Browne, Sir Thomas Gore (), Knight, colonial governor Brownrigg, Sir Robert () 1st Baronet General Governor of Ceylon Bryant, Sir Arthur Wynne Morgan (), Knight.
Roll/Case_No. C78/, no.  7 Jan Possession of lands in Great Chesham, Bucks. C78/, no. 1: the said Abigail being the grandchild and next heir of Sir Thomas Burton, knight and baronet, viz., only daughter and heir of John Burton who was eldest son and heir of said Sir Thomas v.
Sir Thomas Burton, baronet; William. In the short term, the family’s fortunes were retrieved by the queen’s favourite, Robert Devereux, 2nd earl of Essex, whose sister had married Perrot’s surviving elder brother, Sir Thomas.
Aided by Essex, who like the Perrots owned a considerable Pembrokeshire estate, Sir Thomas was restored in. Jurors for the body of the county. Thomas Birt of Wornall, Thomas Edwards of Bierton, John Eyres of Choulsbury, Thomas Fellows of Chesham, Richard Fountayne, gentleman, of Stoke Hammond, John Goodman of Eaton, Samuel Gurney of Hulcott, William Hoare of Bierton, James Knight of Mentmore, John Perkins of Tingewick, Thomas Ray, collarmaker.
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5 Aug Chesham, Buckinghamshire. Thomas LOVET, s/o Willm. and Margarite LOVET* 8 Oct Colsterworth, Lincoln, LOVETTE, s/o (blank) 25 Mar /4 Tring, Herts. Fra___ LOVAT, s/o Henry LOVAT 27 Mar St. Mary Bothaw, London. Francis LOVET, s/o John LOVET * Combs-Lovett &c.
of Chesham, Bucks also includes two early. Related by marriage to Sir Thomas Pope, began to acquire copyhold land in North Leigh when, on 20 Janhe was appointed steward of divers manors by Sir Thomas's widow Elizabeth.
By Simon had a house at New Well End, a cottage at East End, 2 ½ yardlands, said to comprise 77 a. of arable land, a small meadow, and 6 closes. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.
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InSir Thomas Hopton, Knt. and Arthur Hopton, Esq. held their first court for one moiety, and the year following Sir .CONTENTS PREFACE. V. viii ix. TABLE OF ABBREVIATIONS INTRODUCTION TEXT. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Description. List of.