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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 Bedfordshire 15018571911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bedfordshire BEDFORDSHIRE [abbreviated Beds], a south
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  • Bankruptcy) Volume 3.1.3 (Banks to Bassoon) Volume 3.4 (Basso-relievo to Bedfordshire) Volume 3.5 (Bedlam to Benson, George) Volume 3.6 (Bent, James to Bibirine)
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  • BoxGeorge HerbertBoxBox,_George Herbert18691933Rector of Sutton Sandy, Bedfordshire. Lecturer in Faculty of Theology, University of Oxford This author wrote
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  • of Blunham House, Bedfordshire, born in February 1763, was third son of Sir Gillies Payne, second baronet, of Tempsford, Bedfordshire. His grandfather
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  • dramatist, born in 1591, was the son of William Fisher of Carleton, Bedfordshire, deputy-auditor for the county of York (descended from a Warwickshire
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  • Ampthill in Bedfordshire, and Earl of Ailesbury in Buckinghamshire. On 29 March 1667 he was constituted sole lord-lieutenant of Bedfordshire, on the death
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  • present at a great council in 1401 (Nicolas, Proc. P. C. i. 158; Visit. Bedfordshire, p. 198; Visit. Norfolk, p. 304; cf. Harl. MS. 381, f. 168, where his
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  • to have resided in Bedfordshire, and is described by Fuller as of Accestane. In 1218 he was a justice itinerant for Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and
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  • Victoria County Historynexshepr1543  (2010)  686688Victoria County Historynexshepr15432010 Herbert Arthur Doubleday (1867-1941); William Page
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  • 1898304Q21075716John LodgeJohnLodgeLodge,_JohnLieut., 8th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment (B.E.F.) during World War 1 Songs from Camp and College with
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  • Sir JOHN (fl. 1340), deputy of Ireland, was probably a member of a Bedfordshire family, who re- presented that county in the parliaments of May 1322
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  • Agricultural Gazette, 28 Jan. and 4 Feb. 1889; Bedfordshire Times, 2 Feb. 1889; Bedford Mercury, 2 Feb. 1889; Bedfordshire Standard, 2 Feb. 1889; Times, 26 Jan
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  • the peace for Bedfordshire. In 1653 he was recommended to the Protector as a fit person to serve as a knight of the shire for Bedfordshire (see ‘A Letter
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  • took orders, and in 1827 was apparently serving the curacy of Aspley, Bedfordshire. In January 1833 he was living at Brighton, but probably died during
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  • Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment (B.E.F.) 1898243Soldier poets, songs of the fighting men — John Lodge, Lieut., 8th Battalion, Bedfordshire Regiment
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  • Thomas Dikons, Snagge acquired the large estates of the Reynes family in Bedfordshire. His eldest son, Sir Thomas Snagge of Marston-Morteyne, was elected member
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  • Harrison1889 FAREY, JOHN (1766–1826), geologist, was born at Woburn in Bedfordshire in 1766. At the age of sixteen he was sent to school at Halifax in Yorkshire
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  • parliamentarian, eldest son of Sir Oliver Luke, knight, of Woodend, Bedfordshire, by Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Valentine Knightley (Visitation of Huntingdonshire
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  • for Bedfordshire, and again in 1436, 1447, 1449, and 1455 (Official Return of Members of Parl.) He was escheator for Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire in
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  • he was then preferred to Chevening, near Sevenoaks; in 1854 to Luton, Bedfordshire; in 1857 to Burton Latimer, Northamptonshire; in 1832 he was one of the
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