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Returned: 32 results for Granborough in Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies | Showing results 1 - 10
 
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Granborough

[Buckinghamshire Studies, COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE...]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Articles of agreement for sale of an estate in Granborough

Three closes of pasture called Furzen Grounds (50 ac.) and meadow ground in South Meadow (5 ac.). Consideration £700 George Thorp, and John Perkins, of Aylesbury, Ironmonger. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Small accessions 101-200]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Fine. John Crossley, plt., George Thorp, John Blake and Ann, his wife, deforcts. Meadows, pasture and furze and heath in Granborough

15 days St. Martin 26 Geo. II. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Small accessions 101-200]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Assignment of term of years Austen Shaw Tansley to William Granborough; Land at Bow Brickhill.

[Buckinghamshire Studies, Ager Estate]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Annual bundles of Correspondence

Relatives; Granborough living; Gupy's illness; Long's illness; general correspondence. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Fremantle Manuscripts]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Assignment of lease

1) John Coles of Stewkley, yeoman. 2) Edward Hobcroft of Granborough, carpenter. Messuage, etc.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, J L Coales Collection]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Copy Admission

on death of William Granborough, his father. Subsequent surrender of Little Jacobs Close to use of Philip Barton, Lord of Manor of Great Brickhill, remainder to use of William Grandborough and Frances his wife.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, DUNCOMBE OF BLETCHLEY
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies: Winslow: manor court rolls

Records from the Manor of Winslow and members (Little Horwood and Granborough) Lords of the Manor identified in the rolls Sir Francis Fortescue [1619], Viscount Dunluce (later 2nd Earl of Antrim) and Katherine, Duchess of Buckingham 1636-1645, Major-General
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Granborough.

[Buckinghamshire Studies, COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE...]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Ashendon Hundred

Parishes: Ashendon, Aston Sandford, Boarstall, Brill, Chearsley, Chilton, East Claydon, Middle Claydon, Long Crendon, Dorton, Granborough, Grendon Underwood, Hogshaw, Ickford, Ilmer, Kingsey, Ludgershall, Fleet Marston, North Marston, Oakley, Oving, Pitchcott,
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