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Returned: 266 results for Horton in Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies | Showing results 1 - 10
 
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Epiphany Session 1822

in Common Gaol 7 days; and to enter into recognizances of £40 to keep peace R. v George Marks, Horton, Assaulting Robert Stevenson Witnesses: Robert Stevenson, master of workhouse at Horton, John Silvester. Guilty - to be imprisoned in Common Gaol for
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Easter Session 1819

1s. each, and to enter into recognizance to keep peace for 2 years, especially towards T.S. R. v Joseph Johnson, Lavendon, Assault on Joseph York, constable. No details. Pleads not guilty.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, COUNTY OF BUCKINGHAMSHIRE...]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Epiphany Sessions, [1834]

property of Edward Godden, on Nov. 11. Witnesses: Edward Godden, labourer [of Horton]. Henry White, petty constable of Eton. Thomas Bradford, labourer [of Horton]. Fredrick Mills, lodges with his aunt (Mills, nephew of Wetherstone). Not guilty.. [Buckinghamshire
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Deed of Covenant

nominees of ii, after death of Francis and Joan Horton, his parents, to use of John Horton for life, afterwards to use of his wife.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Lee Family of Hartwell]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Bond

Jane Horton of Aylesbury, widow, Francis Horton of Draughton, co.Northampton, grazier, John Horton of Draughton, cordwainer, bound to John Horton of Sedrup, yeoman, in the sum of £470 to observe and perform conditions of D-LE/1/489-90.. [Buckinghamshire
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Marriage Settlement

6a.ar. land in Stone Common Fields. Moiety to use of (ii), remainder to use of Rebecca Mortymer during her life, afterwards to Richard Horton and his heirs.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Lee Family of Hartwell]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Midsummer, 11 July 1826

R. v William Penn, Iver, Stealing a drake, value 1/6, property of W. Luker Witnesses: Wm. {William?} Luker, Iver, John De[war?] {Dewar?} works in gravel pit, near the workhouse at Iver, John Norton [or Horton] Not guilty R. v William Stanton of Hanslope,
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Copy Probate Will

Of Francis Horton of Sedrup in parish of Hartwell, yeoman, dated 24 May 1742. Witnesses: Michael Horton. Plumer Horton. John Thompson.. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Lee Family of Hartwell]
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies: Royal South Bucks Agricultural Association

Records of the Royal South Bucks Agricultural Association. [Buckinghamshire Studies, Royal South Bucks...] Royal South Bucks Agricultural Association, Buckinghamshire; The Royal South Bucks Agricultural Association was established in 1833 'for encouragement
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
Transcript of return of vintners, innholders and alehousekeepers in Buckinghamshire

aine?) Innholders Richard Boner Innholders John Jarman Innholders John Ratcliff Alehousekeepers Richard Hawle Alehousekeepers Colnbrook (Horton) Thomas Wiche Innholders Richard Hethe Innholders Richard Layforde Innholders Thomas Langley Innholders John
These documents are held at: Centre for Buckinghamshire Studies

 
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