The History of the County of Cambridge, from the Earliest Account to the Present Time. Also a Particular Account of the Antient and Modern Cambridge, with the City of Ely, and the Several Parishes Therein. Likewise an Account of the

The History of the County of Cambridge, from the Earliest Account to the Present Time. Also a Particular Account of the Antient and Modern Cambridge, with the City of Ely, and the Several Parishes Therein. Likewise an Account of the

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1753 edition. Excerpt: ...John de Ward of Trumpington, in Edward Ill's time was owner thereof. After, Sir Walter Goldingham, was owner of both manors, and left them to his two daughters Ciceley and Eleanor; whose heirs afterwards held a moiety of the said manor, of John duke of Norfolk, from (it is presumed) the oxdRoger de Mowbray, owner thereof in Henry Ill's time. It is also noted for being the birth place of 'Thomas DJEltestey, the sirst master of Corpus Chrifii College in Cambridge. Reformation, 1643. March 7. We destroyed a popish Image, Christ carried by Christopher, and four other pictures. Edw. Smith, and John Barefoot, churchwardens. Philip Woodward, constable. Freeholder.. William Blows. It is a vicaragVchufch dedicated to Sr. Pandonia. Clear value 12l. is. 3d. J. Patron John Day, Esq; Situate in Stow hundred and Bourne deanry. Feast Trinity-Monday. hfitnb Tne Rev-Mr-djhwell, Sequestrator Bishops impropriations 6 s. iod. Births 9. Burials 6. 1731.' _ Ever/den Great. A village, sive miles S.W. of Cambridge, eight nearly N. of Royfton, and 49 N. of London. f(. lr. It is famous for giving birth to lord Tiptoft and /2vr-//-/f PiSj 'who was earl of Worcester, and lord deputy Jxyf /fiJJC of Ireland to the duke of Clarence, in the reign of Edik Wj ward IV. one of the most learned and eloquent men / in his time. He was beheaded for taking part with Edward VI. against Henry VI. He was descended / from Sir William Castleacre, knight, lord of this manor, and of Loleworth and Childerley; who by his will ordained, that the reversion of this manor of Eversden, should be given to the priory of Ely; and that that his body should be buried in the chancel of Ely-, near Sir William Thorpe knight, and at the foot of the tomb of St. Eldredths. Virgin, and appointed the manor to be...show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 5mm | 177g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 1236500555
  • 9781236500557