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83 "... York loped along at a furious lick; his legs seemed to shoot from under him to land almost too far ahead, but hitting the ground just in time to stop him toppling forward... York was one of the finest swearers in Ashdon, and recounting his `wicked wuds' was one exercise the hamlet boys enjoyed. But he was a most kind and understanding man who knew about wheats, their differences in height, colour and yield. He would snatch a couple of near-ripened ears, rub them in his horny hands to shed the husks, then blow into his cupped hands to winnow husks from grain. Husks clung to his whiskers as he tossed the grain into his mouth. `Wheat is life, boy. Don't let no silly bugger tell you different!' And then a gun went off in the distance, and another shot, and there was Rodwell the keeper taking shots at wood-pigeons. `Silly owd sod,' said York. `Oughter hev more sense, walkin' about arter things what fly.' Ketteridge, York (I4246)
 
84 "Emma Laetitia, m.1852, to William Leonard Halliday, Esq. H.E.I.C.S.; both d. at Cawnpore, July, 1857. Capt. Halliday fell, gallantly heading a sortie." Halliday, William Leonard (I2249)
 
85 "Samuel Peps of this parish gent and Elizabeth Marchant De Snt. Michell, of Martin's in the ffields Spinster. Published october 15th, 22, 29 And were married by Richard Sherwyn Esq. one of Justices of the Peace of the Cittie and lyberties of Westm. December 1st Ri. Sherwyn." Family F2135
 
86 (Medical):The injuries were received three months before death when hot clinkers were thrown over him from a locomotive at Earl's Court Station. Lury, William (I8249)
 
87 (Medical):Two of her sons also died of the disease. Mackenzie, Isabella (I8428)
 
88 (Research):A connection of Pam Cooper's. Buffett, Alfred (I3827)
 
89 (Research):calm.cambridgeshire.gov.uk
CreatorName
Teversham Parish Church
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Item
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Articles of agreement between Thomas Battyll, Thomas Haylock and Richard Prince, all of Teversham, to limit the number of sheep on their respective farms, in order to improve the sheep walk. Includes provisions to sow clover and note of the penalties for neglect. 3 March 1773
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Battyll, Thomas (I10319)
 
90 (Research):Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
about John Beaumont
Name: John Beaumont
College: JESUS
Entered: 1631
More Information: Adm. sizar at JESUS, Apr. 28, 1631. Of Bedford. Perhaps s. of the last. Matric. 1631; B.A. 1634-5; M.A. 1638. 
Beaumont, John (I12668)
 
91 (Research):http://awt.ancestry.co.uk/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=blackett&id=I137&ti=5538 Bateman, Frederick Joseph (I2079)
 
92 (Research):http://www.bedfordshire.gov.uk/CommunityAndLiving/ArchivesAndRecordOffice/CommunityArchives/AspleyGuise/AspleyGuiseChurch.aspx?ContensisTextOnly=text
Rectors of Aspley Guise
John Beaumont [or Beamond] - 17 Sep 1617 [buried 21 Aug 1629; married at Kempston 19 Feb 1611 to Temperance Carter];

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Cambridge University Alumni, 1261-1900
about John Beaumont or Bemond
Name: John Beaumont or Bemond
College: ST JOHN'S
Entered: 1592
More Information: Matric. pens. from ST JOHN'S, c. 1592. B. at Netherton, Almonby (? Almondbury), Yorks., 1575. B.A. 1595-6; M.A. 1599. Ord. deacon and priest (Lincoln) Dec. 9, 1599. V. of St Paul's, Bedford, 1607. Master of Wakefield Grammar School, 1600-1607. Probably usher there, 1598-1600. One of these names R. of Aspley Guise, Beds., 1617. Buried Aug. 21, 1629. (M. H. Peacock.)

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Will of John Greene of Hazeleigh, Essex 1666 - bequest to daughter-in-law Mary Beaumont (nee Johnson?), wife of Richard Beaumont, £25 to be paid to Stephen Whitehead of Bedfordshire. 
Beaumont, John (I9966)
 
93 (Research):Nicholas ANSCELL anywhere during 1575 in National Burial Index (Bedfordshire FHS).

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1. Name Nicholas ANSCELL Date 31 Jan 1575 Aged – Place Great Barford Description All Saints Denomination Anglican County code BDF
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Anscell, Nicholas alias Anstell (I9928)
 
94 (Research):Thomas ANSCELL anywhere during 1623 in National Burial Index (Bedfordshire FHS).
Name Thomas ANSCELL Date 29 Aug 1623 Aged – Place Great Barford Description All Saints Denomination Anglican County code BDF 
Anscell, Thomas alias Anstell Esq (I9898)
 
95 1559/60 Hammond, William (I554)
 
96 1559/60 Sterre, Thomas (I2031)
 
97 1561/62 Hammond, Margaret (I555)
 
98 1566/67 Flack, Lewis (I5983)
 
99 1569/1570 Clifford, Henry 2nd Earl of Cumberland (I6259)
 
100 1569/70 Hammond, Alexander (I551)
 

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