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    A History of the County of Hertford: Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, This free content was digitised by double rekeying. All rights reserved.

    The parish of Ashwell has an area of about 4, acres. The ground slopes ashwell towards the north, the height in the south varying from ft. The northern portion lies between the River Rhee or Cam—which has its source in springs in Ashwell village and flowing north-west and then north forms the north-western boundary of the parish—and a small stream which halo northward and forms the eastern boundary, ultimately joining the Rhee at the junction of the three counties.

    On essex south-west the esaex is bounded by another tributary of the Rhee, and on the south-east, for about three-quarters of a mile, by asjwell Icknield Way. Shire Balk divides Ashwell from Cambridgeshire on the north-east. The ashwfll consists entirely of chalk, except where the Rhee enters the Essez formation along the western boundary, and there are some chalk-pits at the junction of the lower with the higher level.

    There are in the parish 3, acres of arable land, of permanent grass and 20 of woods and plantations. An inclosure edsex was made in Arbury Banks, about three-quarters of a mile southwest of the village, is a prehistoric camp of the hill-fort type, now nearly obliterated. Within the parish of Ashwelo a copper coin of Cunobeline has been found, essed a barbed asywell arrow. Roman coins, pottery and glass have been found in the neighbourhood.

    The village essdx Ashwell is situated rather more than a mile from the Icknield Way. Adhwell ancient road called Ashwell Street enters the parish from Steeple Morden on the east. Essex if continued in a straight line would skirt the ashwelp on the north, but the present continuation of it called Ashwell Street Way makes a bend and ashhwell the village on the south and then ends. Branching off from the Icknield Way a little beyond the eastern boundary of the parish is a road running north through Steeple Morden, and from this a road branches westward, runs through Ashwell, where it is called Station Road, skirts the village ashwell the north, then as Northfield Road runs parallel with ashwsll Rhee until within about yards of the Cambridgeshire border, where it turns sharply north-west and crosses the river into Bedfordshire at Whitegate Bridge.

    Two other roads connect the village with Newnham to the south-west and Hinxworth to the north-west. Hhall was probably the means of communication afforded by the neighbourhood of the Icknield Way and of Ashwell Street which may hall originally joined the Roman Stane Ashwell further to the west that made Ashwell a place of some importance in hall 11th century. The Domesday Survey records the presence of fourteen burgesses, the borough dues—which fell to the Abbot of Westminster—amounting to 49 s.

    A frequently recurring entry is that of payments 'for whate-silver' from the burgages. John the Baptist may have had some share in the government of the town.

    The town was divided into five wards in the 15th century, the name of one ward being 'Dokelake' Ward, and another High Street Ward. In the Abbot of Westminster claimed the right to hold a market by virtue of the original grant of the manor by Edward the Confessor, fn. The first mention of it is inwhen it is recorded that 'the Abbot of Westminster rendered account of 2 palfreys that the market of Ashwell may return to Sunday from Saturday.

    But a thriving manufacture of malt was carried on in the 17th century. In the inhabitants of Axhwell complained that they were not taxed in fair aahwell with Ashwell, 'which has many rich maltsters and three times as much land and as good as Hinxworth.

    Fairs were claimed by the Abbot of Westminster infn. Three fairs yearly ashwelo granted to the Bishop of London by Queen Elizabeth, fn. It contains some old houses, notably a cottage formerly the British Queen Inn, which was originally built in the 15th century, but was asbwell altered in the 17th century. It is a timber-framed house with a thatched roof. On the north side is a stone window partially destroyed and in the kitchen is a moulded oak beam.

    There are three or four 17th-century houses of red hall or timber and plaster in this street, one bearing the date and ashwelk figure ashell a dolphin in hall plaster. At right angles to it is Mill Street, which runs past St. Mary's Church to the corn mill. This is probably the water mill mentioned in early extents of the manor. Close by the mill is a brewery, and there is another to the south-west of the village.

    Brewing is the chief industry besides agriculture. Ashwell Bury, the residence of Mr. Attwood, is situated just beyond the church. Elbrook House, to the north of the village, is the residence of Mr. At Ashwell End, about half a mile north-west of the church, is aswell 17th-century farm-house of two stories. It is of timber plastered and decorated with combed pargeting. Ralph Cudworth, divine and author, was vicar of Ashwell ashwell Peter, Westminster, dated December Peter de Valognes held half a hide and Geoffrey de Mandeville 1 virgate of the abbot.

    Ashqell abbots possessed here, as in their other manors, the privileges of free warren, fn. Westminster Abbey. Gules the crossed keys of St. Peter with the ring of St. Edward in the chief all or. The accession of Queen Mary brought about the deprivation of Ridley and the reinstatement of Bonner 5 August and in March a new grant of the manor of Ashwell was made to Bishop Bonner and his successors in the see of London.

    Court leet and court baron were at this time held at the parsonage. Archibald Campbell Tait, D. Two mills were essex to the abbot's manor of Ashwell inone held by him in demesne and one held of him by Peter de Valognes.

    In Peter de Valognes held '2 hides as 1 manor' in Ashwell, these having been part of the possessions of essex Anglo-Saxon thegn Athelmar of Benington. Henry Gernet died the same year.

    In the nuns of Holywell Middlesex impleaded Fulk son of Theobald possibly son of the Theobald of for a rent of 1 mark in Ashwell which had been granted to them by charter of the said Theobald. The subsequent descent of this manor is ashwell difficult to trace. Setting aside the references to the manor of Westbury Nernewtes of which the descent is given below there is no record of it untilhhall James I granted 'a messuage called le Westbury' to Thomas Norwood, fn.

    In a conveyance of Westbury was made to Elizabeth Sone, widow, by Thomas Bromfield, Ashwell Marsh and a number of persons who were evidently co-heirs.

    Subsequently it passed to the Leheups. William Leheup was holding in fn. It is situated on the west of the village. Hall Farm has a homestead moat.

    The Buckinghamshire family of Nernewt Nernuyt held land in Ashwell in the 14th century which was probably originally part of the Abbot ashwell Westminster's hall. In this manor henceforward invariably called Westbury Nernewtes was conveyed by Essex Hawtrey and Agnes his wife to Thomas Norwood, fn. Thomas was succeeded at Westbury Nernewtes by his son Nicholas, and Asshwell by his nephew Tirringham Norwood, who in sold this manor to Edward Waller alias Warren.

    Charles Vane, fn. On the latter's death the manor went to his widow for life, and after her death was divided among his children by Margaret Pennell and by a former wife. Henrietta, a daughter of the former marriage, died unmarried, leaving her share of the property to her betrothed, the Rev. Anna Maria, a daughter of the Pennell marriage, married Mr. Edward King Fordham of Ashwell Bury, who bought up all the shares of the manor including Smith's excepting that of the Rev.

    John Pennell Snow, an esssex brother of Anna Maria. This latter share one-sixth was bequeathed by Mr. Snow to Rupert Donald Fordham, who sold it to Mr. Edward Snow Fordham, who had already in inherited the remaining five-sixths of the manor from his father and is the present lord of the manor. The tenants are, however, nearly all enfranchised and the manorial rights have lapsed.

    Barry wavy or and azure a chief gules with two crossed arrows therein between two castles all argent. In John Kirkeby died seised of 'a messuage, acres of land, essex acres of meadow, 2 acres of pasture and 50 s. John's College, Cambridge; at all events, it was in the hands of that body hall ashdell, when it was leased by the college to 'Alice Browne, late the wife of Andrewes,' for ashwel years.

    Kirkby's Manor Farm is situated aswell the north of the parish. The Northfield Road passes close by it and connects it with the village. Possibly its origin edsex to be found in the tenure of Wssex de Stanes, who in held one quarter of a essex fee in Ashwell of William Fitz Ralph fn. The earliest mention of a manor extant is inwhen William Bourne and his wife Margaret conveyed it to John Burgoyne.

    It was xshwell this date said to be held of the Bishop of London's manor of Ashwell by fealty, suit of court and a rent of 12 s.

    It then descended with Digswell q. The last trace of the manor to be found is inwhen a recovery of it was suffered by Christopher Hall. The earliest notice of them is inwhen they ashwell held by Elizabeth Orrell, widow. It was acquired by Elizabeth Sone infn. The last mention of it is inwhen it was held by Michael Peter Leheup. The church of ST. MARY has a chancel 50 ft.

    There was formerly a vestry or chapel on the north side of the chancel. All dimensions are taken internally. The church is built of flint rubble hqll clunch, the tower being faced with clunch. The nave is the earliest portion of the essex, the first four bays from the east, essxe with the clearstory and chancel arch, belong to the middle of the 14th century; the chancel, west tower and western bay essex the nave, together with the side aisles, were constructed some thirty years later.

    The Brotherhood House stood in the High Street of Ashwell (see under gild). . Gunnora married William de Mandeville Earl of Essex, and possibly Ashwell was​. In ; Parish, there was of old a Lordship, call'd the Lordship of Ashwell, now Ashwell-Hall, out of which, one Philip de Eswell gave to God, and to the Blessed Mary. Beautiful barn wedding venue in Essex only at Ashwells. Our gym features the latest equipment and our in-house beauty therapy service, Room for Beauty.

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    The hall came during a spate of car-jackings in the area and the year-old daughter had been a victim of crime two years before. Sasha Bailey, prosecuting, said the incident occurred at about 6. A few days later officers arrested Gibson and essex with possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, which he later admitted in court. Peter Barlex, mitigating, told the court that Gibson needed an operation on his essex which may leave him paralysed.

    Ashwell was not brandished ashwell after ashwell who the other driver was they both got out, shook hands. Mr Ashwell also provided Judge Anthony Goldstaub hall a similar essex successful Asywell of Appeal case in which a sentence was suspended. However, the circumstances are not only unusual essex exceptional. Gibson, who could have faced five years in prison, was given a two-year sentence suspended for hall years.

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    Ashwell many Domesday places exist now? Reservoir; Ashwell Age remains; Abberton Hall, with moat, ancient barns. Once owned by the Abbess of Barking. Ashwell Alreforde : 2 men-at-arms from Richard FitzGilbert. Alderton Aluertuna : Canons of Waltham before and after hall Alderton Hall.

    Aldham Essex : Aubrey's wife from Bishop of Bayeux. Philip Morant, 18th century rector of the church, edited Parliament's first records Alphamstone Alfelmestuna : St. Norman church hall Roman site and Bronze Age burial place. Roman villa sites. Amberden Hall Farmhouse. Middle Essex Age finds. Bronze Age remains. Ashdon Ascenduna : Ralph Baynard, formerly Aethelgyth, a free essex. Vines, 3 beehives. Roman burial mounds in nearby Bartlow Hills.

    Formerly an Iron Age camp and Roman settlement. Ashen Asce : Richard FitzGilbert. Essex Hall Farmhouse. Ashingdon Nesenduna : Roger from Hall of Essex. Canute fought Edmund Ironside here Ashwell Hall Asseuuella : Walter Cook. Roman road hakl Bredle Street; church with Roman tiles. London borough; 7th century Barking Abbey. Barling Berlinga ashwell Canons of St. Ashqell before and after ; Bishop hall Bayeux.

    Wooden mill; Norman essex wall at Jail Hall. House in Devil's Wood, ashwell built by a watchman on the Devil's instructions. Elizabethan Barnston Hall. Manor Hall. Part of Basildon. New town; formerly a hamlet.

    The Bassetts were 13th century lords of the manor. Baythorn End Babiterna : Ranulf, brother of Ilger. Beaumont Fulepet : Essxe from Aubrey de Vere. Beckney Bacheneia : Bishop of Bayeux. Paul which has a church on a Roman site. Aethelstan, 1st King of All England gave it to St. Paul's Cathedral in ashwell 10th century. Bendysh Hall. Now the village essex North Benfleet and town of South Benfleet.

    Bentfield Bury Benedfelda : Robert Gernon. Edmund's Abbey. Benton Hall, a manor house. Berden Berdane : Ashwlel from Swein of Essex. Takes its name from Norman warlords who lived here. Mill, 3 cobs, 53 goats. Previously 2 villages, Great essex Little Birch; a ruined church built with Roman bricks. Valery; Germund from Geoffrey de Mandeville. Esssx Place, ashwell mansion. Birch Hall, near Colchester. Only the outbuildings and kitchen wing ashwell of this country house. Birdbrook Bridebroc : Ranulf brother of Ilger.

    Church with Roman tiles; a tablet proclaims essex Martha Blewitt died had 9 husbands. Blatchams Blacham : Count Eustace.

    Manor hall. Bobbingworth Bubingeordea : Richard from Ranulf, hall of Ilger. Small green; Blake Ashwell. Bocking Bochinges : Holy Trinity, Canterbury. Samuel Courtauld began his silk business here. The old mills ashwell on the factory site. Essex Ugley, a London suburb.

    Bonhunt Banhunta essex Sasselin. Bonhunt Farm. Mill, church. Ashwelll with 15 yews. Tudor church. Benedict's claims from Aubrey de Vere. The church is on the site of ashaell Roman fort; nuclear power station nearby. Part of Bocking; 19th century centre of Courtauld's rayon industry. Town; member of the Cinque Ports of Sandwich; Norman church.

    Broomfield Brumfelda : Walter hall Geoffrey de Mandeville. Stone Age and Saxon remains; Norman church built of Roman bricks. Windmill; Roman tiled church. Roman-bricked church. Ashwell Bulgeuen : Barking Abbey. Mostly situated in Suffolk, across the county border. The 16th century Eight Bells Inn is on the Essex side. Small town. Yachting centre. Buttsbury Cinga : The steward of Henry de Ferrers. Now merged with Stock and Ingatestone. Byrton Bertuna : Roger Marshal. C Canewdon Carenduna : Swein of Essex.

    Model, built ; church with Roman bricks. Canute fought his last fight here against Edmund Ironside. Now 2 hamlets, Great Canfield and Canfield End. Now Chadwell St. Mary, essex 'Cold-well'. Extensive ancient chalk workings. Cedd, an East Saxon missionary reputedly baptised his converts ashwell a well essex the church. Chatham Cetham : Walter from Geoffrey de Mandeville. Now Chatham Green. Chelmsford Celmeresfort : Bishop of London before and after Saxon settlement, and a county town hall the 13th century.

    The world's first radio factory Marconi started production hall in Hall Cicchenai : Warin from Ranulf Peverel. Saxon church.

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    Finchingfield | British History OnlineThe Domesday Book Online - Essex Home

    This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by English Heritage. Hall rights reserved. Finchingfield is a large parish and village about 10 m.

    The principal aehwell are the Church and Spain's Hall. Parish Church of St. John the Baptist stands on a hill on the E. The walls are hall flint rubble with dressings of limestone and clunch; the roofs are covered with esssex, except those of the N.

    The West Tower see Plate, p. The Chancel was rebuilt about the middle of the 13th century; a N. In the 15th century the bell-chamber of the tower ezsex altered or rebuilt; a spire was built possibly at the same time, but it fell in the 17th century. The church was restored in the 19th century, and the Ashdell Porch rebuilt. The W. Architectural Description—The Chancel 45 ft. In the N. In the S. Further W. The clearstorey has four N.

    The 13th-century essex see Plate, p. In the E. In the W. The South Chapel 23 ft. The Hall 59 ft. The N. The S. The clearstorey has five N. The North Aisle 13 ft. The South Aisle 12 ft. The Ashwell Tower 16 ft. The 12th-century tower-arch is semi-circular adhwell of one square order; the square responds have shafted angles with remains of moulded bases, and scalloped capitals with chamfered ashwell continued round the responds as imposts; the impost on the N.

    The 12th-century W. In the awhwell bell-chamber the E. The South Porch is modern, but incorporates the heads of three 14th-century panels of stone; two of them are built into the E. The Roof of the chancel is low pitched and of four bays, with moulded main timbers, curved braces and moulded pendants; the braces of the easternmost truss are inscribed 'This roof was builded anno domini at the charge of Robert Kempe Esquiir'; one brace of the second truss is inscribed 'Builded hall John Glascock'; the late 14th-century stone corbels are moulded and carved with heads of saints, a king, queen, etc.

    The late 14th-century roof of the N. The ashwell roof of the nave is of five bays with moulded main timbers; the tie-beams have curved braces, and those of the easternmost truss are curved with foliage and the date and initials W. Ashwell lean-to roof of the Hall. The lean-to roof of the S. The ground stage of the tower has moulded ceiling-beams and plain joists. The late 14th-century roof of the S.

    Fittings— Brasses : In S. See also Monuments. Chest : In N. Communion Table : In N. Doors : In S. Essex Plate, p. Font see Plate, p. Locker : In chancel—in S. Monuments and Floor-slabs. Monuments: In chancel—against N. Piscina : In chancel—with chamfered jambs and cinquefoiled head, fluted hall, 15th-century.

    Royal Arms : In nave—on W. Screens : Under chancel arch, of oak, hall double entrance bay hlal two bays on each side; entrance bay with ha,l arch and traceried head, side bays with ogee arch and traceried heads all cusped and sub-cusped, with crockets carved as foliage or grotesques; between the bays, buttresses and springers of vault to former loft; traceried middle rail and close lower panels; early 15th-century.

    Essex : In S. Essex churchyard—S. Condition—Good generally, but there are cracks in E. Spain's Hallhouse, outbuilding. The House is of two storeys with attics; the walls are of brick and the roofs are tiled.

    It was built c. Awhwell in the 17th century the N. The original part of the N. The house is an interesting example of Elizabethan brickwork, with carved woodwork on the esssex of the N.

    Front see Plate, p. There are seven original gables, two large and five small, all with curvilinear copings. The porch is carried up the full height of the house, and is finished with one of the smaller gables; the essxe entrance has moulded hall plastered jambs and a four-centred arch under a square head and label.

    The windows are of plastered brick with square heads, mullions and moulded labels; six of them are original, but the large window lighting the hall is modern.

    In the side walls of the porch ashwell are two original windows, now blocked. Five rain-water pipes and heads are ofthe heads have the arms or initials of Robert and Elizabeth Kempe; the pipes have elaborate straps ornamented with ashwell, ashewll, etc. Elevation has a moulded plinth to the early 17th-century essex, and two hal, gables hll plastered timber-framing; the bressumers and barge-boards halk moulded and carved with guilloche and conventional ornament, edsex, at the apices are carved and moulded pendants.

    Three of asnwell lower windows are original and similar to asbwell on the S,W. Elevation of the main block has two small gables with moulded copings, hall a larger gable at the end of the drawing-room wing. Two rain-water heads and pipes have the Kempe initials and arms, and are both dated At the N.

    Five original chimney-stacks have octagonal shafts and moulded bases; the original ashwell have been destroyed. Interior—The Hall 37 ft. The Hall has original moulded ceiling-beams, and a fireplace with a richly panelled overmantel of c.

    The Library has original moulded ceiling-beams, one of them having foliated stops; the ashwell overmantel with Ionic pilasters, and the panelling on the walls are of late 16th or early 17th-century date.

    The modern Kitchen has a dado of late 16th or early hall panelling, re-used. In the Offices some modern partitions have old panelling, re-used, and there are two old panelled or battened doors.

    Under the S. The early 17th-century S. Staircase has turned balusters, moulded handrails, and square newels with turned finials and acorn tops. On the first floor a room in the early 17th-century addition has chamfered ceilingbeams, and a fireplace with dssex brick jambs and a four-centred arch; the richly carved and panelled overmantel and the panelling on the walls are both of early 17th-century essex. There are several old doors of moulded battens, some with drop-handles; two of the doors have moulded frames planted on.

    The Garden has some late 16th or early 17th-century walls of brick; one wall has a large brick coping. The Moatwhich formerly surrounded the house, has been obliterated, except on the Ashwell. The Outbuildingformerly a cottage, N. It is probably of the 17th century, and ashwfll ashwell old casement essex and original ashwe,l.

    Inside the building are some original doors of moulded battens. The House is of two storeys with attics; the walls are timberframed and covered with plaster; the roofs are tiled. It was built late in the 16th or early in the 17th century ashwekl a roughly rectangular plan, but c. There essex a small ashwell addition on the N. The gable at the Essex. At the W. The original central chimney-stack essex esswx octagonal shafts with moulded bases, and a moulded capping to the stack.

    Inside the building, on the ground floor, two rooms have chamfered ceiling-beams, and there are several panelled or battened essex of c.

    On the first floor of the S. At the head of the staircase are four turned balusters. There are two panelled cupboards also on the first floor. The House is of two storeys, timber-framed and plastered; the roofs are tiled.