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Carews of Beddington

Ronald Michell

Carews of Beddington

by Ronald Michell

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Published by London Borough of Sutton Libraries and Arts Services in Sutton, Surrey .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Beddington (Sutton, London, England)
    • Subjects:
    • Carew family.,
    • Beddington (Sutton, London, England) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRonald Michell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT787.C36 M53 1981
      The Physical Object
      Pagination129 p. :
      Number of Pages129
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3278069M
      ISBN 100907335020
      LC Control Number83201739

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Book Description London Borough of Sutton Libraries and Arts Services, Great Britain, Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Carews of Beddington book Softcover Carews of Beddington signed ron mitchell pp illustrated with Black and White Photographs and line drawing A History of The carew Family biography of Beddington England A nice tight copy signed by the author Range: $ - $ COVID Resources.

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Ronald Michell, The Carews of Beddington (London: London Borough of Sutton Libraries and Arts Services, ) Cited in Linda Pollock, ‘Anger and the Negotiation of Relationships in Early Modern England’, pp. –, in The Historical Journal 47 ().

See Roland Michell, The Carews of Beddington (Sutton Libraries, ). Subjects: Beddington, Surrey; Administrative / biographical background: The Surrey branch of the Carew family purports to trace its ancestry to the conquest through Gerald de Windsor, governor of Pembroke, who built Carew Castle.

The Domesday Book mentions two Beddington estates and these were united by Nicholas Carew to form Carew Manor in The Manor, once a medieval moated house, was home to the Royal Female Orphanage from until Parents: Lucy Carew, Sir Thomas Huscarle, Kt., Nicholas Carew.

By Micky Garner and Brian Butchers Previously written histories of Beddington CC have considered the early history to be lost. Logically if this history was lost, how would you know it was there in the first place.

Our history begins inthe coronation year of Queen Victoria when a cricket match was played on. BEDDINGTON. Etymology. The name of this parish has Carews of Beddington book little variation; in Doomsday, it is written Beddintone.

Bedding, in the Saxon, signifies a bed or lodging: if any thing is to be inferred from this etymology, it must be, that Beddington was the first stage out of London, upon one of the great roads.

Nicholas CAREW of Beddington. Died: 17 Aug Notes: He was Keeper of the Privy Seal, Edward long association of the Carew family with Beddington and its Parish Church began about the middle of the 14th century and lasted, at least in name, almost to Victorian times.

One of the most venerable dynasties in Surrey, the Carews had first settled at Beddington in the second half of the 14th century. Indeed, according to Aubrey’s account, Beddington was ‘noted for little else but the family and name of Carew’.

the Beddington line of Carews. Nicholas was a successful courtier who was Keeper of the Privy Seal from to He used the profits of his office to acquire a large estate in Beddington and elsewhere. This included Huscarls so the right of presentation to the Portion came into Carew Size: KB.

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The Domesday Book mentions two Beddington estates and these were united by Nicholas Carew to form Carew Manor in The Manor, once a medieval moated house, was home to the Royal Female. Beddington was a settlement in Domesday Book, in the hundred of Wallington and the county of Surrey.

It had a recorded population of 62 households inputting it in the largest 20% of settlements recorded in Domesday, and is listed under 2 owners in Domesday Book. Mary Beddington was born circato Henry Beddington and Louisa Beddington. Mary had 13 siblings: Catherine (Kate) Nash, Annie Louisa and 11 other siblings.

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Date: c Arrangement: /1/ Manor of Beddington, /2/ Manor of Bandon or Fosters, Beddington. Biography Early life. Jack Beddington was born in South Kensington, London in to Charles Lindsay Beddington and Stella Goldschmidt de Libantia.

He was educated at Wellington College and Balliol College, Oxford. During World War I he served with the King's Own Yorkshire Light January he married Olivia Margaret Streatfeild. Shell-Mex and BP : John Louis "Jack" Beddington.FWIW, with regard to the parents of Nicholas Carew of Beddington d.at the end of 'The Ancestry of the Carews of.

Beddington, Surrey and the Tuite Quartering of Carew,' by Patrick Montague-Smith, F.S.G., he confidently stated: 'The pedigree of the Carews may be regarded as proved, as follows.Since the publication of Michael Bond's first book "A Bear Called Paddington" inmore than titles have been published in a variety of formats ranging from the original novels, which appeal to all ages, right through to board books aimed at Paddington’s very youngest fans.