William de la Beidenhulle
Inquisition made on Thursday in the feast of St. Valentine, 20 Edward 1st
, at Sarum, of the lands and tenements which were of Peter Spileman,
by the oath of John Dumbdale, William de la Hegge, Peter de la Slishele,
Roger le Peyn, William de la Beidenhulle, John de la Mere, Richard
de la Waterdich, Hamond de Niwetone, Symon Wyther of Burchalke, Simon
Wyther of Gerardestone, John de Molind, and Richard Berner, who say that
Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned To The Court of
Chancery, 1242-1326. Thomas
Lambert, esquire. Delivered into Court 9th May, 20 Charles 1st .
Henry de Budenhulle
Inquisition made in the county of Wilts of the lands of Gunora de la Mare,
by the oath of John de Mara, Symon Cosin, John Swoting, Henry de
Budenhulle, John de Grimstede, Richard Palmarius de Putton, Thomas
Cute (? Ente), Thomas Godwine, Peter Arnold, Reginald le Chekere, Hugh le
Franckeleyn, and Walter Edo, who say that.......
Post Mortem Returned To The Court of Chancery, 1242-1326.
Thomas Lambert, esquire. Delivered into Court 9th May, 20 Charles
John de Bedenhelle
Inquisition made at Sarum before the
King's escheator, 06 Apr 16 Edward 2nd ,
by the oath of Philip Baldet, John Cokerel, Henry atte Merssche,
Henry atte Stighele, John Stonke, John le Palmere, John Maynard, Thomas
Edrich, Robert Cesse, Thomas de Bedenehelle, Richard Petit, and John de
Bedenhelle, who say that....
Wiltshire Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned To The Court of Chancery,
1242-1326. Thomas Lambert,
esquire. Delivered into Court 9th May, 20 Charles 1st .
John atte Bydenhulle
Extent of the lands which belonged to Ingelram Berenger in
Aldredestone and Colemor, made at Aldredeston before Thomas de Eggefeld
[as above], with John de Stoke, the colleague of his election, on Friday
after the Feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, 4 Edward 3rd , by the oath
of William de Lustesh[am], William Elys, William atte Hangre, Simon Turpyn,
William Pytte, William Paynot, John atte Mere the elder, Matthew atte
Purye, John atte Mere the younger, John Gilamor, John le Frensshe, John
atte Bydenhulle, and Richard le Cook, who say that....
Wiltshire Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned Into The
Court of Chancery, 1327-1377. Thomas Lambert, esquire. Delivered into
Court 9th May, 20 Charles 1st .
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Wills at Hertford 1415-1858 By Beryl
Crawley, Susan Flood, Cliff Web, British Record Society
Thomas Badnall, age 23, born Oxford. Attestation papers to serve in the
Royal Marines at Portsmouth 1842. Discharged as an invalid in 1845.
National Archives. Admiralty. ADM 157/366 Portsmouth Folios 29 - 32.
on board the Barque Kate, 341 tons, Master Jones, cleared
outwards from the Port of Auckland :for Sydney on 9th April, included J.
Southern Cross, Vol. XVII, Issue 1391, 12 April 1861, page 2. [Newspapers
A. R. Badnall
Post Office: Unclaimed mail etc, Quarter to end of June 1861: Bednall A.
Southern Cross, Vol. XVII, Issue 1414, 2 July 1861, page 2. [Newspapers
William Wykeham Badnall
Chancery Cause 1975 S92 Smith v Fenton. Plaintiffs Herbert Edward Smith
and another. Defendants Samuel Fenton and his wife Catherine Elizabeth
Fenton. Amendment by Order 1875 adding James Birkett, William
Wykeham Badnall, John Landon Whittaker, Mary Hayes, Charlotte Hayes,
Frances Hayes, Dorcas Hayes, and Ellen Hayes as defendants. Amended
by Order 1876 striking out the Hayes sisters Mary, Charlotte, Frances,
Dorcas & Ellen.
Archives: Chancery Record C16/1036/S96 Smith v Fenton
Taylor, Cooper & Bednall
“12 Raglan Safeties, with latest Dunlop tyres. These reliable roadsters
are so well known as to need no comments from us”. Advert by Mason,
Struther & Co, Christchurch, New Zealand re newly imported bicycles.
The Star, Issue 5126, 7 December 1894, page 1. New Zealand.
Boden Hall, Odd Rode
Bydenhall 1312 BW(p), Bydenale e14, 1315 Ad Ch (p), -hale 1354 Eyre (p), Biden- BPR (p), three Bidnall crofts 1709 Dav., Bidenhall
1831 Bry, Biddenhall (Bank & Meadow) 1839.
English Place-Name Society: Volume Xlv: The Place-Names Of Cheshire:
Part II - The Place-Names Of Bucklow Hundred And Northwich Hundred
J. McN. Dodgson CUP 1970.
John & James Bidnall
John Bidnall and James Bidnall
Queen Anne's County, Maryland, its early history and development.
Emory 1950 Pages 121 &