John De Bedenhale & Agnes De Bedenhale
Fine Roll Staffordshire 41 Henry III A. D. 1257 Memb 2 (alias B)
Agn' que fuit ux' Johis de Bedenhale F Willms fil'' ejus dant R. dimid
marc per une ass' n' diss cap. Coram Willmo Trussel. Et mand est Vic.
Staff. Tc. [Agnes onetime wife of John de Bednehale and her son William
give half a mark for an assart .... Before William Trussel]
Excerpta è rotulis finium in Turri
londiensi asservatis, Henrico Tertio Rege. Vol. II 1246-1272. PR0
Published 1836 page 262
Staffs Or Northumberland William De
5th Edward II Hillary & Easter Terms
"Richard did assign a third part of the aforesaid manor....to this
Agnes in the name of dower etc; and upon the aforesaid manor becoming
vacant by the death of the aforesaid William etc, the aforesaid Richard
the son of Richard did present the same vicarage to a certain William de
Bedenhale, his clerk, who upon his presentation was admitted and
instituted in time of peace ...in the time of King Edward father of our
now Lord....King". NB In the index it states "Bedenhale,
William of, deprived clerk"
Publications of the Seldon Society. Seldon Society 1915. Vol. XXXI
Richard De Bedenhall
30 November 1312. Quitclaim by Richard
son of Gralam de Morton to Thomas son of Robert de scholall of a
messuage and of a whole tenement at le Knol, Odd Rode. Witnesses:
William de Venables de Newbald, Thomas de Rode, Richard de Almundelowe,
Thomas de Morton, Richard de Bedenhall, Robert the Clerk. Given at le
Knol, Thursday before the feast of St. Nicholas Bp. 1312. Seal, green,
of Richard de Morton.
Cheshire Record Office. DBW/A/A/B/14
Richard De Budenhale
Grant in Fee by Henry son of Ralph de
Mouhul to Richard son of Robert de Rode of all his lands,
tenements, mills, etc, in Odd Rode which he inherited of his father.
Witnesses: Thomas, Lord of Rode; Richard, Lord of Morton, Thomas de
Morton, Robert de Alcumundelowe, Richard de Budenhale, John de
Scalehalgh, Adam Harding the Clerk. Seal of Thomas de Lauton
Cheshire Record Office: DBW/A/A/F/16.
Gralam De Budenhale
Grant by John de Scalehalgh to Gralam de Budenhal of one place of
land and a tenement called Aleweysacre in Mekensleg in the territory of
Odd Rode. Witnesses: Thomas de Rode, Richard his son, Thomas de
Morton, Richard his brother, Adam Harding the Clark.c. 1330
Cheshire Record Office DBW/A/A/F/7
Calendar of the Register of Henry Wakefield, Bishop of Worcester
1375-1395. Warwick Paul Marett, Worcester Historical Society.
Printed W.S.Massey & Sons 1972 page 199
Alice Bednale & Matthew Bednale
Matthew Bednale CL was admitted to the Fraternity of St. Nicholas in
1477 and Alice Bednall CLW in1480. A note states "Probably Matthew
Bednall who was lay clerk of St. George's Chapel, Windsor from 1485
 until 1504 or later, where he was also paid as organist"
This book also mentions that he "might be a son of the man whose
will was proved..."
The Bede Roll of the Fraternity of St. Nicholas, by N. W. James.
Guildhall Library, London. London Record Society 2004 page 112 (see also
pages 122, 122, 216, 301).
Bristol Apprentices 11 October 1532. Nicholas son of John Hycman of
West Bromwich, Staffordshire, collier was apprenticed to John Badnall ,
fletcher and his wife Lucy for 11 years. The apprentice to "have at
the end 13s 4d. F. 4/6 (possibly charge paid by Badnall for
recording of apprenticeship). John may be the man living in a
house formerly the property of the Fraternity Chapel of Assumption of
St. Mary the Virgin on Bristol Bridge in St. Nicholas' Parish in
Calendar of Bristol Apprentice Book 1532-1565, D. Hollis, Elizabeth
Ralph and Nora M. Hardwick, Bristol Record Society 1949, pages 1 and 5.
John Fountain and John Beadnell, silversmiths, Aldersgate, London
1793 Mark IF over IB.
Old London Silver, its History: its Makers and its Marks, Montague
Howard, New York, C.Scribner 1903
Joseph Bednal (Bednell?)
Painting of Private Joseph Bednal (1802-1833) of the 12th (Prince of
Wales) Royal Lancers 1832, by Alexandre-Jean Dubois Drahonet.
Commissioned by William IV
Royal Collection RCIN 407088 UK
Attestation made when John Bednall of Leicestershire joined the
Royal Marines in 1828, at the age of 18. He was discharged in 1838 on
grounds of mutiny.
UK Public Record Office PRO ADM157/355 Folios 47-50 covering dated
James Ryan (age 27) charged with stealing 3lbs weight of biscuits
and 103 lbs of tobacco, value £18; the goods of the London Dock
Company, from their Dock. Messrs Ballantine and Wilde conducted the
Witness: Thomas Badnall (policeman H 190)
I went into the warehouse with Mr Clements, on the Sunday morning, and
found the prisoner lying under the desk, in a landing waiter's box-he
had a waistcoat on, with this biscuit in the pocket- some dock Company's
papers were found on him.- I found one piece of a brace of the same sort
as the other piece- he afterwards said if I would take him down to where
his own clothes were, he would show me where he got into the warehouse.-
I took him there, and he pointed out the place where he got in from the
east quay warehouse - it was a small hole - there was a ladder there.
Cross Examined: Question: Where was it? Answer: Against the partition in
the east warehouse, which contains sugar- there is a partition between
that and the tobacco warehouse.
NB The verdict was "Guilty" and he was sentenced to
"Transportation for Seven Years".
Case 991, James Ryan for theft of goods from the London Dock Company.
Proceedings of the Central Criminal Court, London 3rd April 1848. Pages
898-900. The Old Bailey Online Project http://www.oldbaileyonline.org/
On 11/5/1849, W. H. Bedall or Bednall arrived in South Australia
from London via Plymouth (departure 28/01/1849) on the William Hyde.
South Australia Passenger Arrivals 1803-50. Newspaper Passenger Lists
Thomas Beadnall married Elizabeth Barker on 27 July 1850.
South Australian Births, Marriages & Deaths. http://www.familyhistorysa.info/births-marriages-deaths/marriages.html
Edward W. Badnall
Alphabetical List of Passed Masters and Mates: Edward Wykeham
Badnall. Master/Mate Certificate No. 6779
The Mercantile List And Annual Appendage To The Commercial Code 1857,
Elibron Classics, Editor J.H.Brown, Adamant Press Media Corp 2000. Page
Subcribers to the South Australian Institute 1863, William Bednall
of Carrington Street, Adelaide, South Australia.
South Australia State Records. Series Id GRG 19/97 Consignment
Su-Series: 00000 Unit 1. Application Book for Subscribers to the South
Australian Institute, page 47.
Admissions to the Destitute Institute, Adelaide: Admission No.
84/1885, Thomas Bednall, residence Carwell Street, Adelaide who arrived
in the ship Ann Holzberg and had been 32 years in Australia.
Register of admissions to the Destitute Institution, Adelaide,.
South Australia State Records. Series ID GRG 28/5 Consignment
sub-series: 00000 Unit 2.
"Cooper and Bednall who were arrested and imprisoned at St.
Etienne under the Espionage Act....... Where the Foreign Office will now
endeavour to obtain compensation from the French Government for the
imprisonment which Bednall has suffered" ..." were tried
upon a charge of espionage and convicted" [Possibly Alfred
Badnell, one of the partners in the firm Messrs Taylor, Cooper &
Bednell Ltd cycle manufacturers.]
Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament Published by
Reuter's Telegram Company 1892. Fourth Series v.2, page 883.
Taylor, Cooper & Bednell Ltd of
Coventry operated in a mill previously occupied by ribbon manufacturers
Hotchkiss, Mayo & Meek of...
The Journal of Transport History, By University of Leicester,
Published by Manchester University Press, 1985 page 46.