Arms, inscriptions and epitaphs in Bedfordshire churches
Scope and Contents
Including: John Fisher of Clifton (d. 1428); John Curteys of Wimmington (d. 1371); Thomas Reynes of Marston-Morteyne (d. 1451); Thomas Burgoyn of Sutton (d. 1516); Mathew de Asschetoun of Shitlington (d. 1400); Alianore Conquest of Flitton (d. 1444); John Lech of Felmersham (d. 1635); Richard Fyssher of Goldington (d. 1507); Anthony Newdegate of Haynes (d. 1568); Henry Barnard of Ampthill (d. 1506); Richard and Anne Faldo of Maulden (d. 1576, 1594); John Launcelyn of Cople (d. 1435); Richard Conquest of Houghton-Conquest (d. 1500); Sir Nicholas Harve of Ampthill (d. 1532); John Meptyshale of Meppershall (d. 1440); John Boteler of Meppershall (d. 1441); John Ackworth of Luton (d. 1513); Lady Maria Wentworth of Toddington (d. 1682); Nicholas Luke of Cople (d. 1563); Thomas and Anne Spenser of Cople (d. 1547, 1591); Robert and Joan Bulkeley of Cople (d. 1550, 1556); Walter Papley of Marston (d. 1420); William Lenthorpe of Marston (d. 1516); Richard Paveley of Milchborn (d. 1377), Robert Hatley (d. 1585).
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
From the library of Henry Wellesley, principal of New Inn Hall, Oxford (d. 1866). Purchased and presented to the Library by Samuel Sandars MA of Trinity College, Cambridge, c. 1870.
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