Corrigenda to volumes I-III

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William Page, Granville Proby and S. Inskip Ladds (editors)

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1936

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'Corrigenda to volumes I-III', A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 3 (1936), pp. XXIII-XXV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=66131 Date accessed: 18 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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CORRIGENDA

Trivial variations in the spelling of names (e.g. Connington for Conington, Graffham for Grafham) have not been noted. In some cases the Archdeaconry of Huntingdon has been abbreviated as Archd. Hunts.; it should always be Archd. Hunt.

Vol. I, page xv, line 27, for '1791' read '1761.'

" " 30, line 26, for 'east' read 'north.'

" " 30, line 27, for 'southerly' read 'easterly.'

" " 30, line 33, for 'biforcates' read 'biforcated.'

" " 30, line 34, for 'runs' read 'ran.'

" " 30, line 35, for 'enters' read 'entered.'

" " 30, line 36, for 'Water' read 'River.'

" " 31, line 19, for 'artificial' read 'artificial.'

" " 34, line 15, for 'Bonwick' read 'Benwick.'

" " 37, line 25, for 'Bambridge' read 'Cambridge.'

" " 42, line 6, for 'Biddington' read 'Diddington.'

" " 42, line 18, for 'Chalfey' read 'Calpher.'

" " 49, line 26a, for 'Flemingford' read 'Hemingford.'

" " 54, line 11b, for 'Stamgards' read 'Stangate.'

" " 59, line 7b, for 'Abbotsleigh' read 'Abbotsley.'

" " 63, line 44b, for 'Tulbrook' read 'Tilbrook.'

" " 67, line 51a, for 'Stave' read 'Staunch.'

" " 68, line 51a, for 'Stirtland' read 'Stirtlow.'

" " 74, line 13a, for 'Chalfey' read 'Calpher.'

" " 88, line 50a, for 'Wiston' read 'Wistow.'

" " 123, after line 44 add 'Vanessa antiopa, L. Ellington, 1880. (S. Inskip Ladds.)'

" " 164, line 25, for 'Lower' read 'Little.'

" " 170, line 14a, for 'Lower' read 'Little.'

" " 177, line 56a, for 'Whistow' read 'Wistow.'

" " 177, line 34b, for 'Twogood' read 'Towgood.'

" " 181, line 20b, for 'Medlow' read 'Midloe.'

" " 184, line 36b, for 'Twogood' read 'Towgood.'

" " 248, lines 19–22, delete these lines.

" " 254, note 3, for 'iron' read 'urn.'

" " 259, line 10, for 'St. Mary's' read 'All Saints'.'

" " 259, line 11, for 'along' read 'near.'

" " 263, line 2, for 'Castor' read 'the Castles at Chesterton.'

" " 263, line 21, for 'Castor' read 'the Castles.'

" " 263, line 23, for 'Castor' read 'the Castles.'

" " 266, line 42, for '1843' read '1849.'

" " 269, line 5, for 'Billarby' read 'Bellarby.'

" " 269, line 6, for 'Lowennion' read 'Lowerison.'

" " 276, line 38, for 'a Hartford vill' read 'Hartford.'

" " 317, line 2, for 'four' read 'three.'

" " 322, lines 22–25, delete 'and it seems certain that this fiscal connection explains the description of the Bedfordshire Domesday, where ten entries are devoted to it.' (See vol. iii, p. 42.)

" " 322, note 2, delete this note.

" " 333, line 1, for 'Dene' read 'Dean.'

" " 340, line 51b, for '[ ]' read '[Caldecote].'

Vol. I, page 341, line 9a, for 'underwood' read 'woodland for pannage.'

" " 343, line 17b, for 'o 204 b.' read 'fo 204 b.'

" " 350, line 40a, after 'Ciluelai' add '[Uluelai (for Wluelai)].'

" " 351, line 19b, for '[ ]' read '[Caldecote].'

" " 353, line 39b, after 'Cilvelai' add '[Uluelai (for Wluelai)].'

" " 358, lines 13–15, delete 'The abbot of Ramsey and two priests of the church at Bottlebridge had similar complaints to make against him.'

" " 358, line 26, for 'one is' read 'two are.'

" " 358, note 2, read 'These are the churches of St. Mary and All Saints.'

" " 359, note 2, delete 'Ashby, in the parish of Orton Waterville.'

" " 359, note 2, for 'Broughton' read 'Bythorn.'

" " 359, note 2, for 'Great Staughton' read 'Fenstanton.'

" " 359, note 2, delete 'A chapel in Fen Stanton.'

" " 359, note 2, delete 'a chapel of St. Anne on Alconbury Hill.'

" " 363, line 8, for 'Huntingdon' read 'Huntingdonshire.'

" " 363, line 18, for 'steeple' read 'roof.'

" " 364, line 10, for 'children' read 'child.'

" " 368, note 7, for 'A. T. Edmunds' read 'A. J. Edmonds.'

" " 371, note 1, for 'does not seem to be in this county' read 'is Orton Waterville.'

" " 378, note 10, for 'Ellington' read 'Elton.'

" " 378, note 11, for 'been once' read 'once been.'

" " 380, line 13b, for 'Chateriz' read 'Chatteris.'

" " 383, line 35a, delete 'and Hemingford Grey.'

" " 383, line 1b, for 'Great Stukeley' read 'Little Stukeley.'

" " 383, lines 3–4b, delete 'Great Staughton.'

" " 383, line 6b, for 'Diddington' read 'Dillington.'

" " 383, line 7b, after 'Huntingdon' add 'Holywell.'

" " 383, line 9b, after 'Ringstead' add 'Stockton.'

" " 383, line 10b, delete 'Barnwell.'

" " 383, line 14b, delete 'Holwell.'

" " 383, line 14b, delete 'Lawshall in Suffolk.'

" " 383, line 16b, after 'Lincoln' add 'Barnwell in Northamptonshire.'

" " 389, line 1b, for 'Great Stukeley' read 'Little Stukeley.'

" " 390, line 35a, for 'a' read 'the.'

" " 390, lines 36, 37a, delete 'afterwards famous as the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell.'

" " 393, line 4a, for 'de Lovetot' read 'the Sheriff.'

" " 393, line 10b, for 'Hartford' read 'Godmanchester.'

" " 393, note 1, line 19, for 'not' read 'no.'

" " 393, note 1, line 27, delete 'of.'

" " 393, note 7, for 'Hartford' read 'Huntingdon.'

" " 393, note 7, after '365' add 'xx.'

" " 396, line 29a, for 'priory' read 'friary.'

" " 396, line 33b, for 'priory' read 'friary.'

" " 401, note 5, add 'but see vol. iii, pp. 55 and 56.'

Vol. II, page xi, line 9, after '1730' add 'Buck's view.'

" " xi, line 18, for 'Buck's view, 1730' read 'c. 1800.'

" " 51, note 84a, delete this note, and substitute 'He was the eldest son of the 6th Marquess of Lothian, and half-brother of Lady Sandwich, who was the daughter of his mother by her first husband, Viscount Belmore (created Earl of Belmore 1797).'

" " 65, in Pedigree for 'Kellard' read 'Kelland.'

" " 89, line 41, for 'Olney' read 'Cluny.'

" " 126, line 58a, for 'Newton' read 'Newtown.'

" Illustration facing page 127, add 'Buck's view.'

" " " " 138, for 'Buck's view, 1730' read 'c. 1800.'

" page 140, line 27, for 'Sawtre' read 'Sawtry.'

" " 144, note 88, add 'and on Domesday Book. (See Trans. Cambs and Hunts Arch. Soc. v, 105–112.)'

Vol. II, page 159, line 54b, delete 'Stowe.'

" " 159, line 58b, after 'Over' add 'Stowe.'

" " 160, line 35b, for 'tenth' read 'eleventh.'

" " 163, lines 61 and 62a, for 'Holdwick' read 'Holdich.'

" " 186, line 6a, for 'Gunnokeslong' read 'Gonnokesley.'

" " 199, Arms of Moyne, for 'stars' read 'mullets.' (See vol. iii, p. 61.)

" " 210, Arms of St. Ives, the bulls' heads should be shown couped.

" " 211, line 32b, for 'leve,' read 'level.'

" " 211, note 20, add 'It is now in the Norris Library, St. Ives.'

" " 217, note 35, for 'toetalld' read 'totalled.'

" " 220, line 32b, after 'lion' add 'rampant.'

" " 220, lines 36–37b, for 'a fleur-de-lis coming out of a leopard's head' read 'a leopard's face jessantde-lis.'

" " 223, line 42a, for 'Colnworth' read 'Colmworth.'

" " 225, Arms of Hammond, after 'St. Albans' add 'Court, Kent.'

" " 231, line 29b, for '1377' read '1379.'

" " 231, Arms of Stukeley, for 'Argent and Sable' read 'Sable and Argent.'

" " 231, note 10, for 'Ibid.' read 'Cal. Feet of F. Hunts (Camb. Antiq. Soc.)'

" " 257, note 5a, delete '(Sir Robert Cotton's Collections for Hunts, 1667).'

" " 258, Arms of Queens' College, after 'Lorraine' for comma read semicolon.

" " 265, note 24, for 'if' read 'so that.'

" " 266, last line a, for 'monks' read 'nuns.'

" " 266, line 1b, after 'Mill' add index figure 58a.

" " 266, note 58, after '103' add full-stop; and the rest of the note should be numbered 58a.

" " 273, line 50a, delete 'the antiquary.'

" " 300, note 6, after 'tears' add a semicolon, and 'the shield.'

" " 304, line 47b, for 'north' read 'south.'

" " 320, line 10a, for 'Maxton' read 'Manton.'

" " 331, line 47a, after 'window' read semicolon for comma.

" " 339, line 23b, after 'sin' add index figure 46a.

" " 348, line 21b, delete 'William or.'

" " 348, line 31b, for '1470' read '1473.'

" " 360, lines 9–10b, for 'Cambridge' read 'Oxford.'

" " 368, line 25a, for 'Murfine' read 'Murfin.'

" " 374, line 2a, after '1827' read comma for semicolon.

" " 377, line 27b, for 'ancestor' read 'predecessor.'

" " 378, note 71, delete 'that of.'

Vol. III, Plate facing page 86, for 'c. 1680' read 'c. 1660.'

" page 135, note 60, for 'William' read 'John.'