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A Topographical Dictionary of England
Pisford - Playford Pisford, Northampton.See Pitsford. PISFORD, Northampton.See Pitsford. Pishill PISHILL, a parish, in the union of Henley, hundred ... This parish, formerly called Pisford...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 6, 1341-1343
Pisford and Ralph de Boketon, then bailiffs of that town; Walter de
A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 2
of the said freres. Henry Pisford, in 1522, directed that five trentals ... with his father William, Henry Pisford had spent over 500 marks in building,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 13, 1369-1374
of Great Billyng the younger, John Laurence of Pisford, John Siwell of Pisford, Simon Flemyng, Nicholas Webstere of Great Billyng, Henry Jonson,
Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 21, 1718-1721
Postroad from a Place called Morter Pitt Hill, in the Parish of Pisford ... Morter Pitt Hill, in the Parish of Pisford, in the said County, ... from a Place called Morter Pitt Hill, in the Parish of ...
The Church in London 1375-1392
John Pisford, Robert Langeley, Thomas Hampton, Hugh Sourdenale, John
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 14, 1698-1699
Pisford. See Pitsford. Pistoll, Thomas, landcarriageman, London port, 72, 329. Pitcher, Lambert, surveyor, Leigh, 106. Pitsford, Pisford, co.
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 4, 1337-1339
Close Rolls, Edward III December 1337 December 1337 Dec. 6. Reading. Philip de Pisford of Northampton and William de Byfle of Northampton acknowledge that they owe to Robert de Foxton, 30 l.; to be levied, in default
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 4, 1441-1447
in 'Esthaddoun, Churche Brampton, Chapell Brampton,' Holdenby and Pisforde co. ... Haldenby and Pisforde co. Northampton whereof the said Elizabeth,