|Other titles||Bayntun commonplace book.|
|Statement||edited by Jane Freeman.|
|Series||Wiltshire Record Society -- v.43, Wiltshire Record Society (Series) -- v.43.|
|Contributions||Freeman, Jane., Baynton, Edward, Sir, 1618?-1679.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
The commonplace book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham. Devizes [England]: Wiltshire Record Society. MLA Citation. Baynton, Edward. and Freeman, Jane. The commonplace book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham / edited by Jane Freeman Wiltshire Record Society Devizes [England] Australian/Harvard Citation. Baynton, Edward. & Freeman, Jane. The Court Book for the Manor of Bromham, for the period to is in the Wiltshire Records Office. A deed dated 13 Jun , and executed the following month, acknowledges Edward Bayntun, his wife Agnes and their heirs with the possessions or inheritance of Sir Andrew Bayntun. The deed referred to the Manors of Bremhill, Stanley, Bromham Battle and Clench. A Farmer's Year: Being His Commonplace Book for is a non-fiction book by H Rider Haggard. It was written as a serial for Longman's Magazine. The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham by Jane (edit). Freeman Hardcover, edge worn and faded to front end, very good inside clean and bright ISBN Publisher: Wiltshire Record Society, 82 pages. Edington Cartulary (Wiltshire Record Society) Stevenson, Janet H.
It was the plague that was the main concern at the beginning of January in when Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham noted in his Commonplace Book on January 6th: “Orders of the justices of the peace for Wiltshire . BAYNTON, Sir Edward (by ), of Bromham, Wilts. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. S.T. Bindoff, Available from . The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham. Edward Bayntun; Jane Freeman [ed] Published by Wiltshire Record Society, Devizes () ISBN ISBN Used. Hardcover. Quantity Available: 1. From: Nigel Smith Books . The Court Book of the Bayntuns for various manors, including Bromham, for the years to is in the British Museum. He was founder of the Hospital in and in Mar King James granted Sir Henry his reversion to the entailed manors, etc. of Bromham and parcel of the lands of Battle Abbey.
Sir Edward Bayntun (d. ) (18), father of the compiler of the Commonplace Book, lived in the great 16th-century house at Bromham whichJohnLeland had comparedwith thepalace ofWhitehall.‘Amanof arrogantanduncertaintemper,hewasoftenatoddswithhisneighbours,and his publiccareer, both in county governmentandas an M.P. The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham, ed. Jane Freeman () [PDF] The Diaries of Jeffrey Whitaker, Schoolmaster of Bratton, –, ed. Majorie Reeves and Jean Morrison () [PDF] The Wiltshire Tax List of , ed. D.A. Crowley . Vol. , No. , Oct., Published by: Oxford The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham by Jane Freeman, Edward Bayntun. The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham by Jane Freeman, Edward Bayntun . The Commonplace Book of Sir Edward Bayntun of Bromham () – Edited by JANE FREEMAN of the Wiltshire Record Society. Monumental Brasses of Wiltshire () – by EDMOND KITE.