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The Feuars of Gifford (1750-1980)

John H. Simpson

The Feuars of Gifford (1750-1980)

by John H. Simpson

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Published by Scotland"s Cultural Heritage in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feuars of Gifford (Trust).

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn H. Simpson.
    ContributionsScotland"s Cultural Heritage.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination55p. :
    Number of Pages55
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15346429M
    ISBN 100951124900
    OCLC/WorldCa19066464

      On 20 June John Gifford, a knight or baneret of co. Beds and co. Bucks, was returned as ill and unable to serve in person against the Scots (ib.), and on 24 June John Gifford le Boef, man at arms, was summoned from Northamptonshire to serve against the Scots (ib.). The book Homes of Family Names by H.B. Guppy, states the following in regard to this surname: “The name of Gifford is now established in Cambridgeshire, Hunts, Dorset, and Somerset. In the form of Giffard it was common in the 13th century in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, and Oxfordshire (H. R.).

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Books, Handbooks & Magazines The feuars of Gifford were small landowners who had rights to cut peat and graze cattle on common land in the local community. This picturesque village is located on the Gifford Water and dates from the 17th century.

It was built to replace the village of Bothans, which was demolished to make way for a walled. Weare Giffard is a small village, civil parish and former manor in the Torridge district, in north Devon. The church and manor house are situated 2 1/2 miles NW of Great Torrington in of the houses within the parish are situated some 1/2-mile east of the church.

The church is situated on a hillside to the north and slightly above the wide and flat valley floor of the River Torridge.

John Muir - History of Gifford, John H. Simpson - The Origins of Gifford in Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian & Field Naturalists' Soc., vol. 18, pp.John H. Simpson - The Feuars of Gifford () (Edinburgh: Scotland's Cultural Heritage, ).

Thomas Gifford went to Dubuque, Iowa, from where he went to college, before he upped and moved to Twin Cities, Minnesota with his family.

He divorced his first wife in and married a local actress, Camille D’Ambrose. Gifford moved once again this time to Los Angeles before going back to the familiar settings of Orono, MN.

The hall was bought by the feuars of Gifford in with a view to restoring it for the benefit of the community. The Gifford Community Association, founded inhas maintained and The Feuars of Gifford book it ever since. Money for major restorations and alterations was raised by 50% grant from the Scottish Education Department, 25% from the Regional Council.

The feuars were exempted by the Marquis "from all cess, taxations, ministers' stipends, and other public burthens." They obtained from the superior, long ago, a grant of a piece of land near Gifford, called the Common, consisting of 60 acres, and worth at.

least L. per annum; 14 acres are at present in cultivation, and yield a rent of L. Dunbar, J.G. () ‘The building of Yester House, ’ Transactions of the East Lothian Antiquarian and Field Naturalists’ Society, 13, pp Gifford Community Council (,revised ) Gifford: a Brief History and Guide Hansard ( January 13) Query by John Home Robertson to Lord James Douglas-Hamilton re public funds and Yester House and Chapel.

The Gifford Paper Mill was established in the 17th Century and was one of only twelve Paper Mills in Scotland. It was responsible for producing Bank Of Scotland notes and closed in From the Gifford Athletic Games were situated on Bleachfield and over the following years became a major attraction in the South of Scotland, the peak.

Frank Gifford was born on Aug in Santa Monica, California, USA as Frank Newton Gifford. He is known for his work on Jerry Maguire (), Coach () and Spin City (). He was married to Kathie Lee Gifford, Astrid Gifford and Maxine Avis Ewart. He died on August 9, in Riverside, Connecticut, USA.

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The couple was years apart and became parents of two children: year-old son Cody, and year-old daughter Cassidy. Alan Macfarlane, ‘A Tudor Anthropologist: George Gifford’s Discourse and Dialogue’ In Sidney Anglo (ed.), The Damned Art: Essays in the Literature of Witchcraft (Routledge, ).

p In the county of Essex between and there are surviving Assize Court prosecutions against supposed 'black' witches.(1) A further men and women from Essex are known to have been presented. 11 Volume three of the Melville Monument Committee minutes (Subscribers Minute Book) is in Edinburgh City Archives.

Unfortunately the first two volumes went missing as early as Marchwhen advertisements were placed in the Courant, the Scotsman, the Mercury and the North British Advertiser offering a reward for their return.

Francis Newton Gifford also known as "Frank Gifford" was an American footballer and Emmy Award-winning sports commentator of ABC's Monday Night Football, for 27 years. Inhe received the NFL Most Valuable Player Award and in the same season earned his only NFL Championship. He was born to Lola Mae and Weldon Gifford, an oil driller.

In the Domesday book Chillington (Cillintone) is entered under Warwickshire as forming part of the estates of William Fitz Corbucion, and it was the latter’s grandson, Peter Corbusun of Studley, who granted Chillington to Peter Giffard, his wife’s nephew, for “a sum of 25 marks and a charger of metal.”.

Gifford genealogy, ; Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Follow the "All Files: HTTP" link in the "View the book" box to the left to find XML files that contain more metadata about the original images and the derived formats (OCR results, PDF etc.). Giffard is an Anglo-Norman surname, carried by a number of families of the Peerage of the United Kingdom and the landed included the Earls of Halsbury and the Giffards of Chillington Hall, e people with the surname include: People with the surname.

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