Small, rural village and civil parish in the Central Bedfordshire district of the county of Bedfordshire, England; about 12.5 mi east south-east of the county town of Bedford.- Eyeworth
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Mid Bedfordshire was, from 1974 to 2009, a local government district in Bedfordshire, England.
Sir Edmund Anderson (1530 – 1 August 1605), Chief Justice of the Common Pleas under Elizabeth I, sat as judge at the trial of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Anderson died on 1 August 1605 at Eyeworth in Bedfordshire.
Historic 'hundred' of English county of Bedfordshire.
Astwick, Little Barford, Biggleswade, Cockayne Hatley, Dunton, Edworth, Everton, Eyeworth, Langford, Potton, Sandy, Sutton, Tempsford, Wrestlingworth
The wife of English scientific philosopher and statesman Francis Bacon.
She was buried in the old Parish Church of Eyworth, Bedfordshire, 9 July 1650, near her mother, and her sister, Lady Dorothy Constable.
Group of nineteen postcode districts in England, within fifteen post towns.
Sandy, Potton, Gamlingay, Great Gransden, Wrestlingworth, Tempsford, Everton, Waresley, Little Gransden, Sutton, Beeston, Hatley, Eyeworth, Cockayne Hatley, Hatch, Thorncote Green, Budna
There have been nine baronetcies created for persons with the surname Anderson, four in the Baronetage of England, one in the Baronetage of Great Britain and four in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.
The Anderson Baronetcy, of Eyworth in the County of Bedford, was created in the Baronetage of England on 13 July 1664 for Stephen Anderson.
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English clergyman and antiquary.
He was son of Paul Chishull, and was born at Eyworth, Bedfordshire, 22 March 1670–1.
British army officer, barrister and financier.
In 1936 he was created a Baronet, of Eyeworth in the County of Bedford.
Sir Stephen Soame (c.
Judith Soame, married Sir Francis Anderson of Eyworth, Bedfordshire.