[Transcribed information from Stephen Whatley's Gazetteer of England - 1750] (unless otherwise stated)
"TUDDINGTON, (Bedfordshire) due N. of Dunstable, is 34 cm. 39 mm. from London. Here was a magnficent seat built bv Paulinus Pever, (a courtier in the R. of Henry III.) who added orchards and parks to it. A fine seat was also built here by Sir Hen. Cheney in the R. of Q. Eliz. who afterwards created him Ld. Cheney of Tuddington. Sir Hen. Johnson had a seat here, now the Earl of Strafford's. The Mt. is Th. Fairs Aug. 24, Sept. 29, Nov. 23."