Ancient parish in Bedford archdeaconry of the diocese of Lincoln, forming a modern civil parish
Turvey [centre, blue] surrounded by (clockwise, from the north) Carlton [pink], Stevington [green], Bromham [orange], Stagsden [pink], Astwood (Buckinghamshire) [yellow], Hardmead (Buckinghamshire) [pink], Newton Blossomville (Buckinghamshire) [green], Cold Brayfield (Buckinghamshire) [yellow], Lavendon (Buckinghamshire) [pink] and Harrold [orange]. These were all separate ancient ecclesiastical parishes.
9 February 1498: At Westminster the quindene of Martinmas 12 Henry VII [25 November 1496] before Thomas Bryan, William Danuers, John Vauasour and Thomas Wode justices, adjourned to the octaves of Hilary 12 Henry VII [20 January 1499]. John Mordaunt serjeant-at-law, William Mordaunt, John Vynter, William Gascoign and Robert Spencer, plaintiffs v. Richard Tresham and Rose his wife, deforciants of 2 messuages, 300 acres of land, 12 acres of meadow, 10 acres of pasture, 6 acres of woodland and 30s rent in Turuey. Deforciants acknowledge the premises to belong to plaintiffs, for which the plaintiffs grant the deforciants 100 marks
9 February 1498: At Westminster the octaves of Candlemas 13 Henry VII [9 February 1498] before Thomas Bryan, William Danuers, John Vauasour and Thomas Wode justices, adjourned to quindene of Easter 13 Henry VII [29 April 1498]. John Mordaunt serjeant-at-law, Wistan Broun, William Gascoign, John Vynter, Thomas Heron, William Selvester, Hugh Hasilden, Roger Morekot, Richard Steuenson, Thomas Lokyn, John Laurence, John Peryn, John Ball, Gilbert Turpeny, William Steuynson son of Roger Steuynson and John Steuyngton plaintiffs v. Alianora Coly widow deforciant of the manors of Bozoms and Bordeleys, 300 acres of land, 200 acres of pasture and 30 acres of woodland, 60s rent and rent of a pound of pepper in Stacheden Felmersham Radwell Bromeham and Turuey. Deforciant acknowledges the premises to belong to Thomas Heron, for which the plaintiffs grant the deforciant £200
25 June 1502: At Westminster the morrow of Midsummer 17 Henry VII [25 June 1502] before Thomas Wode, William Danuers, John Vauasour, and John Fyssher, justices, adjourned to octaves of Hilary 19 Henry VII [20 January 1504]: John Mordaunt and William Mordaunt plaintiffs v. Edward duke of Buckingham and Alianora his wife, deforciants of view of frankpledge, assize of bread and ale, chattels, waifs and strays of felons, fugitives, outlaws, deodands and treasure trove in Turuey. Deforciants acknowledge the premises to belong to the plaintiffs, for which the plaintiffs grant the deforciants a rent of 3s a year at Michaelmas and Easter
1 July 1503: At Westminster, octaves of Midsummer 18 Henry VII [1 July 1503], before Thomas Frowyk, William Danuers, John Vauasour, and John Fyssher justices: Wistan Broun, John Nudegate, John More, Edward Cheseman, Robert Latymer and William Sewester, plaintiffs, v. James Vyall esquire and Johanna his wife, deforciants of the manor of Lyford, 200 acres of land, 40 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture and 100s rent in Lyford. Regrant to deforciants for life, remainder to John Mordaunt of Turuey esquire