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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Corrigenda to volumes I-III

    read 'sons' ,, ,, 68, note 74, for '440' read '40' ,, ,, 103, note 38, for '58' read '85' ,, ,, 247, line 31, for 'Priory' read ' Abbey ' ,, ,, 395 b , line 54, delete '(Priory)'

    Alien houses Priory of Creeting St Olave

    in the time of the Conqueror, gave the manor of Creeting St. Olave ( Gratingis ) to the Benedictine Abbey of Grestein in Normandy ; it was held in chief of the king. 1 The taxation of 1291 enters 18

    Cockersand Abbey

    Cockersand Abbey COCKERSAND ABBEY Extra-parochial Kokersand, 1212; Cocressand, 1213. The abbey demesne occupies 3451/2 acres, 1 and the population of the township in 1901 was 53. It is often regarded as belonging to the township of Thurnham . A small

    Alien houses The priory of Willoughton

    moiety of the church of Willoughton were granted by the Empress Maud to the Benedictine Abbey of St. Nicholas, Angers , 1 and the priory was probably built some time during the twelfth century. It is mentioned as an alien

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Wyresdale

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Wyresdale 6. THE ABBEY OF WYRESDALE The Cistercian abbey of Wyresdale, an offshoot of Furness , was founded towards the close of the twelfth century, on land perhaps given by Theobald Walter ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Davis, Esq; who dyed Yeoman-Usher of the Black Rod , 25th of Octob. 1716 . Aged 54 Years. In this Abbey are also Mounmental Inscriptions for Henry Wharton , A. M. sometime Chaplain to Sancroft, Archbishop of Canterbury . Ob.

    Book 4, Chapter 1 Borough of Southwark. S. Mary Magdalens Parish.

    People. Then is Battail Bridge, so called of Battail Abbey , for that it standeth on the Ground, and over a Water-course (flowing out of Thames ) pertaining to that Abbey , and was therefore both builded and repaired by

    Book 2, Chapter 8 Cornhil Ward. St. Michaels.

    Charges of that Parish, more than 100 Marks. And S. Michael on Cornhil . Repairs. Rebuilt. J. S. *No such Abbey in England . It seems it should be Eovesham, or Evesham . A fair Church. The Steeple. This was

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Cohærede, suscepta, Redemptoris adventum hic expectat, vernante Ætate. In patriam abiit xii April, M. DC . XXI . In the Abbey , in the North Ile, about the Middle of the Ile, is thus written. Mors mihi Solus Christus Lucrum.

    Book 1, Chapter 30 Worthy Acts of Women.

    the Town of Fisherton to the Abbey of Peterburgh. Afterward Edryd, the foresaid Edward's Queen, claimed the said Village, pretending Leofriva decreed it for her. So there was a Contest about it; and the Abbey gave the Queen Forty Marks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorothy Owens, Bridge street ... 0 2 6 Mr. E. Williams, Gwydvr house .. . 0 2 6 W. Elias, Abbey ... ... ... 0 2 6 J. P. Jones, Druggist ... ... 0 2 6 J. H. Jones, Grocer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a *yr na ddilynir yr esiampl, ac na ddaw y Capel Coffadwr- iaethol, maes o law, yn fath o Westminater Abbey Gymreig-yn gronicl yr oesan, trwy fod yn lie i gadw coffadwriaeth ein henwogion ? Trwy sefydiu, befyd, YTgoloriaetk Gpy-nreig Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I w,;, ? I . 1 I t -R- ij6 . I - ? . r , ;Dywedir fadMetbadistiald Calfioaidd {Owrecsam wedi deehrejix achos. Cynweig, drall y; y dref'yn flghymy-dogaeth RbsdftU, lie y maelgwadth gla'ma-Fr wedi ei gychwyn. Bwriedir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'r a enw ' Lapwing,' perthynol i Gork, i lawr yo y L channel, gan lestr tair hwylbren o'r eow 'Abbey 'Holme.' Colloddbron yr nil oedd ar fwrdd yr agerlong a eu bywydau, ac y mae un o'r gweddill achubedig, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Morgrugyn ;" Mr. H. Jones, Barrow. " Y Cymro crwydredig ;" Mr. J. Williams, (Eryr Menai.) Prydd- est " Furness Abbey," gwobr 2p. los. a thlws a chadair dderw; Mr. T. Williams, (Ap Gwynfa.) Dadgaun "Tros y gareg ;" Mr. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARCOURT, Robert (d.1588), of Ronton Abbey, Staffs.

    (d.1588), of Ronton Abbey, Staffs. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1563 Biography If the above identification is correct, Harcourt’s return may be attributed to his elder brother, Simon.Harcourt was a merchant of the staple by June 1558 and married the widow of

    TATE, Bartholomew (1666-1704), of Delapré Abbey, Hardingstone, Northants.

    (1666-1704), of Delapré Abbey, Hardingstone, Northants. Constituency Dates Northampton 1702 6 July 1704 Biography Almost nothing can be ascertained of Tate’s career. His ancestral connexions with Northamptonshire dated from the reign of Elizabeth I who had granted the family the

    WALLEY, John (d.1615), of Bath, Som.

    to him in 1590 as ‘burgess money’ or parliamentary wages.Walley’s death ‘sometime alderman of this city’ is recorded in Bath abbey register in April 1615. There was another John Walley, nephew of the 1589 MP, who was mayor in 1589

    HARCOURT, Simon (c.1525-77), of Ellenhall and Ronton Abbey, Staffs. and Stanton Harcourt, Oxon.

    of Ellenhall and Ronton Abbey, Staffs. and Stanton Harcourt, Oxon. Constituency Dates Staffordshire 1559 Staffordshire 1563 Ofifces Held Receiver, Staffs. and Herefs. 1559-60, from c.1572; j.p. Staffs. from c.1561, q. by 1574, sheriff 1566-7; j.p.q. Oxon. from c.1573. Biography The

    PRINCE, Richard (c.1523-98), of Whitehall, Abbey Foregate, Shrewsbury, Salop.

    Shrewsbury abbey as a reward for his ‘good service, labour and travail’ on behalf of the parishoners. He obtained a considerable portion of the abbey lands, and with the stone from its dismantled buildings constructed the house in Abbey Foregate

 

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