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    Colleges of secular canons Battlefield , St Mary Magdalen

    Roger Ive , its first master. Ive, member of a burgess family of Shrewsbury , had been Rector of Albright Hussey , the parish in which Battlefield lay, since 1398. 3 In 1406 he obtained licence to acquire a two-acre Victoria County History

    Colleges of secular canons Shrewsbury

    the abbey's Uffington tenants for a pension of 12 d . a year before 1162, 161 the tithes of Albright Hussey were released to the lord of that manor in 1173 for a pension of 4 s . a year, Victoria County History

    Horton HORTON 1991

    1387 descended in the Stafford family until 1572, when Edward, Baron Stafford , sold it to Richard Hussey of Albright Hussey ( Salop .). 6 Richard was succeeded in 1574 by his son Edward, still alive in 1601 . 7 Victoria County History

    HUSSEY, Richard (by 1529-74), of Albright Hussey and Battlefield, Salop; Astley and Coventry, Warws.

    1529-74), of Albright Hussey and Battlefield, Salop; Astley and Coventry, Warws. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1558 Biography Richard Hussey probably owed his election as senior Member for Newcastle-under-Lyme in Mary’s last Parliament to the mayor, Walter Devereux, 1st Viscount Hereford. Himself History of Parliament

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