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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashwell Chester . Azure three sheaves or . Tuchet. Ermine a cheveron gules . Palmes. Gules three fleurs de lis argent and a chief vair . Dawnay, Viscount Downe . Argent a bend cotised sable with three rings argent on the bend .

    Parishes AshwellASHWELL Exewell, Exwell (xi cent.); Assewell, Ayswell, Aiswell (xiii cent.); Aswelle, Ashewell, Assewell (xiv cent.). Ashwell is on the Leicestershire border of the county and comprises 1,835 acres, about two-thirds of which are grass land. The soil is

    Parishes Ashwell

    Parishes AshwellASHWELL Aescwelle, Eswell, Assewell, Asshewell. The parish of Ashwell has an area of about 4,108 acres. The ground slopes down towards the north, the height in the south varying from 200 ft. to 300ft. (with Claybush Hill attaining

    Alstoe hundred

    ALSTOE containing the parishes of Ashwell ; Burley ; Cottesmore with Barrow ; Exton ; Greetham ; Horn ; Market Overton ; Stretton ; Teigh ; Thistleton ; Whissendine ; Whitwell Alstoe Hundred was named apparently after Alstoe (Altiechestouwe) in

    Great Stanmore Roman catholicism

    in 1581 and 1582 included Thomas Norwood of Great Stanmore , gentleman, one of the Norwoods of Astwood (Bucks.) and Ashwell ( Herts .), whose family also held property in Harrow . 54 Agnes Mills of Stanmore was among those

    The hundred of Odsey Introduction and map


    Parishes Teigh Foleville. Barry wavy argent and sable a quarter gules . Sherard. Argent a cheveron between three roundels gules .

    Whissendine to Ashwell . It was intended to serve Oakham , but, taking advantage of the levels, it passed under Market Overton Hill towards Ashwell . Tradition says that only one barge with coal passed up to Ashwell , for

    Parishes Totternhoe

    nave and aisles dates from early in the 16th century, the arcades copying the detail of the tower arch. The Ashwell rebus occurs on the aisle roofs and the respond of the north arcade. Externally the chancel and vestry to

    Gloucester Bailiffs, 1200-1483

    6685 , f. 13) 1379 John Pope ; Wm. Crook (G 363) 1380 Rog. Recevour; Ric. Ashwell (G 364) 1381 Ric. Barret; 21 Ric. Ashwell (G 364) 1382 (Ric. Barret; Wm. Wightfield) 1383 John Ruseby; Rob. Pope (G 365) 1384

    Graveley Church

    Jesus Coll . Mun., 7, corr. 1886-7 ; cf. Church Com . files. Inf. from Messrs. Jolliffe , Andrew, & Ashwell of Peterborough , land agents to rector. C.U.L., E.D.R., H 1/ Graveley 1615. e.g. P.R.O., E 179/244/22, f. 62v.

    Parishes Newnham

    180 ft. above ordnance datum, and along a side road from Radwell to Newnham , branching thence to Caldecote and Ashwell . It contains two good brick houses, of which one, the manor-house, is quite modern; the other, now called

    Parishes Hinxworth

    leading north-west and southwest, the former being continued on to Ashwell . The church 6 and rectory stand on the south-east of the angle formed by the road to Ashwell and that leading south-west to the Roman road, and the

    Houses of Austin canons Royston priory

    same visitation the bishop found that Ralph de Ashwell , another canon, in the course of a quarrel had badly wounded Bernwell, 'causing great scandal in many parts of England .' Ashwell had also to go to the pope. 30

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Lanthony by Gloucester

    Walter de Longeneye was to remain at the monastery with the same privileges as were granted to Prior William de Ashwell when he resigned his office. At the request of Robert of Gloucester he was permitted to enter the abbey

    Parishes Thistleton Bussey. Barry argent and sable . Colville of Bytham. Or a fesse gules .

    South Wytham , 11/4 miles north-east, on the London Midland and Scottish and London and North Eastern Railways, and at Ashwell , 5 miles south-west, on the London Midland and Scottish Railway . There was in 1576 a dispute about

    Parishes Guilden Morden

    Neckbone , who bought 43 a. at Morden in 1312 , and William of Ashwell , 149 and in 1346 by Robert Neckbone, Peter of Ashwell , and Thomas Northbrook of Steeple Morden . 150 Part of the fee was

    Parishes Steeple Morden

    was built where Odsey way crossed Ashwell Street , and Cheyney Lodge , with a substantial red brick farmhouse, further south along Odsey way. A small settlement grew up near the southern boundary at Ashwell and Morden station, on the

    Houses of Benedictine monks St Albans Abbey - After the Conquest

    some of whom a few months later were informing against the third prior, William Ashwell , 820 to curry favour with Cromwell . They reported that Ashwell , talking of Queen Anne when she was in the Tower, said that

    General introduction

    Ashwell , Manton , and North Luffenham (Archdeacon Johnson, 1625). Monuments of considerable interest are to be found in several of the churches. At Great Casterton and Seaton are mutilated 13th-century effigies, and effigies of later date occur at

    Woolaston Economic history

    receipts of £25 12 s . 8 d . from fixed rents and manorial courts at Woolaston , Aluredston, and Ashwell may have included a large proportion of rents from that manor. The grange of Woolaston , valued at £22,

    Parishes Benington

    house. MANOR BENINGTON was the head of a Saxon lordship of some importance, which extended apparently into Sacombe , Layston, Ashwell , Hinxworth and Radwell . 8 It was held in the time of Edward the Confessor by AElmar or

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