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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Sibthorpe

    in mortmain a messuage, a toft, 50 acres of land and 5 acres of meadow, in Hawksworth and Aslockton , to a chaplain to celebrate daily in a chapel to be built on the north side of the church of

    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Welbeck

    1 d .; and Lincoln temporalities, £10. The Nottinghamshire parsonages or rectories of Cuckney , Elkesley , Bothamsall , Whatton, Aslockton , Flintham , and Littleborough produced £66 19 s . 7 d .; whilst from the same county there

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Shurgarton

    ( Lancashire ), by Henry Bisett; of considerable lands, tenements, rents, & c. in Saxondale , Harmston , Hawksworth , Aslockton , Screveton , Car Colston , Flintham , Hoveringham , Shelford (Notts.); and of other land in Boyleston, Burnaston

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNIVETON, John, of Mercaston, Derbys. and Whatton, Notts.

    a sizeable estate at Whatton; and by the following year they also enjoyed the tenancy of Margaret’s property in Bingham, Aslockton, Wiverton, Tithby and other Nottinghamshire villages. These, along with all the other holdings currently occupied by them in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years.- ifadiiy ,f.iy. DREADFUL ACCIDENT ON THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY. An accidesit of n alarming chbannter happened yester- dauly, at Aslockton on the aaove line, a fe o' nuiles fcO m Nottingham, by whieb one man lost his life and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aad Births are charmged I. each, prepid. IIIRRIED. CHERTLE-BURTOR.-On the 6th inst. at St, Jolns, aId, Mr. John Chettle, of Aslockton., Nott to Malinda Burton, th daughter of CaptairnJ. A. Burton. of Srtton Bridge. Ltaeotslre. MATraw-WSVl~ciSoN.-Ofl the 2nd ins ast Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mills, anley, brichmaker, Nov. 19. at 11. Hanley J. ittson, Brad rerd, mechantc, Nov. 19, at 10, Bradford W. Tylor, Aslockton, wheelwright, Den. 7, at 11, Biogham J. Beeson, tatoliffe-on- rCrent, wrood de3lcr, Dec. 7, act 11, Bfighain J. Speller, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Belvoir Castle (the seat of the Duke of Rutland), will go by railway to Aslockton (the birth-place of Archbishop Craumer), thence by carriage to Aslockton Plaister Pits, fi. The town presents a most animated appearance, and every effort is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aslocktoa Station, near Nottingham. The engine of a goods train, which leaves Nottingham for Lincoln at 4.15, became disabled near Aslockton, and the driver was compelled to stop there. As a special train was to leave Nottingham for Hull at Subscribers-only content

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