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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Wye

    in 1450 5 to acquire and appropriate the church of Boughton Aluph , and in 1451 6 to acquire lands and rents in Canterbury , Wye , Boughton Aluph , Crundale , Godmersham , Bethersden , and Postling . Edward

    Durham cathedral Description of church

    the most part copied from windows to be found in the churches of Sleaford and Holbeach in Lincolnshire and Boughton Aluph in Kent . Their internal sills are lower than those of St. Calais ' windows, the string-course marking the

    Index A - K

    (Lincs.), 241 Boswell , Jas., 1, 124 statue, 23 Bosworth fam ., 264 Bosworth (Leics.), battle of, 12, 206 Boughton Aluph , see Buckwell Boulers , Reynold, bp. of Coventry and Lichfield , 54 Boulogne (Pas de Calais , France

    Burntwood Manors, local government and public services

    Elizabeth was the wife of Sir John Hercy of Grove (Notts.) and Isabel of Walter Moyle of Buckwell in Boughton Aluph ( Kent ). Each couple had a moiety of Pipe. Isabel died there, and her husband held the moiety

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ICKHAM, William (d.1424), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Ickham for a debt of 20s. and damages of the same amount. Three years later Ickham witnessed deeds at Boughton Aluph, where he himself owned land, on behalf of Elizabeth, Lady Trivet (the widow of Sir Thomas Swinburne*).[footnote]Ickham died in

    ELLIS, Thomas, of Kennington, Kent.

    witness a deed regarding the Kentish estates of Robert, Lord Poynings, and in 1422 he attested other transactions at Boughton Aluph on behalf of Elizabeth, widow of Sir Thomas Swinburne*. In the meantime, in June 1421 he had been named

    BROCKHILL, Thomas (d.c.1411), of Calehill in Little Chart and Aldington, Kent.

    Garter knight of the same name), for whom he acted not only as a feoffee of the manor of Boughton Aluph and of Paveley’s other estates but also, as named in Sir Walter’s will in 1379, as ‘distributor et ministrour’

    SOTHILL, Gerard (d.1410), of Redbourne, Lincs.

    later sat in Parliament. He had, meanwhile, gone surety at the Exchequer for the farmer of the manor of Boughton Aluph in Kent, a county where he also executed one royal commission at this time. His main connexions were, however,

    DABRICHECOURT, Sir John (d.1415), of Markeaton, Derbys.

    pension from the Exchequer, King Henry granted him for life the two Kentish manors of Maplehurst and Merdale (in Boughton Aluph) and the manor of Cottesmore in Rutland, which together were said to produce at least £51 p.a. Moreover, in

  • * British History Online *

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    Volume 252, January 2-May 27, 1725, 02 January 1725-27 May 1725

    consent in the Court of Exchequer that the English information be dismissed. The lands mentioned are a farm in Boughton Aluph in Kent, Certain woodlands in Kent containing about 236 acres, and the reversion of Socum Farm, the parsonage farm,

    Index, B, 01 January 1720-31 December 1728

    Botting , Bridget, wife of Wm. Botting, of Nuthurst, Sussex; ccxlix. 5. Boucher , Samuel, petition of; ccliii. 76. Boughton Aluph , co. Kent; cclii. 51. Boughton , Mr. Jessop, secretary to the Board of Customs, Scotland; ccxlvi. 66. Bounty

    Index, B, 01 January 1709-31 December 1709

    Ireland, 463. Boughton , , an attorney, 402. -, Jessop, Customs officer sent to instruct officers in Scotland, 59. Boughton Aluph , co. Kent, lands in, seized for debt, 423. Boughton Wood , co. Ke nt, 423. Bouhereau . See

    Index, B, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    557 (f. 69). Bouchier. See Bourchier. Boucler. See Bucler. Boucley. See Bulkeley. Boughton , Norf., i. g. 465 (9). Boughton Aluph (Bocton Aluph) , knt., i. g. 465 (37, 43). Boughton hundred , Kent, i. 1334. Boughton (Bowton) , Sir

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Thomas Jackson, 8/1/1612

    Forename Thomas Title Qualification BD University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 8/1/1612 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Boughton Aluph// OTHER INFORMATION Source LPL, Abbot's Register, vol. 1 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury Province 1611- 1633 Comment Patron

    Paul Dane, 26/2/1612

    Forename Paul Title Qualification lit. University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 26/2/1612 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Boughton Aluph// OTHER INFORMATION Source Willis, Canterbury (Licensing Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Abbot, George/Canterbury 1611- 1633 Comment f102vLicensed at Wye and

    charles chesholm, 20/8/1814

    chesholm Forename charles Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 20/8/1814 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location boughton aluph// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb, VC IA/9a/1-4 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manners Sutton, Charles/Canterbury Province 1805- 1828

    john billington, 17/3/1821

    billington Forename john Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Date 17/3/1821 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location boughton aluph// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb, VC IA/9a/1-4 (Bound Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Manners Sutton, Charles/Canterbury Province 1805- 1828

    Thomas Sprot, 5/10/1596

    Record ID: 82147 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Sprot Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 5/10/1596 Office/Status Vicar Location Boughton Aluph// OTHER INFORMATION Source CCA, DCb/V/V/5 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Archdeacon of Canterbury/Canterbury 0- 0 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pair of white gloves as a trophy of their superior skill. Score:-Canterbury, first innings, 71 ; second innings, 44. Boughton Aluph, firstinnings, 4. A very close, pleasant, and exciting gasne was played on Lord Bray- brooke's ground,.at Audley-End, between the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COUNTRY MARKETS. (Por London Reports sea next page.) __7_7__ Xl _ V _ 1& MARKET, Wednesday, May 28* market Zll._ _.).' Bnpp,y of Btore bullocks and aheap at __ _ BOMBER 0» STOcK AT MARKET FatNeatStock^l; Store ditto, ZSHfeW, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tAW INTELLIGENCE. Phipps t. Parker.- The Attorney-General stated that this was an action to recover a com- pensation from the defendant for falsely imput- ing an act to the plaintiff, which, if true, would re__atre the -forfeit of tvs Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Manning, to St. Leonard R., Colchester Rev. J. Newhara, to Meare V., Somersetshire. Rev. 6. S. Nottidge, to Boughton Aluph V., Kent. Rev. J. C. Parson, to Christ Church V. and Stansted Chapel. Rev. W. Price, to Blackbourton V., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. John Pbewer, farmer. On the 13th inst, at Ipswich, aged 74, Elizabeth Cuckow. On the 13th inst, at Boughton Aluph, near Ashford Kent, aged 88, Bridget, widow of James Grimmer) formerly of Beyton. On the 14th mst, in her Subscribers-only content

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