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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Wymondham

    Here was a cell of Burton Lazars in Leicestershire , to which great lazar-house William de Albini, some time before 1146, gave sixscore acres of land in Wymondham parish. Thereupon the hospital of Burton Lazars built a small hospital or

    Hospitals Burton Lazars

    lawsuit 32 Burton Lazars regained its rights. 33 St. Giles was retained by Burton Lazars until 1537, when it was exchanged for the manor of Burton Lazars , 34 In 1347 the then Master of Burton Lazars became also Preceptor

    House of Knights of St Lazarus The preceptory of Locko

    bull of 1255. The church of Spondon was granted by William de Ferrers about 1180, to the hospital of Burton Lazars in Leicestershire , a grant that was confirmed by both Henry II and John. 1 This hospital, founded in

    Hospitals Holy Innocents without Lincoln

    afflicted with leprosy. 20 The value of t he revenue in 1534 , when the hospital was parcel of Burton Lazars , was £30 13 s . 4 d . 21 It came to an end as a matter of

    Religious Houses Hospitals

    Burton Lazars , 1316 46 William de Werefeld, ?deputy, occurs ante 15 Feb. 1316 47 Richard de Leighton (B), occurs?; 48 occurs as Master of Burton Lazars , 1319 49 William de Aumenyl (B), occurs as Master of Burton Lazars

  • * British History Online *

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    Chantry Certificate, 1548, City of London

    given by John Burten, 5 6s 8d p.a. Of which, 7s taper; 4s quitrent to the late house of Burton Lazars; total deductions 11s. Clear remainder 4 15s 8d p.a. Paschal light: 2 p.a. rent from his manor of [Fulbrook

    Index, Q, R

    1015 (11). -, Roger, of the Chamber, 1191: g. 775 (13), 776 (3), 1015 (38). -, Thos., master of Burton Lazars, g. 226 (26). Rauffe , Sir, chaplain. See Taylor, Ralph. Rawleigh or Rawley, Ant., of Fernynghoo, 1257 x. -,

    Appendix, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    with Henry's letter to James in Vol. X., No. 1111. No. 44 is noticed in Vol. XI., No. 112. Burton Lazars. See Part I., No. 875. See Part I., No. 1163. Blank. See Part II., Nos. 256, 285, 576. Though

    Entry Book, May 1672, 01 May 1672-31 May 1672

    Marsh land (called Marshland) in the parish of St. Giles in the Fields, formerly part of the possessions of Burton Lazars, formerly in the possession of George Hutton, and now or late in the possession of John Walgrave, and demised

    Henry VIII, October 1524, 21-25, 01 October 1524-31 October 1524

    . For THOS. NORTON, master of the hospitals of Burton Lazars and St. Giles-in-the-Fields, London. Grant of lands in Feltham, Middx., in recompense for certain other lands taken by Henry VII. for the enlargement of Hanworth park. Westm., 21 Oct.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BELLERS, John, of 'Sixtenby' (?Sysonby), Leics.

    in 1411 or later - John probably also came into possession of the family manors at Ab Kettleby and Burton Lazars, for these were to be held in the mid 15th century by his own son, John.[footnote]Always overshadowed by his

    BERKELEY, Sir Laurence (d.1458), of Coston and Wymondham, Leics.

    In 1404 Berkeley’s father settled on him and his wife certain of the family lands at Barrow-upon-Soar, Quorndon and Burton Lazars. He was to inherit the principal Berkeley manors elsewhere in Leicestershire and in Huntingdonshire on Sir John’s death about

    BERKELEY, Sir John II (d.c.1415), of Coston and Wymondham, Leics.

    of his son Laurence, Sir John had settled on the young couple ten messuages and other property at Barrow, Burton Lazars and Quorndon. A year later, with his own wife, Isabel, he obtained a licence from Bishop Repingdon of Lincoln

    CURSON, John (d.1405), of Kedleston, Derbys.

    to a chaplain named Geoffrey Chaddesden who was involved in a dispute over the mastership of the hospital of Burton Lazars in Leicestershire, and he consequently played a significant part in the ensuing settlement by arbitration. His precise relationship with

    LEE (LEGH, LEIGH), Thomas I (by 1511-45), of London.

    Buryan’s chapel, Cornwall, and in the following March he received the reversion to the mastership of the hospital of Burton Lazars, Leicestershire. The 3rd Duke of Norfolk, as founder, opposed this grant on the formal ground that Lee was disqualified

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the watch-case. My eldest son lent it to the deceased, to whoe I gave it last Sunday week near Burton Lazars. I met him on the roaldby appointment. "J H." is stamped in two placeson e case of the watch. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    February 19, Clipsham Vil'ge; Tuesday, 20, Laund Abbey; Wednesday, 21, Witham-on-the- Hill; Thursday, 22, Corby Bircheoln ; Saturday, 24, Burton Lazars, at 11. COTSwoV D.-T'rs day, February 1, West Downs; Wednes- day. 21, Ucklngton Village; Saturday, 24, Andoversford, at 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday, 24. Charlton Town End, at 11. 0Drrc._oionE.-This day, February 21, Withamnon-the-Ifill! Thxlrsday, 22, Corby Bircholm ; Saturday, 24, Burton Lazars, at I. 'CorTSwoD.-Thla day..February 21, Uekingtoeh Village ; Satur. day, 24, Andovernford, at 11. COTSWOLD (Nosrn).- Saturday, February 24, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, February 24, Hullavington, at 11. BloEsTran-Tlhl day, February 24, Charlton Town End, at 11. CoTrTsuons,-This day, February 24, Burton Lazars, at i1. CorswoLD.-.This day, February 24, Andoversford, at 11. COTSWOLD (Nonrn).-.This day, February 24, Spring Hill Lodges, at 11. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on his retirement trom .ie see of 'Winch-ster. The Rev. Gilbert S. Karney, vicar of rr'toni 'v bray with Burton Lazars and Freeby, lins af c.Ttet ,e vicarage of St. John the Evanrelist, I'addingc,-n. ir. Karney was formerly secretary of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Gulielmus Hall, 22/12/1679

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 250244 Linked to person: Hall, William 1679-1679 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hall Forename Gulielmus Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 22/12/1679 Office/Status Curate Clerical

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