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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Canons Ashby

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Canons Ashby 12. THE PRIORY OF CANONS ASHBY A priory of Austin canons dedicated to the honour of the Blessed Virgin was founded here in the reign of Henry II . by Stephen

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Catesby

    Catesby and Canons Ashby . On 21 March, 1389 , Dr. Walter Gibbes , as commissary-general of the archbishop of Canterbury , in the course of his visitation of Lincoln diocese came to the priory of Canons Ashby , and

    Parishes Thurleigh

    held ten knights' fees of Walter de Wahull in this county in 1166 , is probably his son. 6 Canons Ashby Priory was founded by his son, Stephen La Leye (probably in the reign of Henry II ), 7 whose

    Parishes Podington and Hinwick

    in extents of 1399, 1407, 1464-5 , 1484 and 1501, after which no further mention has been found. 84 Canons Ashby Priory, which was founded by Stephen la Leye, lord of Podington and other manors, in the reign of Henry

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Chalcombe

    Paul. The foundation charter is witnessed by Walkelin, abbot of St. James , Northampton , and Alexander, prior of Canons Ashby , both of the same order, among others. 1 There is no known register or chartulary of this priory

  • * British History Online * *

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    Sir Drue, of Riddlesworth, co. Norfolk, attempts to reconcile Earl and Countess of Cumberland, 110. Dryden , Erasmus, of Canons Ashby, co. Northants, petition to Privy Council, 203. Dryholme , Cumberland, 213. Dublin , Ireland, 83, 88. Duchy House ,

    Entry Book, February 1661, 16-28, 01 February 1661-28 February 1661

    office of bailiff and collector of rents and farms of the late priories of Chalcombe, Catesby [Abbey ] , Canons Ashby, Fineshade, Stamford and St. Andrew, the late monastry of Coventry, et al ., in the county of Northampton. Ibid

    Charles I - volume 335, November 1-17, 1636, 01 November 1636-17 November 1636

    at Amesbury, and the Earl of Hertford is gone to Netley to winter. [2 pp . ] Nov. 16. Canons Ashby. 65. Sir John Dryden, late Sheriff of co. Northampton, to Charles Cockayne, at Rushden. Concerning the message that Cockayne's Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, January 1646, 01 January 1646-31 January 1646

    Rectory and Glapthorn tithes to the ministers, this may be settled in trust on Sir John Dryden, Bart., of Canons Ashby, Sir Gilbert Pickering, Bart., of Titchmarsh, Sir Edw. Nicolls, of Faxton, Bart., and 10 others named, especially John Norton, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1538 26-30, 01 September 1538-30 September 1538

    .; a suit of vestments of cloth of silver with "flowredeluces" and angels worked in it which belonged to Canons Ashby , delivered to Thos. Typladye, of London, broderer, in payment of a debt of the said priory, 30 l

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COPE, George (c.1534-72), of Canons Ashby and Eydon, Northants.

    (c.1534-72), of Canons Ashby and Eydon, Northants. Constituency Dates Ludgershall 1563 Biography Cope was a minor Northamptonshire gentleman whose short life left little impression on the known records. About 1555 he and his father sold the manor of Southfalley, Berkshire.

    COPE, John (by 1513-58), of Canons Ashby, Northants.

    1513-58), of Canons Ashby, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1547 Ofifces Held Escheator, Northants. and Rutland 1540-1; j.p. Northants. 1543-d.; sheriff 1545-6; commr. relief 1550, goods of churches and fraternities 1553. Biography John Cope did not follow the traditional calling of

    THROCKMORTON, Job (c.1545-1601), of Haseley, Warws.; later of Canons Ashby, Northants.

    Haseley, Warws.; later of Canons Ashby, Northants. Constituency Dates East Retford 1572 Warwick 1586 Biography A puritan, like his father and his uncle Sir Nicholas, Throckmorton had none of their reservations about supporting puritan measures in the Commons, nor would

    FRANCKLYN, Sir William (c.1635-91), of Mavorn, Bolnhurst, Beds.

    Beds. 1689-d. Ofifces Held Col. of ft. [I] Feb.-July 1689. Biography Francklyn’s ancestors had held Mavorn as tenants of Canons Ashby priory and bought the manor soon after the dissolution of the monasteries, but appear to have cherished neither social

    HARBY, Edward (c.1633-89), of Adstone, Northants.

    shire to the Convention, he probably never took his seat, dying on 8 May 1689, aged 56. He was buried at Canons Ashby. No later member of the family was elected to Parliament, and his son sold Adstone in 1720.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tysseen, Esq. Foulden; Sir J. P. Boileau, Bart Ketteringhber; R. Feilowes, Esq. Shottisbam. Northamptonbhire-sir H. E. L. Dryden, Bart. Canons Ashby; I, J. Bleteocwe, Esq. Marstan, St Lawrence; Sir A. B. de C. Broke, Bart. Great Oakley Northumberland-W. Cuthbert, REq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rots. Lieut, GeneralJohn Meade, and youngestdaugliter of tle late Hion. Edward and Lady Arabella Shard-Os the 22nd ult., at Canons Ashby, Northamptonshire, Dame Elizabeth Dryden, widow of the late Rev. Sir Henry Dryden, Bart.-On the 28tht Ult., at his residence, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    overlooked, and which possess real interest and character. One of them belongs to the series which Malone found at Canons Ashby, but it was not in the collection when that search was made. It is addressed to William Walsh of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Quorn, end Lord Coventry's Hounds-lsat prize, A1., Mio E. L. Davey, Radford Manor House ; 2nd, 46., Samuel Gale, Canons Ashby. CLAot 41-For thle beat Hunter, 4 years old and upwards (to be jbrnued on the ground1. No licensed bores Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lVarvwickshire, North *Varwvickshirc, Atherstone, I'ytchley, Bicester, Qisorn, Duke of Grafton's, or Mr. Tailby's Hounds--1it prize. £15., Mr. Samuel G:ale, Canons Ashby; brown gelding, 7 years old, Monarch, by Lovett; 2nd, £3., Mr. j. E. Parsons, Charwelton; bay, 5 years old, Subscribers-only content

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