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  • * British History Online *

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    Warrant Book, August 1712, 26-31, 01 August 1712-31 August 1712

    of Crown Lands of the petition of James Jenkinson, surgeon, praying a new lease of a tenement in the Castle Close of Exeter, which was granted 13 Feb. 1687 8 to Roger Andrews, who assigned to petitioner. In the margin

    Entry Book, April 1684, 21-30, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    adjoining, called Castle Close or Bradninch, were all anciently leased together at 35 s. per an . but being purchased under the late usurpation were severed and improved and several houses built thereupon, especially upon the Castle Close" and have

    Entry Book, August 1691, 1-10, 01 August 1691-31 August 1691

    of Crown Lands ] of the petition of James Jenkinson for extension of term in a house in the Castle Close at Exeter. Reference Book VI, p. 333. Aug. 4. Treasury warrant to the Receipt to issue 40,000 l .

    Appendix III

    The like for John Hall, surviving executor of John Brook, tenant of a house which he built in the Castle Close at Exeter : that no grant pass thereof till he be heard. Ibid , p. 22. Mar. 10. The

    Entry Book, April 1691, 11-20, 01 April 1691-30 April 1691

    to Money XIII, pp. 405-6. Same to same for a same of seven tenements and an orchard in the Castle Close at Exeter, called Bradninch, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall ; in order to a lease thereof to John

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Yarm Darcy. Azure crusily with three cinqfoils argent .

    a gift of land to the hospital of St. Nicholas juxta castellarium . 18 In the 16th century the Castle Close was among the lands of the Friars Preachers, 19 who settled here before 1266. 20 After the surrender of

    Parishes Sharnbrook

    following place-names have been found in documents connected with this parish:-Carswellfielde, Sondewood, Temple Leys , Temple Corner (xvi cent.), Castle Close , Coffle End, Clipsey Spinney, Eyles Plantation, Naboth's Vineyard , Uttersfield Plantation (xx cent.). MANORS At the Survey of

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Pinley , Shortley, and Whitley

    existence by 1703 and was standing in an extensive par k in 1822 . 8 A close called the Castle Close was said in the 19th century to mark the site of the medieval house. 9 After the First World

    Index K-Z

    Junction Inn in; Hall Close in; Hall Yard in; Highcroft in; King's Holme Meadow in Moor End in; castle; Castle Close in; Castle Yard in; local government manorial; custom; manors and other estates; Moor End Farm in; suit of mill;

    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    site was known as Castle Yard , and in the 1830s it was noted that a recent tenant of Castle Close , in digging up the foundations of the castle, had recovered over 2,000 yards of stone. A few 'architectural

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of LAND, called the Upper Wsall Clese, - - . 3 3 37 ILot 19th. A CLOS1, called Barn Castle Close, .-. , . . s o 18s Lot 20th. A CLOSc,rcalled Old Quarry ... ... .. ., 1 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LAND, called I the Uppdr Wtall Close, ... 3... 6 G 37 t- Lot 19th. A CLOSE, called Barn Castle Close.. , . . , .501 it Lot 0t. A CLOSE, calct Old - id Qutarry. ...I... ... 1 2 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Other part thereof ca.le.Far ....r . :: 3 1 5 5 2 tO - Lot 2. Other part of Castle Close and Trannalres, as Pteked not, and fronting to the, mid highway...I...... 0 0 la Other part thereof called The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from Scotland to Windermere and the lakes. The heon. gentle- mean is the guest of Charles Wilson, Esq., of Castle Close. There will be no formal inauguration of Earl Granvillo o8 Lord Warden of the Cinquo Ports this autumn, as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tolsn S. Stowell, Faverdlele, Darlington. Rackneys and The ipoosWin. Flanders, Burnt Fen, btddhenhall, Stiffolh:; ait h irt George Higgins, Castle Close, Bedford; and Win. B. lire! ,y Turner, Ponsonby Hall, Caruforth. . dlu d a CA'ri'ai.-Shoithoriis-H. W. Beaurord, Sudboronirh be Subscribers-only content

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