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    Parishes Crutch

    the king, he sold it in 1538 6 to Robert Acton and his son Charles . It passed with Elmley Lovett to the four daughters and co-heirs of Sir John Acton , Elizabeth wife of Henry Townsend , Anne wife Victoria County History

    Parishes Elmley Lovett

    Parishes Elmley LovettELMLEY LOVETT AElmeleia (xi cent.); Almelega Ricardi de Portes (xii cent.); Amelegh, Aumleye Lovet, Auneleg (xiii cent.). The parish of Elmley Lovett , situated 5 miles north-west of Droitwich , has an area of 2,365 acres, which Victoria County History

    Parishes Hampton Lovett

    d. Testa de Nevill (Rec. Com.), 40. De Banco R. 423, m. 400. For pedigree of the Lovetts see Elmley Lovett , p. 108. De Banco R. 423, m. 400; Feet of F. Worcs. 41 Hen. III, no. 3; Cal. Victoria County History

    Parishes Bayton

    by Henry Lovett of Elmley Lovett , after whose death it was claimed as dower in 1260 -1 58 by his widow Joan and Robert Stocumbe, then her husband. 59 Tymberlake then passed with Elmley Lovett 60 to Henry's grandson Victoria County History

    Parishes Cotheridge

    Elmley Lovett , reserving to himself a rent of £20 from them. 24 In 1537-8 Robert Acton as tenant of the manor received pardon for acquiring it without licence. 25 The manor then followed the descent of Elmley Lovett 26 Victoria County History

    Parishes Abberley

    twenty days whenever there should be war in Wales . 8 It followed the descent of the overlordship of Elmley Lovett to Alice de Toeni, wife of Guy Beauchamp, Earl of Warwick , 9 and then passed with Elmley Castle Victoria County History

    Parishes Hadzor

    century. 16 The overlordship passed from the Toenis to the Beauchamps 17 in the same way as that of Elmley Lovett , but lapsed in the middle of the 14th century, when the tenancy of the manor was acquired by Victoria County History

    Parishes Rushock

    Commissioners, 1878 and 1894. The trust property consists of 4 a. 2 r. 30 p. at Cutnall Green in Elmley Lovett let at £20 a year, and a rent-charge of £5 10 s . issuing out of Lowbridge Farm in Victoria County History

    Parishes Shelsley Beauchamp

    Toeni by Walter, and had been formerly in the hands of Wulfmar. 4 The overlordship descended with that of Elmley Lovett 5 to the Beauchamps , 6 and the manor was held of the honour of Elmley Castle until 1611, Victoria County History

    Parishes Shrawley

    Beauchamp held a fee in Shrawley of Ralph de Toeni. 8 Ralph's interest passed with the overlord ship of Elmley Lovett to the Beauchamps , 9 and thus lapsed. The Beauchamps , afterwards Earls of Warwick , continued as overlords Victoria County History

    Parishes Great Witley

    and previously held as two manors by Wulfmar and Ulfcytel. 38 The overlordship of this estate followed that of Elmley Lovett to the Beauchamps , 39 Redmarley Oliver being held of the honour of Elmley Castle as late as 1698. Victoria County History

    The city of Worcester City churches and advowsons

    though Sir Andrew Corbett made a conveyance of it in 1574 , 35 it seems to have descended with Elmley Lovett in the Acton family until 1619, when Sir John Acton sold it to Robert Berkeley . 36 It was Victoria County History

    Parishes Hartlebury

    the rectory was valued at £30. 140 At this time the rector of Hartlebury received from the rectory of Elmley Lovett 20 s . 6 d . and from the rectory of Doverdale 2 s . 141 The rector of Victoria County History

    Parishes North Luffenham Zouche. Azure bezanty . Digby . Azure a fleur de lis argent . Bassett of North Luffenham . Or three piles gules and a quarter argent with three bars wavy azure therein . Noel. Or fretty gules with a quarter ermine . Heathcote-Drummond - Willoughby , Earl of Ancaster . Or fretty azure, for Willoughby , quartering or three bars wavy gules, for Drummond , and ermine three roundels vert each charged with a cross or, for Heathcote .

    Luffenham known as BASSETTS MANOR , part, apparently, of the Lovet Fee, 58 the head of which was at Elmley Lovett (co. Worc.) and was held of the Earls of Warwick . 59 A third of a knight's fee was Victoria County History

    Parishes Eastham

    at Eastham and Bastwood, which Eadric had previously held as two manors. 16 The overlordship passed with that of Elmley Lovett 17 to the Earls of Warwick , and became part of their honour of Elmley Castle , of which Victoria County History

    Parishes Cold Aston

    In 1538 the Crown sold the manor to (Sir) Robert Acton 163 (d. 1558), whose younger son Charles, of Elmley Lovett (Worcs.), 164 sold it to William Rogers in 1590 . From William (d. 1593) the farm passed with Dowdeswell Victoria County History

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    vicar of Cold Aston , 19 Elmbridge : Adam of, 193 Steph. of, 193 Elmbridge Court , see Hucclecote Elmley Lovett (Worcs.), 13 Elwell , see Withington Elwes : Eliz., see Raleigh Hen., 265, 267, 271 Hen. John, 250, 252, Victoria County History

    ACTON, John (c.1578-1621), of Elmley Lovett, nr. Droitwich, Worcs.

    (c.1578-1621), of Elmley Lovett, nr. Droitwich, Worcs. Constituency Dates Droitwich 1597 Biography Acton was returned for his local borough while still a minor. The only reference to him in the surviving records of the House is on 13 Jan. 1598, History of Parliament

    ACTON, Robert (by 1497-1558), of Elmley Lovett and Ribbesford, Worcs. and Southwark, Surr.

    1497-1558), of Elmley Lovett and Ribbesford, Worcs. and Southwark, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 1529 Southwark 1539 Southwark 1542 Ofifces Held Groom of the chamber 1518, page 1526, gent. usher 1528; bailiff, Pembridge, Herefs. 1518, Walsall, Staffs. 1524; King’s saddler Sept. History of Parliament

    BLOUNT, Walter II (by 1506-61), of Glasshampton in Astley, Worcs.

    but it is more likely to have been the Worcestershire man who took a 21-year lease of agistment in Elmley Lovett park in 1525, and certainly he was appointed to hold an inquisition post mortem in 1532 with Thomas Acton, History of Parliament

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