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  • * British History Online * *

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    Court of. Ecclesiastical Commission. See High Commission, Court of. Ecclesiastical livings in Spain , 146. Edale (Eydall, Edoll) in High Peak [Derbyshire ] , the "vaccary" there sold, 395. Edderston. See Edgerston. Edenburg. See Edinburgh. Edenburght. See Edinburgh. Edenhall [Cumberland

    Charles I - volume 524, June 1626, 01 June 1626-30 June 1626

    of Carew in Pembrokeshire. Francis Tunstead hath a pension of 50 l . per annum as bow-bearer in the High Peak and keeper of the moor game, but being behind a whole year prays the King's order for payment and Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, December 1607, 16-30, 16 December 1607-31 December 1607

    the Earl of Salisbury. 1607, Dec. 31. Thanks him for letting him buy the "vaccary" in Edoll [Eydall in High Peak, Derbyshire ] . Discusses conditions of the tenure. Thanks him for his favour for his cousin Talbot's licence. Sheffield

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 3, March 1559, 01 March 1559-31 March 1559

    iii. Certificate for the hundreds of Skarresdale and Appletree . 21. iv. Certificate for the wapentakes of Wyrksworth and High Peak . March 9. Exeter. 22. Commrs. of musters for Devonshire to the Council. Delay in receiving the letters and Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 133, December 1579, 01 December 1579-31 December 1579

    Sir Fr. Walsyngham. For renewal and extension of his lease of the herbage of Crokehill, within the lordship of High Peak, co. Derby. 30. Petition of six poor men of the Queen's kitchen to same. Requesting him to consult with Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POLE, Sir John de la (d.c.1397), of Hartington, Derbys. and Alstonfield, Staffs.

    the duchy of Lancaster lordship of the High Peak 14 Nov. 1379-aft. 5 Feb. 1382; surveyor of the lordship and chase of the High Peak 15 Sept. 1380; steward of the High Peak 20 Sept. 1382-91. Ofifces Held Assessor of

    LECHE, Sir Philip (d.1420), of Chatsworth, Derbys.

    Derbyshire Apr. 1414 Ofifces Held Steward of the duchy of Lancaster lordship of the High Peak, Derbys. c. Nov. 1416-d.; master forester of the High Peak c. Nov. 1416-d. Ofifces Held Keeper of Horston castle, Derbys. 28 Jan. 1419-d. Ofifces

    STAVELEY, Sir Ralph (c.1362-c.1420), of Staveley, Cheshire.

    at Eckington). Ofifces Held Steward, bailiff and master forester of the High Peak in the duchy of Lancaster, Derbys. and constable of the castle of the High Peak 3 Sept. 1403-15 Feb. 1420. Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. Feb. 1404-Feb. 1407.

    WENSLEY, Sir Thomas (d.1403), of Wensley, Derbys.

    a grant for life of land worth £24 a year in the High Peak, and within the next few months three lucrative stewardships (of Macclesfield, the High Peak and Chesterfield) were in his hands. In August 1401 he was summoned

    MEVERELL, Francis (1514/15-64), of Throwley, Staffs.

    Held J.p. Staffs. 1543-54; sheriff 1547-8; commr. relief 1550; forester, High Peak, Derbys. by 1562. Biography In 1523 Francis Meverell’s wardship and marriage were sold by his father to Humphrey Bowland with a view to his marrying whichever of Bowland’s

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary in the Peak

    OF ST . MARY IN THE PEAK In the High Peak , about half way between the villages of Hope and Castleton , by the roadside, stood a spital house or hospital, dedicated to the honour of St. Mary ,

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Merevale

    and profits of the stock £15. At Croxden in temporalities £12. At Chelmorton (Selmardon), in the deanery of the High Peak , 1 carucate 12 s . and profits of the stock £3 10 s . in other temporalities. The

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    High Peak for a like period. The plea for this exception was the debt and other misfortunes that were overwhelming the house. On a further petition in the same year they obtained the royal sanction to lease their High Peak

    Townships Westleigh

    His son William Edward Marsh , esq., of High Peak , Kenyon , died in 1904 , when he was succeeded by his brother, Mr. Richard Thomas Marsh of High Peak , the present owner. 80 The Hoghtons' pourparty descended

    Tunstall TUNSTALL c. 1960

    held by different tenants. This custom was possibly borrowed from the similar practice in the lead mines of the High Peak . 588 Within Tunstall township there were coal and ironstone mines on the Furlong (later Greenfield ) estate by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oanly aenusement of bull-baiting, soel- queatly advocated by the late Mr. Windham, forms so attractive an amusement in the High Peak of Derbyshire, as to be carried on nder municipal patronage; and it is well worthy of record, that during Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it was to provide for the dinners of the itifte- rant Preachers In the Wesleyan Connection wlso attend the High Peak C~ircuit, pitt ~ake leg of MssttOn into the oven for the occasion; when affr her absence for a few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having omitted his place of residence in the notice. DERBY (NoaTH).-The Derby Tory paper alleges that the registration for High Peak Hundred has been favourable to the Tory party, and that they have been able to sustain 165 objections, while Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    butter, eggs, and greens. W. Gant, Castleacre, Norfolk, grocer and draper. T. Mathew, Coychurch, Glamorganshire, labourer. B. Watkinson, Castleston, High Peak, Derbyshire, draper. H. W. Tonmer, Reading, Berkshire, clerk to a timber merchant. R. Collins, Greenwich, painter and paper-hanger. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so much of the Leirester and Swannington Railway as lies in its course. From thence it will join the High Peak and Manchesterp Buxton, Mattock, and Midland Railways. 'The principle of this Railway is to obtain a direct through line Subscribers-only content


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