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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Holy Cross , Winchelsea

    Hospitals Holy Cross , Winchelsea 53. THE HOSPITAL OF THE HOLY CROSS , WINCHELSEA This hospital was originally founded in Old Winchelsea some time before 1252, in which year protection was granted to the brethren thereof. 1 When the old

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    licence to hold a fair at the chapel of the Holy Cross of Swainestrey, on the vigil and day of the feast of the Invention of the Holy Cross . The hospital was endowed with several small parcels of land

    Hospitals Holy Cross , Stratford-on-Avon

    Hospitals Holy Cross , Stratford-on-Avon 32. THE HOSPITAL OR GILD OF THE HOLY CROSS , STRATFORD-ON- AVON The manor of Stratford belonged to the bishops of Worcester from the days of Bishop Egwin to those of Edward VI . Licence

    Alien houses Priory of St Cross , Isle of Wight

    Holy Cross in the Isle of Wight to the abbey of Tiron, and again a bull of about the time of Pope Alexander III . confirmed to Stephen, abbot of Tiron, inter alia , the church of the Holy Cross

    Hospitals Woodstock

    Hospitals Woodstock 44. THE HOSPITAL OF HOLY CROSS , WOODSTOCK The House of Lepers of the Holy Cross outside Woodstock is only known from the grants of royal protection made to its brethren in 1231 and 1232. 1 45. THE

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 26 Henry VI (1447-8)

    church of S. Laurence in the Old Jewry, and to the Wardens of the Fraternity and Light of the Holy Cross called "Rodelight," and of the lights of S. Katherine and S. Anne in the said church, he leaves certain

    XIV, Charter regarding a gift of lands for providing lights in the church of Glasgow (1293)

    the burgh, that was held at Glasgow on Wednesday the day after the feast of the exaltation of the Holy Cross, in the year of grace one thousand two hundred and ninetythree, greeting in the Lord. Know ye that Odard

    Wills, 19 Richard II (1395-6)

    of the Preaching Friars, Friars Minors, Augustinian and Carmelite Friars, and for forty masses by the Friars of the Holy Cross. To Isabella his daughter, late wife of Gilbert Meldbourne, he leaves all his lands and tenements in the parishes

    Wills, 24 Henry VI (1445-6)

    and other observances in connexion with the tomb of Johanna, Countess of Ormond, 1 within the Chapel of the Holy Cross, in English called "the Roode of lukes," 2 in the church of S. Thomas aforesaid, in manner prescribed. His

    Index, H, 01 April 1599-28 February 1600

    from its name, 390. Hill , Mr., of Limehouse, 384. Hiltowne , co. Tipperary, 471. Holland ling , 12. Holy Cross , abbey of the, co. Tipperary, 21, 473, 487. , , rebel forces assemble at, 21. , , Tyrone Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    USK(E), John, of Warwick.

    was admitted to the guild of the Holy Cross at Stratford without paying an entry fee, after agreeing to supply the fraternity with eight pairs of rabbits every year.Egerton Roll 8773; Reg. Gild of Holy Cross, Stratford-upon-Avon ed. Bloom, 46.

    BATHE, Robert, of Taunton, Som.

    which they conveyed in 1397 to a group of feoffees, including Marchaunt, to the use of the fraternity of Holy Cross in the local church of St. Mary Magdalen in order to support a resident chantry chaplain. The Bathes, however,

    HYDE, Oliver (by 1520-66), of Abingdon, Berks.

    Ofifces Held Treasurer, guild of Our Lady and member, guild of the Holy Cross, Abingdon by 1548; constable 1548; principal burgess, c.1556, mayor 1561-2; gov. and dep. master, Christ’s Hospital 1553-d., collector 1554, 1563, treasurer 1554. Biography A younger son

    KEDWELLY, John, of Bridgwater, Som.

    the community. Kedwelly also occasionally acted as clerk for others: he kept a rental for the chantry of the Holy Cross, drew up title deeds for St. Mary’s chantry, and wrote a schedule for the earl of March’s receiver at

    MARCHAUNT, Richard, of Taunton, Som.

    who had enfeoffed him in 1397 in four messuages in the town, to the use of the fraternity of Holy Cross in St. Mary Magdalen church. Bathe’s failure to obtain a royal licence to affect what amounted to an alienation

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rhyddhau crefydd oddiwrth ormes y Llyw- a odraeth Wladol. Enw y gymdeithas ydyw, " The d Society of the Holy Cross." Yr arweinydd ydyw yr enwog A. H. Machonochie. Rhifai rai misoedd yn >1 ol 700. Drwg genym weled can' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cymdeithasau dirgelaidd yw yr eiddont, l a'u hamcan yw dinystrio pob trefni Gwylied al Lloegr. Map genymn ninau yr "Holy Cross M Society," &j., cymdeithasau dirgelaidd i ddin - yi ystrio Pro'estaniaeth ac adfer Pabyddiaeth. Gellirr D cael cmdeithasau dirgelaidd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of King's County, Wicklow, Roscommon, Carlow, Kerry, &c. There have also been numerous assemblages to petition at Cork, Thurles, Holy Cross, Ballycahill, Clonoulty, Carrick-or.Suir, Galway, Waterford, Belfast, Armagh, &c. The Peers have lighted a flame which they will do well Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reference to the establish- ment of a Main Trunk Line of Railway from Dublin to Cork, through Mountrath, Thurles, Holy Cross, Cashel, &c. The meeting was numerously and most respectably attended. The chair was taken by Mr Otway Cave, M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    founder was very significant of the alliance between Puseyite and Romish doctrine, being that of the Church of the Holy Cross. But the Bishop of Ripon, notwithstanding his timid cau- tion, positively objected to consecrate a church bearing that name; Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 06/1780

    the 29th day of June 1780 Names, Settlements, Taken from, Conveyd to, Magistrates, Ayloff Sarah Holy Cross Bristol House Colnbrook H Thomas Esqr Arnold Jane & 3 Child} Redbourne Herts Do Ridge Sr Jas Esdaile Kt Adams Eliz & Child}

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Gosnich Rowland, 13/5/1793

    Gosnich Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 13/5/1793 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Clerical Status Location Holy Cross// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/26 (Register 1791-7) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cornwallis, James/Coventry & Lichfield 1781- 1824 Comment

    Timothy Beddowe, 25/7/1663

    Subscription Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 45340 Linked to person: Beddowe, Timothy 1613-1613 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Beddowe Forename Timothy Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 25/7/1663 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location


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