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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burrough on the Hill BURROUGH ON THE HILL 1607

    estate of 6 carucates had been alienated before the death of Philip Marmion to form the manor held by Kirby Bellars Priory. When Philip Marmion died in 1291 he possessed 3 carucates of land in Burrough , held as one

    Pickwell

    fell to the Crown, and in the same year was granted to Edward Chamberlayne . 78 Owston Abbey and Kirby Bellars Priory both owned small amounts of land in the parish. 79 ECONOMIC HISTORY. In 1086 there were 14 carucates

    Parishes added since 1892 Belgrave

    died in 1609 . 28 The religious houses of Leicester Abbey , Drax (Yorks.), Sulby ( Northants .), Gracedieu, Kirby Bellars , and Studley (Warws.) had all held land in Belgrave and these properties were acquired by the Wigstons. In

    General Index A - Z

    , Sir Wm ., 65 n . Kingston-upon-Hull (Yorks.), 40. Kirby , J. A., 248 n ; Sam., 253-4. Kirby Bellars , priory, 422. Kirby Muxloe par ., 300, 449. Kirk , John (fl. c . 1696), 182; John (fl.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MARKHAM, Thomas (by 1523-1607), of Ollerton, Notts. and Kirby Bellars, Leics.

    of Ollerton, Notts. and Kirby Bellars, Leics. Constituency Dates Nottingham Oct. 1553 Nottingham 1559 Ofifces Held Gent. waiter to 2nd Earl of Rutland by 1549; bailiff, manor of Mansfield, Notts. Nov. 1550, Clipston, Notts. 1568; keeper, Lyndhurst and Normanswood within

    MARKHAM, Thomas (by 1523-1607), of Ollerton, Notts. and Kirby Bellars, Leics.

    of Ollerton, Notts. and Kirby Bellars, Leics. Constituency Dates Nottingham Oct. 1553 Nottingham 1559 Ofifces Held Gent. waiter to 2nd Earl of Rutland by 1549; bailiff, manor of Mansfield, Notts. Nov. 1550, Clipston, Notts. 1568; keeper, Lyndhurst and Normanswood within

    BELLERS, James (d.1421), of Melton Mowbray and Somerby, Leics.

    which line Sir James and his sons James and John belonged, and a much wealthier cadet branch seated at Kirby Bellars, represented by Sir Roger Bellers† (d.1380), whose only child Margaret married Sir Robert Swillington.[footnote] Sir James Bellers’s first wife,

    DERBY, Thomas, of Gaddesby, Leics.

    Quenby, an associate of long standing, in purchasing a royal licence to grant the advowson of Twyford church to Kirby Bellars priory. It was probably on behalf of Bartholomew Brokesby* that he became involved in a conveyance of land at

    LEEK, William, of Screveton, Notts.

    estate of his own. It was in about 1385 that he settled her inheritance in Screveton, Car Colston and Kirby Bellars upon feoffees (including his brother, Sir John); and not long afterwards other property in Alverton came into their hands

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of persons and Places, J, K

    Kippax , co. York, 194. Kipton , co. Norfolk, 313. Kirby , co. York, 198; see also South Kirby. Kirby Bellars , Kirkby Bellowes, co. Leicester, 205. Kirby Knowle , Kirby Knoll, co. York, 202. Kirk (Kirke), , captain, loan

    Queen Elizabeth ? Volume 241, January 1592, 01 January 1592-31 January 1592

    notorious Papists and dangerous recusants in the household of, or in great account with, Lord Shrewsbury. Thomas Markham, of Kirby Bellars, his chief friend and secret councillor, whose wife is chief companion to the young Countess when she is in Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, December 1671, 01 December 1671-31 December 1671

    farm rents issuing out of the manor of Normanton and the dissolved monasteries of Old Neston [Olveston ] and Kirby Bellars, in cos. York, Leicester and Salop, to the value of 6 l . 9 s . 4 d. per

    Index, K, 01 January 1669-30 November 1672

    251. Kinward (Kingward). Thomas, King's master joiner, 259, 632, 898; loans to the Government, 862. Kirby . See Kirkby. Kirby Bellars (co. Leicester), 1161. -, Mallory (co. Leicester) 1285. Kirkby (Kirby, Kerby), George, Receiver of Durham, 1090, 1225. -, Richard,

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1591-31 December 1594

    troops transported from Kingston-on-Thames Kinnersley , Margery, examination of Wm., examinations of Kinsale , ships at, to, or from Kirby Bellars , resident at Kirby Green , co. Lincoln, lands in Kirkham , Robt., bond of Kirklington , co. York Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Dawson was presented to [ the aged CardinaL EcCESIAsTbCAL PREFER1METS AND AProYnnerrTS.- Rev. J. Cortmell, M.A.; vicar of Kirby Bellars, Leicestershire-patron, Sir F. Burdett, Bart. Rev. H. G. Cundy, D.D.; rector of Beeby, Leicester-patron, Mr. 5. Holyoak. Rev. George Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stone.' IFAILURE OF A LEIorsTERs mRM FEam.-SThe &St general meeting of the creditors of' Rsbert Christien, of Cossiagton and Kirby Bellars, farmer atd gier, was held at Leicester this week. The liabilities in this instance were estimated at 410,000. 'There Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he at the disposal of the Board in a consultative capacity. I OBTITI ALR Y. 'i-ajor cJohn [ea-k, of Kirby Bellars, near Mellon 3 3Iovbray, died a few- days ago. Ele was well known I in Voltusleer circles in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the afternoon, (Subject to cottti~iuaa ;) gall ale Valuable FttIMtHOLD Esr'r`E, called KIRBY Vari Iaad a ODG1L, situated it) Kirby Bellars, about two miles v are, and a halt(rom the pleaisanit tovn of Il eton M owbray afore- and oe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    n. o'clock in the aftertoon, (subject to conditions;) of A Valuable FREt.HOLD ESTATE, called KIRBY Id DODGE, situated in Kirby Bellars, about two miles anda half front the pleasant town of Mlelton Alowbray afore. aed sid, containing 95 Acres of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Grig Henson, 19/6/1724

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 18965 Linked to person: Henson, Gregory 1717-1759 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Henson Forename Grig Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 19/6/1724 Office/Status Curate Clerical

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