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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Newbold-on-Avon

    minister and parish officers of Long Lawford £400, to apply yearly £10, part of the interest, in educating 10 children of the most deserving poor of Long Lawford in some school at Long Lawford , and to distribute the remainder

    Parishes Bilton

    , is about 11/2 miles south-west of Rugby on the Leamington road. Other roads lead from the village to Long Lawford , Dunchurch , and the main road from Dunchurch to Northampton , which itself crosses the south-east part of

    Parishes Harborough Magna

    to be distributed by the minister and churchwardens on Easter Monday; and also the rent of an estate in Long Lawford given for the repair of the church. Gilbert Thacker by will dated 23 October 1705 devized to the town

    Parishes Dunchurch and Thurlaston

    knighted and was Lord Mayor of London in 1558 -9, 66 was dealing with Dunchurch , Thurlaston , and Long Lawford manors. 67 Her younger son Sir William and his wife Frances (Harington) and son Francis conveyed the two first-named

  • * British History Online * *

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    Treasury Warrants, August 1716, 11-20, 11 August 1716-20 August 1716

    15 8 Harbrough 1 15 3 Cosford 1 12 2 Astley 1 8 10 Napton Supermonte 6 15 0 Long Lawford 1 14 9 Bedworth 1 3 10 Arley 1 13 3 Willoughby 3 1 2 Sow 2 4 9

    General Index, N, O, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Thomas, Independent, licence to William, Presbyterian, licences to house of, Nassington, Northants, licences to Oneley , widow, house of, Long Lawford, Warwickshire, licence to Onley , Nicholas, D.D., chaplain to the King, grant of prebend at Westminster to Opie , Subscribers-only content

    General Index, W, Y, Z, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    Nonco nformist ministers resided: Anstey, Atherstone, Austrey, Birmingham, Brandon, Burton, Copston Magna, Coventry, Fillongley, Great Coughton, Hartshill Kenilworth, Knightcot, Long Lawford, Mancetter, Merevale, Newnham Regis, Nuneaton, Rughy, Shiltington, Shilton, Southam, Stonleigh, Warwick, Weddington, Whittington, Withybrook, Wolney (Wolvey) Wash , the Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1716-31 December 1716

    for, 27. -, John, riding officer for the wool business at Brighton, dismissed, 174. Long Compton, co. Warwick, 400. Long Lawford , co. Warwick, 402. Longbottom , Richard, pension for, 231; royal bounty for, 51. Longbridge , Edmund, Deputy Comptroller


    Rugby; Shiltington; Southam; Stonleigh; Sutton Coldfield; Tanworth; Warwick; Weddington; Whitacre; Withybrook; Wolvey. Congregational. Birmingham; Coventry. Baptist. Atherstone; Brandon; Burton; Long Lawford; Nuneaton; Shilton; Whittington. WESTMORELAND. Presbyterian. Heversham; Kendal; Whinfell. Undefined. Kendal. WILTSHIRE. Presbyterian. Aldbourne; Bower Chalk; Bradford; Bromham; Calne; Castlecombe; Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WEBBE, William III, of Warwick Castle, Warws.

    Queen Catherine Parr with a Henry Webbe. If, as seems likely, William Webbe is to be distinguished from an obscure resident of Long Lawford, Warwickshire, who made his will in February 1559, nothing further has come to light about him.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Birmingham Rail- way, near the locomotive engine-house, Rugby station, to two men, Green and Cooby, labourers, residing at Long Lawford, employed on the works. A mud or ballast.engiae was blowing off its steam when the unfortunate men passed, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a fit and propor person to represent the division.-This was seconded by Mr. Edward College. -A working man from Long Lawford also spoke in .terms of praise of Colonel Caldecott's kindness to the poor.-Ir. David Hinton proposed an amendment to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    required for the separato expenditure of the different parishes, as follows :-Bilton, £1!0.; Brinklow, £10.; Crick, £40.; Hilimorton, £120.; Long Lawford, £32.; Clifton, nil.- -Mr. Barnuwll wrote accepting the offer of the Board to rent his meadow at Bilton for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EL. and costs, amounting to L4. 2s. l R.arx-The following poor-rates * were allowed:- iG-andborough. 6d.,; Rugbv, 7d. ; Long Lawford, lOd.* Harborough Magna, 7cL; S8tretton-on-Dunsmore, 7%,/2d. iCosford, 10d.; a3so Dunchurch highway rate, 3d. 3 BURSLEL. - Arrx1`t'D ScicmR.-Yesterday, David Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir Richard a Harington, Bart., Samuel Bornatein, money-lender, 14, 1 ie Church Street, Leamington, sued Frances Oliver, widowr, d Long Lawford, and Mark Thomas Oliver, carrier, of the c- same place, for £66., being balance due upon a promissory is Subscribers-only content

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