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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CORNWALL, Sir Richard (by 1480-1533), of Berrington, Herefs.

    Sheriff, Herefs. 1506-7, 1519-20, 1526-7; one of King’s spears by 1510; steward, lordships of Eardisland, Fencote, Mansell Lacy, Orleton and Pembridge, Herefs. June 1510-d., lordships of Clifford and Winforton, Herefs. and Glasbury, Rad. June 1513-d., Hereford in 1526; commr. subsidy,

    ABRAHALL, John (at least 1389-d.1443), of Dewchurch and 'Gillow' in Archenfield, Herefs.

    property at Peterstow, Netherton, Ross, ‘Bishopsland’ and elsewhere in Archenfield, the advowsons of Tretire and Michaelchurch, and holdings at Mansell Lacy and in Hereford. In addition he owned the manors of ‘Evorston’ and Caer Caradoc in Shropshire and lands in

    SKYDEMORE, John (d.1434/5), of Kentchurch, Herefs.

    1401, again as a King’s esquire, he was granted an annuity of 20 marks from the Mortimer manor of Mansell Lacy (then in royal hands), and two days later he received for life the stewardship of Kidwelly, the most important

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1535-31 July 1535

    App. 1179 (p. 477). -, -, letters from, 230, 249. -, stewardship of, 230, 275, 349. Malmeshillacy . See Mansell Lacy. Malmoe , in Scania (now in Sweden), called "Elbow" by the English and "Ellenbogen" by the Dutch, 913, 1110.

    Entry Book, March 1679, 1-10, 01 March 1679-31 March 1679

    of Amberley, William Collier of the same place, John Haines of Bodenham, Peter Young of Luston, James Ecclee of Mansell Lacy. Co. Huntingdon . Robert Chamberlane of Offord Cluny, husbandman, Tobias Hardmeat of St. Ives, chandler, John Offley, senr., of

    Index, M, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    601 (4). Manning , John, 480 ii. Manningford - Bruce (Manyngfordebruse), Wilts, 66. Mansell (Malmshill), Heref., g. 196 (13). Mansell Lacy (Malmishillacy), Heref., g. 1383 (6). Mansell . See Maunsell. Manser , Thos., 299 ii. Mantua , 156, 234, 261,

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 September 1680-31 December 1681

    Manners , John, Earl of Rutland Mannheim Mansel , Sir Edward, of Middlescombe Mansell , (Mansel), Colonel Mr. Roderick Mansell Lacy , Herefordshire Mansfield , Major, Thomas of the Coldstream Regiment Manwaring , Alderman Captain, of the Portsmouth garrison Captain Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    son, 568 (p. 226). -, John, brother of Sir Edw., 568, 853. -, Lancelot, App. 1 (2). Madmyshillacye. See Mansell, Lacy. Madoke , John, 1495. Madrid , treaty of, (A.D. 1526), 7 (pp. 4, 5), 147 (p. 63), 184. Madynkell.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stoker, Williaam New- man k3l), labourer, and George Newman (28), labourer, were indicted for night-poaching on December 20, at Mansell Lacy, and with assaulting Henry Warrington, a police-conscable. 2dr. A. G. James prosecuted ; 'Mr. tiranstoun defended Deen and Lewis, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Lord Bishop of Hereford has instituted the Rev Kichard Lane Freer, of Christ Church, to the vicarage oi Mansell Lacy, Herefordshire THE CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ADDRESS. TO IHI- EDITO-t OF TUE MORN. No . o»T Sir- In the Standard of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    111 •• -nf.iriable home: good needie- -1 1 ' .'.'■ "* !•' hniond preferred; no registries. (»| '? '.'___l'__i--'. Mansell Lacy. Herefordshire. _ < ATloXi us NI'RSE : experienced with young ■ t..,... m p ; a ... _-, . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    death of Ins mother, ho c<>mu>unica>ed with Supt. Checketts, and on the 18 h April went wiih him to Mansell Lacy, in Herefordshire, wheie the prisoner wns lodging, and in boxes belonging to her he found some tea, sugar, tea Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SAD DEATH AT ALDERSHOT. An inquiry was held on Monday, by Mr. Roumier, At Ash. Surrey, touching the death of a woman whose dead body was found on the previous Thursday after- noon on the Fox Hills. Up to Subscribers-only content

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