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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Tupholme

    original endowment consisted of the demesne at Tupholme and other smaller parcels of land; with the churches of Burreth, Middle Rasen , Market Stainton , Ranby , and Sturton . 15 The temporalities of the abbey in 1291 were assessed

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Drax

    in the neighbourhood. In addition the founder gave the parish church of Drax , the churches of. Bingley , Middle Rasen , and two others in Lincolnshire , and that of Saltby in Leicestershire . From other benefactors the priory

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D

    1259. Dawkins , Dr., 273. Dawnay , , 1337. Dawnye , Sir John. App. 11. Dawson (Dauson), , of Middle Rasen, 975 (fo. 8). -, Jas., 827, 842 (4), 972. Dawtry , Dawtrie, Dawtrey: -, Fras., 580. -, Sir John,

    Index of persons and Places, M

    regiments. Micklegate. See York city. Mickle Tosson , co. Northumberland, 414. Midburgh , co. Lancs., 178. Middleburg , 216. Middle Rasen , Middleraisen, co. Lincoln, 206. Middlesex , county of, fee farm rents in, sold, 311 2, 317; Receivers General

    Preface

    lead at Caistor, and among those who met him outside the town were the bailiffs of Louth and of Middle Rasen, a monk of Louth Park, a few of the country parsons, and a shoemaker of the name of Melton,

    Henry VIII, October 1536, 6-10, 06 October 1536-10 October 1536

    Castre called Castrefild were one Huddiswell, gent., Walter Redmere, of Fulstow town, Chas. Godande, of Kermounde, the bailiff of Middle Rasen, parson Skerne, a monk late of Lowthparke, a priest of Elkington, the parsons of Rothewell juxta Castre and Thurswey,

    Letters and Papers, Books of the Court of Augmentations, 01 July 1539-31 July 1539

    Roger Hunt. Tithes of Rethersthorp rectory, Ntht. St. James' beside Northampton . 28 July. Ric. Clerk, of Estrasen, Linc. Middle Rasen rectory. Tupholme . 7 July. 53 b . Edw. Forsett. Lands in Anderby, Linc. Markeby . 7 July. Thos.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POUGER, John (c.1381-1415), of West Rasen, Lincs.

    his inheritance within a matter of weeks. His Lincolnshire estates, which were centred upon the villages of West Rasen, Middle Rasen and Scalby bore a valuation of about £22 p.a.; the manor and lordship of Drax in east Yorkshire brought

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be allowed the expression) of the " Vale of Health.`-Herald. At Market Rasen, Mrs Priestley, widow, aged 101. At Middle Rasen, Mr W. Bennett, aged 91. Iu Hull, aged 91, Elizabeth, mother of the late Rev. E. Hare, Wesleyan minister. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of one of the roads in question. We allude to the turnpike road which rins through the parishes of Middle Rasen, West Rosen, and Kingerby, in Lincolnsh ire; the inhabitants of which have had indict. mnents prefered and found against Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    are managed is illustrated by a police case which I have before me. The Rev. A. Hughes, curate of Middle Rasen, charges Ann Wright, aged fourteen, "with stealing the sum of threepence, his property." It appears that Mr Hughes is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it as prominent a place as that given to the article of Mr Jerrold. I am, &c., A. HUMs&. Middle Rasen, 16th Sept., 1869. EDITORSHIP OF THE LONDON GAZETL' The only post connected with Journalism in England which Government has Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    state of one of the roads in question. We atlude lthtle turnpike road which rune through the parishes of Middle Rasen, West Rosen, and d Kingerby, in Liacoinshlre* the hislabitants of which have had d indietments preferred and found agalot Subscribers-only content

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