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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wistow

    included most of the former civil parish of Newton Harcourt which is a chapelry of Wistow . 1 The area of Wistow alone was about 910 a. The history of Newton Harcourt is treated separately in this article. The parish

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    , Anne, John de (fl. 1240), John de (fl. 1381), John (fl. 1545), John (d. 1670), Rob., Wm., fam., Newton Harcourt , agric., boundaries, bridges, canal, chant., char., ch., houses, ind., local govt., man., man.-ho., mills, non- conf., poor relief,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    POULTNEY, Sir John (c.1352-1428), of Poultney, Leics. and Shenley, Herts.

    youth, but such was his financial expertise that within a few years he was able to purchase land in Newton Harcourt, Misterton and Walcote (also in Leicestershire), together with the manors of Ditton Camoys (Cambridgeshire), Shenley (Hertfordshire), Poplar (Middlesex) and

    BLAKET, John (d.1430), of Icomb, Glos. and Noseley, Leics.

    and his wife Joyce, kinswoman and heir of Bishop Martival of Salisbury). Her inheritance included the manors of Noseley, Newton Harcourt, Gilmorton and Humberstone, which in 1402 were entailed on the Blakets and their issue, with remainder to Margaret’s three

    MAUREWARD, Sir Thomas (c.1358-1424), of Goadby Marwood, Leics.

    of Weldon, Sir John Ardern of Cheshire, (Sir) Richard Vernon* of Haddon (the future Speaker) and John Blaket* of Newton Harcourt. His trusteeship of property on behalf of Alice, widow of Sir Thomas Stafford†, brought him into contact with her

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the new boroughl, in the union of W Blehy, or in the purishes of Great G~lean, Wiatow, and lit Newton Harcourt. The second will he named the an Loisghborougts Division, and will contain a population of 47,880, made up f Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Buildings. To treat and for cards to view apply to MIessrs. IsuGE and bIAD.A, Lich- field. I EICESTERSHIRE.-To Let, Newton Harcourt L.A Manor House, situate l1 miles from Glenn Station, 6 fromn Leicester, in the centre of first- class hunting. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m~sm- t Greenwood.- June 25, aged 22, Mr. Thomas Greenwood Roundhill Place, Bradford. Halford.- June 21, aged 02, at Newton Harcourt, Barbara widow of Sir Henry Halford, Bart., late of Wistow, Leices- tershire. Wioney.- June 23, aged 56, Thomas Jennings Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cuckoo there. I may add that a rose tree nearly covers the entrance to the tin. - W. Whjtaker (Newton Harcourt, near Leicester). QUAIL IN SHROPSHIRE. On June 9th I heard a quail calling within a mile of Whitchurch, Shropshire, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    m. Halstead Grammar School ; s. archdeacon- ries of Colchester and Essex. Rev. John Frederick Halford, v. Wistow, with Newton Harcourt, Leicestershire ; p. c. Kilby. Rev. R. M. Hawkins ; c. All Saints, Leyton, Essex. Rev. T. C. Henley Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    Pap. Mrs. Anne Fortescue, Husband's Bosworth. [Ralph ] Skipwith, South Marfield. Earl of Westmoreland, Pickwell and Leithorpe. Mr. Chamberlain, Newton Harcourt. [Jas. ] Filkes, Evington. Sir Thos. Cotton, Theddingworth. Sir Rich. Halford, Wistow. Sir Lewis Watson, Garthorpe and Easton. Sir Subscribers-only content

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