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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERLYNGTON, John (d.1408), of Yaxley, Hunts.

    property outright. Several years later, at the very end of the 14th century, Herlyngton bought the whole manor of Orton Waterville, together with the advowson of two chantries in the parish church, from the trustees of the Thorpe estates. He

    BEVILLE, Thomas II (d.c.1437), of Wood Walton, Hunts.

    His association with Roger Hunt*, John Botiller* and Robert Scott* arose through their joint trusteeship of the manor of Orton Waterville for the widowed Joan Herlyngton, and must also have helped to further his career. The Bevilles were, moreover, a

    BOTILLER, John, of Yelling, Hunts.

    the manor of Northill in Bedfordshire; and in 1409, Joan, the widow of John Herlyngton*, conveyed her manor of Orton Waterville to them and Scott in trust. It may well have been through Hunt that Botiller became associated with Reynold,

    HUNT, Roger, of Chawston, Beds. and Molesworth, Hunts.

    closely involved in each other’s affairs. Hunt and Botiller were both trustees of the late John Herlyngton’s* manor of Orton Waterville, which was settled upon them by his widow in 1409, and which still remained in Hunt’s hands almost 20

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, N, O, 01 April 1635-31 December 1635

    Kent Orme , Capt. George Ormond , co.? Ireland Ormskirk , co. Lancaster society of skinners and glovers of Orton Waterville , Hunts Osbitane [? ] , Mr., the King's Attorney for York Osborne or Osberne , Hugh his yeoman Subscribers-only content

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    34, 298, 466. Colonel Robert, ii. 663, 1352, 1368. governor of Kingston-upon-Hull, ii. 298, 466. Overton Waterville . See Orton Waterville. Oviatt (Oviat): Thomas, ii. 1381. mayor of Salisbury, ii. 678. Ovingham (Ovingsham), co. Northumberland, preaching minister for, i. 671.

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    Orston , Thomas, gentleman, of Southwell, 468, 863. Orton Longeville , Overton Longvile [co. Huntingdon ] , manor, 564. Orton Waterville , Overton Watervile [co. Huntingdon ] , 570. Orwell , William, gentleman, 686. Osbaldestone , Ossebaldeston, John, escheator in Subscribers-only content

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    455. Orton Longville , Overtonlongvylde, Hunts, manor and advowson, 937. Orton on the Hill , Overton, Leics, 904 (vii). Orton Waterville , Overtonwaterfeld, Hunts, 937. Orwell , William, 806. Orwell , Cambs, 461, 547. -, church, sermons in, 770 (vii). Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, W

    638. John, i. 1057; ii. 471, 668, 1073, 1373. Thomas, of Carraw, ii. 630, 637. Waterville , Orton. See Orton Waterville. Waterworth , Robert, i. 1136, 1237; ii. 299, 467. Watford [co. Hertford ] , i. 181, 289, 356. vicars

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Huntlev (Chairman), Lord George Gordon, J. M. Vipan, Esq., and P. 0. Sherard, Esq., Henry BrouJhton, aged fourteen, of Orton Waterville, was committed to Huntingdon gaol for six weeks' hard labour, for sketching animals and all sorts of absurd things Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indeed, claimed that the prac- tice had cured him of rheumatism. The Rev. John Mills, the octogenarian rector %t Orton Waterville, Hunts, who has just joined the nmajority, was an extraordinary mission worker, and in his l,ittle parish of 400 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gre-nCntioHle ltoDnoCae-count foedr ahigby adct Sitn okwots omn citya rge cosMrbreChsetnAwatoHdn, atrcity ofNwo tews etnWtr Yaiy OrtnohwieRidir L Of Orton Waterville, Overton otherws riot ogiie iton said]I g a Faroet, Standground, and. Wood tnor soeo hm nRidit sod the co'unty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I 1~OBJA Diect (to follow the Dunsandle), t11?° z cispper sttiP HINDOO, 500 tons register, is tbe° fritva t H. BENDIXENCommander. Load. I V, n D4aiPP coppe r freightorpa5Oags asply to JAMES clonado D~ gIliterkZqUare, agents or the original Subscribers-only content

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    horse from Thomas Evcritc, of Hamerton ; Charles Walker, aged 19, for stealing some cio_th9 from William Croft, of Orton Waterville ; George Alleburri and John Taylor, for stealing some sheep from Soniersham, were all capitally con- victed, and received Subscribers-only content

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