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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Leonard , Chesterfield

    the repair of their chapel, 7 and two years later assigned to the hospital six acres of pasture in Peak Forest . 8 A grant was made by Henry III , in 1234 , to the lepers of St. Leonard

    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Welbeck

    was made to the church of Welbeck in 1250 of 5 acres and a rood of inclosure in the Peak Forest at 'Cruchill,' to be held by rendering 21 d . yearly at the Exchequer; also a grant of the

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    lands, by Robert Earl of Leicester and Count of Meulan; the tithes of the assarts or tilled lands within Peak Forest , by Will iam de Ferrers; the churches of Ossington , Notts, and Horsley , Derbyshire , and the

    The parish of Prescot Introduction, church and charities

    appointed rector of Tankersley in Yorks. Of Emmanuel Coll . Camb .; M.A. 1886. Mr. Mitchell was vicar of Peak Forest from 1875 till 1881, when he was presented to St. John 's, Pemberton . He was made rural dean

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, P, 01 January 1572-31 December 1582

    Christopher; 94. Sir William, of St. John; 17. Payne ; 205. Robert, letter of; 320. Peacock , ; 330. Peak Forest , the; 256. Pearsone ; 77. Pecock : ; 189. , information by; 174. Peeter , Robert; 140. Pelham

    Cecil Papers, May 1579, 01 May 1579-31 May 1579

    of these lewd persons, that refused so reasonable offers. The unjust complaints about parcel of the severalty of the Peak Forest, wherein the tenants claimed certain inheritance against her Majesty, whose only right the Earl defended, is now put into

    Index, T, U, V, 01 January 1619-30 June 1623

    Edw. Geo. Geo., jun. Tufton , Sir Nich. Tunbridge spa Tunis , pirates of Tunsted , Fras. Tunsted in Peak Forest Turbervill , Geo. Turin trade with Turkey Ambassador of, see Chiaus Ambassador to, see Eyre, Sir John; Roe, Sir Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 172, July 1584, 01 July 1584-31 July 1584

    26. Sheffield. 34. The Earl of Shrewsbury to same. Transactions relative to the Commission to be held in the Peak Forest. Complains of the conduct of his wife and his son Gilbert Talbot. His wife had removed from Chatsworth, and Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 180, July 1585, 01 July 1585-31 July 1585

    be enjoyed by her and her children. Her Majesty has not forgotten her promise for the leases of the Peak Forest and Ashford. July 12. 23. Lord Burghley to William Herlle. Thanks him for the intimation of certain malicious speeches Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Midland Railway, in the Peak Forest Tunnel. At the inquest on Thursday upon the body of the child killed, the Jury found a verdict of accidental death, and that the signal- man at the Peak Forest end of the tunnel, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12, 13roughton; Friday, 14, tUobowen; Saturtlay, "S, Whitllhurcb. B3UNTONe AND PEAK FOREST |lARRIusen (at 12). -Sa'uf-L November 8, Toad's Birlge ; Thursday, 10, Ox!ow hfo3ue; Sass day, 15, Peak Forest Village. Dovr,t VA-.fEXY H&iRtmvjs (at I .30)-Tls dayNevete 0 Waterhouses; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WwoS-06t' U6c tO 28-Sttslewlyfaliag 48-j 52-6 4z,2 S to 81ý0-0601 22128'785 rising 47,&150-3:42-1 S1 540050. 0_2_5 The Buxton and Peak Forest Harriers met on Satur- day at the Crescent, Buxton, this being the opening of the season. The finances were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in course of construction, on the south partly by thle stream called thle Black Brook, aril paiatly by tire Peak Forest Tamiway, anid err tire north-west by thot road leadingli from liriarley Green to Bugoswortir; albe certain lando sad houses Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock a rather heavy cattle train passed through New Mllus Station, drawn by two ongines. It had reached the Peak Forest tunnel, near Chapel-ean-l- Fith, in safety, when it came into collision with a ballast trin that was unloading there. Subscribers-only content


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