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  • * Victoria County History *

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    parish of Burton-upon-Trent , lying on the river Trent which forms the county's eastern boundary with Derbyshire . 1 The article on Burton town comprises sections on its general history arranged chronologically, followed by sections on specific topics. Then come

    Outer Burton Introduction

    on the south, west, and north sides of the town, together with Winshill on the east side of the river Trent . Each place formed its own township and later civil parish and is here given its own article, except

    Burton-upon-Trent Introduction

    treated separately, as is Stapenhill township. PHYSIQUE Burton lies at the narrowest point in the valley through which the river Trent flows north between the Needwood plateau on the west and the South Derbyshire plateau on the east; the town

    Stretton Introduction

    in 1974 . The boundary on the south-east side of the township ran up the west arm of the river Trent and then up the river itself, where it formed the county boundary with Derbyshire . The county boundary on

    Winshill Economic history

    Mill field, Bladon field, and Crakewell (later Crakehole) field. 9 The main area of common meadow lay along the river Trent stretching north from Burton bridge. Pasture rights there were claimed by the inhabitants of Stapenhill in the early 1280s

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    dispose of the Funerals of the Gentry under the Degree of a Baron, on the South side of the River Trent , that shall have any publick Ceremony made at their Interments. He is also to keep his Visitations within

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUSSEY, Sir Hugh, of Flintham, Notts.

    Apr. 1418; inquiry Mar. 1406 (desertions to northern rebels), Notts., Derbys. July 1415, Dec. 1422 (illicit fishing in the river Trent). Biography The Hussey family settled at Flintham during the reign of Edward I, and soon established themselves as prominent

    COCKFIELD, Sir Robert, of Nuthall, Notts. and East Tuddenham, Norf.

    Nottinghamshire 1391 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Notts. Feb., June 1390 (obstruction of the river Trent); array Mar. 1392. Biography Sir Robert's forebears claimed their descent from Roger, a younger brother of Aubrey de Vere (ancestor of the earls of

    PLUMPTRE, John (d.1415/16), of Nottingham.

    truce. Other set-backs occurred nearer home: in the same year, in fact, a barge of Plumptre’s, sailing up the river Trent towards Nottingham loaded with victuals and other commodities, was attacked at East Bridgford by Sir William Chaworth and his

    CROWSHAW, John (d.1399), of Nottingham.

    young King’s government. Crowshaw’s standing was founded upon trade. From 1382 he was engaged in taking produce down the river Trent to Kingston-upon-Hull, whence he exported wool (in substantial quantities), hides and cloth. The latter was produced on his own

    NEVILLE, Sir William (b.c.1338), of Rolleston, Notts. and Pickhill, Leics.

    inquiry, Notts., Derbys. May 1390 (estates of the late earl of Pembroke), Notts. bef. Oct. 1399 (obstructions to the river Trent), Feb. 1400, Feb. 1401 (illicit fishing in the Trent); oyer and terminer July 1391 (attacks on the abp. of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    morning, the 19th instant, disappeared from his brother's house at Wilford, and on Monday last was found in the river Trent. A Coroner's Jury found a verdict of " Lunaey." Mr. Leeson was about 37 years of age, and besides Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of them, viz. :-1. A railway from the Midland Railway at Nottingham to Newark and Lincoln, crossing over the river Trent. 2. A railway from the Midland Railway at Swinton by Doncaster, Bawtry, and Gainsborough to Lincoln, and, thence passing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1832, this town has enjoyed the blessing of an almost unlimited supply of wholesome filtered water, obtained from the river Trent, together with a supply obtained from copious springs in the neighbourhood. It is forced by day and night at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    built, with a cabin, and in this he used to treat the charity children to delightful jaunts on the river Trent, with buns, marmalade, and gin- ger beer. One day, when the whole school was out with him, he was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the house, and a surgeon was sent for. Richard ran out of the house without his hat, towards the river Trent, which was only a few yards distant, leaving the gun reared up in a corner About half an hour Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    parish Location: Calf Close (Calfe Close) : fieldname Cannot identify Location: York : city Place(s): YorkMinster Yard (Minster Yard) : undefined Location: York (Yorke) : city Location: Laneham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Laneham (Laneham) : manor Location: River Trent (Trent) : waterways


    (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sheffield (Sheffeld) : town Participant: George Walhead [Walhede] Role: witness Details: male Employment: domestic servant to George, Earl of Shrewsbury Location: Sheffield (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sheffield Park (Sheffelde Parke) : undefined Location: Shropshire Location: River Trent (Trente) : waterways


    Calvert [Calvehird] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: Rolleston (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Fiskerton (Fiskerton) : township Location: Hovingham (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): River Trent (Trent) : undefined Location: Doverbek (Doverbek) : undefined 'fossatum', a ditch or a dike. This could be Doverbek or


    de Gedeling) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Gedling (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Stoke Bardolph (Stoke Berdolf, Stokeberdolf, Stokberdolfe, Stookbardolf) : township Location: River Trent (aqua de Trent) : undefined Location: Gedling (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Chapel Land (Chapelland) : fieldname Spelling modernised. Location: Gedling (Nottinghamshire)


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