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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Friaries in Leicester

    gave £5 to the Leicester Dominicans, 9 and in 1301 they received a royal gift of seven oaks from Rockingham Forest , for house building. 10 Provincial chapters of the order were held at the Leicester house in 1301 ,

    Higham Park Long of Draycot . Sable crusily and a lion argent .

    and in this month inst ructions given a year before were renewed to Sir Thomas Tresham , verderer of Rockingham Forest , to report on the game and woods in Higham Ferrers Park . He found great disorder prevailing, and

    Religious houses Introduction

    settle in some thick-grown forest. The yet unwritten history, for which there is abundant material, of these monks of Rockingham Forest is full of exceptional interest. The Austin or Black Canons, an order of conventual clergy following the rule of

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Pipewell

    ABBEY OF PIPEWELL Pipewell is a hamlet or liberty within the old bounds of Rockingham Forest , lying in the three parishes of Rushton St. Peter's , Great Oakley , and Wilbarston . Here in the year 1143 William Batevileyn

    Parishes Grafton Underwood

    and oats. There is a considerable amount of woodland in the northern part of the parish belonging originally to Rockingham Forest , from which the name of Underwood is derived. The chief woods are Grafton Park Wood , Old Head

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where man and horse may disport themselves with no more fear of beingcrowded andjostled than in Launde Woods or Rockingham Forest during the autum- nal months. Here you will find every description of fence in miniature, neat and new and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and a half from the hlrdhbonrna Bridge Railway station, etands on an emineree, and commands ertan. sire vie-s over Rockingham Forest and the surrounding weil-wooded, undolating, and picturesqie coeutry. It is very attractive in appear. apee, and is well solted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    country on Monday last, with an excellent run from Fox Hall, and killing their fox near Stanion Purlieus, in Rockingham Forest. These hounds will hunt the woodlands from the Brigstock Kennel during the Atril month. HME MAJESTY'S STAGHOUND5.-ROTAL EASTER HUNT.- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Riichmond, lands, rent 41. 3s. 7id.-sold for 601. Leicester, land, &c., rent 71. 5s. 4d.-sold for 1301. Northampton, Rockingham Forest, woods, rent 301. 12s. -sold for 5801. Various, lands, &c., rent 211. 12s. for 3501. Stafford and Derby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    few days since died, at Haselbeech-hall, in Northamptonshire, in his 77th year, George Ashby, Esq. one ofthe Verderers of Rockingham Forest, and formerly of Quenby-hall, in the county of Leicester, where his family had flou- rished for „oo year?. On Subscribers-only content

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