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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORRANTE, Edmund (?d.1593), ?of Rye, Suss. and /or St. Sepulchre's, London.

    the Kent family of that name, seated at Morants Court at Chevening: they owned one of the manors in Romney Marsh, and four times in the mid-fourteenth century represented the county in Parliament. The family does not appear in the

    NEWENE, Peter (d.c.1422), of New Romney, Kent.

    1433 that Edmund Paschle, esquire, released to his widow (in association with Richard and Agnes Edyncham and their issue) land in various villages in Romney Marsh (including some at Middel, Ivychurch and Old Romney) which had once belonged to him.[footnote]

    CORBOYLE, Laurence, of Rye, Suss.

    1367 he and his wife Joan made enfeoffments of 57 acres of land at Ivychurch, Newchurch and elsewhere in Romney Marsh, part of which Joan held in reversion pending the demise of Isabel, widow of Walter Salerne. The couple employed

    SPARWE, Thomas (d.c.1438), of New Romney, Kent.

    Alice, to account for maltolts in his place. He had apparently made enfeoffments of his substantial landed holdings in Romney Marsh and, when ill and dying, instructed the trustees to make estate to Alice for her lifetime, with remainder to

    YON, John, of New Romney, Kent.

    parish, and in 1398 he joined with Scherte in the acquisition of pasture near ‘Le havene southwest’. Elsewhere in Romney Marsh, he owned 15 acres at Hope All Saints.[footnote]In 1388 the inability through sickness of Edward Middleton, the bailiff of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of Monkshorton

    MS. 5516. In connexion with this manor the priory had to contribute to the repair of the sea-walls of Romney Marsh (Pat. 18 Edw. II , pt. 2, m. 7). Pat. II Edw. III , pt. 2, m..2. Pat. 2

    Hospitals St Mary , Dover

    of dykes led to a dispute between him and the tenants of his manors of Honeychild and Eastbridge in Romney Marsh . 31 The crown claimed corrodies in the hospital; Henry de Oldington being sent there in 1315 to receive

    Hospitals Ospringe

    Twithan, Staple, Adisham , Wingham , and ' Hammewolde'; 7 and in 1252 he granted land in Trienstone in Romney Marsh for the finding of a chaplain to celebrate daily in the hospital the mass of Edward the Confessor .

    Religious Houses House of Carthusian monks

    Charterhouse consisted of £2,000 from Michael Northburgh, together with some articles of plate, and the manors of Ockholt in Romney Marsh ( Kent ) and Knebworth ( Herts .) from Sir Walter Manny , together with a claim to debts

    The colleges and halls St. John 's St. John's College . France modern quartering England with a border gobony argent and azure .

    Leicestershire (at Drayton , Great Easton , Medbourne , Hungerton , Hallaton , Ingarsby, and Illston-on-theHill), and Kent (in Romney Marsh ). Other acquisitions during the same period have been at Reedness , Paull , and Airmyn (Yorks.), Fordham (Cambs.),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was a youing lady, betseen 23 aed 24, the daughter ef' a respect- able family liviafr at Snargate, in Romney Marsh; and she dtfendaiit, ahbout the sanIe rige, vas a linen draper at Greenwich. Abouit three years since, coartship commenced, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a village near Ashford. The Miser, again, died abouat ten years ago, after having served a ctrie in Romney Marsh, upwards of a quar- ter of a century: and the Parish Apprentice ran his course witbin the memory of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Langport, Eastover (Som.), Lydd, Lyme-Regis, Ly- tnington, Maidstone, Newport, lxewtown, Petersfield, Pevessey, Poole, Ports- mouth, Qubonhorough, Rochester, Remney (New), Romney Marsh, Remney, Rye, Salisbury, Sandwich, Se.aford, Shattesbury, Southampton0, Tenerdon, Wareham, Wells, Westbury, Weymouth and Melcumbe Regis, Wilton, Winchil sea, Winchester, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be given in his own fashion. it had blown almost a hurricane from the S. S. W.-the sheep in Romney Marsh had huddled together in groups-the cattle, afraid to feed, were still standing with their tails to the storm -Sir Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    completed in Two more Parts. *k0.:0 The present Pace is the Fifth Part of the Sheep. and contains the Romney Marsh, the Cotswold, and the New Leioester Breeds. (Two plates.) London: Longman, Brown, and Co. RH AINSWORTH'S NEW I6ISTORICAL ROMANCE. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 16/11/1747

    Christ for my Salvation. THOMAS FULLER , aged 22 Years, was born in the Parish of Lyn , near Romney Marsh , in Kent . His Father is said to have been a substantial and notable Grasier in those Parts,

 

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