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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Husbands Bosworth

    was largely absorbed into the Grange Fee, created by Sulby Abbey probably in the 13th century. 20 No evidence of the workings of Sulby Abbey Grange has been discovered; Sulby Abbey , a Premonstratensian house on the banks of the

    House of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Sulby

    English Premonstratensians. This duty Redman discharged with exemplary diligence, visiting, as a rule, each house about every three years. Sulby Abbey was visited eight times by Bishop Redman , as recorded in his register preserved at the Bodleian. It will

    Parishes Little Addington Sanderson. Paly argent and azure a bend sable with three rings or thereon . Pyel. Argent a bend between two molets sable .

    St. Andrew (q.v.). A part of it went to the Barnacks, 6 of Irthlingborough (q.v.), and from them to Sulby Abbey . The Waterville fee went with the Watervilles' lands at Thorpe Achurch (q.v.). They were holding in 1196 ,

    Friaries The black friars of Northampton

    Several fifteenthcentury provincial chapters of the Premonstratensian Canons were held at this friary, as stated in the account of Sulby Abbey . The most celebrated man connected with the Northampton Dominicans was Robert Holcot , one of the first divines


    . as the annual pension due from Sulby Abbey for the churches of Wistow and Lubenham . 87 Provision was made in the licence by which the church was given to Sulby Abbey for the provision of a sufficient vicarage,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    left all his disposable property to his schoolfellow and intimate friend, Mr. Francis Hollyoalle, who married Miss Payne, of Sulby Abbey, Leicestersbire, the bequest of it is said will exceed ten thousand per antum in amount, besides a splendid Town Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a very short period before his death. The deceased gentleman, who was the sob of Mr. George Payne, of Sulby Abbey, Northampton, was born April 3, 1803, was educated at Eton, and afterwards went to Christ Church, Oxford He lost Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of November, THB foOowing capital STOCK of BBAST, 3HBEP, Ac. tha property of the late Mra. PENELOPg LOVELL, of SULBY ABBEY, near Welford : - Niaetj. nine ewe*, sixty-seven theavea, in lamb by two capital Cotawold tups, bred by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of November, THE foUowing capital STOCK of BEAST, SHEEP, dec. the property of the late Mrs. PENELOPE LOVELL, of SULBY ABBEY, near Welford .-Ninety- nine ewes, sixty-seven theaves, in lamb by two capital Cotswold tups, bred by Mr. Cother, of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with interest. The chancel is of the Early Decorated stele, about 1320, and the church formerly be- longed to Sulby Abbey, and is very similar in design. The chair in the altar was said to come from the house where Subscribers-only content

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