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You searched for: Place: "Sutton Bassett"

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Louth , fl. 1750), Wm., Bp. of Lincoln (d. 1514), Wm. (of Thorpe Langton , fl. 1529), Wm. (of Sutton Bassett , fl. 1585), Wm. I and II (of Thorpe Langton , fl. 1628), Wm. (of Mowsley , fl. 1680),

    Church Langton

    by William and John Smith , was then settled upon Thomas, the son and heir of William Smith of Sutton Bassett ( Northants .). 28 Another leading yeoman family, called Jervis, who were tenants of this fee, had a pedigree

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tailor. -- 1. Ellis & Alder, Lon. tner.-hants. --9 G lCirblbam Lancaster. nmetchant. - -- 24- r. Saddingi- n, Sutton Bassett, salesman. -- 4. J. Blenl Lancaster, mctdhant. --i . R. Iladgon, Nnrhiallertin, surgeon. z- 25. L. Hrsant, Hlotrs, wineomerchant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At seven o'clock in the evening, in consequence of somethirfg he heard, the father went to prisoner's house, at Sutton Bassett, and found him bathing his son's head, the Issisoner re- masking that be had run a fork in deceased's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about him, so lie declined to let the sheep be removed. Se shortly after found Mr. Wm. Sedglay, of Sutton Bassett, Northamptonehire, marking out the first pen of sheep, and prisoner coming up at the time prosecutor told him that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CLERICAL. BISHOPRIC OF MANCHESTER. The Gazette of last night contains an Order in Council sanctioniug the following seheme of the Ecclesiastical Com ssioners: On and after thi day, September the Ist, the collegiate church of Manchester is constituted, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Harrington, Dosborooirh. Draughton, Wiib&rston, Draybook, ArtSingworth, Chapel Brampton, Church* Brampton, Brampton Ash, Dangle v, Great Oxenden, Little Oxenden, EastTarndon, Sutton Bassett little Bowden, Saint Mary, Saint Mary in Ardeu, Saint Nicholas, 'Thorpe Lubbenham, Marston Truasell, or some of t* em, Subscribers-only content

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