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  • * British History Online * *

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    Henry VIII, February 1542, 16-28, 01 February 1542-28 February 1542

    Linc. (sic.); the site and chief messuage of the late preceptory of Temple Bruer and of the manor of Temple Bruer , Linc., with lands in Temple Bruer, Welyngore, Welburn, and Assheby; and the pasture called Flefurth, alias Flanforth, in

    Elizabeth I: volume 124, May 1586, 01 May 1586-31 May 1586

    of Stone, 4,000 acres; Richard Wingfeld of Portsmouth, 4,000 acres; John Wingfeld of Eresby, 4,000 acres; Anthony Wingfeld of Temple Bruer, 711 acres. Most of these Wingfelds have had charge in Ireland, and at this present with others of that Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    Davy, Northants, 724. -, manor (and advowson), 702, 740, 757, 763, 794. Ashby de la Launde , Aysheby beside Temple Bruer, Lincs, 988. Ashby Puerorum , Lincs, Stainsby in, 256, 418 (i), 489, 555. Ashcombe , Asshecombe [in St. Anne Subscribers-only content

    Letters and Papers, August 1539, 16-31, 01 August 1539-31 August 1539

    and report upon improvements said to have been made by [Giles Russell ] lieutenant turcopolier, at the preceptory of Temple Bruer. Malta, 18 Aug. 1539. Latin. Seal almost gone . 19 Aug. Harl. MS. 6,[... ] 89, f. 41. B.M.

    Letters and Papers, October 1539, 26-31, 01 October 1539-31 October 1539

    itself it appears that he was arrested on the 27th August. The bishop of St. David's. Temple Bruer in Lincolnshire. Erased. Temple Bruer in Lincolnshire. See No. 62. Lord Edmund Howard. "1539" is added in another hand, probably a little

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ts of Romney Miarsi: Hutchinson, Catterick, dent Yorks. ; Thomas Brown, Downham, Norfolk; R. G. F. isla such Howard, Temple Bruer, Lincoln, South Downs, Hea mu- isl saig- shire or 'Wiltshire Downs, aud Suffolk (black-faced : tion same Mfessrs. 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Meeting, which will be held on Thursday and Friday in the same week. Mr. It. G. F. Howard, of Temple Bruer, Lincolnshire has just sold a chestnut mare, allowed by many judges to be one of the best that ever Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remainder, including the harness horses anid ponies, will be j3dged to-day. The judges weroe Mr. I. G. F. Howard, Temple Bruer, Lincoln, nud Mr. F. Paddison, Ingleby, Lincoln, and they began their duties shiortly before toln o'clock, assisted by Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. D. Jeffray, for ponies not exceeding ] foirteems hands. T'he judges were-Agricultural horses: Mr. R. G. F. Howard, Temple Bruer, Lincoln; 'Mr. J. E. Parsons, Oharwelton, Datventry. Huisters : Mr. W1, lekeu. Carleton I-lill, Penrith; Mr. -I. Ieevor, Shiortlands, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    classea byw o~ering to the Kieateveb Chej I eCouncil (South Liincolnsbire) a farn of 657 keres for I [eumilarpupoans Temple Bruer, utar Sleaford. R' i jIbe marriage lopk slnie at Elavarden. Churchi oh. Tuesday. of Miss E5dith Mayhewv, daughter of Subscribers-only content

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