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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Mimms

    tenement called Someries , to John Mountviron and Beatrix his wife, for a yearly rent of £33 6 s . 8 d . 31 Such lease was apparently renewed, for John and Beatrix held a court of the manor in

    Parishes Norton-juxta-Kempsey

    this Beatrix , had held the manor since the conquest of England . Reginald deduced his claim from his grandmother Beatrix, mother of Beatrix de Pirton , but Boidin, parson of the church of Norton , said that Beatrix ,

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of St George , Thetford

    Cecilia, 19 c . 1160 Agnes, 20 occurs 1253 Ellen de Berdesette, 21 elected 1310 Margaret Bretom, 22 elected 1329 Beatrix de Lystone, 23 elected 1330 Danetta de Wakethorp, 24 elected 1339 Margaret Campleon, 25 elected 1396 Margaret Chykering, 26

    Friaries Grimsby

    of cloth of gold to the high altar. 32 Small legacies to these friars are contained in the wills of Beatrix Haulay ( 1389 ), William of Humberstone , rector of Belgrace ( 1394 ), John of Waltham , bishop

    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of Normansburgh

    Cecilia, 19 c . 1160 Agnes, 20 occurs 1253 Ellen de Berdesette, 21 elected 1310 Margaret Bretom, 22 elected 1329 Beatrix de Lystone, 23 elected 1330 Danetta de Wakethorp, 24 elected 1339 Margaret Campleon, 25 elected 1396 Margaret Chykering, 26

  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1574, Jan-Mar

    dekynnis settis in tak and assedatioun thair aikeris at the Grayfreir poirt callit the Sieynis aikeris for the lyftyme of Beatrix Blacader, nun, payand hir yeirlie aucht bollis beir, sax bollis quheit, and efter hir deceis for all the yeris

    Extracts from the Records, 1564, Jan-June

    tenenttis takismen and occupearis of the craft vnder written to mak gude and thankfull payment of the ferme thairof to Beatrix Blakater of the crop in the yeir of God j m v c lxiij yeris, extending to viij bollis

    Addenda

    Beatrix his wife . Stow has made a confusion here. Sir Richard Burley (d. 1387) married, as her third husband, Beatrix, daughter of Ralph, Earl of Stafford, and widow of Thomas, Lord Ros of Hamelake, who died in 1383.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1564, December

    use the order contained therein in Prayers, Marriage, and ministration of the Sacraments. C. ] Anent ane supplicatioun presentit be Beatrix Livingstoun, tuiching ane promise made to her be Patrick Hardie, to have solemnizat the band of matrimonie with her

    Wills, 2 Henry VI (1423-4)

    long as she remain unmarried; remainders to John and Robert his sons in successive tail; remainder to Margaret, Alice, and Beatrix his daughters and the heirs of their respective bodies; remainder, as to a portion of the above tenements, to

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 2, page 130 (1570)

    Crescentia, Albinus, Rogatianus, Donatianus, Pancratius, Catharina, Margareta, Lucia the Virgin, & Antheas the kyng 37000. martyrswith 37000. Martyrs, Simplicius, Faustinus, Beatrix, Panthaleon, Georgius, Iustus, Leocandia, Anthonia, and other mo to an infinite number suffered martyrdome in this persecution, whose names

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    Crescentia, Albinus, Rogatianus, Donatianus, Pācratius, Catharina, Margareta, Lucia the virgin, and Antheas the kyng37000. Martyrs with. 37000. Martyrs, Simplicius, Faustinus, Beatrix, Pāthaleon, Georgius, Iustus, Leocandia, Anthonia, and other mo to an infinite number suffered martyrdome in this persecution, whose names

    Book 2, page 106 (1583)

    Albinus, Rogatianus, Donatianus, Pancratius, Catharina, Margareta, Lucia, the virgin, and Antheus the king with many thousād martirs mo. Simplicius, Faustinus, Beatrix, Panthaleon, Georgius, Iustus, Leocandia, Anthonia, and other mo to an infinite number, suffered martirdome in this persecution, whose names

    K. Edward. 4. Fridericus. 2. Troubles in Hungarye, Boheme, and Austria.

    to Fridericus. Vladislaus forsaketh hys fyrst wyfe.But Vladislaus not long after, did repudiate hys wife Beatrix, and depriuing her of her kyngdome, caused þe sayd Beatrix to sweare and to consent to the mariyng of an other woman, whiche was

    K. Edward. 4. Mathias K. of Hungary. Pogiebracius. Trouble in Hun. Bo. and Austria.

    to Fridericus. Vladislaus forsaketh his first wife.But Vladislaus not long after, did repudiate his wife Beatrix, and depriuing her of her kingdome, caused the said Beatrix to swear and to consent to the marying of an other woman, whych was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrested and imuprisonetl for having expressed imprndent opinions. The censorship has forbidden the performance of the operas Jf/7/!in 'Tell, Parisina, Beatrix, T'uda, and Afarj Shtuart, in which are to be found certain passages dangerous to the church |"an( state. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AL MA; RIAGES.-The 'Epoque' states that the second son of Don Carlos, Prince Juan, was shortly to marry Princess Maria Beatrix, the youngest sister of the reign- ing Duke of Modena. An eminent Spanish artist, sup- posed to have been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Don Juan, second son of Don Carlos, was to be married on the 2nd inst. at Modena, to the Arch-duchess Beatrix, sister of the Duchess de Bordeaux. The Count and Countess de Molina had left Genoa for Modena to assist Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    though of no for- tune to be sure, with a thousand fascinations of wit and manners- Beatrix Esmond-was now six-and-twenty years old, and Beatrix Esmond still. Of her hundred adorers she had not chosen one for a husband * and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who proves to be what time has evolved out of another old aequaintance of' the world s, Beatrix Esmond. The picture of Beatrix as a stout, determined old lady, leaning on tdie arm of the Culonel's grandson, and looking up Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1811, 25 February 1811

    Efquire, and Decima Hefter Beatrix Foulis his Wife, for and on the behalf of the laid Decima Heßer Beatrix, and alfo for and on the behalf of John Robin/on Foulis, Hannah Foulis, Elizabeth Foulis, Decima Heßer Beatrix Foidis, MarkFouHs and Subscribers-only content

    14 February 1812, 14 February 1812

    and Decima Heßer Beatrix Eoulis his Wife, for and on the Behalf of her the faid Decima Heßer Beatrix, and alfo for and on the Behalf of John Robin)"on Faults, Hannah Foulis, Eliza¬ beth Eoulis, Decima Heßer Beatrix Foulis, Mark Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1830, 5 March 1830

    Countess Nugent, is ff the only Child and Heir of Raphael Duke of Riario " Sforza and of The Princess Beatrix his Wife, Daughter u and Coheir of Francis Xaviar Prince of Poland and " Saxony, the younger Son of Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Aire - Phoebe - - Darlington - Fortitude - Amity - - Hermione < Matilda James - - Norfolk - Beatrix Sallv - - Eliza - - Sally - - Gleadow Lavvrel Edward Sally - - Clinker Bywell Mary Anne- Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 23 July 1830

    Jane Ocean Adventure Triton Regent Percy Providence Union Cambrian Providence Providence Providence Ann Ibbetson Providence Ibbetson Joanna Ann Britannia Supply Beatrix Atlas Nerinae Jemima Carlisle Mary Ld. Nelson Herron Britannia Adonis Tucker Ueres - - Malvina Glasgow Ad. Rowley Jemima Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    AUDLEY, John I (d.1588), of Berechurch, Essex.

    in Peldon and Aberton, Essex’, from which legacies were to be paid to six other nephews and nieces. Audley’s sister-in-law Beatrix was to have ‘all the debt of money she oweth me’ and £10. ‘Mrs. Mary Southwell’, probably a relative

 

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