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    HUSSEY, William II (by 1493-1556), of Beauvale, Notts.

    a grant in fee of all the lands in Nottinghamshire of the ex-priory of Beauvale. He had already been involved in property litigation, and the Beauvale lands were to lead to half a dozen Star Chamber suits during the reign

    CONSTABLE, Sir John (by 1491-1554/56), of Kinoulton, Notts.

    to which it belonged, was dissolved.[footnote]Constable’s public activities in his adopted county seem to have begun with his valuing of Beauvale priory with Sir John Markham in 1535 and continued with his appointment to commissions of gaol delivery and to

    GLADE, Robert (d.1423/4), of Nottingham.

    Welbeck abbey (whose abbot was named as a supervisor of the will), and £2 to each of the priories of Beauvale, Shelford, Newstead and Felley. However, he apparently most favoured the mendicant orders: the Nottingham Franciscans received 50 marks, and

    BABINGTON, Anthony (by 1476-1536), of Dethick, Derbys. and Kingston-on-Soar, Notts.

    BABINGTON, Anthony (by 1476-1536), of Dethick, Derbys. and Kingston-on-Soar, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1529 Nottingham 1536 Ofifces Held Autumn reader, I. Temple 1513, treasurer 1520-1, gov. by July 1521-d. Ofifces Held J.p. Notts. 1511-d., Leics. 1515, Derbys. 1520-d.; commr.

    LAMB, Hon. William (1779-1848), of Brocket Hall, nr. Hatfield, Herts.

    estates by his brother Frederick, who had been created Lord Beauvale in 1839, and to whom he left separate instructions making generous financial provision for Lady Branden and Mrs. Norton. Beauvale was not best pleased at the prospect of the

    MARKHAM, Sir John (by 1486-1559), of Cotham, Notts.

    actively concerned in the dissolution of the monasteries, and was one of the commissioners who, when visiting the Charterhouse at Beauvale in 1535, tried to persuade the procurator Trafford in ‘an exhortation friendly ... that the Kings of England by

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