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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Carthusian monks The priory of Beauvale

    House of Carthusian monks The priory of Beauvale HOUSE OF CARTHUSIAN MONKS 5. THE PRIORY OF BEAUVALE There is a fine register or chartulary of the Carthusian Priory of Beauvale compiled by Nicholas Wartre, who was prior of this house

    Alien houses The priory of Bonby

    the king's clerks at an annual rent of 12 marks, but in 1403 it was granted to the Carthusians of Beauvale . 3 Its value in 1380 was only £8 5 s . 10 d . a year. 4 The

    Religious houses Introduction

    the abbey of Rufford . The stern-lived Carthusian monks had a house of some importance and of early foundation at Beauvale . The Black or Austin Canons had five priories, at Felley, Newstead , Shelford , Thurgarton , and Worksop

    Houses of Carthusian monks The priory of Axholme

    have the oath of supremacy tendered to them, Augustine Webster , prior of Axholme, and Robert Lawrence , prior of Beauvale , arrived at the Charterhouse. They determined to go to Cromwell with Prior Houghton in the hope of perhaps

    Religious Houses House of Carthusian monks

    a Benedictine. Died 1515. Died 1531. Formerly Prior of Hinton , died 16 Nov. 1531 . Formerly Prior of Beauvale . Formerly monk of Beauvale . St. Paul's MS. A. 26-40, 889. E 322/133; B.M. Seals lxvii. 90; cx. 23.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 39 Henry VI (1461-2)

    of the Carthusian Order near London, to execute his wishes. Dated London, 16 February, A.D. 1456. Roll 189 (11). 2 Beauvale, near Greasley, co. Notts, founded by Nicholas de Cantilupo, 17 Edward III. (Tanner's 'Notit. Monast.,' p. 411). 1 Et

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1492-1503, 01 January 1492-31 December 1503

    Dated under their common seal in the college, 8 Nov., 1498. 1486. (x) Brother Nicholas [prior ] of Holy Trinity, Beauvale, of the Carthusian order, and the convent: participation and confra ternity; on the announcement of the king's death it Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, December 1607, 01 December 1607-31 December 1607

    1607 8. Bailiffs' accounts of "my Lady's" property in Nottinghamshire, viz: Watnalls (Wadnal), Kemberley (Kimberley), Bulwell, Bronesbresley (? Brinsley), Bevall (Beauvale), Nottingham, Grasley Morgren (Greasley Moor Green), Gresley rectory (Greasley rectory) and Quidnall. These include detailed accounts of payments for

    A London Chronicle, Henry VIII

    Summary adds: 'who afterwarde bare great rule.' In the Summary Stow inserts a note on the Parliament of November, 1534. Beauvale. Summary reads 'Hexham'. It should be 'Axholme'. Isleworth. Summary then adds "their opinions". Summary adds: 'as is aforesaid.' Summary

    The Chronicle of the Grey Friars, Henry VIII

    Elizabeth Barton. "Twoo marchauntes straungers." Fabyan. Philip de Chabot comte de Neublanche, K.G.; see Chron. of Calais, p. 45. London, Beauvale, and Hexh am. Holinshed names only three, Exmew, Middlemore, and Nudigate. See the Chronicle of Calais, p. 46. Vide

  • * The History of Parliament *

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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

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the elevation of his Excellency Sir Frederick Lamb, our ambassador at Vienna, to the peerage, by the title of Baron Beauvale, and the promotion of Ljord Ponsonby, our ambassador at the Porte, to the dignity of a Viscountcy. These promo. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ambassador Extraordinary to Vienna, and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, &c., of Baron Beauvale, of Beauvale, Nottingham.- Last Night's Gazette. The Dublin Evening Post concludes its partial report of the great Dublin meeting referred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Five Powers had as yet, however, come to no decision, that decision being i the hands of Count Figuelment, Lord Beauvale, and .1 de St Aulaire, the Minister and Envoys of the Powers at Vienna. It is understood that M. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    present Earl of Antrim. tin the 25th ult. at the chapel of the English Embassv at Vienna, his Excellency Lord Beauvale, her Britannic Majes- ty's Ambassador to the Court of Austria, to Mademoiselle die Maltzaho, daughter of the Prussian Ambassador Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the streets through which she had to pass, and at the Bellaria, where she alighted. 'Irho beauty of Lady Beauvale was much admired, as well as the splendid equipages, and the rich liveries in the old English style. Lord Subscribers-only content

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