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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Belvoir

    The priory of Belvoir 10. THE PRIORY OF BELVOIR According to the received tradition the priory of Belvoir was intended at first to be an independent abbey. It was begun by Robert de Todeni, lord of Belvoir , on land

    Swaffham Bulbeck Economic history

    Similar services due on Burgh Hall manor set out, Belvoir Cas. Mun., ct. roll 33 Edw. III . P.R.O., C 135/39, no. 10; C 139/6, no. 46; C 139/28, no. 23. Belvoir Cas. Mun., Burgh Hall terrier 16 Eliz. I

    Horninghold

    vill was said to be held by Robert de Todeni, lord of Belvoir , 14 though it may have been given before this date to Robert's priory of Belvoir , which had been founded in 1076 . 15 At the

    Slawston

    at Belvoir , 48 and is probably to be seen again in the 'manor' and rectory owned in the 16th century by the Marston family, who held the Belvoir tithes and claimed manorial rights from about 1583 . 49 Belvoir

    Swaffham Bulbeck Local government

    6 Plac. de Quo Warr . (Rec. Com.), 105; Rot. Parl . i. 192; Cal. Close , 1302-7 , 482-3. Belvoir Cas. Mun., Burgh Hall ct. rolls, 4 bdles.: 8- 50 Edw. III (with loose mm. 36- 7 Edw. III

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANNERS, Oliver (c.1581-1613), of Belvoir, Lincs. and Pillerton, Warws.

    (c.1581-1613), of Belvoir, Lincs. and Pillerton, Warws. Constituency Dates Grantham 1601 Ofifces Held Jt. (with cos. Thomas Savage) clerk of Star Chamber in reversion 1604; King’s carver 1604-5. Biography Manners was presumably returned for Grantham through the intervention of his

    PELHAM, William (1567-1629), of Brocklesby, Lincs.

    a light horse for service in Ireland. While serving as sheriff in 1603 he escorted James I from Newark to Belvoir, where he was knighted. He died in 1629, his will, dated 10 Dec. 1628, being proved on 13 July

    NORMAN, Richard (?1757-1847), of Melton Mowbray, Leics.

    on the old lady’s death, Queen Charlotte reporting, 24 Apr. 1799, ‘Lady Elizabeth and Mr Norman are both ... at Belvoir and very happy’.[footnote] In 1804 Norman’s brother-in-law the 5th Duke brought him into Parliament to fill a vacancy at

    THOROTON, Thomas (?1723-94), of Screveton Hall, Notts.

    time of his marriage till the death of the 3rd Duke in 1779, ‘he and his wife resided permanently at Belvoir, and Rutland House, where he conducted the whole of the Duke’s correspondence’.[footnote] Newcastle no doubt ascribed political influence to

    LEKE, Sir Francis, 1st Bt. (1627-79), of The Chauntry, Newark, Notts.

    no part in the Civil War, but Leke himself, a married man at 16, rode as a trooper in the Belvoir garrison for two years. On returning from travel he was denounced as a delinquent, and on his father’s death

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    all politicians mustrorine at last. The public have, of late, been much edifled with ar- conats of the feslivities al Belvoir Casileotci 'seal of the Duke of RUTLtAND. in hboiour of the christenion of his Grace's child fnd of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that he richly merits some advancement of this kind. A country paper says, the fairest rose-bud in the vale of Belvoir is to be transplanted to Claremont, if Royal permission be granted. The " learned Theban" who edits the Literary Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Stephbeaulolinkdin sadhowied, and then~turning to' hi'sconmpanons, kind, !O ~' the i sn e nsekn tohi;. I ted the R Bever (Belvoir) whie -it o g L ou of hid I y eW-an. d so ta dG hisc 8aythe faglCaip.-StIanotrid Bee, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    collection of the' Customs, cannot well- be objeted to by the aristocracy, though it should be made to apply to Belvoir or Chatsworth;' there is no more reason for protecting 'the pretiumn affectionis of a noble thanu'the good-wil of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    matter off to opportunity. Burke recommended Crabbe to the Duke of Rutland, who re- ceived him as domestic chaplain at Belvoir Castle. Here, not- withstanding the kindness of the Duke, he seems to have expe- rienced the degradation of genius Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 6th December 1843

    - We dined a little before 8. They always wear at Belvoir , in the evening during the hunting season, red coats with white linings, which is the Belvoir uniform, & Albert & all our Gentlemen appeared in it. The

    Friday 10th November 1843

    O'Connell, which is a great point. We then mentioned a little tour we intend making to Drayton , Chatsworth & Belvoir . - After a hasty luncheon Albert again saw Sir Robert Peel. - Later, we rode in the Riding

    Monday 4th December 1843

    with great kindness. It is 10 miles from Bingham to Belvoir , which one can see 6 miles before coming to it. About 3 miles or so, before reaching Belvoir, the Duke of Rutland received us, with all his Tenants,

    Thursday 7th December 1843

    Melton & through the town. The country round Melton Albert observed was beautiful for hunting, & much finer than the Belvoir country. We changed horses again at Brookeley Gate, & 6 miles more took us to Leicester , where there

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 January 1733, 22 January 1734

    Enclofure, Divifion, and Ex- " changes, of feve'fal Lands and Grounds, lying in the " Common Fields of Wolkflhorpe, near Belvoir Cqfile, " in the County of Lincoln." And the fame was read the Firft Time, A Petition of John Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1733, 8 February 1734

    the Enclofure, Divifion, and Exchanges, of " feveral Lands and Grounds, lying in the Common *• Fields of Wollefihorpe, near Belvoir Cafile, in the " County of Lincoln," was committed : " That they " had confidered the faid Bill, Subscribers-only content

    11 February 1733, 11 February 1734

    and Ex- ^ " changes, of feveral Lands and Grounds, lying in the Bills " Common Fields of fflollefiborpe) near Belvoir Cafile, in " the County of Lincoln." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs?" It Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1733, 21 March 1734

    the Enclofure, DivMion, " and Exchanges, of feveral Lands and Grounds, lying " in the Common Fields of Wolle/ihorpe, near Belvoir *' Cafile, in the County of Lincoln." " 6. An Aft to enable Robert Dalzell, late Earl of " Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    sometimes of " Haringworth, and sometimes of La Zouch the Lords " Roos have been described of Hamlake and of Belvoir ; " and in the Claim of the Barony of Grey, the House " rejected Ruthin as forming no Subscribers-only content

 

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