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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Franciscan friars of Nottingham

    twelve Sherwood oaks for their repair in 1258 . 8 In 1261 grants were made them of twenty oaks from Bestwood for the dormitory and chapter-house; 9 and in 1272 they had a further grant of ten oaks for building

    Hospitals St Leonard , Nottingham

    de Lisle to allow the leprous brethren of St. Leonard 's to have a cart to collect dead wood in Bestwood , as they had done in the times of the king's ancestors; and when this grant was renewed in

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Newstead

    its church and mill and all things pertaining to the town in wood and plain, together with the meadow of Bestwood by the side of the water; and 100 s . of rent in Shapwick and Walkeringham . At the

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    the churches of Meppershall and Felmersham , Bedfordshire , and also free entry and exit, daily, into the forest of Bestwood with a cart to take dead wood, and with two carts to take heather, as much as would suffice

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HODINGS (ODINGS), John, of Nottingham.

    1411 Nottingham Feb 1413 Ofifces Held Supervisor of the works, Nottingham castle, Bestwood and Clipstone Mar. 1406, May 1414. Ofifces Held Bailiff, Nottingham Mich. 1408-9. Biography Hodings traded in cloth manufactured in Nottingham.[footnote] Having entered the freedom of the borough

    BYRON (BERON), Sir John (1487/88-1567), of Colwick and Newstead, Notts.

    by 1519; chief steward, Stoke Bardolph, Notts. 1519; forester, Sherwood 1519; sheriff, Notts. and Derbys. 1523-4, 1527-8, 1542-3, 1551-2; keeper, Bestwood park, Notts. 1523-d.; warden forester, Thorney Wood in Sherwood, Notts. 1523; custodian and parker, Clipstone, Notts. 1528; master of

    MAPPERLEY, alias HOLT, Thomas (d.c.1415), of Nottingham.

    On 20 Apr. 1380 he was pardoned for all trespasses of vert and venison committed in the royal park of Bestwood and the forest of Sherwood, and six days later a servant of his was released from Nottingham castle on

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be won by ESPADA or REF.FER, both of whom have shown a Imking for the circular track; and in the Bestwood Nursery I like the chauces of KEELmROW and GENERAL WILSON, While R.A51SBURY is not badly treated in the Welbeck Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pierre Chairon.- o: TIuh i I Seriou s disturbances ihave occurred in conujection with a .n thea strike at +he Bestwood Co~lliery, near Nottingham, and Si at the Town Hail, on W~ediiefiddy, eighteenl persqns were Mil k-fined 10s, each for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING IINTELLIGENCE. RACIG ?XOTES. ("SICSpl Sport was5 provided'at N6s6tingharn this afternoon, k Where the chief handicap fell to Planet,. whose, success, togebther weiths those of Lyric, Glorionsk and Greek- Meid were Indicated id yesterday's notes. Glorlwaimllwb came fresh from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BENqNINOTON SrA~rns of 50 Boves earls, Ii ft. for j7 ya-lcolte9t, fillies Oct t11b; breediag allowance.. I svesstae.D. M. l Bestwood (51b) Somerton (Sib) Lillibullero 151b) 3 Lady Bountiful I51b) 4O00 The FRIDAY' TH1sEEnnYlEA ROLD STARFES of 25 covs deart, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    well-read man. and a great authority upon the geology of the coal measures. Amongst other enterprises he opened out the Bestwood Colliery-perhaps the finest in this country- upon the estate of the Duke of St. Alhans. He was altoe chief Subscribers-only content

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