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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Bindon

    monks The abbey of Bindon HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 9. THE ABBEY OF BINDON 1 A Cistercian abbey was built here in 1172 2 by Roger de Newburgh and Maud his wife, who transferred to Great Bindon the earlier monastery

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Holne or East Holme

    a commission of oyer and terminer was issued on the complaint of the abbot of Bindon against John de Montacute , sometime abbot of Bindon , who, both before and after his deposition, proved such a source of trouble to

    Religious houses Introduction

    Benedictines of the order of Cluny had a small priory at East Holme , and the Cistercians an abbey at Bindon , both founded before the end of the twelfth century. The Cistercians had also a house of nuns of

    Parishes Ringwood

    Bindon and his wife Joan, Adam de Bucksgate's eldest co-heir, fined with Richard de Kingston to the intent to entail their land in Ashley on their heirs. 105 In 1390 Edith, the widow of their eldest son Thomas de

    House of Cistercian nuns The abbey of Tarrant Kaines

    Riwle ' (the King's Classics), 316, 287. Sarum Epis. Reg. Simon of Ghent, fol. 73. The abbess, in common with Bindon and the heads generally of Cistercian houses, was blessed by the bishop, to whom she made profession on her

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    and Ordinances relating thereunto; are, among other Powers and Authorities, with her Majesty's Approbation, invested in me, Henry Earl of Bindon , Deputy to his Grace Thomas Duke of Norfolk , Earl Marshal and Hereditary Marshal of England : And

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    . Esme dyed at Paris , 1661 , aged 11 Years. Lady Frances , Daughter of Thomas , Lord Howard Bindon . These are all above Ground in this Chapel. Under Ground, and in Vaults, are these: James the First

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ELMER (AYLMER), Joshua.

    Joshua elmer steward to Thomas, 1st Viscount Howard of Bindon, disbursed over £480 for his master’s funeral in 1582. Thereafter he probably remained in the service of the family. Bindon’s half-sister married the son of John Thynne, and Elmer’s representation

    GREGORY, Robert (d.1611), of Melcombe Regis; later of Poole, Dorset.

    levelled against Gregory concerned some salt belonging to Dutch merchants in 1574. Three years later he upset the Howards of Bindon and the other local gentry by going to London ‘to accuse certain men of the shire to the Council’

    WYKE, Roger (d.c.1467), of Bindon in Axmouth, Devon.

    (d.c.1467), of Bindon in Axmouth, Devon. Constituency Dates Plympton Erle May 1413 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Dartmoor Jan., July 1416 (offences against the forest laws). Biography The Wykes of North Wyke claimed with considerable ingenuity to be descended from

    GORGES, Arthur (1557-1625), of Chelsea, Mdx.

    wife, whose uncle Thomas Howard, 3rd Viscount Bindon, was hostile to him. Bindon spent years in legal dispute with Gorges, whose election must have increased the animosity both between Bindon and Gorges and Bindon and Ralegh. Gorges’s return for Rye

    SCOTT, Edmund, of the Middle Temple, London.

    Alternatively, Scott may have been one of Robert Cecil’s nominees through the influence of Thomas Howard, 3rd Viscount Howard of Bindon, though no connexion with Cecil has come to light. Little is known about Scott’s life, apart from routine references

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    should go."-Scotsman. " We conscientiously and warmly re'cbmncehd 'The Mdther's Book' to all who have the s"perintenduince of young children.-Athexeaum. Bindon: Printed for T. T. atid J 'Tegg, 73, Cheanoside; N. Hailes, Picca- dilly; Bowdery anid Kirby. Oxfoltd-strdei; R. Griffin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be happy to learn that be is gradually recovering from his long and severe indisposition. - By tite demise of Bindon Scott, Esq., father-in-law of Maurice O Ctontell, Esq M P. for Tralee, the latter gentleman receives a considerable accessiont Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    expected out of this small parish. Air Villiers's notice of motion begins to alarm the mo- lists in Ireland. Mr Bindon Scott, High Sheriff of d~re, has convened his bailiwick to petition against the repeal of she corn laws. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vice Chalmers, promoted in the 16th TootEF 97th Foot-EnsignT . E. J ones t o be Lieut. and Adjutant, vice Bindon, deceasede Gentleman Cadet A. H. Thistletlswsyte, from the Royal Militory Callege, to be En- sign without purchase, vice Jones. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H.. V Bi)don to be Sstrg., vice 1ratt, deceased; Assist.- Surg. T. HLarvey, from the Staff, to be Aesist.-Surg., viee Bindon. flmauakrslpts.-T. Poolsy, BIrieliton, osillhier. [Lawrence and Co., Bread stlret, Chej:st ol .-_V. Fameictt, !idolersinn;or, carpet naieufsieturer. [Ilatliant, Rlddermiostor.fl-F. Denby, Subscribers-only content


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