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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Bordesley

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Bordesley HOUSE OF CISTERCIAN MONKS 7. THE ABBEY OF BORDESLEY Although Worcestershire was so great a Benedictine centre the Cistercians obtained a footing within it at Bordesley in the middle of the twelfth century.

    Economic and Social History Agriculture

    of Handsworth , Aston , Bordesley , Northfield , and Weoley suggest that the arable was greater in extent and value than the pasture and meadow. There were 61 acres of demesne arable at Bordesley in 1291 , 86 and

    Parishes Tardebigge

    site and manor of Bordesley followed the same descent as Tardebigge (q.v.). Edward Lord Windsor obtained licence in 1561 to impark 1,000 acres of land in Bordesley and Tardebigge . 53 According to Nash , Bordesley Park was sold before

    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Stoneleigh

    the second abbot of the Worcestershire monastery of Bordesley , to send two of his convent as instructors. From this circumstance great friendship grew up between the two houses, the monks of Bordesley always giving entertainment to those of the

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Flaxley

    confirmed the grant to the Cistercian Order. There can be little doubt that the first monks of Flaxley came from Bordesley in Worcestershire , which had been founded in 1138 . 4 In 1158 Henry II gave the monks of

  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, May 1538, 6-10, 01 May 1538-31 May 1538

    at their last communication, i . e ., to resign the monastery of Bordesley into the King's hands, trusting in Cromwell for a means of living. Bordesley, 8 May 1538. Hol ., p .l. Add .: Endd . 8 May.

    Henry VIII, Appendix, 01 September 1540-31 December 1541

    ] Worc. [Muc ] he Malverne: Ric. Bedyll, late prior, and 12 others, including the curate of Newlonde, a stipendiary. Bordesley: John Dey, abbot, and 18 others. Pershour: Wm. Compton, abbot quondam, John Stonywell, abbot, and 13 others. Cokehyll: Eliz.

    Henry VIII, April 1542, 1-10, 01 April 1542-30 April 1542

    As the King has, in recompense for certain lands, granted lord Wyndesore the late house of Bordesley, with the manors of Terdebigg and Bordesley and all buildings of the said house, Skidmore is not further to deface or pluck down

    Henry VIII, April 1542, 26-30, 01 April 1542-30 April 1542

    monastery of Bordesley, Worc., with the lordships and manors of Bordesley, Terdebig, Reddyche, Stretchebentley, Cobley, Totynhyll, and Curlane and the grange of Hewell, which all belonged to Bordesley, also the rectories of Terdebig and St. Stephen's chapel in Bordesley, with

    Entry Book, February 1661, 1-15, 01 February 1661-28 February 1661

    West Bromwich, [the ] Carthus[ian House ] Juxta Coventry, and pensions and portions in co. Staff., and the monastry of Bordesley, co. Worcester. Ibid . Feb. 7 Same from same to the Customs Commissioners to suffer Mr. Booth, one of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dan offeiriad arall i gael cyfranogi f o'r un dynged am yr un trosedd, sef y Parch. C Mr. Euraght, Bordesley, ger Birmibgham, a'r f Parch. Mr. Green, Miles Platting, Manchester. y Cyfrifa y Defodwyr Mr. Dale fel " merthyr," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y tybia yn ddiamen y ddau dorwr cyfraith parchedig sydd ^ " cure of souls " Eglwyswyr Mliles Platting a Bordesley o dan en gofal. Pahamn y rhaid i un. Pelham Dale dderbyn holl ogoniant y ferthyr- Saeth Ddefodol, tra Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amn e8 wrthnyaigrwydd, a dirmiyg ar y Ilys. Y ddau bi ferthyr newydd .ydynt y Parch. R. W. ENRiAGHT, y Bordesley, Birmingham, a'rPArch. S. . GR;EN) fc Miles Platting, Manchester. Gwyddel yw Mr. y, NRmAGET, wedi derbyn ei addysg yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sembly. n Y mnae mympwyon y defodwyr yn arwsin i olygfeytd Y rhvfedd. Y mas eglwys yr Holy Trinity, yr Bordesley, wedi bod arm ri Sabbathan yn bob peth ond anrbydedd d i grefydd. Myna y Parch. Alan Watts ddwyn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kenrick-(4179). ... ... 1 - Mathews (8561) ... ... BIRMINGHAM, Dwyrain. Cooke (4277) ... ... 1 Lowe (3025) ... BIRMINGHAM, Bordesley. Broadhuret (4443) ... ... 1 Showell (4333). ... ... BIRMINGHAM, Deheu. Williams (6099) ... 1 - H~awes (.3312) ... Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLTE, Thomas (by 1500-46), of the Middle Temple, London and Aston and Duddeston, Warws.

    The heir was his three year-old son Edward, whose upbringing he entrusted to Sir John St. Leger, a landlord at Bordesley where Holte himself had recently acquired property. Holte’s brass in Duddeston parish church shows him attired in judge’s robes.

    BLOUNT, Sir Thomas (exec.1400), of Laverstock, Wilts.

    Blount much in the way of material benefits: Isabel Segrave’s father, Lord Botetourt, had settled on her the manors of Bordesley and Haybarne in Warwickshire, but in 1390 she and Sir Thomas conveyed them to Hugh, Lord Burnell, and his

    HASELEY, Thomas (d.1449), of Westminster.

    he retained until 1442; he held corrodies for life at the abbeys of Abingdon (from 1424), Gloucester (from 1429) and Bordesley (from 1431), and secured a joint lease (with Archbishop Kemp) of the property of Richard Windsor and another of

    WOOD, John I (d.1458), of Northwick, Worcester and Wolverley, Worcs.

    in this shire hath byn soe devout to God and so charitable to his Church as the Attewodes’. Legacies to Bordesley abbey, Whistones priory and ‘Redminster’ parish church provided in particular for the remembrance of Sir John Phelip and Sir

    THROCKMORTON, Sir George (by 1489-1552), of Coughton, Warws.

    as July 1538 his kinsman Richard Rich could suggest that he should receive building materials from the dissolved abbey of Bordesley, Worcestershire; a year-and-a-half later he was summoned to attend the reception of Anne of Cleves, in the early 1540s

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Union Lodge

    0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Notes (1): Last payment 1813. Meeting Places Rose, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1795 Shakespear Tavern, New Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1808 New Inn, Broomsgrove Street, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1816 Rainbow Inn, Bordesley, Birmingham, Warwickshire 1818

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1821, 12 March 1821

    the Judges, having perused the Bill, do sign the same. Upon reading the Petition of The Reverend John Darwatt of Bordesley, in the Parish of Aston nigh Bir¬ mingham, in the County of Warwick, Clerk; James Goddington of the same Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1821, 7 May 1821

    Bills, without any Amendment. 4 preceding Bills. Upon reading the Petition of The Reverend John Dar- Darwall et wall of Bordesley, in the Parish of Aston nigh Birmingham, al: Leave to in the County of Warwick, Clerk ; James Goddington Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1821, 17 May 1821

    same Place ; and to adjourn as they please. Upon reading the Petition of The Reverend John Darwall's Darwall of Bordesley, in the Parish of Aston nigh Bit- etal-Petition mingham, in the County of Warwick, Clerk; James j° dge"'ve Goddington Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1821, 17 May 1821

    the Report Leave for a of the jU(jgeSj to whom was referred the Petition of The Reverend John Darwall of Bordesley, in the Parish of Aston nigh Birmingham, in the County of Warwick, Clerk, and others, praying Leave to bring Subscribers-only content

    17 June 1822, 17 June 1822

    notwithstanding the same Species of Construction had been previously sanctioned by those very Architects in the Churches now building at Bordesley, Ashton and Portsea, as the Petitioner is fully prepared to prove, by numerous Witnesses, at the Bar of this Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Charles Arnold, 18/4/1832

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 82202 Linked to person: Arnold, Charles 1825-1832 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Arnold Forename Charles Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 18/4/1832 Office/Status assistant curate

 

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