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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wolston

    Parishes Wolston WOLSTON Acreage: Wolston , 2,810. Brandon and Bretford , 1,988. Population: Wolston : 1911, 879; 1921, 962; 1931, 918. Brandon and Bretford : 1911, 398; 1921, 412; 1931, 508. The parish of Wolston originally included Strettonon- Dunsmore and

    Parishes Bourton-on-Dunsmore

    it was held as 1 knight's fee. 6 The mesne lordship of this fee was held by the Verdons of Brandon (q.v.) from early in the 13th century, Roese de Verdon holding it in 1242 . 7 After the death

    Bottisham Charities for the poor

    share the net income. From 1638 the balance of his bequest left after building costs was invested in land at Brandon ( Essex ). In practice the distance involved induced Bottisham to let East Ham almspeople occupy the rooms intended

    Parishes Sheldon

    took with her into this family this 1/2 knight's fee as part of a group of fees held as of Brandon 10 in Knightlow Hundred. 11 Rose de Verdon held 1/2 knight's fee in Sheldon in 1242 12 and Theobald

    Parishes Wilby

    and J. A. Brandon ( Parish Churches , 88) record a voussoir with chevron ornament as then ( 1848 ) built into the north wall of the chancel. The chancel is shown of its present length in Brandon 's plan

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn nghanu Morlais y fath na chawn gan yr rn tenor arall y gwyddom ni am dano. Y brenin ydoedd Brandon. Csnodd yn dda, ond elywsom ef yn well amryw droion nag ar yr achlysur hwn. Gydag ychydig iawn o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi ou gorehnddio. C~ymsint ydyw north y dyfroedd fel yr ofnir am ddiogelwrch rheilian rheilffordd y Great astern ye nghymydogteth Brandon a Lalkene th, pn fod fon Dguaoa wed a onawn dros ei glanau, a'r dybiseth a goleddir yn awr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    seas of ceaurse ac4siitafl licrardJeores, aged 20, was then tried for stealier a foar lo' picce, the property of Mlessrs. Brandon and Poutts, irokr ilo tire Mincries, hNose hoase had likewiise beei pDloorelerl the 2d of December by tdle . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PROVINCIAL INTIELLIGEINCE. PU13LIC JEETINGS. BRrerOL.-Tlle Mayor taxing refused'lo grant the use of te Guildhall of tlit city, accordiag to tihe prayer ofa reclili.i:itie to tiatefs'ect, signed by ehosut 50 freemen, for tbe pirepose ol colosi- dering lhe late dreadful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Wood, Little Sf. Tltomas Apostle. J. Hirst, Tower-street, cotton-broker. Attornies, Messrs. Iltid and Johnson, Temple. W. Booth and 1. Brandon, King's Head-court, Bac1i-street, Bar- bican, fish-merehanits. Attorney, Mr. 11amditon, 'avistocld row, Covent-garden. R. Myers, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, linen-draper. Attorney, Mir. Hartley, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GERARD, Charles, Visct. Brandon (c.1659-1701).

    strong opinions and a fiery temper, Brandon was undoubtedly the most controversial figure in Lancashire politics between the Revolution and the death of William III. Although he had been a prominent advocate of Exclusion, Brandon enthusiastically collaborated with James II’s

    BRANDON, John (d.c.1414), of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    These commodities were sold by Brandon in Huntingdon, the Midlands and as far afield as Bath. One of his creditors died in curious circumstances: in 1387 Peter Portugaler was pardoned for stealing £120 from Brandon, but was subsequently arrested by

    BRANDON, Sir Charles (by 1521-51), of Sigston, Yorks.

    the poor of the place.[footnote]In 1547 Brandon was chosen senior knight of the shire for Westmorland. Although his father had been connected with the borders and he himself was established in the north, Brandon seems to have had no personal

    BRANDON, Robert, of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    BRANDON, Robert, of Bishop's Lynn, Norf. Constituency Dates Bishop's Lynn Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Collector of customs and subsidies, Lynn 30 July 1425-Oct. 1426, 17 Nov. 1431-May 1435, Gt. Yarmouth 26 Oct. 1426-Jan. 1439. Ofifces Held Commr. to arrest

    GERARD, Hon. Charles (c.1659-1701), of Halsall, Lancs.

    of Brandon and his father. Macclesfield fled abroad, but Brandon found himself again in the Tower. He was convicted of treason largely on the evidence of Lord Grey of Warke, who implicated him in the Rye House Plot. Brandon was

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1620/19

    Role: appellant Details: male Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Brancepeth) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: KatherineHarrison [Herrison; Harrison] Role: appellate Details: female; Widow Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brancepeth (Brancepeth) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brandon (East Brandon) : undefined

    CP.G.3049

    township Participant: Edmund Lindley [Lyndley] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location: Harewood (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Bondgate (Bongat) : street name Location: Harewood (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Brandon(Brandon) : township Location: Harewood (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): East Keswick (East Keswick) : township

    CP.H.332A

    singular the tithes pertaining to the rectory Participant: Robert Littlewood [Litlewood] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Harewood (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Brandon(Brandon) : undefined Location: Thorner (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Shadwell (Shadwell) : fieldname Moor Close (Mooreclose) : fieldname Spelling modernised. Location: Thorner

    TRANS.CP.1685/2

    Place(s): St Oswald (St Oswalds) : ecclesiastical parish Location: St Nicholas (Durham) Place(s): St Nicholas (St Nicholas) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): Brandon(Brandon) : undefined Location: St Giles (Durham) Place(s): St Giles (St Giles) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.1400

    Place(s): Unthank (Unthanke) : undefined Participant: Nicholas Catterick [Catterick] Role: witness Details: male; 54 Location: Brancepeth (Durham) Place(s): East Brandon (East Brandon) : undefined Participant: Michael Brian [Brian] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: Lanchester (Durham) Place(s): Biggin (Biggin) :

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Richard. 2. The history of Iohn Wickliffe Actes and Mon. of the church.

    Doctours of the Canon and Ciuill lawe. xiiij. Appelby, Waltram, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregisyon Stow, Blaunchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flaynburghe, Motrum, Brandon, and Prophet.Item, Bachilers of Diuinitie vi, Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, wych, Chiselden, Tomson.The articles of Iohn Wickleffe here aboue specified,

    K. Richard. 2. The history of Iohn Wickliffe.

    Doctours of the Canon and Ciuill law. xiiij. Appelby, Waltram, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregisyon Stow, Blaūchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flaynburgh, Motrum, Brandon, and Prophet.Item, Bachelers of Diuinitie vj. Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, Wich, Chiselden, Tomson.The articles of Iohn Wickleffe here aboue specified,

    K. Edward. 3. The historie of Iohn Wickliffe. The articles of I. Wickliffe condemned.

    doctours of the Canon and Ciuill lawe 14. Appelby, Waltrom, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregision, Stow, Blaunchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flayneburgh, Motrum, Brandon and Prophet.Item, Bachelers of Diuinitie 6. Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, Wich, Chiselden, Tomson.The Articles of Iohn Wickleffe heere aboue specified,

    K. Ric. 3. The battell at Boswarth. K. Kic. slaine. K. Hen. 7. Maximilianus.

    the Erle, setting vppon him so sharpely, that first he killed sir William Brandon,W. Brandon the Erles standard bearer, father to þe Lord Charles BrandonCharles Brandon. Duke of Suffolke, thē after ouerthrew sir Iohn Cheny, thinking likewise to oppresse the

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 2nd January 1840

    the Tower she inquired very particularly if Jane Grey's scaffold was still up.” Talked of all that, and of Mary Brandon ,&c.; of a story of M. de Brandenstein's asking Miss Pitt for a lock of her hair; &c. I

    Saturday 24th August 1839

    attacks; it's those internal dissensions that vex me”, &c. ,which is true. Rice wants to be Lord Mont -eagle of Brandon , Lord M. said, which is the title his ancestor Sir J.Rice (who followed James II into exile) received

    Tuesday 28th November 1843

    just before getting to Weedon. We passed Crick , Wilton , Rugby , (where all the school boys were out) Brandon , Coventry, & Hampton . At the latter place we stopped, in order to go upon another line. Everything

 

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