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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stretton Manor

    17 Stretton became a tithing in Burton manor, and after the dissolution of the abbey and then of Burton college it passed as part of that manor to the Paget family. 18 Charters of Burton Abbey , ed. Sawyer, p.

    Winshill Manor

    12 Winshill became a tithing in Burton manor, and after the dissolution of the abbey and then of Burton college it passed as part of that manor to the Paget family. 1 Charters of Burton Abbey , ed. Sawyer, p.

    Branston Charities for the poor

    the poor Charities for the poor The poor of Branston were presumably eligible to benefit from charities established for Burton parish, and they were specifically named in those of Mrs. Almond and Richard Steele . 11 Above, Burton , charities.

    Horninglow Charities for the poor

    Horninglow Charities for the poor Charities for the poor The poor of Horninglow were presumably eligible to benefit from charities established for Burton parish and were specifically named in that of Mrs. Almond . 3 Above, Burton , charities.

    Stretton Charities for the poor

    presumably eligible to benefit from charities established for Burton parish, and were specifically named in those of Mrs. Almond and Richard Steele . Three houses in Ellen Parker 's almshouse in Burton were reserved for women from Stretton , her

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    emynan la pan y bydd ei Eshoniad ar y Testament Groeg wedi sy myned fr un man a Valpy neu Burton, hyny yw, i M ebargoflant. op Da genym fod argaffiad newydd o lyfr enwog Syr ng John Herschell ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "grant" arferol i Garston, St. John's, Runeorn, Tarvin, Man- cott aGe'ftyn, Bethlehem, aSion. Hefydam yzraftheb ddim lleihad i Rosset a Burton, a phenodwyd y Parch. B. Powell a Mr. Samuel Dale i ymweled 9'r orsaf yma, ac i barotoi adroddiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Golftyn, as Ewlee Green. .i 2. Irefuwyd fed ier swl t 20p. gael roddi i'rcenadwr f ei yn Rossett a Burton, hyd nes ccir adraddiad yr ymwdel. . wyr, a'r achos wedi byny s gael ei gyneryd i yetyr- C Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Windsor-Street, - Arkwright-Street, Garston, Scanis- g i brick, Hoyelake, City Road, Caer, Delamere, Tarvin, j Waverton, Saighton, Two Mills, Rossett, Burton, i Ewloe Green, Summer Hill, Salem, Marchwiel, Bethel, d F Bowling Bank. Rbhoddir cyfle i'r rhai'n i ddangos en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I y Parch. H. Humphreys, a ehynygiwyd gan Dr.2 Burton, "Na byddai yn ddymunol i wahanu plwyf 0 eglwysig Ruabon oddiwrth ddosbarth y Bwrdd Ys- j o gol." Eglurai Dr. Burton ei resymau dros y pender- el fyniad. Cydsyniai Syr Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    one James Burton , upon Debt of 40l. at the Suit of a Merchant Stranger; and accordingly he was arrested by an Officer of the Admiralty in the Month of October 1587 . One Hamer, a Silkman, advised Burton not

    Book 3, Chapter 1 Vintrie Ward. [Whittington College.]

    Thee lowly submytting to al correction. Of theym being Maisters now of the Mercery. OLNEY , FELDING, BOLEYNE, and of BURTON : Herteley theym beseyking with humble Salutacion, Thee to accept. and thus to take in gre, For ever to

    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    I. } Sheriffs, { Richard Chambers , Girdler. MAIOR, Sir John Woollaston , Goldsmith, Son of Edward Woollaston of Burton in Staffordshire , Son of William Woollaston of the same place. A.D. 1645 . } { John Kendrick ,

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Martin's Church there. Lady Elizabeth Fane , Daughter to Robert , Baron Spencer , Wife of Sir George Fane of Burton , Kt. she dyed 1618 . Jane Clifford , Wife of Charles Lord Clifford and Dungarven, Daughter of William

    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. Holborn. Hospital of St. Giles.

    founded, as a Cell to Burton Lazar, of Jerusalem in Leicestershire , as may appear by a Deed dated the twenty fourth of Henry the Seventh in these Words: Thomas Norton , Kt. Master of Burton Lazar of Jerusalem in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURTON, Sir John II, of Notts.

    his identity, Burton probably first appears in 1392 when he was retained by Thomas, duke of Gloucester, to accompany him to Ireland in his capacity as King's lieutenant. In the event, the expedition never left England, but Burton was at

    BURTON, Robert, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    William Burton, who may well have been a kinsman of his. Burton, moreover, became involved at this time in a controversy over the raising of a tax intended to meet certain municipal expenses. Geoffrey Askeby*, for one, claimed that Burton

    BURTON, Hon. Francis Nathaniel (1766-1832), of Buncraggy, co. Clare.

    Burton, twin brother of Henry, 1st Marquess of Conyngham, sat for county Clare in the last two Irish parliaments, though also elected for the family borough of Killybegs. The borough was disfranchised at the Union, the compensation being £15,000.

    BURTON, John II (d.1455), of Redcliff Street, Bristol.

    appointed Burton and five others to see to the purveyance and transport of 1,000 quarters of wheat to Bayonne; they were to recover their expenses by exporting other merchandise free of custom and subsidy. The following March, as mayor, Burton

    BURTON, William II, of Nottingham.

    between 1417 and 1424 Burton, Willoughby and Simon Leek*, esquire alleged in Chancery that they had been forcibly disseised of lands at Gelding by William Jorce of Stoke Bardolf and our Member’s namesake William Burton of Burton Joyce. Another acquaintance

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

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    Actes and Monumentes of the church

    yong, Rychard Burton, Ellys Lomas.11. Item, beyng asked of Maister Wilkes, what that was, that was lyfted vp betwene the priestes handes, He answered: he thought that Christe coulde neyther bee lyfte vp nor downe.Iohn yong, Rychard Burton, Ellis Lomas.12.

    K. Edvvard. 6. The godly confeßion of Doct. Redman at hys death.

    Sacrament in Masses and Trentals for þe sinnes of þe dead is vngodly.Witnesses Iohn Yong, Alexander Nowell, Edward Crat-ford, Richard Burton, EllisLomas.If the wicked receiue the body of Christ, or onely the sacrament.5 Itē, that the wicked are not partakers

    K. Ed. 6. The iudgement of Doct. Redman in cases of Religion.

    Nowell, Rich. Burton, Ellis Lomas, Iohn Wright.2 Item, the sayd D. Redman sayd, that the sea of Rome in these latter days is Sentina malorū, that is, a sinke of all euil.Witnesses, Ioh Yong, Alexander Nowell, Richard Burton Ioh. Wright,

    K. Ed. 6. The godly confession of Doct. Redman at his death.

    Alexander Nowell, Kich. Burton Ioh. Wright, Edw. Cratford, Rich. Elithorne, Ellis Lomas. Workes be not merite to saluation. 14 Item, that our workes cannot deserue the kyngdome of God, and lyfe euerlastyng.Witnesses Ioh. Yong, Alexander Nowell, Rich. Burton, Ellis Lomas,

    King Eward 6. The iudgement of Doctor Redman in cases of religion.

    you (before God) truly as I thinke, without any affection to the world, or any worldly person.Witnesses Alexander Nowell, Rich. Burton, Ellis Lo-mas, Iohn Wright.2 Item, the said D. Redman said, that the sea of Rome in these latter daies

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

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    TRANS.CP.1686/1

    Role: testator Details: male; deceased Location: Aysgarth (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): West Burton(Burton) : undefined Participant: JohnRyther [Ryther] Role: appellant Details: male; Son of Francis Buckle, deceased, late of West Burton in the parish of Aysgarth Participant: JamesBuckle [Buckle] Role: appellate

    CP.G.50

    Batley (Batley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Dalton [Dalton] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Location: Heton (Heton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edmund Marsh [Marshe] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Burton(Burton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Hundeley (Hundeley) : undefined

    CP.G.633

    Burton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bishop Burton(Burton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Peter Burton[Burton] Role: witness Details: male; 22 Location: Bishop Burton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Bishop Burton(Burton) : undefined Participant: John Bamshawe [Bamshawe] Role: witness Details: male; 30 Location: Bishop

    CP.H.2461

    Bretton) : township Participant: John Crookes [Crooks; Crookes] Role: witness Details: male; 54; gentleman Location: Royston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Monk Bretton (Burton) : undefined county of York Participant: William Wood [Wood] Role: witness Details: male; 52; yeoman Location: Royston (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s):

    CP.H.3683

    goods of Francis Buckle, deceased Location: Aysgarth (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): West Burton(Burton) : undefined Participant: Francis Buckle [Buckle] Role: testator Details: male; deceased Location: Aysgarth (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): West Burton(Burton) : undefined Aysgarth (Aisgarth, Askgarth) : ecclesiastical parish Yorkshire, North

 

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