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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CALVELEY, Hugh (d.1393), of Calveley and Mottram St. Andrew, Cheshire.

    Years’ War, Sir Hugh Calveley and Sir Robert Knolles. Thus, although he inherited a substantial estate in Calveley and Mottram St. Andrew, and could easily have lived the life of a country gentleman, the young Hugh Calveley had every incentive

    CALVELEY, Richard (by 1504-29/30), of Hastings, Suss.

    CALVELEY, Richard (by 1504-29/30), of Hastings, Suss. Constituency Dates Hastings 1529 Ofifces Held Jurat, Hastings 1525, bailiff 1529-d.; bailiff to Yarmouth 1528. Biography The brevity of Richard Calveley’s Membership of the Parliament of 1529 is matched by the meagreness

    CALVELEY, Sir John (d.1403), of Stapleford, Leics. and Teigh, Rutland.

    Leics. 15 July 1389-June 1390. Biography Calveley grew up in Cheshire where his family possessed considerable influence as landowners. Appropriately enough, the first known reference to him also concerns his uncle, Sir Hugh Calveley, one of the most outstanding English

    SHERARD, Robert, of Stapleford, Leics.

    a breach of the peace.[footnote] Two years later he made his important match with Agnes, the widow of (Sir) Hugh Calveley, who, having earlier inherited from her father, Sir Laurence Hauberk, sizeable estates at Stapleford and Saxby (Leicestershire) and Barrow

    DURRANT, John (by 1491-1543 or later), of Hastings, Suss.

    Hastings to the Parliament of 1529, although in circumstances not wholly clear. By the latter part of 1534 both Richard Calveley and Thomas Shoyswell, the Members elected in 1529, were dead and their places had been taken, according to a

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien priories The priory of Steventon

    valuable manor and impropriated rectory of Steventon , with the advowson of the vicarage, to Sir Hugh Calveley . 6 After Sir Hugh Calveley 's death his trustees conveyed it to John, bishop of Salisbury , and Roger Walden ,

    Parishes Steventon

    priory of Pre. 30 In 1378 the Prior of Pre leased the manor for forty years to Sir Hugh de Calveley , kt., Governor of Guernsey , 31 and in 1380 the king gave him the custody for life of

    Townships Culcheth

    . (Rec. Soc. Lancs . and Ches.), ii, 258-61. John Calveley , aged thirty-six, was Ralph's son and heir. The manors of Holcroft and Peasfurlong were claimed by a John Calveley as late as 1661; Exch. Dep . (Rec. Soc.

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 Economy and society, 1662-1762

    13 hearths were the diocesan chancellor John Wainwright and the castle governor Sir Geoffrey Shakerley . Lady Calveley (Mary, widow of Sir Hugh Calveley of Lea ) 8 and Lady Kilmorey (Eleanor, widow of Robert Needham , Viscount Kilmorey )

    Parishes Chetwode

    'any lawe, costume, usage, canon, to the contrary notwithstanding.' 48 After the death of Richard his widow married Sir George Calveley ; at her death in 1576 her heir was her son Richard Chetwode , a minor. 49 In 1613

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    whmh petitioned against the design for removing the shambles from theiglt. bourhood of Smithfield, and establishing public ahattoirs.55Meserst Lambe, Steer, Calveley, Hock, Hyde, Foote, Porcas, and Cow-ell. ROWING ONE TuotsAND MILEs.-Monday, Coates, the celebratd champion pedestrian, accomplished his arduous feat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lioabxiia. THE QUARTERLY REVIEW UPON THE FRANCHISE BILL. -7The Q. R. sees a Bogey. It is an insult to the intellect of the present Cabinet to suspect them of being influenced by a genuine belief that the quality either Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydur peace with the priest and your darling Biddy. Lots are coming to meet you after V the trial from Calveley, Wettenliall, Eaton Alinshull, and ; Winsford. Tell Biddy to drop the blinds for to-morrow; you must leave Biddy darling. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Late on Monday night a young and respect- ably-dressed woman was found unconscious lying nn the] railway between Worleston and Calveley. She was re-a moved to the stationmaster's house, where she was found f to have sustained a fracture of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ostensible organiser of the copper corner. A middle-aged respectably dressed man was found on the Crewe and Chester Railway, near Calveley, on Tues- day, with his head cut off. The, man was a stranger, and it is supposed had fallen Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.G.1831

    ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Robert Capper [Capper] Role: witness Details: male; 36 Location: Calverley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Calverley (Calveley) : undefined Bunbury (Cheshire) Bunbury (Bunbury) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Cestren) : diocese Participant: Thomas Dean [Deane] Role: witness

 

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