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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The King’s Houses

    or regranted to Buistard, who remained keeper in 1219 . 13 In 1231 Gilbert Cook , servant of Godfrey of Chacombe , was appointed keeper for life, and was confirmed in the office in 1237 despite an intervening grant to

    Parishes Pusey

    to the priory of Chacombe (co. Northants ) cited in Dugdale ( Mon . vi, 426-7); the grant of the church of Pusey to the priory by Hugh de Chacombe and the confirmation of Hugh de Chacombe 's grant of

    Parishes Barford St. Michael

    Denise who married Hugh de Chesney. 43 She survived her husband and perhaps married Hugh of Chacombe , who endowed his foundation of Chacombe priory with Barford church. 44 Some time between the death of her first husband ( between

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Chalcombe

    Chalcombe 13. THE PRIORY OF CHALCOMBE Hugh de Chacombe , lord of the manor of Chalcombe, founded here a priory of Austin canons in the reign of Henry II ., dedicated to the honour of SS. Peter and Paul. The

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Denis , Southampton

    of infirmity of both mind and body. 2 On 21 August the king's assent to the election of Richard de Chacombe , one of the canons, was sent to the bishop, and on the morrow the bishop's mandate to the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TILER, Willliam, of Leominster, Herefs.

    probably his William Tiler who, as the ‘southdeneservant of Leominster’ (i.e. servant of Thomas Chacombe, summoner of the abbot of Reading and sub-dean of Leominster), was appointed on 12 June 1394, along with the local constables, to arrest the lollard,

    STOTESBURY, John (d.1409/10), of Sulgrave, Northants.

    He was rewarded by Henry IV in 1400 with a grant of the joint lease of the Northamptonshire manor of Chacombe, which had been recently confiscated from Thomas, duke of Norfolk, but there is nothing to suggest that he was

    CLINTON, Sir Thomas (d.1415), of Amington, Warws. and Hunton, Kent.

    (Warwickshire). Five years later the earl granted him and his wife for life an annual rent of 20 marks from Chacombe (Northamptonshire), although this would not be paid until after the death of Mowbray’s grandmother, the dowager countess of Norfolk.

    BROKESBY, Bartholomew (d.1448), of Frisby-on-the-Wreak, Leics.

    West Hall in Carlton over the border in Northamptonshire, where he also farmed ‘Retherby’ manor on a lease issued by Chacombe priory.[footnote]Brokesby’s career had begun by July 1408 when he acted as surety in the Exchequer for (Sir) John Pelham*,

    KNIGHTLEY, Edmund (by 1491-1542), of the Middle Temple, London and Fawsley, Northants.

    would have given his consent. He himself added to the family’s holdings: in 1538 he was granted a lease of Chacombe rectory and also secured the site of Studley priory, Warwickshire, with the manor and appurtenances there. In 1542 he

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Loggin, 17/5/1774

    Loggin Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 17/5/1774 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Chacombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 Act Book 1770 (uncatalogued) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

    Richard Wykham, 29/4/1802

    Wykham Forename Richard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason cession Date 29/4/1802 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Chacombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Peterborough 1794- 1813 Comment

    Richard Wykham, 17/5/1774

    Forename Richard Title clerk Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 17/5/1774 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Chacombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 Act Book 1770 (uncatalogued) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

    Egerton Stafford, 29/4/1802

    Stafford Forename Egerton Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 29/4/1802 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Chacombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Peterborough 1794- 1813

    John Croome, 23/6/1805

    Surname Croome Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 23/6/1805 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Chacombe// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Peterborough 1794- 1813

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a groaning, in a state of extreme destitution and weakness, in a hovel or cowiouse at some considerable distance from Chacombe. He was weak from loss of blood, and therewere two or three severe cuts on his arm. The officer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mended by Mr. John Harbage, Fenny Compton 20 ears and 2 weeks iMoses Jessop,' reeomthended by 'Mr. 'W. Hirons, een, Chacombe, 1S years and 10 months; - Robert Adams, reeomrnoldd by C. T. Wileso, Eeq., King's Sutton, 20 years and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the roeocutson,and ir. Kilby for the prisoner. It appeared that Walden had been occasionally employed by Mr. Plumb, of Chacombe, and, on the day in question, obtained the files by repre- canting that they were for that person. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Class 12-Mare for breeding hunters: £1w0., Messrs. WV. and T. WV. Wiggins, Hill Mforton, Rugby; £5., Mr. XW. L. EHirons, Chacombe, Banbury. Class 13-Colt or filly, foaled in 1888: £5. and £f2. l0e., M~r. XV. George, Glayton, Blisworth. Glass 14-Colt Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    de Rothschild took the, first pnize with an exceptionally good pair of plump,I afat birds ; Mr. 1W. 4. Treadwell, Chacombe, Ban- a hury, was second with the Aylesbury and a ePekin cross -breds of choice quality; Mr. NV. v; Subscribers-only content

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