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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Dawley Manors and other estates

    98 and descended to William of Morton , clerk, by 1316 . 99 The Charnes ' quarter had descended by c . 1285 to Reynold of Charnes , 1 still the owner in 1310 . 2 The descent of the

    Hospitals St Andrew , Denhall

    William de Chaveley, collated 1320. 22 Nicholas de Hethe , occurs 1343-9 , resigned by 1352 . 23 John de Charnes , or Charnele, provided 1352, died 1374. 24 William de Newhagh, collated 1375, resigned 1400. 25 John Luggor, or

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Thomas near Stafford

    , and Stockton (all in Baswich ), Ashbourne , Kniveton (Derb.), Donisthorpe , Quinton , Nantwich (Ches.), Westonupon- Trent , Charnes (in Eccleshall ), Stowe -byChartley, and Audlem . The extent does not include the manors of Fradswell and Pendeford

    Penkridge Economic history, churches, schools and charities

    mill in Pillaton is mentioned c . 1280. 86 Juliana, widow of Stephen de Elmedon, and her husband Reynold de Charnes were claiming a share in a watermill here, apparently situated on the boundary between Pillaton and Huntington (in Cannock

    Index A-J

    rem. (possible), public hos., roads, stream, tithes, Walcot rly. stn., Charlton-Meyrick (formerly Meyrick) , W.J.C., and see Charlton ; Meyrick Charnes : Christine of, see Dawley Isabel of, m. Rog. of Oakley , John of, Reynold of, Wm. of, fam.,

  • * British History Online *

    7 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Star Chamber Reports, 8 Charles I

    Bro ughton Arm. & al; Disturbance in the Church . The Defendant Broughton coming unto the Chappel of Ease in Charnes in Com. Stafford , to hear a Sermon, placed himself in a Seat, where the said Sales then was

    Index of names and places, Y, Z

    1260; ii. 933. parliamentary representation of, ii. 932. port of, i. 499. Young (Yong, Yongue): , i. 181. Mr., of Charnes, ii. 673. Sir Andrew, Knt., ii. 624, 634, 635, 638. Edmund, i. 507, 542. John, i. 129, 243, 974,

    Index, L, 01 January 1560-31 December 1583

    report of death of, 105, 119. -, Ren of, Marquis of Elboeuf, to marry daughter of Count of Charni (? Charnes), 92 ( p. 106). -, de, brother of Duke of Aum le, Villequier's daughter to marry, 186. -, of,

    Entry Book, April 1690, 26-30, 01 April 1690-30 April 1690

    Lichfield city : sureties : himself, Samuell Foden of Mer, gent., John Chetwynd of the same, gent., Brian Broughton of Charnes, gent., Thomas Foden of Stafford, gent. (Warrant dated May 6 for his sureties.) (Commission dated May 6.) John Child

    Index, C, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    See also Carlton. Charlton Abbots , co. Gloucester, 130, 249, 457, 568, 974, 1474, 1542. Charmouth , co. Dorset, 661. Charnes , co. Stafford, 602. Charney Bassett , Charnock Reces, co. Berks, 977, 1474. Charnock Charles, surveyor's place, London port,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    average weight per acre of five statute aicrsA oest llcvvt. lqr. f0lbs.; second prize, £10 105., to Mr. 5. Tidings Charnes Old Halt, Eccieshill, Staffordshire. 17 tons ilcvut' 2qrs. S1bs.; third prize, £1 is., to M~r. F. H. Slurred cherringto~1banor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1s.-Catalogue 6d. , _ - ., ,, . ,. ,.., ... . _~~~~~~~...................... ACHOO, for DRAWING and PAINTIUN, No- 6, Charnes, nlo6omsb#ry, Cqrner of 9treathaxprirt, established forthe inssmers.r YoangArtits knd Amateurs in the Elementary Principles ofa Pirantfi'dk in Oil and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prevalent in the West Indies, had reached that city and w hating In an alarming manner, As an instance, a Charnes doa states that only one-half tmatter could be inserted, as the printers C0 not attend to business; and that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rt all the 3 vols, S:IR ROGER DER C OVER L EY. S A Tale of the Court of Charnes IT. CRITICAL OPINIONSO Sir Roger de Coverley 'is a tale of the most papular claos. It is fall of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Burton Archer Burton, Esq. 10 Upper Hlamilton terrace, St Jolsis' Wooid. Robert lak in Bates, Esq. 41 Norfolk street, Strand. Charnes Benjaetin Caldwvell, Esq. 19 North Audley street, Grosvenior square. Samuel Whitfleld Daukes, Esq. 14 Whitehall place. The tRev. Itichard Subscribers-only content

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