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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Leonard , Chesterfield

    Hospitals St Leonard , Chesterfield 13. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . LEONARD, CHESTERFIELD On the south-east side of the old borough of Chesterfield , at a place near the Rother, which still goes by the name of Spital Bridge ,

    Religious houses of Derbyshire Introduction

    at Derby , Chesterfield , Locko, and Alkmonton , and there was another early hospital dedicated to the honour of St. Mary between Castleton and Hope, known as the Spital -in-the-Peak. The hospitals at Derby and Chesterfield , on the

    Friaries Carmelite friars of Nottingham

    Palmere, Henry Curtyse and Agnes his wife, Nicholas de Shelford , William de Strelley , John le Collier, William de Chesterfield and Claricia his wife with their sons and daughters, John le Netherd and Sarah his wife, Robert le Carter,

    Parishes Grove

    Earl of Chesterfield . 28 Dormer, Earl of Carnarvon. Azure ten billets or and a chief or with a demi-lion sable therein . Stanhope , Earl of Chesterfield . Quarterly ermine and gules . The Earls of Chesterfield continued to

    Parishes Ilmer

    Robert held also the manor of Wing , with which Ilmer then descended, passing to the Earls of Carnarvon and Chesterfield , and being held by the latter until the 19th century. 13 At some period, probably about the middle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn codi oddiar ofergoeledd dychy mygol yn hytrach nag. oddiar bwyll athronaidd. Dywed mai- yr unig beth y maliai Arglwydd CHESTERFIELD am dano, gyda golwg ar ei gladdedigaeth oedd, na fvddai iddo gael ei gladdu yn fyw: am y lle, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    = = - = Bu Argl'wydd 'Chesterfield farw' boreu dydd C'wener diweddaf. Cyimerwyd ei `arglwyddiaeth'yd glifyr un adeg a Tbywysog Cyrnru, 8C' o'r un afi'echyd, inewn canlyniad i oerfel ar-ol od 'gyda'u gilydd yg' hela. Mae y gwrthryfelwyr yn' Mexico Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    V 60ofatn b1}m9'g- ETHOLFRAIST LLETYWR.-Y mae Ilawer mwy yr ceisio am yr etholfraint fel lietywvyr eleni nag a wel wrd mewn un - fawyddyn o'r blaen er pan roddwyd iddynt yr hawl. Er yr hoal siarad a'r dadleu fia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y drydedd ganrif ar ddeg rli~ogidn; pwysig, ac yn y fiwyddyn 1616 yr ydym yiciac un` o' houynt yn Iarll Chesterfield, 'ac wedi h~jiimlilith prifbleidwyr y Brenin Siarl I. Den- d~~~d'rmab hwn oedd Alexander Stanhope, llysgen. hadwtk bnwog yn nhayrnasiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l.rif Weinidog y Goron, ymyog y teithwyr ar ei ffordd i Luedain, wedi bod yn talu ymwReliad io ha larlles Chesterfield, 3yn Bretby Park, Yg agos i PY Burton-uyon-'Trent. Ni awlygodd y bneddwr i rhydcddus ei fod. wedi Pael dim Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANHOPE, Philip (1732-68).

    you’, wrote Chesterfield, ‘at least the mechanical part of that business such as filing, entering, and docketing letters’. Next he resumed his German travels. At Hanover he kissed the King’s hand-It was all I expected or desired [wrote Chesterfield to

    STANHOPE, Hon. John (1705-48), of Blackheath, Kent.

    to follow Chesterfield politically, voting against the Government till 1744, when Chesterfield joined the Administration, after which he became a government supporter. When Chesterfield resigned in 1748, John Stanhope was made a lord of the Admiralty, which, Chesterfield wrote,he never

    HAMMOND, James (1710-42), of Hanover Sq., London.

    1742 Ofifces Held Equerry to Frederick, Prince of Wales 1733-d. Biography Accompanying Lord Chesterfield on his embassy to The Hague in 1728, Hammond, the poet, was sent over to London with the act of concurrence of the States General to

    STANHOPE, Sir William (1626-1703), of Shelford, Notts.

    the Restoration, his father entered the service of the second Earl of Chesterfield and obtained a lease of the excise farm for Nottinghamshire in partnership with Anthony Eyre. Chesterfield gave him the site of the old family seat at Shelford,

    FOLJAMBE, Godfrey (1527-85), of Walton, Derbys.; Riby, Lincs. and Aldwark, Yorks.

    and six others in Yorkshire, lands near Chesterfield in Derbyshire, livestock and numerous household articles. His son and heir Godfrey, whom he appointed his sole executor, was to found a grammar school at Chesterfield and within one year after his

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    15 December 1696, 15 December 1696

    "l.emfster "Weymouth. N*Dunelm. «'Granville. Hereford. P. Winchest. " T.Jermyn. Guilford. Tho.Roffen. "Tho. Menev. "Hünsdon. Feversham. " WiLLUGHEY de Broke. " Chesterfield. Chandos. " Bathe.'* 36. .< .gate. " To the Sheriffs of London and Middl'x." Lordi Leave to withdraw, being Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1696, 18 December 1696

    ArUNDELI/. Craven. (1 R, Ferrers. c< 1 Leeds. " Bristol. Weymouth. Lindsey, w De Longueville. Winchilsea. Halifax. Kent. Rochester, Torrington. Chesterfield " Granville. Sussex. Kingston. Bathe. Carlisle. Abingdon. 1 H. London. N. Dunelm. " Byron. Carnarvon. HUNSDONT. " P. WlNCHEST. Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1733, 2 June 1733

    proper and effectual Remedies. " Strafford. COEHAM. " Carteret* " Suffolk. " Montrose. " MarchmonT. " Masham. lt Wa. & Nottingham; " Thaner. " Bedford. " Tweeddale. ** Chesterfield; Bathurst. Coventry. " Berkshire. LlTCHFtELD. Stair. Bruce. Shaftesbury. Bridgewater, GoWER. Then Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1733, 13 February 1734

    Marchmont. " CoBIlAM. " Tadcaster. " WlLLOUGHBY Strafford. Boyle. Mas ham. WEYMOUTH. Litchfield. TwEEDDALE. DE Brook. <; Marceorough. " Bridgewater. Chesterfield. " Montrose. Cardigan. " Carteret. Ker. Gower. " Oxford & Mortimer. Griffin. " Foley." Then the Queftion was put, Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1733, 13 February 1734

    " Masham. Gower. Northampton. Carteret. Weymouth. Clinton. " Montrose. " Tadcaster. " WlLLOlTGHBY r>E BrOOK. " Oxford & Mortimer. " Chesterfield. " Foley. " Cardigan. " Ker.!> Dijentient. ¦ * " Becaufe we are not confcious that any Negleft or Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.H.5998

    Participant: Peter Trignall [Trignall] Role: defendant Details: male Participant: Thomas Balne [Balm] Role: defendant Details: male; deceased Location: Chesterfield (Derbyshire) Place(s): Chesterfield (Chesterfeild) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Staffordshire Place(s): Lichfield (Lichfeild) : undefined Location: Lichfield and Coventry (Lichen et Coven)

    TEST.CP.1830/8

    Robinson [Robinson] Role: defendant Details: male; Half Brother of the testator; Executor of the testator Employment: Butcher Location: Chesterfield (Derbyshire) Place(s): Chesterfield(Chesterfield) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Robert Mills [Mills] Role: defence proctor Details: male Employment: Notary Public Location:

    TEST.CP.1821/3

    Location: Mattersey (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Mattersey (Mattersea) : undefined Participant: ThomasClark [Clarke] Role: witness Details: male; 30; Gentleman Location: Chesterfield (Derbyshire) Place(s): Chesterfield(Chesterfield) : undefined Participant: JohnHome [Holmes] Role: witness Details: male; 64; Gentleman Location: East Retford (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): East

    CONS.CP.1850/4

    : undefined Participant: George Thompson [Thompson] Role: witness Details: male; 29 Employment: Messenger to the Post Officer Location: Chesterfield (Derbyshire) Place(s): Chesterfield(Chesterfield) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Elizabeth Slater [Slater] Role: witness Details: female; 17; Spinster Employment: Formerly servant to

    CP.H.3500

    Employment: saddler Location: Almondbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Almondbury (Almondbury) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Almondbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Almondbury (Almondbury) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Wigan (Lancashire) Place(s): Wigan (Wigan) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Lancashire Location: Chesterfield (Derbyshire) Place(s): Chesterfield (Chesterfeild) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 22nd October 1832

    , Mr.Lascelles Lady Wharncliffe, Mrs.Talbot , Count Karoly , Mrs.and Miss Cavendish , and Mr.Cooper . When we passed through Chesterfield , where we were very civilly received, the Mayor and Corporation besides the bands and other people preceded us.

    Monday 22nd October 1832

    , Mr.Lascelles Lady Wharncliffe, Mrs.Talbot , Count Karoly , Mrs.and Miss Cavendish , and Mr.Cooper . When we passed through Chesterfield , where we were very civilly received, the Mayor and Corporation besides the bands and other people preceded us.

    Tuesday 7th May 1839

    H.Hardinge - Graham - Peel. “I don't know who they'll put about you”, he said; “they can't put Wilton or Chesterfield about you”. I said I should be stiff about that, and that there were some I never would consent

    Friday 1st December 1843

    Stretton & Clay Cross , where there is an amazingly long tunnel. We reached Chesterfield , a little after 12. The country from Derby to Chesterfield is very pretty & hilly. We went 48 miles by railroad. The Duke of

    Tuesday 18th June 1839

    and girl; Lady Peel and a girl; Lady Dartmouth and 3 children; Lady Mary Vyner and 2 beautiful girls; Lady Chesterfield and a boy and girl; Lady Ailesbury and a boy; the Dowager Lady Rivers and little Freddy Cox; Lady

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    no name is given

    after Dec. 1762. Must have ceased soon after Constitution. Notes (2): It appears, however, in Ahiman Rezon 1804 and 1813, as at "Three Cranes, Chesterfield." Is not in Ahiman Rezon 1807. Meeting Places Three Cranes, Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1762

    Cestrefeld Lodge

    Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England 1918 Masonic Hall, 72 Saltergate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England 1992

    Lutudarum Lodge

    (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Masonic Hall , 72 Saltergate , Chesterfield, Derbyshire , England 1989

    Scarsdale Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 369 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Angel Inn, Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1793 Falcon Inn, Low Pavement, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1814 Angel Inn, Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1817

    Scarsdale Lodge

    (1832): 981 Lodge Number (1863): 681 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Star Inn, Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1856 Masonic Hall, near Angel Hotel, Market Place, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1857 Masonic Hall, Saltergate, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 1877

 

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