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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Documents in the Coventry City Record Office used

    mortem A. 3(b) Second leet book A. 7 Chamberlains' account books A. 8 Miscellaneous papers A. 9 Account book of Cheylesmore manor A. 12 Account books of charity loanmoney A. 14 Books of orders and proceedings at council meetings A.

    Colleges Bablake, Coventry

    St. Michael and Holy Trinity . But in 1344 the dowager Queen Isabel, who held for life the manor of Cheylesmore , granted to the gild of St. John a parcel of land called 'Babbelak,' 117 ft. long, and varying

    Friaries Franciscan friars of Coventry

    manor of Cheylesmore , on the south-west side of the city. Roger de Montalt , who married Cicely, niece of this earl, in a grant in 1250 to the Benedictines of Coventry , specially reserved his manor of Cheylesmore and

    Hospitals Coventry

    take charge of the lepers. When Sir Roger de Montalt and Cecily his wife granted the manors of Coventry and Cheylesmore to the monks of the priory in 1250 , the leper hospital of Spon was among the reservations for

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Introduction Ancient parish boundaries

    vills in Holy Trinity parish, Harnall, Radford , and Whitmore . In the 13th century references to the manor of Cheylesmore or Coventry begin to appear. 5 The exact limitations of the manor are, however, difficult to ascertain. The Earl's

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Chelsmore manor . See Cheylesmore. Cheney , Charles, 678. Chepstow (co. Monmouth), garrison and castle, 233, 408, 443, 451, 507. Chertsey (Surrey), 41. Cheshier John , 235. Cheshunt (Herts), 57, 84, 146. Chesmore Park . See Cheylesmore. Chester County ,

    Warrant Book, April 1711, 21-30, 01 April 1711-30 April 1711

    William, Lord Craven, for a lease of the mansion house, yard and mills, with the Great and Little Parks of Cheylesmore and the houses and lands thereto near Coventry, Co. Warwick, in succession to the grant which was made thereof

    Treasury Warrants, December 1702, 1-15, 01 December 1702-15 December 1702

    of Crown Lands of the petition of George Bohune for a lease of the stewardship of the manor of Chelesmore [Cheylesmore ] . Reference Book VIII , p. 25. Same to the Excise Commissioners of the petition of Allin Gerrard

    Index, N, O

    See Newton, Adam Newton , Adam, Dean of Durham, and tutor to Prince Henry supports Ferrour's request for stewardship of Cheylesmore manor, 21 letters to Earl of Salisbury, 68, 146 his non-residence deplored by Bishop of Durham, 73 372 Nicholas

    Index, C, 01 January 1711-31 December 1711

    Carolina, bond, 212. -, William Lord Craven, bond of Charles Craven, 212. -, -, 3rd Lord Craven, lease of Chelismore (Cheylesmore) House, co. Warwick, 264, 354, 387. Crawford , Mr., to attend Treasury, 212. -, David, Deputy Commissary of Musters

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I -chin Bicycles and 'lYloycles rat the!Birmln ham Bicycle and Trlo?Ao Show.1toolln, 77, Colmorp Row. , he 0111 Special Club, Cheylesmore, Dolts,, -and other Machines. TrZ'yolea for Ladino and Children. Boys' Bicycles. ? Every requisite holb in stock. 2 iod'on, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of high-class Bicycles and TrIdyclec In town,at - the Birmingham lileyrte sand Triopale Show Roome, 77 Colemr tie Row. Thes Cheylesmore, Special Club, and atbhsr machines., e pairs xecuted on premisoe. Every requisite and novelty in at Ock.- S'WTicouuret, Proptietor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOR SA15EMR AND .PUBacIQJOuaEB, H0U2E l-saltlsed honne-bre figt ~elol;ppitoJ nsanvfactuingtoruclfare; has always done IL large re.L In-~csiming £20-J. A. Dusifeld. Aisetioetee. 15. Cftlm=n tree. (T1Ii1UPS Inn, Breoseod. giear lyolerlraniplots, BFl~isedt lictiios rrute great leat of good ln hLealthy neighbourhood:epremniessadapted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    May 12. a IL;Sbiptont-under-Wyehwood Stecls Sale. GreatlWentern Railway. 6f9 H. H. KECK & SON, Auctioneers., 5 Csty of Coventry Repository, Cheylesmore, Union Street, Coventry. A, -To Wbeelwrights, Carpenters, Builders, Gunesakers. and d ethers. MR. JAMES WHITTINDALE has received justrue. i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DAY (¶uesday), July9 ' 8, atl1and 7- pro.. this afford no gtwo olrerfo fr eaehiMohins. DH uerier, Rotary, Excelsior, 'RaOing, Cheylesmore, aud other ~yMacbletio will be Sold, Y ATRA. PARKER, H.T.C., B,B.C., C.T.C., B Fruther Entries, eniReual teems, carn be Subscribers-only content

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