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    Colleges Ruddington

    of Ruddington and Hugh Martell of Chilwell had previously established a chantry at Flawforth, early in the preceding century. When the Valor was taken in 1534 it was found that the lands at Chilwell , Bramcote , Lenton , Clifton Victoria County History

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Shelford

    Saxondale and North Muskham . 20 Confirmation was also obtained in June 1350 of an indenture of Prior Thomas de Chilwell and the convent of Shelford , binding themselves to pay yearly to the chapter of Lincoln £6 13 s Victoria County History

    Bratton Seymour Bratton Seymour in 1840

    progress slow. 6 Successive members of the Chilwell family, beginning as cattle dealers, seem to have become prominent first as tenants 7 and later for a short time as owners, 8 William Chilwell holding a farm of 133 a. in Victoria County History

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    , by Matthew de Hathersage ; and a moiety of the church of Attenborough , the land of Reginald in Chilwell , the church of Barton in Fabis , and two parts of his demesne tithes in Bunny and Bradmore Victoria County History

    Parishes Noke

    Elizabeth, who brought the manor to her husband Robert Babington , 75 the fourth son of Sir William Babington of Chilwell ( Northants ). 76 Robert was certainly in possession b y 1454 . At his death in 1464 he Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    Sir John , Marg., w. of Sir Wm ., see Seymour Sir Wm ., Child , Eliz., Chilton Cantelo , Chilwell : Wm. (fl. 1733), Wm. (fl. 1769-89 ), Chiseldon : John, and his w. Eliz., Marg., m. Wm. Wadham Victoria County History


    Victor Albert Geo ., earl of Jersey (d. 1915), 93, 197, 205, 244, 249, 301 Chilton ( Berks .), 304 Chilwell ( Northants ), 270 Chinnery , H. J., 133 Chipping Norton , see Norton Cholera epidemics , 33, 202 Victoria County History

    GOOGE (GOCHE, GOUCHE), Robert (by 1515-57), of Alvingham and Horkstow, Lincs.; Chilwell, Notts. and London.

    1515-57), of Alvingham and Horkstow, Lincs.; Chilwell, Notts. and London. Constituency Dates Kingston-upon-Hull 1545 Hedon 1547 Ofifces Held ?Servant of Bishop Bonner in 1539; receiver, ct. augmentations, Lincs. 1543-7, Cheshire, Derbys., Lincs., Notts. 1547-53, Exchequer 1553-d.; commr. chantries, Lincs., Lincoln History of Parliament

    SHEFFIELD, Sir Robert (by 1462-1518), of the Inner Temple, London, West Butterwick, Lincs. and Chilwell, Notts.

    Inner Temple, London, West Butterwick, Lincs. and Chilwell, Notts. Constituency Dates London 1495 London 1497 London 1504 Lincolnshire 1512 Lincolnshire 1515 Ofifces Held Gov. I. Temple 1511-?d. Ofifces Held Commr. sewers Lincs. 1485-d., oyer and terminer, London 1495, 1503, benevolence History of Parliament

    BURTON, William II, of Nottingham.

    of Stoke Bardolf and our Member’s namesake William Burton of Burton Joyce. Another acquaintance of note was William Babington of Chilwell, c.j.c.p., who acted as a feoffee of Burton’s from 1423 onwards.[footnote] In 1421 and 1423 Burton was accused at History of Parliament

    STRELLEY, Nicholas (c.1353-1430), of Strelley, Notts. and Shipley, Derbys.

    Nottinghamshire gentry were appointed executors, while the office of supervisor fell to the judge, Sir William Babington, his neighbour at Chilwell. Sir Nicholas died some three months later, on 21 Sept. 1430, aged almost 80, having survived not only his History of Parliament

    TANSLEY, John (d.c.1418), of Nottingham.

    Taverner of Nottingham (mayor 1417-18), while a supervisor of the will was the recently appointed King’s attorney, William Babington of Chilwell (later c.j.c.p.). After his death, which occurred at some point after November 1417 and before the autumn of 1423, History of Parliament

    CHAWORTH, Sir Thomas (d.1459), of Wiverton, Notts. and Alfreton, Derbys.

    In about 1409 he settled most of his inheritance upon feoffees, among whom was the influential lawyer, William Babington of Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, who had previously offered guarantees on his behalf when he obtained the wardship of a small estate in History of Parliament

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