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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Blockley

    wife Marjory. 143 This holding, which belonged to William de Draycott in 1299 , 144 afterwards passed to Thomas de Clipstone , who held it as the fifth part of a knight's fee in 1346 . 145 The land which

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Evesham

    omni sedis apostolicae potestas.' 114 Clipstone 's defence was that these bulls were of doubtful authenticity. 115 This the pope denied, examining them himself and passing them round among the cardinals for examination. 116 Then Clipstone took up a different

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Reading

    Possibly, however, it was partly owing to financial entanglements that on 2 November, 1290 , when the king was at Clipstone , news of the cession of Abbot Robert was brought by Richard de Wynton , Nicholas de Leominster ,


    Littlebury and his wife Margaret and Roger de Lovetot. 173 In 1358 the advowson was unsuccessfully claimed by John de Clipstone , during a vacancy of the priory, 174 and in 1361 an inquiry ordered after the presentation had been

    Parishes Leighton Buzzard

    from Linslade in Buckinghamshire , running north as a dividing line for some distance. Clipstone Brook , a small tributary which flows through Eggington near Clipstone hamlet, from which it takes its name, passes the outlying eastern portion of the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HODINGS (ODINGS), John, of Nottingham.

    Nottingham Feb 1413 Ofifces Held Supervisor of the works, Nottingham castle, Bestwood and Clipstone Mar. 1406, May 1414. Ofifces Held Bailiff, Nottingham Mich. 1408-9. Biography Hodings traded in cloth manufactured in Nottingham.[footnote] Having entered the freedom of the borough by

    BYRON (BERON), Sir John (1487/88-1567), of Colwick and Newstead, Notts.

    1523-4, 1527-8, 1542-3, 1551-2; keeper, Bestwood park, Notts. 1523-d.; warden forester, Thorney Wood in Sherwood, Notts. 1523; custodian and parker, Clipstone, Notts. 1528; master of game to 3rd Earl of Derby by 1533; steward, duchy of Lancaster, manor of Rochdale,

    DIGBY, John (1668-1728), of Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts.

    1708 East Retford 1713 1722 Ofifces Held Ranger of the deer, Clipstone park 1707–?, verderer, Sherwood forest by 1709–aft. 1722. Biography The Digbys of Mansfield Woodhouse were a cadet branch of the family of Coleshill in Warwickshire. The Member’s grandfather

    REMPSTON, Sir Thomas I (d.1406), of Rempstone, Notts.

    able to enlarge his own fairly modest patrimony, acquiring for himself and his heirs the Nottinghamshire manors of Bingham and Clipstone, together with extensive appurtenances in the surrounding countryside. The late King Richard had, in fact, been a trustee of

    REMPSTON, Sir Thomas II (d.1458), of Rempstone and Bingham, Notts.

    mother, the redoubtable Margaret Rempston, until 1454 deprived him of part of his inheritance in the manors of Bingham and Clipstone in Nottinghamshire and Hopewell in Derbyshire, as well as of other sizeable holdings in the two counties, but he

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 14, March 1568, 01 March 1568-31 March 1568

    to Thos. Markham, standard bearer of the Gentlemen Pensioners, of the office of keeper of Clipstone manor, Sherwood forest, co. Notts, the site of the late castle, park, & c., with the customary fees; also, the fishing of the dam, Subscribers-only content

    Appendix: poor laws, 11 March 1831, 11 March 1831-11 March 1831

    with better Information; and His Grace has given me this Statement the Expenditure on The Duke of Portland's Farm at Clipstone , in Nottinghamshire , during the Year 1830, which is as follows. Here are the different Items, amounting to

    Index, C, 01 March 1326-31 December 1571

    and Saye, Lord (1551), exchange of lands by; 93. Lady; 51, 345. Sir E., examination before; 535. Sir H.; 488. Clipstone manor , Notts; 93. Clocks , inventory of; 129. Clonne , lordship of; 527. Close , Michael, of Totnes;

    Further charters and patents, 1205-1576

    stall in the choir and his place in the chapter. Ib . m. 2. ( Printed Calendar ). Nov. 3. Clipstone. Grant to Gilbert de Clare, Earl of Gloucester and Hertford, of the custody, for life, of the temporalities and

    Henry VIII, April 1528, 21-30, 01 April 1528-30 April 1528

    Wm. West, groom of the Privy Chamber. Grant, in survivorship, of the custody of the manor, castle, & c. of Clipstone, Shirwood, Notts, on surrender by West of pat. 14 July 12 Hen. VIII. (No. 933, Vol. III.) Del .

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

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    plaintiff Details: male Participant: Mary Babb [Babb; Bab] Role: defendant Details: female; wife of Othowell Babb Location: Edwinstowe (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Clipstone (Clipston) : undefined Edwinstowe (Edwinstow) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Mansfield (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Mansfield (Mansfeild) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Edwinstowe


    Edwinstowe (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Edwinstowe (Edwinstowe, Edwinstow) : ecclesiastical parish Clipstone (Clipston) : undefined Participant: Richard Wintin [Wintin] Role: witness Details: male; 46 Employment: finer of iron Location: Edwinstowe (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Clipstone Forge (Clipston Forge) : undefined Notes: Cannot identify the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TU.ESDAY'S LOYDON GA-ZEYT. .- I . This Gazette contains disljztehes from Admliral BeFie smad Lient.-Colunel Keating, respeqting the late attack o the -Lie Bonaparte (ltae Bourbon) of which our readers are aireadvd in- formed. Capt.'oRoe iey, of the Raisonable, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Exir-i, alnd Co. F'trois'al\-ioo. ,. Cox, Liverpool, linen-draper. Attornies, Messrs. Blackstock, ailtld B e, Tlen pe. Ii. and It. Ellis, Clipstone, farmers. Attorevy, Mr. Goodman, XVttielce-ter-Itreet. W. CGarth, Ballcrov, cotton-spinner. Attorilics, Mossrs. Duck- north alld Co. Matichester. 1,. Holt, Mnrsdull, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Benning, Fleet street, law booksellers-S. Esterford and I. Nunn Greenwich, boot and ahbe makers-T. Goodill and J. B. Stain, Clipstone lodge Northamptonshire, farmers-T. Beardmore and B. Moore, Halifax, Yorkshire, bread makers-G. and F. Robinson, Hexhri, Nl thumberland, linen drapers-Matthews Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for two days; Winahester, one day; " Freemantle, one day; Westminster, three days; Wood- "stock, six days; Northampton, three days; Clipstone, "one day; Tickhill, three days; York, four days; Bol- "sever, one day; Derby, one day; Burton-upon-Trent, " one day; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blttlileld; Thurs~day, 26 Sutton Mill; Saturday. 30. Dtrnli~Onwe. l'rvittst (aSt 11 - rhis day, November 22. Chapel Brampton; Saturday, 23, Clipstone. Pv-cr~ffLE WcOrLssND (at 11). -.Satuarday, -November 23, Grafton Undlerwvood- Quoit.s (at l1h-This day, Novemnber 22, Grunt TDalby; Satur- day, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 April 1829, 3 April 1829

    Petition of the Inhabitants of the several Parishes of Edwinstowe, (including the Townships of Oiler ton, Perlethorpe, Carburton, Budby and Clipstone,) Warsop and Sookholme, and the Parish oFCuckney, (includ¬ ing the Townships of Nortoji and Holbeck,) in the County of Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    me with better Information; and His Grace has given me this Statement—the Expenditure on The Duke of Portland's Farm at Clipstone, in Not¬ tinghamshire, during the Year 1830, which is as follows. Here are the different Items, amounting to 2,320/. Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    could find correctly the Expence of cultivating each Acre, the Question would be solved. Were they to tell me at Clipstone, the Estate of The Duke of Portland, that the Labourers are in want of Parochial Relief, I should say, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    1 GuL. IV. Appendix. 683 General Heads. Names of Witnesses, and Page of Evidence in Printed Report. D. n} Pollen, 71. 3V-J ay j Dairy Farms, Produce of, decreased in last Three Years, (See Waste Lands.) Dartmoor, great Extent Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1834, 18 March 1834

    Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dis- Clipstone: senters residing in the Parish and Vicinity of Clipstone, Northamptonshire, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Subscribers-only content


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