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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Franciscan friars of Nottingham

    the Friars Minor for sanctuary-the offence he had committed is not stated, but he broke sanctuary and was seized at Coddington , near Newark , and committed to the king's gaol at Nottingham . 23 The Franciscan rule, like that

    Chester Cathedral

    Coddington , Dodleston , Handley , Northenden , Thurstaston , and West Kirby . 62 The vicarage of St. Oswald was on three occasions in the late 17th and early 18th centuries a preliminary to attaining a prebend. 63

    The parishes of Stone hundred Cuddington

    STONE : CUDDINGTON Cudintuna (xii cent.); Codyntone (xiv cent.) Coddington (xvi cent.). Cuddington is a small parish, bounded on the north by the River Thame and on the south by its tributary Dad Brook . It contains 1, 3071/2 acres,

    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of St Catherine outside Lincoln

    Wellingore , North Hykeham, Stapleford , Long Bennington , Belchford , Cherry Willingham , and Saxby ; in Nottinghamshire , Coddington , and in Yorkshire Brampton , lands and rents in many other places in Lincolnshire , and the rectories

    House of Carthusian monks The priory of Beauvale

    this priory; the most interesting are the four here briefly cited:- 1. A licence by John de Grey, lord of Coddington , in 1358 , to Robert Bernow and William Braydeston to grant to the Prior and Convent of Beauvale

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

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    CHANC.CP.1811/2

    Churchwarden of Coddington Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Willmot [Wilmot] Role: defendant Details: male; Churchwarden of Coddington Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical

    TEST.CP.1729/9

    late of Coddington Participant: WilliamWait [Wate] Role: witness Details: male; 18 Employment: Farmer Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: ThomasPratt [Pratt] Role: witness Details: male; 22 Employment: Farmer Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical

    TRANS.CP.1601/5

    in this cause Location: St Oswald Chester (Cheshire) Place(s): St Oswald (St Oswald) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: WilliamColley [Collie] Role: appellate Details: male; Husband of Elizabeth Colley, appellant in this cause Location: Coddington (Cheshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.5102

    Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edward Molineux [Mollineux] Role: defendant Details: male; churchwarden Location: Coddington (Cheshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Massey [Massie] Role: intervening parties Details: male; 41; armiger Location: Coddington (Cheshire) Place(s): Coddington

    CP.I.1975

    Aslin, tailor and co-witness Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: DavidAslin [Aslin] Role: witness Details: male; Tailor and husband of Jane Aslin nee Hall, co-witness Location: Coddington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Coddington(Coddington) : undefined Participant: ThomasSeardison [Seardison]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you cannot get an instrument to do the same under Sixt Po1NDs. This little Microscope is far superior to the Coddington or Stanhope lens. Any one can use this a Microscope, even a child at twelve years of age, it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you -cannot get an instrument to do the same under Stzrr POUNDS. This little Microscope is far superior to 1.he Coddington or Stanhope lens. Any one can use this se Microscope, even a child at twelve years of age, it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you cannot get an instrument to do the same under SIXTY PorIJns. This little Microscope is far superior to the Coddington or Stanhope lens. Any one can use this Microscope, even a child at twelve years of age, it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you cannot get an instrument to do the same under SixTy POuNns. This little Microscope is far superior to the Coddington or Stanhope lens. Any one can use this Microscope, even a child at twelve years of age, it is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    you cannot get an insetument to do the same under SiaTy PoUNDs. This little Microscope is far superior to the Coddington or Stanhope lens. Any one can use this Microscope, even a child at twelve years of age, it is Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Sir John (1511/14-76), of Watton at Stone, Herts.

    and servants. His debts and the legacies left by his will were charged on the manors of Streatley, Bedfordshire, and Coddington, Cheshire. His widow received half Butler’s plate and jewels and certain lands for life and the residue went to

    NEVILLE, Sir William (b.c.1338), of Rolleston, Notts. and Pickhill, Leics.

    dispute preoccupied Sir William and his wife during this period, since they had evidently been evicted from land at Rolleston, Coddington and Barnby by a group of local men. The latter stood little chance against so powerful an adversary, however,

    MASSEY, Edward (c.1619-74), of Abbeyleix, Queen's Co., Ireland.

    London apprentice and a soldier in the Netherlands before joining the King’s army against the Scots in 1639. But the Coddington Masseys were parliamentarian in sympathy, and in the first Civil War Massey distinguished himself as governor of the outlying

    BOTELER, Sir William (d.1415), of Warrington, Lancs.

    Culcheth. Two years later he found himself in difficulties for making an unlicensed alienation of the three Cheshire manors of Coddington, Clutton and Beachin, possibly on behalf of his wife. The manors were seized by the government, although he had

    PIERREPONT, Sir Henry (d.1452), of Holme Pierrepont, Notts.

    even greater increase in Sir Henry’s influence, since his father’s death left him heir to estates at Holme Pierrepont, Stoke, Coddington, Weston, Newark and Balderton in Nottinghamshire (alone worth £80 p.a. in 1412), Claypole in Lincolnshire and Ashover and Crich

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 February 1717, 3 February 1718

    **^ftUr'8 *' naturalizing Abraham Boetcfeur,." The Cnieilion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall BuBB to change his Name to Coddington, Bill: The Lord Vifcount Toionfiend reported from the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An il Aß: Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1760, 2 May 1760

    moo, Bill: «< the dividing and enclofing the Open and Common A Meffage was brought from the Houfe of Commons, Coddington « Fields in the Parilh of Melton Mowbray, in the County by Mr. Hewett and others: Common, •« of Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1760, 6 May 1760

    dividing and enclofing the Common Fields, " mon Meadows, and other Commonable Lands and " Grounds, in the Parifh of Coddington, in the County " of Nottingham." Counfel were called in, to be heard, to argue the Teatt Errors afligned Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1760, 12 May 1760

    A& for iVld!ng and endofinS the Common Fields, Common Meadows, and other Commonable Lands and Grounds in the Parifh of Coddington, in the County of Not- " tingham.' ' Vol. XXIX. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1760, 22 May 1760

    and " enclofing the Common Fields, Common Meadows, " and other Commonable Lands and Grounds, in the •* Parifh of Coddington, in the County of Nottingham:" " " An Aft for dividing and enclofing the Common " Fields, Common Paftures, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edward Mainwaring, 5/2/1755

    Mainwaring Forename Edward Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 5/2/1755 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Coddington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDA 1/6 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Chester 1752- 1771 Comment Rectory void "by

    Edward Mainwaring, 21/1/1754

    Mainwaring Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 21/1/1754 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Coddington// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Chester/25 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Chester 1752- 1771 Comment Living void

    John Pearce Hockin, 9/11/1831

    Surname Hockin Forename John Pearce Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 9/11/1831 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Coddington// OTHER INFORMATION Source HCRO, CA19/3 (Episcopal Register) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Huntingford, George Isaac/Hereford 1815- 1832 Comment

    Edward Mainwaring, 5/2/1755

    Mainwaring Forename Edward Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 5/2/1755 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Coddington// OTHER INFORMATION Source CRO, EDA 1/6 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Keene, Edmund/Chester 1752- 1771 Comment Rectory void "by

    Edward Daxon, 23/12/1670

    Surname Daxon Forename Edward Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 23/12/1670 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Coddington// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E331/Chester/9 (Returns to First Fruits Office) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Wilkins, John/Chester 1668- 1672 Comment Patron

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 09/1781

    Yorks House Ridge S. W Lewis Edwards Eliz St. Brides London Tothillfields St. Dunstons Samps Wright Esqr 22 Edwards Martha Coddington Oxford House Denham S. W Lewes Evans Eliz All saints Do Clerkenwell Colnbrook Dr Walker Esqr Elliott James Waxford

 

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