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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

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