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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tunworth

    Reginald and was by him granted in free marriage with his daughter Lucy 11 to John de Grey, lord of Codnor (co. Derb.), who died seised in 1272 . 12 He was succeeded by his son Henry, who in 1275

    Parishes Hydes Pastures

    the Bassets of Sapcote , as the tenants of the half-fee in 1388 were said to be Richard Grey of Codnor and Sir Laurence Dutton , 11 who had married respectively Elizabeth and Alice, the daughters and coheirs of the

    Parishes Wisley

    passed to her cousin 14 Robert second son of Lord Grey of Codnor , under the terms of a settlement made in 1324 . 15 Robert de Codnor assumed the name of Fitz Payne 16 and died seised of the

    Parishes Hartshill

    this line, Ralph Basset who died in 1378 ; 12 his daughter and co-heir Elizabeth married Richard, Lord Grey of Codnor , 13 and in 1482 Hartshill was held of Henry, Lord Grey . 14 The only later reference to

    Stogursey Castle

    widow Ela (d. 1356) and a daughter Isable. The estate passed on Ela's death to Robert's nephew Robert Grey of Codnor ( Essex ), who assumed the name FitzPayn. 19 His daughter and heir Isabel (d. 1394) married Richard Poynings

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ZOUCHE, John (c.1564-1610), of Codnor, Derbys.

    (c.1564-1610), of Codnor, Derbys. Constituency Dates Derbyshire 1589 Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. by 1594-5. Biography Zouche was elected knight of the shire to the first Parliament called after he succeeded his father. He left no mark on the surviving records

    ZOUCHE, John II (1534-86), of Codnor, Derbys.

    Codnor, Derbys. Constituency Dates Derbyshire 1558 Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. 1558/59-d., q. by 1569; sheriff, Notts. and Derbys. 1561-2, Derbys. 1571-2, 1580-1; commr. musters 1569, 1573, 1577, subsidy 1581; other commissions 1564-d.; dep. lt. 1585-d. Biography John Zouche of

    DAMIET, William, of Dartmouth, Devon.

    and foremost a mariner, although occasionally a customs official as well. In 1402 he served under Richard, Lord Grey of Codnor, the admiral of the north.[footnote]Damiet's last term as a customer, which began in 1404, centred on Melcombe Regis in

    HOTOFT, Richard (d.c.1434), of Leics.

    then a coroner of Leicestershire, Richard was a minor; and his marriage was then claimed by John, Lord Grey of Codnor, who alleged that the boy’s mother and brother-in-law, John Folville of Rearsby, had taken him away from Humberstone contrary

    CORNWALL, Richard (by 1502-69), of Burford, Salop.

    marches, Essex and Kent, but he failed to secure the share in the inheritance of the last Lord Grey of Codnor over which his father had spent much time and money. Cornwall begged Cromwell to help him in this respect

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ' At Whitlv, aged 90, Mrs Knight. Aged 92, Mrs Elizabeth Noon, of Leicester. Aged 94, Mr Jia-es Hickling, of Codnor, late of Belper. At Denwick, rear Alnwick, aged 100, MrAndrew Gtadasin, shepherd. At Rhos-y-mench poor-housce, Wales, Elizabeih Oiwen, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Wood and Blake, Falcon street, Aidesgate. H. Otoseley and J. B. Murphy, Derby, carvers. [Gadsby, Derby. W. Watson, Golden valley, Codnor park, Derbyshire, innkeeper. [Stephens and Co. Queen street. J. H. Charlton, Hales Owen, Worcestershire, tailor. [Motteram, Enight, and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with a suitaLly-cngraved swurd o0n his retirement from the command. A young man named Thomas Watson bts been shot at Codnor, near Riplely, duling a quarrel retveee a keeper named llibbert, who held the gun, and anothos man, antl he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    165, at Edmund Street._______________ cCOS J( PrDDLERtS,-Three good Pieddlero, writh Utiderhanda, Wonted, 4 at Once, lay the Bu~ttorley Company (Limareed), Codnor aranta Works, Derbyshire. __________10)3 na TBALWAY Carriage and Wegen.-Forootan Wanted.-Apply, Ri tosting ex'perience and soages requsred, Abbey Woerks, Shrews- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Wood Lnns lconssorks. 'Wes;t Bromawieb. rimS2 13OLLER (Night) and ruroaeornen Wanted, at once0, for fin. PC Guide Mill.-Apply, Jas. Richards, Codnor Pare, floeby- shire. cil7f5 1)OLTA'UPRNEiIS.-Wanted. experienced Roll-turner. for two At Hoop Mills.-Apply, Wilcock and Jones, The foleles, Rother- hamn. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 June 1789, 30 June 1789

    at or near Langley Bridge ; and alfo a Collateral " Cut from the faid intended Canal at or near Codnor " Park Mill, to or near Pinxton Mill, in the faid County;" and praying their Lordfhips, " That they Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1791, 12 May 1791

    6/3fr/3orzz^. Ds. P/V/ai;a/. Ds. idazt//tf/Z>zzry. Ds. PV/zyozz. Ds. Ma'/zzz£/2>z/ry. Ds. P//t?. Ds. Mzdgrai/t*. Ds. Poag/aj o/* PJez/g/a.f. cc Heanor and Codnor En- clofure Bill. Hod/V 2" tr/Ve P<da e/2 P/7/a, intituled, " An Aft for " dividing and enclofing certain Subscribers-only content

    22 December 1810, 22 December 1810

    at or near Langky Bridge ; and alfo a Colla- teral Cut from the faid intended Canal, at or near Codnor Pnrk Mill, to or near P'mxton Mill, in the faid County," a Divifion took place in the Houfe, by Subscribers-only content

    2 July 1825, 2 July 1825

    First and the 18th of Edward the Second. The Com- (C Families of the same Name by the Addition of Codnor or Codno'vre, is said to have terminated in the Male Line in Henry Grey, who died in the Reign Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1828, 16 June 1828

    on the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Township and Neighbourhood of Kilburne, Heanor, Loscoe and Codnor, in the County of Derby, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships, " That " the Act Subscribers-only content


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