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You searched for: Place: Corbets, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Cublington

    Robert Corbet for refusing to divide the manor of Cublington , half of which Nicholas claimed by inheritance 37 The Corbets had doubtless acquired this half at the time of Ralph Hastings ' attainder a nd now obtained a quitclaim

    Lawley Manors and other estates

    dead by 1235 , and the estate passed, presumably through his daughter Joan or grandson Richard Corbet (III), to the Corbets of Moreton Corbet . By 1255 Robert Corbet (d. 1300) was lord, 42 and after 1283 he acquired the

    Parishes Denchworth

    to feoffees in 1365 by Walter Catewy and Joan his wife. 22 They perhaps held it on lease from the Corbets of Tubney . CIRCOURT (Suthcote, xii cent.; Sudecote, xiii cent.; Southcote or Circote, xvii cent.) may be identified with

    Standlake Economic history

    was granted to Co ld Norton priory before 1246 but was recovered c . 1260, and remained part of the Corbets ' demesne. 55 In the 15th century and later demesne parcels of up to 8 a. were recorded in

    Parishes Wigginton

    property which bore their name in the parish of Little Gaddesden (q.v.), until it came into the hands of the Corbets , on the death of Sir William Lucy in 1466 , 9 when instead of reverting to the family

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 9 Langborne Ward. Interrments.

    hath granted two several Annuities and Rents Charge of four Pounds and four Shillings apiece, out of an House in Corbets Alley in Grass Church Street , in the Parish of St. Peter, to certain Parishioners of the said Parishes

    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Places here.

    Churchyard . Which Church, although in part standing in this Street, yet being in Cornhill Ward is there treated of. Corbet's Court, a good, large, open, well built and inhabited place. Near unto this Court is Tobacco Roll Court, which

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEWPORT, Henry, Lord Newport (1683-1734).

    Foresters of Dothill Park, near Wenlock, where the Newports had an interest; with the Bridgemans, and through them with the Corbets of Moreton Corbet and the Toyn Lloyds; and with Sir Humphrey Briggs, a distant cousin through the Wilbrahams.In the

    KYNASTON, John (1664-1733), of Hordley and Hardwick, Salop.

    produced an augmentation of these estates, his wife inheriting on the death of her brother the unentailed lands of the Corbets of Moreton Corbet, and he subsequently extended his holdings by a series of purchases. At his death the entailed

  • * British History Online *

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    Ealing

    Ealing. In Norden's time, Gunnersbury, "well scytuate (as he describes it) for wood, ayre, and "water," was inhabited by the Corbets 13 , to whom indeed he seems to have supposed it belonged. It was afterwards the property of the

    Appendix, Additions and corrections

    of Edward I.; her heir was Arnulph de Clarak 11 . The manor was then valued at 22 marks. The Corbets were in possession of it for a considerable time 12 , and aliened it to the Morleys 13 .

    Appendix G, To Memorial XXXII

    in infancy. He married, 3rd, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Hopton, Esq., and widow of Sir Roger Corbet, Knight of Moreton Corbets, county Salop, by whom he had an only son, Edward, at whose decease, unmarried, in 1485, the Earldom of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c.. diately; easy psymeots ; no disagreeable enquiries. no pub licisy: most moderate itoercot: 00 o equiry fees; actual lenders.- Corbets. 71, Temple Row, Birmingham. 101 [IhWONE-YLENT Privately, without sureties. Re- l3ss payments arranged to suit Lorruseer's Convenience. Town or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prices. BAfTY LINEN at the mot acOnomiClal cash prices. Superior snd inexpensive STAYS and OOIRSEPS, of true fit and durability. Corbets cleaned asd repaired. This dcpalIco3ut is uoder the superintsndoocO of an experienCed female esLBetitat. PLEAEI 0}35EtRVE-10. KElECGA'Pi(aoar BRBlQATE)c F014 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. 4 (FnOM OuR OmN BEPORTERS.) HOUSE OF LORDS, FRIDAY. Tne LORD CaAxcLLoR took his seat on the woolsack whortly before five o'clock. The Leeds Tramways Bill was read a third time. SUDDEN AND SUSPICIOUS DEATHS IN .' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Massey, of Offcote, coacbman, was summoned for assaulting Joseph Goodwin, gardener on April 16. The parties buth lived at Major Corbets, at The Grove, end a dispute had arisen between them and because complainant would not fight dafendant assaulted I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ta ~ ~*t ~ so (OGNAC BRANDY.-The difficulty f obtainin - tis much esteemed foreign spirit in Its ure state io wel - known, although it to liosltively essential that it should be genue U STEVENS amd SON have Subscribers-only content

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