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You searched for: Place: Corbridge, Source type: Secondary sources

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The twelfth and thirteenth centuries York as centre of administration

    117 sqq. Close R . 1247–51, 67; Cal. Close , 1279–88, 32; Reg. Corbridge , ii, no. 912. J. Craig, The Mint , 33 sqq.; Reg. Corbridge , ii, no. 815. John of Oxenedes, Chronicle (Rolls Ser.), 297; Red. Bk.

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Priory of Basedale

    the clear annual value was only £20 1 s . 4 d . 11 On 17 May 1304 12 Archbishop Corbridge committed the custody of the goods of the nuns of Basedale to Roger de Kelleshay, rector of Crathorne .

    Houses of Cluniac nuns Priory of Arthington

    belonging to the monastery of Arthington at the time of the death of Maud de Kesewik. In 1303 13 Archbishop Corbridge wrote to the Dean of Pontefract regarding the miserable condition of Custance de Daneport of Pontefract , who some

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Priory of Esholt

    Ibid.; Burton , Mon. Ebor . 139. Dugdale, Mon. Angl . v, 470-4. Ibid. 471, no. viii. York Archiepis. Reg. Corbridge , fol. 18. Ibid. fol. 206. Ibid. Greenfield , ii, fol. 89. Ibid. Ibid. Melton , fol. 231 b

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Priory of Sinningthwaite

    Robert Nassington to receive the cession of the Prioress of Sinningthwaite and to confirm the election of her successor. Archbishop Corbridge had to interfere in 1300 on behalf of a certain Maud de Grymston, 15 who, having undergone her year

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CLARKE, John II (d.1675), of Chirton, Northumb.

    Earl of Northumberland, perhaps through the agency of his fellow-Devonian, Hugh Potter. As auditor, he carried out a survey of Corbridge in 1663, and he was returned for Cockermouth on his employer’s interest in 1670. As lessee of a colliery

    CLAVERING, Sir John (c.1364-1425), of Callaly and Yetlington, Northumb.

    this period we find him acting, along with Robert Harbottle* and others, as a trustee of a sizeable estate around Corbridge. On drawing up his will, in 1409, the influential landowner, Sir Robert Ogle, not only left Sir John two

    MITFORD, John (d.1409), of Molesden in Mitford, Northumb.

    Northumberland Nov. 1390 Northumberland 1391 Northumberland 1393 Northumberland 1394 Northumberland Jan. 1397 Northumberland 1401 Northumberland 1402 Ofifces Held Steward of Corbridge, Northumb. for Henry, Lord Percy (later earl of Northumberland) 28 Feb. 1370-bef. 25 Nov. 1408, of Morpeth for Percy

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