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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Swineshead

    total of £184 17 s . 81/2 d ., including the rectory of Cotgrave and the manors of Gosberton and Quadryng, Great and Little Hale , Cotgrave , and Hardwick Grange . 19 Abbots Of Swineshead Gilbert of Hoyland , Victoria County History

    Hospitals Lutterworth

    Billesdon , admitted 1299, 26 resigned 1319. 27 Adam of Bagworth , admitted 1319, 28 died 1321. 29 William of Cotgrave , admitted 1321, 30 died 1329. 31 Robert of Newbold , admitted 1329, 32 died 1331. 33 Thomas of Victoria County History

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    Will iam de Ferrers; the churches of Ossington , Notts, and Horsley , Derbyshire , and the half church of Cotgrave , Notts, in 1144 , by Hugh de Buron and Hugh Meschines his son and heir; the church of Victoria County History

    Hospitals St John Baptist , Nottingham

    of St. John Baptist , Nottingham , on going beyond the seas, had protection and also letters nominating Bartholomew de Cotgrave and John de Shirewode his attorneys in England for two years. 120 The hospital proba bly saw little or Victoria County History

    Alien house The priory of Lancaster

    Preston , Kirkham , Croston , Childwall , and a moiety of Eccleston , and three in the Midlands , Cotgrave , Cropwell (both in Notting hamshire), and 'Wikelay.' 5 In the case of Bolton , Heysham , Preston , Victoria County History

    The hundred and parish of Fareham INDEX MAP to the HUNDRED of FAREHAM

    Richard about 1540. On his death in 1571 he demised the whole of the property to his second wife Eleanor Cotgrave for thirteen years until his grandson Pexall Brocas, son of his eldest daughter Anne, should be of age, and Victoria County History

    Parishes Sherborne St. John

    Pexall, son of Edith and Ralph, succeeded to the property and married (1) Lady Eleanor Paulet 134 and (2) Eleanor Cotgrave 135 -the cause of those family dissensions and complications which lasted for half a century. By his first wife Victoria County History

    Index A - Z

    54-5; pop., 51; Roman remains, 51; tithes, 61, 62, 63-4 Costard , Ric., 181 Costow , in Wroughton , 4 Cotgrave , Eleanor, m. (1) Ric. Pexsall (2) John Savage , 94 Cotteleye , de, John, 177; Nic., 177 Cottington Victoria County History

    Parishes Lyneham Lyneham , c. 1773

    before his death in 1571 Sir Richard Pexsall devised his estates, including Bradenstoke , to his second wife Eleanor (nee Cotgrave ) for 13 years until his grandson Pexsall Brocas, son of his daughter Anne, came of age. The will Victoria County History

    WHITE, John (1634-1713), of Cotgrave, Notts.

    (1634-1713), of Cotgrave, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire Mar. 1679 Nottinghamshire Oct. 1679 Nottinghamshire 1681 Nottinghamshire 14 May 1689 Nottinghamshire 27 Oct. 1691 Nottinghamshire 1695 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Notts. 1677-80, 1689-90, j.p. Feb. 1688-d., dep. lt. 1689-?d., col. of History of Parliament

    WHITE, John (1634-1713), of Tuxford and Cotgrave, Notts.

    of Tuxford and Cotgrave, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire Mar. 1679 Mar. 1681 Nottinghamshire 14 May 1689 1690 Nottinghamshire 27 Oct. 1691 1698 Biography After a varied career in the 1680s, ranging from plotting against James II to collaboration with him, History of Parliament

    PIERREPONT, George (1510-64), of Whaley, Derbys. and Holme Pierrepont, Notts.

    1540 of local monastic property for over £600 may not have been unconnected with his Membership. His earlier acquisition of Cotgrave manor, adjoining Holme Pierrepont, reflected the Babington connexion, for it had formerly belonged to the order of St. John History of Parliament

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

    to a local rentier. Early in the following year another of his neighbours, Sir Hugh Willoughby, bought his estates at Cotgrave and Tollerton. Both he and his son were among the Nottinghamshire gentry who were ordered to take the general History of Parliament

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