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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Index L - Z

    Cotts ., 181 Landthorpe (Lenthorpe) Ho ., 181, 183-4, 186 Laundry Terrace , 181 Leventhorpes (? Old Lentrops), 184, 189 New Cotts ., 180-1 New Hall , 184 Noke (Noak) Ho ., 185, 189 Priory, 188 Rect., 188-9 Turnpike

    Parishes Cottisford

    lies towards the southeast on the banks of the Crowell stream, where there was once a ford: hence the name Cotts -ford. In early 13th-century charters it is named 'Wolfheysford' or 'Urlfesford'. 8 The village was described by Peshall in


    Kitchen Hall, 139 Marigolds, 133 mkt. place, 133 Millhurst (Piper's), 133 Moor Hall , 139-40 Moor Hall lodge, 140 Oddfellows' cotts., 133 Old Poole's Fm . 148 Rect., 143 school ho., 133 Scrubes, 149 Sewalds Hall, 140 Sheering Rd., 133

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1651

    Thomas Campbell to buy the Gorballis officer ane suit of claithes. It being considered that Johne Cotts was tain prissoner be the Inglisch in the townes service and lost his horse, purse, and airmes, thair is thairfor allowit to him

    Letters and Papers, May 1539, 26-31, 01 May 1539-31 May 1539

    Beche, of Fotherby, Linc., husbandman, of the grange called Cotts graunge, in the parish of South Elkyngton, Linc., and 12 acres of land called inne grounde, lying in Garnethorpe Fenne, called Cotts dale, all which lately were in the tenure

    Index, C, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    (12). -, John, p. 1363. -, Sir Ric., gr. 1215. Cotes , Sir Rob., p. 245. - See Cottis and Cotts. Cotewalles , 3181. Cothingham , York, 1983, 2016, 3062, 3214. Cothrindton , , p. 500. Cothurn , Wm., p.

    Henry VIII, January 1519, 01 January 1519-31 January 1519

    to advise the French king to assist them and send Albany to Scotland. Desire credence for Thos. Hay and James Cotts. Edinburgh, 4 4 Jan. 1518. Lat . 5 Jan. Calig. E. I. 52. B. M. 5 . PACE to

    William III, February 1702, 01 February 1702-28 February 1702

    [ Ibid. pp . 74 5. ] Docquet of the warrant for a remission of treason to John Byrs of Cotts. [ Ibid. p . 75. ] Docquet of the warrant for a patent of knight baronet to David Cunningham. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    third reautna g- 'le The Eairl of Wasraaor-ea4aix believed thit tile p)555 c of w. restricive measures, particularly itie habeas Cotts -o Acit won d not enldanger the C610ustittion It Ild bet rectl',I tint atleinpts had br-en made to pitinder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AIECIIANIUAL CHIIMi\TNEY SWEEPING. Mr. EXAMINErR,-It is now nearlV fourteen vears since I invented the Machine, for u hicih I i5tas bhonoured wvith I tihe Gold Meldal from tihe Society of Arts and Maonufac. ttires. 'T'he Societv' adjttigingr my MI'ichioe Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Low er-road, Suirrey, fell nouiger. PEtICE OF STOCKS ON SATURDAY. 3 per Cent. Red .......... 69ft 1 3 per Cenrt. Cotts. 6S, 6CJ. We are oldig d to 1he " Co strilt Reader" iw ho h as se it Is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have as yet horse- .whipped the writer :-"; The Marquess ofHertford gave a spbendid Party in Piccadilly last week. Mrs. Cotts was present, and in reply to an ol servation of hers upon the splendour and nuavnificette of ft furaitie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sluice, Lincolnshire, miller-W. Bull, Lichfield, upholsterer-G. Raw, Saint Helen's, Lancashire, innkeeper-ft. Spincer, North Shorehan, Hampshire, cattle salesman-S. Lennox, Liverpool, sailmaker-J. Cotts, Man. cheter, mnachine maker-J. Arnett, Witoey, Oxfordshire, grocer-I. Starer, ibstock, Leicesterohire, auctioneer-G. Jual, Leamia~gton, Warwichsbire, grocer-R. Barri. Leamington Friars, Subscribers-only content

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