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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Leicester Footwear manufacture

    to the usual retailers, and that Crick had to dispose of his first products through a chimney sweep who kept a weekly market stall in a neighbouring town. 21 Even more important, perhaps, than Crick 's riveting process, was the

    Colleges Collegiate church of Astley

    the endowments in 1362 by £9 15 s . 53/4 d . of rents out of lands in Lilbourne and Crick , Northamptonshire ; and Shustoke , Fillongley , and Nuneaton , Warwickwickshire. 7 Sir William de Astley , the

    Alien houses Priory of Monks Kirby

    with their possessions, together with two parts of the tithes of his five manors of Newbold , Wappenbury , Telhoore, Crick ( Northamptonshire ), and Melton ( Leicestershire ), the five mills of these manors, and the third part of

    Great Glen

    was still in force in 1957 . 67 In 1871 Thomas Crick established an almshouse, Crick 's Retreat, in memory of his wife Elizabeth and his son John Throne Crick . The building consists of a single block of 10

    Theddingworth

    . 9 John Crick (d. 1730), who was allotted 17 a. in 1713 , married the daughter of the Rector of Marston Trussell , and John Crick (d. 1775) married Patience Sims of Hothorpe. 10 Thomas Crick was still holding

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y PARCH T. PHILLIPS, D.D. s r s * n s f I - I "Rested from his labours, at one o'clock p.m., on Friday, the 28Mh of October, at Aylstone Hill, Here- ford, in the sixty-fifth year of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 4 0 yr Frech ......44 0 to 50 6 Irish, White, Lim- Spanish .... 0 o t 3 0 Crick ......0... ick . 0 0 to 0 0 P Ideste ...... 0 Oo Black, 'Iebs, and in- per barrel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EDUOATION. BRYNARVOR SCHOOL, TOWYN.. PncXwIAL:-MR. EDWIN JONES,-M.R A0 ejted by :qiied RESIDENTS. MAE 4or Claasie Euglig, Mathematics, Modern Ia. es Music, &t. 3R Y N A 1V O R. c OinmEOaisi 7d j) wsRtued boes baa bee spea i., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the eccom- modatone and tlition of board-rs. It is most beautifully situated in an emnnently healtty lecdity, with eX'envslVe play-groend, Crick t fietd, &i.1 atta'ched, altogc'her making the finest and me t de itch e sehool premises in the Principality. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pwllheli ; Evdn Wlliiamns, Morfa Nefyn; D. E. Dgvise, PwIlbeli, Thomas Owen, eto: John Jones, F.R.G.S.- eto; John Owen, M.A., Crick eth; Robe:t R(,berta. Tydweiliog; William JoDes, M.A,, Fourcrusses; David Roberts, Aborereb, &e.; Robert Jones, Yaw., U.H., Pwilbeli; R,. 0. Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Venice, June 1638, 01 June 1638-30 June 1638

    Star Chamber on the 1st June, sentence being passed on the 5th, o.s. The third was Thomas Harrison, parson of Crick in Northants, who on the 4/14th May appeared in the Court of Common Pleas in Westminste r Hall and

    Index, C, 01 July 1623-31 March 1625

    of Sir Thos., Speaker of the House of Commons, Serjeant-at-law letter to speeches of Crichton , Wm. Lord, Visct. Air Crick , Rich. Cro , John Croft , Sir Wm., letters of Crofton , Barnabas Crofts , Sir Jas. Sir Subscribers-only content

    Surnames beginning 'C'

    Anne, w; Wm, s; Eliz, d; Jeremiah, s, 37.16 Cribbe : John, ser, 14.4 Jonathan, ser, 42.2 Wm, ser, 42.2 Crick Ursula, 30.12 Crift Hermanus; Reb, w; Wm Hen, s; Mary, d, 17.102 Crimshaw Sar, ser, 54.25 Crips : John,

    Index, H, 01 January 1636-31 December 1639

    Desire of London : captures Wolf of Medemblik, 446 n . Harnheim . See Arnheim. Harrison , Thomas, parson of Crick, chaplain to Bishop Juxon : punished for calling Justice Hutton a traitor, 424. Harsem . See Aerssens. Harwich ,

    Index, K, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    2228. Kemerdisshers , Wales, lands called, g. 1676 (4). Kemyran Crick, Anglesea, 973. Kemys , Harry, p. 2423. -, John, p. 2433. Kemyse , Pembroke, g. 390 (7). Kemmys crick, Anglesea, 973. Kemp , Barth., g. 5624 (4). -, Chr.,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STERYSACRE, Richard (d.c.1434), of Darmsden, Suff.

    well as with a Mowbray official named Nicholas Ledewich, in securing at the Exchequer a lease of his manor of Crick (Northamptonshire). Just over a year later he and Ledewich, together with Hugh Dalby (former attorney-general to Earl Thomas), obtained

    VAUGHAN, Thomas (by 1479-1543), of Dover, Kent.

    1532-3; bailiff to Yarmouth 1519. Biography In his pardon of 28 June 1510 Thomas Vaughan is described as ‘of Dover, Crick in lordship of Chepstow, and London, soldier of Calais, bailiff of Dover, yeoman or waterbailiff’, but of his background

    BAGOT, Sir William (bef.1354-1407), of Baginton, Warws.

    be of some importance to Earl John, who before his death in 1383 granted him for life the manor of Crick (Northamptonshire), which was worth £20 a year. Despite the findings of an inquiry in 1385 that Bagot, as guardian

    REMPSTON, Sir Thomas I (d.1406), of Rempstone, Notts.

    of the Mowbray estates during the minority of the young Earl Marshal. (The award to him of the manor of Crick in Northamptonshire proved of short duration, however, as Sir William Bagot* managed to establish a superior title at law.)

    SUTTON, Robert (d.1414), of Lincoln.

    £20 by the influential landowner, Robert Cumberworth*. He then also acted as a mainpernor in Chancery for the parson of Crick in Northamptonshire, being on hand at Westminster because Parliament was in session.[footnote]Sutton drew up his will on 28 Aug.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 April 1720, 26 April 1720

    Bill, and defire their Con¬ currence thereunto. it. A Petition of the Tradefmen and Dealers in J Woollen Manufaftory in Crick, in the County of North'- for' ton, and the neighbouring Towns round about; praying, Bil " That the Bill Subscribers-only content

    26 April 1720, 26 April 1720

    in Courfe. The Queftion was put," Whether this Bill (hall " pafs?" It was Refolved in the Affirmative. lefmen, )f Crick, Galileo MecaSthat\he ^ ^e^"age was ^ent t0 ^e Houfe of Cammonsi by Lords have Mr. Dormer and Mr. Holford: Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1742, 22 March 1743

    \6 Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lorck " regulate the Conduct, of Returning Officers at fuch " ing and repairing the Roads from Luton, in the i< Eleftions." " County of Bedford, to Wefiwood Gate, in the Subscribers-only content

    9 June 1758, 9 June 1758

    -21 Geo. I!* Journals of the fioiife of Lords, f 1C it tt tt a it tt cc " 2i. An Aft for repairing the Road From Leeds to " Sheffield, in the County of r^." " 22. An Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1759, 7 May 1759

    Twenty-fourth Year of the Reign of His prefent Majefty, intituled, An A£t for Repairing the Road from the Top of Crick ley Hill in the County of Gioucefler to Frog Mill, through the Towns of Northleach, Biirford, and Witney, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 28th November 1843

    amazingly long tunnel, still longer than the other one. We had our luncheon just before getting to Weedon. We passed Crick , Wilton , Rugby , (where all the school boys were out) Brandon , Coventry, & Hampton . At

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Wilkes, 0/7/1792

    Surname Wilkes Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 0/7/1792 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Crick// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

    John Wilks, 23/6/1799

    Surname Wilks Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 23/6/1799 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Crick// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Peterborough 1794- 1813

    Inigo William Jones, 5/6/1803

    Jones Forename Inigo William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 5/6/1803 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Crick// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Madan, Spencer/Peterborough 1794- 1813

    John Currin, 0/0/1787

    Surname Currin Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Nomination Date 0/0/1787 Office/Status Schoolmaster Clerical Status Location Crick// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x951SA (Nomination of Schoolmasters) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment No date:

    Thomas Yate, 24/12/1759

    Yate Forename Thomas Title Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 24/12/1759 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Crick// Location Su_'Others' Comment OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/4A/35 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cornwallis, Frederick/Coventry & Lichfield 1750- 1768

 

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