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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Linford

    son and heir James, a child of six. 34 Eleanor, his widow, in January 1343 -4 married Thomas Dagworth , Lord Dagworth , 35 who held Great Linford in 1346 . 36 He was slain in Brittany in 1359 ,

    Westonbirt with Lasborough Manors and other estates

    of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford (d. 1322). Eleanor's successive husbands, James Butler , earl of Ormonde, and Thomas Dagworth , 84 were overlords in 1332 85 and 1348 86 respectively. The overlordship was held in 1373 by Humphrey

    Parishes Sopley

    latter died in 1337 , leaving a widow Eleanor and a son James, a minor. 17 Eleanor married Thomas Lord Dagworth , 18 to whom the manor belonged in her right in 1346 . 19 It subsequently passed to the

    Medieval Colchester Introduction

    Scottish war. 35 Hubert Bosse and Ralph Ode were among the Colchester men who were alleged to have assaulted John Dagworth , lord of the manor of Bradwell by Coggeshall , who seems also to have held land in or

    Parishes Cold Aston

    jointly with his wife Eleanor owned the manor. 119 James died in 1338 and Eleanor, who in 1344 married Thomas Dagworth (d. 1350), in 1363 . 120 On her death the manor passed to her son James Butler , 121

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1495-1496, 01 January 1495-31 December 1496

    shall be void, and that Roger and Elizabeth shall hold for their lives a moiety of the manors of Pedmersshe, Dagworth, Polypontes, Bonettes and Henny co. Essex and Netherhall manor in Little Waldyngfeld co. Suffolk: and Ralph shall hold the Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    Payntour, John, grocer, of London, 68, 582, 1236. Pebmarsh , Pedmersshe [co. Essex ] , 904. -, manors in : Dagworth, Bonettes, Polypontes or Pontes, ibid . Pecke , John, gentleman, 104. -, Thomas, chaplain, 690. Peckham , Pekham [co. Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, December 1538 26-31, 01 December 1538-31 December 1538

    alias Negyng, Virles, Swanes, Saxmonden Merkett alias Saxmondeham, Cotton Hempnale, Syleham, Semours, Veles alias Veyles in Fresyngfelde, Cotton, Brysworth, Ketylbarston, Dagworth, Sorelles, Beklyng alias Bekkyns in Snape House in Alderton, Hurtys in Saxmunden alias Saxmondeham, Stratford juxta Higham, Wyngfelde alias

    Letters and Papers, November 1539, 26-30, 01 November 1539-30 November 1539

    deceased, viz., of the manors of Brandeston and Oldenewton, a tenement called Brisettez there, and certain lands in Brandeston, Oldenewton, Dagworth, Stowe, Gippeng, Halley, Cotton, and Bakton, Suff.; the manors of Woldenewton and Bayneton, Yorks; and the manor of Bodnek

    Index, D, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Daffagnano , Jacobo, and company, of Antwerp, i. 712. Dafforne , John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 308). Daglingworth (Dalyngworth, Dagworth) , Glouc, ii. g. 707 (10). Daie. See Day. Daintree , John, i. g. 621 (12 p. 310). Dakyns

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wools there is only a dragging demand at late quotations. The mark "'Rangatira" realised no to 73/4d., Till Till 9d., Dagworth, 1Sd., G block 123y0d., triangle B 9 cat. ld., C.M. Co. L. lld., and Mr. Duneed 17d. Details. Locks Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hobaris are t buried in an upright position. There are ill tire pavement I several brasscs, us of Sir N. Dagworth, who died in 1401; . Cerlie, sister of Geofiry Baleyn, lord of 'the manor, 1459; v Anna, daughter of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOTREGN INTELLIGENCE. I ~~ ~ -I . _A.L FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDPNTS. THE TROUJBLJES ON THE MINGER. REPORTED FIGHTING, A? ENGLISH CAPTAIN WOUNDED. The Central News understands that farther disputes, involving questions of boundaries and protectorates, hcave taken place Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dr. Wambey for the plaintiffs; Mr. Keane, Q.C., and Dr. Spinks for the defendant. The testatrix, Mrs. Hannah Jacob, of Dagworth, Suffolk, died a short time ago at the advanced age of 95. She had lost her husband se long Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,P en J? am .i Arming Stock Salter & Simpson 23 Monks Eleigh : Farming Stock Biddell & Blencowe 23 Dagworth: Farming Stock Hunt _ Peddar 25 Finohingfield: Farming Stock Fitch & Sons 25 Polstead : Farming Stock Coote & Subscribers-only content

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