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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The City of Leicester Schedule of schools

    date I.J. Cort Crescent 1938 Primary date I.J. Curzon St., St. Matthew 1852 C. of E. 1936 C. of E. Dannett St., St. Paul c . 1926 C. of E. c . 1937 C. of E. Deacon St., St. Andrew


    Dannett for eighty years at a rental of £48 19 s . 6 d ., and this seems to have been confirmed by the Crown in 1549 , with a reduction of the rent due; D. at Lytham .

    Leicester Index A - Z

    9, 17, 31, 53, 107, 291, 381-2; man. house, 383; see also Danet fam., Noble fam., Watts, Dr. Wm . Dannett St ., sch., see L., St. Paul's par., sch. Deacon , Mr., ward, 156, 157, 159 365. Deacon St

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DANNETT, Leonard (by 1530-91), of Dannett's Hall, Bruntingthorpe, Leics.

    Leonard Dannett came of a family long established in Leicestershire. His grandfather and father both served in Henry VIII’s household and both made advantageous marriages, Gerard Dannett to a sister and coheir of Sir Edward Belknap and John Dannett to

    DANNETT, Thomas (b.1543-?1601), of Stockland Lovell, Som. and London.

    to Burghley unsuccessfully soliciting the office of clerk of the Council for Dannett, whom he extolled for his honesty, sincerity, secrecy and learning. Applying, again unsuccessfully, in 1586, Dannett this time enlisted the help of Secretary Davison. He may have

    DANNETT, Audley (c.1546-91), of St. Andrew-in-the-Wardrobe, London.

    of secretary to the ambassador in Paris. Next, Dannett entered the service of Thomas Wilson, lately appointed secretary of state, where he probably remained until the latter’s death. During this period Dannett acquired the confidence of Francis Walsingham. When he

    DANNETT, Leonard (c.1530-91), of Dannetts Hall, Bruntingthorpe, Leics.

    Belknap, acquiring estates in Warwickshire, Kent and Surrey. His son Sir John Dannett also married an heiress, so, on the death of his grandmother in 1556, Leonard Dannett came into a valuable inheritance. Licensed to enter on his lands in

    FORTH, Hugh (1610-76), of Clapham, Surr.

    family to sit in Parliament. He does not seem to have been related to the London aldermen and excise farmers, Dannett and John Forth, though he may have shared their religious sympathies, for his widow came from a strongly Presbyterian

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . 154 *Cliubb . . . 109 H. Priteliard . 170 Thomsoi . 148 *Holt . . . 97 Dannett . 167 Robbtti 147 *Bowle . . 71 Ashurst . . 161 Wheelton . . 147 *Thomas . 71 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IC- I I I FOR SE-HORSES, 10ARRIAGES, & OGOART (two-wheel),, with head; in splenddc .LJeacrifice, -Brittain, lristoltitreet, d.5 r IG11 (Dannett) cloth trimingsrige brass MOnta G.A and easy riding gig in the Midlands. agj5 ipJ Bristol Street. rii l~dsha), arne3fourcakal;cssi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    F. W. Macdonald, W. H. Tindall, Norton, Jones, Newton. J. Jutsum, J. Crump, Prest, Andrews, Chapple, Taylor, Rodgers, Startup, Boyns, Dannett, P'arkes, bliddleton, Gibson, Bevan, Clogg,' G. Parker, Nightingale, Fyre, Davenport, Nattrass, Pordige, Broadbent, Peet, Peers, and Barber. Of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _______ EDUCATION~AL. B IR3MTNGH-Al CENTRAL BIGH SCHOOL -" FOR GIRLS. AT O EN'S, COLLEGE.-SUMMER TERM COMMYONCES~ay3. T ees.:--I tiunder10 RI.&; underl2.54. 4s.;underl414.14as.fd;a, rcl4 .La.lIs.fdos tsnuing as at age of entrance. For Prospectus, apply to ler. Joseph Lewis, F.C.A. * Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ioectt.eIngertions of the classes of smal Advertisemen patmaiebelow the following are the Preriaid charges, whiclh matb pi nPostal noua, in all ceal,0 thie Asddreie cosnited' as extra:- 16 Words, once 6... d. 17 to 32 Words, once.... is. Od. Subscribers-only content

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