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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Vale Royal The Abbey of St. Mary the Virgin, St. Nicholas, and St. Nicasus, Vale Royal

    had 'begun to found' at Darnhall and the colonizing monks from Dore did not arrive at Darnhall until February 1274 . 6 They were not welcome: in October 1275 some of the tenants of Darnhall were trying to withdraw customs

    Religious houses Introduction CHESHIRE RELIGIOUS HOUSES

    intended to be the largest and most splendid house of the order in England ; it failed, however, first at Darnhall and then at Vale Royal , to live up to the grandiose dream of its founder, the Lord Edward


    the Cawood family. 76 The hay was given by the Crown in 1270 as part of the foundation endowment of Darnhall abbey (Ches.). 77 The abbey granted it in 1276 to Warter priory, and Warter in 1279 to the chapter

    Index A-J

    , Chatterton , Thos., Chauncy : Thos. de, Wal. de, fam., Cheldale' (in Great Driffield ) , Cheshire , see Darnhall Chester : earl of, see Hugh honor of, 'Chetelstorp' (in Escrick ) , 'Chetelstorp' (? in Storwood ) ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Roger Whitley's Diary, June 1696, 01 June 1696-30 June 1696

    Mr Anderson; I stayd the sermon; Recorder & Sheriffs came in with me; drank a glasse of mumms; Lee of Darnhall came to see me, they all parted within 1/2 houer; Mainwaring came in, after supper (about 9) we went

    Roger Whitley's Diary, February 1695, 01 February 1695-28 February 1695

    naiels, for Griffith retorned with oates from Shotwick. 7. Thursday, Sparks came to me about the carpenters businesse; Lee of Darnhall dined with us, also Key, sister Whitley & Lloyd; after diner came G.Mainwaring; we parted past 4. past 5.

    Roger Whitley's Diary, October 1694, 01 October 1694-31 October 1694

    to walk the parket. then agen to the Penthouse; then home (about 2). Sir William Williams, his sonne, Lee of Darnhall, Streete, Mainwarings, Lloyd, Williamson, Cratchley,, Cumberbach, Hand, Johnson, William Murray dined with meingroy? and the al: Book came in

    General Index, D, E, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    trade of Darcy , Conyers, Lord Darcy and Meinill, afterwards first Earl of Holdernesse, warrant for grant of earldom to Darnhall (Darnewall), Cheshire. See Lea, Mr. Darrington , Mr., Mr. Hall's deputy Dartmouth , Lord. See Legge, Colonel George, afterwards Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 January 1682-31 December 1682

    his northern journey Laycock , Wilts., letter dated at, mentioned Layse [? Leitha ] , River Lea , Mr., of Darnhall (Darnewall), attends Monmouth on his northern journey Leargney , Mickle and Little, Kincardine, warrant for charter of new infeftment Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advancement of knowledge. PoxcrsExas.-Twenay of the desperate body of poachers Who lately scoured the woods of Edwin Corbett, Esq., of Darnhall, Cheshire, and afterwards surrounded the mansion and challenged the keepers to mortal combat, were apprehended last Friday, and lodged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    place on Saturday even- ing last, between the keepers of Mr Tollemache, of Tilston Lodge, M.P., and Mr Corbett, of Darnhall, and a party of poachers, which resulted in the defeat of the former, one of whom, named Richard Chesters, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. B. Bruce, Esq., Keole; 2nd, Mr. U. Cooke, jun., Darnliall-Ducks, any othervaiiety : lsa prize, Mr. Ii. Cook, jun., Darnhall; 2nd, Mr. Edward Bowers road Lane.-Goese, any colour: Ist price, Dir. William Furnival, Norton; 2nd, DNr. Jnhn Sheen, Tilstono-Turkeys, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a uarter tio ll4si, This day.... Feb. 25. i. . Norton. Thursday ,... ,, 26 ...,.. Appleton, Baturday...., , 28 .....,.Darnhall, THA! OLYIbVOLD HOUNDS.-At haV-past TM. This day .... Feb. 25 StarWood,. Thursday . ,, 2e ..,..... :Lygons Kennels. Saturday,,.,, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    7Three Potl Saturday. 29. Baxtorley Hall. THE CHESiRE HOUNDS.-At a quarter to jWA, This day. Feb. 26. Appleton, Saturday. 2. Darnhall. THE BUtSWOLD HO D.-At half.past TM This day ....Feb. 2 . Lyons Konoae. Saturday . 28. f BrimpsooldV llbgetS Subscribers-only content

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