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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hampton Lovett

    , 1623 (Harl. Soc.), ii, 305. Joan widow of Robert de Harley the younger married as a second husband John Darras and seems to have been in possession of a moiety of the manor of Hampton Lovett in 1398 (Feet

    Linley LINLEY 1901

    Later the manor was again divided, for in 1361 Ralph Darras (de Arras ) was succeeded in a third of the manor by his son John, a minor. 39 John Darras had interests in the manor in 1395 . 40

    Parishes Ribbesford with the borough of Bewdley

    in 1379 the manor was the subject of a lawsuit between John Darras and his aunts, Burga and Elizabeth le Forcer, and John de Resunden. 193 John Darras was the son of Joan , one of the three granddaughters and

    Index A-J

    Army; Voluntary Aid Detachments Arnegreave brookc (Mallebroch) , Arnketil (Archetel, fl. 1066) , Arnulf (fl. 1185) , Arras , see Darras Art , Royal Academy of, president (P.R.A.), artillery , see army; shooting artists and designers , see Bodley ,

    Eaton-under-Heywood PART OF EATON - UNDER - HEYWOOD 1842

    on Roger of Ightfield , described as Joan's son and heir, 9 but by 1398 Joan and her husband John Darras were in possession. 10 About 1616 Sir Francis Lacon conveyed the manor, with Gretton (in Cardington and Rushbury ),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DARRAS, John (c.1355-1408), of Sidbury and Neenton, Salop.

    Darras was pardoned for acquiring, without royal licence, a parcel of land in Worfield and a moiety of the forestership of Morfe, but, the lesson unlearned, he then sold the properties, again without licence, to Richard Parlour* of Bridgnorth.

    CORBET, Sir Roger (d.1395), of Moreton Corbet, Salop.

    Elizabeth, who had by then married John Mawddwy, lord of Dinas Mawddwy, came of age. On 7 June Corbet and Darras along with their supporters (who included Sir Hugh Cheyne*, Sir Richard Ludlow*, Thomas Young I* and Malcolm de la

    MARE, Malcolm de la (d.c.1399), of Yatton and Little Hereford, Herefs. and Kidderminster, Worcs.

    MARE, Malcolm de la (d.c.1399), of Yatton and Little Hereford, Herefs. and Kidderminster, Worcs. Constituency Dates Herefordshire Sept. 1388 Ofifces Held Commr. of arrest, Salop Feb. 1382; inquiry July 1390 (lands of Anne, countess of Pembroke). Ofifces Held Tax

    PARLOUR, Richard, of Bridgnorth, Salop.

    PARLOUR, Richard, of Bridgnorth, Salop. Constituency Dates Bridgnorth Apr. 1414 Bridgnorth Nov. 1414 Bridgnorth Mar. 1416 Bridgnorth 1417 Bridgnorth 1419 Bridgnorth Dec. 1421 Bridgnorth 1422 Bridgnorth 1426 Bridgnorth 1433 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Bridgnorth Sept. 1416-17, 1426-7, 1432-3, 1438-9. Biography

    PESHALE, Hamon (d.c.1398), of Salop.

    PESHALE, Hamon (d.c.1398), of Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1386 Biography Hamon was overshadowed by his quarrelsome elder brothers and was frequently drawn into their disputes. Like Adam he was a retainer of Hugh, earl of Stafford, and he ‘et

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    39. . The Portrait of Cervantes, 67..A Day at Boulogne, 100..Miss Phillips in Imogen, 116. .The Casket, 186..Messrs. Manche and Darras, 262. .Thierna -vra.Oge, 262. .Mgsaniello, 22. ..The Partisans, 325..The Jealous Wife, 357. .Hamlet, 627. .Mr. Incledon in Young Mfeadows, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    its Iftllattlalolei egn, Sir. t5'NeTili'o Black Sacs Sit. Osjborne's, WeestLer cyst Sir. llobsoti tic Portintcuenl AMIr. Brownco A"yrarctiout aget Sr. Darras its Wanderiag NVills Stir. Roebinicon its ictip Sicary cyst SAIr. Lider's Stars anld Stripes Sir. Collieseti as lcIghtt Steel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    agent. Jome: TEoAs, St. John Street, Whitland, Carmarthenshire, saddler. Joa ,q DaVIzs, Oxford Street and High Street, Swansea, draper. DArsD Darras, trading as D. B. Davies, Hafod, Glamorgan. shire, grocer. Jous: DAVIEns, Oxford Street, Mountain Ash, Glarnorganshire, painter, glazier, Daper-hanger. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the subsequent discussion have given rise. Afterwards a masterly explanation of the new American Copyright Law was given by h.l Darras, of the Paris Bar, and an animated debate followed. THE STATISTICAL CONGRESS. -VIxNsA, September 28.-The delegates to the third Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consequently the army doctor was held responsible exclusively to the military, authorities for all that had occurred. Theofficers comtcsingthecourt-martial-allof ieldrank,urithGeneral Darras as president-are sitting in the ball of the prison used for. these trials. At half-past twelve the command " Subscribers-only content

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