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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cluniac monks The priory of St Augustine , Daventry

    performed for him as for a monk of Daventry . And the like were they of Coventry to perform for those of Daventry touching such as should be sent thither from Daventry . And that if any of either convent

    Hospitals St Margaret , Huntingdon

    John de Askham , 13 appointed 1334 to 1342. Henry de Yaxley , 14 appointed Oct. 1361 . Richard de Daventry , 15 appointed Dec. 1361 . Richard de la Shawe, 16 occurs 1370. John Russell , 17 resigned 1379.

    Hospitals Pirho

    the diocesan registers from 1289. Priors or Masters of Pirho Philip of Putesle, 16 instituted 1290, died 1305 Simon of Daventry , 17 instituted 1305, died 1310 John of Wynceby, 18 instituted 1310 John of Veer, 19 instituted 1330 Henry

    The hundred of Desborough Bradenham

    1262 -3 it was declared to revert to Walter de Daventry , who represented Joan, younger sister and co-heir of Margaret Doyley . 15 Robert son of Walter de Daventry succeeded his father some time before 1272, in which year

    Foxton

    fact have acquired most or all of the manorial lands. The DAVENTRY manor at Foxton originated in the glebe land attached to Foxton church, which was given to Daventry Priory by Robert son of Vitalis in 1109 . In 1143

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALWYN, Philip (d.c.1395), of Tingrith, Beds.

    probably marks the date of their marriage. Joan’s only brother, Thomas Daventry, had died without issue in 1381, leaving her and her sister to partition the family estates in Daventry and Tingrith. Joan duly received one half of each manor,

    DOVETON, Gabriel (1760-1824), of Everdon House, nr. Daventry, Northants. and 5 Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, Mdx.

    of Everdon House, nr. Daventry, Northants. and 5 Henrietta Street, Cavendish Square, Mdx. Constituency Dates Lancaster 1812 9 Apr. 1824 Ofifces Held Cadet, E.I. Co. (Madras) 1775, ensign 1776, lt. 1780, capt. 1789, maj. 1796, lt.-col. 1809, maj.-gen. 1812-d. Biography

    BISPHAM, William (d.1408), of Leicester.

    and Warws. 1399-d. Ofifces Held Duchy bailiff, Leicester 1391-1403. Ofifces Held Dep. steward, duchy honour of Leicester 1392-3, 1401-2, in Daventry 1401. Ofifces Held Dep. receiver, Leicester 1401-2. Ofifces Held Collector, Northants., Leics., Warws. of the aid for the marriage

    LOPYNFORD, John, of Honiton, Devon.

    from the same shires, although early in his career, in 1389, he stood surety in Chancery for a monk from Daventry priory, Northamptonshire, who was being sued for trespass by the Crown. In February 1397 one William Cullyng, a prisoner

    SPENCER, John (c.1549-1600), of Newnham, Warws. and Althorp, Northants.

    from c.1577, Northants. from c.1584; sheriff, Northants. 1578-9, 1590-1, commr. musters by 1593-7; steward of Higham Ferrers, Daventry, Long Buckby and Passenham from 1592. Biography The Spencers’ administration of their Northamptonshire and Warwickshire estates was admired and often emulated by

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 TOWER of London. Occurrences.

    he escaped; and upon the 21st he was proclaimed Traitor; upon the 22d he was taken by Collonel Ingoldsby near Daventry ; and on the 24th was brought to London , and again committed to the Tower. In the Year

    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 List of Stage Coaches and Carriers.

    in Summer. Dorset Carrier, Rose Holborn-bridge , monday. Coach, Bell Strand , mon. thurs. Dorsetshire Carrier, Crown Basing-lane , sat. Daventry Carrier, 3 Cups St. John's-street , sat. Coach ditto mon. Durham Carrier, White Horse Cripplegate , mon. Dunmore Carrier,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    having been suspected from various circumstances that-the bils were not good, thbee Police Officers from this place- traced then to Daventry, where tbeywere -found in bed. The OtrIcers rushed into tie roor -preseded t pistol to; each of toeeaned threatened Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    must- indeed be of (ihe nIo5t distres5ing!atnre.-The following is the account given by the Butler.-" Lieut. Sharpe was quartered at Daventry ' The lady was theeldest daughter of Sir Stakely Sbackbarght l3art5 a beautiful girl, of the age of 19 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    recovered from her acconchement.-The prisoner seemed quite in- different about the matter, and laughed and winked at his first wife.-He was remnauded, to give tinie for a copy of the register of the first marriage to be procured from Daventry. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Five. 'Hnlyhead, Shrewesliury, and Bi miugham (Morning) Six. Portsmouth, isle of %Wightj Rocket (Morning) Half past Seven. Warwick, Leamington, and Daventry (ovrning) Half-past Six. Chichester and Miyidhurst (Morning) Seven. Ipsaich and Colchester (Neon) Half-post Twelve. Liverpool; Lancaster; a i and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and J. B. Taylor, Stockport, iron-founders. [Back, Veralan buildings, Gray's inn. J. Bottomley, Weakey, Yorkshire, clothier. [Brundrett, Temple. NW. Rendrick, Daventry, grocer. [Hindmarsh, Crescent, Jewin street. T. Haspell, Manchester; cordwainer. [Adlington and Co. Bedford rovr. IV. Poynter, Lamb's Conduit street, Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Beneventa Lodge

    (1781): 0 Lodge Number (1792): 0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 2380 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Wheatsheaf Hotel, Sheaf Street, Daventry, Northamptonshire 1891

    Coritani Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Wheatsheaf Hotel , Daventry , Northamptonshire , England 1965 Masonic Hall , 14 High Street , Daventry, Northamptonshire , England 1975

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 1st August 1832

    lunched there. At 14 minutes past two we left it. A ¼ past 3. We have just changed horses at Daventry . The road continues to be very dusty. 1 minute past ½ past 3. We have just passed through

 

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