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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    nunquam moritura verissimè prædicavit. Honestè vixit, Neminem lasit, Suum cuique tribuit. Hic requiescit in Domino Gulielmus Dethick , Eques Auratus, filius & hæres Gilberti Dethick , Equitis Aurati. Qui ambo fuerunt Garterii Principales Reges Armorum Angliæ. Quorum hic An. 1584

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Dethick Garter.

    these Things, I cannot determine. For Dethick was a Man of great Pride and Passion, (whereby he procured to himself many Enemies) otherwise a Man of Wor th and Learning. His Father, Sir Gilbert Dethick , Garter, had been in

    Book 3, Chapter 11 [Monuments.] Castle Baynard Ward. [Monuments.]

    vixi, invigilans prolique larique, Sara viro, mundo Martha, Maria Deo. Memoriæ Sacrum. Selectissimæ feminæ Joannæ, uxoris Gilberti Dethick , fil. 2. Domini Gulielmi Dethick , M tis filiæ Alexandri Serle, Regiæ Majestatis Procuratoris Gen l & Margaretæ uxoris suæ. Quæ

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Dethick Garter.

    of Heralds. Dethick Garter. guages, Travel, and Experience: But as for their Dealings in Pedigrees of Nobility, they did but privately collect and observe the Marriages and Issues of Princes, Nobles, and Gentlemen, for their better Knowledge and Remembrance; whereof

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Commissions.

    Majesties Commission under the Great Seal of England , to Us directed in that behalf. Kings at Arms Garter, William Dethick . Clarencieux, William Camden . Norroy, William Segar . Heralds Lancaster , Nic. Paddy. Chester , James Thomas .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The friars of the sack, Canterbury

    by lease under the corporation of Canterbury in the fourteenth century. In 1544 it was granted to Thomas Babington of Dethick , Derbyshire , being at that time in the tenure of John Welett. 28 It afterwards came into the

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Breadsall

    per annum, and the half of the rectory at £5. This William Dethick was the son of William Dethick by Cecilia the heiress of Curzon. 9 William Dethick , though he obtained the sanction of the inquest for this alienation,

    Parishes Dodderhill

    among them, 182 but it finally passed to Margaret, who married John Dethick , 183 son of Ralph Dethick of Dethick Hall , co. Derby . Richard Dethick , grandson of John and Margaret, settled it on his son Richard

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Felley

    like fashion. 11 In 1279 Sir Geoffrey de Dethick assigned lands to Thomas, Prior of Felley, on condition of the priory maintaining a chaplain to celebrate daily in the chapel of Dethick , Derbyshire , for himself and all his

    The borough of Droitwich Introduction and borough

    Henry VI (see below, p. 79) and Dethick 's suit in the 16th century show that there were some commons; Prattinton MSS.; Droitwich MSS. no. 416, 429. The burgesses claimed common on Dethick 's lands 'after sickle and scythe.' A

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DETHICK, Sir William (d.1408/10), of Dethick and Radbourne, Derbys. and Mattersey, Notts.

    DETHICK, Sir William (d.1408/10), of Dethick and Radbourne, Derbys. and Mattersey, Notts. Constituency Dates Derbyshire Nov. 1384 Derbyshire 1386 Derbyshire Jan. 1397 Ofifces Held Collector of a tax, Derbys. Nov. 1377, Dec. 1384. Ofifces Held Commr. to make arrests, Derbys.

    BABINGTON, Anthony (by 1476-1536), of Dethick, Derbys. and Kingston-on-Soar, Notts.

    (by 1476-1536), of Dethick, Derbys. and Kingston-on-Soar, Notts. Constituency Dates Nottingham 1529 Nottingham 1536 Ofifces Held Autumn reader, I. Temple 1513, treasurer 1520-1, gov. by July 1521-d. Ofifces Held J.p. Notts. 1511-d., Leics. 1515, Derbys. 1520-d.; commr. subsidy, Notts. 1512,

    HUSSEY, Ralph, of Oxton, Notts.

    the Dethicks of Derbyshire, no doubt as a result of his marriage to Margery, the widow and executrix of Robert Dethick, the allocation of whose dower proved a matter of some contention. It was in 1421 that he accused Robert’s

    MORE, Francis (by 1525-?75).

    This Francis More had leased manors in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire for his and his son’s lives from Francis Babington of Dethick, with remainder in default of issue to Thomas, son of (Sir) William Cordell. No other link between More and

    RUDGE, Edward (1630-96), of St. Mary Axe, London

    Biography Rudge was a successful metropolitan merchant trading to the Mediterranean and Leghorn, and later to India. Through his father-in-law, Dethick, he met Sir John Banks*, the three of them undertaking several joint trading ventures. After joining the East India

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the High Court of Chancery. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. W. Farrar and I. Parlonr, Red Lion wharf, Hoxton, atone merchants--S. and J1. Dethick and T. Weboter, Newton heath, near Manchester, hreweru-D. and H. J1. Nicoll, Regent otreet, tailoru-E. Coweher and T. Wetherhead, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Broemley. Kent. Wilniam Pulsfsrd France, Bsq.. 20, Wharf. Paddington Basin TI~mber Merchant and Contraotor to the Board of Oirdnancel. WThli Dethick, Esq., 'Wharf,, ,Great Cambridg Street, Hacnney Read iCentractor to Metropolitan BSoard f Werks). Boehet Hamond, Esq., It, Royal Terrace, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    andidad JU1n0tl6en8 Lie at the Crosnier Station. and abuttn. o h south side on the public highway leadlog facnm cnoodt Dethick; rao Ouetdin lends and houses sItuate in. the paVho an Alk- Imend Doeb Inthecounty of- Derby, lyin en the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Davis.-Wilians GroyamidJohn Cray, sjut corn factors, Susethwick, eo far ns rcgards John Gray, jim,- Wli;ianm Cooper, Joseph Nixons, cud WVlliamn Dethick, earthens. wore mafnufacturers, Viadlect WVorkes, Carolise Street, Longton, so far as regards Joseph Nixon. TIEe MoDsSrvY HARmEeaS.-Tlho first utoeting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Crown Hotel, Blridglorth - Friday, 7, Wlerlock. ELro r PEAiK fAiSllrnsaB (at 12).-Taesday, November-4, Tsd- dingtorr Iligh Mgerc; Saturday, 8, Dethick M Hoor, ItoB HAjt iairx:s (at ll).-Tuesday, November 4, the Kennels; Saturday, S, Glewvstone (at 10.30). Mr. J. ,. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1791, 19 April 1791

    the Order.—J On the 12th of March " 1672, the Caufe was heard, and the Appeal dif- " miffed. " Dethick agairft Bradbourne. — Writ of Error brought in 21ft of December 1660.—Parliament diffolved the 29th of the fame Month.—No Subscribers-only content

    19 April 1791, 19 April 1791

    - - 1. " Crouch v. Haynes " S. C, " Streater's Cafe - - - " S. C. " Dethick v. Bradbourne " Moor v. Plowman *' Pritchard's Cafe " S. C. " Wortley v. Holt " S. C. Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1834, 6 June 1834

    St. intin. Glossop: Alton & Bradley-le- Moors: 3\V' orth: Bonsall: Dethick & Lea: Darley: Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of the Parish of Garwich, in the County of Derby, whose Names are thereunto subscribed; praying their Lordships " Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Regis; and East Retford, 511.—Haddenham, 532.— Camberwell; Polesworth; and Belper, 558.— Gar- wich ; Glossop ; Alton and Bradley-le-Moors; Bonsall; Dethick and Lea; Darley; and Stoney Middleton, 559.— Claines; Plymouth; and Stonehouse, 568. — Stanhope Street Chapel, Hampstead Road; Hinde Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Eighth, Ninth, Tenth and Eleventh Volumes of the Journals of the House of Commons

    Cornbury, Lord, Henry, IX. 197. Cotterell, Sir Charles, IX. 380. Courthop, Sir George, IX. 197. Dennis, Mr. Nicholas, IX. 192. Dethick, Sir John, X. 197. Dillington, Sir Robert, IX. 192. DowdefVell, Mr. Richard, IX. 194. Dolman, Sir Thomas, IX. 346. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Ward, 17/6/1799

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 120048 Linked to person: Ward, Richard 1797-1799 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ward Forename Richard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 17/6/1799 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical

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