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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Radford , St Lazarus or the Holy Sepulchre

    Stafford . 2 Little is known of the hospital's endowments or privileges, which were evidently meagre. In 1255 Hugh de Doxey granted a moiety of two crofts in Silkmore (in Castle Church ) to Walter, Master of the Hospital of

    Castle Church

    Dokesey (or Doxey ) was a tenant of the barony of Stafford in Silkmore early in the 13th century, and his widow, Alice, was seeking custody of his lands in 1230 . 327 In 1255 another Hugh de Doxey conveyed

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    , Wm. de, 115 Downynge , Edm., 111, 130 Doxey (Dokesey), Alice, 93; Hugh de (fl. early 13th cent.), 93; Hugh de (fl. 1255), 93; Marg. de, 93; Rob. de, 89 Doxey (in Seighford ), 89 Drakeford , Edw., 91;

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    Chas. Theoph., 209 Dorset , earl of, see Sackville Dorton (Bucks.), 125, 172, 175 Dowbiggin , Sam., architect, 8, 15 Doxey , Isaac, 213 Doyley , Sir Cope , 10, 88; Dot., m. 1 Thrs., 2 John Owen , 91;

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAUGHTON, Humphrey (d.1420), of Haughton, Staffs.

    was almost immediately sued by Nicholas and Isabel Rickhill for possession of her husband’s manors of Haughton, High Offley and Doxey, although since the Rickhills claimed to be heirs to the property the action may well have been collusive. Isabel

    FRANCIS, Sir Robert (d.1419/20), of Foremark, Derbys.

    churches of Longford and Preston-on-the-Weald Moors in Shropshire. We do not know when Isabel obtained possession of the manor of Doxey and other land in the High Offley and Bradley area of Staffordshire, but it seems likely that they were

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Owen, A. O'Neill, W. Greaney, J. Finnemore, NV. K. Cox, J.,T. Botlin, J. Hubue, G. West, C. G. Baskervilie, 1. Doxey, R. Fletcher, --\ G-. Asthury, F. R. Evans, Ri. Weaver, P. E,. Wilson, T. -W. Slater, E. Abbott, T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J lmo ...... .........1 Doll, 1 year old, by Lord Lichfield's Bang, dais Lord Lice- fieldt's Bloom I..... , 1 Doxey, 1 year old, by Lord Lichileld's Bang, dim.t.rd Lich-.- field's Bloom RnnLoveLssh 13 R ETRI2EVERts. ... .... 1 RHike, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    take his trial at Ste fford. STAFF'ORD . SERoUs ACcIDFNT Tlo A CflLD.-The wife of Mr. Benjamin Cotton, fa.rmer, of Doxey, near this town, having itlcautiously left her daughter, a little girl about two years old; in the bedroom with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    appeared for the pro- seeution, nd lMr. Staveley Hill for the defence. The prosecutor, who is a farnier living at Doxey, heel twenty-one sheep in s feld of his on the 30th of January, and on the following day one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fulham Road, Brompton London' breoder, H. Gil- bert, iEsq.; "Bloomer." Commendea: Exhibitor and brooder, Mr. Thomas Statter, Stand Hill, Manchester; "Doxey," age 2 years, by Mr. Comberbach's Don-Jane. CIAss22.-PoNTERns-BMi DiueSrzE. Cru3sroN CLAss.-l'or previous winners of a first prize.-Prize. Exhibitor, Mr. Subscribers-only content

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