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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stapenhill Economic history

    were growing. About the same time the abbey also acquired from Geoffrey de Gresley, the lord of Drakelow , similar pasture rights in Drakelow and Cauldwell and in places called 'Ruyhull' and 'Rodemor' after cropping had taken place. In the

    Stapenhill Established church

    Anglo-Saxon period. 8 The church may have had minster status: in the late 11th century there were dependent chapels at Drakelow , ' Heathcote ' (a lost settlement in Stanton township), and Newhall , as well as one at Cauldwell,

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Sewardsley

    1343 Margaret de Lodebrok, 31 elected 1349 Maud , 32 occurs 1371 Alice Basynge, 33 occurs 1432, resigned 1439 Alice Drakelow , 34 elected 1439 Eleanor Scaresbrig, 35 appointed 1526 Agnes Carter , 36 elected 1530 Elizabeth Campbell , 37

    Lichfield Parliamentary representation

    November that year the Gower candidate Henry Vernon was defeated by a local Tory, Sir Thomas Gresley , Bt., of Drakelow (Derb.). The corporation was active on Gresley's behalf and allegedly interfered with the poll. Over 100 men, most of

    Stapenhill Introduction

    parishes: the north-eastern part around Brizlincote Hall Farm to Bretby civil parish and the southern part around Drakelowe House to Drakelow . 5 The acreage of the Stapenhill ward of Burton county borough was 790 a. in 1921 , and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume G 246, December 1647, 01 December 1647-31 December 1647

    days; and having failed, we have granted an order for collecting them. We shall give notice to Hugh Wilbraham, of Drakelow, and proceed against him unless he pays in full. We doubt not that the other commissioners will proceed with Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, M

    named: Barne; Barnsley cum Dodsworth; Barrow; Barton; Birling; Birstall Garth; Bonyalva; Boyton; Bray; Bucklawren; Calstock; Catterick; Climsland Prior; Cookham; Denbigh, Drakelow; East Farleigh; East Greenwich; East Peckham; Eye; Eye Hall; Farrington Gurney; Goxhill; Grantham; Grinton; Guildford; Hendon; Heywood; Hogsthorpe; Hooe

    Cecil Papers, November 1602, 1-15, 01 November 1602-15 November 1602

    Deputy Lieutenant to the Earl of Shrewsbury; for which reasons I petition not to have that charge laid upon me. Drakelow, 12 Nov., 1602. Holograph . p. ( 96. 37.) Charles Comte d'Arenberg to Lord Cobham. 1602, Nov. 12/22. Monsieur,

    Index, D, 01 January 1602-31 March 1603

    185, 189, 239, 280, 344, 462, 698. letters dated from, 267 (2), 268, 279, 283. Drake , Sir Francis, 185. Drakelow , letter dated at, 469. Drayton , 448. Dreiton , 586. Drenaw , Baron of. See M nckwitz. Dresden

    Entry Book, March 1679, 16-20, 01 March 1679-31 March 1679

    Charles Osborne, Esqrs., their heirs and assigns, of the Honor of Eye, the manors of Grantham, Pevensey, Pattington, Penrith, Raylton, Drakelow and Rudheath, Higham Ferrers, Ferrington, Muchland and Havering, with their appurtenances, in reversion after the Queen Consort's death :

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRESLEY, Sir Thomas, 5th Bt. (1722-53), of Drakelow, Derbys.

    5th Bt. (1722-53), of Drakelow, Derbys. Constituency Dates Lichfield 23 Dec. 1753 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Derbys. 1750-1. Biography Gresley, who had inherited large Staffordshire estates from his mother,[footnote] was one of the heads of the Tory demonstration at Lichfield races

    GRESLEY, Sir Roger, 8th bt. (1799-1837), of Drakelow, near Burton-on-Trent, Staffs.

    Catholic emancipation was conceded in 1829.[footnote] He entertained his old Christ Church friends at Drakelow in January 1830. One of them, Sir John Benn Walsh*, observed: Drakelow is a curious old house. We dined in an immense parlour, quite out

    BAXTER, John, of Stafford.

    period. He was, on the other hand, clearly implicated in an assault on the late Sir John Gresley's manor of Drakelow in Derbyshire, which took place in the spring of 1395, shortly after Sir John's death. Together with his fellow

    GRESLEY, Sir Thomas (d.1445), of Colton, Staffs. and Drakelow, Derbys.

    of Colton, Staffs. and Drakelow, Derbys. Constituency Dates Derbyshire 1401 Staffordshire May 1413 Derbyshire Nov. 1414 Derbyshire 1417 Staffordshire 1419 Derbyshire May 1421 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Staffs. Apr. 1407, Jan. 1412 (persons liable for taxation), Derbys. Oct. 1439

    STANFORD, Richard, of Stafford.

    his partner in crime, John Baxter*, in 1396 after their armed raid on the late Sir John Gresley† manor of Drakelow in Derbyshire. They appear to have been acting on behalf of Sir John’s widow, who evidently planned to remove

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and has made Ill lije did servants comfortable for the reminder of their lives. . At Bath, yesterday week, Sir Negel GreesleysyBart of Drakelow, Derbyshire. Printed and-published by Jo HE fHuyv, at theEx syaE a01iec, 15, Beaufort Buildjigs% Straad.-OCC 7ado Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his own," as he imagined.- a7mfor d Newse. In consequenceof the riots at Derby, or from an apprehended attack upon Drakelow, the seat of Sir R. Crealey, the Liehfield troop of yeo- manry cavalry was called out on Tuesday morning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. I I Tuesday, Jan. 17. J. Heaward Hillhouse, Lancashire, farmer. J3 Glaves, Upper East Smithfield, master-mariner. J. Burke, Greenwichi, licensed-victualler. BANKRtiUPTCY SUt IERsED. P. Galpin, Fleet-st. stationer. , 1 BANKRUPTO. T. Parke, W~estbromstwicb. plumber. [Sutton, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I / COMMERCE. FUNDS. Price. SHARE LIST. Div. Paid. F'rice. SATURDAY. Grand Junction Canal.. 13 0 0100 232 Consols: .... 83& Manchester & Liyperpl. Do. Account. 831i Railway.. ... - - 9 0 9 00 100 200 3j New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Revsouties on ae lde EMypire. On the 1ath inst., in the 38th year of his age, Sir Roger.reisley, Bart., of Drakelow ball, Burton-on.Trent. On her passage to Quebec, Maria Ann, wife of Captaio E. Wilson, bark Asia ; also, of Subscribers-only content


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