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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Landwade Economic history

    a., with each being grown in equal proportions. 15 In 1407 pasture included Chekker meadow north of the mill-pond, and Feltons meadow to the east. 16 In 1700 a 20-a. plot of pasture was leased to a Cambridge alderman. 17

    Fordham Economic history

    In the 17th century many of Christ 's College's strips belonging to Coggeshall manor adjoined those of Trinity Hall 's Feltons demesne, suggesting that those manors' openfield blocks had been physically divided. 65 Of c . 1,000 a. of tenanted

    Fordham Manors and other estates

    it c . 1385 to remarry, 96 Joan apparently kept that manor, 97 thenceforth styled FELTONS or HENGRAVES , 98 after 1600 more often simply FELTONS , 99 until she died after 1412. 1 The reversioner, Mary's brother-inlaw Sir Thomas

    Fordham Local government

    agrarian bylaws for it. In early modern times all four manors in Fordham had courts baron. Court rolls survive for Feltons for 1493-6 95 and 1529-43 , 96 followed by a court book for 1623-98 . 97 Its court still

    Index A-J

    chattels , Felton : Joan, w. of Sir Thos ., Marg., m. Sir Edm. Hengrave (d. 1374), Sir Thos ., Feltons man. , see Fordham Feltwell (Norf.) : ch., female farmworkers , Fen Ditton and Horningsea man. , see Ditton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FELTON, George (by 1521-62/70), of Pentlow, Essex.

    Vere, 16th Earl of Oxford by 1551; j.p. Essex 1554. Biography The Feltons of Pentlow seem to have sprung from the same family as the more prominent Feltons of Playford, Suffolk. George Felton’s great-grandfather had acquired Pentlow towards the end

    FELTON, Sir John (c.1339-1396), of Edlingham, Northumb.

    July 1389. Ofifces Held J.p. Northumb. 15 July 1389-d. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northumb. 7 Nov. 1390-28 Nov. 1391. Biography The Feltons rose to occupy a position of influence on the Scottish border through the efforts of Sir William Felton the

    HASTINGS, Sir Edmund (d.1448), of Roxby, Yorks. and Edlingham, Northumb.

    status), was now well placed to extend his influence northwards, which he did systematically over the next few years. The Feltons also owned the manor of Hinton and other farmland worth about £20 p.a. in Northamptonshire, although an entail made

    GURNEY, John (d.1408), of Harpley and West Barsham, Norf.

    as one of the Lords Appellant, Arundel seized control of the government. Gurney’s parents had been closely associated with the Feltons of Litcham, Norfolk, and from 1384 until the year of his death he himself acted as a trustee of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    10, Bhb?1 WYee'od S, SsR . . t 30).-This day, November I. Baschureh~ Saturday, 11, W~hitehuire; Mondav 13, " ' Feltons; Wednesday, In, Pa~ck Saddle, Bridge; ilurdsda, 10 Broughton; tSsturday, IS, Whitchslrch.- DOVE VAL^LEY HAsenEelS (at 11.30).-This day, November11 Waterhouess Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    estate was left to tile luanagemsent of the ofhicial assignee. Mr. Kuiglet appeared for the petitioner. Icc rc IV. Jones, Feltons, late a sictseailes.-First sitting.-Tlcis case was also left to the official assignee; Mr. Knight also appear- ing for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Punblic 4'Eoticcm 'IHE MIDLAND WAIION COMPAN-Y, ESTA B WIJ/1E15 1853 1WANUFACJTUR'IiEtl iof RZATIlWAY CARRIACES M 1111 WAGOIINS of eveury les111rilloillt. 1'Oylmlet ky Cash, or ii- teuforred l'iIll) ex rtriotijig over 11 :;neSv, Of 50011r.q 'Ihe li9plyico f1,8003 CISAI 0011., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0b 6nctsL.- rd~ heat: O.. Spencer, Worceeter. l0b, 1: Greustreir, 'Blrrmlghsca, 7j; ,2: ]EL Joncs, Daylaston. 16, 8; E. LI. Feltons, K 0. won by a yavd.-ith~ heat: J. Dl~dgway, 16&.'l T. Fre ian 22k. 2;. 'W. (dormid, la. 8; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pojicletead ls; .oo and .Other.Wr.c.. a ; kgency. fOr the above aldth"im irfoodis, by gentleman wne j.,pUioted with the trade. andl leAing a Town and "Country conne, ton -Address. 4gent, at llorncastlees, 2, Queen Street, RQC c697I JfittNHouein ~tho Subscribers-only content

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