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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Edmund , Bishop & Confessor, Gateshead

    28 John de Appleby , coll. 20 August, 1353 29 Adam Fenrother , occ. 10 January, 1366 -7; 30 res. 1376 31 Hugh de Conyngham, coll. by exch. with Fenrother , 5 August, 1376 32 Henry de Manchester , coll.

    Landownership Other medieval estates and freeholdings

    her issue, or in default to John Stokker of Willesden . 2 His property has not been traced further. FENROTHER Robert Fenrother , alderman and goldsmith of London , in 1525 left to his wife Julian his manor of Notting

    Theydon Bois Church

    s . 8 d . and to be worth £10. 51 In 1526 the priory leased the rectory to Juliana Fenrother at an annual rent of £4, and in the following year she was granted leave to cut down and

    Parishes Chobham

    is late 17th-century. It is said by Manning and Bray 2 t o have been the seat of Mr. Antony Fenrother in Elizabeth's reign. His daughter Joan married Samuel Thomas , and their son Sir Anthony Thomas succeeded. 3 His

    Cherry Hinton Manors and other estates

    , Lord Berkeley , granted its reversion to his younger son Thomas, who sold the manor in 1508 to Robert Fenrother , a London goldsmith. 5 It was subsequently included in the endowment of the Savoy Hospital founded in the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Maiors and Sheriffs.]

    the common Garner, called Leadenhal. A.D. 1512 . } { Robert Aldernes. * 4 Hen' VIII. } Sheriffs, { Robert Fenrother . MAIOR, Sir William Copinger, Fishmonger, Son to Walter Copinger of Buckfeill in Suffolk , for part of

    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Richard Cheney † Richard Croshaw John Carlior Sir James Drax Oliver Davis John Fox Sir Thomas Fowles Anthony Fickets Alderman Fenrother William Feake Hannah Girling John Hill Alderman Heydon Mrs. Agas Harding Tho. Jameson, Clerk †Robert Jenner John Loveday Alice

  • * British History Online * *

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    Undated certificates, Misc. MSS Box 91 [A]

    Henry Hichecok of London, Baker, partie playntif, being in variance betwene the same Henry on that oon partie and Robert Fenrother of london, Goldsmith . . . Pasteler, defendauntes on that other partie. Whiche gate hows and grounde the same

    Wills, 11-20 Henry VIII (1519-29)

    August, A.D. 1516. Roll 239 (25). ANNO 17 HENRY VIII. Monday the Feast of S. Leonard, Abbot [6 Nov. ] Fenrother (Robert), Alderman, 3 citizen and goldsmith. To Julian his wife all his manors, lands, and tenements in the county

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1503-1506, 01 January 1503-31 December 1506

    the said Fenrother, Rede and Uvedale for 100 l . each, payable at Pentecost, 1506 and 1507. 13 Cancelled by warrant , 21 and 22 Henry VII . (ii) Recognizance to the king for 1,000 l . by Fenrother, Rede Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1509, 01 September 1509-30 September 1509

    Tower and worked, fashioned and minted there from Mich., 24 Hen. VII. to Mich., 1 Hen. VIII. Gold. From Robert Fenrother and Wm. Rede, goldsmiths, masters, and the workers of the Mint, amounts (specified) received month by month down to

    Aldermen of the City of London, Aldersgate ward

    (S. 1494 5.) [Nominated: Sheriffs Hawes and Watts, R. Shore ] September 4, 1511 [Present October 7 ] 41 Robert Fenrother, Goldsmith S. 1512 3. [Nominated: Robert Ymbre, J. Dawes, Richard Smyth ] Died 1524; Will dated March 17, 1524,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Helmet, a Camphill, 6y Prince Rlupert, 4y AovmovATss.--Mortaicne, Lady Gowrie flly, Lily of Lonles, Niagara, Dauntless, Moonraker, Red Queen, Narni, Fenrother, Burnahy, Mascara, Camphill, Helmet, Counites Lilian, Proteus, Wan?beck. Border Kieg, Calyx, Folly .lrdean, Pozzonpanz, Oxeye, Mad?am Judas, Inch Girl, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Calthorpe'e Niagara, St'S81b.............. Robinson 2 Mr. Perkins's Fenrother, 8st 71b ..................... Fagan 3 Pursemaker (Heslop),Moonraker (Rhodes), Red Queen (Welden), Burnaby (J. Osborne), Carnation (Widdow- field), and Oubliette (Platt) also ran.-Bettiig: 5to4apt Fenrother, 2 to I1agst Niagara, S to? agst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING NEWS. Y To the Editor of ihp Daily 'Post.-Sir,-It would be impossible with the space at nmy command to refer in detail to the racing of the past week, even a if all of is was of first-rate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    6Chasses Cafe 8 9 Spray 8 6Llewellyn. . . 9 Carricic 9 1Orda .89 Landguard S SGaydell. . . 9 Fenrother.. .8 9F by Hampton-flies's Hlats Off .. .86~ dam . . ..8 6 4.45.-The OLDRAM PnnT of 200 sees; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 9 0 Duiwich. 9 0Janissary . 9 0 Liglitfoot .8 11 Tynan . ~9 0 Bioudina . . 811 Fenrother. . 9 0 Hop-pole. . . 11 Hats off . . .8 11 Guelder Bose. . 811 OunStetn .. Subscribers-only content

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