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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chapple Econmic History

    like the freehold Flemings on Great Tey manor and the customary Paynters (later Spendpenny farm) on Crepping manor, may have been yardlands or half yardlands. Flemings had been split by 1388 -9 when a field called Flemings Netherfield was held

    Townships Torver

    a member of the lordship or barony of Ulverston , 3 but a portion came into the possession of the Flemings of Aldingham , 4 and, descending to the Harringtons, 5 appears to have attracted to itself the rest of

    Medieval Beverley Trade and Industry

    had both a national and international dimension. Raw wool was exported to the cloth towns of the Low Countries . Flemings were trading in Beverley in the 12th century, when they gave their name to Flammengaria , later Flemingate. A

    Medieval Colchester Townspeople Origins of Freemen, 1327-1499

    John the Fleming was bailiff in the 1260s ; and at least fi ve other Flemings were recorded in 13 th-century Colchester . 42 Flemings appeared increasingly often in the borough courts from the late 14th century, and two allegedly

    Friaries The Austin friars

    slender steeple was ruined by a storm in 1362 . The convent saw something of the horrors of 1381: thirteen Flemings who had taken refuge in the church were dragged out and killed by the mob, 12 but the animosity

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SULYARD, Edward (?1540-1610), of Flemings, Essex.

    (?1540-1610), of Flemings, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Essex from c.1579, sheriff 1595-6. Biography Sulyard belonged to a branch of the Suffolk family which had settled in Essex in the fifteenth century. He succeeded to the manors

    WELLE, William, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    mentioned in 1375, when he began a lawsuit against one William Emanson of Grimsby because of trespasses committed by two Flemings for whom Emanson had stood as guarantor. As a young man he owed a good deal of his influence

    LONG, William II (d.c.1426), of Rye, Suss.

    wine ships reached Flanders safely in January 1411, the duke released the merchants, but kept their property, from which some Flemings hoped to gain compensation for English piracies, if the truce were not renewed. A petition to Henry IV from

    WILSON, Daniel (1680-1754), of Nether Levens, Westmld.

    pro-Whig regulation of that county’s commission of the peace. In October 1706 it was reported that his mother’s family the Flemings had resolved that Wilson should stand at the next Westmorland election, but in 1707 the objections of his grandfather

    STROTHER, John (d.1424), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Wallington, Northumb.

    received compensation. The reluctance of the port officials to release the vessels, even after they had paid £128 to the Flemings, gave rise to another round of appeals and petitions and actually led to the setting up of a commission

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mant," to pretend to make a machine that you hdad never seen ?" "Ath! na foi," said he, " we Flemings will undertake anythiitg; and thought I (ould not make a mengo. yet I ihonight you might occasionally visit my Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    popular; and he needed great popularity to keep united under one crown two nations 50 different as the Hollanders and Flemings in language, tnanner' and temperament. One quiet and popular reign would have done much to reconcile the Netherland portion Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    embraced each other in the midst of the general enthusiasm, and the old Generals could not suppress their emotion. The Flemings appear at no time to have been so overcome by these displays of feelings, as to let their arms Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    No- thing can be more self-refuting, however, than the endeavour to bring into contempt the present attitude of the insurgent Flemings; for if nothing more than a despecable faction, what must be the wisdom or courage of the King and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wales who are-almost all of them ignorant of the English lai- guage; with the exception of the descendants of the Flemings, who had a desolate tract of land in Pembrokeshire, and the inhabitants of a part of the mountainous county Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    20 April 1714, 20 April 1714

    ia " the County of Tork." Upon reading the Petition of Elizabeth Stratford Wi-|trat,ffrd & al« dow, William Prentice, Robert Flemings, tTbomas~~Milkfop, Lord'h'oIUs and others, whofe Names are fubfcribed, Creditors of Pet. referred the Right Honourable Francis and Denzill Lord Subscribers-only content

    28 November 1781, 28 November 1781

    that His Majefty had ap- " pointed this Day at Half-paft Two o'Clock at His ** Palace of St. James's."' Flemings again it Fleming : Cha'.merto g on feid Ap- Thomfon sgainSt Buchanan ctal. Johnfon g tart Hub- «'¦own againft Subscribers-only content

    10 December 1781, 10 December 1781

    Lincoln. Epus. Meneven. Epus. Ghceflr. Ds. Willoughby Br. Ds. Say & Sele. Ds. Chedworth. Ds. Sandys. Ds. Hazvke. Ds. Walfingham. Flemings ascainfl Fleming, The Houfe being moved, " That a Day may be ap- " pointed for hearing the Caufe Subscribers-only content

    8 March 1782, 8 March 1782

    Vifcount Montague. Vifcount Stormont. Vifcount Dudley & Ward. Vifcount Sackville. PRAYERS. After hearing Counfel in Part in the Caufe wherein Flemings Willielmina and Catherine Fleming are Appellants, and JS™*^ V[c~ Malcolm Fleming of Barrochan, Efquire, is Refpondent: It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1782, 11 March 1782

    Comes Mansfield. Vifcount Stormont. Vifcount Dudley Ö* Ward. Vifcount Sackville. PRAYERS. After hearing Counfel, as well Yefterday as this Day, Flemings upon the Petition and Appeal of WilUelmina and Catherine agfunft Fie« Fleming, Daughters of the deceafed William Fleming imn£" Subscribers-only content


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