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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Fotheringhay

    Colleges Fotheringhay 42. THE COLLEGE OF FOTHERINGHAY Simon de St. Liz, the second earl of Northampton , founded a Cluniac nunnery at Fotheringhay , but in Stephen's reign it was removed to Delapre on the south side of Northampton .

    House of Cluniac nuns The abbey of Delapre

    Cluny . Leland states that they were in the first instance placed at Fotheringhay , but afterwards removed to Delapre. 2 The sisters retained the church of Fotheringhay , their original endowment, until the founding of the college at that

    Alien houses The priory of Beckford

    . 16 In 1462 Edward IV revoked that grant, and added Beckford to the endowment of the collegiate church of Fotheringhay . 17 Priors of Beckford 18 Peter de Hayn, ob. 1298 19 William de Bony, 1298 20 Lawrence Gerard

    Parishes Hemington

    cit., 710. H. K. Bonney , Hist. Notes on Fotheringhay ( 1821 ). The stalls are said to have been left by will to Hemington church by a farmer of Fotheringhay in the 18th cent. Inf. from Rev. F. H.

    Alien houses The priory of Newent

    1411 he granted all the possessions of the priory of Newent to his new foundation of the collegiate church of Fotheringhay . 22 Priors of Newent William de Hakeville, occurs 1243 23 Simon de Goupillariis, occurs 1290 24 and 1298

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth, June 1587, 01 June 1587-30 June 1587

    vhiche may declare to your majesty that ve the servantes vnto the late Quene of Scotland being still deteaned at Fotheringhay sence the death of the Quene's majesty our mistres hes thus long suffred the samin the more paciently that Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 13 July 1643, 13 July 1643-13 July 1643

    and Mr. Charles Blunt , Three Maid Servants, Five Trunks, and a Box, shall have a Pass, to go to Fotheringhay , in the County of North'ton , with a Coach and Four Horses, and Three Horsemen; the Coach, Horses,

    Elizabeth, February 1587, 01 February 1587-28 February 1587

    hereof do direct and advertise you, so soon as you shall have time convenient, to repair to our castle of Fotheringhay where the said Queen of Scots is in custody of our right trusty servant and counsellor Sir Amyas Paulet, Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    predicament of English position in, after peace treaty with Spain, 270 274. Lord Governor of, see Sydney. Foderingay , see Fotheringhay. Fointes , Count of, 401. Folles , Sir David, 20. Fontaine , M. de la, letter from, 135. his

    Journal of the House of Commons, November 1586, 04 November 1586-28 November 1586

    Petition of both Houses for Proclamation and Execution of the Sentence of the Lords and others the late Commissions at Fotheringhay in the proceedings there against Mary called the Queen of Scots . And that because the said Committees of

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    23 January 1705, 23 January 1706

    in a Bill, to fell a Term of Five Hurf- lifax's Eftate: dred Years in the Manor or Lordfhip of Fotheringhay, in the County of Northampton, late the Eftate of Wil¬ liam Lord Marquis of Halifax, to raife Monies, for Subscribers-only content

    22 December 1718, 22 December 1718

    houfe, in St. James's Square, in the Parifh of St. " James's, Wefimin/ler, and the Caftle and Manor of " Fotheringhay, in the County of Northampton, in Truf- " tees, to be fold, together with a Term of Five Hun- Subscribers-only content

    10 January 1718, 10 January 1719

    " St. James's, Wefiminfler, and the Caftle and Manor of Davijon, of Blaktflon, in the County of Durham, Efquire, " Fotheringhay, in the County of Northampton, in Truf- praying Leave to bring in a Bill, for the Purpofes therein '-' Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1718, 26 January 1719

    Houfe, in St. James's Square, in the Parifh of '* St. James's, Weftm'r, and the Caftle and Manor ** of Fotheringhay, in the County of Northampton, in " Truftees, to be fold, together with a Term of Five " Hundred Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    333. Flint, 494. Flixborough with Burton-upon-Stather, 482. Font- hill Gifford, 472. Fonthill Bishop, 472. Ford, 425. Fordham, 364. Fordingbridge, 473. Fotheringhay, 364. Fovant, 472. Friesthorpe, 546. Fring, 210. Frith Ville, 505. Frodingham, 482. Fugglestone St. Peter, 472.—Gainsborough, 505. Gam- ston, Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Dobinson, 4/4/1776

    Dobinson Forename Richard Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 4/4/1776 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fotheringhay// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 Act Book 1770 (uncatalogued) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

    Robert Linton, 10/11/1832

    Linton Forename Robert Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 10/11/1832 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fotheringhay// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 (Uncatalogued Act Book 1819-39) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819- 1839

    William Tait, 24/9/1814

    Tait Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 24/9/1814 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fotheringhay// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Parsons, John/Peterborough 1813- 1819 Comment

    George Griffiths, 24/4/1790

    Griffiths Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 24/4/1790 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fotheringhay// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment

    George Griffiths, 4/4/1776

    Griffiths Forename George Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 4/4/1776 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Fotheringhay// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 Act Book 1770 (uncatalogued) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Peterborough Cathedral on the 1st of August, 1587, the Queen's body having been removed on the preceding night from Fotheringhay Castle and deposited in the quire in a vault on the south side, opposite to the tomb of Katherine Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    manly places t of interest visited by the excursionists, iaeluding a Burghley House, Woftington, Falington, WVest Deeping, Northborough, 1Ifelpston, Barnack, Fotheringhay, Oandle, Woodford, Raunds, Finedon, Eighamerrers, Ea~rls-Bartonx, Cogenhoe, &d. The a paper was illustrated by a large number of draw. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    is the unhappy lady who was suc- cessively Queen of France and Queen of Scotland, and who was executed at Fotheringhay some three hundred years ago at the behest of Queen Eliza- beth. It is the desire of this White Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we are sorry to confess that in many respects the castigation is not undeserved. Messrs. Black announce "mThe Tragedy o Fotheringhay," by the Honourable Mrs. Maxwell Scott, of Abbotsford. It is founded on the recently-published journal of Dr. Bourgoing, physician Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on Thurfday, and found a verdid4 of DeTasrrZ otk." Laft Week, Mr. Ch appel, fen. horfe-dealer, on his return from Fotheringhay fair, swhere he had been drinking freely with his friends, fell off his horfe in the town of Elton, Subscribers-only content

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