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  • * Victoria County History *

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    West Drayton Manors

    occupation of members of the Partridge family. 31 In 1564 the Bishop of London leased the demesne estate to Marmaduke Fulnetby for a term of years, 32 but from 1595 to 1839 leases were invariably for three lives. Courts and

    Edmonton Other estates

    as of Weir Hall in the early 16th century, 69 may have acquired the estate in 1491 , when Thomas Fulnetby granted two houses and 122 a. to John Leake and others. 70 In 1605 Weir Hall formed part of

    Index A-J

    Sons , Bristol , Full Gospel Churches , chs., Full Gospel Testimony Believers , Fullalove , Jos., Fullard , Thos., Fulnetby , John, Fussell , John, Futurist Cinema , Gabriel and Co. , Gage , Bridget, m. Thos. Belasyse, Vct.

    Religious History Churches built before 1800

    Chantrey, of William Murdock (d. 1839); and a mural tablet on the east wall of the north chapel to John Fulnetby , B.D. (d. 1636), Archdeacon of Stafford , Canon of Lichfield and Rector of Handsworth . In the floor,

    Index K-Z

    manor, Lichfield , diocese, bps., ( and see Hacket , Ryder, and bps. of Coventry and Lichfield ), canons, see Fulnetby , Stafford (John de), chancellor, see Law (J. T.), dean and chapter, Lichfield rd. , Lichfield Rd. chap. (Wesleyan

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DALE, Roger, of Grimsby, Lincs.

    for 'riding to Whitehill before the holding of the sessions of the peace in Grimsby'. We know, too, that he twice acted as a mainpernor for two other local MPs, namely Simon Elkyngton* (in 1422) and Richard Fulnetby (in 1427).[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f enfeofling Magister Adam do AryoyneAcheaono e Norfolk, of certain lands and tenemenits inl Drax and inl 1353 Thomas de Fulnetby and Elizabeth Iiiis wieaim ,40s. for licease of acquiring am moiety of the manor of Da e -with its Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    :NEWS OF TNE CEURCHES. W iPREFERMENTTS AND APPOINTMENTS. I .. 12broni tha " Guardiana" Brown Rev. Albert Edward, Curate; Vicar of Loanguor, Buxton. Patron, the Vicar of Alstonield. U5 Carpe 1er e. A. Bloyd,. ALA., Rector of St. George's, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named Thomas Peel, vvas charged with having committed several violent as- saults upou a young man named Mark Brewer, of Fulnetby. Poiice Superintendent Thoresby, of Market Rasen, deposed that he visited Brewer's house, where he found him ill in bed. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thomas Peel, of Snelland (between Lincoln and Wragby), was charged at Wragby with having vio- lently assaulted Mark Brewer, of Fulnetby, on the 12th ult.- Superintendent Tboresby, of Market Rasen, deposed that from information he received he vitittd Brewer's house, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with Reasby and Newball, Stain- ton bj* Langworth, Stainton, Reasby, Reresby, Stainton Wood, Snelland, Langworth, South Langworth, Newbold, Newball, Claybridge, Fulnetby, Bullington, Goltho,Goltho- cum-Buliington, Rand, Rand cum-Fulnetby, Coldsted, Colsted, W T ragby, Holton, Holton Beckering, Holton-cum- Beckering, Langton, Langton by Subscribers-only content

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