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    Principal Bodleian manuscripts used

    e 108 Oxfordshire church notes by James Hunt MS. Dodsworth 143 Copies, 17th-century, of medieval deeds, including some of the Goldsborough family relating to Bampton MS. Eng. th. e 49 Sermons 1718-29 by John Conybeare , later bishop of Bristol

    Chipping Ongar Church

    In 1635 Maurice Barrow and his wife presented to the living. 49 Barrow presented in 1658 and 1664. 50 Elizabeth Goldsborough presented in 1670 , 1673, and 1680. 51 After this the advowson descended with the manor estate until the

    Kencot Manor and estates 50. Kencot House from the south

    (d. c . 1309) died without male descendants the manor was divided between two coheiresses and their husbands, Richard of Goldsborough (Yorks. WR) and John de Meaux . 6 The Goldsboroughs still owned half the manor in 1350 , 7

    Kencot Religious history 55. Kencot church from the south-west

    by owners of the two halves of the manor: presentations were made in 1390 by John Laundels, owner of the Goldsborough half, 16 and in 1504 X 1515 by Arthur Spanby 's family, 17 heirs of the Meaux half. 55.

    Chipping Ongar Manor

    ' Mr. Goldsborough ', who paid a rent of £101. 17 It must have been in 1663 or 1664 that Thomas Goldsborough , no doubt the tenant mentioned above, bought the manor from Sir William Whitmore . 18 Goldsborough was

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Marton

    56 Robert de Hoton , occurs Trinity 1371, 57 1388 58 Robert de Stillington , occurs 1403 59 John de Goldsborough , occurs 1436 60 Robert Cave , resigned 1443 61 Henry Rayne , confirmed 1443 62 Christopher Latoner, confirmed

    Anglo-Scandinavian antiquities

    symbols recur both in Dublin and in Norway . The vast scope of this trading world is illustrated by the Goldsborough coin-hoard, which includes items struck by 9th- and early 10thcentury rulers in Tashkent , Samarkand, and other oriental citi

    Bampton and Weald Manors and castle Bampton Castle ; West Front

    of Goldsborough (Yorks. W.R.) and John de Meaux , whose rights were upheld against Roger son of John 's heir. 82 The Goldsborough moiety, apparently held in dower in 1395 , 83 descended through the male line to Richard Goldsborough

    Parishes Lythe Bolles, baronet. Azure three cups or with boars' heads argent coming out of the bowls . Mauley. Or a bend sable . Bigod. Or a cross gules charged with five scallops argent . Sheffield , Duke of Buckingham and Normanby . Argent a cheveron between three sheaves gules . Phipps, Marquess of Normanby . Sable a trefoil in an orle of molets argent .

    houses south of Mulgrave Park . A lane running north from Lythe to Runswick Bay passes through the hamlet of Goldsborough and of Kettleness , which lies at the mouth of Cat Beck and has a station on the Whitby

    Bampton and Weald Local government

    three weeks; view of frankpledge was reserved to the Valences and their successors. 40 Courts were still held for the Goldsborough and possibly for the Meaux moiety in 1596 , and lapsed presumably following the break-up of the manor in

    INDEX A-J

    Park , Goffe, Thos., n Golafre: Hugh, Wm., n fam., n Goldsborough : Ric. of (fl. 1309), Ric. (d. 1504), Ric. (d. 1508), Ric. (fl. 1570), Thos., fam., Goldsborough (Yorks. W.R.), goldsmith, Theoderic the, see Theoderic Golofers, see Aston and

    Index A-J

    almsho., archit., Bickwick, bor., canons, chapel, chaplains, char., ch., pl. ch. ho., Combe , cts., curate, and see Cassan; Cosens; Goldsborough , John; Hall, Wm.; Randal, John Discove , q.v . East, tithing, Eastrip , q.v . fairs, fms., fields,

    Index A - Z

    same), 221, 224 Wm (fl. 1370-97 ), 221 Goldsborough : John of, rector of Kencot , 168 Ric. of (fl c . 1309), 151, 167 Ric. of (fl. 1428), 151 fam., 151 Goldsborough (Yorks. WR), 151, 168 goldsmiths , see

    Index K-Z

    ho., Cole , q.v . curates, Godminster (Godmanston), pl. Hadspen , q.v . Honeywick , q.v . incl., incumbent, see Goldsborough , Ric. ind., inns, man., mills, nonconf., par. officers, poorho., pop. prehist. rem., Rom, rem., schs., Sunny Hill ,

    Index A - K

    , precinct, abbot's lodgings and see Benson , Martin ; Ellicott, Chas.; Fowler , Edw.; Frampton , Rob.; Gibson, Edgar; Goldsborough , Godfrey; Goodman, Godfrey; Hooper, John; Monk, Jas.; Parry, Hen.; Ryder, Hen.; Smith, Miles; Warburton , Wm. Gloucester ,

    Parishes Shrewton

    179-80. P.R.O., C 142/152, no. 166. Ibid. C 142/247, no. 98. Ibid. C 142/257, no. 80; above, this section. A. Goldsborough , Memorials of Goldesborough Fam . (priv. print. 1930), 276, 287, pedigree facing p. 274; W.R.O., A 1/345/367. W.R.O.,

    INDEX K-Z

    tithes, Yelford Manor , plates York : abps. of, see Frewen; Grey, Wal. de; Lee , Edw.; Wolsey duke of, see Plantagenet Yorkshire , see Boynton Copman- thorpe; Goldsborough ; Rougemont ; Thornhill Young: John, and his w. Eliz., fam.,

    INDEX A-J

    1258), Sir Wm . de (? fl. 13th cent.) Golding-Palmer , Revd. Hen. and his w. Isabella, Goldringe , -, Goldsborough (Gouldesborough) , Eliz., n ; Eliz. m. Ric. Turner , Thos. (d. by 1664 ), Thos. (d. 1703), n

    Index A-Z

    'Clec' , 87 Goff , (Major) T. C. E., 9 Goldney [Goldeney ] , Gabriel, 220; Hen. (alias Fernell), 219 Goldsborough , Nich., 46 Goodall , Hezekiah, 215, 217 Goodnestone , Kent , 65 Gordon , (Gen.) Chas. Geo., 221

    Index A - K

    , Hugo, 156. Goldbeter , Hen., 79, 101; John, 98, 101. Golden Lion Inn , 477. Goldie , Geo., 419. Goldsborough (W.R.), coin hoard from, 335. goldsmiths , see metal. Goldthorp (Goldthrop), Ric., 360, 404. 'Golmanlythe' , 336; see also

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