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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Grafton Manor

    de Grafton , whose name occurs on a Pipe Roll of 1166-7 . 10 In the reign of King John Grafton belonged to Ralph de Grafton 11 and afterwards to his son and grandson John. 12 Edmund de Grafton was

    Grafton Regis GRAFTON REGIS Grafton Regis village

    in Grafton Fields and Paddocks Farm was not included in the sale. 1 During the inter- war period the dukes of Grafton remained the principal owners in Grafton Regis , including the Manor , Grafton Fields and Paddocks Farm. Grafton

    Houses of Austin canons The hermitage of Grafton Regis

    of Austin canons The hermitage of Grafton Regis 15. THE HERMITAGE OF GRAFTON REGIS A beneficed hermitage or small priory of some importance stood near Shaw Wood at the extremity of the lordship of Grafton Regis , bordering on Stoke

    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate

    of the estate, including Grafton Manor , was sold piecemeal after 1945, although at the time of writing the Grafton Estate Settlement Trust own a farmhouse, several smaller properties and about 600 acres of land at Grafton Regis , where

    Houses of Knights Hospitaller Preceptory of Balsall and Grafton

    Houses of Knights Hospitaller Preceptory of Balsall and Grafton HOUSE OF KNIGHTS HOSPITALLERS 19. THE PRECEPTORY OF BALSALL AND GRAFTON When the order of Knights Templars was suppressed in 1308 , their possessions in this country came into the king's

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRADSHAW, Thomas (1733-74), of Hampton Court, Mdx.

    He aided and encouraged Grafton in his wish to be rid of Shelburne; and in the summer of 1768, when Grafton wanted to divorce his duchess, he sent Bradshaw to obtain evidence of her adultery.When Grafton resigned in January 1770

    GRAFTON, Richard I (c.1507-75), of London.

    places to receive separate treatment, and the provisions of the Act followed the existing London practice, of which Grafton had first-hand knowledge. Grafton accepted £6 13s.4d. expenses from Coventry, unusual as it was for an outsider to claim them. But

    GRAFTON, Richard (c.1507-73), of London.

    Grafton was made free of the Grocers’ Company on 16 Dec. 1534. Blagge may have helped to form Grafton’s religious views, for in 1541 he was presented ‘for not coming to his parish church, not confessing nor receiving’ while

    PENNINGTON, John (?1737-1813), of Muncaster, Cumb.

    us have held’. Next, Grafton asked for the mastership of the Household which was refused; instead Rockingham offered a place not tenable with a seat in Parliament. ‘Anything out of Parliament could not be acceptable’, replied Grafton on 4 May,

    FITZROY SCUDAMORE, Charles (?1713-82), of Holme Lacy, Herefs.

    he was continued under Chatham and Grafton. When in 1768 a strong opposition seemed likely at Hereford, Grafton found a seat for him at Heytesbury where he was returned unopposed. After 1770, like Grafton, Scudamore supported North’s Administration till the

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 24 [Insurrection of] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Apprentices.]

    suffered Punishment in the begin- ning The Apprentices make an Insurrection against Foreigners. Hall. fol. 61. An. 9. H. 8. Grafton , fol. 1021 . An. 9.H. 8. Libels dispersed. Apprentices rise. The Swordbearer hurt at the Tower. A Libel

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    take up such Lies and recommend them in their Writings to Posterity: as besides Grafton , Reyner Wolf and others did this. Once again, whereas R. Grafton in his Chronicles had related concerning one Bartholomew Read Goldsmith , Maior An.

    Appendix 2, Chapter 1 A Second APPENDIX.

    Grafton , Rich. Burwell . 2 & 3, ditto, Martin Bowes , Kt. Ranulph Cholmley, Esq; Recorder, Philip Bold , Nicholas Chune . 4 & 5, ditto, Will. Garrard , Kt. Ranulph Cholmley, Esq; John Marsh , Mercer, Rich.

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

    Solomon Basing . 16 Joan' } Sheriffs, { Hugh Basing . MAIOR, Serle* , Mercer. Roger Fitz-Alwin , saith Grafton . A.D. 1215 . } { John Travers . 17 Joan' } Sheriffs, { Andrew Newland . MAIOR,

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    saith, hitherto was had in great Price, and would doubtless hereafter be in greater. This Book was set forth by Grafton , as tho' it were his own, which Stow openly tells the World as a publick Correction for him,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y weddaf, fel yr oedd tri o ddyninm o'r enwau Evans, P Cook, a Davies, yn myned a Hlenff,,rdd i Grafton, E ewrddasant A herwbeliwr hysbys o'r enw Williams, h1 gyda thri o gwn, y rhai a ymosodasant arnynt. Mewn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    hanes yr Ynys fod yn ddyddotol i liaws o'n dasrlenwyr :-Yi ystod pregath a draddodwyd gan Mr. Rogers, yu nghapel Grafton square, Llandaip, sylfaenedig ar Actau xiii. 12, sylwodd fod Cyprua, yr hon oedd yn ddieddar wedi ei bychwanegu at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -."; 4- ', ,- ; :- -siD hcr~a*; E-- 11, Prydniibiawn 'dUdaSadwA diwedda, tatodi, i d .artington, alYl. T. YW. Grafton yr in'* yhydd fryol'db dsOgiodddd9wyf dd alloaste mwol- re "ur'thetblwr ' byn Acing,.'ton ~yaliwyd y cyafodd k ' :31!WD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pob archebion am y papyr a phob hysbysiadau a thaliadau i'w hanton i'r Cyhoeddwr, D H. JONES, Swvyddfa'r ' Goleuna,' Dolgellau. Cyfeirier pob gohebiaethau, To the EDITOB1, GOLEIJAD Office, Dolgelley. Anfoner pob Barddoniacth i Rev. N. Cynhafal Jones, Lianidloes. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (2872) IsdiGToN, Qorllewinf, Ohameberlain (3370).. .. .. 1 Thonmas (2396) sph*'tog6- 0 72e * - Wildeywright(2502).. qomTa rW- LhlAsOR, AJerington. Grafton (5320)' .. .. .. 1 Hodge(484) ,. ... . TYNMOTH. Donkin(9027) . . 1 -1 Npence (2287) S UTHERTAND. Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1597/4

    Grafton(Grafton) : township Participant: Robert Monkton [Monckton] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Marton Cum Grafton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Grafton(Grafton) : township Participant: Robert Bickerdike [Bickerdyke; Byckerdike] Role: defendant Details: male; junior Location: Marton Cum Grafton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Grafton

    CP.G.3064

    1560 - 1600 People & Places Participant: John Brearton [Brearton] Role: plaintiff Details: male; gentleman Location: Tilston (Cheshire) Place(s): Grafton(Grafton) : township Tilston (Cheshire) Tilston (Tilston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Massey [Massye] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Tilston

    CP.G.2605

    (Car) : city Cannot identify Location: Chester (Cestrem) : archdeaconry Location: Chester (Cestrem) : diocese Location: Tilston (Cheshire) Place(s): Grafton(Grafton) : township Location: Farndon (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Farndon (Farnedon) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Aldford (Cheshire) Place(s): Aldford (Aldford) : ecclesiastical

 

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