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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The crutched friars of Kildale

    without royal licence. Edward II in 1310 pardoned the breach of the Statute of Mortmain. 14 But in 1312 Archbishop Greenfield denounced the newcomers-persons belonging to an order not approved by the pope, who had entered the diocese and presumed

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Yedingham

    12 b , 115. Ibid. Greenfield , i, fol. 96 b . Ibid. ii, fol. 93. The expression 'of your order' should be noted. Arthington was a Cluniac house, Yedingham Benedictine. York Archiepis. Reg. Greenfield , ii, fol. 105. '

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Wilberfoss

    fol. 67 b . Ibid. Greenfield , fol. 95. The account of the election occurs on three slips of parchment, inscribed between folio 118 and folio 119 of Archbishop Greenfield 's register. York Archiepis. Reg. Greenfield , ii, fol. 94

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Rosedale Priory

    Mon. Ebor . 378, 379. York Archiepis. Reg. Greenfield , i, fol. 87. Ibid. fol. 100 b . Ibid. fol. 101. Cal. Pat . 1307-13 , p. 301. York Archiepis. Reg. Greenfield , i, fol. 107 b . York Archiepis.

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Nunburnholme

    Wickwane, fol. 11 8 b . Ibid. Greenfield , i, fol. 103. Ibid. fol. 122. Ibid. ii, fol. 118. See as to this in the account of Nun Appleton . York Archiepis. Reg. Greenfield , ii, fol. 120. Ibid. Melton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mae genym yr wythnos hon y gorchwyl blin a . gofoodi marwolaeth annisgwyliadwy Mr. Evans igweinidog y Bedyddwyr Seisnig, Greenfield, Llan- Y Y Ohli, yr hyn a gymerodd le yn Lausanne, prydnawn B b dydd Lun diweddaf, tra ar daith Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ataliwyd y cymundeb pellebrol rhwng Caergybi a Lerpwl yn ystod yr ystorm ddiweddar, trwy i'r gwynt ddadwreiddio coeden ar ffordd Greenfield a Mostyn, a'i thaflu ar y gwifrau nes eu tori. Y mae plwyf yn y Deheudir o'r enw Conwil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ?t?D?bb On Bhymni w'r "London d rth W te way yn ' ., :e adiaR nr~ o, ,7 Dp.re dime ci~v M3.1.ed Gladtoey.w edi. lay iof n j deMtiaa ' egelo aG e a oygd 2iriad. ydyw yr Joy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dinorwic. Ffynon Loew-Mr. W. Davies, Moriae-square, Car- narvon. Padarln-Mr. J. 0. Williams, Manchester Eouse, Llanberis. Dedwyddweh-Mr. Thomas Jones, Chester House, Greenfield, Holywell. Clydilan-Mr. John Roberts, 36, Kinmel-st., Rhyl. Mostyn-Dr. Pan Jones, Mostyn. Soar-Mr. J. P. Williams, Sea View, Pwllheli. Cybi-Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rford S. Hodgson, Mona House, Adam's Town d Jones W. Evans, Glan gwern, Borth B. Thomas Thomas Jones, chester House, Greenfield Do Robert S. Peet Noel W. Morgan, 4, Scott-street rford G. Gibbs Tosnes, Ysw. Edward Byron, cefn bychan d Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREENFIELD, Christopher (c.1653-1706), of Preston, Lancs. and Gray’s Inn

    which had acquired lands in the parish at the dissolution of the monasteries, Greenfield was put to the law and established a prosperous Lancashire practice. Though Greenfield usually resided in London, keeping chambers at Gray’s Inn, when in Lancashire he

    GRENVILLE, George I, of Penheale, Cornw.

    Greenfelde or Grenefeld, could equally well be Richard Grenville II. In the next Parliament, when the only other Grenville (written Greenfield or Granefeld) was George Grenville II, no confusion surrounds at least his major contribution to the business of the

    GRENVILLE, Richard II (c.1542-91), of Stowe in Kilkhampton, Cornw. and Buckland Abbey, Devon.

    Apr., 4 May) could have been either man. In 1584 he was given his correct first name (but still called Greenfield etc.) when appointed to committees concerning the Sabbath day (27 Nov.), tithes (3 Dec.), the hue and cry (3

    GRENFELL, Pascoe (1761-1838), of Taplow House, Bucks.

    Uxbridge for whom he also acted as trustee, independent of Williams, of the Mona Mine Company. A shareholder in the Greenfield copper manufacturing company, Grenfell was handling much of the London business of the Anglesey mines by 1788, and the

    BROCAS, Thomas, of Compton, Surr.

    sessions. Again, in 1395, he and his wife made a quitclaim of a messuage and 30 acres of land in Greenfield, Sussex, to Arnold Brocas. On this occasion they may well have been acting as his feoffees, for the transaction

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1709, 16 February 1710

    68 Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A. 1709. Comes Cholmondeley. Comes Crafurd. Comes Mar. Comes Loudoun. Comes Wemyfs. Comes Leven. Comes Northeße. Comes Orkney. Comes Seafield. Comes Rofeberie. Comes Glafgozu^ Comes Flay. Vifcount Weymouth. PRAYERS. E. of Brad- Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1769, 20 January 1769

    Kynaßon and others: With a Bill, intituled, " An Ad for repairing the Greenfield, " Road from the Turnpike Gate in the Townfhip of ^; Road " Greenfield, to the North Limits of the Townfhip of ' " Moßyn, and Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1769, 24 January 1769

    Sundridge. Hodie 2" vice lecla eß Billa, intituled, cc An Ad for Greenfield, " repairing the Road from the Turnpike Gate, in the j^, Road " Townfhip of Greenfield, to the North Limits of the " Townfhip of Moflyn, and Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1769, 26 January 1769

    to Judges. Ordered, That the Meeting of the Committee upon Greenfield, the Bill, intituled, " An A& for repairing the Road *c.RoadBiO. " from the Turnpike Gate in theTownfhip of Greenfield, tc to the North Limits of the Townfhip of Subscribers-only content

    26 January 1769, 26 January 1769

    alfo made the like Report from Greenfield, the Lords Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, &c. Road Bill. " An Aa for repairing the Road from the Turnpike «« Gate in the Townfliip of Greenfield, to the North " Limits Subscribers-only content

 

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