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  • * British History Online * *

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    Edward VI - Volume 8, July 1549, 01 July 1549-31 July 1549

    directions as to raising troops, and furnishing them with coats, weapons, & c., to serve against the rebels. July 24. Grimsthorpe. 35. Katharine Duchess of Suffolk to Wm. Cecill; cannot without an annual pension continue to maintain the late Queen's Subscribers-only content

    Queen Mary - Volume 12, March 1558, 01 March 1558-31 March 1558

    W. Cecill of various works to be done at several of his houses and estates, survey of woods, hangings at Grimsthorpe, & c. March 30. 57. Memorial for Thomas Harvey, knight marshal. Instructions for taking musters of the forces at Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 77, April 1571, 01 April 1571-30 April 1571

    don his slackness in not having acquainted him with his proceedings in trying the concealments of the Customs. April 15. Grimsthorpe. 52. K. Duchess of Suffolk to same. Concerning the petition of her son Mr. Grey to be restored to Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    not advised, 396. Griffin , (Gryffyn): Sir Henry, 394. Mr., sen., of King's College, Cambridge, 80. Grigson , Hugh, 337. Grimsthorpe [Lincs. ] , letters dated at, 185, 186. Grougham , Dennys, an Irish priest, alleged treason of, 287. Groyne

    General Index, G, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    be apprehended Grigg , Francis, letter from, desiring another preferment Grigson , Nicholas, to be seized and examined, warrant for Grimsthorpe , Lincolns., letter dated at Grimston , Sir Harbottle, Master of the Rolls, death of Gringand , Charles, purser Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hemingbrough Brackenholme with Woodhall

    and Hagthorpe were Scandinavian, as presumably was Woodhall despite the late occurrence of its name: it was first recorded as Grimsthorpe in the 1130s but had acquired its alternative name by c . 1190 and thereafter was always known as

    Houses of Benedictine monks Priory of St Cuthbert , Durham (later Durham cathedral)

    meadows, and woods; two carucates with woods and waters in Brackenholme ; one carucate with a wood and waters in Grimsthorpe ; the church of Howden with a carucate of land and the chapel of Eastrington with its appurtenance s;

    Index A-J

    (in Bubwith ) , Griffin , Caroline, m. P. B. Lawley , Grim (fl. 1066) , Grimsby , Wm. of, Grimsthorpe (later Woodhall ) (in Hemingbrough ) , and see Woodhall Grimston (in Dunnington ) , chap., common fields, common

    Index K-Z

    John, Ottiwell, Thos., Woodard Society , Woodburne : Faith, w. of Rob., Jas., Rob., vicar of Skipwith , Woodhall (formerly Grimsthorpe ) (in Hemingbrough ) , bridge, common fields, inc., man., man.-ho., and see Woodhall , Wood Hall pop., rectory,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERTIE, Lord Brownlow (1729-1809), of Grimsthorpe and Swineshead, Lincs.

    Brownlow (1729-1809), of Grimsthorpe and Swineshead, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire 1761 8 July 1779 Ofifces Held P.C. 12 Feb. 1779; ld. lt: Lincs. 1779- d. Biography Bertie’s name was listed by Dupplin in 1754 among ‘Persons desirous to be brought

    BERTIE, Richard (1517-82), of Grimsthorpe and Stamford, Lincs.

    (1517-82), of Grimsthorpe and Stamford, Lincs. Constituency Dates Lincolnshire 1563 Ofifces Held J.p. Lincs. (Kesteven and Holland) by 1564, (Lindsey) 1573, sheriff 1564-5; commr. musters (Kesteven) by 1569. Biography Bertie is best known for his experiences as a Marian exile,

    BERTIE, Hon. Peregrine II (c.1663-1711), of Grimsthorpe, Lincs.

    II (c.1663-1711), of Grimsthorpe, Lincs. Constituency Dates Boston 1685 Boston 8 May 1690 Boston 1695 Boston Dec. 1701 Boston 1702 Truro 30 Nov. 1705 Boston 1708 Boston 1710 10 July 1711 Ofifces Held Alderman, Boston 1685-Feb. 1688; commr. for assessment,

    BERTIE, Hon. Peregrine I (c.1635-1701), of Grimsthorpe, Lincs. and George Street, Westminster.

    I (c.1635-1701), of Grimsthorpe, Lincs. and George Street, Westminster. Constituency Dates Stamford 21 Oct. 1665 Stamford 1685 Westbury 1689 Westbury 1690 Ofifces Held Cornet, R. Horse Gds. (The Blues) 1661, lt. 1667, capt. 1676-9. Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Westminster

    WILLIAMS, George (by 1521-56), of Denton, Lincs.

    WILLIAMS, George (by 1521-56), of Denton, Lincs. Constituency Dates Grantham 1555 Ofifces Held J.p. Lincs. (Kesteven) 1554; commr. sewers, Cambs., Hunts., Isle of Ely, Lincs., Northants, Notts. 1555. Biography After a legal education George Williams took service with William

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the Corsair, to sail froul Gloa-i cester in the month of April. Ai trial.of ploughing by steam was madeat Grimsthorpe, last week, by Lord Willoughby d'Eresby. The machinery employed consisted of a small locomotive engine, with a capstan attached, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    2S, Saltersiord Brildge; Saturday, Dec. 26, Abbey Arras. Tnri COTT.ESSORE HouNDNu, at ElerCse.-Woednsday, Dec. 20, Cottesuore S Saturday, Dec, 20, Grimsthorpe. TuE COTSWOLD BOUNDH, at Bleven.-Wednesday, Dce. 20, Queen Wood; Saturday, December 29, Naunton Inn. TesE LUDLOW 110ouNDH, at hlf'past Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lettee. - This day., Dec. 23, Sattersford Bridgo; Saturday, Dec. 29, Abbey Arms. TUEB CoTrrFe83ocn. }IOUeNDS, at Beekw-Saturday, Dec, 29, Grimsthorpe. TnB CtoTffWOLD flouows, at Eletflsm-Saturday, Decombec 29, Naunton Inn. TUBss MoN uMOTeln2ex NouNDS, at half pif t 'en.-Satur- day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Yorkshire Miners' Association announcing concessions by the Nunnery Colliery, Sheffield, employng 1,500 men; Hoyland Silkstone, near Barnsley, 1, 0; Grimsthorpe, 200; and Oughterbridge Colliery, 150. These make a total of forty-one Yorkshire collieries at work, employ- ing 27,030, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pheasants are very fine, and free froru disease. The broods contain from 10 to 15. On the large estates at Grimsthorpe and Bulby the pro'Dects of sport are very good. On the Burwell Pa rk estate no less than 58 Subscribers-only content

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