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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hydes Pastures

    Ferrers of Groby , of whose grandson Henry it was held in 1344 by William le Mareschal. 4 The overlordship of the half-fee, henceforth said to be in Hyde and Nuneaton (only), descended with the Lords Ferrers of Groby ,

    High Laver Church

    1366 William de Ferrers, probably Lord Ferrers of Groby (d. 1371), presented. 30 Later presentations were made by John de Beston and others in 1398 , by William, Lord Ferrers of Groby (d. 1445), in 1400 , and by John

    The hundred of Leyland Introduction and map LEYLAND HUNDRED

    of the land 'between Ribble and Mersey,' 5 from whom it passed to a younger son William, ancestor of the Groby family. As in the case of other lands of the younger William de Ferrers the bailiwick became divided between

    Parishes Wolfhamcote

    William de Ferrers, son of Theobald 's daughter Isabel. 16 Sir John and William Peyto held of Lord Ferrers of Groby in 1388 and 1411 respectively; 17 in 1487 Godith, widow of Edward Peyto, claimed a third of the manor

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Ulverscroft

    8 In 1323 William de Ferrers had licence to alienate in mortmain to Ulverscroft 70 acres of waste land at Groby , and the advowson of the church of Syston (Leics.). 9 Licence was granted in 1361 for the appropriation

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREY, Sir Henry (1547-1614), of Pirgo, Essex; later of Groby, Leics.

    of Pirgo, Essex; later of Groby, Leics. Constituency Dates Essex 1589 Ofifces Held Gent. pens. by 1569, lt. of gent. pens. by 1588-1603; master of the Queen’s buckhounds 1596. Ofifces Held J.p. Essex from c.1573, Leics. from c.1583; dep. lt.

    STOUGHTON, William (?1543-1612), of Worplesdon, Witley and Stoke-next-Guildford, Surr.

    Dates Grampound 1584 Ofifces Held Lay commissary of peculiar of Groby, Leics. by 1575. Biography Stoughton’s father began his career in the household of Catherine Howard, and remained a courtier during four reigns. In 1562 Elizabeth confirmed the grant of

    SKEFFINGTON, Sir William (by 1467-1535), of Skeffington and Groby, Leics.

    1467-1535), of Skeffington and Groby, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1529 Ofifces Held J.p. Leics. 1501-d., commr. subsidy 1514, 1515; sheriff, Warws. and Leics. 1515-16, 1521-2; master of the ordnance 1515-34; ld. dep. [I] 1530-2, 1534-d. Biography William Skeffington is first

    CHIPPINGDALE, John (d.1627), of Humberstone, Leics.

    1586-99, with Chippingdale’s son Tobias from 1599) constable and porter of Leicester castle from 1586; commissary of the peculiar of Groby by 1591; master in Chancery by 1601. Ofifces Held J.p. Leics. 1598. Biography Chippingdale had puritan sympathies, and his

    ASHBY, Thomas (d.c.1435), of Lowesby, Leics.

    trustees of his estates. As a consequence, in 1419 Ashby, in association with a fellow trustee, William, Lord Ferrers of Groby, had to bring an action in Chancery to secure possession of certain lands seized by the Crown following the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r. Hunt. Lord COCURANE presented Petitions for Reform frem Rirther- glenl, Greenock, Refrew, Tarbolton, Baninockburn, the Isle of Wiilit, and Groby. Lord CASTLEREAGe tcnrsidered tire latter contained offensive rNords, Sir F. BVRD:TT said, tie Noble Lord had not stated the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Author of" Peter Simple ;" "'The Two Friends," by Lady Blessington; "wAnne Grey," edited by tire Author of " Groby;" *' Two Old Men's Tales;" " Henry Calver Icy," by the Author of " Cecil Hyde ;" " Tales Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rean, Esq., at his honse in Portman street. On the 24th ult. at Dunbhan Massey, Cheshire, the Lord Grey of Groby. In l)arlington. aged 74, Frances, relict of the late Rev. Hemy Hardisge, Rcc- tor of Stanhope, and mother of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Henry thle Fifth's Esquires. she had married in I extreme youth a Lancastrlan knight, Sir J ohn Grey I of Groby, and in her twenty-sixth year knelt at theI feet of the licentious and amorous Edward as the widow of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yorkshire; by Colonel Lowther, from Westmorland; by Mr Dick- enson, from Kidderminster; by Sir Jnhn Easrhope. from Leicester, Glerfield, Thudmoston, Groby and Stanton, and Barkley, Oakham, and its vicinity, and the Inde- pcndents of Harborough. Leicestershire; by Mr Bro- theiton, Subscribers-only content


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