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You searched for: Place: Hameldon, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ashley

    a clayey loam with a subsoil of chalk, and disused chalk-pits are numerous. The following place-names appear in ancient records:-Staundene, Hameldon , Northparke 3 (xiv cent.). Manor There is no mention of the manor of ASHLEY in the Domesday Survey,

    Townships Heyhouses

    . The old packhorse road from Clitheroe went over Read Height to the bridge at Altham , thence south over Hameldon . 2 Pendle cross stood on the top of the hill above Wellsprings Inn . A cotton factory was

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    her husband Peter by 1223 . 45 In 1204 the manor of OSGODBY was held in demesne by Jordan de Hameldon , otherwise known as Jordan of Osgodby . 46 By 1223 it had passed to Jordan 's daughter Denise,

    Parishes Stoke Lyne STOKE LYNE

    or De Hameldon family, ancestors of the 17th-century John Hampden . 126 In 1255 Bainton was held of Alexander de Hameldon (d. 1264); in 1279 of another Alexander de Hameldon ; and in 1329 of Edmund de Hameldon , a

    Townships Pillling

    son John and Grace his wife, but the younger John dying, the widow, in conjunction with her second husband William Hameldon , granted the estate to John Kitchen the father in 1548 . 13 Settlements were made in 1557 14

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 January 1692, 12 January 1693

    Lexington. Ds. Senefcallus. j)s. Cornwallis. Ds. Camerarius. Ds. Crewe. Ds. Offulfion. Ds. Godolphin. Ds. Cholmondeley. Ds. Afibumham* Ds. Leinfier. a Hameldon, in the County of Rutland, as they are now enjoyed, and have been for divers Years laft paft, purfuant Subscribers-only content

    21 January 1692, 21 January 1693

    for confirm- the Bill, (intituled, " An Aft for fettling and confirming ing, Bill. u the Manors and Lands in Hameldon, in the County of " Rutland, as they are now enjoyed, and have been " for divers Years laft Subscribers-only content

    25 January 1692, 25 January 1693

    The Lords have passed a Bill, intituled, Hameldoi* An Act for settling and confirming the Manors and Manors- Lands in Hameldon in the County of Rutland, as they are now enjoyed, and have been for divers Years last past, pursuant Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1692, 20 February 1693

    jeant JVcgan, Sir Math. Andrexees, Mr. Biddulph, Sir Jos. Tredenham, Mr. Goldivell, Mr. Trclawney, Colonel Williams' Estate. is- of pts. Hameldon .Manors. ting eitli dom, for the Year 1693, although the Month's Pay, for¬ merly advanced, be not repaid, was Subscribers-only content

    Index, 26 October 1693

    8s 5° Gid. £ Mar. Pari. 2. Sess. 4. A. 1692, 8s 1693. rJCKNEY Coachmen Petition, 3 Feb;. Vide Supply. Hameldon, Bill, from Lords, for settling Manors and Lands therein, 25 Jan. Read, 3 Feb. Committed, 21. Reported, 2 Mar. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when the right' for ahsto the family honoors descended- to the heirs male of Seb ae Mr. John Scrope, of Hameldon, Bucks, and Spernithorne, Yorkshire (the sixth Lord's second son, namely, Francis I Serape, of Speninitisorne, and of Dentby -on-Yore, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    issue male, whlen the right mul to the family Isoncurs descended to the heirs male of Mr. John Sorope, of Hameldon, Bucks, and Spennithorne, Yorkshire (the sixth Lord's second son), namely, FraciiseT Scropo, of Spetnnilhorne, and of Danbly-on-Yore, York- e Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of the potent de Bellomonts, Earls of Leicester, who acquired amongst other large grants in England the smandr of Hameldon, otherwise Hamilton, whence the name is derived. His Grace is also a direct descendant of Robert Bruce, King of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    re- ceived a blow from John de Spencer, whit led the following day mo a-n encounter, wherein Spencer fell, and Hameldon sought security in Scotland. Being closely pursued in his flight, he and his ser- vant changed clothes with two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the South So much of the Townehip of of Ham eldon HiU Hapten n Un to the North of I Hameldon HiU. At the County Police Court. CHUBCH. on Fs_ ay. tbe 3th lay of October next, at Nine o'clock Subscribers-only content

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