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  • * British History Online *

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    Henry VIII, October 1527, 1-15, 01 October 1527-31 October 1527

    and Thos. Crumwell to Sir Thos. Cornewaylle, for 200 l ., of the castle and manors of Codnor, Lascowe, Langley, Hennor, and Mylnehowe, Derbyshire; the castle and manors of South Wytham, Swayfeld, Metryngham, and Saxby, Lincolnshire; the manors of Stony

    Index, H, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    (6), g. 961 (20), p. 901, g. 5243 (26). -, Sir John, p. 83, p. 238, 3649. -, See Hevyngham. Hennor , Derbyshire, 3475. Henry , Grace Dieu, ship. See Ships. Henry , Howell ap, 1939 (8). -, Maurice ap,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    contended Wright's judge should have done: Thomas Watkins was indicted for the wilful murder of his wtife Mary Watkins, at Hennor. On his arraignment the prisoner at first pleadrd "Guilty." His lordship thereupon asked him whether hc would srather dave Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three miles from Leominster, near to the 13enMi yard Boad, is situate a small place called Hennor, consistI ing of a mansion, called Hennor House, the residence of a gentleman named Captain Stevenson, one of the Magis' trates for the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bedford, Marshal, and Burlton, Thomas Watkins came up on remand charged with the I wilful murder of his wife, at Hennor, near Leominster. l There were nearly thirty witnesses in attendance. The fiBrt part of the evidence taken was exactly Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LEOMINSTER MURDEL-SENXTENOE OF DEATH. Thomas Watkins was placed at the bar, charged with the wilful murder of his wife at Hennor, on the 180h of January, Prisoner seemed greatly affected during the trial, and cried several times. Mr. Cooke, QO. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Santo day, aged 46, EtLIZABEcTH, Wifre Of Mr. ROar. WiLsoN, butcher, St. Sasepson's-squsre, York. Same day, aged 81, Mr. WaM. Hennor, builder, Swintton, Sante day, aged W9 SARAII, daughter of MaIT DAVID HOLMES, over- looker, Clayton West. Same day, aged Subscribers-only content

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