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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Henwood

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Priory of Henwood 5. THE PRIORY OF HENWOOD In the beginning of the reign of Henry II , when Walter Durdent was bishop of Chester ( 1149-1161 ), Ketelberne de Langdon founded a priory for Benedictine

    Parishes Radbourn

    by Turchil's descendants, the Ardernes, of whom William gave the church and a virgate of land to the nuns of Henwood Priory 11 before the end of the 12th century. 12 His son William gave, by permission of Thomas de

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Arbury

    , a busy agent of Cromwell in the Midlands and one of these Warwickshire visitors, wrote to his master from Henwood Nunnery on 3 August, 1536 , reporting that they had surveyed the Warwickshire houses of Polesworth , Maxstoke ,

    Parishes Cumnor

    Cumnor . The parish comprises, besides the township of Cumnor , the tithings of Botley , Bradley , Chawley , Henwood , Hillend , Stroud , Swinford and Whitley . Its western boundary is the River Isis, and only the

    Parishes Barford

    into the hands of the Ward family. 68 Small properties within this parish were held by the religious houses of Henwood , Kenilworth , St. Mary 's, Warwick , Bordesley , and Evesham . 69 Mills There was at Barford

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUGFORD, John (1543-1602), of Henwood, Warws.

    (1543-1602), of Henwood, Warws. Constituency Dates Warwick 1593 Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. 1577, q. 1592. Biography This Member, a minor country gentleman, came of an old Warwickshire family with Gloucestershire connexions. In 1540 his father had bought from the Crown

    HIGFORD, John (1529-1607), of Dixton in Alderton, Glos.

    when his father died and in October 1546 his wardship was granted to his kinsman and namesake John Higford of Henwood, Warwickshire, an esquire of the body to Henry VIII. This namesake survived until August 1558 but there can be

    LECHE, Roger (d.1416), of Chatsworth and Nether Haddon, Derbys.

    Cistercian abbey of Combermere in Cheshire. Two years before the MP had been allocated a similar task with regard to Henwood priory in Warwickshire; and such was his aptitude in this field that he was subsequently given charge of the

    WESTON, John (d.c.1433), of Coventry, Warwick and Worcester.

    1412. For seven years from July 1411 he acted as co-administrator with the prior of Coventry of the convent of Henwood, and on one occasion, when the prior was indicted for a felony, he provided securities of £100 on his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    North Warwickshire, died on Thursday at Henwood lodge, Leamington, where he has recently been residing aged eighty-one. In 1830 he was elected member for Borouohbridge, but was unseated on petition. le represented Birmingham in the Conservative interest from 1844 until Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be competent to be a witness against him." Tinder the head of Libel, a question which was recently discussed in Henwood v. Childers is thus de. cided:-" Whether any particular subject is of public interest, and whether the publication of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    26 per 1,000. The vc district was free from infectious disease.-The Sanitary PI 9 Inspector reported that the dwellings in Henwood Lanec, Compton, kcnowilas Colwell Buildings, were unfit for habi- tation. In osse house a family of six occupied a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dimodale, Es., S9, CoNobLI, B.C. T. Morgan Haeroy. Egq. Dlossrs iiarrey, Greenacre, and Co.). of London, Maritzbhurg and TransvalI. P., Henwood, Esq. (Messrs P. Heawood, Son, and Co.), of London, Maritzbnrg, Pretoria, tft. Charles D. Rose, E3q. (Messrs. Morton, Rose, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jon's, Division 2: Aston, Pembroke; Baines, H. S., Caius; Bland, John's; Farrell, Catherine's ; Ford, John's; Fouler, G. S., Selwyn; Henwood, Queen's; Hobson, Chrnst's ; Inskip, Corpus; Jeakes, Trinity; Leachman, Corpus; Leman, J. C., Trinity; Pite, Corpus. Division 3: Benson, Subscribers-only content


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