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    LYTTELTON, George (d.c.1603), of Holbeach, Staffs. and Shelford, Warws.

    (d.c.1603), of Holbeach, Staffs. and Shelford, Warws. Constituency Dates Droitwich 1586 Biography The Lyttelton family had considerable influence in Droitwich, where Gilbert Lyttelton was an elector, and it is therefore highly likely that the man identified above was the 1586

    MANNERS, Roger II (c.1575-1632), of Whitwell, Derbys.

    for boroughs where Rutland normally had influence. Manners received from his great-uncle and namesake the manors of Fleet Fitzwaters and Holbeach, Lincolnshire, and, from his father the manor of Whitwell, Derbyshire. He was thus endowed with a sufficient estate to

    MERES, John, of Kirton and Aubourn, Lincs.

    1400, May 1403; oyer and terminer Aug. 1386 (poaching on the earl of Northumberland’s estates); inquiry Aug. 1387 (trespasses at Holbeach), May 1391, May 1392 (refusal of chantry priests to perform their duties); to hold a special assize 1392; of

    CARLETON, George (1529-90), of Overstone, Northants., Wisbech and Coldham, Isle of Ely.

    Carleton acquired extensive interests in the fenlands bordering the Wash in the neighbourhood of Holbeach and Wisbech. These included leases of former monastic land at Holbeach, where he owned at least 1,000 acres of marshland grazing, a house in Wisbech

    MANNERS, Roger I (c.1536-1607), of Uffington, Lincs.

    of his nephews and great-nephews. The manor of Long Bennington went to the 5th Earl of Rutland, Fleet Fitzwaters and Holbeach and chantry property to his namesake Roger Manners II, and Pillerton to Oliver Manners; other tithes, and rectories and

    HAKEBECHE, Sir Robert (d.1445), of Hackbeach in Emneth, Norf., Whaplode, Lincs. and Litlington, Cambs.

    interests just across the border in Lincolnshire, and in November 1409 he managed to recover certain land in Whaplode and Holbeach which had been confiscated by the Crown some eight years previously when it ought properly to have reverted to

    WELBY, Richard, of Moulton, Lincs.

    minutes of the royal council for Good Friday 1415 refers to a petition from Richard Welby and a chaplain from Holbeach (Lincolnshire) which was to be examined by the duchy of Lancaster council, but the nature of Welby’s complaint remains

    SHELTON, Sir Ralph (1348-1414), of Shelton and Great Snoring, Norf.

    of Hugh Burgulion, who died in 1349 in possession of a number of substantial properties, including a fishery, at Gedney, Holbeach and Whaplode in Lincolnshire, and of manors in Norfolk at Great Snoring and Kerdiston. The wardship of young Shelton,

    FLETE, William (d.1444), of Rickmansworth, Herts. and London.

    him from the late Sir Roger Trumpington’s estates in Bedfordshire and Leicestershire. Flete was himself the owner of property in Holbeach, Whaplode and Flete in his native Lincolnshire, which he may perhaps have inherited from one of his many kinsmen.

    TILNEY, Sir Philip (d.1394), of Boston, Lincs.

    William d’Espaigne†. His own property transactions, although fairly modest, led to the purchase of land in the Lincolnshire villages of Holbeach and Moulton, while through marriage he acquired estates in Histon, Waterbeach and Denny, as well as other unspecified parts

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