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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of Newstead -on-Ancholme

    convent of Longvilliers granted their lands in Kirton for a yearly rent of £5. 3 King John added land in Housham worth £3 6 s . a year. 4 The endowment was small, and the number of canons and lay

    Parishes Matching MATCHING c. 1875

    become part of Brent Hall , which eventually merged with Matching Barns. 29 William de Warenne's Housham estate became Housham Hall . The other Housham estate, comprising 1/2 hide held in 1066 by Etmar and in 1086 by Roger as

    High Laver Manors

    of Little Laver (q.v.). In 1288 Emma, daughter of Eustace fitz Walter, granted all her lands in High Laver and Housham ( Matching ) to Sir Henry de Enfield . 41 In 1325 Sir John de Enfi eld , son

    The hundred of Harlow HARLOW HUNDRED c. 1845

    split into the parishes of Great and Little Hallingbury , and Parndon into Great and Little Parndon . Ovesham ( Housham ) was later included in Matching parish; Cuica (Quickbury) in Sheering , and Siriceslea ( Ryes ) in Hatfield

    Parishes Sheering SHEERING 1980

    He may have been identical with Richard who was tenant in 1086 . 70 Richard 's mesne tenancy passed with Housham in Matching to Ralph de Assartis, who in 1241 confirmed Richard's grant, but changed the terms to tenure in

  • * British History Online *

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    Yorkshire Fines, 1516-20

    and Awmbery. Roger Chombley George Chymney and Margaret his wife 9 messuages with lands in Snayton and Allerston. Richard Housham John Housham 2 messuages with lands in Emeswell, Garton, Kellyngthrop, Walkyngton, Cheryburton, and Lekyngton. Robert Ediff, Christopher Tomlynson and John

    Index of names

    Hothom , 82, 119, 152, 264. Hothome , 341. Hoton , 55. Houghton , 95. Houly (? Only) 74, 75. Housham , 32. Howelot , 24. Howghton , 123, 383. Howland , 350. Howle , 205. Hownce , 212. Howson

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boothby otherwise IBootliby Graffo, Somerton of Si rth, Castle, Nortoin Disney, Stapleford, Bassingliam, Cabeby, Thurl- Cans the by, Harmiston, Haddington, Housham, Morton, Swinderby, in th ork Bracken, the Jungle, Aubourn, Marlborough, Waddington, be s5 aim Thorpe on the 11i11, Sw'inothorpe, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock. r0 The EARL YARBRO cGH's FOxIbOuNDS will meet on wi r. Monday, at Utterby Green ; on Wednesday, at Housham, lr and on Friday, Jan. 15th, at NewshamLodge;-eaoh morning at eleven o'clock. LtO THE YOiR AND AINSny FoxwotuNDS will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    head of the forces for the defence of the 1 city of Washington. Aged 78. .John Henry Skipwrorth, farmer, of Housham, near Brigg, died on Saturday night last. He was familiarly known as " Captain Jack," and for over fifty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. W.-Monday, Stocket Gate; Wednesday, Halston- Thurday, Lightwood Green; Saturday, Iscoyd; at haltlpast teu. Yarborough's, Earl of-Monday, Normanby Clump; Wednesday, Housham; Thursday, Boxton Wood; at eleven. I mLIEaIERs. High Peak-Tuesday, Buxton; Thursday, Grange Mill; Saturday, Newhaven; at eleven. Mu1. WILVf Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elm; Wednesday, Cliffey; Thursday, Grafton Wood; at half-past ten. Yarborough, the Earl of-Monday, Swinhop House; Wednesday, Riby Cross oad; Friday, Housham; at eleven. Wynn's, Sir W. W.-Tueaday, Cloveley; Wednesday, Bettisfield; at half- past ten. HARRI~S.I Brookside-Thursdays, Telscombe Tye; Mondays, Nevmarket; Subscribers-only content

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