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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Wormegay

    , Wormegay , obtained licence for alienation in mortmain in 1355 of the manor of West Dereham from John de Houton , chaplain, of a messuage, 40 acres of land, 5 acres of pasture, and 5 s . of rent

    Colleges Auckland St Andrew

    de Insula 17 Hamon de Belers, occ. 1340 18 John de Houton , coll. 1340, p.r. H. de Belers 19 John Mauduyt, coll. 1343, by exch. with J. Houton 20 William Westlee, occ. 1350 21 John Kingston , occ. 1362

    Parishes Houghton

    Hoctune (xi cent.); Hocton (xiii cent.); Houton by St. Ives (xiii cent.); Hoghton (xiii-xiv cent.); Houghton (xiv cent.); frequently Houghton with Wyton . The parish of Houghton lies immediately west of St. Ives and has its southern base upon the

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Luffield

    18 Having obtained another 'conge d'elire' the convent this time wisely went outside their own ranks and elected John of Houton , a monk of the Cluniac house of Daventry . 19 But in less than two years the office

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Croxden

    ( 1242-68 ) the church was completed and very extensive work was carried out on the conventual buildings. William de Houton ( 1269-74 ) continued the work, notably by erecting the abbot's house. 24 William of Over ( 1297-1308 )

  • * British History Online *

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    Hutton Roof

    the same; Chartul. Cockersand , 990. 1276 Adam son of Adam de Houton, brought an assize of novel disseisin against Gilbert de Houton touching a tenement in Houton; Dep. Keeper's Rep . 45, app. 211. 1276 Richard Stornel and Christiana

    Appendix, Corrections to volume 4

    certain lands, rents, and services in Deptford, Rotherhithe, and Peckham 28 . This estate passed in 1328 to Thomas de Houton; afterwards to Richard Lacer, and from him in 1342 to Ralph Nonthey 29 , who in 1349 conveyed a

    Yorkshire Fines, 1486-99

    and William Rilleston 21 s rent in Hoton Thomas Spence George Conyers, and Isabel his wife Messuage with land in Houton. 1495 MICHAELMAS TERM , 11 HENRY VII . Robert Benet and Richard Benet his son William Garton and Elizabeth

    Elizabeth, August 1582, 26-31, 26 August 1582-31 August 1582

    favour shown him, to balance this however complains of the greatest injustice in the world done to him by Mr 'Houton' who is a clerk in the Customs for wine; who is detaining his property and his credit to his

    Yorkshire Fines, 1526-30

    , gent., and Alianora his wife, and Ralph Spense de Berden , gent. 5 messuages with lands in Est Gales, Houton, Synderby, Anderby Whernhowe, Rokesby, and Pikhall.. Godfrey Foliambe, kt., Ralph Shawe, clerk, Oliuer Shawe, clerk, Dionis Baxter, clerk, and

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Location: Overton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Shipton (Shipton) : undefined Houton(Houton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: Lecia wife of John Melsonby [uxor Johannis de Melsay] Role: witness Details: female; wife Location: Houton(Houton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: Stephen Wascelyn [de

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it atl ,bject of com- miseratiot; and With tilr" imipless illfant in this ltnte, lie raliled Ito. solicit chlarity at Houton Hal !, in Wirral, tile houprteb!e seat ! of Sir F. S. Al. Stanley, Burt. From then&- he proceeded Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    note-book, in reverse order, for future use. The origin of the mistake into which he fell in using the word houton for hollow, is very ingeniously and elaborately traced byf Mr. Skeat, and is an amusing instance of how one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    publican. G. SMITH, Birmingham, grocer. T. BRAY, Dowley, publican J. MOSEN, Cheltenham, hardwareman. J. L. ENDICOTT, Dartmoor, publican. M. WALDER, Houton, tailor. J. BENTLEY and J. CROSS, Halifax, rag merchants. J. TIORENTON, Paddock, woollen manufacturer. M. FISH. Accrington, tin-plate worker. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dolph, Denton, Eceles, Esrlstoon lflilswortb, Fairfield, Farnworth, Fleetwood, Halifax, LHaglingden, Hiuine, Hyde, 1i sydock, Harpurhoy,Enaughton, Great Hiarwood, Golborne, Gorton, Glossop, Houton, Hoy wvood, Al ighton,Holhinweod,Holtrflrtb, Hodrderafleldj~rlanls o'.th'-Height, Keorley Mloor, Kuareshborough, Liverpool' Littleborough, Lovenbhuline, Lees, Manchester, Middleton, Miles Platting, Miltnroy, Newehureh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Agent. I0t0, New Street, ;l'77 N 1ORTH WA11N.-Oin SALEi0 a good FRHEtlOID EBSTATE, ce otaleeileg ISS Acrco .I Land, with Houton and Dullrlbig, otl a 1ierontifoll snt,. Exerllent Shooting alni Trout FYiihlug. Price, in. cl IIng Tilor, Ai.- pply, Jamecs Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Christopherus Smith, 0/0/1547

    Forename Christopherus Title Dr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1547 Office/Status Curate Location Houton// OTHER INFORMATION Source CUL, EDR G/1/7 (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Goodrich, Thomas/Ely 1534- 1554 Comment Stipend paid by Philip Parussh, famer of the living of Houton.

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