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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Markby

    1 s . 21/2 d ., including the rectories of Huttoft , Bilsby , Stickford , Great Carlton , Markby , and West Wykeham ; and the manors of Huttoft and Ludford . 19 Priors of Markby Eudo, 20 resigned

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Grimsby or Wellow

    the port of Honfleet. 24 Ranulf earl of Chester gave the churches of Tet ney , Clee, Humberston , and Huttoft , with lands in Tetney and Humberston ; Geoffrey Trussebut gave the church of Riby ; 25 Gilbert de

    Alien houses The priory of Wilsford

    Cambren, 10 resigned 1229 Richard de Flaunvill, 11 presented 1248 Roger de Gilmore, 12 presented 1248, resigned 1251 Jordan of Huttoft , 13 presented 1251 William de Tribus Montibus, 14 resigned 1274 John de Insula, 15 presented 1274 Stephen of

    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of Bullington

    , the churches of Spridlington and Winthorpe , and a moiety of Friskney . 3 He gave 20 acres in Huttoft for the clothing of the convent, 4 and for the farmery of the nuns the church of St. Albinus

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Mottisfont

    and gives the clear annual value as £124 3 s . 5½ d . On 26 March, 1536 , Harry Huttoft , a Southampton customs official, when writing to Cromwell about charges to be levied on goods at the port,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HUTTOFT, John (by 1514-42/43), of Southampton and London.

    the minister than to Wriothesley that Huttoft owed his promotion. He kept Wriothesley informed on the progress of the conversion of Titchfield abbey and advised him about the estates of Beaulieu abbey, of which Huttoft was made a receiver on

    COCKERELL, Edmund (by 1510-59/60), of London.

    John Huttoft and John Fryer, Thomas left Edmund a share in the Mighell Cokerell and made him his executor and residuary legatee.[footnote]Cockerell and his wife were involved in the misfortunes suffered by the Huttofts in 1535, when Henry Huttoft was

    FASSHYN, Thomas (by 1511-57), of Southampton, Hants.

    I had been a vagabond or thief’. His elder surviving son Thomas, who married the daughter and heiress of John Huttoft, was to have the lordship of Auneville and other lands in Jersey and Guernsey, a house at Milbrook and

    MILL, John I (1474/76-1551), of Southampton.

    of Membership for the town suggests that he may have done so. His fellow-Member in 1539 was his son-in-law John Huttoft, but the name of Huttoft’s colleague in 1542 is lost, as are those of both Members in 1545; in

    EDGAR, Thomas (by 1508-47), of Blewbury, Berks.; Bermondsey, Surr. and London.

    In August 1536 Edgar protested at his master’s request to him to part with his interest in a farm at Huttoft, Lincolnshire, late of Markby priory, in favour of Sir William Skipwith; writing from ‘my brother Yorke’s house, in Wiltshire’,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 January 1693, 18 January 1694

    Upon reading the Petition of William Randall, the Grove Refpondents Clerk in Chancery, to the Petition of Ap-J^(£ peal of Huttoft Crave, praying further Time for an¬ fwering thereunto: It is Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1779, 25 March 1779

    enclof- ing and improving certain Open Fields, Ings, Mea¬ dows and Commons or Wade Lands, within the " Parifh of Huttoft, in the County of Lincoln •" to which thf y defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. Hodie 2* vice Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1779, 26 March 1779

    encloiing and improving certain Open r lclds, " Ings, Meadows and Commons or Walte Lands, within " the Parifh of Huttoft, in the County of Lincoln." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confidera.tion of the Lords Committees Subscribers-only content

    29 March 1779, 29 March 1779

    the Lords Com- Huttoft mittees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft for di- Eneloiu " viding, enclofing and improving certain Open Fields, ** Ings, Meadsws and Commons, or Wafte Lands, within " the Parifh of Huttoft, in the Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1779, 30 March 1779

    and improving certain Open Fields, clai:urt Jili! " Ings, Meadows and Commons, or Wafte Lands, " within the Parilh of Huttoft, in the County of " Lincoln" The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill {hall « pafs?" It was Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Airewas, Staffordshire, woalelapler. [Dora, New iillmau street. W. Selieroan, Ba erley, Yorkshire, grocer. [Dsneley and Co. Bedford rosy. 3. Clark, Huttoft, Lincoloshire, cotton winder. [Scott, bin- cola's ion fields. V. Todd, Manchester, dealer in cotton goods. [M~me and Ce. C. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and J. Dawkins, Soutbamuptonl, bootmakers. CERTlFICATES-Novsrcsca 25. W. Williams, Moon street, Bristol, builrer-T. J. Felir, Higa street, Birmingham, draper-J. Clark, Huttoft, Lincoln. shire, cotton winder-B. and T. Oldham, Chaltord and Chel- telsbain, Gloucesterslire, builders-F. Bristan, Bristol, woollen draper-J. Bratton, Drayton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    quilting Manufacturer is , 2 P. Little, Blackburn, currirner. , 3 J. Spivey, lepton, Provision dealer. , 4 J. Cark, Huttoft, cotton winder . a , 4 T. Thompson, Hambleton, tanner. st 4J . Anderson, Liverpool, merchant - 8 B. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Several cases of the cattle disease have come out within the last week in the neighbourhood of Spilsby, W~ainieet, and Huttoft in the Marsh. These were im- ported by end taken from a drove of beasts brought to P'artney, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prices ranging from £7 up to £40. No. 75 was knocked down at the latter price to Mr. Needham, of Huttoft. The three- shear sheep, twenty-seven in number, averaged £8 2s. 9d., end fetched sums varying from £5 l0s. to Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Searles, 30/4/1665

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Searles Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 30/4/1665 Office/Status Reader Clerical Status Location Huttoft// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, Sub. I (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Laney, Benjamin/Lincoln 1663- 1667 Comment

    Thomas Bowstead, 29/12/1817

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 65797 Linked to person: Bowstead, Thomas 1817-1827 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Bowstead Forename Thomas Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 29/12/1817 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate

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