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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Halesowen Introduction, borough and manors

    C. Attwood ). In 1505 the Abbot of Halesowen leased the tithe barn of Illey with all tithes belonging to the township and elde of Illey to Richard Hawkys for twenty years (Jeayes, Lyttelton Chart . no. 431). A vill

    Text of the Somerset Domesday Part 2

    This last is the 'Illege' of Domesday, now Ely on the borders of Knowle and Chard . ' Chaffcombe and Illey .' Subsidy Roll for Som. 13 Henry IV . ( Bath Field Club Report , 1900). Exet. Dom. reads

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    osbmabau~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I COy ymast 1 am-Darmstkdt, Illey eyrhaoddodd S dydd Plkeroher, ysgifenod y?Frethines lyr; yr yn cydnabod, ar ei rhan eai bou- a'i. iuerO.-y- I lnghyfraith, y cydymdeimilad a ddaegoswf~yd 4 n! hi ar fa~rwolaetb ei mab. Er fod y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    voing- with bran and pollard; in edrt, to Daial. Near Havtree, he W5a joined by Dyer, , hbalwdh a nMhuset. Illey proceeded together, alnd at thg9 first public-housp, as Dyer seemed farlned, Clarke gave hw some tieaft bread, gin, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tosioportii system of liprositutioet in) tile face of tIle peiple, was thtu proper abject of their disgist and illdiiiatt yet Illey felt siren-sly ti'g ii ' (Great opphruuhe.) Even s istltl; t itev et er Wottld, lie triist--d, manifest nll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    them pvitected in their rights and priviiege;, ancl pIlaced on the ':iilC fotting as hefone t 5e- r; since rlhn Illey liavc tr vr troibled thintselvev Limit utlern.' VrII mitt Cc- 'trl rJ ,AtNUs stiy to hINUDJfl i ' the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pristine opinicilos, in I'lltci we wearn along wtith themn, (with he Aomtoisio-s) and in whichl they (tile AnaDiNTONS) placed tie, Illey sorely will not be tlia people to irapute blame to nit. Wc took our OpiniOII of Mlr. CANtNIN from Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, I, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    , Nthld., 166 ii. Ildesley , Christiana, 139 ii. Ilford , Essex, g. 144 (1). Ilkeston , Derb., p. 566. Illey . See Eleigh. Illington , Norf., g. 436 (31). Illy , Geo., p. 546. Ilmere (Hilmere) , Bucks, g.

    Index, E, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    V., widow of Emanuel, king of Portugal, 100, 115, 179, 222 (pp. 78 9), 543, 788, 837. Eleigh , Brent- (Illey Combusta), Suff., g. 282 (15.) Elenson , Edw., g. 613 (42). Elerbeke . See Ellerbeck. Elerson , Geo., 62

    Henry VIII, February 1540, 21-29, 21 February 1540-29 February 1540

    all possessions of the monastery in Hamerhall, Great Belstede, Wasshebroke, Copdok, Litle Belstede, Braundeston alias Brampston, Magna Waldyngfeld, Parva Waldyngfelde, Illey Combusta, Harkenstede, Lavenham and Alpheton, Suff.; in as full manner as Joan Vane, the late prioress, held the same

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