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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leek Onecote ONECOTE 1992

    the vicar of Ipstones as a priest-in-charge. The benefice was united with that of Ipstones in 1983 , but the parishes remained separate. The patronage was vested jointly in the bishop of Lichfield as patron of Ipstones and the team

    Leek Bradnop BRADNOP 1992 The Ashenhurst Brass in St. Edward's Church, Leek

    with Leek and Lowe , and Coombes brook part of the southern boundary with Ipstones . On the south-east the rest of the boundary with Ipstones follows the line of a medieval road called the Earl's Way. 82 The irregular

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Dieulacres

    de Ipstones was settled in 1244 when Dieulacres secured pasture rights in Ipstones but recognized William's inclosures there, while the following year the abbey secured a payment in lieu of tithe of hay from William and his tenants at Ipstones

    Leek Introduction The Double Sunset Behind the Cloud THE ANCIENT PARISH OF LEEK

    was 33,254 a. (13,458 ha.) in area. 2 It had also included the chapelries of Cheddleton , Horton , and Ipstones until the 16th century, when the three became separate parishes. The area is part of the Staffordshire Moorlands ,

    Leek Rushton James RUSHTON JAMES 1991

    held Rushton with Longsdon and Ipstones of the earl of Chester . 52 In 1242-3 Nicholas's daughter and heir Rose (d. 1248), widow of Theobald Butler , held Rushton with Longsdon and half of Ipstones by service of providing a

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IPSTONES, Sir John (d.1394), of , Blymhill, Staffs.

    until her eviction by Ipstones, against whom she and her father-in-law, Sir Richard Peshale†, arraigned an assize of novel disseisin at Stafford in September 1381.[footnote] Although his argument that Maud was illegitimate proved legally indefensible, Ipstones managed to retain the

    JOCE, John II.

    JOCE, John II. Constituency Dates Newcastle-under-Lyme 1402 Biography The Joce family acquired the Staffordshire manor of Hanchurch in the early 14th century, and built up a substantial estate in the area. Evidence associating this MP with the main branch

    OKEOVER, Sir Philip (d.c.1400), of Okeover, Staffs. and Snelston, Derbys.

    and made her sign away her title to all the property. On the recommendation of a royal commission of inquiry, Ipstones and Okeover were eventually committed to trial at the Shrewsbury assizes, but once again it proved an easy matter

    CORBET, Sir Roger (d.1395), of Moreton Corbet, Salop.

    CORBET, Sir Roger (d.1395), of Moreton Corbet, Salop. Constituency Dates Shropshire Feb 1383 Shropshire Oct. 1383 Shropshire 1391 Ofifces Held J.p. Salop 2 July 1383-9, 24 Dec. 1390-d. Ofifces Held Commr. to make proclamation against disturbers of the peace,

    POLE, John de la (b.c.1385), of Hartington, Derbys. and Alstonfield, Staffs.

    villages of Leek, Longnor and Narrowdale. He was at the same time himself accused with the notorious Staffordshire malefactors, John Ipstones and John Meverell*, of poaching and other crimes on the duchy of Lancaster lordship of the High Peak (where

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Isabella Cook

    Details Isabella Cook in religion Isabella Rose Born in Ipstones Died 1768 30 Aug in Bruges mother Sara Sheldon father Charles Cook

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    William Carlisle, 27/8/1833

    Carlisle Forename William Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 27/8/1833 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Ipstones// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/29 (Register 1820-36) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ryder, Henry/Coventry & Lichfield 1824- 1836 Comment

    William Carlisle, 9/12/1789

    Clerical Status Location Ipstones// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/25 (Episcopal Registyer 1785-91) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Cornwallis, James/Coventry & Lichfield 1781- 1824 Comment A note in the Register says: Although Mr Carlisle was licensed to Ipstones on the Nomination

    John Sneyd, 27/8/1833

    Forename John Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 27/8/1833 Office/Status Perpetual Curate Clerical Status Location Ipstones// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/29 (Register 1820-36) (Episcopal Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Ryder, Henry/Coventry & Lichfield 1824- 1836 Comment

    Richard Goulden, 0/9/1665

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Goulden Forename Richard Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 0/9/1665 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Ipstones// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/17 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hacket, John/Coventry & Lichfield 1661- 1670 Comment

    Richard Hill, 7/10/1579

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 94721 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hill Forename Richard Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 7/10/1579 Office/Status Curate Location Ipstones// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/V/1/11 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Grindal, Edmund/Canterbury Province 1576- 1583 Comment

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am, and have been, agent to the a long.time, and doing a great deal in Cheadle, and all villages but Ipstones; a more lncultivated spot than the many other villages under my embrace. I am still increas- ing my numbers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dock on the charge of having, on the 21st July last, stolen Ss., the property' of Ann Sargant, of Ipstones. Mr. L. Wairen prosecuted, and Mr. Claydon defended.. Prose. cutrix stated that on the day in question she was Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bateman, 19, labourer, was indicted on the charge of burglar-onely breaking out of the dwelling house of Felix Conway, at Ipstones, and stealing one shirt, one waistcoat, and other property.. Mr. Sporonr for the prosecution. The prisoner lodged at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - 28 .,,,,, Tiddesloy Wood. THE RUFFOlID HOUNDS.-Qluarter to Eleven. This day .... Mar. 22 ........ Wellow Green. March 24, Ipstones, Loughborougls (cheese!, Stourbridge (and seven following days horses), Tideswell.-26, Abbots Bromley, Cheadlo, Henley-in-Arden, Shipston-o1n-Stour, Shrewsbury.- 26, Bishop's Csstlee.-28, Hope, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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