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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes West Rounton

    is not again mentioned, but a windmill in West Rounton was an appurtenance of the manor of Irby in the 17th century. 2 Irby manor-house is reached by a footpath running south-west from the bridge; another footpath runs eastward to

    Parishes Whiston Irby . Argent fretty sable a quarter gules charged with a wreath or .

    to George Irby , 1st Baron Boston (d. 1775 and here buried), and his wife 57 (d. 1769), and to the Hon. Edward Methuen Irby , killed at Talavera 1809; and in the aisles to members of the Irby family

    Parishes Basing or Old Basing

    St. John , Paulet, Irby , and Skelton , going from east to west, while the Paulet key occurs on the west end of the labels of each window and on the east ends Hussey, Paulet, Irby and Delamere .

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Grimsby or Wellow

    assessed at £67 2 s . 5 d . 29 In 1303 he held one-twelfth of a knight's fee in Irby , three-quarters in Thorganby , one-eighth in Swallow , one-twelfth in Clee, 30 and very much the same both

    Parishes Allesley

    a cyma moulding. Cal. Inq. p.m . vi, 388. Leadam, Domesday of Inclosures , 435. Notes from deeds of the Irby family. See below, under 'Advowson'. Cal. Close , 1247-51 , pp. 339, 406. Cf. G.E.C. Complete Peerage (2nd ed.),

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    IRBY, Sir William, 2nd Bt. (1707-75), of Whaplode, Lincs.

    borough, was planning to run his brother Thomas for Irby’s seat at the general election, alleging that Irby was obnoxious to Henry Pelham. Irby therefore, in a letter of 3 May 1753,[footnote] appealed to Pelham for his recommendation-‘you may depend

    HOLLES, Denzil (c.1538-90), of Irby-on-Humber, Lincs.

    he had built for the poor at Irby, and remembered his children and servants. He died at Irby 12 or 22 Apr. 1590 and was buried 23 Apr. in the chancel of Irby church. Holles was succeeded by his eldest

    IRBY, Edward (1676-1718), of Whaplode, and Boston, Lincs.

    shortly afterwards. His grandfather, Sir Anthony Irby, a prominent Presbyterian, was returned for the borough in every Parliament but one from 1628 until his death in 1682, but thereafter the family’s influence waned and Irby himself does not seem to

    IRBY, Anthony (1547-1625), of Whaplode and Moulton, Lincs.

    Irby, ‘a gentleman of good discretion, credit and learning’, to be reinstated, which the burgesses did only after two warnings. Whether because of this dissension or because Burghley, who regularly nominated there, wanted the seats for his own relatives,

    IRBY, Leonard (by 1522-71), of Sutterton and Boston, Lincs. and London.

    rebels 1569. Biography The Irby family had come to Lincolnshire from Cumberland about the beginning of the 14th century, and by the 16th was prominent in the administration of the parts of Holland and Kesteven. Anthony Irby was clerk of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Copy of a Ijetter from the Ron. Vapt. Irby, of his MaJ'W tY ship Amelia, addressed to Admiral L.rd Gambler, nW' trawmiited by itis Lordship to the Ran. W. W, pole. | s Jjstis sh A Jmelia, off St. 4nderos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who vn i~ i MtatIier are doing well. MS On F0iday week, at avwtev, the Hita, and ev p. Irby, a younger son of Lord 11si on, to Mi ss de Creppigny, IIe eldlest daughwer nf Mh. and Lady 9. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bautkes's plan, there was no one deviation but was niere ittveation, and 1to truth in it whatever. The Hon. Captain Irby, Captain Mangles, and Mr Parry, all visited Djerash at a aubsequent period; teluy spent five days aerong the ruins, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was to go to Irby to meet Mr Bryan King, who was there; I met him, and he conducted me to the cover where I was found; both of the defen- dants were in the scullery; Irby was on the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Capt. by purchase, vice Forman, who retires; Ensign A. H. Irby, to be Lieut. by pur. chase, vice Baker; E. Stansfield, Gent, to bo Ensign, by pur. chase, vice Irby. 60tb Foot-Assistant-Surgeon T. Cowan, MD. from the Staff to be Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 April 1739, 19 April 1739

    Here¬ ditaments, in the County of Berksj therein men¬ tioned, in Truft, to convey the fame to Sir Wil¬ liam Irby Baronet, and his Heirs 5 and for lay¬ ing out the Purchafe-money in the Purchafe of Lands, Tenements, and Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1754, 3 April 1754

    Geo. II. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. 201 I E Mcrcurii, 3° Aprilis. Domini tam Spirituales quam Temporales praefentes fuerunt: Arch. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. Epus. p Epus. Epus. Ebon Dunelm. Raffen. Bath. iß Wells Lincoln. Hereford. Bangor. Subscribers-only content

    3 November 1761, 3 November 1761

    and fubferibed the Oath of Abjuration, purfuant to the Statutes, was placed on the lower End of the Barorts Bench. Irby Baronet, being, by Letters Patent, bearing Date the loth Day of April, in the Firft Year of His prefent Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1765, 28 March 1765

    End, to Wold New- " ton Church, and from Nuns Farm to The Mill Field in " the Parilh of Irby, in the County of Lincoln;' to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meflage was brought from Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1765, 3 April 1765

    ¦¦" Sand End, to Wold Newton Church, and from Nun's " Farm to The Mil Field in the Parilh of Irby, in the " County of Lincoln," was committed : " That they " had confidered the faid Bill, and Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Henry Harrison, 15/5/1660

    Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Ev. Entitl. Kirk German of Peele Type ordination Date 15/5/1660 Place parish church Church Irby Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory N OTHER INFORMATION Source MNHL, MD335 (Miscellaneous) Bishopr Post-Episcopal/ 0- 0 Comment Certificate of

    Henry Harrison, 15/5/1660

    Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Ev. Entitl. Kirk German of Peele Type ordination Date 15/5/1660 Place parish church Church Irby Clerical Status priest Letters Dimissory N OTHER INFORMATION Source MNHL, MD335 (Miscellaneous) Bishopr Post-Episcopal/ 0- 0 Comment Certificate of

    John Harness, 5/2/1668

    Harness Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Others Date 5/2/1668 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Irby// Location No reason for subscription given OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, Sub. III (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Fuller, William/Lincoln 1667-

    John Crosley, 15/8/1662

    DETAIL Surname Crosley Forename John Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 15/8/1662 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Irby// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, Sub. I (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment

    Ralph West, 0/0/1662

    113471 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname West Forename Ralph Title Mr Qualification MA EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1662 Office/Status Rector Location Irby// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, L.C. V, ff. 22-221 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    American slavery as it is [microform ] : testimony of a thousand wi tnesses., 1839

    was purchased a few weeks before for $800 of a slave trader from Virginia or Maryland . The coroner, Wm. Irby , at whose house I was then boarding, told me, that on reviewing tho dead body, he found it Subscribers-only content

    Modern socialism, 1886

    (Published at 2s. bv Thomas Scott .) In two parts, 3d. each, in all, 6d. P. 2d. ' Mackenzie and Irby - Travels in the Slavonic provinces of Turkey , Beautifully illus¬ trated with maps and engravings. Cloth, gilt. 345 Subscribers-only content

    The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire, 1877

    of what they themselves trust they will come to be in the future. When travelling in Old-Servia, Misses Mackenzie and Irby once lodged in the house of Pope Dantcha, a person well known for his intelligence, courage, and uprightness, and Subscribers-only content

    The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire, 1877

    be received. But to this hour it is not generally received. Here is a story related by Misses Mackenzie and Irby as taking place at Ipek:-A Servian woman was taken ill : the master of the house went out to Subscribers-only content

    The Sclavonic provinces of the Ottoman Empire, 1877

    the Pacha; but he did not return. Would they ( Misses Mackenzie and Irby ) intercede on behalf of the poor Serb? They promised to mention the story to the first consul they met; more they could not do. The Subscribers-only content

 

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