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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Kenyon

    Adam de Kenyon senior, Adam son and heir of Adam de Kenyon senior, Jordan de Kenyon , and others, £10 in part payment of £100; ibid. fol. 153/189. A similar receipt in 1346 names only one Adam de Kenyon ;

    Townships Lowton

    whole of Kenyon , but half of Golborne and the small manor of Arbury . 6 His father Adam, who was living in 1200 , 7 had made a number of infeudations, 8 and William himself granted Kenyon to a

    Note on abbreviations

    Q. Sess . Abstract of the Orders made by the Court of Quarter Sessions for Shropshire , ed. R. Ll. Kenyon and Sir Offley Wakeman ( Shropshire County Records nos. 2-5, 7, 9, 11-17 [ Shrewsbury , 1901-16 ] )

    Note on abbreviations The 14th- Century Landscape Around Wellington

    Q. Sess . Abstract of the Orders made by the Court of Quarter Sessions for Shropshire , ed. R. L1. Kenyon and Sir Offley Wakeman ( Shropshire County Records nos. 2-5, 7, 9, 11-17 [ Shrewsbury , 1901-16 ] )

    Townships Rumworth

    which is the hamlet or suburb of Daubhill . The London and North Western Company 's line from Bolton to Kenyon crosses the eastern end, with a station called Rumworth and Daubhill . In 1901 the population of Rumworth and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Amiwythig, ni raid prydern rhyw h Iawer ynghylch llwyddiiant rhyw' Vdenstaftioss .eJ'hyn - prif siisardwyr 6edd y iadeirydd Mr. JR; Kenyon, Qi C Viseotuit Newport,.L AS. General Forester, .AS , Mr. Ormsby GUrep A.S Mr Figgms, A 5 yr AnrhydeddiiSSr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ydye h lon, any dmgd piety aw ywctdg ion ..efyd gti. . ' Ier n Y miae cwmni gwvaith, glo Kenyon, Rheabon, ar, ci: .clddi6 Ilsfures am dros ddeedd eng mis-wedi ~dyfod I 0'r diwedd i gyffyrddiad a gwrthddrych en~ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd Major Cornwalds West M Uaer y Dref; Osborne Morgan, Q.O.,. A.S.; H. Richard, A.S.; Arglwydd Methwyn; Anthyd.. G. T. Kenyon Llawdden - Mr. Yorke; Syr Julius Benedict; Dr. PunShon Morgas. Lloyd, Q.C., A.S,; Mlr. Whafley, A.S.; -Eityn:; Gwalchmai; Hwfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    YR YXGYRPCH ETHOLIAD''OL. CAEBJYADDIN.-Cynhaliwyd iamryw gyfarfodydd iosog yn Nghaerfyrddin yr lwythnof ddivwddsf o. blaid Mr. B. T. Williams, yr ymgeisydd IRyddfrydol dros y bwrrdisdrefi. Pasiwyd penderfyniad o ymddir . ied yn Mr. Williams, a gwnaoed trefnisdau or ceisio atsl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bentley road, Liverpool; Jones, R. A,; Esq:, B.A.,MBsrriater at.Law, 5 Hsrtington-street, Livqrponh; Khk, lDr, S. Qrohar3 House School, CaKnaevon , Kenyon, HOD.-G. la'teich Panna, Ellesmere of Oxford (Chrlit 1Church) In Jdrrisprudence and Modernff iistory; 2nd clae6s 1864; Lewis, J. Herbeit, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KENYON, George (1666-1728), of Peel Hall, Lancs.

    am properly to say, a good clerk’.[footnote]During the 1690s Kenyon established himself as an important figure among Lancashire Tories. Though the clerkship of the peace was still held by his father, Kenyon had assumed most of the post’s duties in

    KENYON, Roger (c.1627-98), of Parkhead and Peel Hall, Lancs.

    July 1660, but in 1661 Kenyon initiated proceedings to claim the place immediately. His case succeeded in June 1663, and Kenyon assumed a place at the centre of the county’s administration. During the Restoration period Kenyon assumed a prominent role

    KENYON, Lloyd (1732-1802), of Gredington Hall, Flints.

    On 15 Mar., when Rous moved his no-confidence motion, Kenyon was absent on circuit.When the Rockingham Administration was being formed, Shelburne offered Kenyon the post of attorney-general; and, after consulting Thurlow, Kenyon accepted. During this Administration the two questions in

    ANDERTON, James (b.1661), of the Inner Temple, London and Wigan, Lancs.

    of Wigan, despite attempts to blacken Kenyon as a Jacobite. Kenyon was also Lancashire’s clerk of the peace by letters patent, and Peter Shakerley* perceptively noted that Anderton’s proposed appointment was intended to ‘nip’ Kenyon ‘of some profits’. Shakerley suggested

    KENYON, Hon. Lloyd (1805-1869), of 9 Portman Square, Mdx.

    KENYON, Hon. Lloyd (1805-1869), of 9 Portman Square, Mdx. Constituency Dates Mitchell 1830 1832 Biography Kenyon’s grandfather Lloyd Kenyon† (1732-1802), whose mother brought the Flintshire estate of Gredington into the family, served as attorney-general under both Rockingham and Pitt,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 February 1704, 16 February 1705

    Ad to em- " power the Lord High Treafurer, or Commiffioners " of the Treafury, to compound with Thomas Kenyon, " Executor of Luke Lloyd Efquire, as he was One of the « Sureties of Morgan Whitley Efquire, late Receiver Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1704, 17 February 1705

    Ann; Journals öf the Houfe of Lords. Poor's Bill. Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to a Committee of the whole Houfe, on Tuefday next; and all the Lords fummoned. Hedie 2a vice leäa eft Billa, intituled, " Subscribers-only content

    22 February 1704, 22 February 1705

    An Aft to empower the " Lord High Treafurer, or Commiffioners of the Trea- " fury, to compound with Thomas Kenyon, Executor of " Luke Lloyd Efquire, as he was One of the Sureties " of Morgan Whitley Efquire, late Subscribers-only content

    7 June 1714, 7 June 1714

    Forniby, Joh'em Sutton, Gregor'm Norris, Will'm Brozvne, Katherinam Rymer Vid. Annam Sutton Vid. Jenettam Rymer Vid. Janam WhartonVid. Joh'em Kenyon, Jacobum Kenyon, Henricum Simpkin, Ric'um Williamfon, Ric'um Rothwell, Ric'um Hallfall, Joh'em Peniberton, Samuelem Pye, Hen¬ ricum Bellion, Henricum Parke, jennettam Subscribers-only content

    26 June 1788, 26 June 1788

    Ds. Heathfield. Ds. Kenyon. a the t. PRAYERS. Kenyon Sir Lloyd Kenyon Baronet, being by Letters Patent, jntroduse*: bearing Date the 9th of June 1788, in the Twenty- feventh* Year of His prefent Majefty, created Baron Kenyon of Gredington, in Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1676/4

    the executors of the last will and testament of Richard Smith, deceased, late of Pennington Location: Winwick (Lancashire) Place(s): Kenyon (Kenion, Kenyon) : undefined Participant: HenrySmith [Smith] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Leigh (Lancashire) Place(s): Pennington (Pennington) : undefined Location:

 

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