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You searched for: Place: Kimberley, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Winchfield

    de Kimberley , 29 a tenant for life, was granted by Edward III to trustees, who in 1382 granted it to the dean and canons of the chapel or college of St. Stephen, Westminster . 30 Robert de Kimberley died

    House of Carthusian monks The priory of Beauvale

    de Cressy of Selston and Cecilia his wife assigned to the priory in 1360 all their lands and tenements in Kimberley and Newthorpe , on condition of Hugh receiving from the priory £7 10 s . during his life, and

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Ankerwick

    elected 1251 Margery of Hedsor , 26 occurs 1270, resigned 1305 Alice de Sandford , 27 elected 1305 Emma of Kimberley , 28 elected 1316, died 1327 Joan of Oxford , 29 elected 1327, died 1349 Joa n Godman ,

    The colleges and halls Trinity Hall Trinity Hall . Sable a crescent within a border ermine . [Granted 1575 ]

    Advowsons. The original endowment, apart from the site and buildings thereon, consisted of the advowsons of the six rectories of Kimberley , Briston , Briningham , Wood Dalling and Stalham (Norf.), and Cowlinge (Suff.); their appropriation was confirmed by commission

    Parishes Kelshall

    xxv, 96; lxviii, 14. This portion took its name from the family of Kimberley , one of whom, William Kimberley , and afterwards his heir Thomas Kimberley , held the manor for a short time on lease or in mortgage

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WOODHOUSE, Roger (c.1541-88), of Kimberley, Norf.

    (c.1541-88), of Kimberley, Norf. Constituency Dates Aldeburgh Norfolk 1572 Thetford 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Norf. from c.1573. Biography Through the Sheltons Woodhouse was related to the Boleyns, and he was therefore a distant kinsman of Queen Elizabeth. He was also

    WOODHOUSE, Philip (d.1623), of Kimberley, Norf.

    WOODHOUSE, Philip (d.1623), of Kimberley, Norf. Constituency Dates Castle Rising 1586 Ofifces Held J.p. Norf. from c.1591, sheriff 1594-5; commr. musters 1598, custos rot. 1617. Biography The Woodhouse family of Kimberley was one of the wealthiest in Norfolk, the seventeenth-century

    KNYVET, Thomas II (d.1605), of Ashwellthorpe, Norf. and Stradbroke, Suff.

    notorious disputes in a faction-ridden county. Knyvet himself possibly owed his return at Aldeburgh to his relatives the Woodhouses of Kimberley, and at Thetford to (Sir) John Fortescue I, his mother’s half-brother, who had been acting chancellor of the duchy

    KNYVET, Sir Thomas (by 1528-69), of Buckenham Castle, Norf.

    Knyvet’s estate including the parsonage of Old Buckenham, was mortgaged for a total of £800. Knyvet appointed Roger Woodhouse of Kimberley, Francis Gawdy of Wallington, Francis Thursbie of Rougham, and Robert Rogers of Coulton, all Norfolk gentlemen, executors of the

    WOODHOUSE, Sir Thomas (by 1514-72), of Waxham and Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    Norf. and Suff. 1553-4, 1563-4. Biography Woodhouse came of a family of minor gentry, apparently unrelated to the Woodhouses of Kimberley, Norfolk. He improved his status and fortune through his appointment as victualler to the royal armies and garrisons, no

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wei a C'ochin, China, 30,000 o gopiau; i forwyr yn Port Said (mewn deg-ar-hugain o ieithoedd) ; i fwnwyr yn Kimberley; i arnaethwyr yn y Trans- vaal. Yr oedd nifer yr holl Feibliau, y Testa. mentaun a'r rhanau o'r Ysgrythyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    greater part of two sessions; and whose deliberations have been assisted by the ability and experience of Lords Clarendon, Westbury, Kimberley, Clan- ricarde, Athlumney, Dufferin, and Grey. The report of their proceedings shows that on some points of detail they Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    slaves is to be effected by " gradual and cautious " measures. The proposal was approved by Earls Grey and Kimberley, and it un- doubtedly appears to be founded on a careful considera- tion of the necessities of the case. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Generel Omnibus Iognyany, 21an ,or l MIetropdll0tsl 12%, %;; Provtnsial; 10%; Viennu General Omnsibos, 8/s.! WATEl:WOR S. - Buasnces Do2ia.- Kimberley, 6% ; Odessa, A, 6P Pret., 6-. BeCUMING*AM SlIARE MlASRKET, Yesterday,-BUSINESS DoNr: DirmnIngham Corlmration Gas A,,nuity, rIsr £, 271/4- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY I I-- . ,. ... . -. . ... Erm owtp C 0.orwonde] the LoNDoN, Saturday Evening. There was no olbange in the Discount market. The du demand was exceedingly quiet, and rates were easy at Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, December 1607, 01 December 1607-31 December 1607

    1 p. ( 140. 95.) Accounts. 1607 8. Bailiffs' accounts of "my Lady's" property in Nottinghamshire, viz: Watnalls (Wadnal), Kemberley (Kimberley), Bulwell, Bronesbresley (? Brinsley), Bevall (Beauvale), Nottingham, Grasley Morgren (Greasley Moor Green), Gresley rectory (Greasley rectory) and Quidnall. These

    Index, J, K

    . -, letters dated, 1194 6. -, prior of. See Rawson, Sir John. Kilworth , South, Leic., g. 1256 (15). Kimberley , Norf., 97. Kimberworth , Yorks, g. 777 (3). Kimbolton (Kymbalton, Quimolton, Kemolton), Hunts, 65, 73 4, 141 (p.

    Volume 184, December 1658, 11-18, 01 December 1658-31 December 1658

    to Lowestoft (co. Suffolk). [ Cols . 18, 25. ] Kirkeley united to Pakefield. [ Cols . 24, 32. ] Kimberley united to Carleton (co. Norfolk). [ Cols . 24, 8. ] Paul's, Malmsbury, united to Westport (co. Wilts). [ Subscribers-only content

    Index, J, K

    Lothbury, London signs Henlake's petition, 185 Kilmainham , Baron. See Wenman, Richard Kilvanan , co. Tipperary, Ireland rectory of, 85 Kimberley (Kemberley), co. Notts. 138 Kinaston , , of Bradon Heath, Shropshire alleged subversive activities of, 56 King , Walter,

    Henry VIII, January 1536, 11-15, 11 January 1536-15 January 1536

    Tevittishale, 20 l . Ric. Catlyn and Robt. Hemmyng, aldermen, 80 l . John Woodhouse, of Brecles, Roger Woodhouse, of Kimberley, and Ric. Baynard, of Wymondham, 80 l . Archbp. of York and Nic. Wilford, London, 50 l . Ric.


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