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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, December 1680, 21-31, 01 December 1680-31 December 1680

    ] a demise by in custodiam lease under the Exchequer seal to Richard Sherley of divers lands and tenements in Kingthorpe, co. Lincoln, being parcel of the lands of Randall Brereton, outlaw: at a rent of 6 s . 8

    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    -, abbey (supp.) of, g. 282 (57). -, -, abbot. See Frenche, Wm. Kingswood (Kingeswood) , Thos., 24; p. 548. Kingthorpe (Kynthorpe) , Yorks., p. 565. Kinloch , Geo., of Dundee, 952. Kinnoul , in Scotland, rectory of, 7, 8.

    Index, K, 01 January 1679-31 December 1680

    Henry, weighing porter, London, 52. Kingston , Mr., lieutenant of Whittlewood Forest, under the Earl of Northampton, 164, 290, 325. Kingthorpe (co. Lincoln), 777. Kingwell , Col. Maurice, royal bounty to, 175, 593, 615. Kinnord , Jeremiah, tidewaiter, Plymouth, 737.

    Index of names and places, K

    230, 1242; ii. 42, 308, 477, 674, 1080. Sir William, Knt., ii. 42, 308, 477. Kingsterrie . See Kinsteary. Kingsthorpe (Kingthorpe), co. Northampton, ii. 520, 629. Kingston , i. 182. co. Dorset, ii. 296. co. Somerset, ii. 631. co. Surrey,


    iii. 134. 1323 Roger Mansergh and Petronilla his wife jointly held at Roger's death a bovate of land etc., in Kingthorpe, co. York, as of the honor of Pykeryng by serjeanty of being the king's forester in the forest of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lady London Mr. Hotmes's Lilly Tbompson beat Mr. Crosier's Smiling Morn II. Mr. Chamber's Majestic Seat bent Mr. Franklin na Kingthorpe The SCAnLstBOoGs STAsLES. . r Mr. NawLon's Eallalodv beat Mr. Bu tterSeld's Annamite ir. Spencer's Llangytleach beat Mr. Franklin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village. BICaSTma (at 11,303.-This day, March 17, Poundon Village; Tuesday, 13, Ardley; Saturday, 22, Farthinghoe. Buonos (at 1120).-Wednesday, March 19, Kingthorpe statio Saturda , 22, Norton Place CorewOLD (at 1").-This day, March 17, Queen Wood; Wed- uesday,19, Combeu d; Saturday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E Mc~inlay's M)' man 4y .......G Steel 10 12 Mr Gardiner TVrzance's Unsym~metrical 4y Medcalf *10 12 Mr W. Brown's Kingthorpe 4y............ Private 10 12 Mr C J Cunningbam's Viburnum 4y ....Private 10 12 Mr H Y ymington's E sparto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 Mr J S Jackson's Finnao 6y...... ... Armtm* xr '9 0 MrJamnes AAinmarn'sAsli'dodfy(7Terh.Anrsnorog g 8 7 Mr XV Brown's Kingthorpe 4y ......... ovreS y 8 6 Mr Newark B Smith's Second Choice 5y-..Pni'iva 8 6 Mir W 3 Elusey's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E1 Maash.} F Betting: S to 2 agst Moaneria, 9 to 2 Cumberland, 6to 1 Bnbhury colt, 7 to 1 Kingthorpe, 8 to I each Perseverancoe and Mark Foreard, 10 to 1 bar-six. Angelnre cut out the work fro-Moaneda ani Subscribers-only content

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