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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burton Dassett

    be given in bread to every householder in Knightcote and North End , and the residue of the rents and profits to be employed as the feoffees, inhabitants, and freeholders of Knightcote and North End should direct. The charity is

    Hillingdon , including Uxbridge Churches

    in the wills, proved 1398, of John Ely of Hillingdon 83 and John atte More of Uxbridge . 84 William Knightcote , Vicar of Hillingdon in 1452 , 85 gave land worth 23 s . for an obit in the

    Parishes Mollington

    his lessor the Bishop of Oxford , and the Vicar of Cropredy , were the feoffees of the poor of Knightcote (Warws.) and John Gardner . The bishop's consent was readily given, for it was expected that inclosure would much

    Harefield Manors

    certainly the same as Thomas de Luda 's, changed hands, 41 and in 1379 came into the possession of William Knightcote , a London merchant. 42 After various conveyances 43 Knightcotes, as it came to be known, was bought by

    Townships Catterall

    in 1295 did not prosecute his claim against Eustace de Cottesbech, Ralph de Catterall , John, de Rigmaiden, John de Knightcote and Christiana his wife, Thomas de Singletbn and John de Fetherby; Assize R. 1306, m. 16d. Hugh de Catterall

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K

    -, Treehouse manor in, ibid . Knesworth , Thomas, baker, of London, 553, 800. Knevett. See Knyvet. Knight. See Knyght. Knightcote , Knyghtcote [in Burton Dassett parish, co. Warwick ] , 1099. Knighthood : command to receive, 797, 1177. Knightisby. Subscribers-only content

    Cases before the Committee, December 1650, 01 December 1650-31 December 1650

    Grimes, of a lease for 6 years, at 150 l . 10 s ., of of lands at Burton Dassett, Knightcote, Nurtherne, and Hardwick, co. Warwick, sequestered from Wm. Petre, recusant. 3 25 227 10 Jan. 1654. Wm. Petre begs Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, May 1544, 26-31, 01 May 1544-31 May 1544

    Otehaye, Hurbarnesford, Rydeston, Brodeshalle, Pethorne, Torsley, Legh, Wassebourne. Yalderborne. Samwell Forde. Kinges Beare, Doddebroke, Langtre, Uplyme and Exeter and in Knightcote, Soms.; and the advowsons of the churches of Dowleton, Langtre and Uplyme, Devon. Also woods (names, extent and tenants

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the County Sessions, on Saturday. a new highway rate at 3d. in the pound was granted for the parish of Knightcote, and one at lid. in the pound was allowsed for Barton Bassett. LEAMINGTON. BREACH OF CONTRACT BY A WOnmsceeN.-At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    default a month's in- S prisonment, with hard labour.-Joseph Jervis, the younger, West Leyes, Rugby, and Daniel Neale, o drover, Knightcote, were charged with driving cattle on II the footpath at Dunchurch on March 10. Mr. Peagam, for the defence, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to a case in which a man named Charles Pickering vas charged with attempting to indecently assault his daughter, at Knightcote. that weS one of those cases where they would fnd it difficult to see where the evidence of an Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the con- dition that marriage would be consideredasa resignlation. RUGBY. CHArEr, AGAINST A CAMTLE-0DowA1X - Ben John Corbett, cattle-dealer, Knightcote, was charged at the Police Court, yesterday, with cruelty to a horse by work- ing it in an unfit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CiASH £60-Three front aod two back Houses. Net rents RLL MJ~ortiSage £120O.-Thomas Richards, Auctioneer, 11. Colm-ore Row. -. cMl C1ENTRAL. Knightcote, Loaminsgtoss.-Iteidence. with parlour, '1sitting room, kitchen, sculliery; greenhouse, with large garden back end front. Also two osltages joininig. Pricse£30, Subscribers-only content

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