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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNIGHTLEY, Valentine (1718-54), of Fawsley, Northants.

    KNIGHTLEY, Valentine (1718-54), of Fawsley, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 14 Apr. 1748 2 May 1754 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1743-4. Biography Of an old Northamptonshire family, who frequently represented the county and the town, Knightley was elected as knight of

    KNIGHTLEY, Sir Richard (1533-1615), of Fawsley, Northants.

    that ‘surely they would hang him’, and Hatton warned Knightley that he was in danger.[footnote]By November 1589 Knightley, Hales and Wigston were in the Fleet for ‘close examination’. At his trial Knightley asked for consideration for his ‘simple wit and

    KNIGHTLEY, Richard (by 1484-1538), of Upton and Fawsley, Northants.

    where he held a minor appointment. The settlement made on Knightley by his father included four manors in Northamptonshire: one of these, Blisworth, had been purchased by Sir Richard Knightley from Thomas Wake, whose son later alleged in Chancery that

    KNIGHTLEY, Valentine (c.1555-1618), of Fawsley, Northants.

    KNIGHTLEY, Valentine (c.1555-1618), of Fawsley, Northants. Constituency Dates Tavistock 1584 Tavistock 1586 Northampton 1593 Tavistock 1597 Northamptonshire 1604 Ofifces Held J.p. Northants. from c.1583-7, by 1594-1605, Berks. by 1603; sheriff, Berks. 1617-18. Biography Knightley’s long parliamentary record was one

    KNIGHTLEY, Edmund (by 1491-1542), of the Middle Temple, London and Fawsley, Northants.

    Salisbury, on whose patronage Knightley could call as a distant kinsman by marriage and perhaps also through Sir Thomas Englefield, father of the feoffee and himself a distinguished Middle Templar, who had been her steward. Knightley was doubtless returned to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    57102 ... .. 1 Johnstone 1731 HAMHSHIRE, Basingstoke. Solater Booth 3892 .. .. - 1 - Eve 2312 oRTHjAxTON, Dehen. Knightley 4101 . .. - 1 Fitzgerald 4050 STAI'FOHDSIEE, Bhanibarth L'o'bfield. Sir John Swinburne 4126 .. ,, 1 - - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (County), Mlay 11, Wmn. Ramay STATE OF POLLS. n I Northampton (County), May 13-Aithorp, 2048; Miton 1743; CarMd wright, 1588; Knightley, 1142. Pembroke (County), May 12-Majority for Sir John Owen,. Lord . Down (County), May 11-Lord A. Hill, 242; Mr.Crawford, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    close of the poll on Saturday, 21st., the numbers were:-Althorp, 2468; Milton, 2128; Cartwright, 2009; Knightley, 1418. Shortly after, Mr. Cartwright and Sir C. Knightley resigned. MEMBERS RETURNED SINCE OUR LAST. [ Those marked t are Anti-Reformers.] *Antrinm (County)-Hon. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blackett will he diligent in his attendance, alnd will give a warm support to her Majesty's Ministers. NXrtlamaptonshire (South).-Cartwright, Tory; Knightley, Tory; without oppnsition. Osfordshire.-Lord. Norreys, Tory, 2,997; G. V. Harcourt, 'Tory, 2837; Parker, Tors, 2,753; Stoner, Reformer, 1,445. Tbe Subscribers-only content

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    seen alive. About one o'clock on the same day he went to the house of his sister-in-law, Maria Higginson, at Knightley, and she asked him how his child was. The prisoner replied that it was dead, that it died on Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    An Act for Vesting certain Estates of Valentine Knightly, Esquire, at Wappenhaum, Thrupp-Mandeville alias Thrupp-Mundeville, and Irchester alias Archester, in the County of Northampton, in Trustees to..., 11 June 1741

    Kit "•»?» u,r(i P3> SM / /-. $ A % A *. yfe ACT /or ^/?/Vzg m*ta/# I^^\r 0/Valen- tine Knightley, £/gw>£, ^ Wappenham, Thrupp-Mandeville ^//^x Thrupp-Munde- ville, ^^ Irchefter ^//^j- Archefter* /» /$£ Coz//^ of Northampton, /» 7n//fe&r ft? Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1694, 19 March 1695

    Oxford, and Three Daughters; one of them " married to the Lord Latimer, another to Winck- "feild, and another to Knightley; which John the " Fifth Earl of Oxford dying without Iflue, thofe " Baronies defcended upon the faid Daughters, Subscribers-only content

    27 January 1741, 27 January 1742

    the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bills were all read the Firft Time. Upon reading the Petition of Valentine Knightley, of Knightley's Fawfiey, in the County of Northampton, Efquire, and^*^or<s> Richard Knight ley, of Newport Pond,^ in the County Subscribers-only content

    12 April 1742, 12 April 1742

    given their Confents; and that the Com- " mittee had gone through the Biil, and made fome " Amendments thereunto." Knightley, Leave for a Biil, Hid eai Bill read. " quire, in the County of Northampton; and for fettling " Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1742, 16 June 1742

    fettled to '* the fame Ufes, in Lieu thereof." "25. An Aa for Sale of certain Eftates of Valentine " Knightley Efquire, in the County of Northampton; " and for fettling another Eftate, in the fame County, " to the Subscribers-only content


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