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    General Index, D, 01 January 1655-31 October 1655

    of ships to or from travellers to Digby , Sir Kenelm, pass for Dike , Capt. Dillington , Rob., alias Knockerdown, alias Cuntroler letters of grandfather of Dillon , Major Dilred , Scotland Dingley , Col. Dinnison , Ambrose Marg., Subscribers-only content British History Online

    General Index, C, 01 January 1655-31 October 1655

    Cullen , Wm. Culmer , John Cumberland justices of peace in, letter to militia in Cunningham , Lady Cuntroler , Knockerdown, see Dillington, Rob. Curle , Capt. Edm. letter of Curtis , Derrick letter of Capt. Edm. Capt. Phil. (royalist) Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Volume 97, May 1655, 01 May 1655-31 May 1655

    in, payment of her board-wages with the other servants. [1 page . ] May 12. 35. Quartermaster Rob. Dillington, alias Knockerdown, alias Tuntroles, to his "most noble captain [Jos. Williamson ] ." We are sorry for your fatal defeat, and Subscribers-only content British History Online

    Volume 100, August 1655, 01 August 1655-31 August 1655

    report. [ I . 76, pp . 258 262. ] Aug. 30. Gray's Inn. 71. Jer. Bankes to Williamson. Sir Knockerdown Cuntroler writes me of minds changing like the wind. I hope your entertainment on the founder's day was very Subscribers-only content British History Online

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    22A. 2st op'. with an excellent barn thereon end tieing for ten cows, adjoining the road, leading from Aslsborne to Knockerdown, in the occupation of Mr. Coxon. LOT S. A Field of excellent LAND, -Called Old Banks Close, near Kusockerdown, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    for ten cows, adjoining the road leading from Ashiborne to Knockerdown, in the occupation of Mr. Coxon. LOT 5. A Field of excellent LAND, called Old Banks Close, near Knockerdown, containing 2 acres, in the occapation of Mr. Coxon. LOT Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Knockerdowvn, in the occupation of Mr. Coxen. LOT 5. A Field of excellent LAND, Called Old Banks Close, near Knockerdown, containing 2 acres, in the occupation of Mr. Cox Jn. LOT 6. Three Fields of rich PASTUan LAND, called Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    PETTY SEssioss, Nov. 17. og [Before H. C. PoLE-GRLL, and H. IV. WALTicALL, Esqrs | c hth George Lee, publicen, Knockerdown, near Carsington, Is was summoned for being drunk whilst in charge of a horse on the highway at Carsington, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to conditions which will then be read:- . 9- LOT 1. nS A VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM, situate at ic- A Knockerdown, in the parish of Hognaston, in the County of Derby, comprising a substantial Farm House, Si of modern erection, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    subject to conditions which will then be POr read:- LOT 1. IY, A VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM, situate at I . Knockerdown, in the parish of Hognaston, in the M4E County of Derby, comprising a substantial Farm House, teni of modern Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    the of Bradbourne highway, ill LOT 2. in n A FIELD of rich GRAsB LAND, adjoining the road ,ne from Knockerdown to Bradbourne, called The Pingle, tt ontaining lA. 2B. 33P. ith Both Loti are in the occupation of Mr. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    C. Pole-Gell, Esq., and -,Aehton, Esq., and the Bradbourne highway. A FIELD of rich GRASS LAND, adjoining the road from Knockerdown to Bradbourne, called The Pingle, containing lA. 2R, 33P. Both Lots are in the occupation of Mr. Fealn, who Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Esq., and - Ashton, Esq., and the Bradbourne highway. L A FIELD of rich GRASS LAND, adjoining the road from Knockerdown to Bradboarne, called The Pingle, EX containing IA. 2n. 33P. Both Lots are in the occupation of Mr. Feam, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    sold to /he highest birlder. Mr. Iteatheote having all the Stock sad Implemtents he required upon his new Earnm at Knockerdown, this Sale will not be iLt nnvN nv intertered with by that gentleman. All l'o/s sI, 11),1itld to mublic Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    to Brassington aforesaid, being No. 610 on the said survey, abutting on Wester Lane, and the highway from Brassington to Knockerdown, containing 5A. OR. SP. or thereabouts. LOT 11. Two FIELDS of most useful Freehold MIEADOW LAND, called "The Jaggerways," Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Brassington aforesaid, being No. t(lt on the said D survey, abutting on Wester J~anc, and the highway from Brassington to Knockerdown, containing MA. OR. 3GP. or thereabouts. LOT 11. . Two FIELDS of most useful Freehold MEADOW t, LAND, called Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cowhouse thereon, being .;0N. 709 nad 710on the said survey, and also abutting on the said highway from Brassington to Knockerdown, containing to- gether 5A. 3U. lir. or thereabouts LOT 12. Two other equally Valuable PAnCELS of Copyhold MIEADOW LAND Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Lilies, left Cross o'th'Hands and Hulland on the right, Bradley on E the left, over an upland grass line to Knockerdown, Carsington, and Hopton, a gradual ascent of 600 feet C in nine miles; then turned right handed to near Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    admitted that he had not taken one. The Bench inflicted a fine of 20s. and costs. Jamns Lichfield, farmer, of Knockerdown, John Redfern, calf dealer, of Hoggaiaton, and Artlhur Allsop, farmer, of Hulland Ward, were summoned for furious driving at Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Jonath « Q Whole^ of the firm of strlet fi Wh k °7' wholesale grocers, King William n p n bnd K<S aged 56. w™ a .J ! ast » at Knockerdown, near Ashbourn, Mr wm. Smith, jun., cattle dealer. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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