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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wellesbourne with Walton

    Little Wellesbourne in 1290 . 44 Sir John was dead by February 1293 45 and Maud married John Lestrange of Knockin , who died in 1309 , leaving a son John. 46 As her third husband she married Thomas Hastang,

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Haughmond

    Lestrange family which acquired the lordship of Knockin were important benefactors, closely associated with the abbey. Many of their grants were in north-west Shropshire , around Knockin and Great Ness , and included Knockin chapel, the township of Caldicott ,

    Parishes Avington

    reversion of the manor in 1322 . 22 She soon afterwards married Eubold le Strange, son of John lord of Knockin . 23 In 1331, soon after the death of Emmeline, Eubold and Alice settled the manor on themselves with

    Parishes Westbury

    His heir was his kinsman, Roger Strange of Knockin , 32 but his widow Alice, subsequently married to Hugh le Freyne, held Westbury in dower. 33 In 1373 Roger Strange of Knockin , son of the above Roger, 34 granted

    House of Knights Hospitallers Preceptory of Halston

    26 and fodder was bought in 1428 for the horses of Richard, Lord Strange , the lord of Ellesmere and Knockin , 27 with whom the Hospitallers seem to have been on somewhat uneasy terms. In 1430 they had to

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOSTER (FORESTER), Thomas (by 1533-89), of Arlscott and Rodington, Salop.

    held sway, probably furnished the connexion which was to be strengthened by his sister Elizabeth’s marriage to Edward Stanley of Knockin, presumably the third son of the 2nd Earl of Derby. To his father’s landed acquisitions, particularly north of Wenlock,

    LUTTRELL, John (d.c.1421), of Carampton, Som.

    LUTTRELL, John (d.c.1421), of Carampton, Som. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1406 Ofifces Held Constable, Dunster castle by Mar. 1408-d. Ofifces Held Steward of duchy of Lancaster lordship of Kidwelly 20 July 1415-Feb. 1417. Biography Related to Sir Hugh Luttrell* of

    KYNASTON, Thomas (1450/54-1515/20), of Myddle, Hordley and Shrewsbury, Salop.

    Yorkist who augmented his fortunes by two wealthy marriages. His first wife, the widow of Richard, 7th Lord Strange of Knockin, brought the Kynastons a claim to the lordship of Myddle and other lands of the Strange inheritance; an inquisition

    MOLEYNS, Sir William (1378-1425), of Stoke Poges, Bucks.

    as one of her godmothers Chaucer’s daughter, Alice, countess of Salisbury. Another of Moleyns’s associates was Richard, Lord Strange of Knockin, for whom, in May 1417, he stood bail for his release from the Tower. Moleyns attended the Buckinghamshire elections

    STRANGE (LESTRANGE), Sir Roger (d.1426), of Edgware, Mdx.

    worth £2 a year in London.[footnote] He remained close to his nephew and heir, Richard, the 7th Lord Strange of Knockin, offering sureties of 1,000 marks on his behalf in December 1417 when he was bound over to keep the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    11 March 1756, 11 March 1756

    Pool in the County of Montgomery, " to Wrexham in the County of Denbigh, and alfo the " Road from Knockin in the County of Salop, to Llan- " rhaiaderm Mochnant in the County of Denbigh;" to which they defire Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1756, 12 March 1756

    in the County " of Montgomery, to Wrexham in the County of Den- " bigb, and alfo the Road from Knockin in the County " of Salop, to Llanrhaidder in Mochnant in the County " of Denbigh," Ordered, That the Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1756, 22 March 1756

    Pool in the County " of Montgomery, to Wrexham in the County of Denbigh, " and alfo the Road from Knockin in the County of " Salop, to Llanrhaidder in Mochnant in the County of " Denbigh." The Queftion was Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1756, 15 April 1756

    Town of Pool in the County of Montgomery, to Wrexham in the County of Denbigh, and alfo the Road from Knockin in the County of Salop to Llanrhaiader in Mochnant in the County of Denbigh :" " An Aft for Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1756, 15 April 1756

    Pool *c id the County of Montgomery, to Wrexham in the " County of Denbigh, and alfo the Road from Knockin " in the County of Salop to Lldnrhaiader in Mochnant " in the County of Denbigh? u " 30. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Jones, 8/7/1778

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 22117 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jones Forename John Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 8/7/1778 Office/Status Rector Location Knockin// OTHER INFORMATION Source NLW, SA/V/5 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Shipley, Jonathan/St. Asaph 1769- 1788 Comment

    John Jones, 14/7/1791

    CCEd Record ID: 22433 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jones Forename John Title Qualification MA EVENT TYPE Date 14/7/1791 Office/Status Rector Location Knockin// OTHER INFORMATION Source NLW, SA/V/5 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Bagot, Lewis/St. Asaph 1790- 1802 Comment

    Townsend Forester, 11/8/1806

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 22553 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Forester Forename Townsend Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 11/8/1806 Office/Status Rector Location Knockin// OTHER INFORMATION Source NLW, SA/V/5 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Horsley, Samuel/St. Asaph 1802- 1806 Comment

    John Roberts, 11/8/1806

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 22554 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Roberts Forename John Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 11/8/1806 Office/Status Curate Location Knockin// OTHER INFORMATION Source NLW, SA/V/5 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Horsley, Samuel/St. Asaph 1802- 1806 Comment

    John Jones, 13/6/1798

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 13428 Linked to person: Jones, John 1761-1798 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Jones Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 13/6/1798 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Knockin//Salop

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    road, cook. G. Taylor, Meredith street, Clerkenwell, foreman to a jeweller. W. Fothergill, Morley, Yorkshire, licenced victualler. T. L. Rogers, Knockin, Shropshire, farmer. J. Town, Halifax, Yorkshire, journeyman wheelwright. F. Gooderham, Vassal road, North Brixton, nurseryman. H.. Phillips, Temple street, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    business. J. Turner, Newcastle-under-Lyme, butcher. J. W. Barlow, Liverpool, coal agent. A. Beaumont, Gawthorp, Yorkshire, fancy manufacturer. T. L. Rogers, Knockin, Shropshire, farmer. C. W. Bond, Long lane, Bermondsey, eating-house keeper. G Garrett, Stockton, Durham, commission agent. R. Copley, Broomhall, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    business. J. Turner, Newcastle-under-Lyme, butcher. J. W. Barlow, Liverpool, coal agent. A. Beaumont, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, fancy manufacturer. T. L Rogers, Knockin. Shropshire, farmer. C. W. Bond, Long lane, Bermondsey, eating-house keeper. G. Garrett, Stockton, Durham, commission agent. R. Copley, Sheffield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    15 hands high, -,lit be a prze Mr. Joseph Gilman, jun,, Lancaster Street, Bir. Y5 t mirigham. Breeder: Air. Morris, Knockin. Heath, 8hrews. bury, "1Esquire." Bay. Height, 15 hands 14 iuah. Age 1C. yeius.-2nd, Mr. F. B. Jones, veterinary surgeon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lyaways laill (11,45); Friday, 19, Pottal Pool, at IL Smr W. W. WYNN'e.-This day, January 17, Hlinton; Fri- day, 19, Knockin Cate; Saturday, 20, Sarn Bridge, at 10.30. ''AILRY'S (sjft)-Thursday, January 18, Slawston, at 11. WA twon sHnxI (NORT11).-Tlhursday, January Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    "Knocking the School Boards on the head"., 1897

    " KNOCKIN G THE BOARDS ON THE H This is what the Education Bill aimed at doing, and this is the way in which a TORY MEMBER actually described it. Speaking in the House on June the 18th , MAJOR Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    heir to Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby , having married Joane, the daughter and heir to John, Lord Strange of Knockin , had summons to Parliament by the title of Lord Strange , in 22 Edw. 4., 1 Ric. 3., Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creati ng peers., 1856

    heir to Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby , having married Joane, the daughter and heir to John, Lord Strange of Knockin , had summons to Parliament by the title of Lord Strange , in 22 Edw. 4., 1 Ric. 3., Subscribers-only content

    "Knocking the School Boards on the head"., 1897

    " KNOCKIN G THE BOARDS ON THE H This is what the Education Bill aimed at doing, and this is the way in which a TORY MEMBER actually described it. Speaking in the House on June the 18th , MAJOR Subscribers-only content

    The prerogative of creating peers., 1832

    heir to Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby , having married Joane, the daughter and heir to John, Lord Strange of Knockin , had summons to Parliament by the title of Lord Strange , in 22 Edw. 4., 1 Ric. 3., Subscribers-only content

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