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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leyton Manors and estates

    229 The KNOTTS AND BROOKLANDS estate probably originated as part of the 15th-century Knotts estate described above. In 1537 Robert Elrington 230 was the manorial tenant of land at Phillebrook called Brokeland and also of land at Knotts Green .

    Leyton Economic history, marshes and forests

    by Whitings Grove , were included among parcels of the farm called Knotts sold in 1576 . 63 Pannage for swine was claimed for Leyton manor and Knotts in 1630 64 and for Ruckholt manor in 1653 . 65 It

    Index L - Z

    188 Brewhouse, 193 Forest Ho ., 186-90, 199 Great Ho ., 190-1, 193 Haliwell priory, 175, 191-2 Knotts ( Poplars ), 192, 199 Knotts and Brooklands , 192-3 Leyton ( Grange ), 185-7, 190, 193, 195-9, 201, 205, 208, 214

    Townships Chipping

    Shireburne, the son of John , in 1653 begged allowance of his title to Chipping Manor , Wolfhall , the Knotts , & c, conveyed to him by his father, William Parker having unjustly intruded thereon. This claim was admitted

    Townships Ulverston

    272. The site of the priory with demesne lands and pastures called Elistonflat, Hedbank, Great and Little Ladyflat , Eglisfield, Knotts , Gascow Wood and Hagg , Hedwood, & c., was in May 1547 granted to William Paget ; Duchy

  • * British History Online * *

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    Undermilbeck, Applethwaite and Winster

    messuages or estates known by the several names of Low and High Galernel How, or as lately called "St. Catherine's," Knotts, Brow Head and Crosses, all situate in the township of Applethwaite in the said parish and now belonging to

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 251, February 1595, 01 February 1595-28 February 1595

    rent, 40 l .; fine, 20 l . [ Docquet . ] Feb 25. Lease to of the land called Knotts or Holmknotts, and the woods and grounds of Oxenfield and Swanside, co. York, part of the possessions of the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 January 1595-31 December 1597

    to Sir Wm., Comptroller of the Household, lord lieutenant of co. Oxon, commission of lieutenancy to letters to Knotts , or Holm Knotts, co. York, lease of Knyvett , Sir Hen. brother of Knyvett , Thos., lease to Koenck , Subscribers-only content

    Index - K, 13 April 1640-14 March 1643

    to France, 23 Sept. Wm. 1642, his Complaint against Istrand Love referred to a Committee, 7 Dec. Vide Love . Knotts , Nicolas, 1641, to be inserted in the Order for apprehending Priests and Jesuits, 18 June. Knyvell , Sir

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 July 1659-31 May 1660

    Prince Kittermaster , Cornet Knaresborough , co. York Knatchbull , Mary, Abbess of Ghent letter of Knight , Jas. Capt. (royalist) commissary Knotts (cypher name) Knowler , Young Knowles , Thos. Maj. Wm. Mr. Knutsford , Cheshire, letter dated from Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Bunkers Hill (Bunkers Hill) : undefined Participant: Anne Lancaster [Lancaster] Role: witness Details: female; 24; Spinster Location: Yorkshire Place(s): Knotts(Knotts) : undefined Described as 'near Sawley' <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 0cm 0cm 10pt;"><span style="font-family: Calibri;">James Smith, Martin Smith and Thomas

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O L D or L E T on Lease the .commodioes Premises, well enolosed Pltay-grOd attached, well situated at Stony Knotts, Higher BrougShtoD n ear MIanohester, somnetime since occupied as a Boarding aod Day School by Dr Beard, and now Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and carsicd, to the efect that the books ro- !iating to the registrar be lept in strong boxes, at MIr. Knotts office, in Foregate Street. VIOLENT ASSAULT ON A WIFE.-A muscular fellow, named William Crump, was yesterday brought before Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    old a politician to be provoked by blind petulance into a quarrel before the right moment has arrived; and he Knotts that the right moment for Eng- land's heping Poland will not leave come until the great conetitundesCi of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    White 2 Mr. Copelaud's St. Valentine, 'dyrs, Sbt~llh(0lI.) Nealse Air. Spnfford'e Hailstorm, 2 yin, list 7lb (k3O.) Shepherd 4 Mir. Knotts Beasdedsert, :3 yrs, fSht 3th (file.).. Chsloner S Mr. Scott's Vessison, aged, Mast 3ib (dlii.) ....Owner 0 Betting: U Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    coluntus of a magazine ? Why not have addressed a simple narrative of the now famous interview in 1856 to Knotts and Qurcies, or Athncetum, or Times? Mrs, Stowe has, however, chosen another course; has filled nearly forty columns of Subscribers-only content

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