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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Kyre Wyard or Kyre Magna

    Parishes Kyre Wyard or Kyre Magna KYRE WYARD or KYRE MAGNA 1 Chure (xi cent.); Cure, Cure Wyard (xiii cent.); Curwyard (xiv cent.); Cuyrewyard (xv cent.); Kyrewiare, Kyer, Kyrewyarde (xvi cent.). This parish lies in the west of the county

    Parishes Stoke Bliss

    hamlet of Kyre Parva only being in Doddingtree Hundred. The whole parish was transferred to Worcestershire in 1897 . 1 It consists of two parts, divided by the hamlet of Kyre Parva, and is watered by the Kyre Brook and

    Parishes Edvin Loach

    trustee. 22 Roger Mortimer died in 1402 , 23 and the manor then followed the descent of Kyre Wyard (q.v.) until 1520, when Kyre Wyard was sold. Edvin Loach was retained by Lord de la Warr, and sold by his

    Parishes Tenbury

    in the tru stees of G. Meredith . 182 The chapels of Rochford , Kyre Wyard 183 and Laysters 184 were annexed to Tenbury Church. Kyre Wyard seems to have become separated from the mother church in the 15th century,

    Parishes Eastham

    In 1578 Thomas Hackluit sold the manor to Edward Pytts of Kyre , Filazer of the Court of Common Pleas, 80 and it has since followed the descent of Kyre Wyard 81 (q.v.). The moiety of the manor held by

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1494-1498, 01 January 1494-31 December 1498

    1056 May 28. John Grey, lord de Wilton, co. Hereford, William Courtney of Yelton co. Devon and John Mortymer of Kyre co. Worcester, knights, to the king. Bond in 300 l ., payable at Michaelmas. Cancelled . 1057 Elizabeth, widow Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, February 1560, 5-10, 06 February 1560-10 February 1560

    O. Forbes, 1. 322. 706 . Throckmorton to Cecil. 1. Recommends that Thomas Keys, (named in his former letters Thomas Kyre,) servant to the Earl of Huntly, returning to Scotland by the way of England, should have a passport. He

    Index, J, K

    Kyngton. See Kineton. Kynlet. See Kinlet. Kynnardfery. See Kinardfery. Kynsey , Robert, 1226. Kynton , Thomas, 748. Kynton. See Kineton. Kyre , Great [co. Worcester ] , 1056. Kyriell , John, 675. -, Thomas, 980. Kyrkeby , John, 152, 1138. Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    to collect King's debts, 359(2) Pyatt or Pyott, Sir Richard, grocer and Alderman of London grant to, 336 Pyms , Edmonton, co. Middlesex farm of, 313 Pytts (Pytt), Edward, of Kyre Wyard, co. Worcester his name on Sheriffs' Roll, 187

    Index, P

    Neale, 160. Pigot , Richard, Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, signs testimonial to Lister, 191. Pitt , Sir Edward, of Kyre Wyard, co. Worcester petition to Cecil, 201. Plague , The, in London, 6, 129. at Waltham Cross, 112. 117,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PYTTS, Edmund (1729-81), of Kyre, nr. Tenbury, Worcs.

    PYTTS, Edmund (1729-81), of Kyre, nr. Tenbury, Worcs. Constituency Dates Worcestershire 26 Dec. 1753 241761 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Worcs. 1771-2. Biography Edmund Pytts, a Tory, succeeded his father as Member for the county. He died 13 Dec. 1781.

    PYTTS, Edmund (?1696-1753), of Kyre, nr. Tenbury, Worcs.

    PYTTS, Edmund (?1696-1753), of Kyre, nr. Tenbury, Worcs. Constituency Dates Worcestershire 1741 24 Nov. 1753 Biography Pytts, whose family acquired Kyre in 1576,[footnote] owned large estates in Worcestershire, for which he was returned in 1741, after unsuccessfully contesting Ludlow in

    CHILDE, William Lacon (1786-1880), of Wrockwardine and Kinlet, Salop.

    in "muddling away his money with little or no show for it'.[footnote] He inherited the Baldwyns' 5,000-acre Worcestershire estate of Kyre unencumbered in 1832 as heir-at-law to his kinsman Jonathan Pytts (d. 1808), and disentailed it for his son Jonathan,

    PYTTS, Samuel (c.1674-1729), of Kyre Park, Worcs.

    (c.1674-1729), of Kyre Park, Worcs. Constituency Dates Hereford 8 Dec. 1699 1700 Worcestershire 1710 1715 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Worcs. 1704–5; freeman, Worcester 1714. Ofifces Held Ld. of Trade 1713–Dec. 1714. Biography Although Pytts succeeded to the title of Kyre Park

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hoghes, Liverp9o0; gwobr lp,. ystyriai Tefolog nsd oedd neb yn dedlneg o'r wobhr, N ichdwyd cystadlen- aeth y eiirndlrf pres, 'Kyre Eleifon ;' gwobr 14p., oberwydd fod yr anwau yn ddiweddar yn djfod i law. Wedi daTIen biirniadseth Mr. Morris Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    week a quantity of stock and crops were seized for non- payment of rent on the lands of Kyl and Kyre, in the county of Meath, and that on the following night one of the keepers was made prisoner by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been landed from the Ony.'TThere isiotmuclsdoingintheLedwyche. In the Tenbury waters the wasp grub is doineg excellentexecou- tion. The Rea, Kyre, and Ledwyche in good fishing order., LunG AND ARROw (LEOMlrNSTEU).-Both these streams G. are in very fair order for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    clear. The trout rise well to the green insect and whirling blue. Some good trout have been taken from the Kyre with the wasp grub, and a few nice fish from the Rea with the fly. LUGG AND ARROW (LEONISNSTER).-Tlhese Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v water3 have risen but slowly. The best-flies are the whIrling t lb blue, 3ilver-twisted blue, and green insect, The Kyre end the Rea c 0 are in good condition and have slightly risen. A few flsh have c 12 Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1751, 17 March 1752

    Pariih of Stoke Blifs, leading through " the feveral Pariflies of Edwin, Ralph, Collingtoh, and " the Hamlet of Little Kyre, Sapey Wood, in the Parifli " of Upper Sapey, Bifoop's Froo?ne, Wooferzvood Gate, " and Herefordf!?ire Lake, in the Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1751, 19 March 1752

    Stoke Blifs, lead- " ing through the feveral Pari (lies of Edwin, Ralph, " Collmgton, and the Hamlet of Little Kyre, Sapey Wood " in the Parifh of Upper Sapey, Bifhop's Froome, Woofer- " wood Gate, and HerefordfiireLake, in the Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1751, 19 March 1752

    of Stoke Blifs, leading " through the feveral Parifhes of Edwin, Ralph, Col- " lington, and the Hamlet of Little Kyre, Sapey Wood " in the Parifh of Upper Sapey, Bijhofs Froome, Woofer- " wood Gate, and Herefordfiiire Lake, in Subscribers-only content

    20 March 1751, 20 March 1752

    in the Parilh of Stoke Blifs, leading through the feveral Pariihes of Edwin, Ralph, Collington, and the Hamlet of Little Kyre, Sapey Wood in the Parifh of Upper Sapey, Bifljop's Froome, Woofer- wood Gate, and Herefordjhire Lake, in the faid Subscribers-only content

    26 March 1752, 26 March 1752

    of Stoke Blifs, leading through the feveral Parifhes of " Edwin, Ralph, Collingtort, and the Hamlet of Little " Kyre, Sapey Wood in the Parifh of Upper Sapey, " Bifhop's Froome, Wooferwood Gate, and Herefordshire " Lake, in the faid Subscribers-only content

 

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