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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Bishampton

    manor at Bishampton was held under the Lacys by the family of Ferches or Furches, who were perhaps descendants of the second Frenchman who held of Roger de Lacy in 1086 . The Lacys ' overlordship seems to have lapsed

    Eynsham Manor

    that of Robert Adam ; Adam is not known to have worked at Eynsham but was an acquaintance of the Lacys , rebuilding Drury Lane theatre for James Lacy and also working for Garrick . 18 Thomas Parker lived at

    Parishes Stanford on Teme

    as 21/2 hides, and Hugh held it of him. 8 The overlordship passed with that of Bishampton 9 from the Lacys to the Verdons, Stanford being held of the honour of Weobley , and was assigned, after the death of

    Parishes Hill Croome

    it early in the 12th century. 12 This manor was evidently one of those which Hugh Poer took from the Lacys and gave to Walter de Meduana (see Himbleton ), for Walter de 'Marine' is mentioned as an owner in

    Townships Ightenhill Park

    ft. above sea level at the Calder bank to 530 ft. in the centre, where the ancient manor-house of the Lacys stood. Here Edward II spent several days at the beginning of October 1323 , being engaged in hearing pleas

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    hanged at Kilkenny, 323. , William, rebellion of, 322. , , brothers of, 322. , , hanged at Kilkenny, 322. Lacys , the, 441. Laffam , brother-in-law of Archer the priest, 15. , hath been High Sheriff of Tipperary, 15. Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 April 1599-28 February 1600

    319. , , land of, 368. , , is made constable of Loughgirr, 416. Lacys , the, of Munster, 133. Laghlin , co. Carlow. See Laughlin. Laheintama , 418. Lambert , Sir Oliver, 124. , , declaration signed by, 127. Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 205, August 1599, 01 August 1599-31 August 1599

    feigned religion, and for divers other wicked respects, seduced and stirred the Geraldines of Munster, the Clancartys, Clangibbons, Clansheehys, the Lacys, the Lord Roche, the Lord of Cahir, the Lord of Lixnaw, the Sullivans, Mullrians, Kennedys, O'Carrolls (Sir Charles O'Carroll Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 202 Part 4, December 1598, 01 December 1598-31 December 1598

    old English are sure to be rooted up, driven out, and slaughtered, without commiseration, as were, in Ulster, the Savages, Lacys, Bissetts, and Stranges; in Munster, the Cogans, Brunells, Bardolphs, with many more; in Connaught, the Berminghams, Stauntons, Jordans, Mortimers; Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 August 1545-31 December 1545

    Lache , Ric., i. 557 (f. 7). Lacheford , Oxon. See . Latchford. Lachinden Wm. , ii. 402. Lacies Court (Lacys Courte) , Berks, i. p. 684. Lacke , Robt., ii. App. 43 (50, 54). Lackenby (Laykenby) , Yorks., i.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reign of Henry the Second became settled in the country. The possessions of "the Desmonds," of the Butlers, the De Lacys, and the Burkes were reckoned among the ancient inheritances of the land. The Geraldines became "ipsis Hibernis Hiberniores." The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MACHINERY, TOO-LS, ., FOR SALE -cnic!) B J~l ~ F:,; in II. e' em hit,by 6f lL by O ft. l-rin;rtaen( ct-~~~~ Ilr,-r -oe- I To' 1viP'i it swort~ -- I)% Ic i- %- - 711 '- --. tIr-l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may give the dozen white lu'as In their coat. It was from the Insu, a fall-grown pike, that the Lucies Lacys, or Laces' derived their name. and the family still bear three Inces as their coat of arms. So that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    UPTON WVARREN.-THE STORY OF A I WORCESTERSHIRE PARISH. Few, perhiaps, of our readers have ever, till lately, been anvare of tbe e!istence of such a parisi as that of Upton Warren, in Worcestersilire, hut the newspasper reports of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BY GEO)RGE SU2READ, THISD Yst1 o'clok the whole of the STOCKI-1-Y-TRAD) of00 ar of BOOT and SHOES, Worreu's.. Men's, end Lacys' CLP'HN li. the HOUSEHtOLD FURN'ITU~tE, Shop Fixtures, ani Eects, to bo Sold by order of the Trustees, Austioneer's Oficesa, Subscribers-only content

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