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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Harborough Magna

    1086 by Anseis, so that this portion of Harborough may be identified with that which was in possession of the Langleys by the mid-13th century, and most of which was granted in the reign of Henry III to Combe Abbey

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Prestwich

    to the chief lords, the manor to revert to Richard de Langley or his heirs. 25 The right of the Langleys under the settlement of 1313 was thus fully acknowledged. What became of Thomas de Prestwich is unknown. 26 He

    Rodmarton Local government

    245. Rodmarton manor was held of the de Keynes fam. in the early Middle Ages: see p. 236. In 1409 Langleys est. was said to be held of the fee of Lacy: Inq. p.m. Glos . 1359-1413 , 254; part

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Tonge

    of the Prestwich lands, and does not come into notice for some time after these lands had descended to the Langleys of Agecroft. In 1390 a Henry de Alkrington died, holding of the king by knight's service two messuages and

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Wyken and Caludon

    John - and, like Pinley , by their successors William Careswell, Joan Trillow , and Sir Baldwin Frevill. 8 The Langleys extended the estate by purchasing a number of small freeholdings in the village. 9 When, on the death of

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Monuments.]

    the eighth day of June, Anno Domini 1602 . And did give bountifully to the Poore of this Parish. If Langleys life you lift to know, read on and take a view, Of Faith and Hope I will not speake,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TUFNELL, John Jolliffe (1720-94), of Langleys, Essex

    Jolliffe (1720-94), of Langleys, Essex Constituency Dates Beverley 1754 1761 Biography Tufnell was returned for Beverley in 1754 after a contest. In Dupplin’s list of the House of Commons he appears under the heading ‘country gentlemen’, and was classed as

    HEAD, John (c.1656-1711), of Langleys, Hampstead Norris, Berks.

    (c.1656-1711), of Langleys, Hampstead Norris, Berks. Constituency Dates Stockbridge 1685 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Berks. 1698-9, j.p. by 1701-d. Biography Head came from a long line of Berkshire yeomen who had entered the ranks of the gentry only in the last

    TUFNELL, Samuel (1682-1758), of Langleys, Essex.

    (1682-1758), of Langleys, Essex. Constituency Dates Maldon 20 May 1715 01722 Colchester 1727 01734 Great Marlow 1741 01747 Ofifces Held Capt. of troop of Essex militia 1715; commr. of the equivalent 24 July 1717-18 Apr. 1719; commr. for settling commerce

    SANDFORD, Robert II (d.1459/60), of Askham, Westmld.

    the death of her childless brother, William, she had succeeded to all the Westmorland estates of her father, Sir Thomas Langleys. These comprised the manors of Great and Little Asby, Knipe and Helton Flechan (or Flecket), as well as land

    TUFNELL, William (1769-1809), of Chichester, Suss. and Barnsbury, Mdx.

    71807 Ofifces Held Lt. E. Mdx. militia 1793. Biography Tufnell’s grandfather, Samuel Tufnell of Langleys, Essex, sat for Colchester 1727-34 and his father and uncle represented Beverley in turn: in fact, according to the family historian, ‘since 1640 every generation,

  • * British History Online * *

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    1582 London Subsidy Roll, Lime Street Ward

    In Adryan de Porters howse, Francys his wyfe, Haunce van Seelde, Cely Lapson per poll 12 In Robert Kingslons howse, James Fox per poll 4 In John Langleys howse, Helyn Cornelis per poll 4 [Endorsed ] Summa 82 6 4

    Accounts, December 1593 - December 1595

    d and y e peale iiij d ij s iiij d It'm the iiij th was buried Josephe Bell m' Langleys s'u'nt of her Ma ties garn' whoe was Drowned in Swyminge, for the Cloth And knell vj d It'm

    Treasury Warrants, May 1717, 21-31, 21 May 1717-31 May 1717

    the road between Langleys Grounds on the south t o the sea and lands of Thomas Grove and John Luffkin and north on the King's highway: the tenement called Hill House and 17 acres in said Langley's tenure and held

    General Index, L, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    ] , accuracy of printed report of trial of Langley , William, petition for Nolle prosequi on indictment against, mentioned Langleys , the two Langly , , "who bought the rhinoceros", indicted and fined Languedoc , France, infected with contagious Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, December 1684, 01 December 1684-31 December 1684

    Exchange that two eminent merchants are gone aside for a considerable sum. I take it they are two of the Langleys. Yesterday the sessions began both at the Guildhall and Hicks' Hall, where about 200 Dissenters at each place were Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Putney, B. Cattle, Esq., so-On the 14th, at Waltham Abbey, Mr IL. Tuckwsll, 80-On the 18th, at Holloway, W. Davis, Esq.,52-Oat the lsth, J. J. Tufnell, Esq., of Langleys, Essex, 86-On the 20th, at Maida hill, J. Vickers, Esq., 0,5. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or Mann- P facture Meohanical Toy; stamped metaL-Address, D. 67, Daily Post c4660 )ICTURES (good) Wanted, in Exchange for Equities; Langleys, . Henshaws, or Wainwright's preferred.-Address, 398, Daily Poest c4979. OCRAP-IRON.-100 tons Burnt Wroght, Cast, and Turnings S Wanted.-Apply, Powell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Derby,; I. S. Combbrbach, Dale End, Liverpool; James N. Fleming, Kilkerrai eouse, Ayrshire; Henry Gilbert, Kensington, London; Joseph Harrison, the Langleys, Selly Oak, near Birmingham; John Morris, Wightwick House, near Wolverliampton; J. Percivall, Clent Villa, Harborne, Birmingham; and Robert Scrim- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in this town; deeply regretted. On the let inst., aged 45 years, Ann, wife of Mr. Joseph Harriwon, of The Langleys, ielly Oak. On tho 1st snst., aiter a short illnesis, a ged 2 yearsr and 4 mnouts, Harry, the Subscribers-only content

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