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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Langworth

    Hospitals Langworth 102. THE HOSPITAL OF LANGWORTH There was another hospital for lepers at Langworth , dedicated to St. Margaret, in 1313 . One of the numerous indulgences granted by Bishop Dalderby in this year was intended for its support.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kirkstead

    , Dunholm, Benniworth , Ulceby , Scampton , Sheepwash , Branston , Aneheythe, Linwood , Thimbleby , Scrane, Langton , Langworth , Wildmore, Braken, Torrington, in Lincolnshire , and Sunnolclif and Penistone , Yorks, 30 with the churches of Gayton

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Barlings

    The original endowment of this abbey consisted of the vill of Barlings and its church; of lands and mills in Langworth , Walmsgate , Kirkby , Riseholme , Buslingthorpe , and elsewhere in the county, and the churches of Broughton

    Parishes Arrington

    In 1066 Leveva held 1/2 hide of Eddeva the fair; 97 she may have been Leva wife of Alfsige of Langworth (Lincs.). 98 The land passed to Count Alan of Brittany , and in 1086 was held of him by


    called a manor by 1501 . 14 On William's death the estate was shared by his mistress Alice Roberts (later Langworth ) and their son John Wele (or Roberts). John was in sole possession from her death c . 1538

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SUTTON, John I (d.c.1391), of Lincoln.

    elder must then have been near retirement. His purchase, four years later, of the manor of Newhall and lands in Langworth and Maidenwell, Lincolnshire, was transacted by his son, who took personal delivery of securities worth £426 from the vendor,

    STONHAM, Robert (d.1455), of Stonhams in Rattlesden, Suff. and Dillington, Hunts.

    more.We do not know from whom Stonham acquired his lands in the Lincolnshire villages of Caythorpe, Ranby and Staunton by Langworth, but these too may have come to him through marriage. Not content with his gains so far, he also

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Collingwood, 4,2001.; Cap- tain Cooke, R.N., 1,5751 ; Captain Dufif R.N., 1,5751.; Captain Hardinge, uI N., 1,5751. Major-Generals Mackenzie and Langworth, 2,1001.; Lieut.- General Sir John Moore, 4,2001.; Marquis Cornwallis, 6,300!. ; Ma- jor-General Houghton, 1,5751 ; Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    who said be had heard Benton promise Langworth that be would sign the bills. He was at the CentralStores. and said he would not leave for ten minutes, upon which, according to witness, Langworth had said r1 cannot stop now, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Mb VOLJAMae's). atShaV1)a Ten.-This day, Dee. 13. at Pulsford Bridge; ThursdaY, Dee.. 14, at Gate Burton; Saturday, Dee 16, at Langworth Bridgo. THN COTSowOLD HOUNDs, at ha- past Etever.-This day,- Dec. lN, at ColesbournSe Friday, Dec. 15, at Withbigton- Tait Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day, Deo. 15, at The Oaks. Trn BusfroNc HUNT HounD3 (Mit PoLSAEsS B), at haY paet .Ten,-Saturday, Dcc. 16, at Langworth Bridgo. THs COTSWOLD HourNn, at hnij-past Bleven.-Tlss day, Dec. '16, at Withington. LOBD MnIDLETON'ts Hofuncs, at haf-past Tcr.-Thtn'day. Dee. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    army. In conclusions he expressed the hope that an understanding would be arrived at with regard to the bill. -Hbrr Langworth von Simmern opposed the bill on the ground that he was against the grinciple of the Septennate, and was Subscribers-only content

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