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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Meppershall

    Elizabeth wife of William Cornwallis and Mary wife of George Harvey . By her first husband, John Leventhorpe junior, she had issue Thomas Leventhorpe . She died in 1489 , and John Stanford her husband was seised of the manor

    Parishes Sawbridgeworth

    manor called Mathams and lands in Sawbridgeworth to John Leventhorpe by fine of Hilary, 1413-14 . 164 Leventhorpe of Shinglehall, baronet. Argent a bend gobony gules and sable . John Leventhorpe was member for the county in 1413 and 1422.

    Parishes Thorley

    Leventhorpe , to whom John son of Thomas Pinchbeck remitted his right in 1419 . 24 John Leventhorpe obtained an inspeximus of the grant of free warren in 1438 . 25 From this date the manor descended in the

    Parishes Hamerton Morley . Argent a lion sable crowned or . Knyvet. Argent a bend and a border engrailed sable . Bedell. Gules a cheveron engrailed between three scallops argent .

    Francis Compton , and Mary, who in 1655 married Sir Thomas Leventhorpe , bart. 52 Bedell. Gules a cheveron engrailed between three scallops argent . Sir Francis purchased the Leventhorpe moiety and thus obtained the whole manor. 53 In 1683

    Parishes Toft

    She married first John Leventhorpe and secondly John Stamford . After Joan's death in 1489 Stamford held the manor 114 until his own death in 1493 when Thomas Leventhorpe , son of Joan and John Leventhorpe , succeeded. 115 Thomas

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEVENTHORPE, John (d.1435), of Sawbridgeworth, Herts. and Ugley, Essex.

    Derby appointed Leventhorpe as his attorney with specific powers to take seisin of the duchy of Lancaster estates in the event of John of Gaunt’s death; and when this arrangement was rescinded by King Richard in February 1399, Leventhorpe felt

    FORTHEY, John, of Worcester.

    FORTHEY, John, of Worcester. Constituency Dates Worcester 1420 Worcester May 1421 Worcester Dec. 1421 Worcester 1422 Worcester 1429 Worcester 1431 Ofifces Held Clerk of the peace, Worcs. Jan. 1419-c. Mich. 1426. Ofifces Held Escheator, Worcs. 5 Nov. 1432-3. Ofifces

    BUT (BUTTE), John, of St. Gennys, Cornw.

    BUT (BUTTE), John, of St. Gennys, Cornw. Constituency Dates Barnstaple 1402 Bodmin May 1413 Bodmin Nov. 1414 Liskeard 1417 Truro 1422 Truro 1425 Ofifces Held Feodary of the estates of the duchy of Lancaster in Devon Feb. 1400-July 1405.

    GOLDINGTON, John I (d.1419), of Thele and Hunsdon, Herts. and Springfield, Essex.

    GOLDINGTON, John I (d.1419), of Thele and Hunsdon, Herts. and Springfield, Essex. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 1406 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Herts. Jan. 1412 (persons liable for taxation). Biography By the early 14th century, if not before, this MP’s

    HALL, Robert II (by 1497-1565), of York.

    freeman. His career was to set a pattern for younger sons in his family: his nephew Ralph Hall likewise quitted Leventhorpe for York and rose to be mayor, and so in turn did Ralph’s nephew Henry Hall†.[footnote]Hall joined the York

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

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    CP.G.3581

    : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Lacey [Lacye] Role: witness Details: male; 50; armiger Location: Bradford, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Leventhorp (Leventhorpe) : undefined Participant: Joan Littlewood [Litlewodde] Role: witness Details: female; 50; wife of John Littlewood Location: Bradford, St Peter

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boll. 14th Fooc-Lieut. C. Leventborpe, to bhe Capt. by purchase, vice Wilson, who retires; Enig . H.HlietbeLet by porchase, vice Leventhorpe; H. Fitzgerald, Gent. to be 17th FostCo~t CVeoper, fr om the 3d West India Regij mnt, t~obte Capt. vice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    proceedrings against tire icer. iMfr Nlorris. ARMY AND NAVY. Tnre SPITHEAD FORTS are to be constructed by Mr Leather, of Leventhorpe, near Leeds, who has been successfully engaged on the great harbour worlas at Portland for many years. Operations will Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one hide, and it is worth £12. per annum.I In the year 1421, the manor passed into the Leventhorpe family, William Leventhorpe having wedded Jomn, the heiress to the Heronville estates. The annual value of the manor In the year Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rMlody...3 7 4 &30.-TheNEW Srnxsot lftesasseab, wish lOCO added, for two-year-olds; colts 8st.lOlb,,lllies Set .71b; winners eXtr T.Y.C. Rioter Reformazion Leventhorpe 1S4rl of Annandala &Desperatau ,i Limonite Kyle yo,.lraptouLo~t;t . Whisperer RougePDragan J-Criffel Ia :Pertains. Bruree' , ,ochester t Pilgrim's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The above have arrived. t Camberwell Rnzan= F by Foxhall- i Gyges flennod Cipolletta t Garitaldi Daelmatia Shushan T Goldogest Leventhorpe F by Sweetbread- hi Restaurant Limonito Aushuscada W F'resco F by Reveller-. by~ciward the con- l Tawton Aroma C Subscribers-only content

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