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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lewknor

    Parishes LewknorLEWKNOR The parish lies in the south-west of the hundred which bears its name. Like other parishes that run up into the Chilterns , Lewknor forms a long narrow strip, 2 miles broad at its widest and 5

    The hundred of Lewknor THE HUNDRED OF LEWKNOR

    The hundred of Lewknor THE HUNDRED OF LEWKNOR In the early 19th century Lewknor hundred had an area of 19,780 acres and a population of 5,416. 1 Throughout the greater part of its history its villages have been principally engaged

    South Mimms Manors

    for 20 years. 63 The manor remained in the Lewknor family until 1483, when Sir Thomas Lewknor was attainted and his lands granted to Robert Scrope . 64 In 1484 Lewknor was pardoned 65 and his lands were restored in

    Itchingfield Local government

    inheritance before 1457 the advowson of Itchingfield was assigned to Roger Lewknor . 38 Sir Thomas Lewknor forfeited it on his attainder in 1484 , 39 but Sir Roger Lewknor was patron in 1520 and 1540. 40 He died in

    Parishes Lasham

    latter, who married Sir Roger Lewknor , was assigned the manor of Lasham . Sir Roger Lewknor was seised of Lasham at his death in 1478 , and was followed by his son Thomas Lewknor , 31 who in his

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEWKNOR, Robert, of Heythrop, Oxon. and Pulborough, Suss.

    LEWKNOR, Robert, of Heythrop, Oxon. and Pulborough, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex Jan. 1404 Biography Robert did not come from that important branch of the Lewknor family with large estates in Sussex and Middlesex to which belonged Roger Lewknor, the shire

    LEWKNOR, Thomas (by 1529-71), of Alvechurch, Worcs.

    LEWKNOR, Thomas (by 1529-71), of Alvechurch, Worcs. Constituency Dates Ripon 1558 Ofifces Held Commr. sewers, Yorks. (W. Riding) 1555. Biography Thomas Lewknor came of the Sussex family of that name, his grandfather having been a younger brother of Sir Roger

    LEWKNOR, Edward (1516/17-56), of Kingston Buci, Suss.

    LEWKNOR, Edward (1516/17-56), of Kingston Buci, Suss. Constituency Dates Horsham Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held J.p. Suss. 1554-d.; commr. sewers, 1554, 1555. Biography Edward Lewknor came of a Sussex family which had provided many Members of 15th-century Parliaments, one of them

    MONTAGU, William (1652-91), of Baynards, Ewhurst, Surr.

    estate of £500 p.a. Nothing further is heard of him till 1681, when he replaced his wife’s first cousin, John Lewknor II, at Midhurst. He took no known part in the Oxford Parliament, but presumably supported exclusion. He improved his

    LEWKNOR, Richard (1542-1616), of Downeley, West Dean, Suss.

    Lewknor.[footnote]In May 1600 Lewknor travelled to Wales to take up his appointment as chief justice of Chester. The Queen wrote to the Earl of Pembroke, then president of the council in the marches, to say that Lewknor should be one

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