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You searched for: Place: Lewknor, Date from: 1850-01-01, Date to: 1874-12-31

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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

    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

    Rusper Church

    (later the whole manor) to the Lewknor family, 57 Sir Roger Lewknor presenting in 1509 and 1515. Before 1560 it passed to the three daughters and coheirs of the same or another Sir Roger Lewknor , whose husbands or heirs

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 170, May 1584, 01 May 1584-31 May 1584

    The Mayor and Citizens of Chichester to the Council. Send up by Richard Lewknor the sun of 5 l . which they have collected for the inhabitants of Namptwich, towards the relief of their lamentable mischance by fire. May 3 Subscribers-only content

    Volume 73, July 1654, 01 July 1654-31 July 1654

    and passing the charter. Mr. Lewknor and I were receivers, took 3,340 l . 3 s . for, the King, and paid in 2,300 l ., leaving 627 l . 1 s . due by Lewknor, and 416 l . Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    , Charles, landsurveyor, London port, 87. Nova Scotia , timber in, 1383. Nowell , , rent paid by, out of Lewknor Court, 805. -, Charles, landwaiter, Deal port, 110. -, Christopher, of Preston, 893, 912, 915. -, Cradock, of Cardiff,

    Index, L, 01 January 1689-31 December 1692

    Llanishen, 249, 457, 605, 976, 1474, 1542. Lewisham co. Kent, 370 disorders by soldiers at, 1810. Lewknor , co. Oxford, hundred of, 1448. Lewknor Court , co. Kent, 804. Lewson . See Leveson. Lex , John. See Lee, John. Lexboar

    Railey - Ryves

    d 26 Nov 1711, bur St Martin Outwich (3) Admon in Court of Delegates, Mar 1714/5 f Richard Rolles of Lewknor, Oxon, arm, mar 1663, Sacta, da of Richard Harrison, MT (2) "Indifferent", 1682, ? Whig, 1683, "goes to Church"

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leicester. Psur a ER113rs AND ArsoINTMENT5-ROv B. B. Bovan; viear of Luton, Bedfordshire. Hon. and Rev. W. Byron; vicar of Lewknor. Oxfordshire. Rev. H. G. do Chaeille; incumbent of Saltncy, Chester. Rev. T Ewbank. M.A.. lte British Chaplain at Chamounie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "Alia,' Oily O~ne' &c. & ~e Crown rHfIE TOUTCTI of at V.AI]L)HNaNvl f~t~YM1i A, aN'ovc. 1,v-T'. SPARR~ OW. Crowna -PLFANOR LEWKNOR., a KNoelr- Fy11t.PULLEN- tJ lltl'I AuUu~r, of Sully Wotn.' l'ns YosCrosciso.. 2Is mrliii BLACK BOX M-UE.aStrtry. By the 4NTYE'R Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co.) 3 Vels. "The Sin of Joost Avelingh," a Dutch Story, by Maarten Msartens (Remington and Co.) 2 voles. "Eleanor Lewknor," by B. Pollen-Burry (Remington and Co.) 2 vole. "A Loyal Mind," by Eleanor C. Price (Remington and "A. St¶,e.oia5ed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1863. - H was- ordained in 1556, and after a curacy at lyliddle Claydon. he became vicar of i Lewknor,. Oxfordehire. In - Ito he was -appointed boy - IEarl- Russell- to the rectory of St.. Mary's, .Ilyanston, Square,- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    In the a elor. d I cal bigotry" department- " The corpse of a young woman was borne into the Lewknor church, and the usual legess Iread by the clergyman of the place, immediately after k which, as the bearers Subscribers-only content

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