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

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    CP.G.1843

    30; yeoman Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Lynbye) : ecclesiastical parish Nottinghamshire Participant: Robert Inglesent [Inglesant] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby(Linby) : ecclesiastical parish Nottinghamshire Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Lynbye, Lynby, Lindby,

    CP.H.2891

    : ecclesiastical parish Saddleworth (Saddleworth) : chapelry Butterworth (Butterworth) : chapelry Location: Westminster (Westminster) : undefined Location: Chester Cathedral Precincts (Cheshire) Place(s): Chester cathedral (ecclesia cathedralis Christi et Beate Marie) : undefined Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Linlye) : manor

    CP.H.5451

    Location: Nottinghamshire Place(s): North Clay (North Cley) : division Location: Trowell (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Trowell (Trowell) : undefined Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Lymbee) : undefined Location: Nottinghamshire Place(s): Nottingham (Nottingham) : town Location: Ilkeston (Derbyshire) Place(s): Ilkeston (Elkinston) : ecclesiastical

    CP.G.1482

    Christopher Marshall's will Participant: Henry Chaworth [Chaworthe; Clayworthe; Clayworth; Chayworth; Chayworthe] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Lynbye, Linby) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: executor of Christopher Marshall's will Participant: Christopher Marshall [Marshall] Role: testator Details: male;

    CP.H.2988

    Rochdale (Lancashire) Place(s): Tongem (Tongem') : undefined Location: Long Acres (Lonacres) : undefined Location: Chapel (Chappell) : undefined Location: Town Hill Holes (Townehill Holes) : undefined Location: Pythorne (Pythorne) : undefined Location: Linby (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Linby (Linbye, Linby) : manor

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Editorial note

    the Leicestershire County Archivist; Mr. G. A. Chinnery , the Leicestershire City Archivist; and Mr. V. R. Webster , of Linby , Notts., who in various ways helped with the progress of this volume, and to Professor Nikolaus Pevsner ,

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Newstead

    use. 7 In 1251 Henry III gave to the priory 10 acres of land out of the royal hay of Linby , to be held quit of regard and view of foresters and verderers and of all forest pleas, with

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    Henry , the Nottingham churches of St. Mary , St. Peter, and St. Nicholas, and the churches of Radford , Linby , and Langar , and the tithes of his fisheries, all in Nottinghamshire ; Bakewell with all its appurtenances,

    Parishes Knowle

    the Balsall road east of the church is a house, 'The Cottage', showing some remains of late-16th-century framing, and ' Linby Cottage' nearly opposite has some 17th-century framing in the west gable-head. A barn near the former is also of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STRELLEY, Robert (by 1518-54), of Great Bowden, Leics.

    the pardon roll of 1548 he is styled ‘alias Tebbe late of Linby, gentleman’, a description which would fit a base son of Sir Nicholas Strelley of Linby, Nottinghamshire, whose heirs were his sisters; such an origin would also account

    CHAWORTH, George (d.1615), of Gray's Inn, London and Harthill, Yorks.

    East Retford Member belonged to the junior branch at Linby. His father died early in Chaworth’s childhood in 1557, and his mother five years later. The eldest son Henry inherited the Linby estate, and John, the second son, later entered

    STANHOPE, Sir William (1626-1703), of Shelford, Notts.

    a Royalist, but he does not appear in the records of the commissioners for compounding, presumably because his estate at Linby was held of Sir John Byron on a chattel lease. Stanhope’s eldest brother was killed in the Civil War.

    BENTLEY, John, of Cheam, Surr.

    chamberlain of Chester, and then in June with a grant of the keepership of the King's manors of Mansfield and Linby (Nottinghamshire) which he was to hold for the next three years at a farm of 100 marks p.a. The

    CROWSHAW, John (d.1399), of Nottingham.

    was then in Queen Anne’s custody. The queen had also been assigned the lordship of Mansfield and the manor of Linby, and during the next ten years Crowshaw was responsible there for organizing repairs to sewers, mills, houses and weirs.[footnote]

  • * British History Online * *

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    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, Middlesex, Duchy Liberty, Royal Ward, -

    , John 5.60 28.00 0.60 50.00 Mathews , Mary 8.00 40.00 2.40 200.00 Mathews , Mary 0.00 0.00 2.40 200.00 Linby , John 4.80 24.00 1.20 100.00 Sage , Thomas 4.00 20.00 0.30 25.00 Ponnsaby , John 2.40 12.00 0.30

    Surnames beginning 'L'

    : Sar, wid, 43.22 Wm, 26.18 Limbrick Dot; Mary, d, 12.22 Limbro John, ser, 35.4 Lime Benj , ser, 40.3 Linby Eliz, wid, 36.6 Linch Lynch: Bart, bach, 81.12 Dot, wid, 34.3 Eliz, ser, 54.7 , 81.2 Kath, wid, 27.6

    General Index, L, 01 October 1668-31 December 1668

    (late) Lilburne , John, of London Limerick , Bishop of (late), see Fuller, William. Limerick County , Ireland, lands in Linby , Paul Lincoln , Earl of, see Clinton. Bishop of, see Fuller, Wm. (late), see Sanderson, Rob. Archdeacon of Subscribers-only content

    Index, L, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    - (Lynakyer, Lenakre), Th., 438 (3 m. 6), 736, 771, 863, 882, 891, 920, 949, 968, 1082, 2519, 2656 (6). Linby (Lyndeby, Lymby), Notts, 438 (1 m. 6): g. 751 (3), 833 (55), 2684 (1). Lincluden (Linclowden, Kenclodin) provostry, in

    Charles II, July 1669, 01 July 1669-31 July 1669

    and other materials for blowing up the wrecks at Woolwich are sent there, and lodged in the custody of Paul Linby, our agent, ready to be issued to Mr. Young, gunner of the Royal Jame s . We never had Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. Cooke, Micklehurst, Cheshire, & Manchester, calico-printer. [Perkins, Gray's inn square. J. Williamson, Leicester, victualler. [Holme, New inn. C. Shipley, Linby, Nottingharosli're, lace-marufacturer. [Taylor, Feather, stone buildings. R. Parker, Shrewsbury, boot and shoe-maker. [Philpot, Southampton It. W. Hamiibly, jun. Tavsstock, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evidenice was adduced :-Mr John Allcock, farmer of Linby, is a cousin to the deceased, who was forty years of age, a ba- chelor, and soa to Mr Richard Hardstaff, of Linby Hall, farmer. On MTonday morninig witness went over Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B. Mends to be Rlear-Admiral of the Ble. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. T. and R. Lomas, MDanchester, corn dealeas-R. and T. Hardstaff, Linby, Not- tinghamshioe, farmers-G. Tgag, sen. and G. Teog, jun. Stamford hill, veterinary surgeons-W. and C. L. Cornish, Birmingham, beolesellers-J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James Lockwood Seton (Crown 8vo-) Hamilton, Adams, and Co. Early Beglish Text Society.-Be Domes DBege, &o. Edited by J. Rawson Linby, B.D. (Demy 8vo, pp. 87.) Trtibner and Co. 2s. Early English Text Society-Cursor MIundi. Edited by the Rev. R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATVTIN ~xEzeO, AND iN52S~GEA £ON-L7 T5L',G!lAvEg, orns, STaeL.P0 BUVDDING9, NiUVW STRgX tIuRJEREI CELRHAMBE.S. An inperial decree fixes the 5th of November for the opening of the sesion of the Senate and Legislative Corps. The Pesse of yesterday observes that Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Richard Meires, 8/11/1632

    Surname Meires Forename Richard Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Appointment Date 8/11/1632 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Linby// Location OTHER INFORMATION Source BI, Sub. Bk.2 (Subscription Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Neile, Richard/York Province 1632- 1640 Comment

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