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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Canons Ashby

    Pinkney , at £37 6 s . 8 d ., and the temporalities, situated in Ashby , Plumpton , and Litchborough , at £17 16 s . 41/2 d . 14 In 1329, when Walter de Neyrnuit was appointed prior, Victoria County History

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Evesham

    , 97). Ibid. 75. Land in Northampton belonged to Evesham at the time of the Survey, i.e. 4 hides at Litchborough and one house in Northampton ( V. C. H. Northants , i. 301, 320). See Topography. Chron. de Evesham Victoria County History

    Stoke Bruerne STOKE BRUERNE Stoke Bruerne Village Shutlanger Village

    and Litchborough from Edmund Lord Grey de Wilton and Florence his wife. 46 Also in 1499 John Grey , Lord Grey de Wilton , sold to Richard Empson all his lands and tenements in Shutlanger , Stoke Bruerne and Litchborough Victoria County History

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    Fox- Davies Fox-Davies , A. C., and see Davies ; Fox Foxholes , the, see Ironbridge Foxley (in Blakesley , Litchborough ,and Pattishall , Northants .) , France , emperor, see Napoléon I Revolution, wine trade, and see Sèvres France-Hayhurst Victoria County History

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    : Isabel, see Burgh Sir John (fl. 1501), John (fl. 1501), Linley , and see Wren's Nest Lippesley , Jane, Litchborough ( Northants .) , see Foxley Little Bolas , see Bolas, Little Little Buildwas , see Buildwas Little Dawley Victoria County History

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    . Lisle , Agatha de; Geoffrey de; Gerard de; Henry de Maud wife of Geoffrey de Lister-Lea , Mrs. Mabel Litchborough Little Ashton , in Ashton q.v . Little Casterton ( Rutland ) , Tolethorpe Hall in Little Dagnall Field Victoria County History

    MALLORY, Sir Giles (d.1403), of Weedon Pinkeney and Litchborough, Northants.

    of Weedon Pinkeney and Litchborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1385 Northamptonshire Feb 1388 Northamptonshire 1393 Northamptonshire 1394 Northamptonshire 1401 Northamptonshire 1402 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Glos. July 1379 (felonies and trespasses); to make an arrest, Northants. Mar. 1390; survey History of Parliament

    CALSTON, Thomas (c.1361-1418), of Littlecote, Wilts.

    the purposes of taxation as worth £20 a year in Dorset, £45 1 s.8 d. in Wiltshire and £5 at Litchborough, Northamptonshire.[footnote]Calston’s second wife, Joan, was a daughter of a former steward of the estates of the bishopric of Winchester, History of Parliament

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