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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Dunchurch and Thurlaston

    in 1527 to John 'Letteley' of Dunchurch , 83 who was apparently already tenant in 1519 . 84 John ' Litley ' and Elizabeth his wife in 1564 granted it to John Fawkes . 85 Another John Fawkes , probably

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CATCHPOLE, Henry I, of St. Peter's parish, Hereford.

    feoffees, including Roger Side and Walter and John Catchpole, had conveyed to Henry for term of his life lands in Litley, a meadow in Tupsley called 'Walneyspyk' and extensive property including a grange, gardens, 'le Forge' and 'le Schoppe', in

    CHIPPENHAM, Henry (d.1451), of Hereford.

    in the autumn of the following year Chippenham conveyed all of his Herefordshire holdings, now consisting of the manor of Litley near Hereford, land there and at Hampton Bishop, no fewer than 40 messuages in Hereford itself and a large

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, L, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Letheringham (Lethringham, Leddringham), Suff., 438 (3 m. 22), 438 (4 mm. 1, 29). Lethewood . See Lythwood. Letley . See Litley; also Netley. Le Tort , Rogerin, 2605. Letton , Heref., 438 (2 m. 26). Letton . See Latton. Letymburgh

    Index, L, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    Lichfield, Litcott , Chr., i. 1158, 1264. Litel. See Little. Litgrave , Beds. See Leagrave. Lithebarrow or Litlebarowe. See Litchborough. Litley , John, i. g. 1383 (63). Little (Lytle) , Ant., i. 643 (f. 2); ii. 775 (f. 3). Littlebourn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ETYRE ARMS ASSEMBLY ROOMS, St John's Wood.-Madame LINDA'S GRAND VOCAL and XNSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS, an the Eveniigs of MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNEiDAY, the 6th, 7th, and ath of April Ithe programme being varied on each occauiOn). Programme for Monday evening, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pnlean. at hitter, b Sueilten - --........ 0 Smith c l'ahlett- I, billiOn ............ .. 1 L. It. (lay st Litley b Shilton........... . 6 T.Yoeng b Sbilttn............... . 24 A.A. Steele c tCccstwell. h lallett ........... Robceet coo out Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mucrpahy was eneed. He took leice into custody, whets Yoeing and others iceterfered, and Murphy got off. A person nuesed Litley aind lets woife weret called co prove that ties disturbance had been cseesed by ties cesicoceduct ef c waiter, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    falsehood, Witness added that near to Mr. Samuels' shop, which is opposite Bagott's, she saw Bills and another ma~n. - Litley now celled upon Sergeant Smith and Superintendent M Ursea to prove that at half-past twelve he was lying on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BreneRE Ma. 0f1auulSSION}:R S.ANDEnS, Jn rc 8. Litley, Birttnjltihate t, fog sisnal ntuaker.-Mesting for list examination and- discharge, attended by Mr. Griffin for the assignees; and Mr. Allenby for the bansukpt. I Mr. Gridtin soid the only question appeared to Subscribers-only content

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