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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Halesowen Introduction, borough and manors

    the hands of secular canons of Wolverhampton , who were holding Lutley . 158 From 1086 until 1610 there is nothing to prove that the college continued to hold Lutley . At the later date the Dean of Wolverhampton granted

    The hundred of Halfshire Introduction and map

    BROMSGROVE FRANKLEY PEDMORE BROOM GRAFTON MANOR RUSHOCK CHADDESLEY CORBETT HADZOR SALWARPE CHURCHILL HAGLEY STONE CHURCH LENCH HALESOWEN with Cradley , Lutley and Warley Wigorn OLD SWINFORD with Stourbridge CLENT COSTON or COFTON HACKETT TARDEBIGGE CRUTCH HAMPTON LOVETT UPTON WARREN DODDERHILL

    Parishes Hallow

    third of the site of the manor of Henwick was conveyed in 1785 by John Barneby , Bartholomew Lutley Sclater, and Penelope Lutley Sclater to Abraham Winterbottom . 50 Hall of Henwick. Argent crusilly azure three talbots' heads razed sable

    Halesowen Churches and charities

    . The church of St. Paul was built in the same year. The advowson and rectory of the church of Lutley were included in the grant of Halesowen Abbey to Sir John Dudley in 1538 . 48 The advowson and

    Colleges Wolverhampton , St Peter

    Hampton claimed part of the wood of Sedgley manor 19 and still held 2 hides worth 15 s . at Lutley (Worcs.) which they had held before the Conquest. 20 By 1300 the canons of Wolverhampton had regained Hatherton ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 24, March 1736, 11-20, 11 March 1736-20 March 1736

    Place; and to adjourn as they please. Lutley to take the Name of Barneby, Bill: Hodie 1 a vice lecta est Billa , intituled, "An Act to enable Bartholomew Richard Barneby Esquire, otherwise Lutley , and the Issue of his

    Cecil Papers, Febuary 1599, 16-28, 16 February 1599-28 January 1599

    enrolled in the Chancery, with a provision to save Lutley's title, which had the office which Ballard now sueth for. Lutley died some 16 years past, and the Six Clerks ever since have, according to their now patent, enrolled all

    Index, L, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    in the house of, 405. Lundy Island , 111. Lunne , Richard, petition, 436. Luthar , Gieffrey, letter from, 290. Lutley , , having the office of enrolling the king's assurances, 75. Luycke , country of, road made into, 356.

    Index, L

    603. Lusignan , reported surrendered, 126. Luskyn , Thomas, assigned as almsman of Westminster, 146. Lutherans at Vienna , 126. Lutley , Richard, 170. Luxembourg , 527, 528, 529. Luyson , Wauter, 441. Lychtman (Lytman), Patrick, 322. letters from, 286,

    Cases before the Committee, January 1652, 01 January 1652-31 January 1652

    case, the 20 l . is to be levied on the late Commissioners according to the Act. 30 40 Adam Lutley, Bromcraft, Salop, Recusant, and a Lessee of his Estate. Vol. G No. or p. 9 Jan. 1652. The County Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    st, bosier. [Cook & Sanders, New inn, Strand. J.. Hlartland, St George, Gloucester, brickmaker. LWhite& Whitmore,Bedford row. R. A. Eaton, Lutley will, Worcestersbire, miller. [Swain and Co. Frederick's place, Old Jewry. S. Smith, Peduaore, Worcestershire, farmer. [Jenkins & Abbott, New Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Sanders, Elm court, Middle Temple. DIVIDENDS. September 18, S. Pontits, Tottenham court road, builder- September 17, t. A. Eaton, Lutley mill, Worcestershire, miller -November 2S6, F. Stephens, Cheltenhmam, ballier-October 2, U. Coltman, Kingston.upon.luli., master mariner-September IJ. A. DBorros, Eccles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    120, colmors Row; or of the Auctioneer 11, Cannon Street, a ol lo Birmingham- csl22 l Wsecoslsah~re.L utley Grange Cottage, Lutley, nenr the residence 51 Thomas White, Req., three miles from both HaleOws OC and Old Hill t tttiosis of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being subsequently found at Ilis house. ro-Priencr was sentenced to three months bard labour. StseR E.errVrrIG.-Mr. Joseph !-ock, farmer, of Lutley, near Hales Owen, reports that on Saturiay morning he discoverdthat TI one of his sheep had been taken from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Di. Lavender, 371. St. Mary's:: l *G. F. Boddington, 306, BE. C. Giles, 305; E. Guy, I 295; H~ilman, 286, Lutley: OF. White, 25; J. Griffiths, l 6. ~ordley :' * J. Crump, 469; 5 G. Pearson, 401; E. R. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 February 1720, 25 February 1721

    Record, et ProcefT. Judic. " prsedift. necnon in Affirmatione ejufdem Judicii, affig- " navit; ad quas prsed. Thomas Fleetwood, Ph'us Lutley, " Thomas Lewes, Arthurus Hodgkins, Samuel Peake, " Georgius Piggott, Daniel Owin, Georgius Bates, Ran- " d'us Butter, Maria Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1735, 11 March 1736

    by Mr. Sandys and others: With a Bill, intituled, " An Act to enable Bartho- " lomew Richard Barneby, otherwife Lutley, and the " IfTue of his Body, to take upon him and them the " Surname of Barneby, purfuant Subscribers-only content

    11 March 1735, 11 March 1736

    ia vice lecla eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft Lmley to takp "to enable Bartholomew Richard Barneby Efquire,ll " otherwife Lutley, and the Iffue of his Body, to takeBUiT " upon him and them the Surname of Barneby, pur- " Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1735, 12 March 1736

    H0die 2* ViCe lcBa eft £illa' intituIed> " An A<a Barneby" Bill." to enable Bartholomew Richard Barneby Efquire, " otherwife Lutley, and the Iffue of his Body, to take *' upon him and them the Surname of Barneby, pur- «' Subscribers-only content

    17 March 1735, 17 March 1736

    like Report from the Com¬ mittee to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable Bartholomew Richard Barneby, otherwife Lutley, and " the IiTue of his Body, to take upon him and them the " Surname of Barneby, purfuant Subscribers-only content

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