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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien houses The priory of Willoughton

    and the moiety of the church of Willoughton were granted by the Empress Maud to the Benedictine Abbey of St. Nicholas, Angers , 1 and the priory was probably built some time during the twelfth century. It is mentioned as

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Radmore

    the hermits secured a charter similar to Stephen's from the Empress Maud , presumably as a precaution in view of the civil war. 3 About the same time Maud , who had a great love for the Cistercian rule, persuaded

    Colleges Chantries or college of Newark

    Houses. One of the earliest of these chantries was that founded in 1330 at the altar of St. Laurence by Maud Saucemer of Newark , for her soul when dead, for her husband William, and for their respective fathers and

    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Gokewell

    d . 11 Prioresses Of Gokewell Avice, 12 occurs 1234 Isabel of Thornton , 13 died 1300 Maud of Saperton, 14 elected 1300 Maud of Newode, 15 resigned 1343 Elizabeth Dan try, 16 elected 1348 Alice of Layfield, 17 resigned

    Parishes Wilnecote

    Pernel wife of John de Bruly, Maud , and Joan; 23 also a widow Margaret, to whom 1/3 of Wilnecote was assigned in dower. 24 Joan was subsequently wife of Simon de Bruly, Maud was wife of Adam de Welesbergh,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Christ's Church Priory.

    Then next follows Queen Maud 's Confirmation of the King's Gift, dated at London , under the same Witnesses: where the same things are repeated. Other Things given by Queen Maud to the same Church. Maud by the Grace of

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward.

    , were of the Parish of Allhallows -Berkin, and of the Ward of the Tower of London . That Queen Maud was the Foundress of Trinity Church within Aldgate ; that the Ditch begun by the Citizens in Rich. I.'s

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Black Friers.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    He made Maud his Wife, and Dr. Tunstal , Master of the Rolls, his Executors. This Will was proved in the Year 1517 . This Man was Father to Katharine Par , King Henry 's last Wife. Dame Maud Par

    Appendix 1, Chapter 2 Laws and Privileges.

    City of Constantinople for his own Habitation. London also in these latter Times hath brought forth famous and magnificent Princes: Maud the Empress , King Henry the Third , and Thomas the Archbishop , a glorious Martyr of Christ ,

    Book 5, Chapter 28 [Court of] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Hustings.]

    in Presence of the whole Court of Hustings. Of which ten Pounds, he the said Wolfnoth gave forty Shillings unto Maud his Daughter for her * good will, because he had the Land by her Mother. And the Abbot for

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DANVERS, William (c.1367-1439/40), of Winterbourne Danvers, Berks.

    100 marks (payment of which was guaranteed by her stepfather, the rich Lombard merchant, Angelo Christoforo); and her kinship with Maud (d.1413), widow of Thomas de Vere, 8th earl of Oxford, and niece to William de Ufford, 1st earl of

    PLENTY, John, of Taviton, Devon.

    substantial landed holdings within the lordship of Hurdwick, either by inheritance from his father or in right of his wife, Maud. In May 1407 he did homage to the lord of the manor, the abbot of Tavistock, for an acre

    WESTPRAY, John (d.1413), of Dorchester.

    1413, but he died before the end of the year. It was as his widow that, on 2 Dec. following, Maud made a will in which she bequeathed to her grand daughter Joan, daughter of William Clerk I* of Weymouth,

    BARNVILLE, William, of Harrow, Mdx.

    in other of the abbey's business.[footnote] Barnville had probably been dead for some time when, in October 1397, his widow Maud agreed to accept the arbitration of the abbot of Westminster in a dispute with the prioress of Kilburn, from

    SAGE, William II (d.1419), of Scarborough, Yorks.

    along with his mother, Maud, and John Carter I*, to execute his will. He received a ship called Le Trinite, complete with tackle, and was confirmed in the reversion of all the family property, which Maud occupied for the rest

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mown modd sydd yn gredyd i'w - thad Ilafcrns, sef Mr.- T. Davies; Elanti-an ' Come 3 into the garden, Maud ' (Balfe),igao Mr. Moses Mor. I gan. Camsyniad oedd i Mr. Morgaw,gang ' o gwbl, oblegyd' fod ei aliechyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan Maud, gwraig Harri I., yr hon a osododd ddyrnaid o aur I yn ei fynwes, a'r hwn a daflodd William ymaith fel pe. buasai yn sarif. Ychydig wedi hyn, talwyd ymweliad ag i ef gan Ernest, caplan i Maud, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dymchwelwld y ceybvd. Tfllwyd yr Arglwyddea Maud Sevmour. ynghyd 'r gvriedydd, allan, ond claddwyd yrArglwyddea Harleeh o'dan y cerbyd, a derbyniodd niweidiau trymion. Cyn- orthwyd hi allan o'i sefyllfa beryglus gan yr ArglwYdd' es Maud Seymorr hon nid oedd wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900


    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Everett,' 'Sissie' (Vernon.Rey) gan Miss Lizzie Owen; '.Gwraig y M orwr,' gan Miss Jennie Jones; 'Come into the Garden, Maud' (Belfe), a 'The Sailor's Grave" (Sullivan), gan Mr. Pryce Roberts (Principal Tenor All, Saints' Church); 'The Yeoman's Wedding' (Poniotowski), Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    9 February 1703, 9 February 1704

    Her Majefty's enjoying the JRoyal Dignity during Her Life, as was anciently fti- pulated in this Kingdom; Firft, between Henry I[d, the Son of the Emprefs Maud, and King Stephen; and, Secondly, betwixt Richard Duke of Tork and 3 ""King Subscribers-only content

    21 December 1722, 21 December 1722

    the Houfe, of a Breach of Privilege, committed by Laurence Shaw, a Bailiff, in arreting and detaining in Cuftody Jofefh Maud, Steward to the Right Honourable Robert Lord Bingley, a Member of this Houfe, at the Suit of Tho¬ mas Subscribers-only content

    2 June 1795, 2 June 1795

    Samp. " fon for Amos Cut forth, George Brock, George Kynman, " Thomas Clough, William Smith, John Thornhill, George " Maud for Abraham Egarr, Mary Storr, John Farr, *5 John Holmes, William Holmes, John Girdham, Jonathan " Barnard, Sarah Rimington, Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    Ada, Daughter " of David Earl of Huntingdon, and one of the Co-heirs " of John her Brother, and of Maud her Mother, who adhered to The Earl of Leicester's Party, and was made ". was one of the Sisters Subscribers-only content

    29 July 1822, 29 July 1822

    County of " Wilts: It is asserted by Dugdale, that Patrick was " created Earl of Salisbury by The Empress Maud, and " that he was one of the Witnesses to the Agreement " between King Stephen and Henry Duke Subscribers-only content


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