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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Minster in Sheppey

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Minster in Sheppey 12. THE PRIORY OF MINSTER IN SHEPPEY Sexburga, a daughter of Anna , king of the East Angles , married Ercombert, king of Kent . After his death in 664

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Minster in Thanet

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The abbey of Minster in Thanet 13. THE ABBEY OF MINSTER IN THANET The story of this house is told by William Thorne 1 and Thomas de Elmham, 2 the latter of whom gives the text

    Minster Lovell Local government

    Minster Lovell Local government LOCAL GOVERNMENT Manor Courts Courts were held for Minster Lovell manor by 1297 . Elsewhere in Chadlington hundred view of frankpledge was held by the earl of Gloucester , but in Minster it was held by

    The city of Lichfield Introduction

    pools, Minster Pool and the larger Stowe Pool, lie respectively south and east of the cathedral. Before the 18th century there was a third pool known variously as Upper, Over , and Sandford Pool ; it lay west of Minster

    Minster Lovell Religious history 72. Minster Lovell church interior, looking east

    Minster Lovell Religious history RELIGIOUS HISTORY Despite strong circumstantial evidence for a preConquest minster, by the late 12th century Minster Lovell had only an ordinary parish church, in which a vicarage was ordained. A small monastic cell, usually with only

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HENDER, John (d.1611), of Botreaux Castle, Cornw.

    He was the leading local landowner, holding, in addition to the Botreaux estate bought by him in 1575, property in Minster, Merren and Trewanant, together with several neighbouring rectories; Tintagel castle, where he was deputy constable, was less than a

    CONYNGHAM, Henry (c.1705-81), of Minster, Kent, and Slane, co. Meath.

    (c.1705-81), of Minster, Kent, and Slane, co. Meath. Constituency Dates Tiverton 26 Dec. 1747 1754 Sandwich 7 Dec. 1756 1774 Ofifces Held Cornet 4 Drag. Gds., lt. 1725; capt. R. Irish Drags. 1725. Ofifces Held M.P. [I] 1727-53; P.C. [I]

    BRICE, John II.

    the shire, Ralph Bush* and John Newburgh, junior.[footnote] It may have been the same John Brice who, as 'of Wimbourne Minster, yeoman', by 1430 had married Joan, widow of William Lake of Sturminster Marshall, and was still living in 1462.[footnote]

    COTTON, John II (1628-1703), of Botreaux Castle, Cornw.

    probably never stood again, though he must have accepted the Revolution, for he remained on the county bench and was appointed to the lieutenancy. He died on 2 Feb. 1703 and was buried at Minster, the last of his family.[footnote]

    COTTON, William (c.1608-73), of Botreaux Castle, Cornw.

    COTTON, William (c.1608-73), of Botreaux Castle, Cornw. Constituency Dates Camelford 3 Aug. 1660 Ofifces Held Fellow of Exeter 1629-39; mayor, Tintagel 1646-?50; j.p. Cornw. Aug. 1660-d., commr. for assessment Aug. 1660-9. Biography Cotton’s grandfather, a notorious nepotist who claimed

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