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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer STRATFIELD MORTIMER ( MORTIMER WEST END ) Mortimer West End , once a tithing of the parish of Stratfield Mortimer (county Berks ), was constituted an ecclesiastical parish in 1870 , and a civil parish in 1894

    Parishes Farleigh Wallop

    to Dugdale, Robert de Mortimer , of Richard's Castle, had two sons, Hugh, who died 1304, and William, called la Zouch of Mortimer , from his property in Ashby de la Zouch . This Roger de Mortimer of Richard's Castle,

    Bridgwater Castle

    of the castle as a prison and a store. 65 The Crown again occupied the castle 1322-6 in case Roger Mortimer should escape from the Tower and use it as a base for operations in Wales . 66 When he

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer STRATFIELD MORTIMER Stradfeld (xi cent.); Straffeld, Stretfield, Stratfeld Mortymer (xiii cent.). The parish of Stratfield Mortimer lies on the Hampshire border. Mortimer West End in that county was once a tithing of this parish, but was constituted

    Parishes North Baddesley

    at the time of the Domesday Survey, belonged to Ralph de Mortimer , holding of the king in chief, 4 and the overlordship rights passed down through the Mortimer family 5 until they lapsed at the close of the fourteenth

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gym- deithusf5fya d yn Y tPbol sin y ddyled,;a bernid befyd m,,i Mlr.. Mortimer a fuaai debyeat o enill cydyatndeirn- lad a iywrth wy.' ,Gadaw-yXd rbw'ng' lr.W Mortimer a phobil Cruerdydd i drefiu rhyw" gynorthwy idd 'gyda 7Hysbyivyd fod y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . ; i PRIODASAU. Ar y Sfed eyeisol, trwy drwydded, yn swyddfa'r . Cofrestrydd, Bala, Mortimer Bacho Maurice, Yaw., mab ieuangaf y diwedd- ar Mortimer Maurice, Yaw., Oak Lodge, gerGwreesam, a Sarah Alicia, merib ieuengaf y diweddar James Lloyd, Ysw., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Griffiths, Ceinewydd; yr hyawdl Herbert, Tremain; y ilariaidd Lewis, Llan- ddygwydd; a'r ilednais Lloyd, Troedyraur; yr ef- engylaidd a'r mwynaidd Mortimer, Castlebie ; y rhy- feddol Rees, Llangunlle; y seraphaidd Sinnett, z Bangor-Teifi; a'r siriol Shadrach, Treidraeth (gynt ( pregethwr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    D. Stockton-on-Tees-David Jones (C)., Birmingham-John Davies. 05rb~icelilaethan, Wrisn Z tt th GIENEDIGAETHAIJ. od Mortimer.-Ar yr Ileg cyfisol, priod Mr. James Mortimer, BA. h. 1a1nymddyfri, ar fab. Y PRIODASAU. n- Jenkins-Willisms.-Ar y lseL cvfisol, yn ngbapel y Tabernacl, Lm Penclawdd, gan Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, Tyllwyd, a J. R. Owen, Penfrq, a phenderfynwyd ou bodhvrryi dderbyi y lOOp. aadawyd gan y ddiwedd- sr Mrs, Mortimer, Llwyagoras, ya ei hewyllys at yr achoes yn Trefia. 17. Darllenwyd atebiony gweini- dogion diaithr irr gwahoddiad a roddwyd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 17 Tower of LONDON. Occurrences.

    Justices sat in the Tower. Mortimers sent to the Tower. Mortimer made an Escape out of the Tower. Citizens of London wrested the Keys of the Tower from the Constable. Mortimer drawn from the Tower to the Elmes, and there

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    are. Many of which are now reposited in the incomparable Library of Manuscripts erected by the Earl of Oxford and Mortimer . So that Stow 's Histories, which he collected and wrote, were Three: viz. his Chronicle, his Summary of

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    into the Possession of Sir Simmonds Dews Kt. and afterwards procured by Mr. Harley , now Earl of Oxford and Mortimer ; and placed in his own exquisite Library. Whence I transcribed what follows, concerning the old Tradition of a

    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Stocks Market.

    Lord Mortimer , came through Southwark into London , he marched to this Stone; where was a great Confluence of People, and the Lord Maior among the rest: Here he struck his Sword upon it, and said, Now is Mortimer

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORTIMER, Hugh (d.1416), of Weldon, Northants.

    the prince’s council and chamberlain of his household, Mortimer had a major role to play in the preparations for battle; indeed he himself fought at Shrewsbury (like his namesake Sir Hugh Mortimer of Chelmarsh, who died there), and a commission

    MORTIMER, John (d.1446), of Grendon, Northants. and Stoke Goldington, Bucks.

    in 1423, Sir Gerard disposed of his interest in Castle Ashby and Chadstone, Northamptonshire, Mortimer again agreed to hold the land in trust. Needless to say, Mortimer was one of the many witnesses who gave evidence on behalf of Lord

    HOLGOT, Philip (d.1403/4), of Hereford.

    and lands in Northumberland on Sir John Bromwiche†, another member of the Mortimer affinity. Countess Philippa died on 5 Jan. 1382, a month after her son. Accordingly, the Mortimer estates passed to the Crown during the minority of the infant

    MORTIMER, Hans Winthrop (1734-1807), of Caldwell Hall, Derbys.

    MORTIMER, Hans Winthrop (1734-1807), of Caldwell Hall, Derbys. Constituency Dates Shaftesbury 25 Apr. 1775 1780 Shaftesbury 2 Apr. 1781 1790 Biography Mortimer sold Topping Hall before 1768, and shortly afterwards bought Caldwell. How he became connected with Shaftesbury is not

    HOLGOT, Thomas (d.c.1420), of Hereford.

    of all the Mortimer lands and castles in Radnorshire and Montgomeryshire.[footnote]Thomas was first returned to Parliament in 1406, and on 1 Apr. (during the first of three sessions) he and (Sir) Leonard Hakluyt* (another one of the Mortimer affinity) entered

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 July 1689, 2 July 1689

    come afEert, a Simon de Be- (< reford Chivaler, q' eftoit eidant et con- " feillant au dit Roger de Mortimer en totes " les Trefons, Felonies, et Malveiftes, pur " lefqueles le avandit Roger iffint fuft " agarde et Subscribers-only content

    30 October 1690, 30 October 1690

    by Mr. Petyt from The Tower, as followeth : ment to Par liaineirt. Edw. III. " Num. i. Roger de Mortimer. I^? djd <* o n //1 mi *,-'/¦ „ XT e j n f j I Num. 4. Bogo Subscribers-only content

    15 January 1696, 15 January 1697

    and he believed the Court had ** put him out of the Way ; but he knew one Mrs. ** Mortimer, that fhould find him out before Sir William " Parkyns was executed." Captain Smith's Lodgings " were fearched, for Subscribers-only content

    25 May 1711, 25 May 1711

    Cholmondeley * Comes Marifcall. Comes Mar. Comes Home. Comes Kinnoull. Comes Loudoun 4 Comes Nortbesk. Comes Flay. Comes Oxford &f Mortimer. yifcbunt Say Ö Scale. Vifcount Weymouth. Vifcount Kilfyth. P R A Y E U S. ikShiffeat. Th5s Day 'J01™ Subscribers-only content

    10 July 1711, 10 July 1711

    Magni Sigilli Noftri " Magna Britannia, Chariflimis Confanguineis & Con- " filiariis Noftris Rob'to Comiti de Oxon & Comiti " Mortimer Magno Thefaurario Noftro Magna Bri- " tannia, Joh'i Duci de Comitatu Buckingham & de Nor- " manbj Prsefidenti Concilii Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 02/1784

    DoddsJohn Chester Street Durham Do Cheshunt Kitchin Esqr Doyle John Dublin Ireland Do Ridge Bs Crosby Esqr Edmunds Hanh Child Mortimer Berks Do Colnbrook R Peckham Esqr Ellis Isabella Somersham Huntingdon Clerkll Cheshunt W Blackmore Esqr Earle Charles Aldgate London

 

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