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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Hyrst

    by Nigel d'Albini to the prior and convent of St. Oswald's, Nostell, probably early in the twelfth century. Roger de Mowbray confirmed the gifts of his father. It seems probable that there never was but one canon living there, to

    Parishes Willington

    account of the minority of the next heir, John de Mowbray , son of the lastmentioned John de Mowbray , who had died in 1368 . 17 John de Mowbray , who was created Earl of Nottingham at the coronation

    Houses of Austin canons Hood

    de Mowbray granted Hood to Abbot Gerald and his convent, and after four or five years' sojourn there they moved to Old Byland , and while at Byland 82 Abbot Roger , at the request of Roger de Mowbray ,

    Houses of Cistercian monks Byland

    to Roger de Mowbray , who, having entered into possession of his property, granted the monks the tenth of the victuals provided for his household, and a conversus named Lyngulf was deputed to follow Roger de Mowbray 's household, and

    Houses of Benedictine monks The cell of Sandtoft

    SANDTOFT The island of Sandtoft , in Axholme, was granted by Roger de Mowbray between 1147 and 1186 to the abbot and convent of York for the support of one monk of their house only. Thomas d'Arcy and Hamelin, earl

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 34, July 1602, 01 July 1602-31 July 1602

    7. London. 50. Hen. Lok to Sir Robt. Cecil. I talked to Mowbray before my departure, and think he will write you particulars, but he craves assurances of secrecy, and a note left for him at Capt. Butler's, near my Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 9, 20 April 1668, 20 April 1668-20 April 1668

    the House. Ditto. Resolved , & c. That Thomas Crue and John Battell , Serjeants at Mace, who arrested * Mowbray the Servant of Sir John Bennett , a Member of this House, knowing her to be his menial Servant,

    Extracts from the Accounts, Town Treasurer, 1555-6

    of the pece xxx s ; summa iij li Item, upoun Fryday the xxiiij day of Julij, bocht from Blasse Mowbray viij treis, price of the pece xviij s ; summa vij li iiij s Item, bocht fra Thomas Wilsoun

    Extracts from the Records, 1536

    Hew Douglas, Nicoll Carnecros, Mongow Tennent, Williame Sym, Alexander Belches, George Cant, James Makgill, Mr Dauid Irland, Jhonn Marioribanks, Androw Mowbray, George Mayne, Alexander Spens, James Jhonston, dekyn of the hammermen, James Stirk for the walkeris, James Fillem for the

    Extracts from the Records, 1553

    as thai failye. 13 July 1553. Mowbray, Villa. The prouest baillies and counsale consentit and oblist tham and thair successouris to remoif furth of the buith now occupiit be thair clerkis, pertenyng to Ewfane Mowbray, at the nixt feist of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STERYSACRE, Richard (d.c.1434), of Darmsden, Suff.

    of his attachment to the house of Mowbray whose principal estates were situated there. His entire career was dedicated to the Mowbrays’ service, a commitment which began before 24 Mar. 1394 when Thomas Mowbray, earl of Nottingham, formally retained him

    LANCASTER, John II (d.1424), of Bressingham, Norf.

    along with the earl and four other Mowbray retainers, to receive into the King’s grace any Welsh rebels in the Mowbray marcher lordships of Chepstow and Gower. The receiver-general’s accounts for the Mowbray estates drawn up between 1401 and 1404

    FINDON, John.

    from the manor lying five miles north-west of Shoreham. He appears on a rental of the reign of Henry VI relating to the Mowbray estates at Findon, Old Shoreham and Bramber, but precisely where his own holdings lay is unclear.SC12/15/75.

    GOUSHILL, Sir Nicholas (d.1402), of Barlborough, Derbys.

    other charges were made ‘par enemyte et covyne de ses enemys’, but Robert had to wait until 1390, when Thomas Mowbray, the Earl Marshal (and later duke of Norfolk), intervened personally with the King to have him excused this and

    REES, William (d.1410), of Tharston, Norf.

    Rees was a feudal tenant of the house of Mowbray, which he served for most of his life. In his youth he became a member of the household of Lord John Mowbray (d.1368), and in 1369 he was one of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yrfhinedd ya eaa allanilyw- 'in yddion y colegan. oddiwrth Veitbhrediadai y inesE& y -avwrt hwynebid y cynygiad lhwn gan Mr.. Mowbray y a Mi. B. Hlope, ae wvedi rhai syIwadau pellachi gan ei Arglwydd B. Fzmarice rhanoddy'TS, pryd y cWed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fad yn 'y Brifysgol lawer Lc mwy a Ryddfrydiaeth na Cheidwadiaeth, ao iii byddai, M ymgeisryr Toriaidd 'fel Hardy R Mowbray nerin rh obaith oni bai am y country parsons sydd mar ffyddlon. 5Si iddynt. Y dynion o ddylanwad yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 - - DYDD MAWRTH. CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY, Hope ... ... ... - 1 .RdikeE . s .. Raikes TOXFORD UNIVERSITY. Mowbray... ... ... - 1 , Talbo DUBLIN UNIVERSITY. Plunket ... ... ... - 1 ' iolmes ... ... ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : -ET ,. " I ll| , ; - f) _ C I-7 fo_, ;,9 , I, Iry r, f I RHESTR- O'R AELODAU A ETHbOtWYD DYDD SADRN.. STAYU 8T A, 3Ranbaxth Burton1 ard ,;ORK Gogledd- bwyrain parnell 6602 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A.S. Cyrhaeddodd DMr. Cecil Rhodes Capetown ar yr 16eg cyfisol, yn nghanol Ilawer o arddangosiadau ,,o groesavw. Yn ncua.dd drefol Mowbray y-r oedd pont wedi ei chyfodi yn dkryn y geiriau: 'Croesaw, Arweinydd. Capetowvn-Cairo." Gwnaed addewid gan Arglwydd Rosebery i Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds.

    Chester . Peirse Mauduit, Esq; Windsor . Samuel Stebbing, Esq; Somerset . Laurence Crump, Esq; York . Rowland Fryth, Esq; Mowbray . Late PURSUIVANTS. John Gybbon, Gent. Blue Mantle. John Hare, Esq; Rouge Dragon . John Hesket , Gent. Portcullis.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A List of the Peers existing at the Time of King James the First His Accession to the Crown, and of those who have since been advanced to the Peerage by Claim of antient Right, by Writ or by Patent; a..., 1 August 1719

    D.of St. ALBANS. Thinwley, E of/", wJJji<«;. Ferrer', E FERRERS. /<»;>/ «//oi»iz*" .ik<V p/« [ i-frf iziKf zo LunZ jUsz/9 Mowbray, (zwergerf j'h D. Norfo/i). Grey of Ruthen.E. of SUSSEX C/„m */. [/oipcrf, flHrt pi-icerf wexf Eorrf E/'f^w/i/f« Manners, (?awo;«i Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1760, 22 May 1760

    SI 39. An Aft for the dividing and enclofing the Open and Common Fields in the Pariih of Melton " Mowbray, in the County of Leiceßer." " 40. An Act for enclofing and dividing the Com- " mon Fields, Common Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1785, 29 April 1785

    P<f?zz g/2 P/Pz, intituled, " An Aft for Melton ' enlarging the Term and Powers of an Aft, paffed in Mowbray " the Fourth Year of His prefent Majefty's Reign, for ^ds Bill " repairing and widening the Roads from Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1791, 20 May 1791

    Bucking ham (hire takes the Oaths. Edinburgh Gaols Bill. Melton Mowbray Navigation Bill. *•' different Counties within mentioned, between the " 9th of May 1790, and the 9th of May 1791." " Amount of Sums allowed by the Juftices of Subscribers-only content

    28 May 1800, 28 May 1800

    Clinal " Ad for enabling the Company of Proprietors of the " Navigation from the Leicefier Navigation to Melton " Mowbray, in the County of Leicefier, to complete " their Navigation, and to difcharge the Debts con- " traded by Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Mary's Lodge

    0 Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Freemasons’ Hall , Wicklow Lodge , Melton, Mowbray, Leicestershire , England 1952

    Mowbray Lodge

    Mowbray Lodge (2993) Lodge Details Named in: 1903 Date of Warrant or Constitution: 1903 Warrant of Constitution: 22nd July 1903. Consecrated 30th October 1903 Warrant of Centenary: 30th October 2003 Warrant of Bi-centenary: 30th October 2003 Numeration 1894 onwards:


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