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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Birtsmorton

    large part of it, erected either by Sir John Nanfan before his death in 1446 , or by Sir Richard Nanfan before 1506, and that it was subsequently altered by Giles Nanfan in the latter part of the 16th century.

    Parishes Grafton Flyford

    seised of a moiety of Hill Court , his heir being his daughter Mary wife of John Nanfan . 60 In 1658 John Nanfan and Mary with their son Bridges 61 conveyed their moiety to Andrew Baker , 62 and

    Parishes Berrow

    53 one of which was said to be out of repair in 1634 . 54 CHARITIES In 1743 Susannah Cocks Nanfan , by will, devised a rent-charge of 40 s . yearly issuing out of Upper Summers in Berrow .

    Parishes Longdon

    Richard Nanfan , and Isabel wife of Nicholas Phelps . The manor was divided between them in 1599 , Isabel widow of Thomas Wetherston having given up her rights in 1598 in consideration of £470. 120 In 1612 Richard Nanfan

    Parishes Haselor [ Plan of Haselor church ]

    wife of Thomas Throckmorton of Crowsland, Alice wife of John Nanfan , Elizabeth wife of Sir Giles Poole , and Blanche wife of John St . Aubin. 84 Alice Nanfan died without issue about 1579, when Henry Poole son of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NANFAN, William (by 1485-1536/37), of London.

    Sir Richard Nanfan died in 1507 leaving no male heir. He provided in his will for one bastard son and William Nanfan was probably another, as Sir Richard’s son-in-law John Flamank called him ‘brother’. Flamank and William Nanfan had been

    NANFAN, Bridges (1623-1704), of Birtsmorton, Worcs.

    NANFAN, Bridges (1623-1704), of Birtsmorton, Worcs. Constituency Dates Worcestershire 1681 Worcester 1685 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Worcs. 1664-80, 1689, j.p. 1678-d., dep. lt. 1690-bef. 1701. Biography Nanfan was descended from an illegitimate son of Sir Richard Nanfan (d.1507), to

    PENALEWY, William, of Penhallow, Cornw.

    PENALEWY, William, of Penhallow, Cornw. Constituency Dates Helston 1406 Ofifces Held Bailiff of the hundred of Powder, Cornw. Mich. 1404-15. Biography Penalewy was a minor local official of the duchy of Cornwall, of which the borough of Helston, which

    FLAMANK (FLAMOKE), John (by 1486-1535/41), of Boscarne, nr. Bodmin, Cornw.

    about his early career: while at Calais he enjoyed a position of some responsibility during the deputyship of his father-in-law Nanfan, for he wrote to Henry VII about the administration of the pale, but he was dismissed from his post

    MEGRE, John (d.1419), of Truro, Cornw. and London.

    four grand daughters were left 100 marks each for their marriages, and his two grandsons 20 marks and £20, respectively. Nanfan, Archdeacon and Thomas Knolles were named as executors and Solomon Oxney*, a London goldsmith, as supervisor.[footnote]Megre’s widow, Emma, made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cox, H. J. Downes,and B. ThorpeKingston-upon-Hullmercbants. [Butterfield, Gray's inn square.] B., R. aand J. Buckley, Nanctiester,cotton-spinners. [Ellis, Cliaucery la.] J. Nanfan, Bedwardine, maltster. (White, Lincoln's inn.] H. HendriksThrogmotton st. merchant. [Hind &-Co. Tlrogmorton st.] J. K. KentStepoey surveyor. [R. and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Carriages .... Ea. First Clam ..., ls. For fnrtherp rtieular s.eeo mall Bills, Small Bils may be obtained of Mr. Nanfan, 23, Hall Stroet, of M}r.thuabdbard Queen Street, Wohverhampton, and of Mr, Joes. bury, 1, Asten Street, Birmingham. i.Og,<N HER Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Losee smal Billse Dor optten art hWlraetOe. amaU rm c toBill3. t wo jei Ii mar be~u obtained of hlr. Nanfan, 23, Hall Street, stti ctsian sn~ail Bils mnay beobtained at the Stations on the Lies: iti Woiverhasnpten; and of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Age, Maif-Price. Tlckote not tcansfmabio. 60 Ibo. wcglght ol Personal Luggage froee Sml nills ma~y bde okbtained of Mtr. Nanfan. 23, aStreet Bock ey, Birmingham. Tickets and Smnal Billsmay beobtained attele 51,10 on thc line; .of Mr. hubbawl rd, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Rugby .,i,..., ,. 13,I. Oa, Children under Twelve Years of Age. Half-priee. Small Bills may be obtained of Mr. Nanfan, 23, Hall Street, Foochley. Birmingham. Tickets and small Bills may be obtained at the Statioune on the Line; of Subscribers-only content

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