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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Mount Bures Economic history

    from Mount Bures became Colchester burgesses. 39 In 1662 only two houses had more than three hearths: George Osborne at Nortons had four, and George Marsh , presumably the tenant farmer at The Hall , had five. 40 Most of

    Mount Bures Introduction Mount Bures c. 1850 Mount Bures , Wakes Colne and Chappel, 1881

    1493 , perhaps associated with the Pylat family recorded in 1381 ; it may have extended along the lane from Nortons to Elms farm beside Common field. Part of Garners Tye was held of Crepping Hall manor in Wakes Colne

    Parishes Southwick

    advowson, and lands in Wanstead , 50 which passed with the marriage of Honor White to the Nortons 51 ; and from the Nortons to the Thistlethwaytes. The Thistlethwaytes evidently bought up the whole manor from the heirs of the

    Parishes Nutley

    the most part in the west where the downland stretches away to Dummer . Of the 3863/4 acres of woodland, Norton's Wood , bearing the name of early lords of the manor of Nutley , covers nearly the whole of

    Parishes Barton in the Clay

    in socage. 42 There is no further record of the descent of the site, which was probably acquired by the Nortons . Records of property owned by the crown in Barton are found from the thirteenth century, and from this

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, May 1572, 01 May 1572-31 May 1572

    Taylor, servant to the Earl of Northumberland. Leviston, the summer before the rebellion, was a great travailer therein with the Nortons. The Duke of Alva promised one thousand pikes, two thousand shott, and one thousand horsemen, by solicitation of the

    Index, N, O

    -, treatment of, 402. -, -, Countess of, 128, 708, 768, 1612, 1615. [Norton, Francis ] , letter from, 692. Nortons , the, 1360. No e , M. de la, 535, 667, 669, 673, 862, 1072, 1329, 1336, 1342, 1347,

    Index, N, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    for return of, 674. Norton , Richard: Master of Gray has conference with, 14; familiarity between Seton and, 17; 666. Nortons , the: 509. Norwich : 101; 544. Bishop of: Papists put out of the country by, 16. Nottingham : Subscribers-only content

    Index, N, O

    of the King of Scots' party, 1013, 1148. -, Countess of, 598, 613, 627, 1045, 1112, 1231, 1232, 1244, 1296. Nortons , the, 727. Norton , Christopher, 1093. -, John, 988, 1033. -, Richard, 1137. -, Francis, 1534. Norway ,

    Cecil Papers, March 1575, 01 March 1575-31 March 1575

    yet the writer will keep his credit, that no man shall find fault in him. As for Martinfield, (renin, the Nortons, Liggens, Standen, and most of them all, he is assured they will come with him, and follow him in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITHED, Richard (c.1660-93), of Norman Court, West Tytherley, Hants.

    last of the male line to sit in Parliament, but his daughter, who also inherited the Southwick estate of the Nortons, married the grandson of Alexander Thistlethwayte, and their second son Francis assumed the name of Whithed and was returned

    GIFFORD, Henry (d.1592), of Kings Somborne, Hants.

    provost marshal 1589. Biography Gifford was related by marriage to the Marquess of Winchester, the Kingsmills, the Wallops and the Nortons. His father, a younger son, received in 1537 a duchy of Lancaster lease of the honour and manor of

    NORTON, Sir Thomas, 1st Bt. (c.1615-91), of Harnall Grange, Coventry, Warws.

    Warws. 1662-90; dep. lt. Coventry 1666-d., alderman 1686-Oct. 1688. Biography According to the heralds, Norton wrongly claimed descent from the Nortons of Norton Conyers, Yorkshire. His first identifiable ancestor was his grandfather, settled in Allesley, some three miles from Coventry,

    SMYTH, Sir Robert, 3rd Bt. (c.1659-1745), of Upton, West Ham, Essex

    that Smyth’s ties with Hampshire were established, and connected him with three prominent families: the Whitheds of West Tytherley, the Nortons of Southwick and the Buttons of Lymington. It was doubtless these links which led the 1st Duke of Bolton

    MARVYN, Edmund (c.1555-1604), of Petersfield, Hants.

    his chambers was Richard Norton, son of Richard Norton II of Rotherfield, who had sat for Petersfield in 1572. The Nortons were inclined to puritanism, as was Sir Henry Wallop, who in 1585 asked that Marvyn be allowed to act

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Basinghall-street. H. M.,Fyffe, Holborn, grocer. Solieitor,.Mr. C. Barber, Chancery-lane. G. Benson, Bowling-Green-Place, IKersington, builder. Solicitor, Mr. W. J. Nortons, Old Broad-street. . I J. Shaweroess, Manchester, innholder. Solicitors, Messrs. Appleby and Co. Gray's-inn-square. . E. Riseitou, Preston, Lancaster, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    absent, a brother of Mrs Norton's (Mr Charles Sheridan) came from the country, where I believe she was stopping, went to Mr Norton's house, and by pretending to the servant that he had M r Norton's authority in demanding them, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the com- partment, handled him very roughly, and actually gave him a shaking. High words followed, and one of the Nortons is said to have struck at his grace, the blow reaching the front of his hat and knocking it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ayoung men, oin hail, who was chsarged withs c riitsi crinminal assault upon Annie Ta~ylsr, oss the 3lst-Miy. sitll King'd Nortons, was acquitted. Mir.. Neville prosecuted, Mr.. Godson deIfended. TI RAPE AT HALES Ow~x.-Arthsr- Cate a youth, on Ti bail, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lwai' t, Streat. A -COO(1KS (good) Wantd dbston £2. 18.. £16., A1. ans - *eU . worth, £18., £1. svur,166.;Kig' Nortons, sIl aiy A £1.E ea-sie" £4;' c Gren £1-'is Williams Aeity L' -62,' alcony, Great', Western Arad. c6 - Subscribers-only content

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