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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, merchant, Attornepy,Mr. indteJohn. street, Bedford-row, Loi(don, J. Withiington, Rnneorn,-lChesibtre, ssonrmasoO. Attornietr Menses. Fonlkes and Longdill, Grab s-lin. M. Harker, Oakham, iRutlansdhire, ngxrcer, Attorney, Mr. Bernridge, Inner Temple. .W. Hatogood anid R. Bernard, North Autdlee-street, -carers Attornies Messes. Piice and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a frolic, 17 2., Hobson v. Ismay, (at Carlisle) for'breach of promise of marriage, 173.. Patrick Duffy tried at Oakham for rape, 273.. Trial of John Smith at Lineohl, for murder, 1 8.. Rose v. Oilier, (at Lancaster) for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was opposed to the conversiggi ? The Stanifrd Neus supplies asi amusising account of a self-styled coupty mettin- ?' at Oakham, the other day, whichI tnustered fbur dozen persots, one b2hf of then clergy, for the pirpose of petitioning Parliament Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NEWSPAPER CHAT. -The jpullhng down of Kew Palace is now rapid ly proceeding. Very soom there will not be one brick or stone above another of that Palace, the building of which-cost 500,0001. The annual cost of keeping Kew Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lethbridge, and G. Byng, Esq.-Mprning Paper. * The Magistrates ofRutland have allowed the Reverend Robert Taylor to be visited in Oakham gaol by his friends, -and to receive letters and parcels. I Mr SnCRtETAaTY PEaL.-A friend of ours, who has Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PENSAX, John, of Oakham, Rutland.

    John, of Oakham, Rutland. Constituency Dates Rutland Jan. 1404 Rutland 1406 Rutland May 1413 Rutland May 1421 Ofifces Held J.p. Rutland 28 Nov. 1399-Feb. 1407, 12 Feb. 1422-July 1423. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Rutland 10 July 1400-8 Nov. 1401, 23 Nov.

    FLORE, Roger (d.1427), of Oakham, Rutland.

    as keeper both of the warrens of Oakham and one of the parks at Leighfield forest. Two days later the duke gave him the freehold of certain property lying near his house in Oakham which he had previously held by

    THORPE, Thomas, of Pilton, Rutland.

    of the hospital of St. John the Evangelist and St. Anne at Oakham, among his other children. Thorpe’s own estates lay at Pilton, almost exactly half-way between Oakham and the forest of Rockingham, which lends support to the idea of

    ELME, Sir John.

    and background otherwise remain a matter of conjecture. In the autumn of 1388, Elme attended the Rutland parliamentary elections at Oakham castle, and agreed to stand surety for Walter Scarle, one of the shire knights then returned. The two men

    WITTLEBURY, John (1333-1400), of Whissendine, Rutland and Milton and Marholm, Northants.

    gaol delivery, Oakham castle May 1385; to administer the oath in support of the Lords Appellant, Rutland Mar. 1388; of inquiry June 1391 (wastes on the royal demesnes). Ofifces Held Steward of the King’s manor and lordship of Oakham, Rutland

  • * British History Online * *

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    Volume 181, June 1658, 1-5, 01 June 1658-30 June 1658

    of Oakham vicarage and its 3 chapels, co. Rutland, viz .: Parish church of Oakham cum Barlithorpe 50 Langham, tithes 40 l, and augmentation 50 l . 90 Eggleton 20 Brooke 20 Also account of the impropriations in Oakham parish, Subscribers-only content

    Index, N O

    Bufalo. in Brussels, 400. -, chaplain of, see Sherewood. Nuremberg , Burgrave of, see Brandenburg. Nycholis , see Nicholas. O Oakham (Okham), [Rutl. ] , letter dated at, 190. Oare (Oer; Kent), manor of, 439. Oath of Supremacy , 234.

    Index, O, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    Oakes , Mr., 42. Oakham , co. Rutland, 46 (5). -, inhabitants of, 169. -, -, petition of, 46. Oak Hills, Woolmer Forest, 356. Obden , Adm. 180. Oblivion , Act of, 345. O'Brien , Murrough, Earl of Thomond, and Subscribers-only content

    Cecil Papers, April 1591, 01 April 1591-30 April 1591

    licence for erecting two Hos pitals for the relief of impotent and poor subjects, and for two Grammar Schools, in Oakham and Uppingham, Rutland. Has built the houses for the two schools, and intends to proceed with the hospitals. Asks

    Index of persons and Places, N, O

    ] , ship built at, 286. O. Oake , Henry, to inspect the fishing for wrecks, 244. Oakham , Okam, co. Rutland, 421. Oakham Soke , Okensoken, co. Rutland, 421. Obijings thinge , in Bisbrooke, co. Rutland, 422. Obrazinski. See

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 March 1772, 31 March 1772

    Open and Common Fields, Commons, " and Common Grounds, within the Hamlet of Bar- 6C lythorpe, in the Parifh of Oakham in the County of " Rutland;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. The faid Bill was Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1772, 3 April 1772

    the Open and Common""'' " Fields, Commons, and Common Grounds, within £c the Hamlet of Barlythorpe, in the Parifh of Oakham, " in the County of Rutland." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed to the Confideration of the Lords Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1772, 6 April 1772

    Open and Common Fields, " Commons, and Common Grounds, within the Ham- " let of Barlythorpe, in the Parifh of Oakham, in the " County di Rutland" was committed: " That they " had confidered the faid Bill, and examined Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1772, 7 April 1772

    the Open and Common '.* Fields, Commons, and Common Grounds, within " the Hamlet of Barlythorpe, in the Parifh of Oakham, *« in the County of Rutland." The Queflion was put, " Whether this Bill fhall " pafs?" It was Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1772, 16 April 1772

    enclofing the Open Common Fields, Commons, and Common " Grounds, within the Hamlet of Barlythorpe, in the " Parifh of Oakham, in the County of Rutland." tc 32. An Aft for dividing and enclofing the Com- cc mon and Wafte Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Old Oakhamian Lodge

    (1792): 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 Barraclough Hall , Oakham School , Oakham, Rutland , England 1965

    Vale of Catmos Lodge

    Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 1265 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Agricultural Hall, High Street, Oakham, Rutlandshire 1869 George Hotel, Market Place, Oakham, Rutlandshire 1877 Agricultural Hall, High Street, Oakham, Rutlandshire 1887

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Monday 21st September 1835

    true, went fast enough, but they went very unevenly and pulled the carriage dreadfully about. We next changed horses at Oakham in Rutlandshire . Soon after this it began to rain and continued raining for the rest of the day.

    Monday 21st September 1835

    true, went fast enough, but they went very unevenly and pulled the carriage dreadfully about. We next changed horses at Oakham in Rutlandshire . Soon after this it began to rain and continued raining for the rest of the day.

 

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