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  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Hen. 5. The inditement of the L. Cobham. Notes vpon the inditement.

    festū Epiphaniæ domini āno regni regis Henrici quinti post conquestum primo, (B)(B) per sacram. xij. Iur. extitit presentatū: quod Iohamnes Oldcastle de Coulyng in Com. Kanc. chr. et alij Lollardi vulgar. nuncupat. qui cōtra fidē catholicam diuersas opiniones hereticas, et

    K. Henry. 5. Defence of the Lord Cobham agaynst Alanus Copus.

    festum Epiphaniæ domini anno regni regis Henrici quinti post conquestum primo, (B)(B) per sacram. xij. Iur. extitit presentatum: quod Iohannes Oldcastle de Coulyng in Com. Kanc. chr. & alij Lollardi vulgar. nuncupat. qui contra fidem catholicam diuersas opiniones hereticas, &

    K. Henry. 5. Defence of Lord Cobham agaynst Alanus Copus.

    or consentyng to them either in mynde or in counsaile. His wordes be these: That certaine adherentes of Syr Ihon Oldcastle assembled in the fielde neare to S. Gyles, in greate noumber: of whom was Syr Roger Acton, Syr Ihon

    Actes and Mon u mentes Of the Church

    and broughte with him syr Ihon Oldcastle knight and sette hym before vs (for a little before he was taken by the kinges seruauntes and cast into the Towre) vnto whyche syr Ihon Oldcastle so personallye presente, we rehearsed all

    K. Henry. 8. Heresies falsely gathered by the Papistes.

    what spite & falsehode was vsed in þe Articles of þe Albingenses, Waldēses, Wickleffe, Swynderby, Brute, Thorpe, Armachanus, Sir Ioh. Oldcastle, Ioh. Hus, the Bohemians, & such other. Which thyng, if þe bookes & places whence these articles were gathered

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Birtsmorton

    Poleyn, probably as trustees. 27 They in 1421 gave the manor to Richard Oldcastle and his wife Elizabeth , widow of Richard Ruyhale the elder. 28 Richard Oldcastle died in 1422 , 29 and though Elizabeth did not die until

    Parishes Castle Ashby Compton . Sable a leopard or between three helms argent .

    passed successively from Sir Reynold Braybroke to Sir Nicholas Hawberk and Sir John Oldcastle 36 the third and fourth husbands of Joan Lady Cobham . When Oldcastle was executed as a lollard and traitor in 1417 , 37 the manor,

    Medieval Colchester Introduction

    made in 1415 . 67 Although Colchester was a centre of Lollardy, only one man, Thomas at Brook, cobbler, joined Oldcastle 's rising; he may have been the same as the Thomas Pelle, cordwainer of Colchester , who was later

    Parishes Ripple

    the latter his mother and her third husband, Richa rd Oldcastle , obtained a grant of this half of Queenhill from his uncle and heir Edmund Ruyhale. 96 Richard Oldcastle died childless in 1422 , 97 and on the death

    Bray with the borough of Maidenhead Introduction, borough and manors

    silver border with black caps, ensigned with a mitre; 9. Sir John Norreys: Ravenscroft (for Norreys) impaling Clitherow quartered with Oldcastle , for his second wife Eleanor Clitherow , supported by two sea-otters collared and chained, each holding a fish

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    OLDCASTLE, Sir John (c.1370-1417), of Almeley, Herefs. and Cobham, Kent.

    somewhat more directly at Oldcastle. On 3 Apr. 1410, four days before Parliament was due to re-assemble after a recess, the archbishop informed the dean of Rochester that a certain ‘pretended chaplain’ named John, dwelling with Oldcastle, had been preaching

    OLDCASTLE, Thomas (d.1398/9), of Eyton, Herefs.

    in 1389 Oldcastle, Nash and Walwyn became co-feoffees of an estate at Lower Bullingham, Herefordshire. Holgot, Oldcastle and de la Bere, furthermore, took on the trusteeship of Nash’s property in and around Hereford, and in 1398 Holgot and Oldcastle acquired

    BROOKE, Thomas (c.1391-1439), of Holditch, Dorset and Weycroft, Devon.

    Parliament (on the same occasion as his father and half-brother, Richard Cheddar, had represented Somerset and Oldcastle had been summoned to the Lords), Oldcastle was arraigned before Convocation and, eventually, convicted of heresy. His escape from the Tower early in

    HARRY, John ap (d.1420), of Poston in Vowchurch, Herefs.

    Oldcastle. Ap Harry was, in fact, closely connected with Oldcastle in many private transactions. In 1405 he had been a trustee when Sir John obtained the reversion of Sir John Chandos’s* manor of Wellington, Herefordshire, and a year later

    CHEDDAR, Richard (1379-1437), of Thorn Falcon, Som.

    of some of the Cobham estates, of which Oldcastle had been in possession. In July 1417 he again provided securities for Brooke, this time undertaking that he would neither adhere to Oldcastle, who was still at large, nor secretly maintain

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 22 January 1828

    of Clara, 225.— County of Fermanagh, 234. — St. Michan, 237. — County of Donegal; Lifford; Clonmany; County of Meath; Oldcastle and Loughcrew; Ennishowen; Slane, &c.; Donoughmore ; and Kilbrew and Union, 242.— Kilconnell, &c.; and Kil- murray, &c, 243. Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 16 October 1832

    Ratyne Churchtown Martry Clonmackduff - Rathmolion Castlepollard Lickbla Faughly Mayne Feighan and Fore Foyran Beata Maria de Fore Kilpatrick Castlecor Oldcastle Killalon 250 0 0 217 17 2 Payable to Ecclesiastical Incumbents. Payable to ny other Person or Persons, Ecclesiastical Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    409. Nohoval, 566. Norwich, 566. Not- tingham, 445. Nurney, 421.—Oban, Chief Magistrate of the Borough of, 566. Oil Gate, 465. Oldcastle, Loughcrew and Moylough, 445. Oranmore, 445. Otley, Chairman of a Meeting of Inhabitants of, 445. Ovens and Dysert, 445. Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    St. Mary's, 286. Lismakeera, 140. Lismore and Waterford, 151. Listowell, 137. Liverpool, 276. Lixnare, 317. Londonderry County, 275. Loughcrew and Oldcastle, 277. Loughinisland, 239, p. Loughmore, 264. Louth County, 327, p. Lynaley, 264. —Macroom, 149. Maglass, Ballymore and other Places, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    lxxxiv. 48, p. Nottingham, High Pavement, 48, p. Notting- ham, 114, p. Nova Scotia, 182, p. Nurney, 76, p.—O'Dorney, 141. Oldcastle, Lougheren and Moylough, 42. Oldham, 148, p. Old Jewry Chapel, Jewin Street, London, 105, p. Oldtown, 48. Olney, 145. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wedi en meddianu 'r fath deimlad yr yogrifenwyd Journals t Journal- sm;: 'With a Guidefor Literary Beginners, by John I Oldcastle (Field & Taer); ond er hyny, gall y' cyng- horion baddiol sydd i'w sel yn y llyf& rhagorol. hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WriIttI 0e occasion of his M--'s Visit to Ireland, Aug. 1821. By Humphvy Oldcastle. WjIF v we observe that itis attempt is composed in the metre of Don Juan, aind advert io its subject, we preiumue that little more is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    masses. The part of the book which deals with Sir John Oldcastle is of a more directly personal nature, its chief interest lying in its proving that " Oldcastle died a martyr." "Oldeastle's life," says Mr. Maurice, in summing up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poll Pook. Edward Stanford. Mason, James.-The Holiday Companion. Ward, Lock, and Co. Matson, W. Tidd.-Edderline, and dther Poems. Elliot Stock. Oldcastle, John.-Journals and Journalism. Field and Tuer. Orpen, J. M.-Some Principles of Native Government Illustrated. Cape Town: Saul, Solomon, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lis days of command in the Channel Squadron.-World. pr At the Liverpool Police Court, yesterday, Edward "I Devine, butcher, of Oldcastle, county Meath, was sum- moned for depositing in a public slaughterhouse for sale ly portions of the carcase of Subscribers-only content

 

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