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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers Preceptory of Halston

    Martin's . 4 Kinnerley church had been appropriated to Halston by 1248 , when the knights owned the tithes of Osbaston in Kinnerley . 5 The great tithes of Whittington demesne were also granted to Halston at an early period,

    Houses of Augustinian canons Abbey of Haughmond

    north-west Shropshire , around Knockin and Great Ness , and included Knockin chapel, the township of Caldicott , mills at Osbaston and Ruyton XI Towns, and lands in Webscott , Balderton , and Bilmarsh in Myddle . 61 Wilcott ,

    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    north of these were the manors of Sleap and Crudgington , in the Tern valley, with outliers at Kynnersley and Osbaston . Further north Wollerton and Betton in Hales lay one each side of Market Drayton , while to the

    The ancient parish of Barking Manors THE MANOR OF BARKING

    to Francis Fuller , who already owned Wangey, and Downshall. 421 Fuller (d. 1636) was succeeded by Francis Osbaldeston or Osbaston , son of his sister Barbara, wife of Henry Osbaldeston . 422 Francis (d. 1648) left no issue, but

    Index L - Z

    see also Aucher Orgar the Thane , 100 Oriel College , Oxford , 279; provosts, see Carpenter; Sampson Osbaldeston ( Osbaston ), Alice, m. (2) Rob. Bertie , 206, 211, 227; Ann, 206; Barbara, see Fuller; Eliz., m. Humph. Hyde

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MUNDY, Wrightson (?1712-62), of Osbaston, Leics. and Markeaton, Derbys.

    of Osbaston, Leics. and Markeaton, Derbys. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1747 241754 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Derbys. 1737-8. Biography Mundy was descended from Sir John Mundy, lord mayor of London 1522-3, who purchased Markeaton in Derbyshire. His grandfather, Francis Mundy, acquired Osbaston

    SUTTON, Nicholas (by 1465-1532/33), of Rye, Suss.

    dead, or too ill to attend, is not clear. His place was filled by Richard Inglet. Sutton apparently died intestate, unlike his namesake, a gentleman of Osbaston, Leicestershire, the subject of many contemporary references, who died on 31 Dec. 1530.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cow pasture and the apinneys round the house were first drawn, and proved blank, and the hounds were taken to Osbaston with a similar result. It was not until Sutton Amblon was reached that a find was proclaimed, which resulted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    employer, and wages required, 6 14, Daily Post~ elaI- OANClf B,-pery.-Wantted, Ito-engagement by young Lady; tl. F aye 20-A. Poysse, Osbaston Haollow, 1Iliuskley. c2d27 JPIRST-CLASS Printer for Gas GlobesWotdmst-ru- F understand acid wore-Apply to W. and J. A. BaileyAt, ScotLiand. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. Clarke, of ndley, sold an excollent d(airy at 92s. ; Mr, Harding, of Attorton, nade 0'..; Mr. Orackley, of Osbaston, sold a good lot at 75s,, and a second at G8s.; while useful classes changed hands at dis. to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Park Plte . .. 0 Midland Counties Handicap 8 30 Walmley . . 4 0 Beitudesert . . 4 30 Osbaston . . 5 0 XNTZE5 Aston Welter-Nankin, sost Web; Lamprey, Lrst 6bb; Happy Boy, 10st 41b; Templar, l0st Sib; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1 sgst Robertson. i Won by a length; a head between second and I third. Winner bought in for 360gs. Osbaston Welter Handicap. Donald Caird (Wyatt) .. 1 Mount Pleasant (Lemaire). 2 Lincolnshire (Loates) ..3 Also ran-Mrs. Townley, Hopwood; Pelerine, Subscribers-only content

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