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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Great Packington

    Parishes Great Packington GREAT PACKINGTON Acreage: 2,568. Population: 1911, 198; 1921, 207; 1931, 176. The parish lies to the east of the River Blythe , about a third of its area being occupied by Packington Park 1 with its fine

    Parishes Little Packington

    Parishes Little Packington LITTLE PACKINGTON Acreage: 1,095. Population: 1911, 108; 1921, 97; 1931, 86. The parish of Little Packington or Packington Piggott, still appropriately described as 'a most retired district', is well wooded and contains much beautiful rural scenery. The

    Parishes Hawridge

    affixed to the south wall of the church, close by, and commemorates Dame Dorothy Packington , daughter of Sir Thomas Kitson and wife of Sir Thomas Packington and afterwards of Thomas Tasburgh . She died in 1577 . There is

    Islington Growth: South-east Islington

    end of Packington Street , and more houses were completed in 1859 after the agreement had been assigned to John Jay . Jay assigned the land in 1859 to Hebb, who built up most of the estate, comprising Packington ,

    Friaries Trinitarian friars of Thelsford

    they received lands at Kirkby , Leicester , with the advowson of that church and the chapels of Shilton and Packington . Among other benefactions were three parcels of land from William Beauchamp , earl of Warwick , and lands

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

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    Book 4, page 495 (1563)

    diligence gentle maister Packington, get them for me, and I wyl payewhat so euer they coste, for I entende to burne and destroye them all at Paules crosse. Augustine Paggendō the byshop of Londōs merchante,This Augustine Packington, went vnto William

    K. Hen. 8 Bookes forbidden in England.

    sore agreued, deuised how to destroye that false erronious translation, as he called it. Augustine Packington.It happened that one Augustine Packington a Mercer, was then at Antwarpe, where the Byshop was. This man fauoured Tyndal, but shewed the contrary vnto

    K. Henry. 8. Bookes forbidden. George Constantine. Augustine Packington.

    sayd: do your diligence gētle Maister Packington, get thē for me, & I wil pay whatsoeuer they cost, for I entend to burne & destroy them all at Paules Crosse. This Augustine Packington,Augustine Packington, the Byshop of Londons marchaunt. went

    K. Henry. 8 Augustine Packington. A proclamatiō by the King agaynst the Gospellers.

    diligēce gentle Maister Packington, get them for me, and I will pay what so euer they coste, for I entend to burne and destroy thē all at Paules Crosse. Augustine Packington, the Bishop of Lōdons marchaūt.This Augustine Packington, went vnto

    K. Hen. 8. Collins with his dogge burned. Cowbridge, Leiton Peke, burned.

    it was knowne, and by him confessed, þt he himselfe was the authour thereof,Doct. Incent Deane of Paules, murderer of Packington. by hiring an Italian for lx. crownes or thereabout, to do the feate. For the testimonie whereof, and also

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mae pla yr anifeiliaid, y rindeipest, yn parbau i dori allan yn achlysurol yn y deyrnas. Yn Beltlorpe, yn nosbarth Packington, cafwyd fod an o bump o wartheg yn dioddef o dano, a lladdwyd y pump yn ddioed er atal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Captain Grigs, of a daughter-On the 20th, at St Leonard's, Mrs Work- man, of a daughter-On the 20th, at Packington hall, the Countess of Aylesford, of a son-On the 17th, at Glasgow, the wife of J. Campbell, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as of a fairyland, and yet it lay within easy distance of one tows, a stretching far beyond Hampton and Packington as the Oe a side, up to and beyond Henley to Stratford-on-Aven 31el a vern Chase, too, wass a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    vi Messrs. A. E. Manley, W1. Mott, and W. F. Gordon, the me jury lists for thbe parishes of Swinfen, Packington, Hints, .ffiraytoal Bassetl, Woeford, Shenistonre. Farewell, Chsorley, Fazeley, lIamtsrssrwich, B3urntwood, Pipe Hill, and Tam- sl ,worth were subinitted.-Mr. Manley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    town; or ale the ates or O)Oces at the Grounds. T ONDON AND NORTH.WESTEBN RAIAY. 1J.-NORTl' WARWICKSHIRE GRAND STEEPIJiCHASES, at PACKINGTON, THIS DAY (Monday) and To-ioliRow oTteedayl. Aynli2aed 2. On Each of the above Bayt SPECIAL CHEAP TIIAINS will leave Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MENDHAM, John (d.c.1394), of Canterbury, Kent.

    business interests, even though they apparently extended overseas. He acted as a surety in Chancery for one Nicholas Woodward of Packington, Warwickshire, in March 1383, and for Sir Richard Hoo in May 1393, being on each occasion described as ‘of

    FISHER, Sir Clement, 2nd Bt. (1613-83), of Great Packington, Warws.

    Bt. (1613-83), of Great Packington, Warws. Constituency Dates Coventry 1661 Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. Mar. 1660-c.73; commr. for oyer and terminer, Midland circuit July 1660, assessment, Warws. Aug. 1660-80, Westminster 1663-4, Coventry 1664-80, loyal and indigent officers, Warws. 1662. Biography

    FISHER, Clement (c.1539-1619), of Great Packington, Warws.

    of Great Packington, Warws. Constituency Dates Tamworth 1584 Ofifces Held J.p. Warws. from c.1579, sheriff 1597-8. Ofifces Held With Leicester in the Netherlands 1585. Biography Fisher’s father came from Shropshire, and was granted the manor of Great Packington shortly after

    STANHOPE, Sir Richard (c.1374-1436), of Rampton, Notts.

    for the marriage of the next heir of Sir Thomas Boyville, together with the custody of the latter’s estates in Packington. Sir Thomas’s trustees advanced a superior title to the land three years later, and the royal grant was rescinded,

    ASTON, Sir Thomas (d.1412/13), of Haywood, Staffs.

    of his estate when he died in 1390. By then, Aston had acquired a life interest in Basset’s manor of Packington, Staffordshire, which he occupied as a lessee.[footnote]Aston’s marriage to Elizabeth Cloddeshale, the widow of Sir William Devereux, sometime sheriff

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    George Maurice, 0/3/1669

    Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Maurice Forename George Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 0/3/1669 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Packington// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, B/A/1/17 (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hacket, John/Coventry & Lichfield 1661- 1670 Comment

    Simeon Ash, 26/5/1684

    Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Ash Forename Simeon Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 26/5/1684 Office/Status Preacher Clerical Status Location Packington// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, Register XXXIV (Register) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Barlow, Thomas/Lincoln 1675- 1691 Comment

    Thomas Pestell, 0/0/1662

    114365 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Pestell Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/0/1662 Office/Status Vicar Location Packington// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA, L.C. V, ff. 22-221 (Exhibition Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Sanderson, Robert/Lincoln 1660- 1663 Comment Blank

    Joshua Smith, 1/5/1823

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 17115 Linked to person: Smith, Joshua 1780-1823 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Smith Forename Joshua Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 1/5/1823 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Packington//Leics

    Michael Hutchinson, 20/3/1731

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 19780 Linked to person: Hutchinson, Michael 1692-1731 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hutchinson Forename Michael Title Qualification DD University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 20/3/1731 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location

 

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