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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stanton Long

    moiety of Patton by c . 1170 and (as ½ hide) in 1255 . 27 Stephen of Patton , fl. 1226-30 , lord of Patton , may have been terre tenant of both moieties, as was Hugh of Patton ,

    Munslow Hundred

    amalgamating Patton and Culvestan hundreds. Eyton considered that there was a wholesale reorganization of the Shropshire hundreds in Henry I 's reign, but that seems unlikely: changes may have been spread over the 12th century, 14 the union of Patton

    The Liberty and Borough of Wenlock THE BOROUGH OR FRANCHISH OF WENLOCK c. 1831 WENLOCK MUNCIPAL BOROUGH 1836 - 1966

    Not counting Ditton 's 12 hides (not known to have been in Patton hund.) and Beckbury 's 1 (seemingly in Patton hund. only temporarily): ibid. 282-3, 285 (giving Patton hund. as 114 hides), 317; next para. (for Beckbury ). V.C.H.

    Bridgwater Parliamentary representation

    later unseated; a byelection in the following year returned another Conservative, George Patton , with a very slender majority against Walter Bagehot, and a few weeks later Patton lost the byelection following his appointment as a minister. The Liberal victor,

    Houses of Cluniac monks Abbey , later Priory, of Wenlock

    the Clee Hills at Stoke St. Milborough and Clee Stanton ; along the River Corve , probably including Easthope and Patton (and perhaps Bourton , Shipton , and Sutton ); near Chelmarsh (perhaps including Eardington and Deuxhill ); and at

  • * British History Online *

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    GOOGE, -

    Period of medical practice 1599-1619 Other notes Accused 1609. Cf PATTON (???), GWYN 349 & Mrs PAINE 557. Censorial hearings m S Thomas 1609 Entry G, 'mentioned previously regarding Patton, a catechumen', was charged with Richard GWYN 349. (NB: catechumen

    Skelsmergh and Paton

    . . . .[ recte 15s. 4d. ] Subsidy of a fifteenth. Patton. William son of Alice in goods 60s. William de Patton, younger " 15s. Roland de Patton " 30s. Adam de Moserge " 17s. 6d. Thomas son of

    Supplementary Records, Skelsmergh and Paton

    leading from Patton Bridge towards and unto the turnpike road leading from K. Kendal to Shap, and that a certain part of the same beginning at Patton Bridge and so towards the brook which divides the townships of Patton and

    Selside and Whitwell

    wood, 30 a. waste and a moiety of one water mill in Haverbreke, Patton, Kirkeby Lonsedall, Whynfell and Lupton; also of the manor or lordship of Patton and a moiety of the manor or lordship of Whynfell and six messuages

    Supplementary Records, Selside and Whitwell

    July. Presentment that in the highway from Patton towards and into the turnpike road fro m K. Kendal to Shap, at a certain part beginning at the brook which divides the townships of Patton and Whitwell and so continuing towards

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village, a Pistill, ger Llanelwy r 'Mr Richard Jones, 72, Aubrey-streetl S Mr John Ii. Lewis, 163, Upper Parliament-street MrWilliam Patton, 88, Spencer-streetl Mr Samuel Roberts, Holly Bank, Garston .A Mr James Smith, 38, Alfred-street Mr Richard Williams, 9, Perth-street Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Everton Village, a Pistill, ger Llanelwy Mr Richard Jones, 72, Aubrey-street M1r John R. Lewis, 183, Upper Parliament-street YxMr Wiuiim Patton. 83, Spencer-street Mr Samuel Roberts, Holly Baok, Garston, Hr James Smith, 3S, Alfred-street Mr Richard Williams, 9, Perth-street Ariaiwyr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, St, Everton Village, a Pistill, ger Llanelwy Mr Richard Jones, 72, Aubrey-street Mr Peter Garrett, 23, Erskine-street Mr Willom Patton, 83, Spencer-street Mr Willism Prytherch, 29, Devonshire Place Mr Samuel Roberts, Holly Bank, Garston - Mr Robert Roberts, Bronte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, 87, Everton Village, a Pistil, ger Llanelwy Mr Richard Jones, 12, Aubrey-street Mr Peter: Garretz, 23, Erskine-street , ?gMrWilliam Patton, 83, Spencer-streetl Mr Williin Prythercb, 29, Devonshire Place Mr Samuel Roberts, Holly Bank, Garston Mr Robert Roberts, Bionte Cottage, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE. ALA BAN'ING COMPAN I IMTED. GWNEIR POB BUSNES7 PERTIYNOL I ARIANDY GWLAD. ,i~~~~~ ! 1'- l;: : W- N* ,, t,; X., YMUNA .. Cyfawyddwr hybysu fod Cigen ,or ,B0an h'wn yn agored yn NGHORWVEN, [D bob EFAIR Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.2870

    Place(s): Whinfell (Whinfell) : undefined Participant: John Airey [Ayrie; Ayray] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Richmond (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Patten (Patten, Patton) : undefined Cannot identify more preciselyRichmond (YorkshireNorthRiding) Richmond (Richmond) : archdeaconry Participant: James Stock [Stocke] Role: defence proctor Details:

 

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