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    House of Grandmontine monks Priory of Alberbury

    Pecknall grange, and rents of £1 14 s . in Eyton and Great Wollaston . 18 The small Shropshire demesnes appear to have been kept in hand to that date, but in 1373 the prior leased the demesne at Victoria County History


    1409 a group of tenants, headed by the vicar, paid 20 s . a year. 77 Alberbury priory's grange at Pecknall was leased to a group of four peasants in 1373 and in 1406 six tenants took the demesne at Victoria County History

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    president, Alberbury (partly Mont. ), n, n , priory, Tall Cottages, and see Amaston; Braggington; Builthy Rock; Hayes ; Loton; Pecknall ; Rowton Castle ; Wattlesborough; Winnington Albrighton , n, n, n, n , Albrighton (in St. Mary 's, Shrewsbury Victoria County History

    Index K-Z

    co. justices of (magistrates), Pearce , Geo., peas , see crops: leguminous Peasenhall (Suff.), peat , cutting, Peate , Adam, Pecknall ( Mont. , in Alberbury ), pedlars , see chapmen Peele fam. , Pegolotti , Francesco Balducci, Pemberton : Victoria County History

    Entry Book, March 1686, 1-5, 01 March 1686-05 March 1686

    junr., Ben. Mosely, Hannah Morrice, widow, Robt. Morrice, Hann Morrice, Robt. Morrice, Robt. Morrice, Hann Morrice, Clement Axmascall Picknall, Mascall Pecknall, Tho. Snachall and wife, Rich. Snaceday, Rich. Sunace, Rich. Stephens. co. Stafford . John Alsop, Ann Alsop, Sim. Buxton, British History Online

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    Macclesfield, 1338. -, Mr., waiter, Gosport, 200. Pickis , Nathaniel, of London, mariner, 1261. Picklescot Manor (co. Salop), 1129. Picknall (Pecknall), Clement Axmascall, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630. -, Mascall, Quaker, co. Sussex, 630. Pickstown (Pecastown), [Picketstown ] (Crannagh barony, co. British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Startfortb, Chairman of Auxiliary Commfitt*t Owen LongetaiL jian., Esq., Barnaxd Castle, Vice-Chairaan Worley Headlam, Beq., Whorlton T. P. Lawson. Eq., Pecknall, near Barnard Castle J. Boulafeld, Esq., Bowes P. Dent, Feq., Barnard Ceastle W. H. Scarre, Eaq., Lartington Wmn. DLx, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Startforth, Chairman of Auxiliary Committee Om en Lougetaff, Jun., Esq., BernardeCastle, Vicenabairman Morley Headlami, Efq., Whoriton T. P. lIaseon, Eq., Pecknall, near Bernard Castle Ralph Dent, Esq., Streatlam House J. hoteolteld. Eoq., Bowes P. Dent, Esq., Barnmad Caitle W. H. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    one between landlord and tenant, tbe Bey. Thomas Witham, of Lartington Hall, near Bainardcastle, being the landlord of two farms, Pecknall and Battle Hill, in that locality, while the tenant waa Mr Thomas Paulinos Lawson, brother of Sir John Lawson, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    surgeon. On the 17th inst., at St. Mary's Church, by the Rev J. N. Bennie, Mr. A. L. Sparkes, of Pecknall, Montgomery- shire, to Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. W. K. Elliott, of this town. On the 22nd inst., by licence, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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