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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Warton WARTON . DALTON.

    presentation in turn with Sir Roger Pedwardine , the third patron not being named; ibid. 12 Hen. VI, no. 16. The right of presentation was fully argued in 1388 -the king v. Sir Walter Pedwardine and Sir John de Hotham

    Townships Ashton with Stodday

    of Sir Walter Pedwardine was niece and co-heir of Thomas de Thweng in 1374 ; ibid. It was stated in 1406 that Sir Thomas Metham held the manor of Ashton of Isabel wife of Sir Walter Pedwardine by 6 s

    Townships Thurnham

    the manor of Ashton ; Inq. p.m. 49 Edw. III , pt. i, no. 29. Isabel wife of Sir Walter Pedwardine was in 1405 found to hold the service of Sir Robert Harrington for the manor of Thurnham -viz. 6

    Bradford Hundred The Hundred of Bradford c. 1831 Bradford Hundred

    hundred for life to Walter of Pedwardine 72 (kt. c . 1270), 73 a minor landowner 74 of some service to the royalists during the civil war 75 and to the FitzAlans. 76 Pedwardine (d. 1297) was to render 8

    Townships Nether Wyresdale

    Ralph Daubeny and Lucy of Sir Robert de Lumley . The first left two daughters, Isabel wife of Sir Walter Pedwardine and Maud , represented in 1374 by her son Sir John de Hotham ; the second left a daughter

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HAY, George, Visct. Dupplin (aft.1683-1758), of Pedwardine, Herefs.

    Dupplin (aft.1683-1758), of Pedwardine, Herefs. Constituency Dates Fowey 1710 31 Dec. 1711 Ofifces Held Commr. taking subscriptions to S. Sea Co. 1711. Ofifces Held Teller of Exchequer 1711–14; ambassador to Turkey 1729–34. Ofifces Held FRS 1712. Biography Some degree of

    GOULD, Richard, of Winchester and South Langley, Hants.

    from such notables as William Ringbourne, John Penkestone* of Southampton, William Bolt*, members of the Courtenay family and Sir Walter Pedwardine, but also for corporate institutions like St. John’s hospital and the abbey of Hyde in Winchester, the priory of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, B

    ] , Yorks, 767. Burton Joyce , Notts, Bulcote in, 489. Burton Latimer , Burton Latyener, Northants, manor, 145. Burton [Pedwardine ] , Lincs, manor, 338. Burton [upon ] Stather, Lincs, manor, 340, 389 (xvii). -, Thealby in, 340, 389 Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    against their letters. I am, &c., HENRY H. BROWN, Minister (Church of England) of Omata, Taranaki, late Vicar of Burton, Pedwardine, Lincolnshire. Taranaki, New Zealand, Dec. 8, 1864. [We do not think that the London press is closed against anybody. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williford odteorwise Witioaforel, Jlanbeck, Ilanbeohe Famii, Stil, ee Wihlotcgtby, Qouccs-ricgttees Culvcitleorpe, Wetly, Aielhy, Roiby, Jis fIlaydor, Crtofton Forma, !iwa-bs1y, Dess-ta- Pedwardine, Alanahy, Aeswarbyc Nourth B-eek, Sci-edingthon, Soot Wiltougisby, Osiieurnby,I at iiaaty, lc-cricgbiar, tolsiws 'I-rcigeet, ridge-end, Swats,u Jforbting, Bltlin&1borough, Poinlon, Senihringharno, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Mr. George Hides Hereock, of Burloa Pedwardine, aear Sleaford, one of the leading farmers of the district, met with a sad death oa Wednesday. The deceased waa missed from _,aad was fouad floating j in a pond Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Anne's V, Wreuthorpe, \Y akeneld. Rev. T. S. Raffle, to Owmby R. Rev. J. N. Smith, to Burton V, Pedwardine. Rev. E. S.veney, to Stili'key and Morstou R, Norfolk. Rev. C. J. Vincent, to Tixall R. Rev. F. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dorrington, Ruskington, Anwick, Ewerby, Evedon, North Rauceby, Leasingham, Sleaford, Quar- rington, Silk Willoughby, Kirby Laythorpe, Howell, Asgarby, Heckington, Great Hale, Pedwardine, Burton, Helpringham, Scredington, Aswarby, Swaton, Spanby, Osbournby, Willoughby, Newton, Walcot, Laughton, Folkingham, Threckingham, Billingborough, Sempriiig- hani, Horbling, Donington, Quadring, Subscribers-only content

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