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    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Darley

    he is returned as holding Ripley , Pentrich and Chillwell as two fees of the barony of Crich , but in 1302 18 and 1346 19 he pays for two fees in Pentrich and two in Ripley , and still Victoria County History

    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    accusations against their superiors. Hamlet Pentrich , one of the monks, brought a charge against his prior before the Privy Council, being released for the purpose from the Fleet , where he was prisoner. Pentrich was, however, a twice-forgiven 'apostate,' Victoria County History

    POLE, Peter de la (d.c.1444), of Radbourne, Derbys. and Newborough, Staffs.

    as other farmland in Needwood forest; while across the county border in Derbyshire his main holdings lay in Ashbourne, Thorne, Pentrich, Kniveton and Bentley. Together with other more scattered tenements, these constituted Peter’s inheritance, provision having been made for his History of Parliament

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