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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Pleasington

    Pleasington permitted Adam de Hoghton to establish a mill dam on his bank of the River Derwent , and Henry son of Elias de Pleasington gave lands 'between Pleasington and Hoghton ' to the same Adam. The water-mill of

    Townships Winmarleigh

    Rigmaiden. 6 From fines of an earlier time it seems that Robert de Pleasington had obtained a moiety of the manor from Thomas le Gentyl. 7 The Pleasington inheritance probably descended to an heiress who married Richard Radcliffe . 8

    Townships Tockholes

    local name and of the Pleasington family, each holding a half, the tenure being thegnage and the yearly service 2 s . About 1250 Joice de Tockholes released his tenement here to Elias de Pleasington , his lord, and early

    Townships Huncoat

    acknowledged the right of Ellis de Pleasington to 2 oxgangs of land in Huncoat , and that of Adam de Pleasington to 2 more; but at the request of Ellis he gave Adam de Pleasington 's 2 oxgangs to the

    Townships Ainsworth

    of the manor in settlements and inquisitions, 7 and has descended to the Earl of Wilton . 8 Ainsworth of Pleasington . Azure three spades within a bordure or . Ainsworth gave a surname to a local family, one of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PLEASINGTON, Sir Robert (c.1369-1405), of Burley, Rutland and Ellal, Lancs.

    PLEASINGTON, Sir Robert (c.1369-1405), of Burley, Rutland and Ellal, Lancs. Constituency Dates Rutland Jan. 1397 Biography This MP’s somewhat obscure personal history is overshadowed by that of his father, the distinguished judge, Sir Robert Pleasington, who was removed from office

    PLEASINGTON, Sir Henry (1397-1452), of Burley, Rutland.

    PLEASINGTON, Sir Henry (1397-1452), of Burley, Rutland. Constituency Dates Rutland 1420 Rutland 1422 Rutland 1425 Ofifces Held Commr. to raise royal loans, Rutland Apr. 1421, May 1428, Feb. 1436, Nov. 1440, Sept. 1449; assess a grant Apr. 1431. Ofifces

    AINSWORTH, Henry (by 1502-56/57), of Winkburn, Notts.

    who had moved from Lancashire to Nottinghamshire; less likely is his identification with his contemporary namesake, a well-connected gentlemen of Pleasington, Lancashire.[footnote]Ainsworth’s career is also somewhat obscure. He must have had legal training, although he is not to be found

    FLORE, Roger (d.1427), of Oakham, Rutland.

    royal commissions which came his way after 1399. One of his tasks was to supervise the affairs of Sir Robert Pleasington, his colleague in the first 1397 Parliament, whose recurrent bouts of insanity made it necessary for the Crown to

    THORPE, Thomas, of Pilton, Rutland.

    THORPE, Thomas, of Pilton, Rutland. Constituency Dates Rutland Jan. 1404 Ofifces Held Collector of a tax, Rutland bef. Oct. 1399, a royal loan Jan. 1420. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Rutland 12 Feb. 1404-5 Mar. 1405. Ofifces Held Commr. to raise

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix C, Extracts from Rate Book of 1603

    m Cooke 20 s ; M r Wyndebancke 20 s ; M r John Woode 20 s ; M r Pleasington 4. 5 s ; M r Alderman Smyth 40 s ; Sir W m Wade 40 s ; Raphe

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1606

    the highway at St. Leonard's in Shordiche co. Midd. on the said day, John Jeffery butcher, George Coke butcher, Robert Pleasington yoman and John Riccard yoman, all late of London, assaulted Robert Boothe esq., and robbed him of two pairs

    Bridge House

    247. Letter from William Lord Burghley to the Lord Mayor, stating that he had been informed by his servant, Humfrey Pleasington, that his Lordship might, with the consent of the Masters of the Bridge-house, grant in reversion by lease certain

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1611

    Also, similar Recognizances, taken on the same day before the same Justice of the Peace, for the appearance of Richard Pleasington of Fulham yeoman at the next Session of the Peace, he also being "charged with stealing deer out at

    General Index, P, Q, R, 16 December 1615-26 February 1618

    -, James, 11 -, Richard, 173, 334 -, William, 35, 88 -, -, the elder, 88 Please , John, 230 Pleasington , Ann, 265 Pleydall , Charles, 80 Plinghe , John, 128 Plodar , Jasper, 362 Plomer , see Plummer.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boatman, of whom six were restored. A heavily-laden excursion train from Yorkshire to Black- pool run off the line at Pleasington, near Blackburn, on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, on Tuesday morning. Several persons were injured. Mr J. Blackuaore, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a lighted match down the window slot. The train was travelling from Preston to Blackburn, and it pulled up near Pleasington, when the fire was ex- tinguished. Considerable commotion was caused amongst the passengers. A girl of sLxteen, named Marie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    l oehleLeurst, James Butterworth, an.d 'i 'i llsll larsden, WMer charged at the Blackburn Town Hall with night poaching at Pleasington, on the preserves of Lieuteeeant-Coloncl Bowdon About half-past two o'clock onl Friday morning last, while five of the keepers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Ilenry Yardley. - - Class 14-0.-w~s~o(lngl~sl). -lst, Mr. WV. Mlems; 2nd,1Mr. Samuel Shaw, Stainlaiid,,Halifax.- Class 147.-SNes.-Iet. Mr. Jeninyn B. Blowdon, Pleasington Itch, Blaclsburi; O2ni, Mnr: XV. Harvey ; 3rd, thle Rev. A. G. Brooks, Rectory', Shraweardine, Salop. Class 108.2 -Tboots Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the public for support has been issued by one of the societies connected with the operatives. Rioting took place at Pleasington, where a young man was badly injured by a grocer protecting his premises. Notice has been given that the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1829, 12 March 1829

    of Wo°ds: Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Pleasington: the Township of Pleasington, in the County of Lancaster, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    Vicarage Street Chapel, Yeovil; New Road Chapel, Brighton ; Winsford, &c.; Wolverhampton; Cran- brook; Beverley; Manchester; Clayton in le Woods; Pleasington; Chipping; Ormskirk; Ribchester; and Gar- stang, 182. — Maidstone; and Kilcoo, 190. — Taunton; Cheltenham; Catholics of Ireland; Glasgow; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume LXXV, A.D. 1820 - Volume XCII, A.D. 1837

    Penzance, 81, p. Perth, 182, p. Perthshire, Procurators' Society, 141, p. Petherton, South, 109, p. Piercetown, 121. Pilltown, 72, p. Pleasington, 121, p. Plump- ton, 114, p. Plymouth, 94, p. Poole (Dorset), 133, p. Portle- mon, 177, p. Portsmouth, Corporation, Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. IV - 3 Gul. IV, Vols. LIII - LXIV

    a. Pendlebury, 258 b. Perth, 322 b. Perthshire, 214 a. Petherton (South), 157 a, Philipstown, 306 b. Pilltown, 34 a. Pleasington, 182 b. Plymouth, 136 b. Poole, 180 b. Portsmouth, 124 a. 281 a. 298 a. Portumna, 141 b. Poulton Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1828, 22 April 1828

    apprehen- rim;—of Tarnionbarry;—of Loughglyn;—of Tuerty;—of vour of Roman sion and alarm, that Government has proposed a Corn Ashton in Mackerfield;—of Pleasington ;—of Burscough Bill that will admit Flour and Meal with a Duty only Hall, Ormskirk;—of the Willoivs, Kirkham;—of Bantry; Subscribers-only content

 

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