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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Potterspury POTTERSPURY Potterspury Village

    PotterspuryPOTTERSPURY The ancient parish of Potterspury stretched across the whole of Cleley hundred near its southern end, from a north-eastern boundary represented by the river Tove to a south-western boundary with Whittlebury parish in the middle of Whittlewood forest;

    Furtho FURTHO Site of Furtho village

    1921 the rectory of Furtho was united with the vicarage of Potterspury with Yardley Gobion to become the united benefice of Potterspury with Furtho with Yardley Gobion . Potterspury was the parish church and the place of residence of the

    The Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate

    Grafton and Potterspury parks and the piecemeal alienations of the 16th and 17th centuries, the estate was said to consist of the manors of Grafton , Hartwell , Alderton , Blisworth , Stoke Bruerne , Greens Norton , Potterspury ,

    Cleley Hundred NORTHAMPTONSHIRE HUNDREDS CLELEY HUNDRED PARISHES

    to their open fields (as at Potterspury ) or to cultivate in severalty (as at Hartwell ). Most of Salcey lay outside the hundred, whereas a significant portion of Whittlewood was in either Potterspury or Passenham , including what emerged

    Chairman's foreword

    Honor of Grafton and Wakefield Lodge Estate 18 Alderton 39 Ashton 59 Cosgrove 77 Easton Neston 98 Furtho 127 Grafton Regis 142 Hartwell 176 Old Stratford 198 Passenham 208 Paulerspury 245 Potterspury 289 Roade 345 Stoke Bruerne 374 Wicken 413

  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Mary - Volume 12, April 1558, 01 April 1558-30 April 1558

    of the gentlemen appointed for the defence of Devon. April 21. Grafton. 68. Survey of the parks of Grafton, Stoake, Potterspury, Haselborough, Norton, and Hartwell, co. Northampton; taken before John Mershe, Giles Isham, and William Gent, Esquires. Lat. and Engl. Subscribers-only content

    Minute Book, February 1661, 01 February 1661-28 February 1661

    ] Feb. 22. Petition from Elizabeth Cooke, late wife of Edward Barrones, of Potterspury, co. Northampton, and from Thomas Barrones, his son, concerning a copyhold messuage in Potterspury. Also another petition of said Thomas Barron concerning tenements and lands there,

    Entry Book, June 1673, 1-15, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    Bruern, rents of assize and lands and tenements in Stoke Bruern, Paulerspury, Shutlanger and Alderton, manor of Greens-Norton, manor of Potterspury, manor of More-End, manor of Aston [? Ashton ] lands and tenements in Roade. lands in Tiffield and Blisworth,

    Entry Book, June 1673, 16-30, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    the 7th inst., on the agreement for the purchase by the King from him of the parks of Grafton and Potterspury, parcel of the Honor of Grafton. Ibid , p. 388. [? ] Money warrant for 5,000 l . to

    General Index, P, Q, R, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    see Portugal. Posahazy , John Post fines Postmasters Posts Potter , Abr. Hugh John. Capt. Rich. letters of Wm. Mr. Potterspury , co. Northampton Potts , Simon Poule Head , Bordeaux Povey , Commissary Rich. Powell , Capt. Hen. certificate Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 June 1824, 16 June 1824

    14. Geo. IV ] 6° Junii. 417 Street Bill. scot- II, ut off >nths. The House (according to Order) was adjourned during Pleasure, and put into a Committee upon the Bill, inti¬ tuled, " An Act for more effectually Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1831, 18 April 1831

    the Protestant Hadleigh: Dissenters of the Baptist Persuasion meeting at Hadleigh, in the County of Suffolk, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Minister and Potterspury: Members of the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters of the Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1831, 18 April 1831

    the Independent Denomination at Potterspury, in the County of Northampton, whose Names are thereunto sub¬ scribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Dissenters assembling for Religious Worship at the Meet¬ ing House, Tacket Street, Ipswich, whose Names Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Chapel, Northampton ; Independents, Clare; Grundisburgh; Bardwell; Necton ; Weedon-Beck ; Tunstall; Wortwell; Wrentham ; Earl Soham ; Hadleigh; and Potterspury, 447. — Tacket Street Chapel, Ipswich; Glemsford; Quay Chapel, Woodbridge; Dairy Lane Chapel, Ipswich ; Lowestoft; Dudley Wood; Netherton; Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Commons, Volume XXXV, A.D. 1774 - Volume LV, A.D. 1800

    and Bixley ; lv. 287. r. a. 595. - Portbury (Somerset); lui. 242. R. a. 480. —-—Postcomb. Seesapra, 52, (Leainor.)——— Potterspury (Northampton); xxxv. 70. r. a. 222. ' - - Poulton (Wilts); xlix. 244. Petition renewed; L. 122. R.a. 554 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MANDEVILLE, Thomas (1360-c.1408), of Countesthorpe, Leics.

    esquires, in a discreditable episode involving the abduction of Juliana, widow of Sir Richard Vernon, and her forcible detention at Potterspury and in Warwick castle, although his role in the affair was no doubt that of mere follower to the

    FITZROY, Henry, earl of Euston (1790-1863).

    increasingly eccentric in later life, he died in March 1863 in the only room he occupied at Wakefield Lodge and was buried locally at Potterspury. His son, William Henry Fitzroy (1819-82), Liberal Member for Thetford, 1847-53, succeeded as 5th duke.[footnote]

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Hellins, 17/5/1827

    Hellins Forename John Title clerk Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 17/5/1827 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Potterspury// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 (Uncatalogued Act Book 1819-39) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819- 1839

    Robert Harding, 2/9/1790

    Harding Forename Robert Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 2/9/1790 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Potterspury// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment

    Gowen Evans, 17/5/1827

    Forename Gowen Title clerk Qualification BA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 17/5/1827 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Potterspury// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP, x3601 (Uncatalogued Act Book 1819-39) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819- 1839

    John Hellins, 2/9/1790

    Surname Hellins Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 2/9/1790 Office/Status Vicar Clerical Status Location Potterspury// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794

    Robert Harding, 1/8/1777

    Harding Forename Robert Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 1/8/1777 Office/Status Vicar Location Potterspury// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDR, ML580 (call book 1777) (Clergy call book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment also Vicar of Grafton and Alderton

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the avarage 700 persona in the house. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp h id been Master and Matron of the Potterspury Union, Stony Stratford, for twelve years; Where were on the average 70 persons in the house. Mr. COsBnTT proposed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leicester, shoe manufacturer. WILLIAM JUDEIN and FstEDEaRao YANN, trading as Judkin and Van, Churchgate, Leicester, leather manu- facturers. ENOCHi ILrIFF, Potterspury, Northamptonshire, grazier. JomN ScoTn, Ockbraok Lane, Borrowash, Derbyshire, fitter. isAc LrroisrxaLD, lately residing at Winshill, Derby- shire, and trading Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Register-offce. Halifax, Mr. JosePn WLrascINsoN i wasp dresser, Northowram, to Miss HANNAH SIocts, of Clayton. On Tuesday last, at Potterspury, Northamptonshire. by the rev. H F. PhWilps, assisted by the Rev. R. E. Crawley, vicar of Potterpury, J HNa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    btiarthwait, stockiton-on-Toes, greenorl B. (hove, Eveeham, market garLecuer W. Btudnso, Crlxisle, draper H. A. Smith, St. Alban's. ironnonecer J. Clark. Potterspury, bahier J, Patker, 'Temple Cowley, boot ma:.er I. A. Carroll, l1angollen, out of businesb r. Mitchell. Mareharn-le-Fen, caraeutier lt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was 0 familiarly known as '- Brackley Jack," had been found l dead in a ditch by the roadside near Potterspury, about two miles from the Yardly Gobion Union Workhouse, of n which deceased and some members of his family Subscribers-only content

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