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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Templar Preceptory of Rothley

    House of Knights Templar Preceptory of Rothley HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 13. PRECEPTORY OF ROTHLEY The Knights Templars already possessed land at Rothley in 1203 , when King John confirmed to them 5 librates of land there, given by John

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Saddlescombe

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Saddlescombe HOUSES OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 19. THE PRECEPTORY OF SADDLESCOMBE About the year 1228 Geoffrey de Say granted the manor of Saddlescombe , some four miles north-west of Brighton , to the Templars with

    Houses of Knights Hospitaller Preceptory of Poling

    Houses of Knights Hospitaller Preceptory of Poling HOUSE OF KNIGHTS HOSPITALLERS 21. THE PRECEPTORY OF POLING The origin of the preceptory of Poling does not appear to be known, but in 1338 the lands of the Hospitallers in Sussex 1

    House of Knights Templar Dunwich

    THE KNIGHTS TEMPLARS OF DUNWICH There was a house or preceptory of the Knights Templars at Dunwich at an early date, for King John , in the first year of his reign , confirmed to them their lands and other

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Balsall

    Houses of Knights Templar Preceptory of Balsall HOUSE OF KNIGHTS TEMPLARS 18. THE PRECEPTORY OF BALSALL The manor of Balsall was granted to the Templars in the reign of Stephen, by Roger Mowbray . A number of other gifts were

  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, June 1688, 1-15, 01 June 1688-15 June 1688

    that James I in the 20th year of his reign granted the manor, rectory and farms of Speen in the Preceptory of Samford [Sandford ] to William, Visct. Wallingford, and Eliz. his lady and their heirs, with remainder to the

    Treasury Calendar, April 1696, 21-25, 21 April 1696-25 April 1696

    tenure of Humphry Newton and late in that of George Poole and part of the possessions appropriate to the late Preceptory of Iveley, County Derby, and demised to Roger Whitley, 1661, Sept. 25, and demised as above to the said

    Index of persons and Places, N, O

    collector of. See Mann, E.; Shoebridge, A. Newington. See Nevendon. Newlands , Newland, co. Cumberland, lands etc. of the late Preceptory of, 255. Newlyn , Lewlin, Newlin, co. Cornwall, 131. Newlyn (Newlin), Thomas, a messenger of the Chamber, 295. Ne

    Warrants etc., January 1699, 16-31, 16 January 1699-31 January 1699

    sometime belonging to the Friars Minors 16 4 the rent of several lan ds and tenements belonging to the late Preceptory of Newland 5 4 4 a tenth reserved for the Manor of Bridkirke 1 6 0 the rent of

    Henry VIII, February 1512, 01 February 1512-28 February 1512

    of the Chapel Royal and the King's son, the archbishop of St. Andrew's. Hopes the two appeals relative to the Preceptory at Torphichen, the one interposed by the Cardinal ( ab eodem Rev. mo ) through Geo. Dundas, the other

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Doubleday, Bidlake, and H. R. IIoy. V :R17-a. Or A STATUR AT LxcFMD RCAEEDnAn.- The Masonic Knight Templars of the Preceptory Godefroi de Bouillon, Stoke-on-Trent, attended Lichfield Cathedral, yesterday, to present a statue of Godfrey de Bouillon to Lichfield Cthedral. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    And these are soen in the Hall at Rotherwood and the Lists at Ashby-de-la- Zouch, the Castle of Torquilstone andthe Preceptory of Templestowe, the whole affording an opportunity for a play of movement and a feast of colour such as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    poer by Ex. Corn. S end, P.D d LZ. * the Chapter of gorhtiui, 't'e Bedford Marir, and the Mowe Preceptory, by Ex. Comp. Artert M.HEZ.; the Grosvenor Chapter by W. Bro& W. G. iil~s, MI3 Z. . the bt. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s Leicetershirem Derly, and Nottingham was held at the Great Westen Hotel, yesterday, under the antpiees of t the Howe-Be-nceant Preceptory Amongst those a present were Sir Knight Charles Fendelow, G.C.T, s provincial prior; Eir Knight J. Loxdals Warren, sub' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Grosvenor Chapter, £3 3s.; Elkiocton Chapter, £5 Ss. St. Michael's Chapter, S5 5s. ; Shakspeare Mark Lodge, £5 s.; Bowe-Beauceant Preceptory, £10 lOs; Vernon Charter S.P.R.C., £12 12s. ; and these with other amounts received up to the time of Subscribers-only content

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