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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Modeney

    paying 9 s . 10 d . for yearly tithes to the abbey of Ramsey . 1 The Valor of 1535, under the abbey of Ramsey , names the ' Sella de Modney in Com. Norff.' as worth 43 s

    Parishes Ramsey RAMSEY ABBEY PLANS of HOUSE and GATEHOUSE RAMSEY The PARISH CHURCH of ST THOMAS of CANTERBURY

    Ramsey , the church, steeple, and churchyard, the lordships and manors of Ramsey , 'Heyghmongrove,' Bury, together with other manors, and the granges or farms called Bigging , Higney and Bodsey, a windmill in Ramsey , the park called

    Girton Local Government

    Government LOCAL GOVERNMENT Ramsey abbey had by 1260 set up a gallows and long withdrawn its tenants from the sheriff's tourn. 58 The abbey claimed in 1279 , and successfully in 1299 , to have infangthief by a charter of

    Elsworth Manors

    Stanton (Hunts.) and Boxworth respectively. 15 Ramsey Chron . (Rolls Ser.), 59-67; cf. ibid. 186. For Athelstan's fam., Proc. C.A.S . lvi/lvii. 61-7. Ramsey Chron . 84; Ramsey Cart . (Rolls Ser.), iii. 167. Ramsey Chron . 129-34; cf. F.

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Ives

    . IVES The priory of St. Ives was never more than a cell to Ramsey , and has scarcely any independent history. According to tradition, the relics of St. Ive or Ivo, a Persian bishop, who was a great traveller,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y chwareuai dyn ei ran fel- deiliad byd tragywyddol. Yrnhlith y rhai hyn gellir enwi Sedgwick, Murchison, Ramsey, ac erait.L *Dewisai Sedgwick a Ramsey Ogledd Cymru fel -maes mwyaf neillduol eu -hymnchwiliad, tra y cyfyngai Murchison ei hun yn fwy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUGl PATENT PILLS. Yw'r unig feddyginiaeth ae y gellir yidirie . ynddynt at y Dropsy, 'Diffyg dwfr, Gravel, OwYnt, Cruria4 jr Galon Asthma, Ohwydd yn y Traed, CluO ' iau ac Ymysgaroedd, Poen yn y Cetf, Cramp a ChW8g Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUGHES' PATENT DROPSY PI LLS1. Yw'r unig feddyginiaeth ao gellir nmddiried ynddynt at y Dropsy, Dit6 dwfr, Grave1, Gwynt, . Curiad y Galon Asthma, Chwydd yn y Traed, Clun, iau a8 Ymysgaroedd, Poen yn y Ceffi, Cramp a Chwsg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MEW1 GWIBIOHEI)D. 1 Mr. EDWARD M. ULLEE T, o Bury, Hants, a yagilfail at y _ Mr5. PALMERw a'i FAR, Ramsey :-'-Wedi arfer defeyddle I Balmn Had Anis POWELLI am lawer iawn o ftynyddeedd, rs hyfryd yw genyf ddwyn tyatiolaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUGHES' PATENT D R OPSY PILLS. Yw'r unig feddy iniaeth ac y gellir ymddiried ynddynt at y Dropsy, Diffyg dwfr, Gravel Owynt, Curiad- y Galon Asthma, Chwydd yn y Traed, Clun,. iau ac Ymysgaroedd, Poen yn y Cefi, Cramp Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Richard Mekins, Spenser, Ramsey, and Hewet, Martyrs.

    Spenser, Ramsey, and one Hewet, suffered at Salisbury.Spenser, Ramsey, & Hewes, Martyrs.ABout the same tyme also a certeine Priest was burned at Salisbury, who leauyng his Papistry, had maryed a wife, and became a player in interludes, with one Ramsey

    K. Henry. 8. Richard Mekins, Spenser, Ramsey, and Hewet, Martyrs.

    such an ignoraunt soule that he knew not what the affirming of heresie was.¶ Richard Spenser, Ramsey, and one Hewet, suffred at Salisbury. Spenser, Ramsey, and Hewes, Martirs. ABout the same tyme also a certeine Priest was burned at Salisbury,

    K. Henry 8. Richard Mekins, Spenser, Ramsey, Hewet Martyrs.

    Spenser, Ramsey, and one Hewet, suffered at Salisbury.ABout the same time also a certeine Priest was burned at Salisbury, who leauing his Papistry, had married a wife, and became a player in enterludes, with one Ramsey and Hewet,Spenser, Ramsey, and

    K. Richard. 2. The history of Iohn Wickliffe Actes and Mon. of the church.

    Foluile, Carlel, Frisley, Bernwell.Item, Augustine fries. iiij. Ashborne, Bowkyn, Woldley, Hornington.Item, Carmelites. iiij. Glanuile, Dis, Loney, Kynningham.Item, Monkes. iiij. Wels, Ramsey, Bloxam, Marton.Item, Doctours of the Canon and Ciuill lawe. xiiij. Appelby, Waltram, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregisyon Stow, Blaunchard, Rocombey, Lidford,

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    shee sayd:what nede is it to go to thefeete, when we may goe tothe head?NicholasStokeley.VVilliam Stokeley.The wife of VVilliam Deane.VVilliam Ramsey of Newbery.Iohn SymonHis wife.of Marlow.Iohn Graye of Marlow.Dauy Schyrwode.VVilliam Schyrwode.Raynolde Schyrwode.Iohn Saydid detect.Christoph. Sho-maker.Iohn Okynden.Robert Pope.This Christopher Sho-maker had

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RAMSEY, Ralph (d.1419), of Great Yarmouth and West Somerton, Norf. and Kenton, Suff.

    also agreed that Ramsey should have possession of the priory, demesne lands, rents, services and profits, provided that he met the monk’s personal charges and allowed him to enjoy the spiritual tithes. Besides his connexion with Burley, Ramsey had also

    WYNDE, John (by 1482-1515 or later), ?of Ramsey, Hunts.

    Ramsey abbey in 1509, and either this man or a namesake was the ‘John Wynde junior of Ramsey, gentleman’ who six years earlier had been named feoffee of property in St. Ives and not long afterwards acquired land at

    CERVINGTON, (SERVINGTON), William (?d.1603), of Huntingdon ?and Fleet, Lincs.

    is known about Cervington. By 1569 he owned a house and garden in Huntingdon, and in 1582 acquired land in Ramsey. He contributed £25 to the Armada defence fund in his county.[footnote]The Barbara Cervington whose will was proved at Huntingdon

    DUNHEAD, John I, of Huntingdon.

    as bailiff of Huntingdon when, in May 1398, he and his colleague, John Sabrisforth*, were sued by the abbot of Ramsey for possession of a messuage owned by the community. In the following year he went surety for John Rous

    SABRISFORTH, John, of Huntingdon.

    Elstow, while the other resulted in an assize of novel disseisin arraigned against the entire community by the abbot of Ramsey, who advanced a title to property in Huntingdon. An influential figure in the town, Sabrisforth was an ideal person

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    10 April 1818, 10 April 1818

    Lords. 555 Laverstock Enclosure Bill. New Saruin Roads Bill. Ramsey Drainage Bill. o's ¦ i. Marq* of Ormonde's Estate Bill. Jrink age 'etitions ät. " Bill, and that the same may not pass into a " Law:" It is Ordered, Subscribers-only content

    14 April 1818, 14 April 1818

    the Parish of Ecclesfield, in " the County of York," was committed. The Earl of Shaftesbury reported from the Lords Ramsey Committees, to whom the Bill, intituled, " An Act **™inaS* " for altering and enlarging the Powers of an Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1818, 15 April 1818

    South- " ampton." The Question was put, " Whether this Bill " shall pass?" It was resolved in the Affirmative. Ramsey rail Bill: Drainage ir, &e. °> Martin'» Specially )rted. ** for dividing, allotting, enclosing. draining, \ V. Exmouth. Their Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1818, 8 May 1818

    dividing, allotting, en- " closing, draining and preserving certain Commons " and Waste Grounds within the"Manor and Parish " of Ramsey, in the County of'Huntingdon; and for M repealing a certain Act therein mentioned:" « An Act for draining and Subscribers-only content

    8 May 1818, 8 May 1818

    dividing, allotting, enclosing, " draining and preserving certain Commons and " Waste Grounds within the Manor and Parish of " Ramsey, in the County of Huntingdon; and for " repealing a certain Act therein mentioned." 15. " An Act for Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CHANC.CP.1848/4

    town Notes: On appeal from the Isle of Man Participant: Thomas Faragher [Fargher] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Ramsey (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Ramsey(Ramsey) : town Participant: Margaret Kelly [Kelly] Role: testator Details: female; Wife of William Kelly Participant: George Lawton

    TRANS.CP.1821/1

    Role: appellate Details: male; Executor of William Tear Location: Andreas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Andreas (Kirk Andreas) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Ramsey(Ramsey) : undefined Cannot identify Location: Kirk Michael (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Kirk Michael (Kirk Michael) : undefined Location: Isle of Man

    TRANS.CP.1848/1

    Brewer Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas (Douglas) : town Participant: Thomas Faragher [Fargher] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Ramsey (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Ramsey(Ramsey) : town Maughold (IsleOfMan) Maughold (Maughold) : ecclesiastical parish Kirk Michael (IsleOfMan) Kirk Michael (Kirk Michael) :

    TRANS.CP.1829/1

    Andreas (Kirk Andreas) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kirk Michael (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Kirk Michael (Kirk Michael) : undefined Location: Ramsey (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Ramsey(Ramsey) : town Location: Bride (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Bride (Bride) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Isle of Man Place(s): Cronk

    TRANS.CP.1833/3

    : ecclesiastical parish Glendhoo (Glendhoo) : undefined Location: Douglas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Douglas (Douglas) : town Location: Andreas (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Ramsey(Ramsey) : town Location: Bride (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Ballayounage (Ballayounage) : undefined Location: Onchan (IsleOfMan) Place(s): Glendhoo (Glendhoo) : undefined Balnahow

 

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