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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Astley

    The well-known Redstone Rock and Hermitage are on the bank of the Severen on the northern boundary of the parish. Here also was a ferry over the Seve rn . Deeds dating from the 14th century dealing with Redstone Ferry

    Parishes Reigate

    no longer exists. The reputed manor of REDSTONE was evidently held in 1292 by John de Montfort, for in that year he had grant of free warren in Ashtead , Newdigate , and Redstone . 193 It is probably identical

    Townships Broughton

    Henry VIII to John Wood , one of his 'Oistringers,' of the site of Kersal cell and its lands, including Redstone pasture, Danerode meadow, with sufficient housebote, firebote, & c. to be taken from the king's woods adjacent; a rent

    Parishes Charlbury CHARLBURY 1761

    field further from Stonesfield . 306 A terrier of 1669 distinguished lands in five fields: Mill field towards Charlbury , Redstone Quarry or North-East field or Old field, Longlands or Coldshorne, Shawhill or South field, and 'on the hill called

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    REDSTONE, William, of Southwark, Surr.

    REDSTONE, William, of Southwark, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 1415 Southwark May 1421 Biography Redstone was probably the son of the William Redstone who held office as coroner of Surrey until 1379 and subsequently acquired a considerable amount of property in

    FORTESCUE, William (c.1562-1629), of Hanslope, Bucks.

    will was proved 9 June 1629.Vis. Bucks. (Harl. Soc. lviii), 57-8; Lansd. 151, f. 81; Cal. Sudbury Muns. ed. Stokes and Redstone, 27; HMC Hatfield, vii. 525, 528; ix. 314; T. Fortescue, Lord Clermont, Fortescue Fam. 380; PCC 60 Ridley.

    RUSHAM, Geoffrey (d.c.1589), of London and Suff.

    to distribute £4 to the poor of Sudbury in the will Rusham made in July 1587, proved on 12 June 1589.PCC 51 Leicester; Cal. Sudbury Muns. ed. Stokes and Redstone, 52; Sudbury ct. bks. 1563-82, f. 107; 1585-99, f. 6.

    MICHELL, Thomas (by 1492-1551), of Worth, Suss.

    Sussex’, receiving in return £10 annually. In 1528 Michell extended his possessions beyond Sussex, paying £80 for the manor of Redstone in Reigate, Surrey: by the time of the Dissolution he had a lease from Reigate priory of an estate

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    Red Sea , the, 21, p. 20, 146, 151, 241, 249, 272, 360, p. 618. -, the French in, 388. Redstone , Wm., p. 25. Reeve , John, p. 68, 86, p. 185, 246, pp. 248 50, p. 324. -,

    Index, R, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Nic., letter from, 1029 (9). -, or Rudston (Rodeston, Redstone), Robt., Wyatt's servant, 478 (2) 507 (p. 226), 539 (p. 242). -, Thos., g. 282 (6, 22), 831 (29). -, (Redstone, Rudstonde), Wm., 859. Rue , M. de ( qu.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 28, April 1753, 01 April 1753-30 April 1753

    as they please. Redstone to Tenbury Road Bill. A Message was brought from the House of Commons, by Mr. Lyster and others: With a Bill, intituled, "An Act for repairing and widening the Roads leading from Redstone Ferry , in

    Henry VIII, August 1538 21-25, 01 August 1538-31 August 1538

    the commission era." Marked in the margin as taken by "the Commissioners." Meaning apparently the abbot of Hayles who had the relic cf "the Blood" in his custody. The bp. of Dover. See No. 170. The Hermitage at Redstone Ferry.

    Index, P, Q, R, 01 January 1714-30 July 1714

    also Roman Catholics. Redbourne , co. Lincoln, Princes Wood in, 251. Reddall , Ambrose, Receiver General of Land Tax, 272. Redstone , Thomas, 129. Reeve , Hammond. 106. Reeves , Richard, 369. Relfe , John, 472. Renard , Lewis (Louis),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the late Princess Sophia, now deposited in the com. pany's catacombs. PHmILANTHROPIC SoCIRTY Fame ScnoOL.-Prince Albert went on Monday to Redstone hill, near Reigate, to lay the foundation stone of the chapel of the Philanthropic Society Farm School of Industry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tuoesday, Xardcb 20. Basnkauupta.-J It Redstone, Cowes, Isle of Wight, fishmonger. [WAlesall, outlh square, Gray's inn-F 'IV Milburn, Weetbourne park villas, boarding house keeper. (Nickeoll, Bucklersbruy.-H Smarr, Gloucester, printer. [Bevan, Bristol-J B Johsison, Aberdeen mews, Highbury, Islington, livery stable keeper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Blum, one of the masters of the Bradford High School, who was found dead with his throat cut on the Redstone rocks, by the shore near Hoylake, on the Cheshire side of the Mersey. According to a narrative in the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Seniitlh Town Road , police station, when he informed Inspector Redstone of the discovery. The inspector, with Police-sergeant Moore, 15 Y, at once proceeded to the house. Inspector Redstone, on making an axamination, found that not only were the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    XOYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIE.TY. rf VOROES7ER JREB TI0. STAND 156. APPLEBECK AND LOWE'S Li Collection of IMPLEMENTS, &G., at the above Show COaIPILISEs IMlPROVED CHAFF CUTTERS, WXIOIRING gACflINGS, CURN AND MANURE DRILLS. HlOES, TURNIP CUTTERS, OIL 011CAK MILLS, CHEESE PRESSES. Subscribers-only content

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