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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Revesby

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Revesby 20. THE ABBEY OF REVESBY The abbey of Revesby was founded in 1142 by William de Romara, lord of Bolingbroke, and son of Lucy countess of Chester by a former husband. 1

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Thornholm

    Sixhills , 28 elected 1262 Laurence, 29 occurs 1274 Thomas de Hedon , 30 occurs 1292, died 1307 Walter of Revesby , 31 elected 1307, occurs to 1320 Richard of Gainsborough , 32 occurs 1346, died 1349 William of Seagrave

    House of Austin canons (Arrouasian reform) The abbey of Bourne

    No. 166. Cott . MS. Vesp. C xx, fol. 91 d . Contemporary with Gilbert of Sempringham and Walo of Revesby . Boyd and Massingberd, Abstracts of Final Concords , 106, 126. Ibid. i, 173; Linc. Epis. Reg. Rolls of

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    6 the rule of Bishop Alexander saw the rise of five Cistercian abbeys: Kirkstead and Louth Park in 1139 ; Revesby founded in 1142 by William de Romara, earl of Lincoln ; Vallis Dei, or Vaudey, in 1147 ; and

    Houses of Cistercian monks Rievaulx

    David I in 1136 ; and in 1142 yet a third body of monks left Rievaulx for the abbey of Revesby in Lincolnshire , founded by William de Roumare, Earl of Lincoln , and in 1146 or 1148 another draft

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendix I, August 1661, 01 August 1661-31 August 1661

    Heydon, kt. and Hildebrand Pruson; the piece or parcel of land containing 494 acres lying west of the foss called Revesby Drain; all the said premises lying in the marshes or commons called the East, West and North Fens in

    Index, Q, R, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    Spanish Commander, 305. Revel (Revell, Revalia), 387. letters dated at, 202, 204, 207. birth of Prince Charles' son at, 239. Revesby , Sir Thomas, 99. Revett , Timothy, letter signed by , 340. Rewe , John, Master of the John

    Index, Q R

    , Renzi, see Pranzi. Requests , Court of, Master of, 149, 169, 357, 373. -, see also Wilbraham, and Perkins. Revesby , Sir Thomas, 394. Rhine , the, Count Palatine of, see Palatinate. Rhony , Mr. de, see Rosny. Richardson

    Index, Q, R

    -, sig. of, 124 (2). Reskemer (Reskymer, Rescomer), John, 580 p. 233, 235). Retford-in-the-Clay , Notts, 841. Reux. See Roeulx. Revesby (Ryesbye), monks of, 828 i. (2), vii. Rewe , Mons. de. See Roeulx. Reyley or Relye, Robt., 234. Reynesham

    General Index, R, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    [? ] , George Revell , Thomas, certificate of Revenue , accounts of Revenues , casual, due to the King Revesby , co. Lincoln plan of lands near Rew , John Reynell , Carew Sir Richard, letter of Sir Thomas Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WINGFIELD, Henry.

    by Mary, da. of John Hardwick of Derbys.; bro. of Anthony II and Sir John. m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Revesby of Suff.The fact that the 1584 Orford MP is styled ‘esquire’ in the election return makes it marginally more

    STANHOPE, Hon. James Hamilton (1788-1825), of 72 South Audley Street, Mdx.

    person'.[footnote] He was heir to the Revesby Abbey estate in Lincolnshire of his kinsman Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), the eminent botanist, subject to the life interest of Lady Banks. On her death in 1828 Revesby passed to Stanhope's only child,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    loco Reg. Afebi de Stratta Florida. Afefei de Flaxele. Afebi de Tynterne. Afebi de Kingeswod. Afefei de Waverle. Afefei de Revesby. Afebi de Parco Lude. repimendam i vos affectuose requirim9 & rogam9 in fide & dileccoe quib3 nob tenemini firmi? Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Loco $•. Afcibi de Stratta Florida. Afcfei de Flaxele. Afcfei de Tin?ne. Afefai de Kingeswode. Atebi de Vaverle. A^i de Revesby. Afefci de Parco Lude. D'passag Edm ff is R & aliojj magnatu. Nictio de Seg've. Rofeto de Veer. Nicho Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    loco B-. Afebi de Strata florida. Afebi de Flaxele. Afebi de Tyn?ne. Afebi de Kingeswode. Afebi de Woverle. Afebi de Revesby. Afebi de Parco Lude. L Afebi de Dunkesweft. D'nlia- B diico consanguineo & fideli suo Edmundo comiti Cornub saltm. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    loco ty. Abbi de Stratta florida. Abbi de Flaxele. Abbi de Tyn?ne. Abbi de Kyngeswod. Abbi de Waverle. Abbi de Revesby. -Abbi de Parco Lude. B dilco consanguineo & fideli suo Edmundocomiti Cornub sattm. Quia sup remediis conta picula que Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Abbati de Binedon. Abbati de Quarrera. Abbati de Leteleye. Abbati de Dunkesweft. Abbati de Wynchecumbe. Abbati de Waverle. Abbati de Revesby. Abbati de Pco Lude. Abbati Be Marie Eboraci. Abbati de Rameseia. Abbati de Burgo Sci Petri. Abbati Sci Augustini Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with the heavy cargo unshipped from the Atlantic, and an American mail. An extraordinary scene took place last Sanday at Revesby, in Lin- colnshire, when the Rev. A Veitch, the curate, who had been super- seded by the lay improprietor, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mareham-le-Fen Near Revesby, in Lincolnshire, and is about fifty years of age. He is ssid to have accumulated some little property, but to have been addicted to intemperate habits. He married some years ago one Hannah Jenkinson, of Revesby, whose Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    evening an inquiry was concluded at Revesby, Pa few miles from Horncastle, Lincolnshire, into the cir- ournatances attending the death of an elderly woman named Jomima Garner. The deceased died many months since, aid sinister rumours having been prevalent as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    assisted by the arrival of hundreds of ,Jeauits and Friars from France. The death is announced of Thomas Smith, or Revesby, a Waterloo veteran, I-e served also through the Peninsular iWar. At the time of his death he was ninety-one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edward Stanhope, M.P., bas returned 20 per cent. of the rent for the past half-year to the tenants of big Revesby estate. Abdur Rahman Effendi, an Egyptian of wealth and position, is now at New York in the character of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Museum Image Collection Database *

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    Revesby Abbey, 1803

    Revesby Abbey A large house seen across parkland with large trees and deer grazing, a man on horseback and another driving a carriage, approaching from the left; illustration to 'A Selection of Views in the County of Lincoln'. 1803Etching

    Revesby Abbey, 1803

    Revesby Abbey A large house seen across parkland with large trees and deer grazing, a man on horseback and another driving a carriage, approaching from the left; illustration to 'A Selection of Views in the County of Lincoln'. 1803Etching

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