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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stretton Local government

    govt. (manorial govt.); cf. above, Branston , local govt. S.R.O., D. (W.) 1734/3 /4/70, memo. re commoning between Stretton and Rolleston , 1574. Ibid. D. 4219/7 /1, warrant of 9 Sept. 1609 . Burton Libr., D. 106/2/1-8. Ibid. D. 25/1/1,


    full parochial rights before 1220. 87 Rolleston chapel had no burial rights and interments from Rolleston took place in the churchyard of the mother c hurch. In 1869 a joint cemetery for Billesdon and Rolleston was set up under the

    Romano-British remains Industries

    and Iffley . But it was not until Rolleston in 1879 excavated four kilns on the site of the Mynchery Farm, Sandford , that the importance of the industry was realized. Rolleston 5 published only a short account of his

    Medieval Beverley Town Finance

    which the keepers confirmed that willows and other trees growing in the boundary ditch of a close belonging to the Rolleston chantry were the property of the chantry priest and not of the town. 6 The yield from timber was

    Stretton Education

    with access from Rolleston Road in Horninglow . It was amalgamated with Horninglow secondary school in 1975 to become Wulfric comprehensive school, which in turn was amalgamated in 1985 with the Forest of Needwood high school in Rolleston to become

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    NEVILLE, Sir William (b.c.1338), of Rolleston, Notts. and Pickhill, Leics.

    William (b.c.1338), of Rolleston, Notts. and Pickhill, Leics. Constituency Dates Nottinghamshire 1378 Nottinghamshire 1394 Ofifces Held Commr. to suppress the insurgents of 1381, Notts. Mar., Dec. 1382; of array Oct. 1384, June 1386, Aug. 1388; inquiry, Notts., Derbys. May 1390

    MOSLEY, Sir Edward, 2nd Bt. (1638-65), of Hulme, Lancs. and Rolleston, Staffs.

    (1638-65), of Hulme, Lancs. and Rolleston, Staffs. Constituency Dates Mitchell 16 May 1661 14 Oct. 1665 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Lancs. Jan. 1660-d., j.p. Mar. 1660-d., commr. for militia, Mar. 1660, corporations 1662-3. Biography Mosley’s great-grandfather bought the manor

    SPARHAM (SPERHAM), John, of Derby.

    was probably related to two others of the same name, a father and son, who in 1354 were living at Rolleston, Staffordshire, some eight miles from Derby.[footnote] In the autumn of 1399 he was charged with other Derbyshire men for

    CHEYNE, Roger (1362-1414), of Drayton Beauchamp, Bucks.

    to the advowson. Meanwhile, in 1390 Roger had inherited from Sir Hugh Cheyne, one of his uncles, the manor of Rolleston in Leicestershire, which, although it was subject to the life interest of Sir Hugh's widow, he recovered from his

    MOSLEY, Sir Oswald, 2nd Bt. (1785-1871), of Rolleston Hall, Staffs.

    of Manchester and Rolleston, and obtained the renewal of the baronetcy in 1781. His father, who purchased Bolesworth near Chester, died when Mosley was four, as did his mother. Brought up by his pious grandfather at Rolleston, he succeeded him

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