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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

    ROLSTON, James (by 1501-54/55), of Mayfield, Staffs.

    Little is known of James Rolston. He came from a cadet branch of the gentle family which had lived at Rolleston in Staffordshire ‘time out of mind’. His father had entailed his lands before making his will on 13 Aug.

    POUND, William (d.c.1418), of Kingston-upon-Hull, Yorks.

    who was taking on the lease of land in Wiltshire, and in Chancery two years later for members of the Rolleston family then being sued for breaking the peace.[footnote] He died shortly before July 1418, when his son and heir,

    NESBITT, John (?1745-1817), of Keston Park, nr. Bromley, Kent.

    was transferred to Aldermanbury as Nesbitt and Stewart by 1791, and in 1803 to more modest premises as Nesbitt and Rolleston at Tokenhouse Yard, Lothbury, where it was at his death and afterwards, in his name, until 1826. The crown

    BLOUNT, Sir Thomas (exec.1400), of Laverstock, Wilts.

    properties in the county, besides land in Hampshire and (as his wife’s jointure from her former husband) the manor of Rolleston in Leicestershire.[footnote]Blount remained close to other members of Richard II’s household. In April 1399, for example, he was party

    BUGGE, Edmund (d.1410/11), of Newhall in Thurlaston, Leics.

    all that pertained to the Crown by the forfeiture and contempt of William Rolleston of Beverley in marrying the heiress of a tenant-in-chief without royal licence (Rolleston subsequently entered into two recognizances in his favour for £40 and 40 marks,

    PIERREPONT, Sir Henry (d.1452), of Holme Pierrepont, Notts.

    as the royal surgeon, Thomas Morstede; and it was, perhaps, to meet his obligations that he sold his lands in Rolleston to a local rentier. Early in the following year another of his neighbours, Sir Hugh Willoughby, bought his estates

    WILMOT, Robert John (1784-1841), of Osmaston, Derbys. and Sudbrook Park, Petersham, Surr.

    Daniel O'Connell being allowed to take his seat without swearing the oath of supremacy. He presented favourable petitions from Tutbury, Rolleston and Marston-upon-Dove, 17 Mar., and Newcastle, 26 Mar. He presented a petition for emigration from the Paisley Friendly Society,

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