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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Abbess Roding Manors

    Richard held Rookwood in 1250 and was succeeded by Richard Fitz William , who was the tenant in 1268 . 20 William Welde became lord of the manor of Beauchamp Roding (q.v.) in 1360 . This suggests that Rookwood was

    Bisley Charities for the poor

    maintenance; most of the land had by then been sold. 65 Thomas Butler (d. 1688), son of John Butler of Rookwood 's Farm, gave a rent-charge of £1 10 s .; £1 was for bread for the poor and 10

    Bisley Manors and other estates

    in lands called Rookwood and 'Dene', in which Maud and her sister Mabel, Robert's wife, had apparently inherited moieties. The sisters had recently disputed the estate with Kingswood Abbey , 48 which held an estate called Rookwood in Bisley in

    Beauchamp Roding Church

    93 The Westons retained the advowson until 1613, when the younger Sir Richard sold it to Sir Gamaliel Capel of Rookwood , Abbess Roding (q.v.). 94 In 1624 Sir Gamaliel Capel the son sold it to John Mead and his

    Abbess Roding Introduction

    area was dominated by the mansion of Rookwood Hall , ¾ mile south-west of the village, the home for over 100 years of the Capel family. 10 With their departure about 1700 Rookwood ceased to be a gentleman's residence and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Q R

    505. Rochester , Bishop of. See Barlow. Dean and Chapter of, a lease by, 26. Rochmon. See Richmond. Rockwood. See Rookwood. Rodderforth , Nicholas, laird of Hundeley, 168. Rodenberg , Mr., agent from Hamburg, 446. Roding , High (Hie Rooding,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 25 August 1641, 25 August 1641-25 August 1641

    To desire a present Free Conference, by a Committee of both Houses, concerning a Letter sent from the Lord General. Rookwood released. Ordered, That Edmond Rookewood shall be forthwith released from his Imprisonment in The Fleet . E. of Lindsey

    General Index, R, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Peter Ronan , John Ronchi , Joseph Young Rondlet , Paul Roods , Robert Rooke , Sir George letters from Rookwood , Robert Roony , James Roope , Mr. Roosbruch Roostguard , Fred. Rory , Patrick Ros (Roscarn), land of Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q R

    318. Palavicino's property confiscated in, 430. Romney , Sir William, 337. Rooke , George, letter from, 33. Rookwood (Rookewood), Ambrose. See Sayer. Rookwood Hal l , letter dated at, 339. Roome. See Rome. Rooper. See Roper. Roos (Ross), Lord. See

    Cecil Papers, November 1605, 01 November 1605-30 November 1605

    the Earl of Salisbury. [ c November, 1605 ] . He is a mercer of London, and declares that Ambrose Rookwood, one of the conspirators of the late Gunpowder Plot, purchased black and crimson velvets worth 30:15 from petitioner a

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ROOKWOOD, William (c.1371-1422), of Acton, Suff.

    mother may have come from the Rookwood family, for many years earlier William’s father had been a trustee of Baynard’s parents’ estates, and Baynard could refer to our MP as cognatum meum. In 1398 Rookwood witnessed an enfeoffment made by

    ROOKWOOD, Brice (by 1523-70 or later), of Halvergate, Norf.

    ROOKWOOD, Brice (by 1523-70 or later), of Halvergate, Norf. Constituency Dates Lostwithiel Apr. 1554 Lostwithiel 1555 Ofifces Held Commr. gaol delivery, western counties 1544-55. Biography Brice Rookwood sat in Parliament twice during Mary’s reign for Lostwithiel, the administrative centre of

    ROOKWOOD, Nicholas (by 1511-57), of Lincoln's Inn, London and Euston, Suff.

    ROOKWOOD, Nicholas (by 1511-57), of Lincoln's Inn, London and Euston, Suff. Constituency Dates Thetford Apr. 1554 Thetford 1554 Thetford 1555 Ofifces Held Chief prothonotary c.p. by May 1533-d.; commr. gaol delivery, western circuit 1537-d., clerk of assize by 1552;

    HEYDON, Richard (by 1508-53), of Lincoln's Inn, London.

    feoffee a number of times for his kinsmen Sir Thomas Paston and Thomas Darcy, each time in conjunction with Nicholas Rookwood, his near-contemporary at Lincoln’s Inn, and seems to have been particularly close to Paston who made him overseer of

    BUTLER, Sir Andrew (d.1430), of Great Waldingfield, Suff.

    of his well-wishers were present at the shire court to attest his return: his brother-in-law William Phelip, his trustees John Rookwood and Gilbert Debenham*, and his future executor Robert Rous.[footnote]Among the feoffees of Butler’s estates, as named in conveyances made

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bar, Edwinsford; Is-gadfridog Syr James Hills Johnes, Dolaucothy, a Mr. John Jones, Blaeneos, Llanymddyfri. Sir Ferganwg.-Is-filwriad Edward Stock Hill, 1 Rookwood, Llandaff; Mr. Birt St. Albyn Jenner, Broadlands. Penybont-ar-Ogwy, a Mr, John Henry Rowlands, Friedvale, Castellnedd. Sir Benfro.-Is-filwriad Henry Leacb, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inst. at Southampton, James Lyon, Esq. of Abshott house, to Prances Harriett, eldest daughter of the late Major-General Thewles, of Rookwood, Ireland. On the 26th iist. at Greenwich, Mr T. Marcbant, of Deptford, to Frances, only daughter of the late Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    " Paul Clifford," but in {' Paul Clifford " the thieves and their dialect serve for illustration, while in " Rookwood," the thighwayman and his slang are presented as if in themselves they shad some claim to admiration. Who caresto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    s 2VXe Rurlingtoerstreet, May 17, 1834 MR BENTLEY'S NEW PUBLICATIONS. NEW HISTORICAL AND EIOGRA- PHICAL WORKS, In 2 vols. Svo. with two Portraits, LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF HENRY SALT, Esq. F.R.S.- HisBritannicMajesty'slate Consul Generalin Egypt. By JOHN JAMES HALLS, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Just published, in 3 vols. post Bvo. price 31s. 6d. boards, ENGLISH SCENES and ENGLISH CIVILIZATION; or, Sketches and Traits in the Nineteenth Century. " A clever and entertaining work, and deserving all its popularity."- Observer. "A de ightful Subscribers-only content


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