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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ditton Priors DITTON PRIORS IN THE LATE 19TH CENTURY Ditton Priors : The Church of St. John the Baptist

    Montgomery . 44 Philip of Ruthall , apparently as heir of his brother John of Ruthall (d. by 1203 ), was Ralph of Sandford 's tenant in Ruthall by 1221 . 45 John of Ruthall (fl. 1227) or others of

    The University of Cambridge Chancellors

    Rotherham (recurs). 1500 Richard Fox, Bishop of Durham and later Bishop of Winchester . 1502 George Fitzhugh (recurs). 1503 Thomas Ruthall (or Rowthall), later Bishop of Durham . 1504-35 John Fisher, Bishop of Rochester . 1535-40 Thomas Cromwell , later

    Parishes Moulsoe

    shield has the arms: a cross engrailed between four martlets and a qu arterly chief charged with two roses for Ruthall of Wolverton , impaling a fesse between three crescents. There are also indents of a marginal inscription, groups of

    The city of Durham The castle

    a piscina, seen by opening a door in the wall panelling. The oak stalls are of the time of Bishop Ruthall ( 1509-23 ) and were brought here together with the bench-ends from the dismantled upper chapel at Bishop Auckland

    Hayes Churches

    Other distinguished rectors in the late 15th and early 16th centuries included Thomas Jane, Bishop of Norwich 1499-1500 , Thomas Ruthall , Bishop of Durham 1509-23 , and Dr. John Young , Master of the Rolls. 90 Robert Wright ,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, R, 01 January 1513-31 December 1542

    emperor has not sent more than half the money he promised, 400. -, -, has not reported Bourbon's retreat, 402. Ruthall , Thomas, bishop of Durham, draft by, 98. -, -, present at meeting of the council, 177. -, -,

    Accounts, June 1525 - March 1530

    the odd three-quarters of a year on p. 11. This fits in with the assumption in n. 1, p. 1. Ruthall, Bp. of Durham, 1509 1523, succeeded by Wolsey. Alb, a long straight vestment, of white linen or silk, with

    Index, D, 01 January 1513-31 December 1542

    be allowed to enter Spain on mission to pope, 85. -, -, Francis I leaves government to, in conjunction with Louise of Savoy and Bonnivet, 149. Durham , bishop of. See Ruthall, Thomas. -, bishopric of, Wolsey's bulls for, 214.

    Index, R, 01 January 1509-31 December 1525

    , Bernard de, ii. 275. Russia , affairs of, ii. 591. Ruthal , Thomas, secretary of Henry VII., i. 357. Ruthall , Thomas, Bishop of Durham, see Durham. Ruys , John, i. 51. Rydon , Robert, royal commissioner, i. 33.

    Index, Q, R, 01 May 1509-31 December 1519

    Se . Maiolo, Cyprian de. Row, jewellers of the, 500. Rozoni , Rozone de', nobleman of Mantua, letter to, 741. Ruthall , Thomas, Bishop of Durham, Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal of England, 67, 132, 609, 636, 653, 673,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RUTHALL, Thomas (by 1506-54 or later), of Moulsoe, Bucks.

    Thomas Ruthall disposed of all his interest in Moulsoe and Stony Stratford to the father of John Marshe. Thomas Ruthall is said to have been his uncle’s heir as well, but this lacks confirmation. During his father’s lifetime Ruthall was

    BULMER, Sir William (by 1465-1531), of Wilton, Yorks.

    of Surrey’s Scottish campaign of 1497. Sixteen years later Thomas Ruthall, bishop of Durham, singled him out for praise after Flodden, and thereafter he was increasingly employed both by Ruthall and his successor Wolsey, and by the crown, as a

    TURPIN, George (1529-83), of Knaptoft, Leics. and London.

    in the county. George Turpin’s father also held lands elsewhere in the midlands, and his mother, a niece of Thomas Ruthall, bishop of Durham, had brought a substantial dowry with her.[footnote]Turpin’s early life is obscure, but on the pardon roll

    BURLEY, John I (d.1415/16), of Broncroft in Corvedale, Salop.

    part situated in the valleys of rivers and streams flowing south to Ludlow. Burley’s holdings included land at Ashfield by Ruthall, the manors of Strefford, Brockton and Munslow and, most important, property at Broncroft, on the river Corve, where either

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Witringto; 779 votiers).J. Bowen Jones (elected). BRIDGNORTH UNION(WITH SEISDON NION).E CsrsLMBu Drvision (including Acton Rnd, Ash- t field and Ruthall, Astley A42bott, Astion Eyre, Billings- ley, Burwarton, Chelmaish, Chetton, Cleobury North, DeMuhill, ECrdingmingtGlaseley, Middlebon Sriven, l Mforidle, Neenton, Oldbury, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the Court, was a statement duly made by two Justices of the Peace, that the townships of Ashfield and Ruthall, now forming part of the lower division of Munslow, ought to be annexed to the Chelmsford Division of thq Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Shelley, Sutton Mill; Mr. Perry, alaverley; Miss Mytton, Oleobrw North; Mr. Wall, Stanton Long; Mr. Felton, Stanteon Long; Mr. Rainsfcrth, Ruthall ; Ur. Good, Neenton; Mr. Waoright, The Park; Mr. Enabrey, Monkhall ; Rev. J. B. Chichester. Neonton; Ur. Morris, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    George Edwards; Stnnton Long, Mr. M ichael Wall and Mr. Thomas Wrdloiw; Sidburry, Mr. Joseph Massie and Mr. Snmuel Pritchard; Ruthall and Ashfield (no returns); Tesley, Mr. John Price-end Mr. Joseph Giles - Upton Cressatt, Mr. Henry Bright; Wordield, Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *I'RESTORATION AT WESTBBJIESTER ABBEY. The Athecnernu says:--" We have often had to complain of the destruction done to ancient monuments by the process called restoration, But a worse, because more insidious, mischief may fall on an old building than Subscribers-only content

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