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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Cheverell

    . 1553-4 , 93-5. W.R.O. 442/2, surveys of manors, 1609, p. 27. Cf. the descent of Upavon manor which the Rutlands held as Sir Edw.'s executors, below, p. 163. Cecily held Little Cheverell until her death: W.R.O. 490/698, partics. of

    Walthamstow Manors

    Lord Ros (d. 1508). 50 Rutland (d. 1563) was succeeded by his son Edward, earl of Rutland . 51 The Rutlands ' title was apparently challenged in 1571 52 and in 1583 the Crown actually granted the manor to Theophilus

    Parishes Duxford

    and great tithes on a beneficial lease for £8 a year, 496 at first to local farmers such as the Rutlands , tenants from 1577 to 1610 . 497 By 1645 the lease had come to Dr. Richard Love ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHAWORTH, George (d.1615), of Gray's Inn, London and Harthill, Yorks.

    CHAWORTH, George (d.1615), of Gray's Inn, London and Harthill, Yorks. Constituency Dates East Retford 1589 Ofifces Held Ancient, G. Inn 1589, reader 1601; steward, Mansfield 1587; clerk, Sherwood forest 1587; j.p. Yorks. (West Riding) 1600; member of council in

    MARKHAM, Robert (1536-1606), of Cotham, Notts.

    Rutland was no doubt behind his election for the county in 1571. Although Markham was still a follower of the Rutlands in 1588, when he was an assistant at the 4th Earl’s funeral, during the long minority that followed he

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, 11 April 1642, 11 April 1642-11 April 1642

    which being ended, the House was resumed. Petition of the Countess Dowager of Rutland, in Answer to the E. of Rutlands. Then "The humble Petition of Frances Countess Dowager of Rutland , and her humble Answer to a Petition presented

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Countess of. See Maxwell, Lucy, Countess of Nithsdale. Noel , Edward, first Earl of Gainsborough, Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire and Rutlands., letter from, mentioned letters to [Governor of Portsmouth ] , letter to conveying water from springs in his manor Subscribers-only content

    General Index, S, 01 May 1684-28 February 1685

    Sheriff of. See Chetwynd, Walter. Lord Lieutenant of. See Talbot, Charles, Earl of Shrewsbury. Stamford , Lincolns., arms seized in Rutlands. to be sent to new charter on surrender of old, mentioned Corporation of, list of names of, mentioned Standingstones Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his pen all the graces of their respective arts, with the Veres, the Wroths, the Derbys, tile Bed- fords the Rutlands, the Clifibrds, all the gay and( gallant beauty princeliness and intellect of one of the noblest periods of intellec- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    greatest possible misconception prevails with respect to the owners of land. The holders of great -estates, the Bri- cleuchs, Northumberlands, Rutlands, Devonshires, &c. are but few in number. They, however, engross the attention of the careless observer, arid prevent Itis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I LONDON CORRESPONDENCE. [nor on U OWN CoaarRMONDT.J C -Now that the three principal participatorss in thie Fe- SI1 nian outrage at Mlanchester ht-e paid the Penalty of thn th~eir crimle On the scLffold, the feeling appears to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Enuglishi CotilitV CuiAti i lellc is AIi sd Ic-se~~ with 0:1,173 electors., aiid tih next bSoutli w-' Lancashire, with 27,181. Rutlands is, thi s' il IC,l cosunty loligtitlll'l ci, h av'ill ciily 1.-6 es h cii 111d .Stintl Wilts the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which, as Large Wholesale Warehousemen they EXCLU. SIVELY POSSESS. 1 JustReceived, SEVERAL HUNDRED DOZENS of NjEW% SPRINGr BONNETS, In Dunstables, Rutlands, 7uscans, &c. of t/e most Fashionable Shapes, and very C/seap. Belfast, 25th February, 1843. (122 I i EIMIGRATIOLN In Subscribers-only content

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