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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Wilbraham Manors

    31 (d. 1477) of Rycote ( Oxon .), 32 to whom William Beaumont released his rights. 33 Under a licence of 1473 Quatermains gave the manor to endow his chantry chapel of St. Michael at Rycote , 34 whose chaplain

    Little Wilbraham Church

    1526 Sir Richard objected when the chantry chaplain of Rycote , then lord of Rycotes, attempted to have himself instituted. 12 In 1545 Sir Richard 's son George, despite having sold Rycote manor, sold a turn, which was exercised in

    Parishes Yattendon and Speenham

    settlement the manor passed to his nephew. 73 Henry Norreys was knighted, and in 1572 was created Lord Norreys of Rycote . 74 He was holding this manor in 1576 75 and died in 1601 . 76 His eldest son

    City Arms , Plate, Seals, and Insignia City of Oxford

    of Sir Francis Knollys , the city's high steward, and to the supporter of the arms of Henry Norreys of Rycote , captain of the city musters; the motto was 'fortis est veritas'. A version of the arms appears on

    Parishes Cold Brayfield

    held in chief for half a knight's fee by the family of Rycote , 46 but the intermediate history is obscure. Fulk de Rycote , lord of Rycote ( Oxfordshire ), 47 was among those on the king's side in

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 1, 10 March 1576, 10 March 1576-10 March 1576

    Hides. Lord Norrys of Rycot. Quinta , For the Restitution in Blood of Henry Norrys , Knight, Lord Norrys of Rycote , que 1 a vice lecta est. Pheasants and Partridges. Sexta , For the Preservation of Pheasants and Partridges,

    General Index, P, Q, R, 05 January 1690-31 December 1695

    seizure of Rhine. the letter dated from See also Upper Rhine. Rhysbank , the Ricard , Captain William Ricaut (Rycaut, Rycote), Sir Paul Sir Peter Rice , Colonel Sir Stephen Rich , Sir Robert Richard , Colonel John Richards , Subscribers-only content

    Index, Q R

    29, 44, 48, 345. Ricott. See Rycote. Rider , , 101. Ridgby , , 393. Ridgeway , Sir Thomas, M.P., 326, 460. on purveyance, 68. Ridlesden , Sir Stephen, letter from, 249. Riecott. See Rycote. Ripley (Yorks.), Ripley Park, Catholics

    Accounts, December 1597 - December 1599

    the Register. Not in the Register. vide note 3, p. 494. Lord Norris died in 1601 and was buried at Rycote, which came to him through his wife, and from which he took his title. The site of Round Court

    A London Chronicle, Edward VI

    his parke called Thame parke, & kyllyd all y e dere: from thens they went vnto Rycote, & ther dysparked y e parke called Rycote parke, & kyllyd all his dere, entered into y e place, & dranke theyr fyll

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hon. so Montague,' Earl of Abingdon, and Baron Norreys of to Rycote, D.O.L., late of Wythain Abbey, Bervis; personalty le :C3b,000.-Of the Bight Hon. George Philip Stanhope. or Earl of Chesterfield, late of Rockwood, Castlederg, in the J, county of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and March 2nd, 1877, and Nov. 28th, 1879), of the Right Hon. Montagu, Earl of Abinadon, and haron Noareys of Rycote, D.C.L., late of Wytham Abbey, Barks, and of No. 18. Grosvenor-street, who died on Feb. 8th last, was proved Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1; Stanton, 2; FoxglI ve, 3 Four ran. The Prebendal Plase-Scnaughty, 1. Three ran. The Borough Mrumbera' 1late -Bsctwing, 1; Rycote, 2; Table Talk, .3. Four ran, The Masters'of Hcunds Steeplechase-Despair, I; Dachess of Gloster, 2; Camel. 3. Five ran. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Court; at eleven. Mr. Locke's-Tuesday, Haskings Pennon; Thursday, Bratton Castle; at eleven. Mr Drake's-Monday, Gallows Bridge; Tuesday, Stratton Audley; Thursday, Rycote Xennel; Saturday, 1arston St. Lawrence T Old Berkshire-Mondal, the Farringdon-road Station; Wed- nesday, Little Witten am; Friday, Longeutt Pembroireshire-MondayWithybush; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Otterden Meadiwe g Thursday, -Belmont; at.eleven.' - - - - - Mr Drake's-Monday, Gallows Bridge; Tuesday, Middleton Toll Bar; Thursday, Rycote Kennel; Saturday, Warkiworth Village; at half-pdit teu - - Mit A.l Smth'-Monday, Qearidy Mill; Tuesday, -Osre Hilt; Weddesdry, Whdrwell Subscribers-only content

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