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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelites of Winchester

    dedicated to the Blessed Virgin, there is little to chronicle. It seems to have been only a small establishment. Bishop Sandale ordained six from this convent, and Bishop Asserio three. At its suppression, the dwelling and the land on which

    Alien houses Priory of St Helen

    together with the majority of the beneficed priests of the Isle of Wight , got into serious trouble with Bishop Sandale , apparently for resisting his diocesan authority, and were excommunicated. In the case of Prior Aymo, the excommunication was

    Friaries House of the Franciscans, Winchester

    friarsminors of Winchester with four oak stumps for their fuel of the king's gift. 3 During the episcopate of Bishop Sandale ( 1316-23 ), three acolytes, three sub-deacons, one deacon and two priests were ordained from the Franciscan house at

    Friaries The Franciscans of Southampton

    feast of St. Francis, 16 July, 1287 . This chapel or church must have been of considerable size, for Bishop Sandale held a large ordination therein on 26 February, 1317 . 4 Interments within the church were much sought after

    Friaries Austin friars of Winchester

    a plot of land, 12 perches long by 6 perches wide, adjoining their dwelling place, for further enlargement. 3 Bishop Sandale ( 1316-20 ) ordained three friars from the Austin house at Winchester ; and his successor, Bishop Asserio (

  • * British History Online * *

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    Appendices, List of Deans from the Conquest

    Ralph de Baldock (or Baudake) 1294 1304 Reymund de la Goth 1306 1307 Arnaldus Frangerius de Cantilupo 1307 John de Sandale 1311 1316 Richard de Newport 1314 1317 Vitalis de Testa 1323 John de Everdon 1323 1336 7 Gilbert de

    Middlesex Sessions Rolls, 1635

    widow, all thirtynine late of St. James's Clerkenwell; William Ceasar yoman, Frances Langley widow, Frances Lovett spinster, Anne Sandale wife of John Sandale gentleman, Elizabeth Lady Gardner, Sir Richard Minshall knt., John Sidley gentleman, Robert Lewen gentleman, John Coxall yoman,

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1488-1489, 01 January 1489-31 December 1489

    manor of Thrope by Daventre, and of four messuages in Thrope and Welton which they had by enfeoffment of William Sandale and William Lowe, saving his lands in Norton and the advowson of Thrope church, rendering yearly therefor 8 l Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, July 1521, 16-30, 01 July 1521-31 July 1521

    offices of steward of the town and lordship of Wakefeld, constable of Sandale castle, and master of the hunt of Sandale park, the parks and woods of Sandale, and those of Wakefeld, on vacation by Sir Th. Lovell. Del .

    Henry VIII, December 1533, 26-31, 01 December 1533-31 December 1533

    the offices of steward of the town and lordship of Wakefeld, constable of Sandale castle, master of the hunt of the old and new parks of Sandale, and of the old and new parks of Wakefeld, and of all woods

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.G.19

    14/6/1505 People & Places Participant: Richard Wait [Waite; Wait] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Place(s): Sandal (Sandall, Sandale) : ecclesiastical parish Cannot identify which parish of Sandal is meant. Hatfield (YorkshireWestRiding) Hatfield (Hatfeld, Hatefeld) : ecclesiastical parish

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    sigillo quo ^ utitr in Scoc pmuniri fac ut supa. Ita &c. T'. ut sa. Et mandatu est Johi de Sandale caiSario Scocie in dcis octab apud Westm psonali? in?sit. T'. R-. ut supa. Ibid, in dor so, m. 10. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Johi de Mutford. Wiftmo de Colneye. Wiftmo le Vavassur. Edmo Deyncurt. Rog'o de Hegham. Wiftmo de Mortuo Mari. Johi de Sandale. Johi de Kirkeby. Johi Randolf. Rofeto de Retford. Hervico de Staunton. Nicho de Warf. Galffo de Hertelpol. Lamfeto de Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Mutford. Wiftmo de Colneye. Wiftmo le Vavassur. Edfno de Deyncurt. Rogo de Heghani. Wiftmo de Mortuo Mari. Johi de Sandale. Johi de Kirkeby. Robto de Retford. Hervico de Stanton. Johi Randolf. Nicho de Warr. Galfro de Hertelpol. H. Wynton. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    Et hoc nullaten9 omittatis. T. R. apd Westin x. die Marcii. Con§ ife dirigunf subsc'p? vid. Wifto Inge. Johi de Sandale. Johi le Breton. Thome de Cantebf. Johi de Donecastf. Johi de Batesford. Johi de Insula. Gilbto de Knovift. Roglo Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    rnand est subsc'ptis videit. Wilto de Bereford. Henf le Scrop. Gilbto de Roubif. Roglo de Hegham. Witto Inge. Johi de Sandale. Witio de Ormesby. Johi de BerewyK. Henf Spigrnel. Magro Johi de Cadomo. B dilco ctico suo Bonifacio de Saluciis Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ; quneto the cleverest ithatcrtihot-o LalioHtel, inHiscoliasIire. du o ollibiss 8,a invaluabeS qu rietgeni ore, and warranted a soHanes; or/ Sandale - -h high al yeas'oldionst onroert£60 o f sod pifer£e.t norlmn neoudnot P becst( otoeidher, in good b Privatd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    will do their serious work on tie S afternoon flood. Order of rowing :-Bow Sladen, 2 C. liarclay, I 3 Sandale, 4 Orford, 5 Falrbairn, 6 Muttlebury, 7 Cameron 13ar. eiay, ]3Hstowe stroke.-The Oxford menat Bourne End, yester- 5 day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    young Woman moving iuI a hunible tlhelO of life; and T'iosnas Cape, a CI'nbiherland yconsn, iTh1r1jiling Iais own estate at Sandale, Lear Cockermouthi, Miid also Ia Guardian of the Poor for Wigtons Union, the defendant. Mr. ITY, QC., conducted plaintift's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    p.ijS. VAUEEST an OREWE,. AUC(IIEATB GALLEtty. itAur)ORD. G 11605 d__ estGaee.Bradford. eale ujue ~ndoiner Effects, highly deserving th&' .I..131S~aneltnVEwill Sell byAcono -ip.frA Anh1 o7 n their spacious' GAllery. Ivecte, Bidreiford. tjibhsetFUdN TK~E and other A~LUABrro rein a adnn rw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a awdett, ratiftoed. Poil: mintif, tli . i. ltlddeRe CrosItilo ; ,a. Iilackiurol, SooFth Atiltoed. tel-nmile roafi, J. T. wy, Sandale 2, J. Til spail, Wait. theld 120 yarLs oifrala rem, J. IaLwooa, g retllnene; 2,1V. ltoendsil, Doacastr. R oug Subscribers-only content

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