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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Austin friars of Huntingdon

    friars of Huntingdon is in the year 1286, when King Edward I granted them eight oaks from Sapley forest for building purposes. 1 It is probable that they had then but lately settled in the town, and were erecting the

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Hinchinbrook

    history is not easy to trace. Two grants were made by Henry III of oak trees from the forest of Sapley 'to the poor nuns of St. Michael near Huntingdon ,' which probably refer to this house. 3 In the

    Friaries Lynn

    lane. 15 In 1277 Edward I gave the Carmelite Friars of Lynn six oaks for timber from the forest of Sapley , for the works of their church in that town. The order for these trees was dated 17 March

    Parishes Abbots Ripton

    in the extreme east and west of the parish. Early records show, however, that the parish, with Somersham Chace and Sapley Forest near by, was at one time very much more wooded. In 1341 the Bishop of Ely claimed the

    Parishes Overton

    ). Eccl, Com. Var. bdle. 95, no. 595001/8 Ibid. bdle. 96, no. 1595002/3. There re a Foxdo wn and a Sapley Farm in the arish at the present day. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), xvii, 28. Close, 1649, pt. xix, no.

  • * British History Online * *

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    , supply Zouch. " 561, Entry 5, for Earl St. Albans, read Visct. " 566, No. 18, for Saxley, read Sapley. " 566, and 567, dele Nos. 20 and 21. " 571, No. 16, for Berks, read Bucks. " 587, Subscribers-only content

    Index of Subjects, U, Z

    (Lord T. Wharton), 250; annuity for, 410. -, named: Dean; Fangrove, Knowlegrove and Stubridge coppices in Chertsey; New Forest; Salcey; Sapley; Sherwood; Whittlewood. Wool , preventing the exportation of, 333; Act for, 106, 412; employment of Dragoons for, 108; instructions

    Addenda, James 1 - Volume 35, May 1603, 01 May 1603-31 May 1603

    to Oliver Cromwell, gentleman of the Privy Chamber, of the keepership of the game in the forests of Weybridge and Sapley, and in Gaynes and Ramsey Parks, and elsewhere in cos. Huntingdon and Cambridge, as also within five miles of Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, August 1509, 01 August 1509-31 August 1509

    Hen. VIII., 1, f. 79. R.O. 152 . [477(2). ] SIR JOHN HUSSEY. Appointment as master forester of Waybrige and Sapley. ( See GRANTS IN AUGUST, No. 88.) Copy, p . 1. 29 Aug. T.R. Scotch Docts., 5 (11). R.O.

    Warrants etc, December 1697, 1-10, 01 December 1697-10 December 1697

    18 3 " several closes in Saltrybeames in forest of Sapley 0 10 0 " lands in Felkesworth 0 5 8 " lands in Saltry beames in forest of Sapley 0 14 0 " several closes called Stockins 2 10

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FOUR OAKS COURSIGAG rEETMGG, YESTERDAY. The opening coursing mneeting-of -th8 seagon at Four Oalct 3rPark was Inaugurated Yesterday under ratharlrunfavoulgble ecr. cumstances. The meeting Buffered froma being postponed for a 10 fortnight, and doubtless wan affected through its olushing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tallow ehandler named Ambrose Gacrslirer, was found dead a few days ago in a barn, inl the parish of Loswer Sapley, Worcestershtre. The deceased was atil old main niearly oighety years of age, arid of late had Suff'ered musch front Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Village, ait 10.45, Wot.CcSTESrUIrsE.-Tlhio daty, March 20, Martint G raee ; TIt'Iils day, 22, i lanbury Focest ; Saturaday, 24, Sapley Britig, tit 11:310. HICIot PeAuC Initimancss.-Tlsis day, Marcih 20, Grest Len'; Saturday, 24, Pike Halt, at 12. Tsim ClIANDLnstnee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L~IMERE pentd a petition freoe tile I -inleabitaicts Of UIctoss'en-Sevorn, Hijesley Castle, Chad- f' cissley Corbett, and Upper and Lower Sapley, ill ii thee county of Worcester, for the assimilation of thle county to the borough franchise, andl for a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _ __ _ _ _ . DGlIUtSlTON.-To Leb. 53, Goungh Rloaii.]artlcuhl~aC, Nld Ei~ sIell Road. cl~i ilDG~lT, N nea Sapley ensi-camoetVla.g oilb. I 112 oent £42.. esors' conenyiselce. Also, at, LFclgbasicia, ecialeirt 01115 Villa Peetdence, good fcrateci. flout £12. Subscribers-only content

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