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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Kirkstead

    the granges or manors of Daw-wood, Great Sturton , Snelland , Gayton , Dunholm, Benniworth , Ulceby , Scampton , Sheepwash , Branston , Aneheythe, Linwood , Thimbleby , Scrane, Langton , Langworth , Wildmore, Braken, Torrington, in Lincolnshire ,

    Parishes Shipston-on-Stour

    granted to the church of Wo rcester two 'manses' near the ford of the River Stour , called Scepeswasce (i.e. Sheepwash ), 10 and this grant was confirmed by King Edgar in his famous charter of 964. 11 At the

    Standish Economic history

    were clearly many sheep in the parish in 1550 , 7 and a place on the Arle brook is called Sheepwash . 8 In 1501 Robert Twissell's estate in Colethr op was mostly pasture, and in Standish itself mostly meadow.

    West Bromwich The growth of the town

    Hall in the Sheepwash area south of Great Bridge existed by the early 17th century and was the home of a John Turton in 1685 . 68 Two cottages occur as encroachments on the waste at Sheepwash in 1723 .


    north by the course of a stream which rises in the village but which has been straightened and named successively Sheepwash rhyne and Newlands rhyne. Meadow in Newland was named in 1247 . 9 The southern boundary follows the Polden

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURLESTONE (BORLESTON), William (d.1406), of Harberton, Devon.

    of Devon’s attorney, Thomas Raymond* of Holsworthy, when along with Robert Cary*, esquire, he was granted custody of lands at Sheepwash; and on another occasion he himself was given a brief in the King’s bench by the widow of the

    GREY, John I (d.1413), of Exeter, Devon.

    the Exchequer in 1380 and 1383 to provide securities for the lessees of the manors of East Luccombe (Somerset) and Sheepwash (Devon).[footnote] One of his closest associates was Robert Wilford†, many times mayor of Exeter in this period: in August

    RAYMOND, Thomas (d.1418), of Simpson in Holsworthy, Devon.

    years later, in association with Robert Cary*, he obtained a lease at the Exchequer of a close and heath at Sheepwash and one third of the manor of West Gortleigh.[footnote] In the last decade of the century he acted as

    CARY, Robert (d.c.1431), of Cockington, Devon.

    awarded, for life and rent-free, the Cary manor of Puddington, three parts of that of Northlew, rents in Oakhampton and Sheepwash (Devon) and lands in Launceston (Cornwall) worth in all £15 7s.8d. a year. Three months later he and his

    BERTRAM, John (d.1450), of Bothal, Northumb.

    William, Lord Hilton; and in 1437 Bishop Langley set up a commission to examine his title to the advowson of Sheepwash. He probably lost his case, for an enfeoffment made by him of land in the area two months later

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

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    Notary Public Participant: Robert Carr [Carr] Role: witness Details: male; 60; senior Employment: farmer Location: Giggleswick (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sheep Wash (Sheepwash) : undefined Giggleswick (Giggleswick) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Thomas Mason [Mason] Role: witness Details: male; 40; yeoman Location: Ilkley

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Index, 22 January 1828

    Farleigh; Teston and Nettlested; Eastling; Aylesbeare, &c.; and Chobham, 110. — Archdeaconry of Exeter, 116.— Abbotts Beckington, &c.; Shebbeare and Sheepwash; Buckland Filleigh; Wolfardisworthy ; West- putford; St. Stephen, Exeter; Stockland and Dalwood; Wymering and Widley; St. Paul, Exeter; Warkleigh Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1831, 13 April 1831

    Chapel : Inhabitants of Great Torrington : Baptists, Great Tor- Newton St. Pettrock: Sheepwash : les 1 Bradninch : I ev Cross St. Chapel, Barnstaple ; Madelev : el whose Names are thereunto shipping at Royal Hill Chapel, Greenwich, in Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    and Harleston; Swansea; Calstock; Lostwithiel; and Torpoint, 414. — Santon Chapel; Inhabitants of Great Torrington; Baptists, Great Torrington; Newton St. Pettrock; Sheepwash; Bradninch; Cross Street Chapel, Barnstaple; Madeley; Southwark Chapel, Bermondsey; Royal Hill Chapel, Greenwich; Liskeard; Lambeth Chapel; Barnstaple; Wandsworth; Subscribers-only content

    10 May 1833, 10 May 1833

    Belliesda Chapel, Leigh : Geecross: Castle Street Meeting, (ireat Tor- rington : Woolhamp- fon : Enboiirn : Woodhay: Sheepwash, Hampstead Korris: Baptists, Nevvburv : Chester le Street: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants of Delph, in the County Subscribers-only content

    Index, 18 December 1834

    Yealmpton; Chris- towe; Buckfastleigh; Morebath ; Modbury ; Littleham cum Exmouth; Farway ; Monk Okehampton ; East Ailing- ton; Gittisham; Sheepwash ; Aveton Giflbrd ; Cadeleigh; Loxbearand Calverleigh; Moiikleigh; Dowland; Park- ham; Bishop's Nympton; Westleigh; Bradworthy cum Pancras Wyke; Atheririgton Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wednesday week. He was only 17 years of age, and ap- peared to meet his fate without regret. The prisoner Sheepwash was respited on account of his evident weakness of intellect. He will be placed in a lunatic asylum.-Hannah Sandles, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    that~aluabte RBEHO) PROPERTY, knownas the. JL-PITER lgOswoRM,E, situate in sheepwnah Lane, Tipton, and :also in a side street leading from Sheepwash Lafe into'GreatBridge5 also lately carried on by Mr. Enoch Gittings and consisting of a Hlves Forge with 16imt Bar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him to be discharged. Is. e William Stater, tate of Holly Hall, Brierley Hill, Dudley, cut of bieiness, previously of Sheepwash, Great Bridge, Tiptos, beer- lhouse keeper and mallier.-Insolvent was supported by Mr. Rea and Mr. Wilson, and opposed by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pistrid !Ttks. WALSALL. t SHocxING AcOIDENT TO A CILeD.-On Friday evening, between E six and seven o'clock, an accident of too common occurrence to e children befell an interesting child, named George Griffin, four I years old, residing with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    EXCELLENT HOUSIEIOLD F'URNITURE, SIIEL'PTVASH LANE, GREAT BRIDGE, Slaffer'uilltre. ,j B. EE C'OURT' it instructed .ti SELL by AUCTI0Nupon tics recics, Sheepwash L , Great Bcldgc-Ihe wvhole of Its geewet tand exeetlact HOUSEHOL~iD FURNIlN3UB1E nod Ilffecte, at the late ResIdence of Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    John Vigneros, 18/4/1616

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 272824 Linked to person: Vigures, Johannes 1608-1622 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Vigneros Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 18/4/1616 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

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