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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ADYES (ADDIS), William (by 1520-58/59), of Worcester.

    law, and sent his elder son to Gray’s Inn. His mother had as part of her jointure some lands at Shelwick, Herefordshire, but Adyes was to make his home at Worcester, where in 1545, as a resident of St. Martin’s

    NASH (ASH), James (d.1400), of Hereford.

    held in the city and shire of Hereford.[footnote] In 1402 Philip Holgot conveyed to other trustees the property in Hereford, Shelwick, Upper Breinton, Lower Breinton, Lower Bullingham, Hampton Bishop, Marden and Sutton, in which he had been enfeoffed (in association

    WARNECOMBE (WARMECOMBE), Richard (by 1494-1547), of Ivington, Lugwardine and Hereford.

    will) were commissioned to make the survey. Warnecombe doubtless prospered in this service, receiving several leases of episcopal lands at Shelwick, Warham and elsewhere, and it may have been his profits as ‘steward in fee’ that in 1540 enabled him

    NASH (ASH), Richard (d.1394/5), of Hereford.

    who after his death married John Cook of Horndon, Essex. Nash’s landed property in Hereford and the nearby villages of Shelwick, Upper and Lower Breinton, Hampton Bishop, Lower Bullingham, Marden and Sutton, was at the time of his death in

  • * British History Online * *

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    Netherhalford. See Halleford. Netherkingcombe , Nethirkentcombe [in Toller Porcorum parish, co. Dorset ] , manor, 403, 410, 414. Nethersheldwyk. See Shelwick. Nethersole , John, 328, 627. Netherstondon. See Stondon. Nethirkentcombe. See Netherkingcombe. Nettilton , Richard, 864. Nettlecombe , Nettylcombe [in Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, April 1673, 1-15, 01 April 1673-30 April 1673

    by a late Act of Parliament : viz. said Hosyer himself, Edmund Waring of Oldbury, co. Salop, Thomas Thomes of Shelwick, Salop, and Francis Smith of Burton. Salop, gent. Ibid , p. 317. Same to the Receipt to issue 169

    Index, T, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    401, 707. Thorney (? Isle of Wight), 368. Thornes , Francis, Commissioner for Recusants, co. Salop, 790. -, Thomas, of Shelwick, Salop, surety of G. Hosier, 108. Thornhaugh , Mr., lands, St. James's Park, 334. Thornhill , Henry, of Olantigh,

    Index, S, T, U, V, 01 August 1535-31 December 1535

    gouvernante of the princess Mary, 566 (p. 188), 594 (p. 198), 681, 873. Shelton , Sir John, g. 1063 (5). Shelwick (Shellwike, Shelwyk), near Hereford, 245, 334 Shelyngton or Shylyngton, friar John, 179. Shene (Sheen) Charterhouse, 50. Shepard , Thos.,

    Index, S

    Shelley [co. Essex ] , 805. Shelney. See Shenley. Shelton , Nicholas, mercer, of London, 863. -, Ralph, knight, 777. Shelwick , Oversheldwyk, Nethersheldwyk [in Holmer parish, co. Hereford ] , 419. Shelwyk , Hugh, 419. Shemyng , Thomas, draper, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GIRL SHOT. - On Sunday, a most lamentable accident took place at a farmhouse occupied by Mr. Richard Panniers, at Shelwick, near Hereford. lb ap- pears that while Mr. and Mrs. Panniers were absent at church, a servant-man, named Hyde, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    INJUR! D. A serious nceidsht'bapppetind at blhe Shelwick juietn of the Shrowsbutry oard Herefordaorl WdVorce6eti and 33:rof6rd Bailways, yeDtel of rnOO I Slwick 'Jiuiction is abotI two miles from Herefordi an d throtugh it all trains running from Hereford to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Satur. day, 6, Riddlington. CovrSTRn's, EARL OF (at lL.30)-riday, March 6. Drake'a Broughton. . Hsurroonsurrms, NosRTuo (at 10.45),-Tliursday, March 4, Shelwick, HIiYTIIOO (at 12).-This day, March S, Tar Wood; Friday, 6, Aloreton-in-Marshl: Saturday, 6, Kidlington Gate. LEDBUnY (at 11).-This day, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at the recent Devonshire show. The dairy cattle are not numerous, and present a rather "beefy" appearance. Mr. E. Lane, Shelwick, Herefordshire, takes the first prize in the cow class with a grand old milker, and in the class for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    inquest was resumed on the body of the man who committed suicide by cutting his throat in a field at Shelwick on Tuesday in last week-It now appeared that the deceased was a farmer named Thomas Thomras, of Elaenuffynant, near Subscribers-only content

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