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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Ulverscroft

    Evesham , elected 1304, 34 resigned 1315. 35 Roger of Glen , elected 1315, 36 died 1338. 37 Roger of Shepshed , elected 1338, 38 occurs to 1367. 39 Thomas of Lockington , died 1387. 40 John Ruydyngton, elected 1387,

    Colleges St Mary de Castro

    college with the churches of All Saints and St. Pete r at Leicester , the churches of the sokes of Shepshed (Leics.) and Halse ( Northants .), with various lands near Leicester , and with revenues worth £6 yearly from

    Houses of Augustinian canons Leicester abbey

    Stoney Stanton , 'Erdesby', 7 Enderby 8 with the chapel of Whetstone , Cosby , Shepshed wi th all the churches of the soke of Shepshed , Thurnby , and Illston, the church of West Ilsley ( Berks .), and

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Garendon

    carucates and 3 virgates of land at Garendon, a burgage tenement at Leicester , and other lands at Dishley , Shepshed , and Ringolthorp. 3 During the 12th century various benefactors granted to the abbey lands at Eastwell , 4

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Croxden

    the door of the hall' and was rebuilt in timber in 1370 . 69 The abbot's lodging built by Abbot Shepshed in 1335 -6 replaced the accommodation built by Abbot Houton probably at the southern end of the east range.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DUPORT, Henry (c.1546-1640), of Shepshed, Leics.

    (c.1546-1640), of Shepshed, Leics. Constituency Dates Derby 1597 Ofifces Held Recorder, Derby by 1603. Biography The Duport family came from Caen, Normandy, to settle in Leicestershire in the reign of Henry IV. Duport’s father, Thomas, also a lawyer, bought a

    DUPORT (DUPPA), Thomas (1513/14-92), of Shepshed and Queniborough, Leics.

    Thomas (1513/14-92), of Shepshed and Queniborough, Leics. Constituency Dates Truro Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Servant of Henry Grey, Marquess of Dorset and later Duke of Suffolk, by 1546-54; receiver, Duke of Suffolk’s western lands by 1553; servant of Henry Lord

    HOTOFT, Richard (d.c.1434), of Leics.

    then acquired property near the High Cross in Leicester (about two miles away) as well as land at Hathern and Shepshed in the north of the county. In 1375, at the time of the death of his father, then a

    BEAUMONT, Francis (c.1540-98), of Gracedieu, Leics.

    to be met from the tithes of Chaddesden, Derbyshire, and his daughter was to receive £200 from the tithes of Shepshed and Belton, Leicestershire. Previous provision had been made for his sons. To his servants and tenants he left annuities

    WALSH, Sir Thomas (bef.1346-1397/8), of Wanlip, Leics.

    WALSH, Sir Thomas (bef.1346-1397/8), of Wanlip, Leics. Constituency Dates Leicestershire 1371 Leicestershire 1379 Leicestershire Nov. 1380 Leicestershire 1381 Leicestershire May 1382 Leicestershire Feb 1383 Leicestershire Nov. 1384 Leicestershire 1386 Leicestershire Feb 1388 Leicestershire Jan. 1390 Leicestershire Nov. 1390 Leicestershire

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at King Street, trading as N. and F. Smith, Brewery Street, all I Netherton, Worcestershire, builders' contractors. JJOHN WALKEs, Longeliffe, Shepshed, Leicestershire, farmer. GEORGE WHARTON, Clarence Terrace, and Goodram- gate, late Neville Terrace and Reworth, all York, glass, china, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nail manufacturer. fSDWIN QUARNMI, Stroud \Til]as, Park End l-oad, Gloucester. piario tuner. JAMES B1ARIJIGN, Wordsworth Road, Enighton Fields, Leicester, late Shepshed, Leicestershire, shoemaker. WlLL1Aer BAss, late Meanwood Road. now Barrack Street, Leeds, tobacconist and furniture dealer. AnT1i7e. CoLr.rLI, Hinckley Read Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    home.-lcutcr. : AcciDEN;T Io Loon CisAWSHAcW.- Whilst hunting with the Quorn Hounds on Saturday afternoon, in the Forcst districtr near Shepshed, Lord Crawshaw sustained a sevoous iall through his horse stumbling over a ground vire. His lordship was pickLd up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    were cast for Shepshed Parish Church, Leicestershire. The inci- dent was made remarkable by the hoMd.=n of a short servire as the bell metal was let into the mould. The ceremsony *vtis conducted by the Vicar of Shepshed (the 11ev; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HIall. HuddersEeld, last right, and was accorded a vote of confiderce. Mr. Johnson-Fergusen addressed a meeting of his constituents at Shepshed, Leicestershire, last night. He maintained that the moderate use of excisable liquors -was not injurious, and that a licensed Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486-1487, 01 January 1486-31 December 1487

    which declaration is to be annexed to the said judgement. Witnesses: William Kyrkeby, prior of Kyrkeby, Richard Sewestur subprior, William Shepshed, Thomas Bukmynster, Robert Rokeby, William and John Kyrkeby, William Thorpe. Dated 16 June, 2 Henry VII. Part English . Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    Shepey, Scapeia, island [co. Kent ] , 222, 230, 536, 715, 797. -, 'Stonepit' manor in, 230. Sheppard. See Shepherd. Shepshed , William, 152; and see Sheepshead. Shepton Malet , Malett [co. Somerset ] , manor, 1182. Sherborne [in E. Subscribers-only content


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