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  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 51 Edward III (1377)

    1 In Part I. of this Calendar (p. 413) a note was inserted to the will of a Benedict de Shorne to the effect that a fishmonger of that name was supposed to have given rise to the quaint title

    Cheape warde

    also an addition of Bennet shorne, (or Shrog, or Shorehog) for by all these names haue I read it, but the auncientest is Shorne, wherefore it seemeth to take that name of one Benedict Shorne , sometime a Citizen and

    Wills, 10 Richard II (1386-7)

    said Mary, he leaves all his lands and tenements, with meadows, & c., called "le Grene," in the parish of Shorne, co. Kent; remainder to William Hyde aforesaid. To John Frith his tenement in the parish of S. Andrew upon

    The Register, Extracts and memoranda, 1377-1415 (21-39)

    Ricardus Derham Episcopus Landau' 26 Willelmus Prestewyk' clericus Johannes South' capellanus Willelmus Asshe armiger de Comitatu Hertford' Johannes Smyth' de Shorne in Comitatu Kanc' husbandman Johannes Iwardby de Rec epta Scaccarij Johannes Bete de Estylbery in Comitatu Essex' Henricus Asshebourne

    Cecil Papers, 1575, 01 January 1575-31 December 1575

    Collegio Reginali, 15 Kalend. Octob. Latin . 1 p . ( 136. 9.) Shorne. 1575, Sept. Note of tithes carried into Monken Barne at Thonge, parish of Shorne, Kent, now in harvest. 7 pp . ( 145. 60.) Henry de

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes North Marston

    Wesleyans and the Primitive Methodists have each a chapel in the village. Near the latter, to the southeast, is the Shorne Spring , a chalybeate spring of very pure cold water which supplies the town well. It is said to

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of Higham or Littlechurch

    the king made a grant 16 to the college of the priory, and all its possessions in Higham , Lillechurch, Shorne , Elmley, Dartford , Yalding , Brenchley , Pympe, Lamberhurst , Cliffe , Hoo , Horndon on the Hill

    Colleges Cobham

    the remaining eighteen were to be chosen by various parishes, three each by Cobham and Hoo , two each by Shorne and Strood , and one each by Cooling , Cliffe , Chalk, Gravesend , Higham , St. Mary 's,

    Collegiate churches Windsor ( St George's chapel)

    of John Shorne from North Marston to a shrine in the new chapel of St. George . The church of North Marston , Buckinghamshire , had before this been appropriated to the chapter. Of this church John Shorne , who

    Great Stanmore Manor and other estates

    abbot had leased the property, and 10 marks thereafter. 56 John de Shorne and his wife Isabel held the estate in 1307 57 and in 1349 Walter de Shorne conveyed his interest in Broadcroft , Hall mead, and other lands

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 3 [St. Sythes.] Cheape Ward.

    an addition of Bennet Shorne , or Shrog, or Shorehog, (for by all these Names I have read it:) But the antientest is Shorne . Wherefore it seemeth to take that Name form one Benedict Shorne , sometime a Citizen

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.Anno. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.IoanneFranke.VVilliam Franke,the elder.VVilliamFranke,the yōger.AlyceTredwaydetectedIoanneColing-borne.For saying to one Ioāne Timber-lake, & to Alyce Tredway, tenneyeares agoe, that shee could neuerbeleue pilgrimage to be profitable,nor that

    K. Henry. 5. Henry Chichesley Archb. Persecution in England.

    as before, how he had preached without the bishops lycence, in diuers places, as at Cobham, at Cowling, and at Shorne, at length he confessing and submitting hymselfe, desired pardon. Rob. Chapell abiureth.Which although it was not at the fyrst

    K. Henry.5. Persecution in England.

    as before, how he had preached without the Bishops licence, in diuers places, as at Cobham, at Cowling, and at Shorne, at lēgth he confessing and submittyng himself, desired pardon. Rob. Chapell abiureth.Which although it was not at the first

    K. Henry. 5. Persecution in England. The abiuration of certaine godly persons.

    as before, how he had preached without the Bishops licence, in dyuers places, as at Cobham, at Cowling, and at Shorne, ac length he confessing and submitting himself, desired pardō.R. Chapell abiureth. Which although it was not at the first

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PAGE, Thomas (c.1530-58/59), of Shorne, Kent.

    (c.1530-58/59), of Shorne, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1558 Biography Thomas Page must have been a young man when his father died in 1551, his brothers and sisters all being under 20 at the time. He was to be head of

    PAGE, Edmund (by 1512-51), of Shorne, Kent.

    PAGE, Edmund (by 1512-51), of Shorne, Kent. Constituency Dates Rochester 1529 Ofifces Held Commr. relief, Rochester 1550. Biography Edmund Page lived at Shorne, between Gravesend and Rochester, where there had been Pages since at least the late 15th century. Nothing

    SAVAGE, Sir Arnold II (c.1382-1420), of Bobbing, Kent.

    a royal licence to entail his manor of ‘Tracies’ in Newington, near Sittingbourne, together with the reversion of that of Shorne, as a settlement on Arnold and his bride-to-be, Katherine Scales, who was distantly related to the Savages through her

    SAVAGE, Sir Arnold I (1358-1410), of Bobbing, Kent.

    land at Stockbury, Hartlip, Iwade and Milton. To them he was soon to add a tenancy in the manor of Shorne, under his kinsmen by marriage the Northwoods, along with a reversionary interest in the lordship of the same place.

    COBHAM, Sir Thomas (c.1343-1394), of Randall in Shorne and Allington castle, Kent.

    (c.1343-1394), of Randall in Shorne and Allington castle, Kent. Constituency Dates Kent 1376 Kent May 1382 Kent Nov. 1384 Kent Nov. 1390 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Kent 26 Nov. 1377-25 Nov. 1378. Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Kent Dec. 1377, Mar.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Nicholas Fluce, 20/1/1591

    ID: 20446 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fluce Forename Nicholas Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/1/1591 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Location Shorne// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/50 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment Rochester deanery

    Nicholas Flewce, 20/1/1590

    ID: 20472 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Flewce Forename Nicholas Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/1/1590 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Location Shorne// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/50 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment Rochester Deanery

    Nicholas Flewce, 22/1/1589

    ID: 20498 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Flewce Forename Nicholas Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 22/1/1589 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Location Shorne// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/50 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment Rochester Deanery

    George Hamon, 20/1/1593

    Detail CCEd Record ID: 20659 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Hamon Forename George Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/1/1593 Office/Status Vicar Location Shorne// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/50 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment Kent

    Nicholas Fluce, 20/1/1592

    ID: 20673 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Fluce Forename Nicholas Title dom. Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 20/1/1592 Office/Status Stipendiary Curate Location Shorne// OTHER INFORMATION Source PRO, E179/50 (Clerical Subsidy records) Ordinary / Jurisdiction (Other)/ 0- 0 Comment Rochester Deanery

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 June 1685, 30 June 1685

    f. 168;. Mefläge from H. C. with a Bill. Bangor Ca- ' thedral Bill. Meflage to H. C. with St. James's Church Bill j and that the Lords agree to the Bi'l ta encourage buildingShipi, Jac. II. Journals of Subscribers-only content

    15 April 1782, 15 April 1782

    and fpeedy Recovery of Small Debts within the City " of Rochefier, and the Parifhes of Strood, Frindfiury, " Cobham, Shorne, Higham, Cliffs, Cooling, High Hal- " flow, Chalk, Hoc, Burham, Wouldham, Hailing, " Cuxfione, Chatham and Gillingham, and the Subscribers-only content

    22 April 1782, 22 April 1782

    and fpeedy Recovery of Small Debts, " within the City of Rochefier, and the Parifhes of Strood, *f Erindfbury, Cobham, Shorne, Higham, Cliffe, Cooling, " High Haljlow, Chalk, Moo, Biirham, Wouldham, " Hailing, Cuxßone, Chatham, and Gillingham, and the " Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1782, 24 April 1782

    and fpeedy Recovery of Small Debts within " the City of Rocheßer, and the Parifhes of Strood, " Frindfbury, Cobham, Shorne, Higham, Cliffe, Cooling, " High Halflow, Chalk, Hoo, Burkam, Wouldham, Hal- " ling, Cuxflone, Chatham, and Gillingham, and the Subscribers-only content

    24 April 1782, 24 April 1782

    and fpeedy Recovery of Small Debts l"?^.1 Del>ts within the City of Rochefier, and the Parifhes of Strood, Frindfbury, Cobham, Shorne, Higham, Cliffe, Cooling, High Haj/iow, Chalk, Hoo, Burham, Wciild- ham, Hailing, Cuxfione, Chatham, and Gillinghatn, and the Ville of Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the ate 'G. Levien, Esg. of Great Ptescoststreet, Goodmaais-fields. On, Sanodi at Cepon-bhousse, Newington,- Jhns-u Soinas, Esq. of Quen-'s? Farns, Shorne, Kent-, - I On Sunday, in Keppel-atreet, Rutssell-square, Emmoa Maria Elisabeth St. Johri, -widow of Henry Beauchaump Lord St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him that he was born in an inn at Rochester, and that a poor I mssan in the parish of Shorne, in whose care the child had once been, com- plained that three pounds. were due to him for his Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    insurance. FIRE NEAR GRAVESENo.-On Wednesday afternoon a fire, originating in a foul chimney, broke out at a village called Lower Shorne, a few miles from the above town. It consisted of three homesteads, -and a row of houses, the whole Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SELF-DESTRUCTION.-A coroner's inquisition was held on Saturday nigist, the 25th instant, at the house known as the Beef-steak Hlouse, at Shorne, on the body of Mr Thomas Swatland. who was fouad hanging to a tree in a wood abutting on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    te dited by Samuel Lucas, MI.A. With Preface by Thomas Relis' A TYounvair e (ap. Svo, pp. xxiii, 478.) Moxon.-' Shorne lFrancisronvaille. (Feap. Svo, pp. xiv, 128.) Adams and d ss~rs Allan Crosby and John Bruce edit for the Cam- Subscribers-only content

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