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You searched for: Place: Shustoke, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Shustoke

    Parishes ShustokeSHUSTOKE Acreage: 2,094. Population: 1911, 342; 1921, 446; 1931, 391. The ecclesiastical parish of Shustoke includes the detached chapelry and hamlet of Bentley , the details of which are given separately. Shustoke proper is about 31/2 miles in

    Parishes Bentley

    the patronage of the lords of Shustoke 36 and by 1250 enjoyed an annuity of 4 marks from the heirs of Roger de Camvile, viz. 31/2 marks from the farm of a mill in Shustoke , and 1/2 mark from

    Parishes Nether Whitacre

    and 11/2 miles in depth, is separated on the south from Shustoke by the old course of the Bourne River , part of which is now covered by the Shustoke Reservoir. The western boundary is mainly formed by the River

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Maxstoke

    chapters as well as to the bishop. In each case a vicarage was reserved. 4 In 1343 the church of Shustoke was appropriated on the petition of the patron, William de Clinton, the founder of Maxstoke , to augment his

    Parishes Maxstoke MAXSTOKE CASTLE

    west from Coleshill by the River Blythe as far north as Blythe Bridge ; and on the north from Shustoke , on the east from Fillongley , and on the south from the Packingtons by small streams. The soil is

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, November 1646, 01 November 1646-30 November 1646

    of the remainder of the fine. 251 25 8 June. Paid and estate discharged 8 105 Wm. Dugdale, Chester Herald, Shustoke, Co. Warwick. PASS 192 27 P.E. 192 23 P.R. 3 304 R. 192 21 C. 81 360 24 Nov. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    late prior of, 1207. Shuldham . See Shouldham. Shulliard . See Sulyard. Shurborn . See Sherburn. Shurburne . See Sherborne. Shustoke (Shewstoke), Warw., 1191 (2). Shutt , Thos., 364 (p. 141). Sibton , Suff., abbey of, 1247. -, abbot of

    Index, C, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    , Oxon, ii. g. 200 (18). Chesthill (Chesthull) Grange , Salop, i. g. 1166 (20). Ch estoke , Warw. See Shustoke. Chesworth , Suss., i. g. 1383 (104). Chesylford , Suff. See Chillesford. Chesylherst , Kent. See Chislehurst. Chesyngdon ,

    Index, S, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    648 (51). Shuffenall , Salop. See Shiffnall. Shukburgh , Mr., i. 737. Shuldam or Shuldehame. See Shouldham. Shurley. See Shirley. Shustoke (Chestoke) , Warw., i. g. 1537 (7). Sibbald , John, i. 1363 4. Sibford , Oxon, ii. g. 648

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ADDEESSS E. THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL SUIPPLY ASSOCIATION la the BEST HOUSE in the MIDLAND COUNTIES for GOODS iW %ny of the following Departments, an- thi uitoea oharged, in all cases, are only a mere commission on those of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WANED"GLAS o ADFEITISEAFEN TS. For cerasesiee inser.ix~ts of tiw elassos of Small Adlveimicecent, ;'ItKIar ! eow hr,, fIlwilug alre the yrrepaid elrarges. wIihic newjt t.- rlilj~ ill pcatai ouLer, lii all cases the Adla-ass to cunted 3? Wcrr ,x, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    District Agent, ell Vyse Street. (-IIJARITY COMMIMISSILON-In the Matter of the I tiCLStITY of TILiUtUS llLU'NTIUCI1, in the parish of Shustoke. in the cou!ti of siWarwick; wid in the Mutter ol the - Chiritable Trusts Actst kta to 1337. The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A very deafrable 1tnnsfl FREEHOLD COENTOIY CO'f'VACIR RESIDE2iCE.lcnown as SHUSTORE COTTAGE," situate nros? to tIm Green, in lbs villoge of' Shustoke. useS about tan minutes' walk from Whitocre JiSfliItiOU Railway Slatiorm, with Lawn in front and well-planted Front and if'iti2ben Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P UBLIC AMUSEMENTS THEATRE RXt 1lMNHM MR II l: 1>- WIFLL:1WS i'i LUA ('LIS1PANY. F )iIt1I NCUE(1F'l'~~l T11EATRE, .tt. ~ ~ ~ ~~1I, MILL:ET. V l' 5' I stll' oF~l TITF .30 \liIA NGIG TS~," 7.30 N'''Vt\L'~ l'. *x Subscribers-only content

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