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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Bruerne STOKE BRUERNE Stoke Bruerne Village Shutlanger Village

    acreage in Shutlanger and half in Stoke . 48 In addition, until both hamlets were inclosed in 1844 , Stoke and Shutlanger intercommoned a large area of meadow alongside the Tove. Although geographically all of this lay within Shutlanger township,

    List of maps

    village 291 27. Yardley Gobion village 293 28. Parish of Roade 347 29. Roade village 349 30. Parish of Stoke Bruerne 375 31. Stoke Bruerne village 377 32. Shutlanger village 379 33. Parish of Wicken 415 34. Wicken village 417

    Houses of Austin canons The hermitage of Grafton Regis

    and St. Michael of Grafton and the brethren serving God there 221/4 d . of yearly rent from lands in Shutlanger . 2 Engelram Cumyn temp . Henry III . granted to the abbey of St. James , Northampton ,

    List of plates

    . ( Peter Moyse ) Deanshanger , Holy Trinity , by Benjamin Ferrey ( 1854 ). ( Peter Moyse ) Shutlanger , the school-church by Matthew Holding ( 1884-6 ). ( Peter Moyse ) 3. Deanshanger , Carpenter's Almshouses. (


    parish of Roade ) occur in Domesday Book, which conversely does not name either Yardley Gobion (in Potterspury ) or Shutlanger (in Stoke Bruerne ) which later became separate townships within their respective parishes, nor any of the smaller places

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PASSENHAM, Ralph, of Northampton.

    August 1439, since it was then that his stepson, Thomas, made a conveyance of some of the family estates in Shutlanger which refers to his mother’s marriage. Passenham is last mentioned in February 1442, again as a result of an

    PARLES, Ralph (1335/6-1420), of Watford and Byfield, Northants.

    wife, Elizabeth, possibly as part of their marriage settlement. We do not, however, know when he acquired the estates in Shutlanger, Helmdon, Wappenham and Yelvertoft (also Northamptonshire) which he eventually left to his young grandson, but most of them appear

    WYDEVILLE, Thomas (prob. by 1364-1435), of Grafton Regis, Northampton.

    and Astcote, as well as various holdings in and around Northampton, Horton, Quinton, Easton Weston, Thornby, Ashton, Dalscote, Eastcote and Shutlanger; and although some of these Northamptonshire properties may have been appurtenant to his land in Pattishall, others were probably

    ST. JOHN, Sir John (aft.1360-1424), of Paulerspury, Northants. and Fonmon, Glam.

    He died on 26 Dec. 1424, having but recently acquired an interest in certain estates in the Northamptonshire villages of Shutlanger and Stoke Bruern, and was succeeded by his son, Sir Oliver, who was then at least 26 years old.

  • * British History Online * *

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

    alias Aldrington, manor of Blisworth, manor of Stoke Bruern, rents of assize and lands and tenements in Stoke Bruern, Paulerspury, Shutlanger and Alderton, manor of Greens-Norton, manor of Potterspury, manor of More-End, manor of Aston [? Ashton ] lands and

    Index, S

    472. Shutlanger , Shitelanger, Shytlanger [in Easton Neston parish, co. Northampton ] , 104, 1102, 1147. Shyngilton , Richard, upholster, of London, 686. Shyppey. See Sheppey. Shyppynham. See Sydenham. Shypton. See Shipton. Shyrwode , Thomas, 297. Shytlanger. See Shutlanger. Sibertoft Subscribers-only content

    Index, S, 01 December 1672-31 December 1675

    of. See Talbot, A.M. Shrigley (co. Cheshire), 108. Shrotter , William, payment for medal s, 89. Shuringfield (co. Hereford), 758. Shutlanger (co. Northampton), 153. Sicily (Scilia), 613. Sick and Hurt Treasurer and Commissioner for [first Dutch war. see Cock, G.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ward, Speen, Princes Risborough; 3, Mrm. Payten, Monks' Risborough. Extra he, for exact copy of very old lace, Mrs. Kinglon, Shutlanger, NorthanIp. tonshire. Two special prizes given by Mr. Pochin- 1, Caroline Lacey; 2, Janet Staber. Division 3.-Black or white, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John S. Crighton. Bishopweannouth, draper W H. Crisp, Sedgeford, Norfolk, farm steward. Bobert Clough" Bramley, Yorkshire, omnibus driver. B. Carter, Shutlanger' Northamptonshire, labourer. David M. Clarke, Lincoln' baker. J. Dawson, Dawson-street, Fulham New Town, buil- der. William Dennies, Birmingham, fancy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Magna, Kavenatone, Uffington, Whitwell, Btariton, Lonjj (,'lawsi.n, Croxton Kcrrial, Aahton, Aynho, Beadden. Brampton Ash, Collingtree, Crick, Da'.lington, Dodford, Eve, Farthinghoe, Foxton, lilaplhorpe. East Haddon, Hargrave, Little Houghton, Passenham, Shutlanger, Stoke Bruerne, Stowe, Sutton, Thornby, Thorpe (Northampton- shire), Whitfield, Wilby, Winwick. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kerrial, Ashton, Aynho, Beadden. Brampton Ash, Collingtree, Crick, -Wellington, Dodford, Eye, Farthinghoe, Foxton, Glapthorpe, East Haidon, Hargrave, Little Houghton, Passenham, Shutlanger, Btoke Br .erne, Stowe, Sutton, Thornby, Thorpe (Northampton- ihire), Whitfield, Wilby, Winwick. -M-day, Oct. 22.- Laughton, Glaston, Ryhall, Owston, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20. - Laughton, Glaston, Ryhall, Owston, Tixover, Newton Harcourt, Aid winkle All Saints, Duston, Etton, Guilsborough, Kelmarsh, Kilsby, Kislingbury, Xewton-in-the-WiUows, Shutlanger, Spratton, Sutton, Whitfield. FAIRS TO BE HOLDEN. Oct. 14.- Fazeley. „ 15. - Dunchurch, Thrapstone. „ 16. - Brackley, Subscribers-only content

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