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    Parishes Shillington with Lower Stondon and Little Holwell

    Frances Skegness , daughters of Grey Longueville. 29 Upon the death of the earl in 1800 , the property came in moieties to Grey Arnold , the great-grandson of Margaret, and to Bridget Frances Anne , granddaughter of Frances Skegness Victoria County History

    Maps of the Fenland

    and 'the Rivers and Outfalls,' since it shows a much larger area than that covered by No. 11, including both Skegness and Holme in the north, and is engraved in a style characteristic of a later period, seems to be Victoria County History

    Protestant Nonconformity

    a school-chapel registered in 1927 ;( 3 ) 300 sittings.( 13 ) It was designed by W. F. Wills of Skegness .( 7 ) Charles Street : had 'just been opened' in 1851 by the 'Reformed Baptist Evangelising Church'.( 5 Victoria County History

    WARD, Robert (d.1405), of York.

    crew; and nearly ten years later another consignment of his was salvaged after La Godesgrace split on the rocks off Skegness. Ward’s dealings in wool were matched by his investment in the burgeoning English cloth trade, which, if anything, was History of Parliament

    ASTELL, John, of Gray's Inn, London.

    implies a legal education. His identity in any case remains uncertain.A John Astell was granted the farm of lands in Skegness, Lincolnshire, in 1597, and in December 1600 Richard Fowler was licensed to alienate the manor of Tilsworth, Bedfordshire, to History of Parliament

    WILLOUGHBY, Sir Thomas (d.1418), of Boston and Frampton, Lincs.

    of 1398 he and his younger brother, John, to whom he was very close, acted as co-feoffees of land in Skegness. At about the same time he and his wife obtained two papal indults, one permitting them to make use History of Parliament

    MONSON, Sir William (c.1567-1643), of South Carlton, Lincs., Charterhouse, London and Kinnersley, Surr.

    was granted to his second son William. Besides Kinnersley, he possessed land in Kent and the manors of Croft and Skegness in Lincolnshire. The bulk of his property went to his eldest son John, a Catholic who died in 1645 History of Parliament

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