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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Old Hurst

    of Slepe and was granted with Slepe (q.v.) to Ramsey Abbey by King Edgar in 974. With Woodhurst it probably became a separate manor in the 11th century but both of them continued tithings of the soke of Slepe .

    Parishes Woodhurst

    of Slepe . It is possibly the land of one of the three tenants Evrard, Ingelran and Pleines who in 1086 had 4 hides of the Abbot of Ramsey 's 20 hides in Slepe . 2 Pleines de Slepe ,

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Ives

    relics of St. Ive or Ivo, a Persian bishop, who was a great traveller, were discovered in the fields near Slepe about the year 1000 1 by a ploughman in the service of the abbot of Ramsey . The legend

    Alien houses The priory of Wareham

    of £122. In November, 1394 , the grant was renewed in favour of Thomas Wallwayn, Robert de Whytyngton, and William Slepe , but revoked the following year on the petition of the abbot's proctor. 15 0 An inquisition held at

    Parishes Old Malton

    excelsis Deo 1685,' is by the same maker; while the third is without any maker's mark and is inscribed ' Slepe not in sinne.' The plate consists of a communion cup, chalice and paten of silver, electro-plated flagon and paten

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAWRENCE, William II (by 1511-71/72), of St. Ives, Hunts.

    more than one way, leasing him the manor of Slepe at St. Ives in 1532 and bequeathing him a quantity of plate. On the dissolution of the abbey in 1539 Slepe passed to the crown, but Lawrence remained in residence

    LAWRENCE, Sir Edward (bef.1674-1749), of St. Ives, Hunts.

    privy chamber 1700–?20; gent. of privy chamber 1702–26. Biography Descended from a junior branch of the Lawrences of Slepe in St. Ives, Lawrence inherited the family estates on the failure of the senior line. He was a friend of Lord

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    on the Slepe-lands. "1 Huntingdon regiment of horse; Each armed and horsed himself; ex- cept Mr Ol. Cromwell's troop of Slepe dragoons, of some thirty to forty men, mostly poor men or very small freeholders; these the journal men- tioned Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sale -Shopkeepers, Schools, and large Consumers are re quested to addreso theer orders to 11, High Street. oppoolte'tha Market Ball Slepe, as one trial wrill encore satisfaction. tilea HAT&E-A. Traveller, with connection In Staffordehire andl T DJ~rio~ wuldbe liberally TREATED Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -Sbopskeeowra. Schools, and l arge Consumers arera-e quested to address their ordere to 11, Hdigl Street. opposito the Market Hall Slepe, as Oon trial will ensure esatisfaction. c1285 EA TRIDE.-ATraveller, wvith connection in Staffordahire and sIItl~'ould be liberally TOOrATIOD with, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ditto, by GEOReGE CLARn. The Gipeies Encamnpment, by J. E. MrAPO WO, The Fisher Girls, by KINNARnD. "WVhile the Baby Slepe" by J. CRAIG. St. tarkl. Venice, by PRaTcnETT, Stu(dVof Trees, by CEsewonC, ItA.& The Waterfall, by 0. T. BuItT. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cacsH and caces, at t-hrough rates of freight from theabove, eand other Towns in the Hardware Dietrict, by the MeSltem Slepe, leaving Southsapton. on thes SND OF EACH MONTH FoR l rli EACH 1o0TI Fon West Indie. ' Brail end Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    13 May 1818, 13 May 1818

    Trenchard Esquire, Petition Lord of the Manors of Lytchet Matravers, Coombe against lt s Aimer, Lytchet Minster cum Beer, and Slepe cum Cockmore, and Owner of more than Five-sixth Parts of the Lands in the Parishes of Lytchet Matravers and Subscribers-only content

    First report, 27 June 1798

    County of North- ampton ------- 1599. Vol. XV. Rentals and Surveys of Parcels of the Manors of St Ive's and Slepe, in the County of Huntingdon. Rental and Survey of the Manor of Codicote, in the County of Herts. 3 Subscribers-only content

    Reports From The Select Committee, Appointed To Inquire Into The State Of The Public Records of the Kingdom, & c., 4 July 1800

    Rectory of Ixworthe, in the County of Suffolk. Rentals and Surveys of Parcels of the Manors of St; Ive's and Slepe, in the County of Huntingdon. Rental and Survey of the Manor of Codicote, in the County of Herts. 3 Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1725, 4 February 1726

    7 Februarii. A. 1725. him to report, when the Ilousc will please to receive the same. Ordered, That the Report be received upon Monday Morning next. Mr. Farrer also acquainted the House, That he was directed by the Committee Subscribers-only content

    17 February 1725, 17 February 1726

    Shrewsbury Roads. Liverpool 17° Pebruarii- '1 Mr. Robert Lloyd reported from the Committee, to And the Witnesses further said, That, if Three times whom the Petition of the Gentlemen, and others, Inha- as much as the Inhabitants are obliged Subscribers-only content

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