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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian nuns The priory of Legbourne

    right to the advowson of Raithby church to Robert son of William de Lekeburn in 1205 18 ), Hallington , Somercotes , Conisholme , and half that of Legbourne . 19 In 1291 the nuns had temporalities valued at £20

    Monken Hadley Church

    was destroyed in the Second World War. 39 The oldest brass, dated 1442, to Philip and Margaret Green and Margaret Somercotes , survives from the earlier building. Others include those to Walter Turner and his wife, 40 dated 1494, Walter

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons The abbey of Beauchief

    son of Walter de Urton, and Robert le Gardiner of Codnor , with others, brake his close at Riddings by Somercotes , co. Derby , felled his trees, wrecked his houses, and carried away his timber, trees, and goods. 19

    Index A - K

    ; Coates , Little; Dalby ; Gainsborough ; Grimsby ; Halton Holegate ; Haydor; Lincoln ; Lindsey ; Louth ; Somercotes ; Spalding Lindlow , John, 198 Lindsey (Lincs.), 57 linen dressers , see flax dressers linen manufacturers , 41,

    Index K-Z

    Agnes, m. 2 Sir Ric. Vere, Anne, m. 1 Thos. Charlton , Sir Ric. Vere, Cath., w. of Hen., Hen., Somercotes , Marg., Somerset : Col. Alf. Plantagenet, Eliz., m. Wm. Herbert, marquess of Powis , Hen., duke of Beaufort

  • * British History Online * *

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    Hadley

    of Ludgraves in this parish, probably derives its name from William Lyghtgrave; who, in the year 1423, conveyed to William Somercotes, Thomas Frowyke, and others, a messuage, 120 acres of land, 80 of meadow, and 80 of wood, in Hadley

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

    eius Johannes Wy ȝ tmor ' (Mor' iunior) et Johanna vxor eius Ricardus Crowe et Johanna vxor eius (Johannes) Willelmus Somercotes et Johanna vxor eius Ricardus Ferrour' Johannes Vyant et Agnes vxor eius Henricus Bedel brewer Johannes Bygge Adam Jerime

    Charles I - volume 428, September 1-20, 1639, 01 September 1639-20 September 1639

    the ancient form prescribed by the 15 th statute, superseded as being superstitious . [ p . ] Sept. 14. Somercotes. 71. Thomas Butler to his master Endymion Porter, at his house in the Strand, over against the New Exchange. Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    43. Sir Stephen, 155. Soapmakers , Company of, 159, 162. Solevan , Jaques, 11. Solicitor General , the. See Dodderidge. Somercotes , North, (Lincs.), 417. Somerfeild , John, 437. Somerfield , , lands of, 26. Somers , Sir Samuel, 155.

    General Index, F, G, 01 December 1637-31 August 1638

    , Anthony petition of Grace Edmund, petition of John, petition of order on [John ] of Were, Devon Mr., of Somercotes Fortifications proposed general charge for engineers of principal engineer for, see Paperill, John. Forts , see Castles. Fortune , Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BELASISE, of John, of Lincoln.

    his father had settled in trust for him upon one Thomas Somercotes. By marrying his daughter to the young John Belasise's cousin and conveying the estates to them, Somercotes had fraudulently disregarded the terms of the agreement, but it is

    HAWLEY, Sir Thomas (d.1419/20), of Grisby and Utterby, Lincs.

    the time of his father’s death, Thomas Hawley was already quite well known. During Sir William’s lifetime he lived at Somercotes in Lincolnshire; and in both 1373 and 1375 he served as a juror at sessions before the local j.p.s.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Duffryn, Newrport (M~on.); Mr B. St. John Askers, Painwiek; and Messrs T. and J. B. Freshney, - . So'.th Somercotes, Great Grimuby. .W , ,l-,::. , DEVONS...,. Ge CrAs 12-Oxen or Steers, exceeding 3 and not exceed- ing 4 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    c kind communication, enclosing a copy of the resolution passed so enthusiastically at a mess meeting of wvorking asmen at Somercotes. Atter a quarter of a century's :a- earnest effort in promoting measures of reform, I amn glad ut to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a vessel apparently of 400 tons, with a black funnel, and, he thinks, a red band. A telegram from INorth Somercotes yesterday reports that a mail steamer has gone ashore in Gramthorpe Haven. Lloyd's agent ; at Blyth telegraphs yesterday Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in~t., at Edgbostou Old Church. (by the Rev. Isaac Slponuer,) Mr. RoBERT STANLEY, eldest SJU of Mir. REbert Stauley, farmer, Somercotes, near Alfretol, Derbyshire, to Miss SAltAHs ANNS III5L5N, eldest daughter of Hbr. JAMES:o Bos.roN, of Lee Bank Road, Edgbaston. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Chisleihrst, Kenrt, by ndjudication of her tiritanole eMajesty's Supreme Cooct for Chinn nnd Japan. LIQUIDATIONS BY ARRAN MEMIINT. 0. Swe1lNSeOn, Somercotes, Alfreton, Derbyshire, coal miner aml grocer. Gi. WALLIoNGTsOc, Little lII, Clharlecoto, lVarweiukbire, farmaer. Vs. If. WILLIAMS, Ccdl Street, Birmingham, Subscribers-only content

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