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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine nuns Sopwell Priory

    Houses of Benedictine nuns Sopwell Priory HOUSES OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 5. SOPWELL PRIORY The Benedictine nunnery of St. Mary of Sopwell , near St. Albans , is said by Matthew Paris to have owed its foundation to the building by

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    nunneries at Cheshunt , Rowney in Little Munden , Flamstead and Sopwell near St. Albans , all founded during the 12th century, though, if the convent placed at Sopwell was an offshoot of the abbey, as seems likely, it could

    Preface

    sixteenth century, and followed the descent of the Sopwell estate. 4 Hedges, a farm to the south of New Barnes , also belongs to Lord Verulam, and followed the descent of the Sopwell estate. 5 It is now the residence

    Houses of Benedictine nuns St Mary de Pre priory, St Albans

    was enough truth in the report to cause Helen's removal, 43 and apparently the selection of the next prioress from Sopwell . 44 Beyond the accounts of the prioress in 1515 45 and in 1526 -7 46 there is no

    Parishes Graveley

    in Graveley which belonged to Sopwell Nunnery, St. Albans . It is unfortunately impossible to ascertain from what donor the nunnery received them, and hence the overlordship is unknown. In 1528 the Prioress of Sopwell leased them to Agnes Gascoigne

  • * British History Online * *

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    Wills, 5 Edward IV (1465-6)

    orders of friars in London, the inmates of various hospitals, the Prior and Convent of the Charterhouse, the nuns of Sopwell and Kylbourne, & c. Among other bequests are the following: To the fabric of the church of S. Nicholas

    Wills, 18 Richard II (1394-5)

    in Neugate and the Marshalsea, and the King's Bench at Storteford, Colchestre, Bury, and Canterbury by turn; the nuns of Sopwell, 4 of Pray 5 near S. Alban, of Chesthunte, Stratford, Clerkenwell, Halywell, and Kilbourne; the monks of the Carthusian

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1503-1505, 01 January 1503-31 December 1504

    and land formerly of Alexander Elnache afterwards of John Fissher and lately of John Blythe and the watercourse running towards Sopwell on the south, and extending from the king's highway on the west to Pottereshedge, and all lands etc. in Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    1088. Somerville (John ?), Lord, 76 (2). Somme , the, 408 (1, 2). Sophy , the, 902 (5), 952 (13). Sopwell , 432. Sore , Captain, see Sorres. Sorres , Captain, 337 (11), 408 (4), 542. Souris , Captain, see

    Index, V, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    -, -, letters to, 1217 (2), 1571. -, Margaret, widow, g. 969 (51), 1662 (18) . -, Margaret, prioress of Sopwell, 438 (1 m. 23). -, Wm., spear of Calais, 2049, 2392 (p. 1063). Verona , in Italy, 83, 413,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CONINGSBY, Humphrey II (d.1601), of Sopwell, nr. St. Albans, Herts.

    II (d.1601), of Sopwell, nr. St. Albans, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 1584 St Albans 1586 St Albans 1589 St Albans 1593 St Albans 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. St. Albans by 1586, steward of St. Albans from c.1584-8; muster master

    LEE, Sir Richard (1501/2-75), of Sopwell, Herts.

    Richard (1501/2-75), of Sopwell, Herts. Constituency Dates Hertfordshire 1545 Ofifces Held ?Page of King’s cups by July 1528; surveyor, Calais 8 Aug. 1536-42; receiver-gen. ct. wards Mar. 1544-Jan. 1545; surveyor, King’s works by 1545-1 May 1547, Berwick 6 Jan. 1558-29

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the " Booke of St. Albans," published by Wynken de Worde, " in which the good and accomplished Prioress of Sopwell, near St. Albans, discourses on 'The Disporte of Fysshyngo.'" The first edition of the " Booke of St. Albans" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pEErI,1OU81" Elxo9lon3svti h ioiyl5rndrer iej iiaidottof n~soiiufacto.Is in-coming £-150-It. Clair, 4$5. Aim t Rte - W,, ________t2127___1-;- -i if' iA11~TS Sopwell fisted up. In rining lclt.whdul T f.'ront, idohitg X2,500.. Iin goilt vo'srl'io4 order inkeml 0iatIfactory' resonAo for lenvlnog. Lror Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Solicitor, Broatogrove. 1223_ t L HR N TES o Sale, the J& GODWLLFIXTRES FITINS, Rnd FOSSESSION The renisesconist f agoadcorer Sopwell fitted up, together withSlasbterhons an ceeythic neessry to carry on a large The situation is in an excellent thoroughfare. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gateway entrance, Ol 0'O ontititation iill.-Atpply, Gerg T.. Whittlel, ab Ayehitect and.Snrveyor. Bi. N1ewhall Street. iringhjam~.. cif fo. O~d fC~OXER6 Sopwell fitted ut, Also Bortehes and Is1 r~oter iops Hosesfour rooms. to 5aw-11, .hlmeeey CIORPORATION Street and Mat-tineen Street. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oill be payable on the amfounts paid up, quarterly, as from the Ist July, 1894. The Right lion. Visonnt Grimston. Sopwell, Ferts. Horace George Egerton Green, Kings rord, Colchester, High Sheriff for Essex, Louis Philippe Montefore, 11, Hyde Park Square, Subscribers-only content

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