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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Yarnton Nonconformity

    prominent Yarnton family, refused to conform, but her correction was left to her husband. 35 The Spencers married into Roman Catholic families, 36 and in 1646 Sir William Spencer (d. 1657) was allegedly recusant. 37 The only self-confessed Catholic was

    Magdalen Laver Introduction

    white plastered council houses. Almost opposite these houses one drive leads south-eastward to Spencers and another, newly made, leads northeastward to Magdalen Laver Hall . 19 Spencers , which probably derives its name from the family of John le Spenser,

    Begbroke Economic history

    parish and east of the Oxford-Woodstock road , where he built the house later known as Begbroke Hill . The Spencers ' land lay south of the village across the centre of the parish, adjoining their Yarnton land; their tenants

    Parishes Radbourn

    death. 30 Thomas and Elizabeth Wilbraham sold the moiety to William, Lord Spencer , in 1631 . 31 With the Spencers it remained for some sixty years. In 1691 Robert (Spencer), Earl of Sunderland , conveyed a quarter of the

    Yarnton Manor and other estates

    PROB 11/387 ( 1687 , f. 83); Stapleton , Three Oxon . Pars . facing p. 285; A. Adcock , Spencers at Yarnton (priv. print. 1981 ). O.R.O., Dash. XV /i/30-42, 45; Wood's Life , i (O.H.S. xix), 218. For

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 8 [St. Pauls.] Faringdon Ward within. [Monuments.]

    of the Barons and Nobility that opposed King Edward II . in his Misgovernment, by reason of Gaveston, and the Spencers . But afterwards he was overthrown by the King's Party, and Beheaded at Pomfret. But so beloved he was

    Book 2, Chapter 7 Broadstreet Ward. Augustine Friers.

    Chapel . [In the side Chapel lyeth ] the Wife of Sir David Cradocke, Knight. The Mother to the Lord Spencers , Wife of Sir Bartlemew Rodelgate. [In S. Johns Chapel , John Sonne to Sir John Wingfielde. The Lord

    Appendix 1, Chapter 16 List of Stage Coaches and Carriers.

    Sunderidge Carrier, Faulcon Southwark , thurs. sat. Seven Oak Carrier, Spur ditto, tues. fri. Storington Carrier, Queen's Head ditto, thurs. Spencers Carrier, George ditto, wednes. Stening Carrier, King's Head ditto, thurs. Stow in the Hold Carrier, Sarazen's Head Snow-hill ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SPENCER, William (c.1655-90), of Ashton Hall, nr. Lancaster, Lancs.

    he was less successful in changing sides again at the Revolution. He was retained as deputy lieutenant, but his name disappears from the assessment commission in 1691, and no other member of this branch of the Spencers sat in Parliament.[footnote]

    MONTGOMERY, Lewis (d.1568), of Ecton, Northants.

    a puritan lawyer and land speculator, whose connexions in Northamptonshire included the Lanes of Horton, the Yelvertons, Catesbys and Spencers. He was also known to the 2nd Earl of Bedford who had him returned for Dorchester to the 1563 Parliament.

    SPENCER, John (c.1549-1600), of Newnham, Warws. and Althorp, Northants.

    SPENCER, John (c.1549-1600), of Newnham, Warws. and Althorp, Northants. Constituency Dates Northampton 1572 Ofifces Held J.p. Beds. from c.1577, Northants. from c.1584; sheriff, Northants. 1578-9, 1590-1, commr. musters by 1593-7; steward of Higham Ferrers, Daventry, Long Buckby and Passenham

    SLOPER, William Charles, of Twyford, Hants.

    1st Earl Spencer; Bishop Shipley’s wife was a cousin of Lady Spencer, and the bishop a close friend of the Spencers. In the divisions of February-March 1782 Sloper voted with the Opposition; and on 18 Feb. 1783 with the Foxites

    SPENCER, William (aft.1663-1705), of Cople, Beds.

    The manor of Rowlands in the parish of Cople, three miles outside Bedford, had been in the hands of the Spencers since at least 1531, but although the family were substantial landowners and well connected socially, they had hitherto provided

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y.Duc Maibanough. .y rid oes genyf amser yn bresenol i san am y Nc a'ia f dealu, y Churchills a'r Spencers, ard cedwir hwy mewn cof i drei goleuni y larmp annyntcyn ha hr. ad Cefnogwyd y mesur gan .y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mewn llith o'r blaen ddyweyd ychydig U 'Do Itanes y- Churchills a'r' Spencers, a chan'fOd 11 ;n gweithrediadau. TS yr Argluryddi wedi rhoi cyfleus- g dra i ri yn ddiweddar i droi goleuni y lamp ar y 0 Duc Miarlborough Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei astudiaeth o'r rhan hono yn effeithiol, a dim rhagor. Oes y specialists ydyw hon, ac nid oes yr Herbert Spencers, sydd yn proffesu treiddio i ddirgelwch, a dwyn i eglurder bob pwnc, o ffurfiad y mollusc yn y dyfnder Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    services Cavendish James I Riches and general coatsequenre Spencer Anne Military talents :-hoit thasoAoa" in the Churchill farmil. T e Spencers got the title ithrruoh a mnarriage with their heirerq,, Manners (The rise of this famnily is lost in that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    year. He ;was the last of the class of booksellers who mingled with the Tyrwhitts, Cracherodes, Cyril Jacksous, Grevilles, and Spencers of the day.. MARKETS. bCORtjN EXCt Atc3, MOSDnAY.-We have a short supply of English wheat, and there is a Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    16 April 1772, 16 April 1772

    faid Bill, with the Amend¬ ments, be engroffed. Hodie a* vice lecla eft BUla, intituled, " An Act for E. Spencers difcharging divers Manors, Re&ories, Advowfons, EftateBll!- Meffuages, Lands, Tythes, Rents, and Heredita¬ ments, Part of the Eftate of the Subscribers-only content

    30 November 1803, 30 November 1803

    Appeal. Menzies et al. againft. Beresford et Ux. Stafford agahift Spencers. Goold againft: Langley et al: Ckalmer to enter into Recogni¬ sance on Menzies' Appeal. Journals of the Houfe of Lords! A. 1803. It is Ordered, That the faid David Subscribers-only content

    29 January 1819, 29 January 1819

    may enter into a Recognizance for the said Appel¬ lants, as desired. Upon reading the Petition of Francis Spencer of Spencers et i Weddington, in the County of Warivick, Gentleman, J^'J'™ William Spencer of Snarestone, in the County of juj,,^', Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1792, 13 February 1792

    Piper's Irons in- in Foresta et provost Closes ad Angulu Gauss vocat cludendo Piper's Irons et super Hayam de Bancrofts Spencer's Hurne Tottenhoe Brook ats includendo Villam et Campu de Geddington et exclu- Brooke excludendo Provost Closes et _ Spencers Subscribers-only content

    13 February 1792, 13 February 1792

    13° ^_>rw_rra. 203 Spencers Hurne pdict et sic sequendo Bundas de Tottenhoe Woods ad Angulu de Flaskett Leyes et deinde excludendo Flasket Leyes descendendo per Crucem vocat Crosse et de inde ascendendo per Bundas de Morehaie includendo Morehaye Hangings et Subscribers-only content

 

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