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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Franciscan friars of Stafford

    Friaries The Franciscan friars of Stafford 20. THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS OF STAFFORD The Friars Minor were settled in Stafford by 1274 when the bishop granted 20 days' indulgence to all who visited the friars' church on certain days and said

    Hospitals Stafford , Forebridge , St Leonard

    Hospitals Stafford , Forebridge , St Leonard 30. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . LEONARD, FOREBRIDGE, STAFFORD The hospital of St. Leonard , Forebridge , was in existence by 1386 -7; it was then in the patronage of the Stafford family.

    Hospitals Radford , St Lazarus or the Holy Sepulchre

    Radford , about 11/4 mile south-east of Stafford . 1 The dedication is variously given as to St. Lazarus and to the Holy Sepulchre. It was probably founded by a member of the Stafford family, for by the end of

    Hospitals Stafford , Forebridge , St John the Baptist

    Hospitals Stafford , Forebridge , St John the Baptist 29. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN THE BAPTIST , FOREBRIDGE, STAFFORD The hospital of St. John the Baptist , Stafford , lay in Forebridge , a southern suburb of the

    Little Laver Roman catholicism

    in this hundred from which Roman Catholics were reported in 1676 . 63 No evidence has been found of organized Roman Catholicism in this parish at a later date. Wm. Salt . Libr. Stafford , Bp. Compton 's Census, 1676.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WARRILEWE, Henry, of Stafford.

    Stafford. Constituency Dates Stafford 1393 Biography Save for his one return to Parliament, nothing is known of this Member until November 1411, when he obtained the lease of a tenement, a garden and the site of two cottages in

    JOCKERY, Thomas.

    JOCKERY, Thomas. Constituency Dates Stafford Nov. 1380 Stafford Oct. 1382 Stafford Feb 1383 Stafford 1386 Stafford 1406 Stafford 1407 Biography Unidentified.

    NEWTON, John I, of Stafford.

    NEWTON, John I, of Stafford. Constituency Dates Stafford 1378 Stafford 1385 Stafford Feb 1388 Stafford Sept. 1388 Stafford Jan. 1390 Stafford 1391 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Stafford 1 Nov. 1385-6. Biography Although he represented Stafford in at least six Parliaments and

    SNELL, Nicholas, of Stafford.

    SNELL, Nicholas, of Stafford. Constituency Dates Stafford 1373 Stafford 1376 Stafford Jan. 1380 Stafford 1381 Stafford Feb 1388 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Stafford 1 Nov. 1389-90. Biography Although the Snell family enjoyed considerable influence in later medieval Stafford, very little is

    FENTON, Henry, of Stafford.

    FENTON, Henry, of Stafford. Constituency Dates Stafford Mar. 1416 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Stafford 1 Nov. 1422-3, 1426-7. Biography Save for his one return to Parliament and two terms as bailiff of Stafford, comparatively little is known of this obscure figure,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aua gilyddd. Dycbwelodd Tywysog Cymri u Marlborough House ddydd Sadwrn diweddaf. - Mae y sefyll allan a fygythid yn Swydd Stafford wedi ei roddi i lawr-yr hyn ileiaf, rhoed ar ddeall i'r dynion y caent godiad mewn un gwaith haiarn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... ... 0 2 6 Min roddion ... ... ... ... 0 7 i 7 Trwvy law Mr. R. Jones, Stafford house, Llanrwst. Mr. W. Jones, Bodunig ... . .. 0 2 6 Rt. T. Rogers, Trefriw ... 5' 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ir tlysau aur a meon gwerthfawr ! gi Y mae larll Shrewsbury wedi rhoddi at wasanaeth ci mier a chorfforaeth Stafford ddau cant a haner o 'a bunau i'w rhanu ymysg tlodion y dref hono. E- Y mae wyth o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    larIl STAFFORD el s llawer dydd i _ yn hnff iawn o'r gair ttoroegk-" trwyadl," fel f arwyddair ei whadweiniaetih. Fe gafodd y n deyrnas bon brofiad chwerw ysywaeth o'r .Y gwIadweiniaeth hwnw,-y peth trwyadl yn o YStyr STAFFORD o'r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ftbiab arn Mthnoud. Mae rTai o bapyrau Ceidwadol Liundain wrth eu gwaith y dyddiau hyn yn Ilunio adroddiadau am ddiffyg undeb yp y Weinyddiaeth. Meddwn yr awdurdod goreu dros ddyweyd nad oes iddynt y sail leiaf ond yn nychymyg Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monuments of the Church.

    at the said abbey, their childern were sent for to the grayfriers in Couentry, before one frier Stafford with others, which frier Stafford thē was wardē of þe said gray friers. Who straightly examining these babes of their beliefe, and

    K. Henry. 8. The Martyrdome of Bilney. M. Stafford of Cābridge. M. Simon Fishe.

    burned before his face. Which beyng done, maister Stafford went home, and immediatly sickened, and shortly after, most Christianly deceased. Ex fideli testimonio D. Ridlei, et Edmund. Episcoporum Lond.Concernyng which M. Stafford, this moreouer is to be noted how that

    K. Henry. 8. The martyrdome of Tho. Bilney. M. Stafford of Cambridge.

    his face. Which being done, maister Stafford went home, and immediatly sickened, & shortly after most christianly deceased. Ex fideli testimonio D. Ridlei, & Edmund. Episcoporum. Lond.M. Latimer asketh M. Stafford forgeuenes.Concerning which M. Stafford, this moreouer is to be

    K. Edward. 3. The kinges letter agaynst the Archb. of Canterbury. Actes and Mon. of the church.

    entending the safegarde of our subiectes by letters or otherwyse called before vs, we appoynted our trustie and welbeloued Ralfe Stafford our Harbynger, to offer vnto hym safeconduct: and moreouer to present vnto him our letters patentes vnder our seale,

    K. Henry. 8.

    War-a Glouer.their children were senteden.for to the Gray friers inLandsdaleCouentry, before þe War-an Hosier.den of the sayd friers, cal-led Frier Stafford: Whostraitly examining themof their beliefe, and whatheresie their fathers hadAt Couen-taught them, charged thētry.vppon payne of sufferingsuche deathe as

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Saturday 4th August 1838

    & Ly Mary Stopford , & the Duke & Dss of Sutherland , with Ly Elizabeth , Ly Caroline & Stafford came whilst I was sitting. Caroline played on the guitar & sang. At ½ p. 1, Ld Melbourne came

    Tuesday 25th June 1839

    of boys (between the 1st and 2nd act of the Ballet), with Lady Burlington; the Duchess of Sutherland has taken Stafford to school; Lord M. said it was doubtful whether it was good to teach children at all! - The

    Wednesday 21st March 1849

    me in the garden. - The Van de Weyers, Ld John Russell, Ld Jocelyn , the Dss of Sutherland & Stafford , dined. - Further Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Buckingham Palace Princess Beatrice's copies

    Thursday 30th January 1851

    Volume Page Nos 35-37 Featured Names Dss of Sutherland Gen: Radowitz Ld & Ly Dilton Ld & Ly Salisbury Ld & Ly Stafford Ld & Ly Sydney Ld Anglesey Ly Ad: Paget Mrs Norton Sir John Rawilly Featured Places Stafford

    Saturday 22nd June 1844

    Buccleuch Duke & Dss of Sutherland Ld & Ly Belgrave Ld Clifden Ld De Ld Exeter Ld Lorne Ld Morpeth Lord Blantyre Ly Blantyre Ly Dover Mr & Mrs Edward Howard Mr Lascelles Mr Stuart Featured Places StaffordStafford House

 

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