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  • * British History Online * *

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    Queen Mary - Volume 4, August 1554, 01 August 1554-31 August 1554

    wait upon Her Majesty and the King. August 4. Hever. 19. Copy of the above. August 14. Stamford. 20. William Campynete, Alderman of Stamford, to Sir Wm. Cecill; complains of the conduct of Mr. Fenton in spoiling of the churches Subscribers-only content

    Queen Mary - Volume 4, November 1554, 01 November 1554-30 November 1554

    to receipt of arrears and rents for Stamford and Deeping. Nov. 25. Stamford. 30. Same to same. Particulars of receipts of rents, & c. Sends accompt of the Bailiff of Deeping. Nov. 28. Stamford. 31. Henry Lacy and Geo. Williams Subscribers-only content

    House of Lords Journal Volume 8, Errata

    VOLUME VIII. Page 4. b. 1. 31. Samford, read Stamford, 30. a. at bott. add, as a Note , * Deest. 114. £. 17. from bott. dele the 197. b. l. 9. from bott . Witlocke read Whitlocke 455. a.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 05 December 1548, 05 December 1548-05 December 1548

    may be Priests, and have Benefices. Bell-metal. 1. The Bill for carrying over of Bell-metal. Stamford. 1. The Bill for Union of Churches in Stamford. Trials. 1. The Bill for Trial in Criminal Causes. Iron Goods. L. 1. The Bill

    STANFORD, Alice

    Biography Name Alice STANFORD (STAMFORD) Gender Female Marital status Widowed 1609 (?Widow 1609 - son-in-law guarantees her?) Period of medical practice 1545-1610 Date of birth c.1525 Date of death c.1610 Address Golding Lane Middlesex 1605 Other notes Accused & warned

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Stamford

    Friaries Stamford 80. THE AUSTIN FRIARS OF STAMFORD According to Leland 1 one Fleminge, a very rich man of Stamford , founded the Austin Friary here. The first founder appears to have been Robert de Wodehouse, archdeacon of Richmond ,

    Hospitals Hospitals in Stamford

    Hospitals Hospitals in Stamford 36. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . GILES, STAMFORD On the south side of the bridge of Stamford stood a hospital dedicated to St. Giles . The first mention of it occurs in a confirmation charter of

    Corrigenda to Volumes I, Ill-VI, and VIII

    inf. from Mr. B. K. Mann ' ,, ,, 148, right-hand side of map, for ' Stanford ' read ' Stamford ' ,, ,, 155 a , line 33, for 'St reet' read 'Road' ,, ,, 155 a , line

    Houses of Benedictine nuns The priory of St Michael , Stamford

    OF ST . MICHAEL, STAMFORD On the south-east side of Stamford , at the Northamptonshire end of the bridge over the Welland , lies that part of the town which is called Stamford Baron or Stamford St. Martin's . In

    Hospitals Stamford

    Hospitals Stamford 98. THE HOSPITAL OF ST . JOHN BAPTIST AND ST. THOMAS THE MARTYR ON STAMFORD BRIDGE This hospital was certainly in existence from 1323 until the eve of the Reformation, 1 but its founder and its purpose are

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNEFF, Francis (b.c.1515), of Stamford, Lincs.

    THORNEFF, Francis (b.c.1515), of Stamford, Lincs. Constituency Dates Stamford 1555 Stamford 1558 Stamford 1563 Ofifces Held Yeoman of the chamber by Feb. 1555; alderman (i.e. mayor), Stamford 1557-8. Biography Thorneff held a minor court office under both Mary and Elizabeth,

    BERTIE, Charles (d.1730), of Uffington, nr. Stamford, Lincs.

    BERTIE, Charles (d.1730), of Uffington, nr. Stamford, Lincs. Constituency Dates Stamford 1711 1727 Biography Charles Bertie was returned as a Tory on his own interest for Stamford, which his father had represented since 1685. His only recorded vote was against

    CECIL, Hon. Brownlow (1701-54), of Burghley House, Stamford, Lincs.

    CECIL, Hon. Brownlow (1701-54), of Burghley House, Stamford, Lincs. Constituency Dates Stamford 9 Apr. 1722 Ofifces Held Recorder, Stamford 1722-54. Biography Returned as a Tory for Stamford in 1722, Cecil vacated his seat two weeks later on succeeding to the

    Stamford

    Stamford Borough Background Information Right of Election: in inhabitants paying scot and lot Estimated number qualified to vote: 770 in 1831 LORD THOMAS CECIL 8 Mar. 1820 HON. WILLIAM HENRY PERCY 8 Mar. 1820 LORD THOMAS CECIL 10 June

    Stamford

    Stamford Borough Background Information DAVID CECIL 1510 FRANCIS BROWNE 1510 DAVID CECIL 1512 WILLIAM HUSSEY I 1512 DAVID CECIL 1515 GEORGE KIRKHAM 1515 DAVID CECIL 1523 MAURICE JOHNSON 1523 JOHN HARDGRAVE 1529 MAURICE JOHNSON 1529 HENRY LACY 1536 MAURICE

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chreuwyd drwy ddarilen a gweddio gan y Parch. 1. X Lewis, Llandyfaelo:, yna calwyd y tonan canlyeno] d Winch ester, Stamford, Tal!vbont, Colorne, Ubrysostora. Ate 5, dechreeuwdtrwy weddigau Mr.Owens;gweitii- dog y lie, a chanw. d y tontau cadynol: Bohemia, St. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yaw., Penygraig, awceraill. I tonau ganwyd yn ystod y dydd. oeddynt :-Yr Hen Ganfed, 'Windsor,' 'Dolgeulau,' 'Yr hen hen hanes,' 'Stamford,' yr anthem, 'Duw sydd. noddfa,' 'Tyther- ton,' r.Tiberias,' 'ILuther,' 'Jersey,' yr ail Sam, 'Bamn- eth,' 'Rheidol, anthem, 'Par i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arweleydd, h8r. D. Jenkiza, Mas, Bno., Aberyatwyth. Yn y cyfarfod hfn, canwyd y tonh dinly of :-Brlporti Ballermo.' I Heegoed,' 'Stamford,' G iddfauntd I I eltonOl Derby,' a'r Heqeieeeleethol 'Wy we'Varn 01 din patthnsaen diwetdaF arwefnydd Icua rwyilt. ,Iweddwyd y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y key-note, as wedi dyfod alabn Yn aurhydeddus. MIewn etholfanau eraill elillodd y Rhyddfrydwyr un eisteddle yn. y lleoedd canlynol:-Evesham, Stamford, Andover, 'Granthim, Lincoli, Gloucester, Winchester, Truro, Bolton, Plymouth, Buckingham, 'Norwich, Oldham, Coventry, Wallingford, Kidder. Minster, Olitherde, Bedford, Cheltenham. Berwick Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1', Stabr'd 1 Derbyshire, Dwyrain ... 1 Staffordshire East 1 Derbyshire, Gogledd ... 1 Staffordshire North 1 Donegal :.. 1 Stamford - Dublin City . ' 1. Stalybridge 1 Dumfriesshire ,,, 1 Stirlingshire 1. Dandalk ... 1 St. Ives- : Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    and by Justices in the Counties between Chester and London , as Newark , Lincoln , Grantham , Cambridge , Stamford , Huntingdon , Peterborough , & c. so well it seems had he hitherto managed his Imposture. But more

    Book 5, Chapter 9 [Skinners.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    In the Year 1584 , a new Parliament sat in November, when one Robinson , a lewd Fellow born in Stamford , and a Skinner, had the Confidence to sit in the House all the Day, though no Member, and

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    who, dying some Years after these, lay in State in this Church for six Days; and afterwards was translated to Stamford in St. Martin's Church there. Lady Elizabeth Fane , Daughter to Robert , Baron Spencer , Wife of Sir

    Book 3, Chapter 4 [The Jewry.] Coleman street Ward. [Jews.]

    brent them therein, or slew them at their coming out. Also the Jews at Norwich , St. Edmondsbury, Lincoln , Stamford , and Lyn, were robbed and spoiled; and at York , to the number of 500. besides Women and

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

    King's Head ditto, thurs. Stow in the Hold Carrier, Sarazen's Head Snow-hill , thurs. Southam Carrier, Ram Smithfield , thurs. Stamford Carrier, Cross Keys Whitecross-street , mon. Stafford Carrier, Castle and Faulcon Aldersgate , mon. Sherinton Carrier, White Hart Aldersgate-street

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

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    Queene Mary. The story and life of Bishop Latimer, Preacher and Martyr.

    to entrap him in their snares. The story he sheweth forth hym selfe in a certeine Sermon preached at Stamford an. 1550. Octob. 9. his wordes be these. Ex verbis Latimeri.I was once (sayth he) in examination before fiue or

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    abyde the Byshops blessing, that is cruell sentence of death, which he at that tyme (as himselfe confessed preaching at Stamford) was lothe to susteine, for such matters as these were onles it were for articles necessary of hisbelefe, by

    K. Henry. 5. Defence of Lord Cobham agaynst Alanus Copus.

    Lord Cobham out of the tower, to this ende to haue hys landes and possessions forfait vnto the king. Iustice Stamford of the plees of the crowne. li. 2. cap. 33.And yet the same escape of the Lord Cobham in

    Q. Mary, The story & life of Byshop Latymer, Precher & Martyr,

    by K. Edward to liberty of preaching.dischargyng his talent, as well in diuers other places of this Realme, as in Stamford, and before the Duches of Suffolke (whose Sermons be extant and set forth in Print) as also at London

    Quene Mary. The story and life of B. Latimer, Preacher and Martyr.

    in the Lordes haruest most fruitfully, dischargyng his talent, as well in diuers other places of this Realme, as in Stamford, and before the Duches of Suffolke (whose Sermons be extant and set forth in PrintDiuers sermons of Master Latymer

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Thursday 14th November 1844

    , with Ly Exeter & Ly Portman, same of the guests following in Carriages or on horseback. We proceeded to Stamford , where there was a tremendous crowd, all in the best humour. There was very little space to get

    Monday 21st September 1835

    . Soon after this it began to rain and continued raining for the rest of the day. We passed through Stamford and the crowed there was very great. The inhabitants, in spite of the rain, escorted us through the town

    Monday 21st September 1835

    . Soon after this it began to rain and continued raining for the rest of the day. We passed through Stamford and the crowed there was very great. The inhabitants, in spite of the rain, escorted us through the town

    Friday 4th September 1835

    all breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Wansford . It is a very nice clean Inn. We passed through Stamford , a large and populous town, after having changed horses at Witham Common. We changed horses 2ndly at Grantham

    Friday 4th September 1835

    all breakfasted. At ½ past 9 we left Wansford . It is a very nice clean Inn. We passed through Stamford , a large and populous town, after having changed horses at Witham Common. We changed horses 2ndly at Grantham

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.I.2835

    Details: male Location: Bamburgh (Northumberland) Place(s): Swinhoe (Swinhoe) : undefined Participant: JohnHarvey [Harvey] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Embleton (Embleton) : undefined Participant: ThomasWeatherburn [Weatherburn] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Sedgefield (Durham) Place(s): Stamford(Stamford) : undefined

    CP.H.4656

    parish Location: Norton (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Norton (Norton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Catton With Stamford Bridge (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Stamford(Stamford, Stamforth) : undefined Location: Burlarey Spitt (Burlarey Spitt) : undefined Cannot identify

    CP.G.3264

    Field (Bitchfeild) : undefined Beech/Bitch is a Durham place name, but this place cannot be identified precisely. Stamfordham (Northumberland) Stamfordham (Stamford) : ecclesiastical parish Northumberland Participant: Thomas Bewick [Bewick] Role: witness Details: male; 25 Location: Bolam (Northumberland) Place(s): Bolam (Belsey)

    CP.E.80

    Canterbury (Cantuar') : diocese Location: Nottingham, St Mary (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Nottingham, St Mary (beatus maria Notyngham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Stamford All Saints (Lincolnshire) Place(s): Stamford (Stanford) : township Location: York (Ebor') : ecclesiastical province Location: Nottingham (Notyngham) : diocese

    CP.G.3608

    Location: Cambridge (Cambridge) : city Location: Rotherham (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Rotherham (Rotheram) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Yorkshire, West Riding Location: Stamford(Stamford) : undefined Cannot identify. Location: Cambridge : city Place(s): CambridgeEmmanuel College, Cambridge (Emmanuell Colledge) : undefined Location: Oxford :

 

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