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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Fen Stanton FEN STANTON The PARISH CHURCH of S.S. PETER & PAVL

    Parishes Fen Stanton FEN STANTON Stantun, Stantone (xi cent.), Staunton , Stanton Gisbrit de Gant (xiii cent.), Fenstanton , Fennystanton (xiv cent.). Fen Stanton lies on the Cambridgeshire borders of the county on the south side of the river Ouse

    Parishes Hilton

    presentations to the chantry of Fen Stanton dates from this year ( 1392 ). 23 The advowson was retained by the lords of the manor of Fen Stanton , 24 although that of Fen Stanton itself had been alienated in

    Boxworth Nonconformity

    the 1650s the Fen Stanton Baptist church had four members at Boxworth , including Henry Smith and his wife who proved backsliders. 58 Dissenters were occasionally reported from the late 18th century, 59 including three or four families in 1807

    Conington Charities for the poor

    were allotted for the arable. There were also a 3-rood close west of the churchyard and 2 a. in Fen Stanton . The income, c . £20 in 1837 and 1863, was given in 1837 in fuel in proportion to

    Fen Drayton Local government

    and hundred, to attend the Fen Stanton court instead. 3 No evidence has been traced of manorial courts held in Fen Drayton itself in the later Middle Ages. About 1590 the men of Fen Stanton claimed that most Fen Drayton

  • * British History Online * *

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    Corrigenda

    4 from end: before St. Anton insert Stanton, and place St. Anton in brackets. " 58. Line 6: insert a comma after "Bishop," and for Annilles read O'Nnilles [O'Neills ] . " 221. No. 270. Qu . Feb. 16. " Subscribers-only content

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 14 May 1657, 14 May 1657-14 May 1657

    being no Restraint of his Person. Stanton being examined, saith, that his Attorney did nothing but by his Direction. And thereupon were commanded to withdraw. Resolved , That the said Thomas Denman and Wm. Stanton be committed to Newgate for

    Charles I - volume 535, April 1635, 01 April 1635-30 April 1635

    settle Stanton upon her and her children, which was a thing most unusual; that it was further alleged by defendant's counsel that Robert Harcourt had confessed that he received of one Ailworth a great sum of money for Stanton, whereunto Subscribers-only content

    Corrigenda et Addenda

    Barker, clothworker £ 14 Mr. Berry, drawer of cloth 10 Mr. Swinnerton, pewterer 10 p. 356. Name 11 from top for Stadnton read Stanton. p. 364. Name 2 from top for Louellyer read Loveije. p. 365 a . Name 3 from top for

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 3 May 1699, 03 May 1699-03 May 1699

    the aforesaid Letter of Attorney to Stanton ; but was in Force at the time of his signing the Petition: That in the Letter of Attorney to Stanton , the Seamen covenant to allow Stanton 4 s . in the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    L, n ', w arwooaeth fM'r. lOyASnSTAEO:V Cynwyd ; Ar eg cyfisol, .yn 79 mlwydd. oed, bu ffarw r. NThomas& Stanton,; :(nsyd.: B'u yr ysiladawedeg tye isijai-d Cafcid b1i'wng''hynwyd I -myid'od lawer1 B~e idosd ~ ~aesoi~ y nifye yr eghl'ys- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y. Ij neb a feiddiai gymeryd y fantell ii fyny er iddo ef ei d *t diosg. Yrr oedd Thomas Stanton yn flaenor yn tj ,s Cyawyd er's amryw flynyddoedd. Gwr anwyl iawn n oedd yntau. Nid oedd mor adnabyddus Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dundee Advertizer fod Mr. Bright wedi ,,,,au addaw ail araith ar yr Eglwys yn ystod ygauaf. Mae dyn o'r enw Stanton newydd -orphen taith o (,0 gyda bicycle mewn saith niwrnod. Ffurfir ymgyrch o ymwelwyr, i wneyd taith o anaylch Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    am danynt. Nes ymlaen 'yr ydym yn i myned heiblo i amaethdy o gryn faintioli a elwir " Stanton." Mae " Stanton ? yn enw tra chyffredin ar y terfynau, an y mae hynafiaethwyr wedi teimlo cryn an- hawoder I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Groeg ei heglwys hi trwy y byd yn e'rs 38,602, a'i haelodau yn 56,500,000. gor- Rhoddodd gpraig i lafurwr yn Stanton, yn Agos aint Ipswich, enedigaeth i dair o enethod y dydd olr blaen sch. a galwodd hwy Faith, Hope, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    7 November 1691, 7 November 1691

    Thomas Cragg, Elizabeth Hunter Widow, and divers other Cuftomarf Tenants within the feveral Ma¬ nors or Lordihips of Millom, Kirke Stanton, * Satterton, Bootle, Corney, Witcham, Whitbeck, and XJlpha, in the County of Cumberland, as well on their own Behalfs Subscribers-only content

    2 December 1691, 2 December 1691

    Comes Rochefler. Comes Monmouth* Comes Montagu. Comes Warring¬ ton. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Samuell Carter Efquire, Ifaac Stanton, George Wyrly, Willia?h Colmore, William Doley, and Thomas Rowney, the old Governors of the Free Grammar School of Birming- Subscribers-only content

    9 January 1691, 9 January 1692

    Upon hearing Counfel this Day, at the Bar, upon th_ Petition and Appeal of Samuell Carter Efquire, Ifaac Governors of* Stanton, George Whirley, William Collmore, William Doley, and Thomas Rowney, the old Governors of the Free Grammar School of Birmingham, Subscribers-only content

    9 October 1711, 9 October 1711

    Gratia, Magna Britannia, Francia, et " Hib'nia Regina, Fidei Defenfor, &c. Pnediledto et " Fideli Confiliario Noftro Simoni Harcourt, de Stanton " Harcourt, Ch'r, Salutenu Cum nuper, de Avifa- " mento et Aflenfu Concilii Noftri, pro quibufdam ar- " duis Subscribers-only content

    2 March 1732, 2 March 1733

    Baron Comyns; with the ufual Direc¬ tions, according to the Standing Orders. Upon reading the Petition of Henry Stainton Mer- Stanton & ai, chant, and others; praying Leave to bring in a Bill, j^a"",,1'" for fettling an Eftate, in the Subscribers-only content

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

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    TRANS.CP.1623/4

    Pieces; No deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1623 - 1623 People & Places Participant: RandulfHutton [Hutton] Role: appellant Details: male; Clerk Participant: RandulfSmith [Smith] Role: appellate Details: male Location: Stranton (Durham) Place(s): Stranton (Stranton, Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.H.185

    Details: male Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Staunton (Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: churchwarden of the parish church of Staunton Participant: John Deeping [Deepinge] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Staunton (Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Notes: churchwarden of the

    CP.G.2234B

    (Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Simpson [Simpson] Role: witness Details: male; 68 Employment: labourer Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Staunton (Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Nicholas Rose [Rose] Role: witness Details: male; 50; husbandman Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Staunton

    CP.G.2126

    (Habourne House) : habitation Cannot identify Location: Pekestonge House (Pekestonge House) : habitation Cannot identify Location: Scalby (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Staintondale (Stanton) : manor Location: Scarborough (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Scarborough (Scarbroughe) : town Location: Foxholes (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Foxholes (Foxhooles) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.G.2234A

    Staunton (Stanton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Smith [Smythe] Role: witness Details: male Participant: Hugh Challon [Challon] Role: witness Details: male Participant: William Simpson [Symson; Simpson] Role: witness Details: male; 68 Employment: labourer Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Staunton (Stanton) :

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Thomas Lodge

    Bay, Jamaica, British West Indies 1922 Masonic Rooms, Main Street, Morant Bay, Jamaica, British West Indies 1923 Masonic Rooms, Main Street, Morant Bay, Jamaica 1963 Masonic Rooms, Stanton Road, Morant Bay, Jamaica 1974 Freemasons' Hall, Stanton, Morant Bay, Jamaica 1985

 

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