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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of minoresses Abbey of Denney

    a croft adjoining, 40 foot of turf, and 'one foderfen, sometime the lady Joan Steynton 's', rendering for them to the abbess and the lady Joan Steynton , in the name of Pitancier of Denney, 9 s . by the

    Parishes Stevington

    Stethintun (xiii cent.); Styventon, Stevyngton (xiii-xv cent.); Steynton (xvi, xvii cent.). Stevington is a parish 43/4 miles north-west of Bedford , having an area of 1,820 acres, of which 6421/4 are arable land, 9511/2 pasture and grass and 163/4 woods

    Hospitals Hospitals in Norwich

    it would appear that some care for the poor was discharged by this hospital later in the century; Thus Robert Steynton , rector of St. Julian's , bequeathed to it, in 1440 , a green coverlet and a pair of

    Parishes Steeple Morden

    Guilden Morden until 1577. 423 In 1560 he was resident, but not thought competent to preach. 424 The unlearned John Steynton , vicar from 1585, failed to provide monthly sermons in his own parish, while earning ridicule by attempts at

    Index A - Z

    Stewart : Eliz., m. 1 Sir Rob. Kemp , 2 Rob. King, 138 Sarah, 138 Susan, see Wendy Thos., 138 Steynton , Jn., vicar of Steeple Morden , 122 Stigand , abp. of Canterbury , 98, 144 Stockbridge : Jos.

  • * British History Online * *

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    Charles I - volume 533, February 1631, 01 February 1631-28 February 1631

    of J. Tomlinson, Mayor, and two Aldermen of Bristol. That the bearer, Patrick Haye, of Steynton, co. Pembroke, has delivered here at the quay, out of the "James," of Milford, 300 bushels of oats, 60 of wheat, and 60 of Subscribers-only content

    Statutes (Baldock and Lisieux), Pars septima, cap. 13-27

    Willielmi Coleyne, Willielmi Wenlok, et Laurencii Allerthorp Residenciariorum et Stagiariorum, Ade Holme, Thome Stowe, Willielmi Sondeye, Willielmi Bryan, et Simonis Steynton, Canonicorum et Prebendariorum Ecclesie predicte, Capitulum faciencium, expressis et Capitulariter prestitis, statuimus et ordinavimus, quod decetero nullus obtinens beneficium


    Thomas Strickland obtained livery after attaining his full age of 21, on 6 June, 27 Elizabeth (1585): The hamlet of Steynton held of the heirs of Thomas Parre, knt., as of the 4th part of the barony of Kendall, by

    Yorkshire Fines, 1486-99

    Henry Scrope his son and heir Thomas Shirley and Alice his wife The moiety of a messuage with lands in Steynton. 1492 3 HILARY TERM , 8 HENRY VII . * Richard Beuerley de Kyngston upon Hull , merchant Edward

    Index of Persons and Places, Q, R, 01 October 1706-31 December 1707

    4. Rochester , Earl of. See Hyde, L. Rochford (Rochfort), Earl of. Se e Zuylestein, W. Roch Pwll (Rockpull) and Steynton (Stainton), co. Pembroke, lordship, 287. Rock , William, Agent for Prizes on board Sir C. Shovell's fleet, deceased, 242.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOLTON (BUTTON), John (by 1524-56 or later), of Haverfordwest and Boltonhill, Pemb.

    defendant in a case over lands in the lordship of Haverfordwest granted to establish a chantry in the church of Steynton (near Boltonhill), for this cannot be dated save as belonging to the reign of Henry VIII and may thus

    OWEN, Arthur I (c.1608-78), of New Moat, Pemb.

    Apr. 1668 he acted as teller for an unsuccessful motion for the better union of Protestants. A member of the country party, he was marked ‘doubly worthy’ by Shaftesbury in 1677. He was buried at Steynton on 8 Sept. 1678.[footnote]

    BUTLER, Arnold (by 1521-64), of Johnston, Pemb.

    died Butler entered into two land transactions: in April 1563 he took out a 21-year lease of a tenement in Steynton, Pembrokeshire, and in May he joined another in leasing various lands in the vicinity of St. Clears and Llanstephan,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Academy, yr hon sydd dan arolygiad] ffodus Mr. Jones. ABERDAUGLEDDYF. Ar yr 16eg cyfisol, cynhaliwyd cyfarfod gan dreth- dalwyr plwyf Steynton, yn y dref uchod, yr hon dref erbyn heddyw sydd fwyaf adnabyddus wrth ei henw Saesneg, sef Milford Haven, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Official Receiver's, Swansea: public examination, February 28, at 11 a.nt, at the Town Hall, Swansea - SA-MVEL Evw es, Thornhury, Steynton, Pembrokesbire, farmer. Final dividend, 2s. 214d. in the pound; payable February 27, at the Official Receivers, Carmarthen. DAVID DavIES, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    5 DAVID JoxNS, Powell Street, Sandfeids, Aberavon, THE LAN-rwfl MWErHy CoLEsBy COMPANY, Briton Ferry, Glamorgan, colliery proprietors. ICHARLES EvAss, Asbgrove, Steynton, Pembrokeshire, farmer. PEARCE EVANs, Woodield Farm, Coshertan, Pem- brokeshire, farmer. PHILIP MICHAEL FLae, 4, Alma Villas. Devonport, an Frankfort Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 14th inst. to hang up notices against taking spirits, e &c. therein. LONGEVITY. _There are forty-eight paupers now on Steynton parish, Pembrokeshire, whose united ages amount to 3518, which averages above seventylthtce years and three months each pautper.-C'unbian. At Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. JLames Kynnersley, aged S1. Ki.N-July 29. at Scarborough, Thomas King, of Sadding- ton, Leicestershire, aged 32. PITMrAN-July 28, at Steynton Vicarage, Milford Haven, Elizabeth Pitmuan; deeply lamented. DERBYSHIRE GENERAL INFIRIIARY, JULY 29. IN-PATIENTS. I OUT-PATIENTS Discharged - - 17 Subscribers-only content

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