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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    The Life of JOHN STOW . Pleaseth it your Honour and Worships to understand, That where your Orator, JOHN STOW , Citizen of this City, hath heretofore, to wit for the Space of Twenty Five Years past, (besides his Chronicle,

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    Three Conversion s. When Parsons had alledged Stow 's Chronicle, concerning Will. Thomas 's Attempt to murther Queen Mary , for which he was executed, as a Traitor, Sutcliff, in Answer, makes Stow to be very partial in Queen Mary

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    that set out with Enlargements, Stow 's Chronicle, after his Death; who in his Preface, mentioned some, that when he, the said Howes , had moved them to go on in a Continuation of Stow 's Books, one cryed he

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    their Hands. To which I add, what A.M. (who, after Stow 's Death, set forth another Edition of this Survey) writes in his Epistle Dedicatory to Bishop King, That Stow was a Servant 26 Years to the Maior and Aldermen,

    Preface 5 The Life of JOHN STOW.

    said, was the Giant's House; and there indeed to Stow 's Time, (and I believe long after) was preserved a Pole of Forty Foot long, and Fifteen Inches about. But Stow was not so credulous, nor would impose such incredible

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Alien Houses Hospital of St Giles without Cripplegate

    GILES WITHOUT CRIPPLEGATE All that is known about this hospital is the statement of Stow , 26 that there had been such a house in Whitecross Street in the time of Edward I , and that it was suppressed by

    Hospitals Jesus Commons

    Elizabeth. 29 Stow , Surv. of Lond . (ed. Strype), ii, 201. Sharpe, Cal. of Wills , ii, 269. L. and P. Hen . VIII , xiv (2), 41 (3). Lond. Epis. Reg. Bonner, fol. 193 b . Stow ,

    Parishes Stow-on-the-Wold Stow-on-the-Wold , 1961

    Stow press-cuttings; W. Bartlett , 19 th-cent. Stow ( Stow , 1911), 44, 62-65. Glos. N. & c Q . ix. 81. Antiquity , Sept. 1933 , plate VII. For illus. see Glos. R.O., A 317/2. Bartlett, 19 th-cent.

    Hospitals The leper hospital, Southwark

    Borough was a hospital for lepers under the joint dedication of St. Mary and St. Leonard . Stow speaks of it as the Loke or Lazar-house for leprous persons, which stood in Kent Street , without St. George's Bar, but

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Stow

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Stow 8. THE ABBEY OF STOW The monastery of St. Mary , Stow , was founded early in the eleventh century for secular clerks 1 ; and its revenues were augmented a little

  • * British History Online * *

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    Introduction, The life of Stow

    Introduction The life of Stow INTRODUCTION I. Life of Stow John Stow, or Stowe (he spelt his name indifferently in either way), the first painful searcher into the reverend antiquities of London, was himself most fittingly a citizen of long

    Preface

    that history beyond his own time. I have, however, added notes on places and place-names, especially in those cases where Stow had himself given some history, suggested a derivation, or cited obsolete forms. The preparation of the text and its

    Introduction

    than they have commonly received. Though Stow for the most part followed the Chronicle very closely, his departures from his original in some places are noteworthy. The original contains certain matter, which, when Stow wrote thirty years later, it would

    Cases brought before the committee, December 1647, 01 December 1647-31 December 1647

    her is still unpaid. Begs payment forthwith. 114 153 26 Dec. Payment ordered accordingly 8 86 Edm. Steedman, Clerk, Onehouse, Stow Hundred. 1647 ? Vol. A No. or p. Certificate by two of the assessors that he is unable to Subscribers-only content

    Wills, 14 Edward IV (1474-5)

    Wills 14 Edward IV (1474-5) ANNO 14 EDWARD IV. Monday next before the Feast of S. Kalixlus, Pope [14 Oct. ] . Bedham (John), fishmonger. To William Baron a certain shop in the parish of S. Nicholas at the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    berthynol i egirys y le hwnw, Mae y Llywodraeth newyydd roddi archeb am werth 50,000p. o gun-cotton i fasnachdy: yn Stow. market. . ., : - Mae niler y mesurau personol (private bills) sydd eisoes wedi en rhoddi yn y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn llawen. Blinodd ar y lie hwnw eilwaith, a dych- ;velodd yn ol i Gymru, no ymsefydlodd yn eglwys Seisnig Stow hill, Casnewydd-ar-wysg, ac yno gorphen- odl ei yrfa Awst 28ain, a chladdwyd Ae Medi laf, 1873. Nis gwyddom ei Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambridge Local Examir-a- tions, the University Matriculations, and the Medical and Law Preliminary Examinations. The School is healthily sitaated on Stow' Hill, and commande P heautifiul view of the BristoLu oh .. c -ard the Somer setshire Coast, and is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oxford and Cambridge. Local Examina- tions, the University'Matriculations, and the Medical and Law Preliminary Examinations. The School is healthily situated'on Stow 'Hill, and commands a beautiful view of the Bristol Channel-and the Somer setshire Coast, 'and is thus ::eminently adapted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cambridge Local Examica- tions: the University Matriculations, and the Medical and Law- PrPliminary Examinations. The School is healthily situated on Stow H3ill, and commands a -bea ti u! view of the Bristol Channel and the Somer setshirU Coast, and is Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1762 (1563)

    to the obseruance of his former profession, nowe sithens the Queenes reign, & the hiring of this house here at Stow, where an Anchorite hadde been before, made meanes to my lady Gifford of his entent, not declaring any thing

    K. William Conq. Pope Hildebrād. K. William Rufus. P. Hildebrād.

    after, it had his Romish dedication by Robert Blocet, next bishop that folowed. Stow abbey builded.By þe same Remigius also was founded the cloyster or monastery of Stow. &c.1092.Wynchecome styple brent with lightning.In the iiij. yeare of this kyng. great

    K. Richard. 2. The history of Iohn Wickliffe Actes and Mon. of the church.

    Kynningham.Item, Monkes. iiij. Wels, Ramsey, Bloxam, Marton.Item, Doctours of the Canon and Ciuill lawe. xiiij. Appelby, Waltram, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregisyon Stow, Blaunchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flaynburghe, Motrum, Brandon, and Prophet.Item, Bachilers of Diuinitie vi, Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, wych, Chiselden, Tomson.The

    K. Richard. 2. The history of Iohn Wickliffe.

    Kynnyngham.Itē, Monkes. iiij. Wels, Ramsey, Bloxam, Marton.Item, Doctours of the Canon and Ciuill law. xiiij. Appelby, Waltram, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregisyon Stow, Blaūchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flaynburgh, Motrum, Brandon, and Prophet.Item, Bachelers of Diuinitie vj. Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, Wich, Chiselden, Tomson.The

    K. Edward. 3. The historie of Iohn Wickliffe. The articles of I. Wickliffe condemned.

    Kynnyngham.Item, Monkes 4. Wels, Ramsey, Bloxam, Marton.Item, doctours of the Canon and Ciuill lawe 14. Appelby, Waltrom, Baketon, Chadesden, Tregision, Stow, Blaunchard, Rocombey, Lidford, Welbourne, Flayneburgh, Motrum, Brandon and Prophet.Item, Bachelers of Diuinitie 6. Humbleton, Pickweche, Lindlow, Wich, Chiselden, Tomson.The

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER, Anthony (by 1522-70), of London; Rycote, Oxon. and Coates, nr. Stow, Lincs.

    London; Rycote, Oxon. and Coates, nr. Stow, Lincs. Constituency Dates Wallingford Apr. 1554 Ofifces Held Servant of Sir John Williams by 1549; commr. sewers, Lincs. 1570. Biography Anthony Butler’s background and career are strangely obscure for a man of his

    CORDELL, Edward (by 1536-90), of Fleet Street, London.

    248, 267; Vis. Suff. ed. Metcalfe, 20-1; Vis. Norf. (Harl. Soc. xxxii), 86, 247; Vis. Norf. (Norf. Arch. Soc.), 398-9; Stow, Surv. London, ed. Strype, iii. 257; W. J. Jones, Eliz. Ct. Chancery, 138; T. D. Hardy, Cat. Ld. Chancellors,

    FARDELL, John (1784-1854), of Eastgate, Lincoln and Holbeck Lodge, nr. Horncastle, Lincs.

    Lincoln 1830 1831 Ofifces Held Dep. registrar, archdeaconry of Lincoln and registrar, archdeaconry of Stow 1805-21; clerk of common chamber and recvr.-gen.; clerk of fabric; coroner within their liberties, steward of galilee ct. and manorial cts. in Lincs. and Hunts.,

    KYME, John I (by 1469-1527/28), of London.

    of Stow’s Survey-but found nowhere else-appears to have been a mis-transcription of ‘Kemble’, the variant of his name used by Stow in his Summary and noted by Strype in his edition of the Survey.) Kyme was apprenticed to a London

    FISHER, Jasper (by 1528-79), of London.

    the Middlesex bench by Elizabeth, he made regular purchases of land, and he built in Bishopsgate a house, described by Stow as ‘beautiful ... with gardens of pleasure and bowling lanes’, which, because it had been constructed for a man

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Caley Illingworth, 29/9/1823

    University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 29/9/1823 Office/Status Archdeacon Clerical Status Location Stow// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA Reg. XL (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Pelham, George/Lincoln 1820- 1827 Comment Archdeaconry of Stow with the Prebend of Liddington annexed.

    Henry Perkins, 14/5/1734

    Perkins Forename Henry Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason resignation Date 14/5/1734 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stow// OTHER INFORMATION Source LRO, D30/9/1 (D&C peculliar benefice papers) (Presentations, etc.) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Dean and Chapter of Lichfield/Coventry &

    John Lloyd, 23/3/1789

    Lloyd Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason Death Date 23/3/1789 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location Stow// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDP x3601 (uncatalogued Act Book 1785-1819) (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Hinchcliffe, John/Peterborough 1769- 1794 Comment

    Henry Vincent Bayley, 29/9/1823

    TYPE Type Collation Date 29/9/1823 Office/Status Archdeacon Clerical Status Location Stow// OTHER INFORMATION Source LA Reg. XL (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Pelham, George/Lincoln 1820- 1827 Comment Archdeaconry of Stow with the Prebend of Liddington annexed. Patron Details PATRON SUMMARY

    Joseph Gibbs, 1/6/1828

    Surname Gibbs Forename Joseph Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 1/6/1828 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status Location Stow// OTHER INFORMATION Source NthRO, PDR, ML701 (Curates licences 1814-51) (Register of Curates' Licences) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Marsh, Herbert/Peterborough 1819-

 

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