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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stretton Charities for the poor

    Stretton Charities for the poor Charities for the poor The poor of Stretton were presumably eligible to benefit from charities established for Burton parish, and were specifically named in those of Mrs. Almond and Richard Steele . Three houses in

    Stretton Nonconformity

    Stretton Nonconformity Nonconformity One person in Stretton was presented in 1668 for not coming to church. 8 There was a Methodist society at Clay Mills by 1798 , and a house there was registered for worship in 1800 . A

    Stretton Local government

    Stretton Local government Manor Stretton was a tithing in Burton manor by the late 13th century, and in the 14th century it sent four frankpledges to the twice-yearly view. In the later 16th century there were only two frankpledges, and

    Stretton Manor

    Stretton Manor Manor In 942 King Edmund granted an estate at Stretton to Wulfsige the Black, possibly an ancestor of Wulfric Spot , the founder of Burton abbey. 15 The abbey held the manor in 1066 and in 1086 ,

    Stretton Education

    Stretton Education Education In 1833 there were three day schools, one of them evidently at Clay Mills , and a Sunday school, all of them established since 1818. 4 A National school at the corner of Church Road and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y canlyn-- : . DYDD SADWRN, GORPHENAF 30AIN.. ICHURCH STRETTON, Hereford,* Ti- turn,* Ross, Pontypool Road, Newport, jkberdare, MeTthyr, Caerdydd, Abertawe, Caerfyrddini New Milford, Tenby, &c., yn gadael BLAENAU FFESTINIOG am., 6 20, a Bala am 7.4o a -m. i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y Irol gan Proif. Lindsay. d i' r Mae hanes y Stundists yn cael ei ddefhlYdd yn fedrus gan Hesba Stretton me'n ff0'c el Lsydd newydd ei chyhoeddi gan Mri. Casse)llr i'The Highway of Sorrow at the close oth Nineteenth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. of l kiof(Il. Hertfordsilire-George Palmer, scsq. of Wuacl lledham. kent-William Henry 13aldnck, E~q. ofPeaham. Leicetersihire-Sir George R1obinrso., Bort oF Stretton. Linrolnshire-J. Char ieS lir9 c QaTcraft, eso,. of Anraster, Monmouthlshire-Natdrnoel WVell, Epq. of Piereefield. Norfolk-Edroard Lormbe, Erq. of Great Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Leeds, BEsq. eldest son of Sir George Leeds, Bert. of Creuten Park, to Maclass, only daughter of thelate William Thee. Stretton, Esq. On the 13th inst. at St. Pancras new Church, Joseph Patience, Esq. of Tottenham-gyeen, to Miss Hayne of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cried out, " 0 Lord ! I shall die!" and immediately expired. Thursday night, the Rev. R. Janson, minister of Stretton, Cheshlire, was found on iVWilderspool-causeway, near Warrington, in a state of insensibility. arising from the following cause: A violent Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 6 [Maiors and Sheriffs.] The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT.

    Car' II. } Sheriffs, { Peter Rich . MAIOR, Sir John Moore , Grocer, Son of Charles Moore of Stretton in Darbyshire. On his Tomb, Liecester is said to be his native Country. And at Appleby founded a Free

    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    please God to keep us from the Plague. These Pesthouses are built near the Meads , as remote from People. Stretton Grounds, a good, handsome, long, well built, and inhabited Street, which runneth up to Tuthil Fleds, almost against the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BROWNE (BROWN), Samuel II (c.1634-91), of Stocken Hall, Stretton, Rutland.

    (c.1634-91), of Stocken Hall, Stretton, Rutland. Constituency Dates Rutland 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for militia, Rutland 1659, assessment, Rutland Jan. 1660-80, 1689-90, Lincs. 1673-80, 1689; j.p. Rutland Mar. 1660-82, ?1689-d., commr. for sewers, Lincs. Aug. 1660, enclosures, Deeping fen 1665;

    LICHFIELD, alias TAVERNER, Aymer (d.c.1400), of Lichfield, Staffs.

    Margery, heiress to the manor of Stretton, since he then appointed another of his kinsmen, Thomas Lichfield, to the living there. It was not until 1372, however, that Aymer and his wife conveyed Stretton (together with interests in Leicestershire) to

    TRYMENELL, Henry, of Warwick.

    TRYMENELL, Henry, of Warwick. Constituency Dates Warwick 1386 Warwick Feb 1388 Warwick Jan. 1397 Biography Henry probably came from the family which lived at Moreton Morrell near Warwick and had established close connexions with the earls of Warwick. His

    GOUSHILL, Sir Nicholas (d.1402), of Barlborough, Derbys.

    upon the manor of Hoveringham, which was their ancient family seat, although they had for many years occupied land in Stretton, Kynwaldmersh and Barlborough across the county border in Derbyshire as well. Sir Nicholas Goushill, our Member’s father, was a

    HEYNES, Edward (by 1524-75 or later), of Devizes, Wilts.

    Held Mayor, Devizes 1555-6, 1565-6, dep. mayor in May 1557. Biography Although there was an Eynns or Heynes family at Stretton, Shropshire, which was related to Sir John Thynne, it is probable that the Member for Devizes was the son

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill for Rectifying some Mistakes in a Settlement made by John Congreve Esq; and vesting his Seat and Estate in Stretton, in the County of Stafford, in Trustees, to be Sold for better clearing his D..., 11 June 1731

    >r j?w/jfy/»£yew* .M/fcafor //* * &///£*»«»/ fl^zafc <£y John Congreve £/^; #W v^/W &> <SW <W i^te zVz Stretton, zVz */j<? Cwwtfv- o/" Stafford, *Vit 11) <£ E <£$l @> 7<>*» Cok^w, late of 5to«o», in the Coun- ty o£ Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1695, 21 March 1696

    Roche fief reported frdm the Committee, fei!£ the Bill, intituled, " An AS. for making the lovvns or q,h " Stretton and Princethorpe a feparate Pariih froiii •' Woaljlm, in the County of Warwick," as fit to pafsj with fome Subscribers-only content

    9 April 1697, 9 April 1697

    be committed to the Confideration of the faid Bill Lords following; (videlicet,) L.Berkeley of This -p William Lord Berkeley of Stretton fat firft btr. takes Ins J J J ..,-., <v Seat. m Parliament, upon the Death of his Brother Subscribers-only content

    6 March 1731, 6 March 1732

    vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, *' An Act forB'1! «¦«<*¦ verting the Seat and Eftate of John Congreve Efquire, in Stretton, in the County of Stafford, in Truftees, " to be fold, for difcharging his Debts, for which his " Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1731, 22 March 1732

    fome Mi flakes in a Settlement made " by John Congreve Efquire; and veiling his Seat and " Eftate in Stretton, in the County of Stafford, in " Truftees, to be fold, for better clearing his Debts, " for which Subscribers-only content

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

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    K. Henry. 8. Olde Euidences declaring the auncientnes of Priestes Mariage.

    omnia supradicta rata et inconcussa permaneant in posterum, præsentem cartam sigilli mei impressione corroboraui: His testibus, Willielmo tunc Persona de Stretton, Petio de Vorantisthorpe, Ricardo et Roberto filijs suis. Henrico filio Richardi Clerici de Sceyle, Willielmo filio suo, Ioanne filio

    King. Henry. 8. Euidences declaring the antiquity of Priestes mariage.

    omnia supradicta rata & inconcussa permaneant in posterum, præsentem cartam sigilli mei impressione corroboraui: His testibus, Willielmo tunc Persona de Stretton, Petro de Vorantisthorpe, Richardo & Roberto filijs suis Henrico filio Richardi Clerici de Sceyle, Willielmo filio suo, Ioanne filio

    K. Henry. 8. Allegations agaynst the vj. Articles. Priestes Mariage.

    omnia supradicta, rata & incōcussa permaneant in posterū, præsentem cartam sigilli mei impressione corroboraui: His testibus, Willielmo tunc Persona de Stretton, Radulph. Aky, Henr. & Rich. filijs Personæ de Sceyle, et alijs.¶ An other Euidence.4.An other Euidence.SCiant præsentes & futuri

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Tuesday 12th February 1839

    Romer , as Elizabeth Farnese, who sang very well; Miss Poole as Lenora, Guibelei as Dr. Gil Polo , and Stretton (who we thought a little like Uncle Leopold) as Philip V, King of Spain . After the Opera I

    Saturday 3rd November 1832

    Jenkinsons followed us to Mr.Clive 's. The yeomanry accompany us. ½ past 11. We have just changed horses at Church Stretton , where we were very friendly received. The yeomanry have left us and another troop of the same yeomanry

    Saturday 3rd November 1832

    Jenkinsons followed us to Mr.Clive 's. The yeomanry accompany us. ½ past 11. We have just changed horses at Church Stretton , where we were very friendly received. The yeomanry have left us and another troop of the same yeomanry

    Friday 1st December 1843

    get out, & there were quantities of people. We went passed, Duffield , Belper , Amber Gate , Wingfield , Stretton & Clay Cross , where there is an amazingly long tunnel. We reached Chesterfield , a little after 12.

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

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    CP.H.48

    Participant: George Lascelles [Lassells; Lasselles] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Aberford (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Sturton Grange (Sturton, Styrton, Streton, Surton, Stretton) : undefined Location: York Minster (Ecclesie Cathedralis et metrop' Beati Petri Ebor') : undefined Place(s): York Minster (Ecclesie Cathedralis

    CP.H.3961

    Participant: Francis Thornagh [Thornaigh] Role: plaintiff Details: male; knight Location: Sturton Le Steeple (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Sturton Le Steeple (Sturton, Styrton, Stretton) : ecclesiastical parish Nottinghamshire Notes: farmer of tithes in Sturton Participant: George Lascelles [Lassells] Role: defendant Details: male; knight

    CP.H.2127

    CP.H.2127 Reference:CP.H.2127 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Tithe (agistments of cattle and horses) Details:26 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant wins Date: 15/4/1634 - 22/9/1636 People & Places Participant: Francis Thonagh [Thornhaigh; Thornehalgh; Thornalgh; Thornaigh; Thornehagh; Thornehaigh;

    CP.E.107

    Mattersey (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Mattersey (Madersay, Mathersay) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Misterton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Misterton (Misterton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Stretton(Stretton) : undefined Cannot identify. Location: East Markham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): East Markham (Marcham) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Tuxford (Nottinghamshire) Place(s):

 

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