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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Dingley

    a letter from Sir Ambrose Cave , commander of the preceptory of Stydd , Derbyshire , asking him whilst in town to arrange for a visitation of Stydd , and expressing a hope that he ( Sir Giles ) may

    Religious houses of Derbyshire Introduction

    in the street still so well-known as Friar Gate. The Knights Hospitallers had a vigorous preceptory at Yeaveley , or Stydd , whence subscriptions towards keeping the foes of Christendom at bay were yearly collected from the whole county. To

    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Yeaveley and Barrow

    KNIGHTS HOSPITALLERS 9. THE PRECEPTORY OF YEAVELEY AND BARROW In the township of Stydd in the parish of Shirley , which originally formed part of the manor of Yeaveley , was a preceptory or commandery of the Knights Hospitallers, which

    Townships Habergham Eaves

    died in 1401 ; Lancs . Inq. p.m . (Chet. Soc.), i, 160. It appears that Richard was born at Stydd in 1387 and baptized at Ribchester ; ibid. 158. A complaint about waste in the manor of Towneley, by

    Townships Dutton

    Misc . (Rec. Soc. Lanes, and Ches.), i, 217. The old spelling was some form of Stede; 'Le Styde,' 1343. Stydd is a common form at present. In 1292 it was found that the Knights Hospitallers had acquired from a

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

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    CP.G.177

    Place(s): Stidd (Stydd) : ecclesiastical parish Lancashire Participant: Robert Hainesworth [Hainesworth; Hanesworth] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Stidd (Lancashire) Place(s): Stidd (Stydd) : undefined Lancashire Participant: John Cook [Cooke] Role: plaintiff Details: male Location: Stidd (Lancashire) Place(s): Stidd (Stydd) :

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, S, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (22). Stuton . See Stewton. Stuttecombe , Devon, g. 1083 (2). Stuttgart (Stockart), in Germany, letter d ated at, 1996. Stydd (Styde), Derb. [in Shirley ] , 392. Stydde , Derb. [in Yeaveley ] , 438 (4 m. 2). Styfford

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to 1800 and old wills; a list ot churchrsardens irom 1669 to 1860: au account of the church lands at Stydd, tracing the owners from the al Prior and Brethren of the liospita.l of St. John of Jeru- ion salem Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Abbey there. es-oite the heate~- rain the compa~ny wLare able to -isit Mhyliton Eail arid Choaeh :id tO piro-ed to Stydd Chapjel before lUIm- oliconi Nvtie the afternoon waL devoted to a:u inuspc- I itn-r, t toe anliaa-ieat run 0l1ichJ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 Lodge; Ellaston Church; a field path, Ellaston; an old cottage, near Ellaston ; reins of abbey, Stydd f Hall ; end Stydd H all. "The Work of tl e Della - Robbias," with illustrations, forms the subject of P Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WII I I i I i A Q~atry f ssitj AK Ilu I1il,'a.arl lo.ed.nc It qlo~lre(uiiiiti JayC brii~ j 5lr Stydd r)htw ty",n nt '(r .teghb 4 hrteena lAtser;and VtYU! e daY,-'11s1ir 1h iv by Matihe% J I.,e r~Ful'V y" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Marfton P tarL-Attendance every Monday by Al. FEARN. ts Alto a large quantity of Capital Oak Timber upou th' bi Stydd Liberty, in three lots; and at Yeavley, and the o. ncighbouring towns, &c. Atteridance'Tuefday, Wednef- :d day, or 'l'hurfcday, Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A ramble by the Ribble and Hodder., 1875

    Art and Industry. Through two gates and past almshouse, with curious stone Jacobean front, to the chapel of Stede or Stydd , which is said to have belonged to a guild or hospital of great antiquity ; in a will Subscribers-only content

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