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    Penkridge Introduction and manors

    other sisters were Denise, who married Stephen de Wiverston ( Worston ), and Parnell, who married Robert de Sogunhul ( Sugnall ). Ibid. iii (1), 51-52. Ibid. 168-9. Bk. of Fees , 967, 974. Rot. Hund . (Rec. Com.), ii. Victoria County History


    172; Marg., 171; Wm., 159; fam., 153 Soane , Sir John , 24 n , 29, 30 Sogunhul , see Sugnall Solihull , in Birmingham (Warws.), 157 n Somerford , Agnes, wid. of Rob. Fowleshurst , 27; Francis (d. 1657), Victoria County History

    CAMPBELL, John, Lord Glenorchy (1696-1782).

    was known to be ‘zealous for his Majesty’s Government’ andwas very considerable in Scotland, had a great estate in Staffordshire [Sugnall] where friends were wanting, had great alliances in England and ... not one Scotchman thought anybody could stand in History of Parliament

    PERSHALL, John (1672-1706), of Great Sugnall and Horsley, Staffs.

    (1672-1706), of Great Sugnall and Horsley, Staffs. Constituency Dates Stafford Dec. 1701 1702 Biography The Pershall family had owned land in the Eccleshall area of Staffordshire since Adam de Pershale purchased Horsley during Edward III’s reign. It remained the main History of Parliament

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