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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Thornton

    Colleges Thornton 110. THE COLLEGE OF THORNTONThornton College was one of the short-lived foundations of King Henry VIII . A part of the revenues of the suppressed abbey of Thornton was set aside for the maintenance of a college,

    Hospitals Thornton

    Hospitals Thornton 103. THE HOSPITAL OF THORNTON There was a hospital in 1322 'without the walls of Thornton Abbey .' An indulgence was granted that year for the repair of the chapel of St. James within the hospital, so that

    Townships Thornton

    1505 John Lunt of Thornton did homage for lands in Thornton ; Misc . i, 18. The earliest grant is one dated 1305, when Robert de Molyneux of Thornton and Simon son of Amery de Thornton together granted a small

    Parishes Thornton

    owner. Ingleton of Thornton . Argent a cheveron between three barrels of pitch sable with fire issuing from them . Tyrell of Thornton , baronet. Argent two cheverons azure in a border engrailed gules . Sheppard of Thornton , baronet.

    Townships Thornton

    Townships ThorntonTHORNTON Torentun, Dom. Bk.; Torrenton, 1226; Thorinton, 1258; Thornton , 1297. Steinol, 1176; Stanhol, 1200; Stainhol, 1226 1 ; Staynolf, 1346. Brune , Dom. Bk.; Brunne, 1204; Brone, 1262. Rushale, Dom. Bk.; Rossall, 1212; Roshale, 1228. This township

  • * British History Online * *

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    GYLE, John

    this Comitia John Gyle appeared who confirmed and confessed that he had prescribed a certain diet for Acton, Porter and Thornton and openly boasted of his skill in that part of medicine, flourishing his knowledge, and answering all questions with

    Charles I - volume 539, August 1646, 01 August 1646-31 August 1646

    to fly to Londonderry for the safeguard of herself and children. She never had the value of a pennyworth from Thornton [mayor of Londonderry ] , though she often sought relief from him; but he said that her husband was Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 263, May 1657, 01 May 1657-30 May 1657

    G 109, p . 243. ] May 29. Registrar's certificate that, 8 Feb. 1650, John Halford, Edw. Chamberlain and Wm. Thornton, were constituted Commissioners for Sequestrations for cos. Warwick and Coventry, and that Chamberlain was appointed sole commissioner 14 March Subscribers-only content

    Corrigenda

    27, for endorsed read enclosed. " 106, " 28, for Watham read Waltham. " 123, " 5, for Thomson read Thornton. " 136, " 7, for Wood read Foord. " 137, " 4 from bottom, for Packer read Parker. " Subscribers-only content

    Cases brought before the committee, February 1653, 01 February 1653-28 February 1653

    war. 12 338 Lady Anne Thornton, and John, her Son, Witton,; Hen. Thornton, Witton,; Nich. Thornton, Gally Hill, all Co. Northumberland. 3 Feb. 1653. Vol. A No. or p. Certificate that Lady Anne and John Thornton have never been sequestered Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    apwyntiwyd y' boneddigion canlynol, sef, Meistri i Jaques, Bryste; Vdwards, Bath; Milson, Caste'lnedd, a Rosser, A bertawe. I Darllenodd MIrV Thornton, yr ysgrifenydd, yr adrodd- 'lad blynyddol, yr.hwn oedd yn cynwys hlwer o' bethan da. , Y mae yn debyg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    blweh yn cynwys elfenau ffyWydrol rmewn ystafell lith lle yr oedd y brenin i aros. ncr Penodwyd Syr E iward Thornton, y Llysgenhrdwr yn Prydeinig yn Washirgton, yn o'ynydd i Arr-iwydd g I IDufferin yn St. Petersburg. Ar Gwnaeth tyrfa Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where site danced, seeams fo tave been albout threei miles from it. 'Whtet sihe leQ-e tIte publie-honie, b lore iltidttligit Thornton accomnpanied-her. Tie next tornintu at ll t-pastfour, lie was teen passiig alonr the Chesterrnod towaid- Ca.tle Brom. wich, in- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to tbe present instance. ; L:.itmve~lpo Sept. 2, IEi7. . - EGERTON SMIT37. MNreRDER OF MARY AsmFoRD.-It seems certain that Thornton, lately acquitted of the murder of Mary Ashford, may be again put oil his trial. In cases of murder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aleaarsder ard Tlolme, New-inn. SATURDA YS LONDON GAZETT& BANK1PIJTCY ENLARGED. 3. Reels, Winpborne Minisier, Dorsetittire, tanner. BANKRUPTS. I7. R teliffe, Thornton, Laicamsl irrr, farnmer. P. Hobbs, Hankside, wrorrehr-iron-manufctflrer. J. Smnart, Kinstgate-street, llolborn, ironmnonger. C. Lenrenbroek, Oxford-street, merchant. (C.-W. Watker, Mnrine Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.I.689

    weaver Location: Thornton(Thornton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: GeorgeTod [Todd] Role: witness Details: male; 35 Employment: Weaver Location: Thornton(Thornton) : undefined Cannot identify Participant: JohnBirdfall [Birdfall] Role: witness Details: male; 17 Employment: Blacksmith Location: Thornton(Thornton) : undefined

    CP.H.1413

    deposition; No libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 23/7/1619 - 23/7/1619 People & Places Participant: Robert Law [Lawe] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: John Bailey [Balye; Bailyr] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Thornton (Thorneton) : chapelry Cannot identify - spelling modernised

    CP.I.2302

    No sentence Outcome: Date: 1793 - 1793 People & Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: JohnShackleton [Shackleton] Role: defendant Details: male; Clerk Employment: Assistant curate of Thornton chapelry Location: Bradford, St Peter (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Thornton(Thornton) : chapelry

    HC.CP.1634/11

    Places Participant: Office Role: plaintiff Details: undefined Participant: John Cottingham [Cottingham] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Thornton Le Moors (Cheshire) Place(s): Thornton Le Moors (Thornton, Thorneton) : ecclesiastical parish Chester (Chester) : diocese <p><!-- /* Font Definitions */ @font-face {font-family:"Cambria

    TEST.CP.1782/8

    Senior; yeoman; deceased Location: Thornton(Thornton) : undefined Participant: ElizabethThomas [Thomas] Role: plaintiff Details: female; Spinster; daughter of deceased; residuary legatee named in the last will and testament of of Robert Thomas, deceased, late of Thornton Participant: RobertThomas [Thomas] Role:

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

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    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    was also wrought vpon the cruell condemner and persecutour of the holy and harmles Sayntes of the Lord, bishop Thornton, Suffragan of Douer, who after he had exercised his cruell tyranny vpon so many simple and good men at Canterburye,

    Queene Mary. Exa. and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr. Ioan Waste Martyr.

    where Christe is, excepte it please Christ.New. Christ will not be in an vncleane person that hathe the Deuill.D. Thornton reasoneth with Iohn Newman.Thornton. Why, will ye not beleue that Christ was in hell and ye will graunt that the

    Q. Mary. Examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr.

    where Christ is, except it please Christ.New. Christe will not bee in an vncleane person that hath the deuill.Thornton. D. Thornton reasoneth with Ihō Newman.Why, will ye not beleue that Christ was in hell, and ye will graunt that the

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    by reason of certen thaforesayde Inquisitours, beyng nowe armed with autoritie, but especially by reason of R. Thorntō Nicholas HarspfieldRychard Thornton suffragan of Douer, and Nicholas Harpsfield Archedeacon of Caunterbury, who of their owne nature were so furious and firy

    Quene Mary. Examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman, Martyr.

    require it, but at such tyme as God geueth it.¶ The examination and aunsweres of Iohn Newman Martyr, before D. Thornton and others.The examination and answeres of Ioh. Newmā: Which is to be referred to the pag. 1864.FIrst, one of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THORNTON, William (?1712-69), of Cattal, nr. York

    advice about standing for Westminster.[footnote] Bedford advised Thornton against it, ‘upon account of the vast expense that must necessarily attend any contest’; and Thornton dropped the idea.At the by-election at York in 1758 Thornton stood as Rockingham’s candidate. It was

    THORNTON, Henry (by 1484-1533), of Buckland, Som.

    Sir William Paulet, then Thornton who moved in similar circles and who owned property near Paulet’s seat may have been able to rely on his support to take the senior place. On 21 Nov. 1530 Thornton was licensed to perform

    THORNTON, Isaac (1615-69), of Snailwell, Cambs.

    THORNTON, Isaac (1615-69), of Snailwell, Cambs. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Cambs. July 1660-d.; commr. for sewers, Norf. and Wisbech Aug. 1660, assessment, Cambs. Aug. 1660-d.; loyal and indigent officers 1662, corporations 1662-3. Biography Thornton’s pedigree can

    THORNTON, Henry (1760-1815), of Clapham, Surr.

    THORNTON, Henry (1760-1815), of Clapham, Surr. Constituency Dates Southwark 24 Sept. 1782 16 Jan. 1815 Biography Thornton was apprenticed to a merchant in 1778, became in 1783 a partner in his father’s business, and in 1784 a partner in the

    THORNTON, Roger (d.1430), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    at Thornton near Bradford in the West Riding. At all events, the Thorntons had established themselves in Newcastle by the 1370s and soon began to prosper there. Roger may well have been the younger brother or son of John Thornton,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 November 1722, 17 November 1722

    Plaintiff, and &apos;James Travers is Defendant: And in the other, Edward Maber is Plaintiff, and Robert Thornton is Defendant. Bafket &lt;verlus Tiavcrs. Maber &lt;verj&apos;us Thornton. The Houfe being informed, &quot; That the Managers Conference « for the Commons were ready, Subscribers-only content

    18 January 1722, 18 January 1723

    &apos; -verfui Thornton, in Error : After hearing Counfe!, to argue the Errors affigned upon a Writ of Error brought into this Houfe the Seventeenth Day of November [¦&$., wherein Edward Ma- ber is Plaintiff, and Robert Thornton is Defendant, Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1727, 17 April 1727

    &quot; tees a Meffuage and Garden, in the Pariih of St. Ca- &quot; therine Coleman, London, the Eftate of Robert Thornton *&apos; and Hannah his Wife, to be fold, on fettling an fC Eftate of greater Value to the fame Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1731, 15 March 1732

    5 o Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A 1731 Murphy mate. Then the Houfe was adjourned during Pleafure, and the Lords went to the Conference. Which being ended, the Houfe was refunded. And the Lord Prefident reported, &quot; Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1750, 18 February 1751

    a Bill, for Sale referred u of feveral Eftates, devifed by the Will of Sir Harry 1^&apos;*&apos; Tyrrell, late of Thornton, in the County of Bucks, Baronet, deceafed, or fo much thereof as will difcharge the feveral Sums of Money Subscribers-only content

 

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