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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Anthony , Lenton

    Bradmore by Gervase de Somerville , to which gift Ralph de Frecheville added an eighth bovate with common of pasture and turbary rights. 74 Lenton Chart. fol. 55 b , 185; cited by Thoroton , Notts . i, 90, 92.

    Hospitals Bradebusk

    York Epis. Reg. Pope Nich . Tax . (Rec. Com.), 310. See pedigree of the somewhat confusing Heriz family in Thoroton , Notts . iii, 50. Pat. 19 Edw. II , pt. i, m. 16. Tanner, Notitia . Harl. MS.

    Colleges Clifton

    returned the annual value as £21 5 s . 10 d . The same warden and priests were resident. 5 Thoroton , Notts . i, 105-6. Ibid. 106-7. Valor Eccl . (Rec. Com.), v, 149. Ibid. v, 167. Coll .

    Hospitals Plumtree 's, Nottingham

    he pulled down the old ruinous buildings and erected a new hospital, a brick building of some distinction, of which Thoroton gives a plate. 182 Eventually, in 1751 , the building was made capable of accommodating thirteen widows according to

    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Worksop

    banks, was commonly in mediaeval times called the water of Radford . Thoroton , Notts . iii, 388. Dugdale, Mon . vi, 119-20. White, Worksop , 29. Thoroton , Notts . iii, 389. Pat. 54 Hen. III, m. 31. Plac.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    THOROTON, Thomas (?1723-94), of Screveton Hall, Notts.

    Thoroton at Boroughbridge: ‘the election will not be one farthing of expense to him’; and to Andrew Wilkinson, his agent at Boroughbridge, he recommended Thoroton as ‘an extreme good Whig’ (Thoroton’s father had been reckoned a Tory). In 1761

    THOROTON, Thomas (1752-1814), of Flintham Hall, nr. Newark, Notts.

    THOROTON, Thomas (1752-1814), of Flintham Hall, nr. Newark, Notts. Constituency Dates Grantham 1802 161812 Ofifces Held Page of honour to the King 1764. Ofifces Held Ensign, 2 Ft. Gds. 1772, lt. and capt. 1776 (served in America), capt. and

    GREGORY, William (d.1616), of Nottingham.

    1616.J. T. Godfrey, Notes on St. Mary’s Par. Regs. Nottingham, 4-5, 17, 23; Nottingham Recs. iv. 425, 430; Godfrey, Parish of Lenton; Vis. Notts. (Thoroton Soc. rec. ser. xiii), 1; Thoroton, Notts. ed. Throsby, ii. 41; York prob. reg. 34/524.

    ROOS, John, of Laxton and ?Egmanton, Notts.

    nephew Thomas Maxfield was executed as a Catholic priest 1 Jul. 1616.Vis. Notts. (Harl. Soc. iv), 111-12; Vis. Notts. 1662-4 (Thoroton Soc. rec. ser. xiii), 31; CP; D’Ewes, 561, 570, 575; Nottingham Recs. iv. 404; Wards 7/29/65; Cath. Rec. Soc.

    CHAPLIN, John (?1728-64), of Blankney, Lincs.

    a warmly contested election. In Dupplin’s list of 1754 he was classed as a Government supporter.On 13 Jan. 1761 Thomas Thoroton wrote to Lord Granby:[footnote]Mr. Chaplin declines [to stand for Lincoln] and Lord Scarbrough brings in Mr. Sibthorp in his

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

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    CP.I.838

    of the parish of Thorowton Location: Thoroton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thorowton, Thoroton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: JohnHand [Hand] Role: plaintiff Details: male; churchwarden of the parish of Thoroton Location: Thoroton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thorowton, Thoroton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RichardBraithewaite

    CP.H.1065

    modernised Location: Staunton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Town Fields (Towne Feyldes) : fieldname Spelling modernised Location: Orston (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton(Thoroton, Thorneton) : chapelry Thoroton is described as a parish in the document Location: Kilvington (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Kilvington (Kilvington, Kilvington) : ecclesiastical

    CP.G.2234A

    Participant: Richard Barrat [Barret] Role: witness Details: male Location: Orston (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thorraton) : undefined Participant: Alice Pride [Pryde] Role: witness Details: female Location: Orston (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thorraton) : undefined Participant: William Huggon [Huggen] Role: witness Details: male

    CP.H.1051

    [Ashton] Role: witness Details: male Participant: Robert Mason [Machon; Machyn; Matchon; Natchon] Role: witness Details: male; 34 Location: Thoroton (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thoroughton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Adam Scrinshaw [Skrinshawe] Role: witness Details: male Participant: Anthony Haslam [Haslam] Role: witness

    CP.G.2234B

    Place(s): Orston (Orston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: John Nail [Naile] Role: witness Details: male; 67/68; husbandman Location: Orston (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Thoroton (Thoroghton) : chapelry Orston (Orston) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Edmund Clayton [Clayton; Claiton] Role: witness Details: male; 70; cottar

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    31 May 1759, 31 May 1759

    Grace Bramley Widow, Thomas Bradjhaw Efquire, " Edmund Turner Efquire and Elizabeth his Wife, " Elizabeth Scholler Widow, and Thomas Thoroton u Efquire, may be required to anfwer the faid Ap- " peal:" It is Ordered, That the faid John Subscribers-only content

    21 November 1759, 21 November 1759

    Johnfon, Pierce Galliard, Elizabeth Garland, Philip Gell, Eliza¬ beth Crefwell, Arthur Bulkley, Thomas Cripps, Grace Bramley, Thomas Bradßaw, and Thomas Thoroton : Urqtiliart to cognizance on " hart may be permitted to enter into a Recognizance And alfo, the Anfwer Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1760, 4 February 1760

    Pierce Gal- liard, Elizabeth Garland, Philip Gell, Elizabeth Cref- well, Arthur Bulkley, Thomas Cripps, Grace Bramley, Thomas Bradfliaw, and Thomas Thoroton; and the joint and feveral Anfwer of John Ore/well, Edward Crefwell, Samuel Crefwell, Mary Crefwell, and Peggy Crefwell, Infants, Subscribers-only content

    27 February 1760, 27 February 1760

    ceafed." Somerby En- j^ Meffaere was brought from the Houfe of Commons, doolie, Bill. •»«¦ ci-7 j 1 by Mr. Thoroton and otiiers : With a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for dividing and en- " clofing the Open and Subscribers-only content

    21 March 1760, 21 March 1760

    for erecting Piers and other Works, for the Security A Meflage was brought from the Houfe of Commons,atldtheGover- by Mr. Thoroton and others : ^ To return the Bill, intituled, " An Aft to enable theEill- *• Governors of the Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Luwley, Bart. to M-ary Anne, eldest daughter of George Talbot, Esq. of Guiting, Gloucestershire. Thursday, at Lambeth Palace, *Thomas Thoroton, Erq. O Flintham blouse, Notts, to Anne Catherine, daughter of the late Jaeies Whyte, Esq. of Pilton House, Devon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'Mrs. Manner's Sutton. Sse was, before her marriage with the late. Archbishop of Canterbury, in 1770, a Miss Thoroton, daughter of T. Thoroton. Esq I and the issue of. her marriage with Isis Grace, whom she survived three year;s, were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. COURta OF ALDERMEN.-On Wednesday a Court of I ldernmen was held, at which Sir WV. Heygate moved that the rtsoluion of a preceding meeting be rescinded, and thtt tue Court should go up to address the Queen without Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    buildings, Salisbury square, commission agent. * H- Evans Stroul Kent, grocer's assistant. S. Luarb, Hatley Yorkabite, cloth drawer. J Hardey, Thoroton, Yorkshire, jonrneyman mechanic. Cw* Newvome, Batley, Yorkshire, clothier. J Rledgrave, Walcot square, Lambeth, out of business. * Switaeshank Pudsey, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as a magistrate without committing the accused.-Committed for trial. THREATENING THE PRSEMIER.-Mr Inspector Field, of the detective police, with Sergeant Thoroton, of the same force, on Thursday night, shortly after midnight, effected the capture of a man named Charles Gill, Subscribers-only content

 

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