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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Lidlington

    Leas, Haydon Hill , Fallowhill, Coningse Corner, Foxborough Hill , and Hallow Bottome. 8 In 1637 mention is made of Throp or Thruppe End, Battles End, Fryers, Church End and Bowden End . 9 The last is clearly discernible in

    Parishes Rothersthorpe Andrew. Gules a saltire or voided vert .

    1220 ); Torp (xi-xiii cent.); Thorpe , Throp (xiii-xviii cent.); Thrupp (xvi-xviii cent.); Troupe, Throope (xvi cent.); Ritheres- (xiiixvi cent.); Rethres- (xiv cent.); Rothers- (xiv cent. onwards); Ruddis- (xvi cent.); Ryther -, Rethes- (xvixvii cent.); Reresthorp (xix cent.). The civil

    St. Edmund Hall ST. EDMUND HALL

    . 1315. John de Cornubia or Eglosfeyl, M.A., 1317. Robert Luc de Cornubia, M.A., 1319. John de Bere, M.A., 1325. Throp , 1351. William Hamsterley , 1381. Edward Upton , M.A., 1384. Henry Cirencester or Rumworth, B.D., 1395. William Taylor

    Parishes Islip MAP OF ISLIP c. 1700

    201 The only feoffment for which evidence survives is the grant of a half-virgate in fee to one William de Throp ' about 1295 pro laudabili servicio . 202 In 1279 there were four freeholders in the vill of Islip

    Index

    of L. Heyford , 194 Throckmorton , Francis, conspi rator, 307-8; Geo., 308; Sir Hugh , 307- 8; John, 310 Throp ' , Wm. de, 213 Thwaites , Rob., master of Balliol Coll ., Oxf., and r. of Charlton ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lege bo f it' nor vas it by his direction that it was 9et, to yei and fur- 1her, that'he, Throp, was ignirafi-gf it ntil le saw it jn your paper.-I aulr, Sir, your bed e 't hunble: ser- pa3t, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    test surwrise an Sunda Last on .obrservi :a leter trnssuitte4you by Oilouel Smith,, of the above. tegrihent. asserting that. Richaret Throp was not the autheo of a publicatioir in your Faper of 30ith uit. q.n reply, I aski of wb4a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sen7zteJc consequent on that trial, bas not received flhe 00tice they merit. Capt 7p Was lp r<-;i cIted bi Pro'cte Throp, liosie charges resolv t . ,elves itao three heads :-Fraud, Beaci of D and CrzeOy'. . ta!ld T3he Fraud Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    possibtly inact to hint. Ynour corrcspoildcut J. 11. appears tE have lost s-ht of fil clarues originally predftxred by Hicuxard Throp a huittit Iis Colollel, ail of Iui inb hLi e pon oe asli t to be 01n0tlulitd by a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tiuej", eeiler Istm, 1410. " jjuntaiilly e letAire me this day RichaeJ Throp. a ,Jrlate iin tie Si Koa1 bgtment 2oIwer aiamtes lel"a, *80 soleninly sliv;eth; the Charges he preferred before a Court oi *Anqufrys:Xaffit &dsd ir#Aein SmifA and Ajutauil Subscribers-only content

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