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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St John the Baptist , Winchester

    from the Black Book of Winchester that town assemblies were frequently held here in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. The Trussell MSS. state, indeed, that this use of the hospital hall for municipal purposes was coeval with its foundation. 'Yt

    Parishes Shottesbrook

    and vintner of London , 29 who in 1335 enfeoffed William Trussell , son of William Trussell of Kibblestone, c o. Stafford , 30 called the king's yeoman. 31 Trussell founded a college in the manor for a warden, five

    Parishes Billesley BILLESLEY HALL Sketch Plan

    the Botelers of Oversley. William Trussell in 1242 was holding Billesley of Maurice le Boteler, 15 and in 1315 William le Boteler held it of the Earl of Warwick . 16 But in 1285 William Trussell was holding Billesley as

    Parishes Eaton Hastings

    de Penbrugge and Margaret ( Trussell ) his wife 19 in tail, with remainder to her cousin William Trussell . 20 Margaret died childless, 21 but her cousin and heir William son of Laurence Trussell confirmed the estate in 1407

    Parishes Nuthurst

    Edmund Trussell , who in that year had a grant of free warren 10 and licence to impark his wood in Nuthurst . 11 In this family it remained for 300 years. In 1432, on the death of William Trussell

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TRUSSELL, Sir John (c.1349-1424), of Gayton, Northants.

    Richard Trussell, probably one of Sir John’s relations, who had previously offered bail for the lollard priest, Ralph Clark of Coventry. We may perhaps conclude that whereas the charge of out and out heresy cannot be proved against Trussell, who

    TRUSSELL, Sir William (c.1385-1464), of Elmesthorpe, Leics. and Warmingham, Ches.

    Leicester Oct. 1440. Biography That this shire knight ever became heir to the extensive Trussell estates was due to the failure of his wealthy kinswoman, Margaret Trussell, wife of Sir Fulk Pembridge* of Tong castle, to produce a child. Margaret

    TRUSSELL, Sir Alfred (or Avery) (b.bef.1349), of Nuthurst, Warws.

    TRUSSELL, Sir Alfred (or Avery) (b.bef.1349), of Nuthurst, Warws. Constituency Dates Warwickshire 1399 Warwickshire 1401 Warwickshire 1402 Warwickshire 1407 Ofifces Held Commr. of array, Northants. Dec. 1399, Sept. 1403, Warws. Mar. 1419; inquiry May 1403 (disseisin), July 1411, June

    PEMBRIDGE, Sir Fulk (d.1409), of Tong castle, Salop.

    was from her cousin on her father’s side, Sir William Trussell, that Margaret inherited her most substantial properties. In 1371 Sir William had settled one of his manors, Acton Trussell (Staffordshire), on the Pembridges for life, but their title was

    SUTTON, Henry (d.1416), of Ditchford, Warws. and Averham, Notts.

    Trussell*, and Robert Hugford*, suggests that he, too, was one of Earl Richard of Warwick’s circle; and it was with Trussell that he was returned for Warwickshire to the Gloucester Parliament of 1407. His place of residence was given as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £10., exhibitor, J. E. Bennett, Esq., The Grsge, PHusbands Boswvorthe, Leicestersieire. Second ditto, £,5., exhibtr B. E. Bennett, Esq., Mlarston Trussell ; Hall, Nerthansptonsltro ; reder, dirWilliin, Hughes, diarnaryn, useer Llangefni, Angiesey. EXeRA. CLAsses, for anineals not qualified to counpete Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for his red and white Bull, Victor, bred by Col. Pennant. A third animal, exhibited by Mr. William Marson, Acton, Trussell, wsis commended. Class 2 (four entries).-£3. for the best pair of Milking Cows, to Mr. George Bickford, Paradise, for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sir. W. Miarson, Acton Trussell, Stafford, bred by exhibitor. Commended, F. Whit- greave, Esq., Burton Mlanor, Stafford, bred by exhibiter. Class 16.-Twinters in calf, of a mixed breed: 1st prize, £1., Mr. IV. Marson, Acton Trussell, Stafford (calved November 18th, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of animals of all descriptlons: CATTL.-The best bull, under three years of age: lsb prize, £4., Mr. W. Marson, Aoton Trussell; 2nd, £2, Mr. William asafen. Iorton Gaines. Pair of milkng cows: lst prize, £23., Mr. W. Marson; 2nd, £L Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    good."_Sir Digby Cayley, of Broinpton: ' It gives me complete satis- faction, and is wonderfully good. '--Rev. W. Law, Marstons Trussell Rectory: " Very chienlt and maore thaLn eiisal to my expectations."- Major Strkey, of Wl enhurY: " Quite as Subscribers-only content

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