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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks Abbey of Merevale

    subsequent benefactors. 2 Later in the same reign the church of Orton on the Hill , with the chapels of Twycross , Gopsall, and a moiety of the manor with the advowson of Baxterley were given to the monks. In

    Parishes Waterperry

    Home Close. 319 By 1787 Twycross was 'much disordered', and serving Waterperry with a curate. 320 His successor, Henry Gabell , a master at Winchester College , was non-resident, and hired non-resident curates. 321 While Twycross was vicar services were

    Parishes Ansley

    Hall , 62 from whom the impropriation has descended to Sir William S. F. Dugdale , bart. CHARITIES Charities of Twycross and Perkins. John Perkins by will dated 1 April 1618 devised to trustees two closes called the Newes, the

    The City of Coventry Charities for the poor

    1625, left to the corporation his manor of Wilbraham Anglesey and property in Great and Little Wilbraham (Cambs.), Norton juxta Twycross (Leics.), and Brinklow in trust that the residuary profits from these estates, subject to payments of £30 to the

    Parishes Atherstone

    on property at Atherstone . William Symonds by will dated in 1687 gave the profits out of certain lands in Twycross , together with a yearly sum of £5 payable out of land in Mancetter , to be expended in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cabinet-maker. At- torney, Mr. Young. far -lane. D. Long, Newbury, Berks fire, gun-inaker. Attornies, Messrs. Bousfield and Williu,.i., &osverie-street,'Flret-streret. 1. Twycross, Westbourn, Sussex, fellinonger. Attorney, Mr. Guile, Bedford-row. SATURDAY'S LJONDON GAZETTE. B ANKRUPTS. J. Harman, Lower Thanies-street, merchant. Attornies, Messrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Strangwtkys, Barnard's inn. W. Abbott, Berrmondsey street, Southwark, cordweiner. [Whitely, Tokenhouse yard. R. Lee, Kingslaud green,bill-broker. (Stratton, Shoreditch. R. Wheadley, Twycross, Leicestershire, victualler. (Hicks, Bartletts buildings. W. Booth, Liverpool, boot factor. (Taylor, Clement's inrn. T'. T. Metcalfe, Leeds,surgeon. (Stammersa Coleman Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent, builders-B. Vick and T. Jones, New srrest, Borough road, Surrey, japanners-il. and J. Sharples, Dick Bridge, Lancashire, cotton spinners-1. Twycross and G. Naires, Red Lion Cost Whorl', City, and Richard's place, Webber street, Surrey cat merchants-1. E. Duggan, T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of its difficulties or anxious to serve party ends by im- mediate action. THE LISBON STEAM TRAMWAYS. The case of Twycross against Grant and others again stands adjourned until the 7th of next month. The trial, it may be remembered, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Mr. Cross must be, they have reason on their side when they petition for an inquiry. The case of Twycross against Grant and others has ended in what substantially amounts to a finding for the plaintiff. The jury have Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, T, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    , Rob., 152. Twistleton , Sir John, 226. -, Sir Phil., 92, 164, 209, 211. -, Col., 19, 71, 113. Twycross , co. Leicester, 163. Tyhurst , John, 366. Tyler , Mr., 65. Tynemouth , co. Northumberland, 416 (2). - Subscribers-only content

    General Index, T, U, V, 20 June 1636-14 April 1637

    Tuttle , see Tothill. Twickenham Park, Middlesex, document dated from Twigden , John warrant to Twitnam , see Twickenham Park. Twycross , co. Leicester Twysden , Charles, Chancellor of the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry, orders of Thomas Tydde , Subscribers-only content

    Volume 183, October 1658, 16-30, 01 October 1658-31 October 1658

    [ page . ] Annexing , 43 . I. Warrant by Fras. Shute for committal of Rich. Farmer, jun., of Twycross, for disturbing divine worship there, on 27 June 1658, to be kept till set free by order of law Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 332, September 20-30, 1636, 20 September 1636-30 September 1636

    part of his diocese, to admonish Mr. Turner to provide a sufficient curate to officiate divine service and preach at Twycross. If Mr. Turner neglect, then Sir John Lambe is to appoint, and if Sir John neglect, then Sir Thomas Subscribers-only content

    Maycock - Mynne

    Herne pr, 3 Jun 1702 f Charles Moore of Stretton, Derbs, and Appleby Parva, Leic, m Cecily Yates of Norton, Twycross, Leic, mar 1652, Mary Maddox/Madden (7) East India merchant (held £25,000 Old C stock in 1691, and £28,849 in


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