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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Grey friars of Colchester

    of the house, the hall called 'le olde halle,' the house called 'le fermerye,' the chambers called ' Syr Thomas Tyrrells lodgynge,' the kitchen, the bakehouse, the brewhouse, two little gardens and four acres of land. On 8 July, 1544

    Parishes Stowood

    ft., with three small rooms and three garrets, and was given rent-free to the keeper of the forest by the Tyrrells . 9 The third farm, Folly Farm, formerly Whistler's Folly, 10 has two old cottages of rather similar appearance.

    Parishes Shotover

    acquired some rents in the forest. 70 The lease was renewed for 31 years in 1666 , 71 and the Tyrrells continued to be Crown lessees until 1742. Timothy the younger, who died in 1701 , was succeeded by his

    Parishes Sopley

    of NORTHAVON or AVON TYRRELL (Avere, xi cent.; Havenes, xiii cent.; Northavene, xiii and xiv cent.; Avene, xiii-xvi cent.; Advent Tyrrells , xvi cent.; Avent Terrell, xvii and xviii cent.). In 1086 there were two estates in Avon , the

    Parishes Wood Eaton

    when Richard Nourse 's son Henry was baptized in the church. 75 They may have acquired the manor through the Tyrrells , for John Nourse 's second wife Philippa was the daughter of Sir Edward Tyrrell of Thornton (Bucks.). 76

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SANDELL, Leonard (by 1533-70), of Hatfield Peverel, Essex.

    patron of Orford, William Willoughby, 1st Baron Willoughby of Parham; he may already have been related to Willoughby through the Tyrrells of Little Warley, Essex, or have been brought into contact with him through a brother-in-law, (Sir) Edward Madison. Sandell’s

    TYRRELL, Maurice (by 1520-63 or later).

    1551 was John Campanett, then or shortly afterwards a Member for Peterborough. Campanett himself may have been related to the Tyrrells through his marriage to Margaret Lynne, Sir John Tyrrell’s first wife having been a Lynne of Southwick, Northamptonshire. Nowell’s

  • * British History Online * *

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    Elizabeth I: volume 203, March 1599, 01 March 1599-31 March 1599

    O'Molloy hurt with an enchanted weapon " (p. 4). " Old Tyrrells and new Tyrrells, a whole country full, in a county called Westmeath" (p. 5.) "The old Tyrrells came over at the first conquest of Ireland, and were of Subscribers-only content

    County of Kent, Beckenham

    of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. After Sir William Brandon's death, she married William Malory, Esq. The alliances of the Tyrrells, Dalstons, and Curwens are taken from St. George's Visitation of Cumberland, in the College of Arms. The alienation from

    Index, U - Z, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    , , country forces of, 463. , , gentlemen of, slain, 463. , , forces in, 464. , , the Tyrrells of, 505. , , sheriff of. See Shaen, Francis. Westminster , 321, 830, 490. Westmoreland , Earl of, a Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 January 1598-31 March 1599

    the invasion of Munster, 366. , , "another mining devil," 505. , , outrages by, 505. , , further movements of, 506. , Walter, 505. , signification of, in Irish, 505. Tyrrells , the old, 505. , the new, 505. Subscribers-only content

    Index, T, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Sir John, II. 911 ii.. -, (Tyrell), Sir Thos., II. 81: g. 1150 (42). -, -, letter from, II. 81. Tyrrells , the Irish family, II. 729 (4, p. 261). Tyrwhitt (Turryt) , Dr., II. 911 ii.. -, (Trewhytt), Philip,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    with persnalty as stated: Of Mr. Ro CUnlife. of Tyrrells Wood, Leather. head, Sur~rey, and 69, Cromwell Road, Sot Kenngton; £1,134.737.-.Qf Mr. Nathaniel Bake of Westborg., Rusholme, Xanchese;: 6105,112.-4Zf the CQznmea- datore Henry Burnley Veath, Italian Conpul-General of 4, Astwood Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    last year. SwrEDENnORGIANS.-Thiis denomination of Christians have recently held meetings for worship in the spacious lecture room of Mr. Hill, Tyrrells, Bradford. The Rev. David flow- arth, from Manchester, one of their ordinary priests, preached two sermons last Sunday on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CATTLE SHOW OF THE KILWARLIN AND CASTLEREAGH FARMING SOCIETY. (FROM1 OUR OWN REPORTER.) Tan ninth annual exhibition in conuexion with this flourishing society was held in the Market Place, Hillsborough, yesterday, and was considered to be the bout thet Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday. The jury returned a verdict of "Accidental death. " PRESENTATION TO DR. GOo. TsRRELL.--When it became known that Dr. Tyrrell's state of health was such as to render it necessary that he should retire from his profession of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Canada; and some of his editions of the Classics were familiar to the gene- ration that preceded our own Parlmers, Tyrrells, I and Davies. The next name noted in the Calendar- for dis- Ltinction won abroad is that of the Subscribers-only content

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