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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of Catley

    a grange and some arable land at Walcote ; the church of Billinghay and the chapel of Walcote ; pasturage for 400 sheep in the two townships, and rights of fishing on Walcote marsh. The number of inmates was limited

    Parishes Grandborough

    its northern boundary and 1/4 mile distant therefrom, the tract between the road and the stream being formerly known as Walcote . A minor road lea ds southwest from the village down the centre of the parish to Calcutt ,

    Colleges Tattershall

    Moorby , Wilksby , Coningsby and Haltham , the moiety of the manors of Swinhope , Willoughton , Billinghay and Walcote , and the advowson of the church of Swinhope , and another moiety of the manor of Swinhope after

    Hospitals Lutterworth

    two watermills there, and property at Bitteswell , Cadeby , Aston Flamville , Sharnford , Shawell , Frowlesworth, Cottesbach, and Walcote (Leics.), Long Itchington and Hillmorton (Warws.), and Haselbech ( Northants .). The hospital was said to have been founded

    Houses of the Gilbertine order The priory of Sempringham

    the chapel of Pointon , the granges of Kirkby , Marham , Cranwell , Fulbeck , Thorpe , Bramcote , Walcote , Thurstanton, the hermitage of Hoyland , a mill in Birthorpe , half a knight's fee in Laughton (Locton),

  • * British History Online *

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    Aldermen of the City of London, Candlewick ward

    1380 22 William Badby, Grocer March 12, 1381 23 John Heende, Draper S. 1381 2. March 12, 1382 24 John Walcote, Draper Afterwards Alderman of Walbrook. March 12, 1383 25 Thomas Noket, Draper Formerly Alderman of Langbourn. March 12, 1384,

    Wills, 10 Henry IV (1408-9)

    after the Feast of S. Luke, Evangelist [18 Oct. ] . Walcote (John). To be buried near the chancel of the church of S. Nicholas Acon. Bequests to the said church, to divers orders of friars, and the work of

    The Register, Cartulary (62-125)

    street on the south and the garden of John Fitz Simond on the north. W: William Ven our, mayor, John Walcote and John Loueye, sheriffs, John Bonauntre, John de Dyke, John Sotheray de Wynchestre, John Lee. 21 Dec. 1389. 70.

    Chronological list of aldermen, 1302-1400

    Auditor, 1378, 1379, 1390, 1391. Will, September 8, 1400, enrolled April 17, 1402 [H.R. 130 (96) ] " " John Walcote, Draper Candlewick, 1382 3, 1392 1406, Walbrook, 1388 91 S. 1389 90, M. 1402 3 M.P. London, 1388, 1391;

    Aldermen of the City of London, Walbrook ward

    4.) Formerly Alderman of Cheap. March 12, 1386, 1387 19 William Olyver, Skinner March 12, 1388, 1389, 1390 20 John Walcote, Draper S. 1389 90. Formerly and afterwards Alderman of Candlewick. March 12, 1391, 1392, 1393 21 William Olyver, Skinner

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALCOTE, John (d.1407/8), of London.

    of certainty occurs in November 1364, when, as John Walcote junior, he was summoned to attend the husting court of London as a juror for Candlewick Street Ward. A John Walcote, draper of London, who was presumably his father, had

    GAWTRON, Walter (d.1433), of London.

    but also enabled him to acquire part of the extensive London properties built up by Joan’s father, the draper, John Walcote. Gawtron purchased the reversion of rents and tenements in six city parishes from Walcote’s executors in January 1412. We

    GIRDLER, alias VIRLY, Thomas (d.1390), of London.

    GIRDLER, alias VIRLY, Thomas (d.1390), of London. Constituency Dates London 1386 Ofifces Held Common councillor, Billingsgate Ward June 1384-aft. Mar. 1386; auditor, London 21 Sept. 1384-6. Ofifces Held Commr. to arrest counterfeiters and forgers, London July 1386. Ofifces Held

    POULTNEY, Sir John (c.1352-1428), of Poultney, Leics. and Shenley, Herts.

    was his financial expertise that within a few years he was able to purchase land in Newton Harcourt, Misterton and Walcote (also in Leicestershire), together with the manors of Ditton Camoys (Cambridgeshire), Shenley (Hertfordshire), Poplar (Middlesex) and Ospringe (Kent). He

    BARET, William (d.1411), of London.

    BARET, William (d.1411), of London. Constituency Dates London 1381 London Oct. 1383 London Feb 1388 Ofifces Held Tax collector, London Mar. 1377, May, Dec. 1384. Ofifces Held Alderman of Aldgate Ward 12 Mar. 1377-8, Lime Street Ward 1379-80, Walbrook

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    silvery sea into the destined haven. The principal actors in ' One Maiden Only' are Mr Spenser, the Rector of Walcote, his two adopted sons, Hartley and Geoffrey Leighton, and Beata Spenser, his daughter. Hartley leaves the quiet of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in tiIS district. The lirst witness called was Thomas Woodwvard, who said: I live with Mr. Richard Morgan, farcers, at Walcote, icc the parish of Haseler. On Monday last, the Stbh inst., between four and five o'clock in the morning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xx& 5ti. adk Thomas Jones, Edmund Street, LI. lo. (including pl., his own donation); Charle Phipps, Congrevq Street, lae. W. Walcote, Nowhall Street, iGB. ; H. Fuiford, Great Charles Street, 10sa. 2id. ; J. Edwards, Aston Road, - £2. los. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for the quality of electro-plate.o Your best security is the private giarantee of a respectable manufacturing firm. "M' C. aI.," Walcote. -WN cannot undertake to interpret the laws, elf ool-door or other garses. Rieference to an cxsperiscned cricketer should settle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRMINGHAMCOUNTY _OOUT sESTE>D4,Y. BEFORE nIR; MOTTERAM, Q.C., JUDGE. ALLEGED BRIAUC OF CONTRAO'T'.-Elizi Beanlards;' monthly nurse, Dolobran Road, Sparlibrook, v. Thomas KRidman Daniels, auctioneer, *Walcote, Lsiceitershfre.- This was an actioh to'recover' £5. 3s; ldaieagts -for breach' of contradt. The amount Subscribers-only content

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