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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals West Tarring

    found in 1277 , when 'the warden of the house of St. Mary of Tarring' brought an action against Thomas le Waleys of Salvington touching a tenement in Salvington . 1 Pat. 5 Edw. I , m. 13 d .

    Mid Lavant Church of St Nicholas Lavant

    le Waleys . According to a statement made in 1288 William de St. George had held the 4 virgates of this serjeanty but they were at that date held by John le Waleys . 35 However, when John le Waleys

    Witney borough Economic history: ancient mills

    later 13th century, when Waleys and Woodford Mills were let together, usually to three or four tenants. 51 In 1301-2 the mills were briefly in hand, repairs including re-roofing at Waleys . 52 By 1306 the Waleys and Woodford mills

    Townships Welch Whittle

    land by grant of her former husband, Roger de Leicester . The Waleys family had but a short tenure; in a grant of land in Aughton John le Waleys is called 'of Whittle .' In a plea of 1301 it

    Townships Dalton

    Thurnham , probably held under the Hollands and their successors. 12 The Waleys portion was divided, half being given to a younger branch of the family. Richard le Waleys had a broth er Randle, whose son Richerit was a benefactor

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALEYS, Robert, of Ipswich, Suff.

    that while the same Parliament was in session Waleys stood surety at the Exchequer for Sir James Berners*, a knight of the King’s chamber and close friend of Richard II himself.[footnote]In 1386 Waleys became a trustee of a manor at

    WALEYS, Sir William (d.c.1408), of Glynde, Suss.

    WALEYS, Sir William (d.c.1408), of Glynde, Suss. Constituency Dates Sussex Nov. 1380 Sussex Oct. 1382 Sussex Feb 1383 Sussex Feb 1388 Sussex Nov. 1390 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Suss. Mar. 1377, May 1379, Mar. 1380. Ofifces Held Commr. to

    WALSH, John, of Suss.

    WALSH, John, of Suss. Constituency Dates Midhurst Nov. 1414 Biography In August 1408 John and Thomas Walsh II*, both described as resident in Sussex, were sureties in Chancery for Thomas atte Wrethe and his son, who were being sued

    RYDELERE, William I, of Horsham, Suss.

    Chichester in the sum of £150 16s.10d. to keep certain agreements made with Sir William Waleys*. Although they duly complied, Waleys persisted in suing on the bond, so that Rydelere and his colleagues had to have him summoned to appear

    STANSHAWE, Nicholas, of Kingrove and Stourden in Winterbourne, Glos.

    at some point before 1420, to an heiress named Margaret, who was a kinswoman, perhaps even the daughter, of Robert Waleys of Stourden. Waleys’s trustees settled upon her the manors of Stourden, Hinton and Hempton, along with the hundred of

  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 11 Henry IV (1409-10)

    Dated London, 14 October, A.D. 1409. Roll 137 (36). Monday the Feast of S. Dunstan, Bishop [19 May ] . Waleys (John), called "Conyesburgh," citizen and "pulter." To Sir John Whitby, rector of the church of S. Peter de Cornhill,

    Aldermen noted in other references sources

    xx. C. Welch. Sir Thomas Viner " " Robert Waithman " W. P. Courtney. 'Sir' [ sic ] Henry le Waleys vol. lix. C. Welch. Sir William Walworth " " Sir Patience Ward " " Sir Peter Warren " Sir

    Preface

    and the office became in consequence almost perpetual. Henry Waleys was Hervy's successor for one year; then Gregory de Rokesley (presently mentioned in the text) for seven years; and then Waleys for four years; after which the king seized the

    Aldermen of the City of London, Cordwainer ward

    Cordwainer ward CORDWAINER WARD. Henry le Waleys (or Galeys) S. 1270 1. M. 1273 4, 1281 4, 1298 9. [Acting Dec. 13, 1276, Acting July 26, 1294 ] 1 Re-elected June 16, 1293 [Letter Book C, fo. 6(xxx.) ] 1294

    Fathers of the City

    runs thus: c 1292 Henry le Waleys [Cordwainer ] 1294 Ralph le Blund [Bassishaw ] died c 1295. c 1295 Robert de Basyng [Candlewick ] c 1297 Stephen Eswy [Cheap ] 1298 Henry le Waleys (Mayor). c 1300 William le

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Alta Ripa. Rogo de Somy. Wal2o de Faucuberge. Johi de Bella Aqua. Thome fit Wifli de Creistok. Stepho le Waleys. Rofo de Colevile. Reginaldo de Wa?vile. Robo de Insula. Johi de Insula. Robo de Scales. Johi Filot. Robo de Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Mortirrle. Wilis de Hechingham. Robs de Burhasse. Johes de Monceux. Wilis de Hasting. Robs Passele. Thorn Pevereii. Ricus le Waleys. Wilis Ma use. Simon Pyrpound. Robs de Brakenberewe. Wilis le Bretun. Henf de Bayouse. Joh de Helcote. Robs de Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    de Boyvili. Petro Rocelyn. Roglo de Huntingfeld. Rico le Rus. Henf de Praers. Almarico de Noers. Thome Peverel. Rico le Waleys. Simoni Pifpound. Robto de Brakenberewe. Wifto le Breton. Henf de Bayouse. Robto de Vernon. Nicho Burdon. Rico de Vautort Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    des Eschalers. Rico de Cokfeud. Wiiio de Boyviii. Wiito de Pageham. Rogo fit Osbti. Hug de Sco Jobe. Rico de Waleys. De veniendo usq, Ebojs & exinde pfi- ciscendo ad ptes Scocie. Hug le Despea§. Eymero de Valenc. Petro Corbet. Subscribers-only content

    25 June 1824, 25 June 1824

    la Hyde. Rico de Aston. WlLTEs'. Jacobo de la Planche. Johi de Clynton. Galfrido de Scaweft. Johi Daungiers. Ingelramo le Waleys. Robto Martyn. Henf Toner. Wifto de Gryndenham. Regin de Eston. Wiftmo de Byngham. Henf de Erdyngtoii. Johi de Greynvift. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ithernatabideby the consequences. Thesecond letter is said to have contained an intimation that Parker meant to take a trip to Waleys, and that he might go to America. These letters, as has been statedl,were placed in the handsa of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A List of Pried free on flPfP1ell n. 6 Bels and M~ttre-%,es tume an- Tae ! 11perior Derhysliro andl NOrth Waleys jiR , Del OPPcr " -,02db tO WU StatloU in MidlaUd Co tlnti'lc t G. eJ. EVSON, COLLIERY OF.UICE,'3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for a erittinal K~e~loint. S ina lord, I toke it that a proseedt- hr ihel is 'I j *-4oc& e Waleys intitnted mnore or less to clear a i-ij~ 'reactor froar the charges which are brougith hni~shttuis: iep olly in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tons burthen, was launched on Saturday last from the building-yard of Mr. Waley's, of Thorn. She is the property of Wino. Staniland, Ehq., oif Selby, anid of Mr. Waleys, and is intended for the Mediterranean trade. Tera ALLEGED TRADES UNION Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tons burtheu, was launched on Saturday last from the building-yard of Mr. Waley's, of Theore. Sue is the property of Will. Staniland, E-q., of Selby, acid of AMr. Waleys, and is intended for the Mledliterranean trade. The Hon. and Rev. Subscribers-only content

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