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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Wallingwells

    House of Benedictine nuns The priory of Wallingwells HOUSE OF BENEDICTINE NUNS 2. THE PRIORY OF WALLINGWELLS Ralph de Chevrolcourt (or Caprecuria) in the time of Stephen granted, with the consent of his heirs, to Almighty God and the Blessed

    Religious houses Introduction

    controlled by the home diocesan after a fashion unknown in most alien priories. Benedictine nuns had a small priory at Wallingwells . Those reformed Benedictines known as Cluniacs and Cistercians were each represented on Nottinghamshire soil, the former by the

    House of Gilbertine canons The priory of Mattersey

    the church of Mattersey , of the fee of Lancaster ; with 4 s . rent from the nuns of Wallingwells ; an oxgang and a half at Finningley, of whose gift they are ignorant; half an oxgang at Morton

    Townships Westleigh

    to the priory of Wallingwells . In that year five Lancashire knights were commissioned to take an assize of darein presentment at Lancaster between Adam son of John (de Westleigh ) and the prioress of Wallingwells , between whom there

    Houses of Cistercians nuns Priory of Keldholme

    Mary within fifteen days to Swine, Joan within three weeks to Nun Appleton , and Anabilla within a month to Wallingwells , there to perform the penances imposed upon them. 16 The stern action of the archbishop had, however, little

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WHITE, Thomas (1667-1732), of Wallingwells, Notts.

    (1667-1732), of Wallingwells, Notts. Constituency Dates East Retford 15 Apr. 1701 East Retford 1701 28 Nov. 1702 East Retford 1708 11 Jan. 1711 East Retford 1715 30 Sept. 1732 Ofifces Held Clerk of the Ordnance 1718-d. Biography White came of

    WHITE, John (1699-1769), of Wallingwells, Notts.

    (1699-1769), of Wallingwells, Notts. Constituency Dates East Retford 26 Jan. 1733 31768 Biography In 1733 White succeeded his father unopposed at Retford, which he represented for 35 years, travelling to London each session in a coach and six, attended by

    TAYLOR, Richard (c.1649-99), of Wallingwells, Notts.

    old nunnery at Wallingwells, just to the north of East Retford. Taylor, like his father, seems to have been a Nonconformist; Eliezer Heywood, son of the Presbyterian diarist, Thomas, spent over 20 years as chaplain at Wallingwells, an association which

    WHITE, Thomas II (1667-1732), of Wallingwells, Notts.

    II (1667-1732), of Wallingwells, Notts. Constituency Dates East Retford 15 Apr. 1701 East Retford Dec. 1701 28 Nov. 1702 East Retford 1708 11 Jan. 1711 East Retford 1715 30 Sept. 1732 Ofifces Held ?Gent. of the Ordnance, Whitehall 1700; first

    WHITE, John (1699-1769), of Wallingwells, Notts.

    (1699-1769), of Wallingwells, Notts. Constituency Dates East Retford 26 Jan. 1733 1768 Biography John White’s father represented Retford for twenty years between 1701 and 1732, and his maternal grandfather from 1690 to 1698. White, in addition to his family interest,

  • * British History Online *

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    1256 (39). -, chapel in, dean of. See London, John (1536); Underhill, John (resigned). -, priory, dissolved, g. 597 (45). Wallingwells (Wollyngwell) nunnery, Notts., 364 (p. 138), 633, 1238 (p. 516). Wallmar. See Walmer. Wallop , Sir John, ambassador in

    Letters and Papers, December 1539, 11-15, 01 December 1539-31 December 1539

    lands n Staffordshire. London, 14 Dec. Hol., p . 1. Add . 14 Dec. R. O. 681 . NUNS of WALLINGWELLS. Names and pensions of the late prioress and nuns of Wallyngwells, Notts, which surrendered 14 Dec. 31 Hen. VIII.,

    Yorkshire Fines, 1601, 01 January 1601-31 December 1601

    gent. Anthony Alsoppe, gent., and Jane his wife Manor of Letwell and a messuage with lands in Letwell, Gyldingwells, Langold, Wallingwells, and St. John's. Robert Mote, gent., and Henry Ryley Walter Stubley and Elizabeth his wife Lands in Bentley and

    Index, G, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    (16) -, -, letter to, II. 186 (16 ii.) -, (Goldesbrughe), Thos., I. 1159 ii. Goldsmith , Marg., abbess of Wallingwells, I. g. 1103 (17). Goldsmiths , the, II. 516. Goldwell , Thos. See . Canterbury, Christchurch, prior of -,

    Index of places, K-Z

    113, 116. Walkyngham als . Wawkyngham Hill , 34. Wallerthwaite , 109, 152. Walleshall als . Little Haughton , 53. Wallingwells , 164. Wallonhead (read Waltonhead), 160. Walshford als . Washeford , 173. Walshforth , 39. Walton , 30, 66,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.3192

    Willoughby (Willoughby) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Worksop (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Priory of Worksop (Workesoppe) : religious house Location: Wallingwells (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Priory of Wallingwells(Wallingwells) : religious house Location: Greasley (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Greasley (Grisley) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Kimberley (Norfolk) Place(s):

    CP.H.4697

    Wolds (Willoughbie) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Worksop (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Priory of Worksop (Worksopp) : religious house Location: Wallingwells (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Priory of Wallingwells(Wallingwells) : religious house Location: Greasley (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Greasley (Grysley, Grisley) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Greasley (Nottinghamshire)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Miss m ug Macpherson, for her emigration for boys.-Of Sir Thomas be Wvoollaston White, Bart., J.P., DL., late of Wallingwells, . ^s near Worksop, Notts; personalty exceeding £21,000.- Thn n Of Mrs. Blary Ann Sussnnah -Booth, late of Liswroney, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and foi'. Inv days; the Gentlemen v. Players' match being fied for a week later. ' Mr. W. Jessop, of Wallingwells, the owner of a ?am estate in East Yorkshire, has intimated his iatentio j Ireturning his tenanis half their Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    opening the case, said the plaintiff was head gamekeeper in the employ of Mr. William Jessop, a landowner living at Wallingwells, near Worksop, and having estates at Huggate, near Pocklington. The defendant was a tenant of Mr. Jessop. Some two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Lbte WILLIAM I't1titE, Esq., The Hall. Markham, _ .0 and niece of Sir Thomas Wollaston White, Bart., of Wallingwells, _ I, Notts, It Sauce day, at St. Mary's church, Whitby, by the Rev. Win. Keane, _ re Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The Noble Lord was supported by F. t. S. Foijambe, Esq. Ma., the other member; Sir T. W. White, Bart., Wallingwells; J. 3. Machin, Esq., and H. Beevor, Justices of North Nottingham; and the leading agriculturists of the district W. Subscribers-only content

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