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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wellesbourne with Walton

    Parishes Wellesbourne with Walton WELLESBOURNE WITH WALTON Wellesbourne Hastings, with Walton : Acreage: 2,953. Population: 1911, 682; 1921, 689; 1931, 710. Wellesbourne Mountford: Acreage: 1,653. Population: 1911, 676; 1921, 582; 1931, 623. The Wellesbournes form an irregular block of country

    Parishes Walton Cardiff Walton Cardiff village

    Parishes Walton Cardiff WALTON CARDIFF Walton Cardiff is a small rural parish which adjoins Tewkesbury on the south-east. It was in fact part of Tewkesbury parish until the 17th century, when the inhabitants of Walton struggled for and won parochial

    Townships Walton

    John de Walton of Eccleston , granted to Sir Richard de Molyneux of Sefton all his lands, & c., in Walton in 1434 ; Croxteth D. Bb. i, 13. Roger Walton of Walton , Elizabeth widow of Thomas Walton ,

    Parishes Walton

    Parishes WaltonWALTON Wauton (xiii cent.). Walton is a small parish of 772 acres, of which 202 acres are arable land, 5 acres woods and plantations and the rest permanent grass. 1 The land lies low, and in the neighbourhood

    Parishes Walton

    Longleat MSS. 6162, 6211. Ibid. 6314-15 . Ibid. Walton 8. Ibid. Longleat MS. 6162. Ibid. Walton 10. Ibid. Walton 285. Ibid. Walton 16. S.R.O., D/P/walt 20/1/1. Longleat Ho ., Longleat MS. Walton 16. S.R.O., DD /SAS (C/114) 13; D/P/walt 3/3/3.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    same to yourself from Dear Jack, Yr. affectionate Cousin, GRONOW OWEN. Walton, March the 18th, 1754. Direct to me as follows:- To the Rev. Mr. Gro. Owen at Walton near Liverpool. turn at Chester.- N.B.-Ni chyst y ilythyr yma ddim Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fr, 3foiidebi'Jones (Mit.),'405; ;Mr,.'W :WiiiQi:B {W.X '396. ' oedd y'rhaica ol ' yn yn:geiwvyr "aillwyd'diafts ':-Mri.' G:. Caisarick, 390; A'4 !Walton, :361', J. -A. Cobb, '323; A. 6rge, 224.' Saith1lqel~y . , welir oedd y' iifer angerfrhbidiol i' gyfansoddi y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ReeshPiillips, Mr. David Davies, Gros gam, Miss Janette Hopkins, Aberadon, ' Ar yr Sfed cydsol, yn eglwys y piwf, Walo-on-ib-h-ill, Walton, gan y Parch. T. Hornhy llear, Mr. Edward Wlpliams, Stationer, Bagfllt, & Marriet, g ferCh M r. EdwardHewgae7 60, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    briJ iawn gan y Parclm. Owen Thomas, a, % nHughea. WedI hyny ftordwyd yn orymdaith, an aed o fyuwent eglwyz Walton, lie y daIrlIenwyd gwseanaeth ladded- 1 igaeth Egl1wys Loegr, Oadawodd y brawd ymadawedig weddw t I aphedwar obl~t anddifad'i Subscribers-only content

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

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    CP.I.2482

    sentence Outcome: Date: 1795 - 1795 People & Places Participant: HenryOvington [Ovington] Role: plaintiff Details: male; Gentleman Participant: AgnesGoodall [Goodall] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Walton(Walton) : undefined Cannot identify; document describes Walton as 'in the diocese of York'.

    TEST.CP.1717/10

    Deceased Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: LeonardHick [Hick] Role: testator Details: male; Deceased; Executor of the last will and testament of John Hick, deceased, late of Walton Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical

    CP.I.536

    (character) Details:2 Pieces; No deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1706 - 1706 People & Places Participant: HarmondJohnson [Johnson] Role: plaintiff Details: male Participant: HenryGoodyear [Goodger] Role: defendant Details: male Location: Sandal Magna (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : undefined

    CONS.CP.1819/5

    Linen Weaver Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Paul [Powell] Role: witness Details: male; 28 Employment: Cordwainer Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish

    CP.I.3121

    Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: HenryHick [Hick] Role: witness Details: male; 67 Employment: Farmer Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton(Walton) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: RichardHartley [Hartley] Role: witness Details: male; 66 Employment: Farmer Location: Walton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Walton

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALTON, George (1540-1606), of Great Staughton, Hunts.

    subtle man’, and when this fell through, Walton perhaps thinking better of it, he gave the same Beverley a 21-year lease of the manor on advantageous terms in 1562. Worse, Beverley contrived for Walton to be bound in the sum

    WALTON, Ralph, of Sharnbrook, Beds.

    and a kinsman named Adam Walton pledged their estates in the county as security for a debt of £10 which they then owed Edward III’s queen, Philippa. In May 1366, Sir Robert Rous chose Walton to supervise his affairs in

    WALTON, James (1479/80-1546/50), of Preston, Lancs.

    James the younger claimed to have inherited from his father, here named Richard. The elder Walton had bequeathed the lease to Alice with remainder to his ‘cousin’ James Walton, who was perhaps a son of Thomas Walton of Bermondsey, Surrey.[footnote]

    FAIRFAX, Thomas II (c.1575-1636), of Gilling Castle and Walton, Yorks.

    1634, Fairfax asked to be buried at Walton. To his second wife, a protestant, he left £100, his best, coach and four of his best horses. He left £10 to the poor of Walton and £10 to the poor of

    FOLJAMBE, Godfrey (1527-85), of Walton, Derbys.; Riby, Lincs. and Aldwark, Yorks.

    (1527-85), of Walton, Derbys.; Riby, Lincs. and Aldwark, Yorks. Constituency Dates Derbyshire 1558 Ofifces Held J.p. Derbys. 1561-d., q. by 1569; sheriff, Notts. and Derbys. 1566-7, Derbys. 1578-9; commr. to inquire into Jesuits and seminarists, Derbys. 1585. Biography Godfrey Foljambe

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Jane Weardon

    Details Jane Weardon in religion Anna Born in Walton Died 1815 10 Aug in Caverswall

    Anne Howell

    Details Anne Howell in religion Theresa Joseph Born 1765 in Walton Died 1840 2 Mar in Bruges mother Elizabeth Howell father Thomas Howell

    Mary Howell

    Details Mary Howell in religion Elizabeth Born 1772 19 Apr in Walton Died 1825 10 Jul in Bruges

    Catherine Bamber

    Details Catherine Bamber in religion Ignatia of the Holy Ghost Born 1722 in Walton Died 1783 19 Dec in Hoogstraten, Flanders mother Elizabeth Gradwall father George Bamber

    Helen Coop

    Details Helen Coop in religion Dorothy Leopoldina of Divine Providence Born 1730 in Walton Died 1805 3 Jan in Canford mother Emerentiana Heas father Mr George Coup

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 5, page 917 (1563)

    as followeth.Seton.To the iiij. article, he sayeth that before the sayde byshops commyng vp to London frō his house at Walton, whiche was a lytle before the kynges visitation, the sayde byshop, hearing that the sayd visitation should be shortly

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    of the Scripture, and perswading him to har-ken to the same.Robert Carder.Richard Butler hys brother.Henry Vulman of Vxbridge.Rich. Asheforde of Walton, otherwisecalled Richarde Nashe, or Rich.Tredway.VV. King of Vxbridge.VV. A-merydendid detectIsabellTracherwife ofIohn Tracher.Because she came not to thechurch ofter on

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lyncolne.

    ofthe Scripture, & perswadyng him to har-ken to the same. Robert Carder.Richard Butler his brother.Henry Vulman of Vxbridge.Rich. Ashford of Walton, otherwysecalled Rich. Nash, or Rich. Tredway.W. King of Vxbridge. W. Ameryden did de-tect Isabel Tra-cher wyfeof Ioh. Tra-cher.Tho. Cle-ment

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    owneScripture, and perswa-brother.ding him to harken to thesame.Robert Carder.Ienkin But-Richard Butler his brother.ler did ap-Henry Vulman of Vxbridge.peachRich. Ashforde of Walton, otherwise calledRich. Nash, or R Tredway.W. King of Vxbridge.Because she came not tothe Churche ofter on thewoorke dayes, being

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    Commissarye to the Bishop of London of the other party, witnesseth that Roberte Colman of Walton in the County of Essex labourer, Iohn Winseley of Horsley Magna in the said Countie, Spinster, Steuen Glouer of Raylye, in the County aforesaid

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Friday 3rd February 1837

    us that the old woman was called Kelm, lived in her house, and received ½ a crown a week from Walton . Her own name she said was Brittle; she is a tall fine person. - At a little after

    Wednesday 13th July 1842

    - At ½ p. 4, I drove out with dear Alexandrine, Albert & Ernest riding in front. We drove to Walton & got out there, & walked over the house. - Mama (whom we contrived to lodge for the night)

    Saturday 27th July 1839

    but Lord M. was very anxious they shouldn't keep it longer than the 5th or 6th. “I'm going down to Walton ”( Lord Tankerville 's place)“tonight,” said Lord M.; “I shall be back in the morning early.” I said how

    Sunday 28th July 1839

    The accounts of dear Lady Portman are good. I heard from Lord Melbourne who had returned, and seemed pleased with Walton ; Lord and Lady Holland , his sister and Fanny , Lord Palmerston, Mr. Allen , and Mr. Thomson

    Sunday 23rd May 1841

    upon the Leatherhead road, coming to a Common where we were obliged to turn round again & then drove to Walton , getting out there. Ld Tankerville 's new house is very fine, quite in the Italian style, & handsomely,

 

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