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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durham cathedral Monastic buildings DEANERY. DURHAM : GROUND PLAN

    as Wessington 's Library, though it appears to have been completed before he became prior in 1416 . Some time between that year and 1446 he repaired the roof and put in a large five-light window at each end. Wessington

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of Darley

    in the vill and territory of Wessington . 30 These and other donations must have been a serious drain on the resources of a man of quite limited resources such as Ralph of Wessington ; but the explanation of this

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of St Leonard , Stamford

    658, But there is no clear proof. The only authority, as it is said above, is the statement of Prior Wessington : ' In Stamforth is a cell in honour of St. Leonard , founded first by St. Wilfrid, afterwards

    Friaries Friaries in Scarborough

    the land with the buildings on it adjacent to their area which he had of the feoffment of William de Wessington , tenant in chief. 18 In August 1323 Maud Brus, i.e., Maud Ughtred, gave them a small plot lying

    Durham cathedral Description of church

    its junction with the original stringcourse being masked by the finial of the western canopy. The Exchequer was built by Wessington ( 1416-1446 ) and pulled down about 1633-34 . The doorway is now blocked ; externally all traces of

  • * British History Online *

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    be Wessington, John de Wessington, Baldwyn de Schepesheved, Rouland de Patton, Thomas de Levenes, John Collan; D. at Sizergh. 1312 Agreement made on Sunday next after Michaelmas, 6 Edward 11, whereby Sir Walter de Stirkland granted to Robert de Wessington

    Strickland Ketel

    to gaol; Assize R. 1294, m. 13. 1293 Alice late the wife of John del Lyth demises to John de Wessington and Godyth his wife, for seven years, land, meadow, wood and the tenants with their tenements which she held

    Preston Patrick

    the Apostle, 22 Edward III, John, son of Sir Gilbert de Cullewen, knt., granted to Robert son of Robert de Wessington and his heirs estovers in his wood of Preston necessary for housebote and haybote for Robert's tenants in Nateland.

    Kirkby in Kendale, c.1100-1350

    side, and the messuage of Baldwyn de Schepeshefd on the other, to hold for 1d. at Christmas. Witnesses: Robert de Wessington, Baldwyn de Schepeshefd, Roland de Patton, Thomas son of William, Robert the smith, William son of John; D. at


    vill of Heversham. Witnesses: Sirs Nicholas de Laybourne, Thomas de Pykering, Robert de Askeby, knights; Henry de Wardecoppe, Robert de Wessington, Patrick de Culwen, Thomas de Alneto, John Collan, Richard de Dyrlay; Orig. at Levens. 1332 Qwynfel. Subsidy of a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -The Bishop of Liosfield has instituted the R1ev. John Woods, A A., late curate of tiddings, to the vicaragO of Wessington vacant by the preferment of the R1ev. I, J. W ilHlimeon, ikA., to the vicauage of St. George's, Water- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Caldicott (Eroneybourne), T. Higgins, Rinill (Camnden), Baylies (Welford), It. Tomes, V. Tomes, J. Lane (Broom Court), NV. Stephens, Oal- dicott (Wessington), Armytage, Wilson (Edstone), Holy- oake (Alne), George Adkins, S. Hearne, J. Bayzand, Cross (Hamn ton Lucy), Cross, jun., the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    conveyed to his son's house, and medical assistance called, but life was found to he extinct. The Church schoolroom at Wessington, near Alfreton, was on Sunday and Mrornday occupied by the Primitive Methodists of the parish, on the occasion of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Calieoruia, for Monterey, He contemplates the delivery of ia series of addresses in the principal cities of Ctli. fonial. At Wessington, Derbylshire, a young man named Dio- eletian Saunders accidentally shlie himself on Woduesday eveninig while getting over a fenco, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At thsl Manchester Police Conti, on Thttrsday, an elderly inan, who gave the name of the Rev. Jtones Mulikerns, of )Wessington Vicarago, Alfreton, Dertyslsirs, was oharge'l with being drunk and incapable,. Lato on Wednesday night hie was found lying in Subscribers-only content

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