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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Leckhampstead

    to Mary and Maud , the daughters and co-heirs of the second sister Elizabeth and of her husband Thomas de Aldon . 18 Sir William Heron , the second husband of Elizabeth Baroness Say , who held the overlordship rights


    ; he retained none of them in 1086 67 but besides Acton he held two manors, Smethcott and part of Aldon (in Stokesay ), whose histories 68 throw light on Acton Scott 's. Ealdraed's tenure of Acton may not have

    Parishes Wilsford

    (d. 1322), some time in the earlier 14th century. He granted a life estate in the lands to Thomas de Aldon , on whose death in 1361 the lands reverted to Edward's brother and heir Humphrey, earl of Hereford (d.

    Index A - Z

    Chas. and Thos. Ainge , Mary E., 49 Aldbourne , 290, 292 Aldermaston ( Berks .), atomic energy establishment, 260 Aldon , Thos. de, 208 Aldridge , Ric., 48 Aldrie , Wm. de, 89 Alexander , bp. of Lincoln ,

    Index A-J

    , n , Alcocke , Wm., Alcox , Edw., Aldenham (in Morville ) , Aldersene , Wm., and his s., Aldon (in Stokesay ) , Aldridge (Staffs.) , see Barr Beacon Alfred (?eponym of 'All' Stretton ) , Algeard (Eliard,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BURGH, Simon (d.c.1395), of Wimpole, Cambs.

    from nearly half of the annual farm of £9 3s.8d. initially demanded for the property. An association with Sir Thomas Aldon (for whom he acted as an attorney during his absence overseas) indirectly led to Burgh’s involvement in proceedings before

    FOX, Richard (d.1435), of Thonglands, Salop; Haselbeech, Northants and Arkesden, Essex.

    FOX, Richard (d.1435), of Thonglands, Salop; Haselbeech, Northants and Arkesden, Essex. Constituency Dates Shropshire 1417 Ofifces Held Commr. of weirs, Essex Feb. 1416; to raise royal loans Apr. 1431. Biography Richard was certainly a member of the Salopian family

    BURLEY, William (d.1458), of Broncroft in Corvedale, Salop.

    inherited some nine manors and other more scattered properties in Shropshire. He later added to these the manors of Thonglands, Aldon, Clongonford, Bromfield and Norton-in-Hales, in the same county, and land at Oakley in Staffordshire.[footnote] William followed in his father’s

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index of arms

    family there mentioned are described. A. Ainsworth , Page 463. Albany , 66. Aldeburgh , 410. Aldon , 495. Allanson , 323. Alsop , 323. Ambler , 31. Amcotts , 495. (Q). Apharry , 410. Armytage , 378. Ascough ,


    Vert a falcon rising of the field. 8. G. three crescents Erm. a border engrailed of the second borne by Aldon. George Wilmer, of Stratford-Bow, was son of George Wilmer by Susanna, daughter and coheir of Marmaduke Thwenge, of Yorkshire;

    Cases before the Committee, April 1649, 01 April 1649-30 April 1649

    on his own discovery, 70 l ., for debts and chattels value 1,400 l . 6 51 Henry Baugh, Lower Aldon, Co. Salop. Vol. G No. or p. P.E. 216 271 R. 216 267 28 April 1649. Compounds for delinquency Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1542, 26-30, 01 September 1542-30 September 1542

    to John Benson, parson of Richardes Castell), Hauford 9, Dynynchop 9, Cleyfelton and Whitbach 8, Burwey (Thos. Hopton, gent.) 2, Aldon 14 (among them servants of Mr. Vernon and John Baugh), Bromfyld 23, Church Stretton [and ] Stretton le Atle

    Henry VIII, Grants in July, 01 July 1538-31 July 1538

    Penshurst, Offham, Eicham alias Ightham, Litell Wroteham, Halsted, Donyngton, Lullyngston, Brampton, Chepsted, Ifeld, Parva Orpyngton, Aynesford, Frenyngham, Horton, Kirkeby, Heyver, Aldon, Fotiscrey, Northflete, Maydeston and Knoll, Kent (except the advowsons of the churches and vicarages of Chevenyng and Wrotham); which

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Wat~*Cle~~t. it rhepl Siahe anoe Cch-houne, large Garden, do.- ?~TO h LE, aconifortale FAMIJX -1~R`841_ P1ENE. NoT.: 1, Cluech Rood. Aldon, within three mlnutte el fte Railway Station;'centainlrk4 tweoparloura, Kttchene, fear.. Oid Prm.Coacb-beeee. Stabie. arnd good 'Garden.-Apply un'teIe tenloo~rto Mv;,Thornee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hull, West; S. Harvard, to Gravesend; W. Watson, to Douglas; T. Adams, to Wigan.; J. Lawton, to.Brlstol, South; W. 0. Aldon. to Burton-on-Trent; T. Close, to Gateshead; Ishmael Jones, to Stockport, .orth; H. -Valentine, to Newtewn; J. Hannah, to Splbalfields, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Three till Eight. Admissixon Twopence each The ASEMBLY BROOM will be OPEN for DNCING evenr MONDAY and SATURDAY. from a16111O.O3. Aldon. SiPace each._ ON EVERY FRIDAY. A GRAND MUSICAL PROMENADE, P rom Five till Eighb. When SYNNER and 01 MERIM Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jo~~~ad-ba PURMS . -usiB&in, or small j~. di eoe.~-move wihou trubleor i~5l50to the Vendor, WA~TRD. neor woP~auiles WSHIG, HIfrNGS T'RAlUGHTSfA A MTSD lea Tracer, for a permanent .L Sit-nation. Adrs,- ag.salary expected,. and where PA~o~slyr~roplo)~ Manager. Metrovoltina felil- wayO Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CONIMITEE. (F,'oni our )Aldon Rporter.) Yesterday, the Select Committee of the House of Commons om this subject met. again; the Eight Hon. W. E. Foraster, ILP., in the chtair. In accordance 'vith the announcement made at the previons sitting, the Subscribers-only content

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