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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Alkmonton

    Hospitals Alkmonton HOSPITALS 12. THE HOSPITAL OF ALKMONTON At Alkmonton , a township of Longford parish, Robert de Bakepuze, of Barton Blount (then called Barton Bakepuze) founded a hospital for female lepers, about 1100, having the common dedication of St.

    Religious houses of Derbyshire Introduction

    of St. Leonard , were established at an early date by the Normans at Derby , Chesterfield , Locko, and Alkmonton , and there was another early hospital dedicated to the honour of St. Mary between Castleton and Hope, known

    House of Knights Hospitallers The preceptory of Yeaveley and Barrow

    doubtless to board and lodging, and among other outgoings was a pension of 34 s . to the house of Alkmonton . The church of Barrow-on-Trent 9 was bestowed on the Hospitallers by Robert de Bakepuze as early as the

    Parishes Kingston Bagpuize

    29 Ralph, under-tenant of Henry de Ferrers in 1086 , 30 was the Ralph de Bagpuize who held Barton and Alkmonton in Derbyshire of Henry de Ferrers. 31 Ralph left a son and heir Henry, 32 who had been succeeded

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BLOUNT, Sir Walter (d.1403), of Barton Blount, Derbys.

    renamed as Barton Blount, became his principal residence), Bentley, Dalbury, Sapperton and Hollington and the advowson of the hospital of Alkmonton, Sir Walter also bought the manor of Allexton in Leicestershire. These acquisitions were initially entailed upon his eldest son,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £6, ; Earl of Hatrowby, Bandon Hall, 2ad, 24 six entries, Snnnr.-Leleater and other long-woolled breeds.- Bams: Mr. Edward Foster, Alkmonton, Derby, 1st prize, £5, and the soolety's silver medal, and 2ad, £3.; Mr. J. G. Watkins, Droitwich, highly commended; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £2., George Dryer, Markeaton; 3rd, £i1., Sansuel Saint, Allkusoatun. CLASS 25.-Five Long-woolled ewve lausbs : 1st prize, CS., Samuel Saint, Alkmonton; 2nd, £3., Charles Boseworth, Dishley. CLss 26.-Long-woolled ram of any age above a shearin"- 1st prize, £3., Mr. Thomas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S. Dale, M.A.,,Vicar of Diariord: Vicar of Lydd, Kent- patron, the Archbishop of Canterbury. Rev. W. B. 3learden, Vicar of Alkmonton, Derbyshire-patron, Mitr. T. W. Evans. Rev. W. J. Earle, curate; Rector of 3 Great Yeldnam, Essrex, and a Sarrogate Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    shares of.g3 each. - DIBECTOBS. 3ir Francis Knowles, Bert., M.A., F.ItS., Mayfield, Ryde, Isle of Wight, Chrirman.' Charles Dunlop, Esq., Alkmonton, Ashtsourrnc-grove, Dulwics, S.E. Johi Tucker, Eso., Talbot Hlouse,'Rickmanawsorth, Herts. SoLrcnToas.-MessrS. Birecall, Vood, and Co., 5, Mark-laun, E. O. BANrEls.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pole anl d John Leaper Newtoni, Efqrs. Cure ~~~~Kedlefloii Welton Uniderwood, Lord Sca~rfdale CieThomaus Windley Hill, & Burley TonaEvsfq CooperJohn Alkmonton Toa vnEq ¶Rev. Richard Rowland Ward, Committee of the Eatate Crackile Johno Dabry Leof Win. Cotton, Efq. *Croxall Jofeph Subscribers-only content

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