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    Parishes Amington and Stonydelph

    south to Amington Colliery and then south-west to Glascote Heath on the road from Tamworth to Atherstone . Between this road and the Watling Street , which forms the southern limit of the parish, is Stonydelph. MANORS AMINGTONAMINGTON has

    Corrigenda to volumes I-VII

    'Theydon' " " 274 a , line 27, for ' Staffordshire ' read 'Shrepshire' Index vol., page 3, s.v . Amington , with Stonydelph, delete full point at end of entry and add '; and see Kingswood .' " "

    The borough of Tamworth

    ancient ecclesiastical parish of Tamworth and formerly chapelries or hamlets thereof remain in Warwickshire and constitute the modern parishes of Amington with Stonydelph, Bolehall with Glascote , and Wilnecote with Castle Liberty . Certain adjustments of the boundaries between the

    Parishes Bolehall and Glascote

    BOLEHALL BOLEHALL was presumably originally part of Amington . In 1198 Osbert de Clinton made an agreement with Hawise Burdet and her son Ralph about the site of his mill of Bolebridge in Amington ; 1 but nothing appears to

    Parishes Newton Regis

    of the moiety in 1399 . 32 Joan the eldest daughter married as her second husband Sir Thomas Clinton of Amington , 33 and as his widow in 1453 had licence to convey 'the manor' of King's Newton to six

    Colleges Tamworth , St Edith

    in 1292 19 and thereafter remained unchanged until the dissolution of the college: a dean, who held the prebend of Amington , and five canons, who held the prebends of Bonehill , Coton , Syerscote, Wigginton (or Wigginton and Comberford

    Parishes Middleton

    In 1246 Philip Marmion, his heirs, and their wives gained the right to fish in Thomas de Clinton's river at Amington when staying at their manor of Middleton , but with certain kinds of nets only. 77 The privilege was

    Parishes Maxstoke MAXSTOKE CASTLE

    share, and took the manor into the Clinton family through her marriage with John son of Thomas de Clinton of Amington . 37 John de Clinton died in 1310 , 38 before his wife Ida, 39 and their son John

    Parishes Atherstone

    1617 to Sir John Repington. 53 He must have acquired the other half, for his son, Sir John Repington of Amington , was in possession of the whole manor in 1640 . 54 The Repington family retained Atherstone for over

    Parishes Polesworth

    Star Chamber Proc. Hen. VIII, bdle. 23, no. 161. Dugd. loc. cit. He married Anne daughter of William Repington of Amington : ibid. Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser. 2), cccclxxxiii, 105; R. H. Moulton , Catalogue ( 1930 ), 25. In

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