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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Arbury

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Arbury 14. THE PRIORY OF ARBURY The Austin priory of Arbury (Erdbury or Ordbury), in the parish of Chilvers Coton , dedicated to the honour of the Blessed Virgin, was founded early in the

    Parishes Chilvers Cotton

    (' George Eliot '), who was born in 1819 at Arbury Farm. Her father was Francis Newdigate 's agent for his estates at Kirk Hallam , co. Derby , and Arbury . A year later, the family moved to Griff

    Parishes Weston-under-Wetherley

    early endowment of Arbury Priory, and was confirmed to that foundation by Thomas ( Arundel ), Archbishop of Canterbury in 1401 . 42 Its value in 1291 , when it was stated to be appropriated to Arbury , was £5,

    Chesterton Economic history

    the north-west along the Impington boundary lay Arbury meadow, covering 78 a. in 1540 , 67 and the occasionally tilled Albrach, so named by 1278 , 68 of c . 30 a. On Arbury until inclosure and on Albrach until

    RELIGIOUS HOUSES Introduction

    Coventry . The Austin canons were represented by five priories, at Kenilworth (subsequently raised to the rank of an abbey), Arbury , Maxstoke , Studley , and Warwick , the last-named having been originally founded for the shortlived order of

  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Commons Journal Volume 1, 15 May 1604 (2nd scribe), 15 May 1604-15 May 1604

    to the House, that he had a Bill, and Articles, delivered him by one Wm. Jones, a Printer. - One Arbury, a Minister, drew it. Jones committed to the Serjeant; with Commandment, that none should confer with him. The Bill

    General Index, R, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    also Peace; Pope. Riley . See Reily. Rimenam , troops sent to Riordan , Teige, debt of Riots . See Arbury; Dog Tavern; Limehouse. Cp . Disturbances. Ripley , Capt., R.N., case of Ripper , Alice (p.) Ritzer , (p.) Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1679, 01 November 1679-30 November 1679

    estate as is thereby decreed. [2 pages. S.P. Dom., Signet Office, Vol . 10, p . 382. ] Nov. 14. Arbury. Sir Richard Newdigate to Viscount Conway. The Earl of Denbigh, under whose displeasure I am involuntarily fallen, has given Subscribers-only content

    Index, E

    priests, hired , 197 (xiii). -, in garrison of castle, 958. priories, founder and ordinary of, 503. - See also Arbury; Beauvale; Boxgrave; Bradenstoke; Bradwell; Canterbury (Christchurch); Carlisle; Castle Acre; Chalcombe; Chartreuse; Coventry (3); Davington; Durham; Ely; Farne; Holywell; Kyme; Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 January 1697-31 December 1697

    Lords); Privy Council. Appels , John (p.) Appleby , Mr., complaint against Apprentices , enlistment of Arabia , embassy to Arbury (co. Warw.), disorders near Arcendant , John (p.) Archald , Louis (p.) Archangel , ship of Archbold , Michael, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (Instead of Apley), Blie *A'riewaToNls (at 11).-Wednesday, November 8, Gopsal; Fri. day, 10, Browasover; Saturday, 11 Arbury. BEAUrOrs s DuKs or (at I1)- hin day, November 7, Swal. letts Gate; *ednesday, 8. Castle Combe; Friday, 10, Lower 4Voods: Saturday 11, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9, flidtuda. Saturday, 11 (inetead of Apley), Sell Iin. Tong. ma AiHzreasToras (at 11)-Friday, November 10, Brovtso r Saturday, 11, Arbury. r Bca uro;rVs, DUKE or (at 11).-Friday, Novesrbci 10, l, sta Woods: Saturda 11, Easton Grey. lay ncsXCFres. (at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14, Ruyton Bridge; Saturday, 16, TIL a :Plough Inn, Weston Heath. D ATHERSTONE (at 11).-Friday, December 15, Brownsoverl Saturday, 16, Arbury. BSAUFORT'S, Duax orF (at 11).-This day, December 13, Ship. ton Moyne; Friday, 15, Atworth; Saturday 16, Hullavington. ,f BrCsrSTR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Apley:- -Teseday 19, Boseohell Tlenreday, 21, Spread Engeels Saturday. 23, Pattingboocm. AwuneRTONEt (at 11).-ThIsda iy, December 15, B~rownsover, Saturday, 1t, Arbury. DBcAUOrTc'rS, DuHoersO (at I114.-This clay, December 15, Atwcorth; Saturday, 16, Hull avingion. Bnncsrcrr (at 11).-Saturday, December 16, Helhldonl. COTSWrOLD Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Heath; Monday, 18, Apley: Tuesday, 19, Boacobel Thursday, 21, Spread Eagle; Saturdoy, 23, Pattlngham. ArTnesTONs (at 11).-This day, December 16, Arbury. 1- BRAUFOl)WS, DuKrE O- (at 11).-This day, December 16, Hve. 0 lavington. , Bnr.MnsR (at 11)-This dav, December 166 Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Wright Wankford, Theft, Theft, 16/01/1755

    l. the property of John Bardwell , May 8. * John Bardwell. I live at Arbury , near Bishops-Stafford, in Hertfordshire; on the 2d of April I lost a black gelding out of my stable: he was taken away between


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