skip to the main content area of this page

Search results

You searched for: Place: "Arthingworth" "Arthingworth", Source type: Secondary sources

Found 10 matches across 2 resources.

  • * Multiple resources - fewer than 20 results. *

    10 results from this resource, . Displaying 1 to 10 View more

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Launde

    , Ashby Folville , and Shoby , with one-half of the advowson of Withcote, and the Northamptonshire churches of Blatherwick, Arthingworth , and Little Bowden . 9 Some of these endowments were later lost. The Templars claimed Grimston church as Victoria County History

    Houses of Austin canons The abbey of St James , Northampton

    the monastery. Many persons of rank and distinction sought interment within the abbey church. In 1485 Sir John Catesby of Arthingworth , justice of the common pleas, willed his body to be buried here. In 1490 Richard Woodville , Earl Victoria County History

    Parishes Warkton Bury St. Edmunds Abbey . Azure three crowns each surrounding a pair of crossed arrows all or . Scott, Duke of Buccleuch . Or a bend azure charged with a molet of six points between two crescents or .

    Houghton next Scaldwell ( Hanging Houghton ), Lamport , Kilmarsh and Maidwell , Clipston , Braybrook, Ugthorp, East Farndon and Arthingworth . 8 All the tenants owed suit at the abbot's court of Warkton , but the tenants of the Victoria County History

    Parishes Mears Ashby

    to be invested in lands, the proceeds to be used for educating poor children of the parish. These lands, in Arthingworth , now produce about £35 yearly. V.C.H. Northants . i, 218. Northants . N. & Q . ii (N.S.), Victoria County History


    the chapel to the lessees of the manor of Noseley , Thomas Andrew of Winwick (Northumb.) and Edward Hazlerigg of Arthingworth ( Northants .), respectively father-in-law and brother of Thomas Hazlerigg . The free chapel thus passed back into the Victoria County History

    Index A-J

    , Chas., Armstrong , Revd. Chas., Arnesby , Arnold , Edm., Edw. (of St. Neots), Rob., Arsic , Rob., Sybil, Arthingworth ( Northants .) , Asborne , Alice, see Smith; Edw., Ashby , Geo. (fl. 1608), Geo. (d. 1653), fam., Victoria County History

    KYNNESMAN, Stephen, of Arthingworth, Northants.

    Stephen, of Arthingworth, Northants. Constituency Dates Northampton Dec. 1421 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Northants. Dec. 1406, Nov. 1419. Biography The Kynnesman family occupied a fairly prominent position in Northamptonshire during the Middle Ages, and some of its influence may well History of Parliament

    KYNNESMAN, Simon, of Loddington, Northants.

    one of his relatives, named William Kynnesman, was active in Northamptonshire as a tax collector, while another, Stephen Kynnesman of Arthingworth, sat with him in the Parliament of December 1421 as member for the borough of Northampton. Simon and Stephen History of Parliament

    MAUREWARD, Sir Thomas (c.1358-1424), of Goadby Marwood, Leics.

    obtained seisin of his father’s lands in Leicestershire, on the border with Northamptonshire at Little Bowdon and beyond it at Arthingworth, Little Oxendon, Dingley and Farndon; and probably at the same time he also took possession of the family estate History of Parliament

    DALLINGRIDGE, Sir Edward (c.1346-1393), of Bodiam castle, Suss.

    750 acres of land elsewhere in Sussex, a number of properties in Kent, and the manors of Sywell, Hannington and Arthingworth in North-amptonshire.[footnote]Elizabeth’s title to certain estates in Leicestershire and Rutland (including Braunston and the bailiwick of the forest of History of Parliament

Workspace options

Save this search to your workspace

Save checked results (you can make connections from your workspace)

Save and connect checked results to an existing connection

Don't have an account?

Register now to set up your own personal workspace

Bookmarking options

Download options

Click the checkbox next to each item


As a not-for-profit service, we welcome donations from our users.