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    University College

    persists into the 15th century, magister et scolares becomes increasingly common from about 1340. The first known Master was Roger Aswardby ( c . 1360 ). Special circumstances may lie behind a document of 1393 in which we learn that Victoria County History

    Hospitals Hospitals in Norwich

    confiscated at the dissolution. 115 God's House, St. Margaret, was founded for the benefit of the poor, by Robert de Aswardby , in 1292 . It stood on the west side of the churchyard of St. Margaret Westwick . 116 Victoria County History

    Parishes Chesham

    south window of this transept is a monument with arms to Mary (Banks) wife of Francis Whichcote , bart., of Aswardby , Lincolnshire (d. 1726); it consists of a large sarcophagus standing on a plinth and surmounted by an obelisk Victoria County History

    Churches

    The later medieval vicars, mostly members of Oriel, included John Roper ( 1498-1534 ), professor of divinity, and John of Aswardby (instituted 1384), a follower of Wycliffe and opponent of the friars. 63 In 1261 Reynold of the Ley gave Victoria County History

    Letters and Papers, Miscellaneous, Spring 1539, 01 March 1539-31 March 1539

    (Humph. Lyttylbury and 8 others) 21, Ormesby 10, Kettesby cum Womesgare 10, Brynkell (Geo. Wynbeche) 10, Salmondby 5, Bagenderby 6, Aswardby 8, Sommersby 10, Claxbe cum Scrafeld 9, Tetforth cum Worlaby (John Chappell and 2 others) 19, Fulletby (Ric. Hardy British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as for his granchihireti, Francis Edward Lister SW"n i's and Florence Swan. AlIV big unsettled real estate at ell n Aswardby, Lincolueliirc, including the' 'cd or!n' ~h eI Ic testetr ddv~heaupod' trust frhislde).ct s'bs thRe.m s). Francis Henry Swan, fur Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A. H. Lutman, Vicar of Weston-Zoyland, near Bridge- water, to Chaplaincy to the Lord Mayor-Elect. Rev. W. Lynes, Curate of Aswardby and Sansthorpe, to Vicarage of Cinderford. Rev. J. H. Maclean, Curate of Whiteparish, to Vicarage of Bramshaw. Patrons, the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kent 0 5 0! worth 0 10 0 Rev. E. Smyth, South ': Rev. l\ Whichcote, Elkiugton 3 0 0 Aswardby 3 0 0 Rev. E. W. Hughes, T. G. Stevenson, Esq., Welton '-' 0 0j Skellingtiiorp 1 0 0 Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    patron, Bishop of Chester: W. Barlow, deceased. HBAXRV UUIIAI.. Watford, Horts: uiocesc Rotte^er : J. Morris, D.D. deceased. ' RLCTORIES. Aswardby, county and diocese Lincoln : 2661. : patron R Brackenbury, Esq. : C. Brackenbury, deceased Easton-Gray, Wilts, diocese Salisbury: Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T4i< MAEBIAGES, _JS"D DEATHS. - r»rn INSERTION. BY CHEQUE OR P. 0.0., " : ' : v'l_L lo ''i. L COWARD, AND CROSSED i- ;.!>-•" BIRTHS. w ,_ ult , at Taranaki, Eingston-on-Thames - .'.WeU. of a son. ' Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 12 7 Alkborough 2 10 0 Upton Scudamore 3 0 8 Anderly 2 U 9 j TJpway 5 *- Aswardby 2 5 4 Harnhara, West I 10 Barkwith, East 1 10 o ; IMnterbourneCame and , Beckingham 2 Oil Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Census of England and Wales. (43 & 44 Vict. c. 37.) 1881. Vol. II. Area, houses, and population. Registration counties., 1883

    - - - Hundleby (W)e Spilsby' - - - - Ashby by Partncy Partney - - - - Sausthorpe - Aswardby ... HuiTiugton - Langton by Spilsby - Dalby - Skendleby- - Scremby - Candlesby Welton iu the Marsh - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Census of Great Britain, 1851. Population tables. I. Numbers of the inhabitants, in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841, & 1851. Vol. II., 1852

    4 5 Hareby - Mavis-Endcrby - Raithby - - - Hundleby (w) - Spilsby - Ashby-by-Partiicy Partney - Sausthorpo - Aswardby - Harrington - Langton-by-Spilsby - Dlb y Skendleby - Scremby - Candlcsby - "Welton-in- the-Marsh Orby - - - Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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