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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PRIOUR, Thomas (d.1412), of Hatfield Broad Oak, Essex and Westley Waterless, Cambs.

    of his estates in Huntingdonshire situated at Great Raveley, Sawtry, Great Gidding and Luddington; and in 1410 she and her husband obtained from Moigne’s widow a lease of the manor of Great Raveley. This brought Priour’s gross annual income up

    HORE, John I (d.c.1434), of Great Childerley, Cambs. and Great Raveley, Hunts.

    Great Childerley, Cambs. and Great Raveley, Hunts. Constituency Dates Cambridgeshire 1415 Huntingdonshire Oct. 1416 Cambridgeshire 1425 Ofifces Held Escheator, Cambs. and Hunts. 6 Nov. 1424-24 Jan. 1426. Ofifces Held Sheriff, Cambs. and Hunts. 15 Jan.-12 Dec. 1426. Biography John’s background

    MOIGNE, Sir William (c.1326-1404), of Great Raveley, Hunts.

    (c.1326-1404), of Great Raveley, Hunts. Constituency Dates Huntingdonshire 1371 Huntingdonshire Oct. 1377 Huntingdonshire 1381 Huntingdonshire May 1382 Huntingdonshire Oct. 1382 Huntingdonshire 1386 Huntingdonshire Jan. 1390 Huntingdonshire Nov. 1390 Huntingdonshire 1391 Ofifces Held J.p. Hunts. 20 Mar. 1361-4, 30 Nov. 1374-Dec.

    STYUECLE, Nicholas, of Great Stukeley, Hunts. and Madingley, Cambs.

    annual revenues of £14 towards this sum. In the following May he and his feoffees settled the manor of Great Raveley and holdings in Sawtry upon the monastery. Since no further references to him appear to have survived, we may

    TYNDALE, John (d.1413), of Deene, Northants.

    not to be partitioned until the death of his widow in 1412. Joan’s share consisted of the manor of Great Raveley and extensive farmland in Sawtry, Huntingdonshire, although she may well have brought him other property as well.[footnote]Tyndale must have

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rev*J. C. ; Vicar of Canmeritgham, Lincolnshire. Cooksey, Rev. John Francis, M.A., Curate of Warboys; Vicar of Upwood with Great Raveley. Finch, Rev. William Robert, ALA., Senior Curate of Christ Church, Luton; Vicar of Relinington-with-Rook, Patron, the Vicar of Enmbleton. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cheshire, ironfoaunder. J. Dell, Eiverpool, merchant. 11. Beaumont, Liverpool, mer- chant. 2T. Gray, Malrch, Isle of Ely, common brewer. it. Lee, Ilincing-lanc, wino merchant. J. 'iirden, Birmingham, mer- chant. .L li-lton, Great Raveley, I-Huntingdonshire, farmer. 1E. Bl. liggins, Norwich, woolstapler. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BUTLER. A YOUNG MAN, of several years' experience, seeks Aan ENGAGEMENT as above. Highest refer- ences; aged 19.-W. COLBERT, Great Raveley, Hunt- the ington. nee W1TANTED, a JUNIOR ASSISTANT.-Apply to VIES Mr. PRINCE, 05, St. Peter's-street. nee- nts. TANTED a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may well not rask for reduction in these particulars, they would rather have ri protection and bear these charges. Great Raveley parish, in , which Mr. Brighty lives, contains 2,040 acres, 312 inhabi- ytants, poor's rates 1401. per annum, or Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Land (Ireland) Act. Amendet Medical, end General Life Assurance Socie~ty; aurlisle Ga Light and Coke CompanyL; Ramsey, Upwood, and Great Raveley Turt Fens, And Lockspit Lots and Lockspit Lands 81 Dainalge and Improvement, Dublin and Belfast unction Railway;, Bills. MOrNDAY, Subscribers-only content

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