3 edition of Particular of the manor of Stoke ... in the county of Kent, and a freehold messuage in Gravesend found in the catalog.
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He was summarily deprived of his living. [Rollo might have been named as Rollon in a charter of Charles III. Riordan, "The Plundering Time," chap. In 1526 Henry VII and Anne Boleyn started an affair. Of her six sisters, four, including Catherine, became nuns; only one of the sisters married. Henry Ferrers of Chilesmore and Tamworth in the County of Warwick, was Sheriff of the County of Kent in the ninth year of Edward the fourth: He married Mawde one of the Coheirs of William Hextall of Hextall Place in great Peckham.apart from the cottages with only gardens.
John was still alive in 1392 but must have died shortly afterwards, for by 1395 the manor and advowson had passed to his daughter and heiress Isabel and her husband Sir John St.
You can tell by looking at the soil, which is full of shells, that the water once covered it. In addition there are several retained copies of letters send out by Cumming, as well as memoranda from the business of John Hatchard, bookseller, concerning the printing and publication costs. 1334 Appointment Unknown 1889 13 August by S. Daughter Susan Dyne Witnesses Edward Revast? More About John WHEATON: Baptism: March 24, 1825, Feniton, Devon 693 Burial: June 16, 1826, Feniton, Devon Same day as grandfather 693• Again the forces under Prince Rupert carried the day.
Barling - Philip Duly - Thos. In Kent the Lollards were very strong, and there is no doubt that in our county, although the above Act was a severe check, the new creed was cherished secretly by thousands up to the date of the Reformation. She married Rudolf de Varennes, who held considerable lands on the Seine above Rouen, and in the Pays de Caux, who took is name from Varenne, a hamlet on the River Varenne, near Dieppe.
King James I Mary Stuart's son James I, who was King of Scotland at the time, followed Elizabeth as monarch.
Ltd 2 re 60 Sothampton Row 97. Katherine Foche of Wootton, widow, Will date 2 April 1630. King Phillip of Spain was outraged. Probably because of the unusually large number of freeholders in the parish, compared with neighbouring communities, there appears to have been rather more rebuilding of cottages in both Paulerspury and Pury End in the 19th century than in villages where a single estate owned most of the housing stock.
10 In 1844, the total holding of the Star Inn amounted to 1 acre 3 rood 8 perch, compared to 2 acre 0 rood 1 perch in 1748, having lost 33 perch on which the forge at Felbridge had been constructed. 'Hermitage' is approximately 15k 10miles NNW of Dorchester where the Priory of Hermitage was situated in the heart of the forest of ' Blackmore'. 1851 College, Sidbury, Devon with wife and children.
1727 Indenture Dorset 1725 24 December John Weeth 1 William Pidding 2 William Templeman 3 re land at Charminster 132.
ALSO SEVENTY-SIX ACRES of MEADOW and ARABLE LANDS, situate at PENTNEY, one mile from NARBOROUGH, within eight miles of SWAFFAM, and 10 of LYNN REGIS, let to Tenants at will at SEVENTY-TWO POUNDS per annum.