The History of Market Harborough; With That Portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, Containing the Parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth ... and Wiston; With an Account of the Lords of the Manors and Their Pedigrees; And a

The History of Market Harborough; With That Portion of the Hundred of Gartree, Leicestershire, Containing the Parishes of Baggrave, Billesdon, Bosworth ... and Wiston; With an Account of the Lords of the Manors and Their Pedigrees; And a

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1875 edition. Excerpt: ...Kirkeby; to Alice, wife of Peter Prilly, second sister; to Matilda Hoby, third sister; and to Mabel, fourth sister, formerly wife of William Grimbaud. Rot. Orig. 1, 123.--In 1317 it was found that there was a certain windmill at Holt which belonged to the Priory of Bradley from the time of their foundation. Esch. 2. Eclu. 11, 12.--In 1322 Hugh Prilly held a quarter of the manor of Holt of William la Zouch, by the service of a fourth part of a pair of gilt spurs, value 6d. a year. Esch. 16 Edw. II.--In 1346 Alice Herreyard, Edmund Trussel, and John de Houby, were assessed at 13s. 4d. for a third part of one knight's fee in Holt, part of the fee of Bassett. Rot. Aux. 20, Edw. III.--In 1395 William Zouch, of Harringworth, Knight, died seised of half a knights fee in Holt, which Sir John Trussel, Kt, held. Esch. 19, Ric. II.--In 1393 Richard Scrope, for Bradley Priory, held twenty acres. Inq. p. m. in, 172.--In 1416 Holt was rated at 2. 8s., and at the same sum in 1445, when ten shillings were abated. In 1418 Ann Trussel released all her right in a moiety of the manor of Holt, called Trussel's manor, and in all her lands and tenements in Holt, to William Babington and John Palmer. Claus. 6, Henr. V.--In 1431 Thomas Rekes and John Neville, by a fine levied in that year, granted the manor of Holt to Thomas Palmer and Elizabeth his wife. Fines 10, Hen. VI.--In 1443 Henry Rydall released all his rights in certain messuages, cottages, 140 acres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 20 acres of pasture, and 60 acres of wood, in Holt, to Thomas Palmer, Elizabeth his wife, &c. Clans. 22, Hen. VI.--In 1448 Henry VI. granted to 'I homas Palmer and his heirs leave to enclose and impark 300 acres of land and wood in Holt, and also a grant of free warren...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
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  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 123688079X
  • 9781236880796
  • 2,315,103