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acre of land Adam Admaston advowson aforesaid annuities Aston family Bellamore Bishton Blithbury Blithfield Blithfield Deed Bromley brother Chetwynd chief lords Church Colwich county of Stafford Croft death Edward feast of St fee of Colton Geoffrey George Gresley Gertrude Aston give grant Gresley Chartulary Gryffen Habend Hamley Hardolph Hedon heirs Henrico Henry Herbert Aston heredibus hold Honble Hugh Indenture Ingestre Deed Johannis John Aston John de Wasteneys Katherine King Lady Aston land in Colton Leasow Leicestershire Lichfield Lincolnshire lying Maculine Manor Mareschal married Mary Mavesyn meadow messuage Newlond Nicholas Osgarthorp parish pasture Patent Rolls quod Ralph rector Richard Richard Julian Robert de Hampton Roger selions Sir John Gresley Sir Walter Aston Sir William sister Staffordshire Stockwell Heath tenements terram thence Thimelby Tixall Todwick Trent usual warranty Vide Appendix Walter Lord Walter Lord Aston Wasteneys Whitgreave wife William de Wasteneys witnesses
Page 91 - The monarch oak, the patriarch of the trees, Shoots rising up, and spreads by slow degrees ; Three centuries he grows, and three he stays, Supreme in state, and in three more decays...
Page 102 - Jersy, and chaplain to King Henry the Second, in MS. Douce 270 : " Treis clers aloent a escole, Nen frai mie longe parole ; Lor ostes par nuit les oscioit Les cors musca, la .... prenoit Saint Nicolas par Deu le sout, Sempris fut la si cum Deu plut, Les clers al oste demanda, Nes peut muscier, einz lui mustra. Seint Nicholas par sa priere Les ames mist el cors ariere. For ceo qe as clers fit tiel honor, Font li clerc feste a icel jor.
Page 236 - Bartholomew Fair, in the said place and county, on the other party : the one and thirtieth day of October, 1614, and in the twelfth year of the reign of our sovereign lord, JAMES, by the grace of God, King of England, France, and Ireland, defender of the faith ; and of Scotland the seven and fortieth.
Page 181 - Hah, and all of you. I forgot to tell thee Gatt, I never had that letter yr father tells me you ritt ; but Franck I had both of yours, and sent a little purs, and chrrstall, to thee, by one Mr Digby; but I doubt he ner delivered it, tho he promised rare.
Page 271 - ... the seid livelode by force of the seid taill made to Makelyn and Margaret, after me ; but now she is ded without issue, there is no more issue now on lyve that come of the seid Makelyn and Margaret, sauf only I, in as much as I was the last of the...
Page 271 - Geffry, for he was my graunsire's graunsire. They asked me whether there was eny more issue now on lyve that come of the said Maculine and Margaret ; and I said, Nay ; for I seyd, if Alianoure Harecourt, which was myn aunte, that is to say, my...
Page 149 - I know you think it foolish to tell you what^ou know, and you are likely to know your own workes : but I beleve they apeare les to you than they are knowne by me. But being, you would have me leave this, I must, and tell you, Jack is very well and mery, though he slept but litle last night ; but I was never wakned with him but ownce.
Page 271 - And they asked me of whom and how that I came of any such persons named in the seyd Fine : and I seyd ; that I came of Makelyn Wastneys and Margaret his wiff named in the seyd Fine ; that is to say, that I am Daughter to Roger, sonne to William, son to the seyd Maculine and Margaret. They examined me...
Page 269 - Littilton for evermore, as in the sayd fine more pleinly appeareth. Afore which fyne rered, I did aske of sir John Prisot the chefe justice of the common place, and divers others to whom I had special confidence and trust ; and also of other divers apprentices lerned in the lawe, or my...