The History and Antiquities of Boston, and the Villages of Skirbeck, Fishtoft, Freiston, Butterwick, Benington, Leverton, Leake, and Wrangle, Comprising the Hundred of Skirbeck, in the County of Lincoln: Including Also a History of the East, West and Wildmore Fens, and ... Local Dialect, Phrases, Proverbs, Omens, Superstitions, Etc

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Heritage Lincolnshire, 1997 - Antiquities - 824 pages
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. 1856 edition. Excerpt: ...He had issue, 1. Audrey/ who married April 22d, 1560, Thomas Terril, and had issue. 2. Dorothy, who married June 25th, 1565, John Brison, and had issue. 3. Anne, who married September 26th, 1583, Simon Eger, and was buried at Whapload, May 30th, 1588. 4. Beatrice, who married August 3d, 1586, George Walkot. 5. Anthony Irby, who served in Parliament for the borough of Boston, in the 31st, 39th, and 43cl years of Queen Elizabeth's reign, and also in the first of her successor, King James I. On October 13th, 1538, this Anthony purchased of Robert RadclifTe,3 Lord Fitzwalter and Earl of Sussex, the manors of Moulton, Fitzwalter, and Medietas Dominorum, heretofore part of the estates of the Lords de Moulton, Barons of Egrement, which said manors are in the possession of the present Lord Boston (1856). He was early attached to the study of the law, and being a member of Lincoln's Inn, was held in high estimation by that society: he shared, with others, the highest honours which that body has to confer, being called to the bench in 32 Elizabeth; after which, in the ensuing year, he was appointed autumn reader to the society. His arms were deposited in the third window of the chapel towards the north, which, according to Sir William Dugdale, were, argent, fretty sable, with his name, Anth. Irby, over them.4 Lie was appointed one of the masters in Chancery in the reign of King James I. He married at Whapload, 22d December, 1575, Alice Tash, widow; and daughter of Thomas Welbye, Esq., of Moulton, and by her, who was buried at Whapload, April 21st, 1602, had issue, 1. Thomas, baptised July, 1576, died an infant. 2. Anthony, of whom hereafter. 3. Thomas, baptised March 5th, 1580, who married Anne, daughter of Sir Daniel Dunn, knight, but by her, who...

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Augustine Friary 111 Franciscan Friars 112 Guilds 113 St Botolphs Guild
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