Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester

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William Adam Hulton
Chetham Society., 1847 - Cheshire (England)
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Randle Earl of Chester disafforesting
11
Randle Earl of Chester grant of rent of 20s
12
STANLAWE Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation
14
Baldwin Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation
15
Roger de Lascy confirmation of
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Roger de Lascy acquits foreign service 393
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CHESTER Roger de Lascy grants a messuage and rent
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Roger de Lascy grants a messuage mear Gloverston
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AcToN Roger de Lascy grants two oxgangs
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Roger de Lascy grants Hurst in Acton
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Hugh de Dutton grant of an oxgang
23
3 Hugh de Dutton grant of two oxgangs
24
Agreement between us and Robert de Clifton
25
STANEYE Americ grant of three oxgangs
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Americ Brus quit claims three oxgangs
27
Robert Bras grant of a rent
28
William de Bunbury concord between us and
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STANEYE Robert de Pulle grant of pasture on marsh
31
John de Lascy confirmation by
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Deed of concerning his body
33
Edmund de Lascy confirmation by
34
EcclEs John Earl of Lincoln grant of
36
John Earl of Lincoln presentation to the Bishop
37
Chapter of Coventry confirmation by
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Chapter of Lichfield confirmation by
39
Albert Grelle grant of onefourth
40
William de Eccles restitution of half an oxgang
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William de Eccles grant of sixteen acres to John his brother
43
William de Eccles to Alice his sister
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Gilbert de Notton to the clerks of concerning common
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Gilbert de Notton to William de Eccles one fourth of the church
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Gilbert de Notton to the clerks concerning common
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Hugh de Eccles resignation of
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MONYTH0RNEs Thomas de Gredeley grant of
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WESTwood Gilbert de Barton grant of a moiety
50
PENDLETON Richard de Hulton grant of land
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HALGHTON Beatrice de Barton grant of land
55
MAUNTON Matilda daughter of Mathew grant of half an oxgang
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HALGHTON Geoffrey de Biron to John his brother
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John Biron to us grant of a moiety of
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Robert de Bolton to Henry son of Wen
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SAYNTE MARIDEN Thomas de Perpount grant of land near
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Robert de Gredeley confirmation by
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WESTHALGHTON Geoffrey de Biron grant to Thomas his brother
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EccLEs Gilbert de Barton to John Earl of Lincoln
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William de Eccles release of rent of gloves
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William de Eccles to Alice his sister grant of land
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Alice de Quickleswyk releasč of the same land
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FARNwoRTH Adam de Hulton grant of land for a barn
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WESTHALGHTON Gilbert de Barton to Geoffry de Biron
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EccLEs Alice de Eccles quit claim
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THE CHURCH OF BLACKBURN John de Lascy grant of mediety
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Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation to H de Blackburn
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WALTON Adam de Blackburn resignation of
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WHALLEY One fourth part belongs to Blackburn
91
William de Lenche agreement not to increase
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BLACKBURN MILL Richard de Baddestwysel concerning water
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Eve his relict quit claim
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Matilda his relict quitclaim by
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Richard de Grymeschagh grant of half an acre
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Gilbert de Foresta and his wife quit claim by
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PLESYNGTON Henry de Plesyngton grant of half an acre
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Roger his son confirms
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Diana his relict quit claims
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Robert de Meluer grant of a perch
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WYTToN Adam de Bilyngton grant of dead wood
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LIvEsEY Henry de Livesey grant of a perch
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William de Livesey release of a rent
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48 WALTON Edward I licence by
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Alice relict of Robert de Banestre quit claim
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Richard del Kar quit claim
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John de Langton grant of estovers 1 19
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SAMLESBURY Robert de Holand grant of a grange
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John dEuias and his wife grant of Capelruydyng
122
John dEuias and his wife covenant
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DERwENT Roger de Whalley grant of a barn
124
HAwoRD Award de Falenges to his son Henry
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KEURDALE Richard de Keuerdale grants a rent
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Award his son confirmation
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WLIPSHIRE Adam de Wlipshire grant of an acre
128
Margery his widow quit claim
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NMargery his widow quit claim
130
BILINGToN Agreement between Countess Margaret and us
131
William de Dynkedley grant of half an acre
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6S Geoffrey de Bilyngton and Peter de Cestria
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RocHDALE CHURCH Roger de Lascy grant by
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Roger de Lascy grant by
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John de Lascy confirmation by
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William Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
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The Prior and convent of Coventry confirmation by
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Geoffrey Dean of Whalley resignation of
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Geoffrey de Buckley resignation of
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RocHDALE VICARAGE Alexander Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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John de Blackburn agreement
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John de Lascy de Crumwellbotham quit claim
145
SADELwoRD William de Stapleton grant of tithes
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Robert de Stapleton confirmation
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Robert de Stapleton grant of thirteen acres
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HUNDRESFELD Michael del Tom grant by
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Suanus de Saleburi grant of Choo by
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NEwBOLD Geoffrey de Newbold grant of
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Margery de Newbold grant of
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GARTESIDE Charles Abbot of Stanlawe grant by
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Geoffrey de Chetham grant by
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Adam de Wyndhull and Clarice his wife quit claim by
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EccLEs Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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RocHDALE Pope Honorius III confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Innocent IV confirmation by
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BLACKBURN Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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BLACKBURN VICARAGE Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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BLAcKBURN RocHDALE AND EccLEs VICARAGEs Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation of
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Pope Gregory X general confirmation by
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Pope Boniface VIII general confirmation by
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Here ends the Titles of Bulls concerning our Churches and Vicarages
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WHALLEY Edward I licence from
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Henry de Lascy grant of advowson
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Henry de Lascy reasons for the appropriation of
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Roger Bishop of Coventry license of translation by
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Roger Bishop of Coventry testification of the Bull of Pope Nicholas IV
196
Henry Earl of Lincoln confirmation of
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Edward I confirmation of
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Fine of the advowson
201
WHALLEY VICARAGE Bishop of Coventry mandate to tax
202
Archbishop of Canterbury mandate to tax
204
Inquisition of value
205
Walter Langton Bishop of Coventry approbation of Bulls
208
Prior and Convent of St Werburg letter of
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Roger de Northburgh Bishop of Coventry ordination of by
217
3 Prior and Convent of Coventry confirmation of
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Deam and Chapter of Lichfield confirmation of
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Prior and Convent of Coventry quit claim of rent by
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Dean and Chapter of Lichfield quit claim of rent by
223
Archdeacon of Chester quit claim of rent by
225
ClitHERO CASTLE CHAPEL Edward III quit claim by
228
Queen Isabella quit claim by
229
Roger de Northburgh Bishop of Coventry licence of
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32A Richard de Moselaye grant of a rent to
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CLiTHERO CASTLE CHAPEL Richard de Moselaye quit claim by
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Receipt for three hundred marks by the King
235
CHIRCHE Sentence that parishioners should repair chancel
236
Publication of same sentence
239
Sentence that parishioners should find a chaplain
240
Publication of same sentence
244
Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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WHALLEY Edward I grant of warren by
275
SNELLESHow Geoffrey Dean of Whalley grant by
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Walter Bishop of Coventry licence by
278
Peter de Cestria grant to
279
Inquisition concerning
280
Thomas Earl of Lancaster licence to enter from
281
Thomas de Snelleshou quit claim from
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Thomas de Snelleshou quit claim from
283
Writ of juris utrum concerning
284
WHALLEY Geoffrey Dean of Whalley grant of lands by
286
Geoffrey Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
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Charles Abbot of Stanlawe grant by
288
John de Whalley grant to Robert his son
289
Writ of juris utrum concerning
290
John de Whalley quit claim of
291
WHALLEY RECTORY Presentation by John de Lascy of Peter de Cestria to the Bishop of Coventry
292
Consolidation
293
ALTHAM Robert de Whalley grant to Henry de Aluetham
295
ALTHAM Geoffrey Dean of Whalley confirmation by
296
Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
297
Letters of citation from the Deam of Warrewyk
298
Sentence thereon
299
Induction of Peter de Cestria
300
Writ de ultima presentatione
301
Sentemce of the Court of Canterbury
303
parishioners should find altarcloth
306
Bishop Walter de Langton dimission of the Churches by
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Bishop Walter de Langton dimission of the Churches by
309
Bishop Roger de Northburgh dimission of the Churches by 810
312
CLiTHERO CHAPEL Agreement concerning the tithe of hay 814
314
Geoffrey de Blaston agreement to present
315
Richard de Swyneflet presentation of 816
317
DoUN0M Gilbert de ffetherstan grant by
318
Henry de Cotes grant by
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Roger Deam of Whalley grant to Jordan de Dounom
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William de Grenehou quit claim by
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REUED Henry de Holt grant by
322
WoRsToN Hugh de Worston grant by
323
Hugh de Worston quit claim by
324
BRUNLAY Adam de Brunlay grant by the daughters of
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Adam de Brunlay quit claim by the daughters of
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Henry Earl of Lincoln grant by
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Vicars of Whalley and Blackburn grant by
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Matilda relict of Adam de Brunlay quit claim by
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WHALLEY VicARAGE Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation by
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CLITHERO CASTLE CHAPEL Edward III confirmation by
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