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  1. 30 de ene. de 2023 · Thomas Grey, Marquis of Dorset, having become possessed of Shute-park, and other large estates in this county, by a marriage with the heiress of Bonville, resided occasionally at Shute. All these estates were forfeited by the attainder of his son Henry, who had been created Duke of Suffolk, in 1551, and was beheaded in 1554.

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    Astley was held freely by Alsi in the reignof Edward the Confessor; after the ConquestRobert, Count of Meulan, held 1 hide, withGodric as tenant. (fn. 10) Like most of the Meulan manorsin Warwickshire it came early into the possession ofRobert's brother Henry de Newburgh, later Earl ofWarwick. (fn. 11) In 1166 Philip de Estlega held threeknight's f...

    The parish church of ST. MARY THEVIRGIN was completely rebuilt by SirThomas Astley in 1343 as a collegiateestablishment. This was a cruciform building (fn. 58) with acentral tower crowned with a tall spire, which was aconspicuous landmark and was known as the 'lanthornof Arden'. (fn. 59) It had a chapel on each side of the chancel.But of this churc...

    The first record of a priest in Astleyis in the reign of Henry III, whenThomas de Astley presented a certainWilliam, as stated in the course of a suit between hiswidow Edith and son Andrew regarding the advowson, (fn. 90) Andrew having assigned her his right of presentationon his restoration to his father's estates, though he statedin his defence t...

    William Beck in 1623 charged theproperty called Corley Ash, in theparish of Corley, with the annual payment of 6s. 8d. to this parish. Unknown Donors charged the properties of CorleyHall Farm in Corley, and Sole End Farm and HoweGreen Farm in Astley with the annual payments of thesums of 10s., 9s. 2d., and 5s. 4d. respectively. Joseph Bond Eaves by...

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    At the Survey of 1086, the Count ofMortain had 3 hides less 1 virgate inSPRATTON which were held of him byWilliam and Durand as separate manors. (fn. 3) The overlordship passed to Robert Earl of Leicester, and later tothe honor of Winchester, as in Pitsford (q.v.). Onthe division of this honor in 1264 between the threedaughters and co-heirs of Roge...

    The church of ST. ANDREWstands on highground in the centre of the village and consists ofchancel, 29 ft. by 15 ft., with north chapel its fulllength 14 ft. wide, clerestoried nave of four bays,47 ft. 10 in. by 17 ft., with north andsouth aisles, 12 ft. wide, north porch andembattled west tower, 9 ft. 3 in. square,all these measurements being intern...

    The church of Spratton, with 1 acre of land calledOverebrech, was bestowed on St. James's Abbey,Northampton, by Simon de Creton between 1180 and1205, (fn. 131) and these gifts were confirmed by his grandsonSimon in 1235, (fn. 132) and by the latter'sgrandson John in 1311. (fn. 133) In 1266Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln,enabled the abbey to ap...

    The Town and Charity Estate. Itappears by a decree of the Commissioners for Charitable Uses issued in the16th year of King Charles II that one John Pearsonbequeathed 10 for the poor, that a cottage and 3 a.1 r. of land had been given for the reparation of thechurch, that the rents of certain other lands had beenapplied for the reparation of the hig...

  2. 25 de ene. de 2023 · He was the son of Guelph IV Herzog von Bayern and Judith de Flandre. (1) He married Wolfhildis von Sachsen, daughter of Magnus I Herzog von Sachsen and Sophia of Hungary, between 1095 and 1100. He died on 13 December 1126. Heinrich IX Herzog von Bayern also went by the nick-name of Heinrich 'the Black'.

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    b(1) The Parish Church of All Saints stands inHigh East Street. The walls are of squared and regularcoursed local stone rubble with dressings of Ham Hillstone and the roofs are slate or tile-covered. The oldchurch on the site was destroyed by fire in 1613. Itsreplacement was itself demolished and replaced in themid 19th century by the present churc...

    b(9) Shire Hall(Plate 96) stands on the N. side ofHigh West Street. The walls are of brick faced on thestreet front with Portland stone ashlar and the roofsare covered with modern slates. It was built in 1797and the architect was Thomas Hardwick of London(Hutchins II, 372). It contains the Council Chamber,originally the Nisi Prius Court, and the Cr...

    Mediaeval and Later Earthworks a(166) Strip Lynchet(68968890), a scarp of contour typesurvives immediately S.W. of the Hospital among vestigialremains of other strip fields of Fordington. This formerlydivided Thornton Hanging Furlong and Cory Pit Furlong(Fordington Tithe Map (1844); R.A.F. V.A.P. CPE/UK 1934:5085). a(167) Ridge-and-furrow(690902) i...

  3. 26 de ene. de 2023 · El parque cuenta con 5,000 KVAs de factibilidad para la instalación de diversas industrias, cuenta con pozo de agua propio que abastece mas de 50,000m3 anuales, sistema contra incendio con tomas siamesas en la periferia de cada edificio, así como todos los servicios: energía eléctrica, agua, internet, gas natural, telefonía con antenas de comunicación y fibra óptica, todo construido en servicios ocultos.

  4. 26 de ene. de 2023 · Su origen se relaciona con Benigno de la Vega-Inclán, el II Marqués de la Vega-Inclán, quien en 1924 inauguró este fantástico museo. A continuación te contamos cómo es y qué puedes ver, el horario, las entradas, el plano y su programación mensual. Cómo es el Museo Romántico Qué puedo ver Plano del Museo Programación Enero 2023