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  1. 13/11/2022 · Thomas Watson-Wentworth, 1st Earl of Malton later 1st Marquess of Rockingham (1693–1750) Luke Gardiner (b. by 1690–1755) Edward Walpole (1706–1784) Thomas Pearce (b. after 1664–1739) 1738. 1739. Robert Napier (c. 1666–1739) James Hamilton, 7th Earl of Abercorn (1686–1744) Robert Jocelyn (c. 1688–1756) 1740

  2. 15/11/2022 · In 1741 the architect Henry Flitcroft (1697-1769) acquired from Thomas Watson-Wentworth, earl of Malton, a house dating from 1700 or earlier on what was then heath, a coach house and stable and another cottage, and himself obtained further grants of adjoining waste, including the lime walk illustrated by William Collins.

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    The mesne borough of New Maltonappears to have grown up about thecastle, and its overlordship follows themanor (q.v.) in descent. Henry II refers to it as ademesne borough, (fn. 26) and it may have come into beingwhile the greater part of the land here was in thehands of the Crown. (fn. 27) It paid 49 14s. 4d. as tallage in 1184. (fn. 28) The town ...

    At MALTON, before the Conquest,Siward and Torchil held 8 carucates astwo 'manors,' Colebrand 3 carucates asone 'manor,' Ulf 1 carucate as one 'manor,' andOudefride 1 carucates. In 1086 the Archbishopof York held the land of Ulf and the Count ofMortain that of Oudefride, (fn. 46) the rest being in theking's hands. The Count of Mortain's possessionss...

    The church of ST. MICHAELconsists of a chancel 31 ft. by 18 ft. 5 in.,north vestry, north transept 18 ft. 3 in.by 17 ft. 7 in., south transept 15 ft. 8 in. by 16 ft. 11 in.,nave 56 ft. 4 in. by 23 ft. 2 in., north and south aislesof the same length, the north aisle being 8 ft. 9 in.wide at the west end and 9 ft. wide at the east, andthe south aisle...

    New Malton was formerly in theparish of Old Malton, (fn. 121) but before1831 it formed the two ecclesiasticalparishes of St. Michael and St. Leonard unitedin 1855. Both chapelries are mentioned in the13th century, (fn. 122)and belonged to Malton Priory, theadvowson of both following the descent of that ofOld Malton (q.v.). St. Michael's now forms a...

    In 1903 Miss Walker, by deeddated 23 February, settled a sum of205 17s. 3d. 2 per cent. annuities,held by the official trustees for the benefit of theSunday school attached to the churches of St. Michaeland St. Leonard in New and Old Malton. Charity of Edward Barton, see under Old Malton.

  3. 11/11/2022 · Thomas was created Marquis of Rockingham in 1746 and successive earls inherited Wentworth until the death of the 8th Earl in a plane crash in 1948 along with Kathleen Kennedy, the sister of John F...

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    HUTTON BUSHEL and West Aytonwere in 1086 soke of the king's manorof Falsgrave, (fn. 16) and, like Scalby (q.v.),were afterwards held of the honour of Pickering. (fn. 17) The Vescys of Malton (fn. 18) were mesne lords (fn. 19)beforethey acquired these manors in demesne. Gilbert de Ayton, lord in 1334, produced a charterof Henry I granting to Reginal...

    The church of ST. MATTHEWstands at the western extremity of thevillage and consists of a chancel 37 ft. 7 in.by 17 ft. 1 in., an aisled nave 31 ft. 7 in. by 19 ft. 6 in.,western tower and south porch, the width across naveand aisles being 43 ft. 6 in.; the total external lengthof the church is 80 ft. 7 in. The chancel was rebuilt in the 15th centur...

    The church was given to WhitbyAbbey by Reginald Bushell, (fn. 58) andthe abbey continued to hold it untilthe Dissolution. (fn. 59) The living was a rectory dividedinto two moieties, and in 1253 a dispute arose as therector of one moiety said that the division was a new,not an ancient, one, and that the other portion oughtto be consolidated with his...

    The free school founded by the willsof Thomas Farside, 1712, and LucyOsbaldeston, 1783, is endowed witha rent-charge of £8 a year issuing out of land knownas Fenton Closes in this parish, payable by the lord ofthe manor, and with 12 acres, or thereabouts, allottedon the inclosure in 1797. In 1867 Henry Pearson, by his will proved atYork 21 February...

  4. hace 2 días · Translation options: Prev lot: 225 Lot: 226 Next lot: 227 No longer available Watson-Wentworth (Charles, 1730-1782). Autograph Letter Signed, 28 February 1770 Hammer Price: 400 GBP Auction Date: 24 Nov 2022 10:00 GMT Auctioneer: Dominic Winter Auctions See item details

  5. 16/11/2022 · The Vaux family owned Great Harrowden Hall until 1695 when they sold it to Thomas Watson Wentworth, a son of Baron Rockingham, of Rockingham Castle. Two centuries later, the seventh Baron Vaux was able to buy back the Hall. However, the house is now the home of the Wellingborough Golf Club; Barons Vaux of Harrowden (1523)