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  1. Baron Wrottesley, of Wrottesley in the County of Stafford, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. [1] It was created on 11 July 1838 for Sir John Wrottesley, 9th Baronet. He was a Major-General in the Army and also represented Lichfield, Staffordshire and Staffordshire South in House of Commons.

  2. 28/06/2022 · Mr. Alexander. No. 562. An Account, in detail, of the Expenses incurred in the several Prosecutions for Libel on the part of His Majesty's Attorney General against Mr. Alexander; stating the number of Counsel engaged in each Prosecution, and the separate expense of each Prosecution. Pamphlet Duty Prosecutions. No. 563.

  3. 26/06/2022 · the united land co. began buying estates at kilburn and church end in 1869 and by 1881 had 17 estates in willesden green, church end, and harlesden. (fn. 16) in 1887 it owned 178 a. in willesden, and four other building societies and land companies owned 62 a., mostly in stonebridge. (fn. 17) the land companies usually leased to builders who …

  4. 29/06/2022 · Between 1692 and 1698 Sir Stephen's son, Charles, conveyed it to Robert, Lord Lexinton. From Lord Lexinton it passed in c. 1718 to Sir Edward Desbouverie and descended in the Bouverie family of Longford Castle.

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    BARTON-LE-STREET belonged toWaltheof before the Conquest and wasamong the lands that the Conquerorgave to his half-brother Robert Count of Mortain, (fn. 12) son of his mother Herleva by her husband Herlwinede Conteville. He conspired in 1088 to deposeWilliam Rufus, and his estates were forfeited.Robert is said to have died in 1090. Most of hislands...

    The church of ST. MICHAEL consists of a chancel, south vestry and organchamber, nave and north porch. Thechurch was entirely rebuilt in the year 1871 in the'Norman' style, but portions of the chancel arch,the north doorway (the south doorway of the originalchurch) and the outer doorway of the north porch(formerly the north doorway) have been reset ...

    The church of Barton is mentionedin the Domesday Survey. (fn. 113) RalphPaynel gave it to the priory of theHoly Trinity, York. (fn. 114) Jordan his son and Ralph sonof Jordan confirmed the grant and their grants wereconfirmed by Henry II and again by Edward IV. (fn. 115) In 1220 Eustace de Greinville claimed it by royalgrant as escheat from Fulk Pa...

  5. 29/06/2022 · john astley's executors sold the advowson in 1783–4 (fn. 110) to the rev. thomas bradstock, whose daughter margaretta penelope married alexander luders. (fn. 111) in 1829 alexander luders and his wife sold the advowson to robert eyres landor, (fn. 112) of whom it is recorded that he was never absent from his parish for a sunday until his death in …