The Baronettage of England; being an historical and genealogical account of baronets from their first institution in the reign of King James I: ... and employments of them and their Volume 1

 
9781130681079: The Baronettage of England; being an historical and genealogical account of baronets from their first institution in the reign of King James I: ... and employments of them and their Volume 1
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1720 edition. Excerpt: ...Line, that opposdthe House of York; a Branch of which was those of Stepney,n Co. Mid. temp. E. 6. 2. Sir wwhogave Beginning to the Wolfage Race, whose Heir Females, Sisters and Co-heirs of Urvich, Bradstaw, and Verdon, being 10 in Number, about the Reign of King Henry 8, were marry'd to Stanley of Hoton, Astton of AMcn, XJnder-lint, Trcjham, Myrjield, Norm, Standijh, Hilton, afterwards to Klkington, Ajhton of Chatterton, Leicester of Toft, and Lumley of Qipsam, dividing a fair Inheritance between them. And,?d, Sir Nicholas Harrington of Heyton, whose Posterity resided there in the Beginning of the last Century, enrich'd by two Inter-marriages with the Daughters and Heirs of Lathom and Twyford. John, the eldest Son of the said Robert and Agnes, in the 54th of E. I,, attending the King in his Expedition into Scotland, receiv'd the Honour Qj2 of () xCS, Rtf.Vedfxer:!/. of Knighthood with Prince Edward, by bathing and other Ceremonies and 4 E. 2, had Summons to fit himself with Horse and Arms, to appear at Carlijle, and march against the Scots. 12 E. 2, he obtained a Charter of Free-Warren in all his Demesn Lands within his Lordlhip of Austvyke, in Com. Ebor. and Thirnam, in Com. Lane. and 14 E 3, had the like Charter for Free-Warren at Wytherjlack, in Com. Westmorl. with License to impark ico Acres of Wood in Moor and Mart//), within the Precincts of his Lordlhip of AU dingham. 20 E. 3, being of the Retinue of William d' Eincourt,. he assisted him in the Defence of the Marches towards Scotland, and was summon'd to Parliament amongst the Barons of the Realm, from 18 E. 2, 'till 21 K %, fa J in which YeaT he dy'd, having had Ifliie by his Wife Mirrors, Daughter of Sir Richard Barlhtgbam, Kt. a Son, Robert Harrington, who dy'd in the...

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