An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk Volume 11; Containing a Description of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, with the F

 
9781236054883: An Essay Towards a Topographical History of the County of Norfolk Volume 11; Containing a Description of the Towns, Villages, and Hamlets, with the F

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. 1810 Excerpt: ... when Earl of Morton, granted it to Robert de Berners, at the aforesaid rent. Robert enfeoffed John Fitz-Hugh therein, whose daughter Julian, married Adam son of Hervey, who held it of King Henry III. in his 11th year, at the said rent; and in the 37 th of that King, Julian, widow of Adam, was sued for this lordship, when 'she pleaded that the King had granted it to her and her husband, and her heirs, that she performed in the King's court personal homage, and now produced King John's charter, (when Earl of Morton) whereby he gave it to Robert de Bernarijs, who enfeoffed John Fitz-Hugh her father. In the 14th of Earn. I. Julian de Bannyngham was querent in „ fine, and Wm. de Redham, and Ellen his wife deforcients, of the arrears of an annuity of six marks, and 2000 herrings, which William and Ellen were to pay to Julian, at Tidmarsh in Berkshire, for the manor of Ormesbi/, in the right of Et/tn, they agreeing to pay it during Julian's life; probably she and Ellen were sisters. Win. de Redham was returned to be lord in the 15th of Edward I. and to have view of frank pledge, the assise, &c. Roger de Ormeshy inherited it on the death of Ellen his mother, wife of Wm. de Ormtsby, in the 7th of Edward II. and Roger died possessed of it paying 16/. per aim. After this Edmund Earl of Kent had a grant of it from King Edward III. and his son, John Earl of Kent, died possessed of it in the 26th of Edward III. when it came in right of the Lady Joane his wife, to Thomas Holland Earl of Kent: and on the death of the said Lady Joan, princess of Wales, and mother of King Richard II. it came to her son, Thomas Holland Earl of Kent. Margaret, late wife of Thomas Duke of Clarence, as one of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Earl of Kent, had an interest in it; as ...

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 202 pages. Dimensions: 9.6in. x 7.4in. x 0.5in.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. 1810 Excerpt: . . . when Earl of Morton, granted it to Robert de Berners, at the aforesaid rent. Robert enfeoffed John Fitz-Hugh therein, whose daughter Julian, married Adam son of Hervey, who held it of King Henry III. in his 11th year, at the said rent; and in the 37 th of that King, Julian, widow of Adam, was sued for this lordship, when she pleaded that the King had granted it to her and her husband, and her heirs, that she performed in the Kings court personal homage, and now produced King Johns charter, (when Earl of Morton) whereby he gave it to Robert de Bernarijs, who enfeoffed John Fitz-Hugh her father. In the 14th of Earn. I. Julian de Bannyngham was querent in fine, and Wm. de Redham, and Ellen his wife deforcients, of the arrears of an annuity of six marks, and 2000 herrings, which William and Ellen were to pay to Julian, at Tidmarsh in Berkshire, for the manor of Ormesbi, in the right of Ettn, they agreeing to pay it during Julians life; probably she and Ellen were sisters. Win. de Redham was returned to be lord in the 15th of Edward I. and to have view of frank pledge, the assise, and c. Roger de Ormeshy inherited it on the death of Ellen his mother, wife of Wm. de Ormtsby, in the 7th of Edward II. and Roger died possessed of it paying 16. per aim. After this Edmund Earl of Kent had a grant of it from King Edward III. and his son, John Earl of Kent, died possessed of it in the 26th of Edward III. when it came in right of the Lady Joane his wife, to Thomas Holland Earl of Kent: and on the death of the said Lady Joan, princess of Wales, and mother of King Richard II. it came to her son, Thomas Holland Earl of Kent. Margaret, late wife of Thomas Duke of Clarence, as one of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Earl of Kent, had an interest in it; as . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236054883

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