2 edition of rolls of the 1281 Derbyshire eyre found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Aileen M. Hopkinson ; with an introduction by David Crook.|
|Series||Derbyshire Record Society -- v.27|
|Contributions||Hopkinson, Aileen M., Derbyshire Record Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxx, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
Eyre history coat of arms and pedigree from the Conquest in England to the descendants of the Eyre family worldwide. 29 25 The Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre Edited by Aileen M. Hopkinson 29 26 Derbyshire Hearth Tax Assessments Edited by David G. Edwards 29 27 Derbyshire Teet of Fines Calendared by H. J. H. Garrat 29 28 The Free & Voluntary Present Derbyshire Transcribed by David Clay 29 29 Derbyshire Wills Edited by David G. Edwards 29 30 File Size: KB.
[Red Book of the Exchequer.] Close Roll instruction to the Justices to hear a case between Robert Basset and Thomas Basset concerning 2 bovates of land in Froggecote. Robert de Frogcote Witnesses a land grant in Beeley (Wolley Charters ii 43a / Jeayes Derbyshire Charters) Other Witnesses Richard de Crakemere. Having read Jane Eyre as a teen and again as an adult, whenever a movie version of the book comes out - on television or on the big screen - I always try to catch to present day, there have been at least 13 film adaptations of the novel. The latest Jane Eyre film directed by Cary Fukunaga is - for me - the best Jane Eyre yet because of two reasons.
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Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This calendar of the rolls of the Eyre held in Derbyshire by a group of justices on circuit in the northern counties, led by John de Vaux, is the first edition of the records of an Eyre of a major English county from the reign of Edward I, and the first of an Eyre held after the remodelling of the jurisdiction of the general Eyre in Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rolls of the Derbyshire eyre.
Chesterfield: Derbyshire Record Society, Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre, Case ; this source is from the records of the court known as the "Eyre", in Derbyshire, in This court was held by one of the king's justices, one of a. The rolls of the Derbyshire eyre, Derbyshire Record Society,Law, pages. Height, it failed to install on the nature of the spectrum, causes perigee, considering that in one parseke light years.
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Sachse. The Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre; The Leake Catulary and the Derbyshire Estates of Welbeck Abbey; Hopkinson, Vincent: The Derbyshire Church Notes of Sir Stephen Glynne –; Kettle, Pamela: Sutton–cum–Duckmanton Parish Register –; Kiernan, David: The Derbyshire Lead Industry in the 16th Century; Maslen, Hywel: Trent Navigation Company Gauging Books – THE MEDIEVAL CORONERS' ROLLS Derbyshire eyre of Trinity Richard II: 24 J.I.
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C Noted from White’s directory of Derbyshire: North Less Hall – an ancient stone mansion 1 ¼ miles north from Hathersage is the property of Miss Hannah Wright and the residence of Mr George Eyre and the Misses Eyre- here are the ruins of an ancient Catholic Chapel.
no minerals are found in this part, the soils are. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef.
King, Andy The Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre, Hopkinson, A.M. (ed.), Derbyshire Record Society 28 () Rome, Giles of, De Regimine Principum, Rome, Cited by: 1. The pipe rolls of the Exchequer contain accounts of the royal income, arranged by county, for each financial year.
They represent the earliest surviving series of public records, and are essentially continuous from onwards until the 19th century; one roll from also survives. Thomas Eyre (bap died ) - a great grandson of Roger Eyre - lived at Dunston - next to Holme Hall - and raised his family there, until the manor was sold to the Leakes.
By the 16th century, the various branches of the Eyres were Lords of the Manor in over 20 places and controlled huge areas of the North Derbyshire Peak District. The Famous Eyres of Derbyshire. Posted Wednesday, E-mail this page Printer-friendly page.
Tom Bates Explores the History of the Eyres and Catholic Graces of Derbyshire: The last direct descendants of the famous Eyre Family of Derbyshire may well have left over a.
Chapter 6 on Crime and Punishments specifically covers examples from the Derbyshire Eyres of and the Forest Rolls relating to Castleton and Hope, explaining concepts such as “frankpledge”, “englishry” and “murdrum”.
The earlier chapter on the Peak Forest provides. Notes: R a single membrane, was noted in Pipe Roll Society vol. 14 (p. xv): this membrane has been added to Assize Roll Roll 49 is the Circuit Essoin Roll for the Eastern Counties Eyre of 10 John (), and so is not printed in “Curia Regis Rolls”; extracts from this roll can be found in Selden Society volumes 1 and English Medieval Legal Documents Database Calendars, Registers & Indexes of Cases Derbyshire; Calendar of the Roll of the Justices on Eyre, Calendar of the Cases for Derbyshire From Eyre & Assize Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office.
Calendar of the Cases for Derbyshire From Eyre & Assize Rolls Preserved in the Author: Paul Moorman. The search for where and how the Eyre surname originated The legends both past and present Derbyshire. The romantic legend, which has been handed down through the centuries, has been based on the Battle of Hastings, at which a companion of William the Conqueror named Truelove came to the assistance of William who had been dislodged from his horse and his helmet had been crushed.
Fair held by the A of Chester at the manor of Aston recorded in (A.M. Hopkinson ed., The Rolls of the Derbyshire Eyre, Derbyshire Record Society vol.
xxvii (Chesterfield, ), no. ).Author: Samantha Letters, Olwen Myhill. Place of burial not found. Katherine, wife of Thomas Eyre, died 31 July (Edward Bedingfeld's Obit.
Book); buried 2 August,as “Dame Katherine Eayres, wife of Thomas Eayres, knight” (sic). The poor health of Rowland, the 3rd son, is described in a letter from Wm.
Blundell, senior, to his son Thomas, 1,4 Oct. Cited by: 3. In March King Edward I commissioned a great inquiry into landholding in England. The surviving returns were arranged by hundred, hence their name ‘the Hundred Rolls’, and give a picture of rural society which, in its level of detail, goes far beyond that found in Domesday Book.This page offers books about Belper in Derbyshire.
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