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Descent of The Manor - Molland-Champson - De Champeaus
... "Robert de Chaumpians" was a witness to a donation made in the Devon County Court on 23 November 1192 by Martin Oisun to Martin de Fissacre ... the other witnesses are North Devon names, such as De Punchardon, Peverel (see Whitechapel Manor), Coffin, and it appears to relate to North Devon affairs ... In the deed dated 28 January 1196 which solved the dispute between the de Tracy and Braose families, both heirs to the feudal barony of Barnstaple, the subsidiary manors of the barony ...
Prior Of Durham - List
... died 1189 Germanus 1189 died 1212 x 1213 Bertram 1212 x 1213 died 1218 William 1218 died 1234 Ranulf Kerneth 1234 died 1244 Thomas de Melsonby 1244 resigned 1258 Bertram de Middleton 1258 resigned 1273 Hugh de ...
St Peter's Church, Nottingham - History - List of Incumbents
1241 - ? Master John de Nottingham 1259? William Bishop 1280 - ? John de Cathalle, "deacon" 1288 - ? Richard de Stapilford 1292 - ? Peter de Brus, of ...
William De Ferrers School
... William de Ferrers School is a Co-educational British secondary school in the town of South Woodham Ferrers, in the English county of Essex ... William de Ferrers ...
St. Helen's Church, Selston - Incumbents
1176 Adam 1244 Roger del Clay 1252 Verasour de Wansley 1287 John de Gateyford 1290 Robert de Gateyford 1310 Thomas de Hothum 1321 William de Ilkeston 1322 John de Kendale 1324 William de Leston ... Longden 1614 Peter Parote 1615 Franc Stephenson 1621 William Williamson 1624 Thomas Bowcher 1631 Henry Denham 1650 Samuel Sildon 1653 Charles Jackson 1662 William Pearson 1669 ...

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