|Statement||edited by Simon R. Neal & Christine Leighton|
|Series||List and Index Society -- v. 339-340, List & Index Society (Series) -- v. 339-340.|
|Contributions||List & Index Society|
|LC Classifications||DA25.C953 2011, CD1042.A2 L5 v.339-340|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (iv, 423 p. ) ;|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||2012379780|
, Calendar of patent rolls 40 Elizabeth I (): C 66/) / edited by Carrie Smith, Helen Watt, Simon R. Neal & Christine Leighton List and Index Society Kew, Surrey Wikipedia Citation. Nicholas Gainsford, also written Gaynesford or Gaynesforde, (about –) of Carshalton, Surrey, of an armigerous gentry family established at Crowhurst, was a Justice of the Peace, several times Member of Parliament and High Sheriff of Surrey and Sussex, Constable and Keeper of Odiham Castle and Park, Hampshire, who served in the royal households from . Ancestry. His male pedigree was Feidhlimidh son of Brian son of Tomás (died ) son of Maghnus (died ) son of Tomás Óg (died ) son of Tomás na Feasoige (died ) son of Fearghal (died ) son of Tomás (died ) son of Brian 'Breaghach' Mág Samhradháin (died ). He was the third eldest son and had two brothers who preceded him as head, Tomas . Public Record Office: Calendar of the patent rolls preserved in the Public Record Office: Elizabeth [I] (London, H. M. Stationery Off., ) (page images at HathiTrust) Great Britain. Public Record Office: Calendar of the patent rolls, preserved in the Public Record Office: Henry III, / (London: H. M. Stationery Office,
Patent Rolls, recording miscellaneous grants, appointments, licences, pardons and, after , charters as above, , as transcripts in latin, (2 vols, HMSO, , ) and thereafter as calendars , (HMSO, ).Entries of are included in Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry calendars for have Author: Geoff Brown. [source: Calendar of the Patent Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office: ] - From the Court of Chancery, dated 2 Edward II (ca. ), we find "Adam le Waleys to retain house-boot, hedge-boot, and common of pasture in the manor of Hill (Gloucester) and two parks there, acquired by him from Nicholas son of Ralph de Hulle.". He was certainly high in the favour of Henry VII, for the Calendar of Patent Rolls records a grant to him for life of forty marks out of the revenues of Wiltshire, 24 February , and a further grant of twenty marks for life, 27 November , at the receipt of the Exchequer, when he is called ‘the king's servant, Lewis Caerlion, doctor of. Pedigrees from the Plea Rolls Collected from the Pleadings in the Various Courts of Law, A.D. to , from the Original Rolls in the Public Record Office. p ↑ Calendar of the Patent Rolls. Edward III. Vol. IX. AD HMSO, , p ↑ Inquisition of Richard Talbot, knight, the elder. Item E.
Duchy [and Palatinate] of Lancaster. Calendar of Rolls of the Chancery of the County Palatine. [Part 1. and ] (Google Books [Hints and tips]) From DL 37/ Rolls of Palatinate of the Duke, and Close Rolls of the Palatinate. (32nd Annual Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Appendix I, p. ; ). Early Freyne Family History. Extracts from the Calendar of Ormond Deeds, Vol.I & II, Curtis, Circa - William the Marshal, Earl of Pembroke, grants to Adam de Hereford and his heirs all thet "Thoit" [Tuath] or district called Mamcohle, in which his castle of Radoueny [Rathdowney] stands, by seisin of two knights with the usual free customs and liberties. Alexander de Cruwys. Born: before Died: shortly before 13 October (writ DCE) Married: Constance (probably de London) Alexander de Cruwys was the son of Sir Robert de Cruwys and Matilda Fitz Payn. Given that his elder son was born in it is reasonable to place his birth as before, and probably well before, He is named in a suit concerning Anstey . Calendars of Patent Rolls, Elizabeth I. Calendars of State Papers, Domestic, Elizabeth. Calendars of State Papers, Domestic, Addenda, Elizabeth. Calendars of State Papers, Foreign, Elizabeth. Calendars of State Papers, Ireland, Elizabeth. Calendars of State Papers, Rome. Calendars of State Papers relating to Scotland and Mary Queen of Scots.