Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of Lancaster and Chester, Volumen10

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Chetham Society., 1847
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Randle Earl of Chester confirmation of
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Randle Earl of Chester disafforesting
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Randle Earl of Chester grant of rent of 20s
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STANLAWE Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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Baldwin Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation
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Roger de Lascy confirmation of
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Roger de Lascy acquits foreign service 393
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Chester Roger de Lascy grants a messuage and rent
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Roger de Lascy grants a messuage near Gloverston
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Acton Roger de Lascy grants two oxgangs
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Roger de Lascy grants Hurst in Acton
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Hugh de Dutton grant of an oxgang
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Agreement between Rich de Aston and Robert de Clifton
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Agreement between us and Robert de Clifton
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Staneye Americ grant of three oxgangs
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Americ Bras quit claims three oxgangs
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Robert Bras grant of a rent
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William de Bunbury concord between us and
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STANEYE Robert de Pulle grant of pasture on marsh
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John de Lascy confirmation by
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Deed of concerning his body
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Edmund de Lascy confirmation by
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BLACKBURN Mill Richard de Baddestwysel concerning water 101
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Eccles John Earl of Lincoln grant of
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John Earl of Lincoln presentation to the Bishop
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Chapter of Coventry confirmation by
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Chapter of Lichfield confirmation by
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Albert Grelle grant of onefourth
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Gilbert de Barton quit claims
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William de Eccles restitution of half an oxgang
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William de Eccles grant of sixteen acres to John his brother
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William de Eccles to Alice his sister
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Gilbert de Notton to the clerks of concerning common
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Gilbert de Notton to William de Eccles one fourth of the church
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Gilbert de Notton to the clerks concerning common
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Hugh de Eccles resignation of
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MONYTHORNES Thomas de Gredeley grant of
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WESTWOOD Gilbert de Barton grant of a moiety
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PENDLETON Richard de Hulton grant of land
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SAMLESBURY Robert de Holand grant of a grange
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Halghton Beatrice de Barton grant of land
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MAUNTON Matilda daughter of Mathew grant of half an oxgang
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HALGHTON Geoffrey de Biron to John his brother
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John Biron to us grant of a moiety of
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Robert de Bolton to Henry son of Wen
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SAYnte MARIDEN Thomas de Perpount grant of land near
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Robert de Gredeley confirmation by
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WESTHALGHTON Geoffrey de Biron grant to Thomas his brother
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EccLEs Gilbert de Barton to John Earl of Lincoln
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William de Eccles release of rent of gloves
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William de Eccles to Alice his sister grant of land
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Alice de Quickleswyk release of the same land
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FARNWORTH Adam de Hulton grant of land for a barn 67 a 39 WESTHALGHTON Gilbert de Barton to Geoffry de Biron
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EccLEs Alice de Eccles quit claim
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HERE BEGINS THE NINTH Title CONCERNING WYNLATON WYCH
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THE CHURCH OF BLACKBURN John de Lascy grant of mediety
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John de Lascy grant of mediety
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John de Lascy other mediety
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Henry de Lascy to Henry de Blackburn
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Robert de Lascy to Adam de Blackburn
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Edmund de Lascy to us 7 Richard Bishop of Coventry confirmation to H de Blackburn 8 Alexander Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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Richard Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation
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Roger Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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Prior and Convent of Coventry confirmation
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Chapter of Lichfield confirmation
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Chapter of Coventry confirmation
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Alexander Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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BLACKBURN EccLES AND ROCHDALE VICARAGES Ordination by Roger Bishop of Coventry
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Prior and Convent of Coventry confirmation
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Chapter of Lichfield confirmation
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John Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation
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BLACKBURN CHURCH Richard de Hulton quitclaim to John de Lascy
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Whalley One fourth part belongs to Blackburn
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One eighth composition with Peter de Cestria
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BLACKBURN VICARAGE Court of Canterbury to Bishop of Coventry
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William de Lenche agreement not to increase
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SUNDERLAND Arbitration with Salley concerning the tithes
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Settlement of same
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Bilington Agreement between Countess Margaret and us
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William de Dynkedley grant of half an acre
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Geoffrey de Bilyngton and Peter de Cestria
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ROCHDALE CHURCH Roger de Lascy grant by
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Roger de Lascy grant by
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John de Lascy confirmation by
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William Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
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The Prior and convent of Coventry confirmation by
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Geoffrey Dean of Whalley resignation of
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Geoffrey de Buckley resignation of
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ROCHDALE VICARAGE Alexander Bishop of Coventry confirmation
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John de Blackburn agreement
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John de Lascy de Crumwellbotham quit claim
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SADELWORD William de Stapleton grant of tithes
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Robert de Stapleton confirmation
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Robert de Stapleton grant of thirteen acres
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Agreement between us and the parishioners
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Agreement between us and the Abbot of Roche
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Rochdale Richard de Whalley quit claim by
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RossENDALE John de Lascy grant of licence to mow hay
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GARTESIDE Charles Abbot of Stanlawe grant by
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Geoffrey de Chetham grant by
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Adam de Wyndhull and Clarice his wife quit claim by
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EccLEs Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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ROCHDALE Pope Honorius III confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Innocent IV confirmation by
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BLACKBURN Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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BLACKBURN VICARAGE Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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BLACKBURN ROCHDALE AND Eccles VICARAGES Pope Alexander IV confirmation by
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Pope Alexander IV confirmation of
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Pope Gregory X general confirmation by
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Pope Boniface VIII general confirmation by
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Here ends the Titles of Bulls conce ncerning our Churches and Vicarages
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Henry de Lascy grant of advowson
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Henry de Lascy reasons for the appropriation of
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Bishop of Coventry letter of the
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John elect of Dublin letter of
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Roger Bishop of Coventry license of translation by
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Roger Bishop of Coventry testification of the Bull of Pope Nicholas IV
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Archdeacon of Chester testification of the Bull of Pope Nicholas IV
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Henry Earl of Lincoln confirmation of
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Edward I confirmation of
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William Blundel grants mediety of marsh 498
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Fine of the advowson
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WHALLEY VICARAGE Bishop of Coventry mandate to tax
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Archbishop of Canterbury mandate to tax
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Inquisition of value
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Walter Langton Bishop of Coventry approbation of Bulls
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Prior and Convent of St Werburg letter of
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Roger de Northburgh Bishop of Coventry ordination of by
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Prior and Convent of Coventry confirmation of
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Dean and Chapter of Lichfield confirmation of
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Prior and Convent of Coventry quit claim of rent by
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Dean and Chapter of Lichfield quit claim of rent by
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Archdeacon of Chester quit claim of rent by
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ClITHERO CASTLE Chapel Edward III quit claim by
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Queen Isabella quit claim by
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Roger de Northburgh Bishop of Coventry licence of
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A Richard de Moselaye grant of a rent to
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ClitherO CASTLE Chapel Richard de Moselaye quit claim by
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Receipt for three hundred marks by the King
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Chirche Sentence that parishioners should repair chancel
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Publication of same sentence
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Sentence that parishioners should find a chaplain
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Publication of same sentence
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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Edward III licence to hold in mortmain by
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WHALLEY Edward I grant of warren by
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Snelleshow Geoffrey Dean of Whalley grant by
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Walter Bishop of Coventry licence by
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Peter de Cestria grant to
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Inquisition concerning
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Thomas Earl of Lancaster licence to enter from
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Thomas de Snelleshou quit claim from
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Thomas de Snelleshou quit claim from
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Writ of juris utrum concerning
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Whalley Geoffrey Dean of Whalley grant of lands by
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Geoffrey Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
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Charles Abbot of Stanlawe grant by
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John de Whalley grant to Robert his son
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Writ of juris utrum concerning
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John de Whalley quit claim of
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WHALLEY RECTORY Presentation by John de Lascy of Peter de Cestria to the Bishop of Coventry
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Consolidation
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Altham Robert de Whalley grant to Henry de Aluetham
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ALTHAM Geoffrey Dean of Whalley confirmation by
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Bishop of Coventry confirmation by
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Letters of citation from the Dean of Warrewyk
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Sentence thereon
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Induction of Peter de Cestria
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Writ de ultima presentatione
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Sentence of the Court of Canterbury
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WHALLEY CHURCH Decree of the Archdeacon of Chester that parishioners should find altarcloth
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Bishop Walter de Langton dimission of the Churches by
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Bishop Walter de Langton dimission of the Churches by
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Bishop Roger de Northburgh dimission of the Churches by
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Whalley Agreement concerning the tithe of hay
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CLITHERO CHAPEL Agreement concerning the tithe of hay
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Geoffrey de Blaston agreement to present
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Richard de Swyneflet presentation of
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S3 Richard de Swynefiet induction of
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DOU NOM Gilbert de ffetherstan grant by
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Henry de Cotes grant by
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Roger Dean of Whalley grant to Jordan de Dounom
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William de Grenehou quit claim by
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REUED Henry de Holt grant by
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Worston Hugh de Worston grant by
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Hugh de Worston quit claim by
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BRUNLAY Adam de Brunlay grant by the daughters of
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Adam de Brunlay quit claim by the daughters of
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Henry Earl of Lincoln grant by
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Vicars of Whalley and Blackburn grant by
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Matilda relict of Adam de Brunlay quit claim by
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WHALLEY VICARAGE Archbishop of Canterbury confirmation by
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CLITHERO Castle CHAPEL Edward III confirmation by
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