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An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in Huntingdonshire
Denton 22. DENTON (B.b.). (O.S. 6 in. IX N.W.) Denton is a small parish 7 m. S.S.W. of Peterborough. The church is the principal monument. ... fleur-de-lis head and date A.D. 1607...
A History of the County of Lancaster: Volume 4
and heir of Adam de Kenyon, 15 died in 1402 holding 'the manor of Denton' ... by a rent of 15 d. 29 Holland of Denton. Azure seme of fleurs de lis ... all his lands of ...
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 5
and Denton, granted to William de Bernak and Alice his wife, daughter of Robert ... who in 1249 was called John de Denton; in 1256, he claimed to be superiour lord ... of the...
A History of the County of Huntingdon: Volume 3
Lancelin granted a knight's fee in Denton to Richard de Beville (Baiuille). ... Richard 11 de Beville, evidently as security for the knight's fee in Denton ... and 1309. A John...
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4
de Branfelde 1 virgate, as life tenants. 17 In 1316 a moiety of Denton ... 26 In 1284 27 and 1316 28 a moiety of Denton was held by John de ... by Gerard de...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 3
Parishes Denton DENTON NEAR GRAVESEND. NORTHWARD from Chalk lies Denton, called in the Textus Roffensis, Denitune, and in Domesday, Danitone, ... of the Danes, i.e. Dane town. It is now usually...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 9
Parishes Denton DENTON LIES next to Barham south-eastward, being written in the survey of Domesday, Danitone, and at present Denton ... Gravesend, in this county. It has only one borough in it,...
A Topographical Dictionary of England
Denby - Denton, West Denby (St. Mary) DENBY ( St. Mary), a parish, ... was built by William de Kirkby, prior of Norwich, about the year 1200. Denham ... is a polling-place for the West riding.See Cowgill....
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 2, 1429-1435
Close Rolls, Henry VI October 1429 October 1429 Oct. 28. Westminster. Peter de Pole of Derbyshire, John Denton of Lincolnshire and Richard Frodesham vicar of Osbernby co. Lincoln to Richard Colme chaplain.