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A Topographical Dictionary of England
Lempster, that having been the ancient name of the town. Leominster (St. Mary ... Wright; and an infant school is supported by the Misses Wright. Leominster (St. Peter and St. Paul) ...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles I, 1637-8
petition of Lemens, John Baptista van Lemmond, the, of London Lempster, see Leominster and Leinster. Lenning, his son Lennox, Duke of, see Stuart, James. ... preachers at court, list of Lenthall, Sir Edmund Sir...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9, August-December 1535
955. Lemeryk. See Limerick. Lempster. See Leominster. Lemster, Wm., 653. Lemster. See Leominster. Lenche or Lynche, Wm., 84. Lencolne. See Lincoln. ... See Liege, H. of. Leominster...
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 15, 1540
Lemman, John, g. 282 (2). Lempster. See Leominster. Lemster. See Leominster ... Leo. See Juda, L. Leominster (Lempster), Heref., 476:g. 282 (30, 63, ... Place, g...
Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 4, 1672-1675
862. Lemons 12 farm of, 518. Lempster. See Leominster. Lennard Anne, ... to the Queen, 114. Lenton Mead (co. Notts), 386. Leominster (Lempster), (co.
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 6, 1454-1461
Lempster. See Leominster. Lemyng, William, grocer of London, 169, 2867, 438. Lenne, Lenn. See Lynn. Lenthale. See Leynthale. Leominster, Lempster [co.
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 14 Part 1, January-July 1539
I beg your favour for the bearer, the prior of Lempster, and, ... who was a native of Bologna. The abbot of Reading, of which Leominster was a cell.
A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 5, the Hundred of Cleley
marriage and elevation to the peerage as Lord Lempster in 1692 appear ... Lempster's death in 1711 may have led to the abandonment of other aspects ... difficulties of the family during the two generations...
Calendar of State Papers Domestic: Charles II, 1683 January-June
signed by Leny. See Young, Sir John, of Leny Leominster (Lempster