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A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 7
Plate 5: Kempsford and Hatherop, chapels Kempsford: St. Anne's chapel, Whelford Hatherop Church: the south chapel with the tomb of Lady de Mauley (d. 1844)
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 1, 1422-1429
Close Rolls, Henry VI Corrigenda CORRIGENDA. Page 109, line 14, for Benyshille read Beuyshille. " 204, line 17, for Manley read Mauley. " 276, line 19, for Mamer read Manier. " 354, line 17 from foot, for Mes Eugrous
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 2, 1313-1318
de Teye, Peter de Mauley, Walter de Facomberge, Nicholas de Menill,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 3, 1333-1337
to cause Peter de Mauley to be released from prison by mainprise,
A History of the County of York: Volume 3
Fossard, and afterwards by Peter de Mauley and Isabella his wife, with licence of the pope. Peter de Mauley III, grandson of the forenamed, in 1294 ... These would be those imposed in 1294 by Peter de ...
A History of the County of York North Riding: Volume 2
The king granted Peter de Mauley the second in February 12534 a weekly market ... to have been fortified by the first Peter de Mauley 46 who acquired Mulgrave before 1220. ... in 1309, 50 but in 1326 Peter de...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry V: Volume 1, 1413-1419
of Maud who was wife of Peter Mauley knight, and to give her livery ... and Rosyngton, that by licence of the late king, by name of Peter lord Mauley ... other things and, with licence of the late king to him by...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 13, 1369-1374
Mauley and sometime wife of the said John Darcy tenants in chief,
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 17
Johnstone, Richard Martin, Lord de Mauley, Jane Milne, Shaun Morley, Mrs M.