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A History of the County of Buckingham: Volume 4
of the 13th century Ralph Pirot was holding the mesne lordship in Towersey, ... Pirot, in 1337. 9 No later reference to it has been found. In the middle ... to that part of the vill of Towersey called LITTLE EYE...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 13, 1264-1268
Oxford], manor, 487, 537. Pierot. See Pirot. Pikering. See Pickering. ... his daughter. See Paynel. Pirot, Pierot, Pyrot, Pyerot, Ralph, 379, 519, 561. Pirot, John, 470. Pising, Pysing, John de,...
The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 10
by the Pirots. Alan Pirot died possessed of it at the latter end of king Henry I.'s reign, and was succeeded in it by Robert Pirot, whose heir was Ingelram de
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 14, 1268-1272
Peopleton. Pippard. See Pipard. Piraunt. See Pirot. Pirie. See Potterspury. ... son of Thomas de la, 412. -, Walter de, 538. Pirot, Pyrot, Pyroth, ... Pirot. Pythek, Richard de, and Simon, his...
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, Volume 1, Henry III
Emma de, 73. Pirot, Pyrot, Ralph, 241. Pirot, Ralph (2), 241, 626, 713. ... Pyrot. See Pirot. Pytchley, Pitchley, Pictesle, Pittesle, co. N'hamp., 166,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 10, 1256-1259
269. Pipherst, Jordan de, 478. Pirithon, Piryton. See Periton. Pirot ... -, -, Alice, his wife, 113. Pyriton. See Periton. Pyrot. See Pirot
A History of the County of Cambridge and the Isle of Ely: Volume 6
from Eudes by Pirot, and it became known as PYRATTS or SAWSTON manor. By c. 1210 it was held by Ralph Pirot, 95 presumably by direct descent from Pirot. Ralph died in 1222 and his son and heir...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II: Volume 2, 1313-1318
of Cambridge. June 18. Saltwood. Simon Pirot acknowledges that he owes
A History of the County of Bedford: Volume 3
Pirot held the other 1 hides of Eudo, 66 part of which in 12846 was held ... between three principal tenants, Norman, Rolland and Pirot, who held respectively ... held and could assign to whom he wished the land...