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An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 7
John Shott. Ditto. 1423, William de Spanby. Ditto. 1436, John Fychet.
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 13, Bampton Hundred (Part One)
of Lincoln College, Oxford, Lincolnshire, see Spanby Lindup, W. G., Linsey, ... Standish), Jas., (or Standish), Joan, see Spanby Thos., fam., Savile: Sir Geo. ... vicar of Bampton, Souwy, Thos., Spanby...
A History of the County of Oxford: Volume 15, Bampton Hundred (Part Three)
but probably before 1439 it passed to the Spanby family of Spanby (Lincs.), relatives of Thomas de Meaux. 30 John Spanby presented to the church in 1502, 31 and in 1505 the manor passed to Arthur...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II: Volume 6, 1396-1399
and the moiety of one knight's fee in Spanby and Horblynge co. Lincoln. ... and Manthorp, and the moiety of one knight's fee in Spanby and Horblynge which,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 2, 1429-1435
of Margery wife of William Spanby of Aldenham co. Hertford one of the daughters ... February. John Penne, son and heir of Margery wife of William Spanby
Lincoln Wills: Volume 2, 1505-1530
Somercotes Somercotes, North Somercotes, South Somersby Spalding Spanby Spilsby
A History of the County of Lincoln: Volume 2
and Thrapston, Northants; and lands in Bourne and Spanby, with mills and tithes
A Topographical Dictionary of England
were commuted for land in 1813. Spanby (St. Nicholas) SPANBY ( St. Nicholas),