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Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV: Volume 2, 1468-1476
his wife, daughter of Francis Tylney esquire, on the one part, and Robert Tylney esquire and Hugh Tylney, her uncles, and all those persons claiming to their use of the lands of the late Philip...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV: Volume 1, 1461-1468
of Geoffrey Mydilton late of Tylney deceased and to the heirs of his body, ... of Tylney and John Mann, their heirs and assigns. Charter indented of demise of 16 acres of land in Tylney in a field...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I: Volume 5, 1302-1307
and sought to replevy his land in Tylneye, which was taken into the king's hands for his default before the bailiffs of Thomas Bardolf at Tylneye in his court of Tylneye against Henry Carbonel and...
A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 4
wooded and fairly level, the greatest height recorded being in Tylney ... on the main line of the London and SouthWestern Railway. Tylney Park takes ... Tylney Hall, which was rebuilt in 1879...
Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 3, 1435-1441
and proof before William bishop of Lincoln and Philip Tylney of Boston,
Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III 1476-1485
and services with wards, reliefs, escheats, marriages etc. in Tylney, Ilsyngton, ... John Colvyle, John Heydon gentleman, Richard Roger of Tylney and John Boys of Ennemeth, and sixteen acres of land in ...
A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 17, Offlow Hundred (Part)
Tylney, and it apparently descended through her son Frederick (or Philip) ... Tylney (d. 1497). Elizabeth's second husband, Thomas Howard (d. 1524), earl
The Environs of London: Volume 4, Counties of Herts, Essex and Kent
to his son Richard, (created Viscount Castlemaine in 1718, and Earl Tylney in 1732,) and to his grandson the late Earl Tylney, who died without issue ... Tylney Long, Bart. of Draycot in Wilts, (...
An Essay Towards A Topographical History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 9
Tylney, &c. granted to Peter, being part of the fees or lordships of Simon, ... Hakebeche, Tylney, and Tyrington; 5 no doubt on some assurances of their better
A History of the County of Essex: Volume 6
and churchwardens of St. Mary's: Tylney, Plomer, Waldo, Bowles and Rushout, Rushout ... Canfield. In 1834 it was spent along with the income from Tylney's, Waldo's, ... on the matter as late as 1838. 32 John...