Genealogy of the Dutton Family of Pennsylvania, Preceded by a History of the Family in England from the Time of William the Conqueror to the Year 1669: with an Appendix Containing a Short Account of the Duttons of Conn

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Página 18 - Martyrology; whereunto the prior and convent were bound, under a penalty of three shillings and four-pence, to be levied by the provincial prior upon omission of such form of service ; and if for a week or a fortnight it were omitted, then must they double the time omitted in manner aforesaid : if neglected for six months, then upon pain of suspension : if for a year, then upon excommunication, until the time omitted be made up : whereunto are witnesses, Thomas, abbot of St. Werburge, of Chester...
Página 16 - Licensed by the Heirs of Dutton of Dutton, within the County Palatine of Chester, or the County of the City of Chester, according to their ancient Custom, are exempted out of the Statute of Rogues, 39 Eliz.
Página 18 - Warrington, shall be especially elected to pray for the salvation of Sir Thomas, his children, and of Philippa, his wife, and her parents ; and for the soul of Dame Ellen, late wife of the said Sir Thomas, their children and parents, when they shall die, at the great altar of their church yearly for ever; and that their names be written down in their Martyrology; whereunto the prior and convent were bound, under a penalty of...
Página 16 - Fidlers, and Shoe-makers. The Deed here toucheth Letchers and Whores. The Privilege and Custom used at this day by the Heirs of Dutton, is over the Minstrelsie and Common Fidlers ; none being suffered to Play in this County, without the Licence of the Lord of Dutton, who keeps a Court at Chester yearly, on...
Página 43 - Richardson, died intestate, and letters of administration on his estate were granted to Thomas Williams, of Westchester, as principal creditor, April 28, 1697.
Página 15 - Cheshire, granted unto him and his heirs by John, constable of Cheshire, and Baron of Halton, as freely as the said John held the same of the Earl of Chester ; saving the right of the said John to him and his heirs ; which are the very words of the deed, only...
Página 18 - ... of Lionell, the King's son, Protector of England, and assaulted the manor of Geaumes, nigh Reading, in Wiltshire, and there slew Michael Poynings, the uncle, and Thomas le Clerke, of Shipton, and others, and committed a rape on Margery, the wife of one Nicholas de la Beche, for which the King pardoned him; and he found Sir Bernard Brocas, Sir Hugh Berewyk, Philip Durdanyt, and John Haydoke, his sureties in the Chancery, for his good abearing, 26 Edw. III. He was, by several commissions, employed...
Página 13 - Nigel!, constable to Randle the second, and by William, his son, on that day when the said William, the father, and William, the son, did visit Hugh, the son of Hodard, on his death-bed at Kekwick ; at which time Hugh, the son of Hodard, gave unto William, the father, his coat of mail and his charging...
Página 13 - Agamemnon's scepter), as an heirloom, by the name of Hudard's sword ; and so at this day it is by tradition received and called.
Página 17 - ... pedigree;) and had issue Hugh Dutton, son and heir; and William Dutton, who married Maud, daughter and coheir to Sir Richard Stockport, of Stockport, 1305 ; which William, with others, was indicted 35 Edw. I. for taking away the said Maud, by force, from Dunham Massy, being then in the custody of Hamon Massy ; whom they took out of her chamber into the court, stripping her of all her clothes, save her smock, saith the record ; Robert Dutton, parson of Eccleston, 1320: also Margaret, a daughter....

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