The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary (page 3/12)

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 8

Foderingey Avon
Northampton
Thrapeston Bridge
Hermitage
Iselep on Avon
Draiton Village and Castelle
Lord Mordant Staford Erle of Wileshir, Uncle to Edward late Duke of Bokingham the Younger Grene The Great Grene Grenes Northon
Draiton
Drayton Castele
Finton bridg
Kettering
Welingborow Market
Higheham-bridge
Higheham-Ferrars toune
Welingboro
Welingborow
Northampton-shire
Avon River
Oundale
Asscheby Castle
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 9

Avon Ryver Northampton
Northampton Castel
[folio 8]
Al-Halowes Church, Northampton
Wedon Water
Chapelle of S. Catarinne
S. Andreas, the late [Monastery] of blake Monkes Simon Saincteliz Erle of Northampton and Huntenduneshiredied yn Fraunce Erle Simon the secunde Vreney, that was made Knight at the Feeld of Northampton S. James [[church in Northampton]] De la Pray
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 10

Henry the vj.
Northampton
Quenes Crosse
de la Pray
S John’s Hospitale
William Saincte Clere, Archidiacon of Northampton Simons Sanctecleres Saincte John’s Saincteliz
Lady Margaret Elis Pouger [[or Ponget]] S Thomas Hospitale
[folio 10]
Gray-freres House
Salysbiries the Salisbyries House of Gray Frere
Sir Wylliam Par Blake-Freres
White-Freres House
Augustine-Freres House
Langfelds of Buckinghamshire Langefeld Knight [more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 11

Avon Ryver Gilesborow Village
Gillesborow
Northampton
Wedon Water
Faullesle yn Mr. Knightele’s Poles
Badby Poles
Wedon stream
Faullesle Pooles
Chare
Chare Ryver
Banbyri
Flour Village
Hayford Village
Mantelles S. Thomas Bridge
Avon Water
Watheling Strete
Wedon on the Streate
S. Warburge
Bekharwik, a Monasterie yn Normandie
King Henry the vj. Eton College
Wyndesore.
Charton St.
Charleton
Chare
Charwell
Hayford
Harford St.
Dr. Tanner [more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 12

S. Werburges Chapelle S. Werburge’s Chapelle
Towcester
Wedon
Northampton
John Farmar Towcestre
[Towcester Castle]
Kingesthorpe
Multon Parke
Lord Vaulx Ketering
Skerford Village
Gadington
Ardingworth Water
Welledon
Welleden
Kingesthorp
S. Peter’s of Northampton by the Castelle
Earl of Warwick Northamptonshir [sic]
Hanslap
Multon
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 13

Welleden Deene
Yve Lorde of Dene King John Welleden Priory
Benifeld
Benifeld Castelle
Lord Bassingburn Souch of Codmor Baybroke Braybroke Castelle
Wiland Water
Rokingham
The Castelle of Rokingham
The Forest of Rokingham
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 14

Benifeld Village Rokingham
Pippewelle
Pippewelle Abbay
Pipewelle
Dene
Haringworth
Lorde Souche Staunton Village
Mr. Brudenel Welande Ryver
Northamptonshire
Leicestreshire
Ruthelandshire
Beningfeld Village [more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 15

Weland Rokingham
Staunton
Weland Water
Stanton
Leyrcester
Noseley Village
Martivale sive de Mortua-valle
Roger de Martivale, Bishop of Salisbury Sr. Anketill de Martivall, Lord of Noseley Roger Joyce Robert de Saddington Isabell Sir Rafe Hastings Kt. Sir Rafe de Hastings Kt. George Hastinges, Earle of Huntington Margaret Roger Heron Kt. Sir John Blaket Kt. Isabell Margaret Elizabeth Thomas Haselrig of Fawdon in Nor Shefington
Shefingtons Blaketes Roger Mortevalle Villege of Noseley
Mortevilles Hughe Hastinges Hasilrig of Scotlande Skefington
the Skefingtons Stanton
Leircester
Lughborow [more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 16

S. John’s Hospital [in Leicester] College of Newark in Leyrcester
Robert Bossue, Erle of Leircester, or Petronilla, a Countes of Leircester S. Marie Abbay of Leyrcester
Gray-Freres of Leircester
the Hospital of Mr. Wigeston
Simon Mountefort King Richard III. Bosworth feild [sic]
a Knight called Mutton Mayre of Leyrcester Blake-Freres
Lady Isabel, Wife to Sr. John Beauchaump of Holt. Roger Poynter of Leicester Leyrcester
[Leicester Castle]
Robert Bossu Erle of Leircester Abay of Chanons
Chirch of S. marie
Thomas Rider, Father to Master Richard of Leircester. [more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 17

Newarke [collegiate church] Henry Erle of Lancaster
Henry the first Duke of Lancaster
Constance, [daugher] to Peter, King of Castelle and Wife to John of Gaunt
Henry IV, wife of John O’Gaunt
Shirleys, Knights
Brokesby an Esquier
Lady Hungreford
Sacheverel
one of the Bluntes, a Knight, with his Wife
3 Wigestons, greate Benefactors to the College. One of them was a Prebendarie there, and made the free Grammar Schole.
Cardinal of Winchester
[river] Sore
Blake-Freres
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 18

[river] Sore
S. Maries [abbey]
Castel of Mountsorelle
the Bishoppes Water
Bishop of Lincoln
Hospital of J. John.
Mr. Boucher
S. Margarete’s [Leicester]
Leicester
John Peny first Abbate of Leircester, then Bishop of Bangor and Cairuel
Leicester Aybby
Leircester
Brodegate
Lord Thomas Gray
Marquise of Dorsete, Father to Henry that is now Marquise
Maister Brok
Erles of Leircester
Lorde Ferrares of Groby
the Grayes
Groby
Parke of Brodegate
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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 19

Thomas Marquesh
Groby
the Ferrares
Ullescroft Priory
Lord Thomas first Marquise of Dorset
Leyrcestreshire
Sore River
[folio 20]
Brodegate
Lughborow
Brodegate Parke
the Foreste of Charley
the Wast
Erle of Huntingdune
Asscheby de la Zouche
Whitwik Castel and Village
Lughborow Market
Wolvescroft Priorie
Whitewik Castel
Marquise of Dorsete
Parke of Bewmaner
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