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The Itinerary of John Leland the Antiquary (page 5/12)

[picture: Leland's Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 32]

Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 32

S. Botolphes Tyme
Bede
Canwike Village
Lincolne
Burton Village
Kind Stephane
Barre gate [in Lincoln]
Brasebridg.
Barre
S. Catarines
Barre gate
The Toune of Lincoln
Newporte Gate
Ruines of the House of the Augustine Freres
Wikerford
The Ryver of Lindis
Swanne Poole
Chorleton Village
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 33

Lincoln
Lincoln Ryver
Fosse Dike Water
Ryver of Lincoln
Gualterus called Dorotheus, Dene of Lincoln
Ranulphus de Kyme
Wikerford
Reginaldus Molendinarius, Merchaunt of Lincoln
Henry Lacy, Erle of Lincoln
Nunny, his Almoner
Henry Lacy and Nunnu
Lincoln
Tokesey
old Tokesey
Trent
the Wynde Mille Hille
Fosse Nunnery
Fosse Dik
Fosse Dike
new Torkesey
Priory of S. Leonard
The Ripe
Torke
Lincolnshire
Notinghamshire
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 34

John Babington
Raunton Village
Trent
Torkesey
Marton Village
Watheling Street
Dancaster
Litleborough Village
Litleborough fery
Stratton on the Streate
Dancaster
Marton
Snafe on Trent/Snape on Trent
Lord Darcy
Gainesford on Trent / Gainsburrowe on Trent
Lincolnshire
Gainesborough
the Ripe of Trent
Gainesborow is a good Market Toune
Lincoln
Sir Thomas Borow, Knight of the Garther, and
Dnā de Botreaux, his Wife: obiit Thomas an. D. 1408.
Grandfather to the Lord Borow
Ds. Edmundus Cornewaile
Thonak
Gaynesborow
the Cornewailes
Edmund
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 35

a Parke by Gainesborow longging to the Lord Borow
Mr. Henege
Gainesborow
[River] Trent
Notinghamshire
Madersey Village
Madersey
Scroby in Nottinghamshir
In the mene Tounelet of Scroby
Manor Place longging to the archbishop of York
Bawtre
Bautre
Scroby Water
Dancaster [Doncaster]
Blithelo
Blith Ryver
Rosington Bridge
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 36

[Fol. 38] the Towne of Dancaster [Doncaster]
[Parish Church of St. George] of S. George
Countess of Westmerland, Margarete Cobham
the Freres Bridge
Dun Ryver
S. Mary Gate
[Fol. 39]
The hole Toune of Dancaster is builded of Wodde
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 37

Dancaster [Doncaster]
Tikhille
The Market Town of Tikhil
Estdelde [steward] of Tikhil and Heatfeld [died] 1386
Tikhille castle
Rosington Bridge
the Fitz-Williams
the Grauntfather and Father to my Lorde Privy Seale
Purefoy alias Clearfoy/Clarefoy
Clarelles
Clarelles Haulle
Toorne wood
the Honor of Tikhil
Cunesborow
Cunesborow castle
Cunisborow
Dancaster
Heathfeld
Heatfeld
Axholme warde
Thurne Village
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 38

Heatfeld [Hatfield?]
Lord Mowbray
Thurne
Lord Mulbray
Wranton Cote
Axholm
Idille [river]
Byer [river]
Bikers Dike
Bellegreve Park
hepworth
melwood Park
Croole Wood
Selleby Monastery [Selby?]
Axey
Oxtun
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 39

Kinard [hill]
Ferry over the River Trent
Hepworth
Bellegreve Park
Lord Mulbray of Axholm
Milwood Park
Mr. Candisch
Westbutter Wike
Bellethorp [Gentleman]
Shefefeld [Sheffield]
Oxton
Melwood Park
Sheffeld that was Recorder of London
Gibthorp
Babington
Butterwik [Butterwick?]
Sheffild
Candisch
Evers
Mounsun
Bellewodde
Axholm
Dancaster [Doncaster]
Causeby
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 40

Wentbrid [Wentbridge?]
Wente River
Pontfract [Pontefract]
Watelyng Streate [Watling Street, a Roman road]
Legeolium
Brokenbridg [Brokenbridge]
S. Leonardes in the Frithe [chapel]
Edmunde Lacy
Collage of White Freres in Pontefract
Sir Robert Knolles
Trinite College [Trinity College, pontefact]
Skouthorp Manor
Walsingham
Snorre Castelle [Pontefract Castle]
King William [the Conqueror]
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 41

Brokenbridg
hilbert de laceio
S. Clemente College
Robert Lacy
Hilbert Lacy
Priory of Saint oswald
Richard Aschenals
Saint Oswaldes
S. Oswaldes [Saint Oswald’s?]
Radulphus Aldlaver
Sandon Village
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 42

Master Waterton
Sandong Paroch [Sandon Parish]
Warine Erle of Surrey
Wakefeld [Wakefield]
[description of Wakefield]
Rutheland [Rutland]
Lord Clifford, called The Butcher
[more...] [$]

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Leland’s Itinerary, Volume 1 Page 43

Wakefeld [Wakefield]
Lohille
Pontefract
Wakefeld Moore
Wente Ryver
Castelleford [Castleford?]
Aire Ryver
Swillington Bridge
Fery [Ferry Bridge]
Whitewood Village
Calder River
The Caslte Hille
Archibald Giseland of Lincolnshire
Wteling Streate
Aberforde [more...] [$]


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