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Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the county of Northampton
Henry Isham Longden
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Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley, in the county of Northampton;: With special reference to his Virginia descendants [Longden, Henry Isham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley, in the county of Northampton;: With special reference to his Virginia descendantsAuthor: Henry Isham Longden.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the county of Northampton by Longden, Henry Isham,Mitchell and Hughes edition, Microform in EnglishPages: He was M.A.
of Keble College, Oxford and rector of Heyford, county Northampton, and later of a parish of Northampton itself. In he published a book having the title: Some Notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the County of Northampton with special reference to his Virginian Descendants.
London: Mitchell and Hughes, Wardour Street, Longden, Rev. Henry Isham (), Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham, of Pytchley in the county of Northampton: with special reference to his Virginian descendants, Mitchell and Hughes, London, 33 p.
Available online at Genealogy profile for Gregory Isham NOTES TAKEN FROM VOL. 6 Pt.3 P*"Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham, of Pytchley in the county of Northampton: with special reference to his Virginian descendants" Author:Longden, Henry Isham, Pages. Biography. Jobn Isham, the eldest son, married twice, first to Anne, daughter of Sir William Fitzwilliain of Milton, county Northampton.
According to the Pytchley Regis. Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the county of Northampton book this first wife died when her only child was : Euseby Isham was born on March 20in Pytchley, Northamptonshire, England, to Sir Euseby Isham and Anne Isham. Euseby had 7 siblings: William Isham, John Isham, Gregory Isham, Anthony Isham, Thomas Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the county of Northampton book, Mary Dormer and Susanna Threlfall.
She married Sir Euseby Isham of Pitchley and Braunston (born 26 February /3), son of Gregory Isham, of London and Braunston, by his wife Elizabeth Dale. Euseby and Anne (Borlase) Isham had at least three sons (William was their 3rd son, baptized in /8).
Sir Euseby Isham died at Pytchley 11 June Pytchley is a village and civil parish in Northamptonshire, England, three miles south-west of Kettering and near the A14 road. At the time of the census, the parish's population was people. The village has a Church of England Primary School, a church and a Pytchley Hunt is a famous fox hunt based near the village.
ReferencesDistrict: Kettering. Sir Justinian Isham, fifth Baronet* of Lamport, co Northampton, (born ; died ) compiled a very valuable book of notes relating to the history and genealogy of the county.
In it are notes from old books, extracts from parish registers and wills, and a variety of genealogical material, much of it concerning his own family and the. The poysoning of Sir Euseby Andrew: My opinion at the assises in Some notes on Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley in the county of Northampton book demaunded in court touching the poysoning of Sr Euseby Andrew more fully Northamptonshire Second series.
London) [Cotta, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The poysoning of Sir Euseby Andrew: My opinion at the assises in Northampton demaunded in. Sir Justinian Isham, fifth Baronet of Lamport, co. Northampton, (born ; died ) compiled a very valuable book of notes relating to the history and genealogy of the county.
In it are notes from old books, extracts from parish registers and wills, and a variety of genealogical material, much of it concerning his own family and the families with which he was connected. Born: abt. Died: U.S. President [JEFFERSON] 's 6-Great Grandfather.
Wife/Partner: Anne POULTON Children: John ISHAM ; Gregory ISHAM. SIR EUSEBY ISHAM (Gregory, Euseby), born Feb. 26, ; died at Pytchley J and was buried in Pytchley church; married Anne Borlase, daughter of John Borlase of Little Marlow, county Bucks.
She died in Dec. In he served as high sheriff of Northamptonshire and was knighted by King James I on He left a will. Pytchley, a village and a parish in Northamptonshire. The village stands 2½ miles S of Kettering, and 2½ from Isham station on the main line of the M.R., and has a post office under Kettering; money order office, Broughton; telegraph office, Kettering.
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Pytchley Manor House is a Grade II listed building in Pytchley, Northamptonshire, England. See why it was listed, view it on a map, see visitor comments and photos and share your own comments and photos of this building.
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He was the son of William Isham () and Mary, daughter of William Brett of Toddington, Bedford, and grandson of Sir Euseby Isham of Pytchley, of. Northampton prospered as a river port and trading centre in Anglo-Saxon times, despite being burnt in by a Danish army under the command of one Thorkil, and burnt again in by the rebellious northern earls Edwin and Morcar as part of their revolt against the then Earl of Northumbria, Tostig.
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ANDREW, Thomas (c), of Great Addington and Harleston, Northants. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commonsed. B.D. Henning, Available from Boydell and Brewer.
PITCHLEY, or Pytchley, a village and a parish in Kettering district, Northampton. The village stands 2¾ miles S of Kettering r. station, and has a postal letter-box under Wellingborough.
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Paul Sharplinggrew up in Northampton and taught languages for many years in Size: 2MB. Elizabeth’s great-grandfather John Isham, the fourth son of Euseby Isham of Pytchley, Northamptonshire, although unschooled and without resources of his own, rose from being a small mercer and merchant-adventurer in Elizabethan London to be-come a wealthy woolens merchant and master warden of the Company of Mercers.
Northampton, Harpole CP 25/1//86, number Link: Image of document at AALT: County: Northamptonshire. Place: Westminster. Date: Three weeks from Easter, 49 Edward III [13 May ]. And afterwards one week from the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 5 Richard [II] [9 February ].
Parties. Pdf must have prospered from the first, for he joined with his brother, Robert, the parson of Pytchley, in the purchase from Sir William Cecil of the manor and advowson of Lamport on Jan. 13,for £, a purchase recorded in the remembrance book .The Visitations of Download pdf Made in and With Northamptonshire Pedigrees for the impressing of six hundred and sixty-seven able men within the said county of between two fleurs-de-lis of the last, over all a baton dexter-wise, as the second in the canton ; this is the arms of Sir John Clarke.
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