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Collections for a History of Staffordshire Volume 1. William Salt Archaeological Society

Collections for a History of Staffordshire Volume 1
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Author: William Salt Archaeological Society
Number of Pages: 198 pages
Published Date: 01 Mar 2012
Publisher: Rarebooksclub.com
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781130261288
File size: 42 Mb
Download Link: Collections for a History of Staffordshire Volume 1
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 Excerpt: ...a member of Pantulf s Barony, and was held sine medio of the Crown. Who was Ivo Pantulf s tenant at Dorrington, at the time of the Liber Niger, must be matter of conjecture. I opine that it was that John Bagot, who contemporaneously held Blymhill of Ranulf de Belmeis, --who held of Robert de Stafford. At the time of the Feodaries of 1240-1242, the male line ot Bagot, of Blymhill, had recently expired in the person of another John Bagot, who left several daughters and coheirs, of whom a full account will be given in the 'History of Blymhill, ' hereafter to be included in these collectanea. As regards Derrington, one of the Feodaries says that " The heirs 1 Gctb had other grandsons. One of them, William Basset, was styled 'of Sapcoate.' He acquired by purchase from Osbert Beysin the Staffordshire Manor of Chcadle. This made Basset of Sapcoate a tenant in the Barony of Stafford. The purchase was after the date of the Liber Niger. of John Bagot, hold one knight's fee in Dodinton, of the Barony of Wem;" another Feodary says that the "Lady of Blumenhull," (meaning John Bagot's eldest daughter) "with her Coparceners, holds one fee in Dudinton, of the Fees of Wemme." The Feodary of 1284 (' Stanford's Quest') says that "William de Ipstanes holds Dodinton, of Walter de Hopton, of the Barony of Wem; where it is necessary to explain that William de Ipstanes represented one of the Blymhill Coheiresses of 1240, while Walter de Hopton represented his wife, Matilda Pantulf, Baroness of Wem in her own right, and already widow of Ralph le Butiler, ancestor, by her, of the subsequent Barons. Almington, called in Domesday 'Almentone, ' was also held in 1086, by William Pantulf, of Wem, under the Earl of Shrewsbury. It was " with its appurte...

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