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The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Kt. (now Lord Mayor of London) Sir Thomas Player, Kt. deceased; Slingisby Bethell, Esq; Henry Cornish, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Shute, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Swynock, John Deagle, Francis Jenkes, deceas"d; Richard Freeman, John Jekyll, Robert Kaye and John Wickam, all now, or late citizens of London; as to the riot pretended to be committed by them in the election of sheriffs in the year 1682

The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Kt. (now Lord Mayor of London) Sir Thomas Player, Kt. deceased; Slingisby Bethell, Esq; Henry Cornish, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Shute, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Swynock, John Deagle, Francis Jenkes, deceas"d; Richard Freeman, John Jekyll, Robert Kaye and John Wickam, all now, or late citizens of London; as to the riot pretended to be committed by them in the election of sheriffs in the year 1682

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Published by [s.n.] in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pilkington, Thomas, -- Sir, -- d. 1691 -- Early works to 1800,
  • Trials (Riots) -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800,
  • Riots -- England -- London -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2527:3
    ContributionsPilkington, Thomas, Sir, d. 1691, England and Wales. Court of King"s Bench
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination8 p
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15437985M

      Sir Thomas Frowyk KS. Sir Thomas Frowyk KS (c – 7 October ) was an English justice. Born at Gunnersbury, Middlesex, Thomas Frowyk was the son of a London mercer, Sir Thomas Frowyk, by his second wife, Jane Sturgeon, daughter of Richard Sturgeon.[1] He had a sister, Isabel Frowyk, who married Sir Thomas Haute (d), and a brother.   Sir Thomas Pilkington, 7th Bt. was born on 7 December 2 He was the son of Sir Michael Pilkington, 6th Bt. and Isabella Rawstorne. 3 He married Elizabeth Anne Tufnell, daughter of William Tufnell, on 1 August 2 He died on 9 July at without male issue. 2.

    Knights banneret created by Richard, Duke of Gloucester, in Scotland at Hutton Field beside Berwick, probably at the surrendering of Berwick to the English, which took place on 24 August 22 August , Thomas Pilkington. 22 August , Robert Ryder. Henry VII. Knights banneret created by King Henry VII at the battle of Stoke Field the first three were appointed before the battle and. Sir is a formal English honorific address for men, derived from Sire in the High Middle ionally, as governed by law and custom, Sir is used for men titled knights i.e. of orders of chivalry, and later also to baronets, and other the female equivalent for knighthood is damehood, the suo jure female equivalent term is typically wife of a knight or baronet tends to.

      (app c) Sir Rhys ap Thomas Fitz-Urian. An ardent supporter of Henry VII. (inv ) Sir Thomas Brandon. (app ) Charles, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards the Emperor Charles V. (inv ) Thomas, 1st Lord Darcy. Warden of the Scots Marshes. Joined in the Pilgrimage of Grace. Convicted of high treason and beheaded. In Robert Wroth, father of Sir Thomas, was granted the same title by Henry VII for a term of 30 years, although the same was granted by Henry VIII to William Courtenay in In Sir Thomas petitioned King Edward to be admitted forester in fee of the King's Forests of Exmoor, He was also a commissioner in the case of John Story.


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The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Kt. (now Lord Mayor of London) Sir Thomas Player, Kt. deceased; Slingisby Bethell, Esq; Henry Cornish, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Shute, Esq; deceas"d; Samuel Swynock, John Deagle, Francis Jenkes, deceas"d; Richard Freeman, John Jekyll, Robert Kaye and John Wickam, all now, or late citizens of London; as to the riot pretended to be committed by them in the election of sheriffs in the year 1682 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Kt. (now Lord Mayor of London) Sir Thomas Player, Kt. deceased ; Slingisby Bethell, Esq ; Henry Cornish, Esq ; deceas'd ; Samuel Shute, Esq ; deceas'd ; Samuel Swynock, John Deagle, Francis Jenkes, deceas'd ; Richard Freeman, John Jekyll, Robert Kaye and John Wickam, all now, or late citizens of London ; The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington to the riot pretended to be committed by them in the.

Get this from a library. To the Kings most excellent Majesty: the humble petition of Sir Thomas Pilkington, kt., Lord Mayor of London, Slingsby Bethell, Esq., Samuel Swinock, John Deagle, Richard Freeman, John Jakell, John Key, and John Wickham, in behalf of themselves, and of the respective executors and administrators of Sir Thomas Player kt.

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The case of Sir Thomas Pilkington, Kt. (now Lord Mayor of London) Sir Thomas Player, Kt. deceased; Slingisby Bethell, Esq; Henry Cornish, Esq; deceas'd; Samuel Shute, Esq; deceas'd; Samuel Swynock, John Deagle, Francis Jenkes, deceas'd; Richard Freeman, John Jekyll, Robert Kaye and John Wickam, all now, or late citizens of London; as to the riot pretended to be committed by them in the.

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Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Pilkington, Thomas, Sir, ; Format: Book, Online; [4], 46+ p. ; 31 cm. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Full text of "History of the Pilkington family of Lancashire and its branches, from to ". newlycreated Earl of Derby. Sir Thomas Pilkington was granted Royal pardon in The Pilkington Knights fought in the Wars of the Roses and in the 15th century three members of the family were High Sheriffs of Lancashire.

Their Pilkington relatives included Sir Charles Pilkington who was appointed High Sheriff of Nottingham and Derby in   Sir Thomas Henry Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, 14th Bt.

was born on 10 March 2 He is the son of Major Sir Arthur William Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, 13th Bt. and Elizabeth Mary Harrison. 1 He married Susan Adamson, daughter of Norman Stewart Rushton Adamson, on 17 November 2.

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Full text of "The Knights of England.A complete record from the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in Ireland". Available in the National Library of Australia collection.

Author: Pilkington, Thomas, Sir, ; Format: Book, Microform; [2], 58 pages [i.e. 60] p. Sir Thomas Pilkington, Sheriff of Lancashire married Margaret Harington, daughter of Sir Richard Harington, Escheater of the County Palatine of Lancaster, Bailiff of Caen, Controller of the Household and Elizabeth Bradshaw, circa Sir Thomas Pilkington, Sheriff of Lancashire died on 16 June at Battle of Stoke, England Early life.

He was son of Thomas Pilkington of Northampton, by his second wife, Anne Mercer, and grandson of John Pilkington of Oakham in came to London at an early age, and became a successful merchant.

He was a member of the Skinners' Company, and served the office of master there in, and Representative of the City of London. Player, Knt Chamberlain of London, Slingsby Bethel, esq, Francis Jenks, John Deagle, Richard Freeman, Richard Goodenough, Robert Key, John Wickham, Samuel Swinock, John Jekyll, Sen.

for the riot at Guild-Hall, on midsommer-day, being the day for election of sheriffs for the year ensuing Printed for Thomas Dring London   Sir Thomas Savile, son of Henry and Elizabeth was born abt He married Margaret Pilkington, daughter of Sir Thomas Pilkington.

Of Thornhill, Tankersley and Eland, Thomas was heir to his cousin, Isabel Savile Darcy, wife of Thomas Darcy. She was daughter of Sir John Savile, uncle of this Thomas. Excerpt from The Travels and Life of Sir Thomas Hoby, Kt; Of Bisham Abbey, In May he again goes abroad, this time to France, in the train of the Marquis of Northampton, one of the commissioners despatched to invest the French King with the Order of the : Thomas Hoby.

The manor of Pilkington was held of the lords of Manchester by the Pilkington family, from c Following the attainder of Sir Thomas Pilkington, the manor of Pilkington was granted to Thomas Stanley, Earl of Derby, in It descended with the Earls of Derby into the 20th century.

Nature of. PILKINGTON, Sir THOMAS (d. ), lord mayor of London, son of Thomas Pilkington of Northampton, by his second wife, Anne Mercer, and grandson of John Pilkington of Oakham in Rutland, came up to London at an early age, and was soon a successful merchant.

He was a leading member of the Skinners' Company, and served the office of master in Full text of "The history of the Lancashire family of Pilkington and its branches from to Compiled from deeds, charters, wills, inquisitions post mortem, public records, and ancient manuscripts" See other formats.

The tryal of Tho. Pilkington, Esq., Samuel Shute, Esq., sheriffs Henry Cornish, alderman, Ford Lord Grey of Werk, Sir Tho. Player, Knt., chamberlain of London. Edmund Pilkington, Esq. married Elizabeth Booth, daughter of Sir Thomas Boothe and Katherine Assheton; They had 1 sons (Sir Thomas) & 1 daughter (Elizabeth, wife of Sir William Harington).2,3 Edmund Pilkington, Esq.

was born circa at of Bressingham, Norfolk, Stagenhoe, Hertfordshire, England.The Tryal of Tho. Pilkington Samuel Shute Henry Cornish, Alderman; Ford Lord Grey of Werk; Sir Tho. Player Slingsby Bethel Francis Jenks; John Deagle; Richard Freeman For the Riot At Guild-Hall, on Midsommer-Day, on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Tryal of Tho. Pilkington Samuel Shute Henry Cornish, Alderman; Ford Lord Grey of Werk; Sir Tho.