2 edition of Selections from the Stewards" accounts preserved at Haddon Hall,from 1549 to 1671 found in the catalog.
Selections from the Stewards" accounts preserved at Haddon Hall,from 1549 to 1671
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MARY WASSEL HADDON HALL RD NW Morrisville, NC North Carolina: / THOMAS AARON S COUNTY RD Morrisville, NC North Carolina: / JOEL LETSON Kellum Pl Morrisville, NC North Carolina: / CATHERINE RAMIREZ THAYER RD NE Morrisville, NC North Carolina.
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The co-heiresses were Joan de Mainwaring and Margery de Honford. The Haddon and Badington lines branched off from this: the former ended in the second generation; the latter, which boasted of a Steward of Halton and Constable of Beeston, continued till 21 Ric.
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There is a sum of eightpence paid to a man for mending glass windows in " divers places * " Selections from the Steward's Accounts preserved at Haddon Hall, from to " By W. Carrington. (Bemrose and Sons.) 72 HADDON HALL. CARRINGTON (W. A.) - Selections from the Stewards' Accounts preserved at Haddon Hall, from to CARTA (FRANCESCO) - Codici Corali e Libri a Stampa Miniati della Biblioteca Nazionale di Milano.
Catalogo Descrittivo. CARTER (JOHN) - Books and Book. 37 Carrington, W. A., ‘ Selections from the Stewards' accounts preserved at Haddon Hall for the years and ’, Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society, 16 (), p.
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49pp mss on accounting paper with numerous blanks, largely in ink in a neat hand, but with last 8pp in a rough hand in pencil.
Contemp. vellum, lettered in ink on front board & spine; sl. dulled with some sl. marking to back board. The book records in great detail the income and expenditure for. A pair of English shaped circular plates, Haddon Hall,Derbyshire and Matlock High Tor, gilt dentil border, apple green ground, gilt leafy border, 23cm diam, c £60 - £ the battle abbey roll.
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