SCOTTISH AND ENGLISH RECORDS
1200 - 'Whinfell'; Records relating to the Barony of Kendale: volume 1 (1923), pp. 222-230. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk.
WHINFELL. 1154–1189 William de Lancastre II gave to Gervase de Anecurt £12 10s. of land in Welpsatt and Qwynfell by bounds (described). Deed at Sizergh.
c. 1200: Rayner de Stiveton gave to the canons of St. Mary, Bolton, the service of Henry de Redeman due to the donor for the land which Henry held of him in Whynfell, namely ½ mark yearly. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de Bigestrop, Robert de Mohant, Reginald de Werbelton, then constable of the castle of York, Jordan de Rufford, Ralph de Kent, clerk, Hugh de Cauton (recte Colton), William de Malghom, Rayner de Otterburn, Hugh de Otterburn, Symon de Kirkeby, clerk, John de Eboraco, clerk; Dodsworth's MS. 149, f. 138.
13th Century -- Confirmation MD335/4/1/5 [13th century]. These documents are held at Bradfer-Lawrence, Harry, 1887-1965, land agent and antiquary:
1. Richard son of Hugh de Otterburn 2. Fountains Abbey Richard confirms to Fountains Abbey one bovate of land in the territory of Malcghum [Malham] which John Marshall gave them, with the toft and croft and all appurtenances, etc., viz. that bovate which Hugh Marshall held. To hold and to have in perpetual alms, free from service, etc., rendering annually to the confirmor and his heirs 6 d., and doing foreign service as belongs to that bovate. Warranty. Witnesses: Hugh de Calton, William de Arch[es], Ranulf de Otterburn, Simon de Kyrkebi, Richard his brother and many others. Seal (broken) [Former ref: Fountains Abbey MD335/Box 66/5]
13th Century -- Grant MD335/4/1/26 [13th century] These documents are held at Bradfer-Lawrence, Harry, 1887-1965, land agent and antiquary
Robert de Rippel' son of Bernard de Rippel' to William son of William de Rippel', of all that land which William de Rippel' the father held in Ripley, to hold of Robert and his heirs just as the grantor's father Bernard had held the land from Galfridus Trussebut Witnesses: John Aleman', Serlo de Westvic, Mathew de Bramham, Nigel 'pincerna' [the butler], Daniel de Otterburn, Walter his brother, Roger Buzun, ?Thomas de Winneb', Walter de Note Aureo, Richard de Hotot, Hugh de Witur' Endorsed: 'No 84/1793' [Former ref: Box 67]
23 June 1331 -- Grant MD335/1/1/1/2; These documents are held at Bradfer-Lawrence, Harry, 1887-1965, land agent and antiquary
1. Alice Lily, daughter of William de Otterburn 2. Nicholas de Westebi Indented grant for 20 years of one and a half bovates of land in Ayrtun which she holds by inheritance from her father, annual rent five silver shillings Witnesses: John Maunsail, John de Midhope, Alan de Horton, Thomas de la Grene, Henry de Bolton Dated at Gisburn in Craven, Sunday the vigil of the Nativity of St John, 5 Edward III No seal or tag [Former ref: Box 75 C26A]
13th Century -- Grants MD335/1/1/27/1; These documents are held at Bradfer-Lawrence, Harry, 1887-1965, land agent and antiquary. 2 items -- Two deeds tied together
Grant from John Abbot of Fountains to Reiner son of Simon de Scorthorp, of three bovates of land in the territories of Scorthrop, with a moiety of the mill there, namely that which Roger son of Simon de Merkingfeld gave in free alms; rendering annually 8s.for all services Witnesses: William de Archer, William de Ebbedon, Eustace de Rilleston, John de Calton, Ralph de Otterburn, Gilbert de Haukeswic, Grant from Roger Britan [Britanus] to Simon the clerk of Kirkby, of three bovates of land and part of the mill which the grantor's father Simon held in demesne; annual rent 8s. for all services Witnesses: Peter Gylot now constable, William Flanders, William de Arches, William de Hebbeden, William de Hertelington, Roger de Kihhelay, Richard de Hamerton, Ralph de Oterburn, Richard de Kirkeby, Radulph de Hanglid, Ernald de Gayregrave, Robert son of Richard, Roger Dyer [Tingtor] of Skipton [Former ref: Box 75 C7A-B]
10 August 1421 -- BCM/K/7/1/1 -- These documents are held at Berkeley Castle Muniments
Contents: William Robyn, merchant, and John Lymbury. Sun. the feast of St. Laurence the martyr [10 Aug.], A.D. 1421,9 Hen. V; William has quitclaimed to John a holding lately of John Bruman in the vill of Hareflieu in the street leading from Crux Goran to the street of Bulettus, which William had by John's grant. Witnesses: Sir William Philyp, knight, captain of Harfleur, Thomas Fekenham, under-sheriff (subvicecomes), William Barrers, bailiff of the vill, Robert Spellowe, William Colwell, John Otterbourne, John Drax, John Pemberton, clerk. At: Harfleur.
10 March 1476/1477 -- The History of Glasgow; Chapter XXXVII - Bishops Andrew "Muirhead" and John Laing—University Privileges—Friars Minors in Glasgow—Chapels of St. Thomas and St. Tenew—Chaplainries—Forfeiture of Unproductive Tenements.
Towards the end of Bishop Andrew's episcopate and during that of Bishop John several endowments for religious services in the cathedral were obtained. On 29th January, 1472-3, James Douglas of Achincassil, who is perhaps to be identified as an ancestor of the Duke of Queensberry, founded a chaplainry at the altar of St. Cuthbert, on the south side of the nave, and endowed it with annualrents amounting to £10 yearly, payable furth of lands and tenements mainly in Linlithgow and the remainder in Glasgow, one of the latter properties being described as lying near the market cross, on the north side of the tolbooth. [Glasg. Chart. i. pt. i. Abstract, p. 7, No. 286 ; ii. p. 461, No. viii; p. 605, No. 3; The Scottish Antiquary, vol. xvii. pp. 112-20. ] On 10th March, 1476-7, John of Ottirburn, licentiate in decreets and greater sacristan of the church of Glasgow, conveyed to the vicars of the choir, for observance of specified services, his croft lying on the north side of the city, between the subchanter's manse on the east, the yard or orchard of the rector of Glasgow, then held in feu by Richard Gardner, on the west, the end of the yards of the precentor and chancellor, and the manses of the vicars built by Bishop Andrew, on the south, and the common lands of Glasgow, extending to the two crosses, on the north. [Reg. Episc. No. 412. To the instrument setting forth this endowment the dean and several of the canons gave their express approval (Ibid. No. 413).
9 January 1507 – Feoffment [no ref.] These documents are held at Suffolk Record Office, Ipswich Branch; Turn-up, seals and tags cut away; endorsed in 17th-cent. hand: 'This deed proves Great Thurlow to be a markett in the beginning of Hen. the 7th'; Language: Latin. The National Archives of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Kew
1. Robert Whyght; Ralph Couper
2. Richard Owdeby; Sir John Brampston, clerk; Ralph Stuttevyll; Sir John Otyrburne, clerk; Richard Cokkysshall
3. John Whyght, son of R.W.
(1) to (2), tenement in Magna Thyrlowe called Downes, lying between tenement called le Zeldehall and le Markethyll on l side and croft called Sumrecroft on other, l head abutting on highway, other head on tenement late of Richard Roys; which (1) lately had jointly with Thomas Bayly now deceased, by feoffment of Thomas Denyse, Thomas Rannewe, John Lawshell and John Dowe; to hold of chief lords of fee for accustomed services. Also (1) appoint (3) attorney to deliver seisin. Given at Thyrlowe Magna, Saturday after Epiphany, 22 Hen.VII. Witnesses (on dorse): William Walpole, gent., William Key, John Davy, Henry Loueday, Thomas Carter, Thomas Stanton of Kedyngton [Kedington], William Gyn of Brynkeley [Brinkley (Ca.)], John Loveday jun. of Magna Thyrlowe.
1525 -- Records of various departments, arranged artificially according to type, and formerly entitled Special Collections; Special Collections: Seals; The National Archives of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Kew:
Master Andrew Ottirburn, provost of Edinburgh, c 1525.
1552-1553-- 'Extracts from the Accounts: Deans of Guild, 1552-3', Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Edinburgh: 1528-1557 (1871), pp. 328-343.
Item, I am to be chargit with the Throuchtis of the Kirk this instant yeir:— Maister Adam Otterburn
Item, I am to be chargit of the Silver Candilstikkis, of the money for thame, this instant yeir:— Maister Adam Otterburn
22 December 1528 -- Calendar of State Papers for Scotland, Vol. 4, Temp. Henry VIII: Calendar of the State Papers, Relating to Scotland: Preserved in the State Paper Department of Her Majesty's Public Record Office By Great Britain Public Record Office, Markham John Thorpe, Published by Longmans, Brown, Green, Longmans, & Roberts, 1858
p. 29: 22 December 1528: Magnus to Adam Otterburn. Begs him “to consider what is to be done for the Earl of Angus. A clear negative or denial in cases where two such great princes are concerned will be neither honourable nor effectual.”
p. 31: 22 November 1534: King James V to King Henry VIII. Credence for Mr. Adam Otterburn, a person in which he has singular trust and confidence.
p. 32: 25 May 1534: Sir Adam Otterburn to Crumwell. The Bishop has gone forward to York. Recommends the bearer. Expresses fidelity to the King of England.
p. 34: 4 March 1535: Letter from Adam Otterburn to Crumwell, acknowledging “receipt of his letter by the Ambassador, to whom no fault may be imputed, all though all things which he proposed have not been brought to the desired end.”
1605 -- 'Historical preface: 1603-8', Charters and Documents relating to the City of Glasgow 1175-1649: Part 1 (1897), pp. CCV-CCL:
1605 -- The condition of the "calsayis" at this time received the attention of the council, and, on 5th November, 1605, they agreed with John Otterburn to "work and big" them for a year. He also undertook to provide another builder, as sufficient as himself, with a servant, to assist him. The payment for this work was fixed at five merks (5s. 62/3d. sterling) for each rood, and it was also agreed that Otterburn should receive a burgess fine at the end of the year in bounty. To meet the expenditure thus agreed upon every resident burgess was required to pay annually ten shillings, in respect of his being relieved of the ordinary burden of the minstrel's meat. This arrangement was appointed to endure for a year, and such further time as the necessities of the calsayis required. (fn. 48) The conditions of this employment were further embodied in a minute of council dated 24th November, (fn. 49) and arrangements were made with carters for carting stones required for the purpose. (fn. 50) 1635 -- The Original Lists OF PERSONS OF QUALITY, [Regi]ster of the names of all ye Passinger wch Passed from ye Port of London for on whole yeare Endinge at Xpmas 1635.
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23 July 1711 - 'Warrant Book: July 1711, 23-31', Calendar of Treasury Books: 1711, Volume 25 (1952), pp. 379-394.
Treasurer Oxford's signature of the docquet of a charter to pass the great seal of Scotland in favour of David Sevewright, merchant, burgess of Edinburgh, and Eliz. Sydserff his spouse, and John their eldest son, of all the lands of Gorgie called Meggalland as granted to William Rutherfoord of Miggalland and Christian Weir his spouse, being part of the Barony of Ralhow by annexation and within the parish of St. Cuthberts and Sheriffdom of Edinburgh "and that for the principal and all and hail the lands of Rudhall disposed by the deceased Thomas Otterburn and Sir Thomas Otterburn his son to Umgll James Duncan of Rathow in warrendin of the said lands of Gorgie." Out Letters (North Britain) II, p. 259.
5 July 1781 -- Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies; Admiralty: Service Records, Registers, Returns & Certificates: Register of Candidates for admission to Greenwich Hospital:
Nicholas Murphy, Thomas Allen, James Atterburn, James Baker, Abraham Goosey, Ralph Goldsmith, Charles Lhuile, Peter Martin, Alexander Pitt, John Rogers, Lawrence Shaughnessery, William Skinner, John Sullivan, Daniel Tosh, David Walsh, Adman Watson Greenwich out-pensioners applying for admission into Greenwich Hospital as in-pensioners (after service in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines or the Naval Dockyards) The National Archives of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Kew
14 April 1825 -- Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies; Records of Service; Admiralty: Royal Navy, Royal Marines, Coastguard and related services: Officers' and Ratings' Service Records (Series II); Navy Pay Office: Entry Books of Certificates of Service; Admiralty: ratings: The National Archives of the United Kingdom, The National Archives, Kew:
Original page number: 512 James BACKHURST; Rating; Age on entry: [Not Given]; Dates served: [Not Given]; Date and Type of Application: Whitehall 28 April 1860. For the additional following details Born: 14 April 1825, Atterbourne, Hants, see also ADM 139/313 CS 31204 George LEE; Rating; Born: [Not Given]; Age on entry: [Not Given]; Dates served: [Not Given]; Date and Type of Application: Whitehall 28 April 1860.
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