2 edition of Family of Staunton of Staunton, Nottinghamshire found in the catalog.
Family of Staunton of Staunton, Nottinghamshire
George William Staunton
|Statement||by G.W. Staunton & F.M. Stenton.|
|Contributions||Stenton, F.M 1880-1967.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p., 1 l :|
|Number of Pages||72|
You can join the Friends of the Library and help to boost literacy and spread the love of reading in our community. Complete the membership application below and pay your membership fee online or by check. Existing members can also use this form to renew their application, and update personal information and volunteer interests. The Nursery School and Tutorial opened in the home of Mr & Mrs Robert Staunton in on the historic family estate in the village of Staunton in the Vale – a beautiful part of Nottinghamshire, less than 20 miles from the centre of Nottingham city centre.
A view of the rear of Staunton Hall in Nottinghamshire, from the lake circa Douglas Whitworth portrays the Stauntons of Staunton-in-the-Vale, near Nottingham UK (Nottinghamshire Today Magazine) A quintessentially English rural scene – a minor road which dips and bends with a glimpse of an old towered church through the trees, leading to a . Early examples of recordings include Walter de Stanton of Nottinghamshire in ; and John de Staunton of Oxfordshire in Later examples include Robert Staunton of Alcester, on February 6th , and William Staniton and his wife Mary, who were christening witnesses at Leek Wootton, Warwickshire, on July 12th
The family of Staunton of Staunton, Nottinghamshire: an essay [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, Harleian Society Publications, vol from the manuscripts of Arthur Staunton Larken. A. R. Maddison, ed., Lincolnshire Pedigrees. Volume 2. () (Internet Archive - Text Archive) Harleian Society Publications, vol from the manuscripts of Arthur Staunton Larken. [Other copies at: Internet Archive - Text Archive: 1 ; 2.].
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The name of Staunton tower in the latter shows that the duty of castle-guard formed an element in the feudal service rendered by the Staunton family to their new lords.
The wife of Geoffrey de Staunton was Beatrice, a member of the family which held lands in South Muskham under the Archbishops of York. Between the years and the Staunton papers do not contain much of general interest, the matters they refer to being chiefly confined to transactions in land in or about their various manors.
During this period, however, the family appears to have reached the zenith of its prosperity, and soon after began gradually to decline.
Staunton, a village, a township, and a parish in Notts. The township lies on the river Devon, 2½ miles N of Bottesford station on the G.N.R.
There is a post and telegraph office of the name of Staunton-in-the-Vale under Nottingham; money order office, Long Bennington. Acreage of township, ; population, 95; of the ecclesiastical parish, Location: Staunton, Nottinghamshire.
This book is frequently alluded to in the marginal notes of Dr. Thoroton's history of Nottinghamshire, and provided him with much of the material used in his records of Staunton, Alverton, Kilvington and Flawborough, all of which places were in Robert Staunton's possession when he died.
Newark, Nottinghamshire, England: Death: () Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom Immediate Family: Son of Geoffrey "Galfridus" Geoffrey de Staunton and Beatrice Staunton Husband of Maud de Staunton Father of William de Staunton.
Managed by: Richard Arthur Neary: Last Updated: Septem Children: William de Staunton. The Staunton family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Staunton families were found in the USA in In there were 54 Staunton families living in New York.
This was about 40% of all the recorded Staunton's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Staunton families in The Staunton Arms is rated "Superb" by our guests. Take a look through our photo library, read reviews from real guests and book now with our Price Guarantee. We’ll even let you know about secret offers and sales when you sign up to our emails/10(42).
Staunton Nottinghamshire genealogy. Staunton is a small village picturesquely situated in the Vale of Belvoir, near the point where the three counties of Nottingham, Leicester and Lincoln unite, 7 miles south by east of Newark, and 10 miles from Grantham, which.
"The ancient manor-house, the seat of the last-named family, has been converted into a house for the reception of the poor; and a chapel which stood a little to the north of it, has altogether disappeared." Hervey de Staunton (died ), was an English judge, son.
William de Staunton: Also Known As: "De/ Stratton/" Birthdate: circa Birthplace: Newark, Nottinghamshire, England: Death: () England, United Kingdom Immediate Family: Son of Mauger de Staunton and Maud de Staunton Husband of Athelina Stratton Father of Philip de Staunton and Geoffrey de Staunton.
Managed by. Like his father, Thomas served as a shire knight for Nottinghamshire in just one Parliament, being chiefly remembered as a loyal servant of the house of Lancaster Ref Volumes: Author: C.R. Notes. Great care should be taken in distinguishing this MP from his contemporary and namesake, Thomas Staunton (d) of Staunton-in-the-Vale.
Staunton is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: George Leonard Staunton, English botanist; Sir George Thomas Staunton, English traveller and orientalist; Henry Staunton (businessman), British businessman Henry de Staunton, English medieval professor of canon law and university chancellor; Howard Staunton, English chess master who lends his name to a style of chess pieces.
Places Canada. Staunton, Ontario; Hong Kong. Staunton Street on Hong Kong Island; United Kingdom. Staunton, Gloucestershire (several places): Staunton, near Coleford, Gloucestershire, a village in the west part of the Forest of Dean; Staunton, near Gloucester, Gloucestershire, a village near the border of Gloucestershire and Worcestershire; Staunton, Nottinghamshire.
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the Staton Family History book by Rev John Samuel Staton Speaks of the Staunton Family and their occupation of Belvoir Castle prior to Todeni. I am very interested in information on Belvoir Castle and would like to know more about our ancestors involvement in it.
The Staunton Arms, Nottingham: See unbiased reviews of The Staunton Arms, rated of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #44 of 1, restaurants in Nottingham/5(). 1 Thoroton, History of Nottinghamshire, ed. Throsby (), i. 2 A facsimile and translation of charters 2 and 4 are given in a recently pub-lished essay on the family of Staunton by G.
Staunton and the present writer. 3 Thoroton, iii,citing the Register of Rufford. With a traditional restaurant and real ale bar, Staunton Arms offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. This historic pub is located in Staunton in the Vale, surrounded by scenic Nottinghamshire countryside.
The refurbished bedrooms feature bespoke furniture and luxury beds with crisp linens/10(). Thomas claimed ancestry to Sir Malgerus de Staunton, who, insuccessfully defended against William the Conqueror, a castle called Staunton Tower, which was located seven miles south of Newark-on-Trent, in Nottinghamshire.
Thomas was the son of Thomas Staunton & Mary Pudsey. He was born abt. at Wolverton Hall, Warwickshire, : Holy Trinity Churchyard, Stratford-upon.
George Staunton George Staunton in England & Wales Deaths, GRO Indexes, - George Staunton was born on month day George passed away in. To the best of their knowledge NONE of what John Staton wrote about the Staunton's connection to the Staton's family is correct including the part about the family having an argument and changing the spelling of theirno, the Staunton’s NEVER owned Belvoir Castle merely offered protection to the lord of the castle (who was no.The dynamic City of Staunton is located at the crossroads of Interstates 81 and 64 in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley.
With a population of more t, Staunton boasts a laid-back, welcoming atmosphere signature of a small town, but also offers one-of-a-kind cultural amenities that you're more likely to find in a larger, metropolitan area.William Staunton Married inNewark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, England, toElizabeth Staunton UNKNOWN with Alice STAUNTON Married inChurch Stretton, Shropshire, England, to Walter Colling with.