Dunkleys in the Manor Rolls of Nobottle Grove

Sunday, 13 February 2011 04:06 PM GMT

Contributed by: Jerry Green

The Orders and By Laws for the Mannor of Nobottle Grove in 1739 were little different to those applicable before that date as can be seen from the fines Dunkleys paid. These incidents involving Dunkleys tend towards William following on from John in Little Brington (Brington Parva).

1602 Petition to Robert Lord Spencer asking him to destroy his warren of conyes within the Common Field signed by fifteen people including Thomas Dunkley.
1603 An agreement was made with Roberte Lord Spencer, who agreed to destroy his warren of conyes in Nobottle before 2 Feb on payment of £11 6s a year for 21 years. Those agreeing to pay included Richard Dunckley, William Dunckley and Roberte Washington who was the great-great-great-great uncle of George Washington, first President of the United States.
1687 John Dunkly fined 6d for baising a horse in the Fallow Field
1692 John Dunkley juror
1695 John Dunkley juror
1695 William Dunkley and Thomas Dunkley mentioned
1701 John Dunkly Officer for Brington Parva
1703 William Dunkley mentioned
1705 John Dunkley fined for plowing a baulk too narrow at Benwell Way
1705 William Dunkley and Thomas Dunkley mentioned
1709 John Dunkley one of the officials
1709 John Dunkley fined 2d for plowing the Common at Langland
1711 John Dunkley one of the officials
1722 William Dunkley fined 2d for not scouring a water course in Burklid? Moor
1722 William Dunkley fined 2d for not scouring a water course in Banwell Way
1723 William Dunkley fined 2d for plowing up the Common
1725 William Dunkley one of the officials for Brington Parva
1725 William Dunkley fined 8d for plowing the Common at Little Wunsholls
1734 Barnard Dunkley fined 2d for not shovelling in the Land ends at Banwell Way
1739 William Dunkley fined 2d for not shovelling in the Land ends at Burritts
1739 William Dunkley fined 3d for plowing up the Baulk at Gravell Pits
 

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