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By the bill enclosed you may perceive how Will. Brereton and his officers handle those I have sent to gather rents in Cheshire. Ralph Dawne charges the tenants to pay no rents except to him, and thus gathers one part of the rent, and I the other ; at which the country murmurs. Ask Mr. Cromwell to discharge Brereton, that the rents be restored, and I be suffered to occupy, or the King will be a loser. Ill rumours prevail...
586. Ric. Strete, Priest, to Dr. Lee .
|From: 'Henry VIII: June 1533, 1-5', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 6: 1533 (1882), pp. 262-275.|
The leper hospital of St. Leonard, Freeford (in St. Michael's, Lichfield)
In 1485 George Dawne, Prebendary of Freeford (1483-1501), granted to the bishop the next presentation to the free chapel of St. Leonard, Freeford. In 1490 the warden, Ranulph Worthyngton, resigned and was given an annual pension of 33s. 4d. for his food and clothing. John Paxson was collated by the bishop in his place. (fn. 13) In 1496 Paxson freely resigned the wardenship of St. Leonard's Hospital and, with the assent of the Prebendary of Freeford, it was united to St. John's Hospital, Lichfield. (fn. 14) In return Dawne and his successors in the prebend were granted the right to nominate one of the thirteen almsmen in the the new foundation. The prebendaries retained this right until 1927
|From: 'Hospitals: Freeford, St Leonard', A History of the County of Stafford: Volume 3 (1970), pp. 274-275.|
|Ande the xxix day of the same monythe of Marche, that was Palme Sunday, the kyng mette with the lordys of the Northe at Schyrborne. And there was on Harrys party that was kynge—
... Syr John Dawne ...
And the yonge Lorde of Schrouysbury, and many moo othyr, bothe lordys, knyghtys, and squyers
|From: 'Gregory's Chronicle: 1461-1469', The Historical Collections of a Citizen of London in the fifteenth century (1876), pp. 210-239.|
|December 1540||Commissions of Gaol Delivery. Nottingham Gaol.—Sir Brian Stapleton, Sir John Markeham, Sir Nic. Styrley, Sir John Chaworth, Sir John Dawne, Edm. Molyneux, serjeant-at-law, John Constable, John Hercy, Ant. Nevell, Michael Clerkson, and Leonard Skevyngton. Westm., 21 Dec||Grants in December 1540 From: 'Henry VIII: December 1540, 26-31'|