Notes for Sir John Yorke: Sir John York: 125 lbs cinnamon, 75 lbs cloves £43 15sFrom: 'London Port Book, 1567-8: Nos. 700-799 (Aug - Sept, 1568)', The port and trade of early Elizabethan London: documents (1972), pp. 112-29. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=35959. Date accessed: 31 May 2005.
*C Diary of Lady margaret Hoby, 1599-105. Ed. by Dorothy M. Meads. London: George Routledge & Sons, Ltd, 1930. * EH653 A1 Introduction has extensive and useful information about the various marriage negotiations involving Margaret Daker (Lady Hoby), and about her marriages to Walter Devereux, later to Thomas Sidney, as well as to Hoby; also, much information on Elizabeth Lady Russell, who at one point argued her own case before the STar Chamber. The diary itself, of course, is illuminating, although entries are brief, and somewhat formulaic. In addition to insight into the life of a propertied Englishwoman and her marriages, the introduction includes the following information pertinent to franchises and liberties, on the liberty of Whitby Strand: p. 3-4:The whole of the lands which comprised the liberty of Whitby STrand, with the exception of hackness, were in 1550 granted to the earl of Wariwck who conveyed them soon afterwards to his supporter, Sir John York, and his wife Anne, They in turn sold to Sir Richard Cholmley, who was succeeded in his possession by his son Francis and in 1593 by Francis's half-brother Henry
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