Horn, Rutland [p081518]

Ancient parish in Northampton archdeaconry of the diocese of Lincoln, till 1541: then in the diocese of Peterborough

Horn [‘Horne’], Rutland, 1612

Horn, Rutland, 1793

Census Abstract, 1821

Samuel Lewis, Topographical Dictionary of England, 1845

Horn, Rutland, 1884

Michaelmas 1558: [Michaelmas 5 & 6 Philip & Mary 1558 m. 19d Barney:] Rutland Anne Mackworth widow (by Roger Trigg) v. George Mackworth gentleman. Dower: third part of the manors of Empyngham and Normanton, 40 messuages, 10 cottages, 20 orchards, 6 tofts, 10 crofts, 400 acres land, 100 acres meadow, 200 acres pasture, 20 acres furze and heath, 20 acres  wood, £5 rent in Empyngham, Normanton, Hornesfeld and Harwykefeld, as dower from George Mackworth esquire once her husband Defendant has not come, and otherwise made default here, on the octaves of Michaelmas next following [6 November 1558]; sheriff testifies the date of the caption, and that the defendant was summoned: Anne to recover seisin; writ of recovery of seisin returnable morrow of Martinmas [12 November 1558]