Definition of Portreeve. Meaning of Portreeve. Synonyms of Portreeve

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Definition of Portreeve

Portreeve
Portreeve Port"reeve`, n. A port warden.

Meaning of Portreeve from wikipedia

- A portreeve (Old English: hæfenrēfa, sometimes spelt Port-reeve) or port warden is the title of a historical official in England and Wales possessing...
- John Porter was an English tax collector, portreeve for the town of Taunton in the West of England. He also served as one of the two Members of Parliament...
- muni****l boroughs the titles borough master or Burgomaster, bailiff, portreeve, warden and provost were used interchangeably with mayor and sovereign...
- Portreeve is an unincorporated in the Rural Muni****lity of Clinworth No. 230, Saskatchewan, Canada. It previously held the status of village until December...
- entrance. The Doctor is cared for by Shardovan, a librarian, and the elderly Portreeve, before Nyssa and Tegan arrive. After a night's sleep, they discover strange...
- Northolt in Middle****. In 1044, he replaced his father as hereditary Portreeve of London, and Sheriff of Middle****. Edward the Confessor also made him...
- the portreeve and the Provost Marshal walked down to the gallows; the Provost Marshal then ordered the portreeve to mount the gallows. The portreeve was...
- 1st Lord Mayor of London; of mainly English rather than Norman descent, his grandfather Leofstan (c. 1100–1150) was probably the portreeve of London...
- reeve (see borough). The chief magistrate of London bore the title of portreeve for considerably more than a century after the Norman Conquest. This official...
- the Norman conquest of England, Gloucester was a borough governed by a portreeve, with a castle which was frequently a royal residence, and a mint. In...