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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warnham Charity for the poor

    for the poor CHARITY FOR THE POOR. Mrs. Mary Wharrie (d. 1937) of Warnham Lodge endowed the Mary Wharrie Trust for the Sick Poor of Warnham, which in 1982 still distributed food at Christmas. 25 Inf. from Mr. Lucas .

    Norton Mandeville Charities

    the maintenance of his grave. Any balance was to be distributed in bread to the deserving poor at Christmas each year. The first bequest was void under the rule against perpetuities. In 1933-4 the dividend of 19 s . 4

    Bawdrip Charities for the poor

    for the poor. Dinah Ritchie gave £100 in 1856 for bread and coal and Frances Stribbling Warren provided £50 for bread, both distributed on Christmas Eve. 56 Distribution had ceased by the 1980s . 57 Char. Com. files. Local. inf.

    Haresfield Charities

    £20; the sums were invested in 1773 and produced interest of £3 10 s . 6 d . distributed at Christmas. 48 The Revd. John Longford (d. c . 1760) 49 gave £50 for apprenticing poor children, also invested in

    Shipton Moyne Charities for the poor

    but in the late 18th century c . 30 persons, who were not receiving poor-relief, were given cash payments at Christmas. 61 In 1819 the number of recipients was set at 10, 62 which it remained. 63 In the early

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 3 Tower Street Ward. St. Dunstan's in the East.

    Poor at Christmas, 04 10 0 Bernard Hyde Esq; alias Sir Bernard Hyde , gave 5l. per ann. payable by the worshipful Company of Salters, London . Which is to be distributed to ten poor Men at Christmas every Year,

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Shews and Triumphs.

    by the Citizens for disport of the young Prince Richard , Son to the Black Prince, in the Feast of Christmas: and in this manner. On the Sunday before Candlemas, in the Night, One Hundred and Thirty Citizens, disguised and

    Book 1, Chapter 21 Inns of Court. Chancery.

    the Manner of Keeping Christmas in the INNS of COURT. If the House (a little before Christmas) is furnished with such a Number of Students, and of such Quality, as are fit to keep a Solemn Christmas; then they meet

    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. Monuments in St. James Clerkenwel.

    against the North Wall of the Church, viz. Donors Gifts. Henry Garret , every Christmas, by the Company of Haberdashers, 0 6 8 Mr. Seckford, every Christmas, to be served by the Hospital at Woodbridge , 2 0 0 Mr.

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    one of them discharged of Assise and Ward. In the Years 1268 and 1269 , the same King kept his Christmas Feasts at Westminster , as before: And also in the same Year 1269 , he translated (with great Solemnity)

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oy etfient Visiting Masters. There will be vacancy in this school for four board- ers and few day-pupils after the Christmas Holidays. The course 6f study provides a thorough prepara- tion for the Universities, the Learned Professions, and the Civil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Hlercy i oleuo pobl gwlad yr ysgolion Sabbothol, a'r genedl sydd wedi imwynhau gweinidogaeth WILLIAMS e'r Wern, JOHN ELIAS, CHRISTMAS EVANS, ac HENRY REES. Ond atolwg, pa beth sydd gan y genbadaeth newydd hon i'w ddysgu? Y mae lie Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by efficient Fisitingy 3fasters. There will be vacancy in this school for four board- ers and few day-pupils after the Christmas Holidays. The course of study provides a thorough prepara- tion for the Universities, the Learned Professions, and the Civil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by efglcient Visitinug .ilasters. There will be vacancies in this school for four board- ers and few day-pupils after the Christmas Holidays. The course of study provides a thorough prepara- tion- for the Universities, the Learned Professions, and the Civil Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by efficient Visiting Alasters. There will be vacancies in this school for four board- ers and few day-pupils after the Christmas Holidays. The course of study provides a thorough prepara- tion for the Universities, the Learned Professions, and the Civil Subscribers-only content

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    THOMAS HILL, Theft, 20/09/1847

    2069. THOMAS HILL was indicted for stealing 4 shillings, the moneys of James Christmas , from the person of Priscilla Swift Christmas. The Prosecutrix not being able to state what money she had lost, the prisoner was ACQUITTED .

    JAMES CHRISTMAS, Theft, 15/12/1851

    136. JAMES CHRISTMAS , burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of William Kimpton , with intent to steal: to which he pleaded GUILTY .- Transported for Seven Years .

    ELLEN CHRISTMAS, FRANCES SEYMOUR, Killing, 16/09/1889

    700. ELLEN CHRISTMAS (58) and FRANCES SEYMOUR were charged on the Coroner's inquisition with the manslaughter of William Seymour . MR. COLAM , for the prosecution, offered no evidence. NOT GUILTY .

    ROBERT GEORGE BUSHNELL, JOHN HENRY CHRISTMAS, Damage to Property, Damage to Property, 08/02/1904

    Worth ; also to doing damage to another pane of glass, the property of Harrington's, Limited . Eleven previous convictions were proved against Bushnell, and three against Christmas. BUS HNELL - Fifteen months' hard labour. CHRISTMAS Twelve months' hard labour.

    Christmas Dinen, Theft, 06/09/1716

    Christmas Dinen , of the Parish of St. Dunstan at Stepney , was indicted for feloniously stealing 6 Ounces of Silk, value 17 s. the Goods of William Powel , on the 20th of March last. The Evidence against

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CHRISTMAS, George (by 1509-66), of Colchester, Essex.

    mentioning the £100 owed to him by his ‘cousin’ John Christmas, bequeathed £20 of it, and a gelding, ‘to my servant and cousin George Christmas his son’. In 1546 Christmas served in the French war, returning from it in June

    CHRISTMAS, Robert.

    CHRISTMAS, Robert. Constituency Dates Chipping Wycombe 1571 Colchester 1572 Biography Though possibly he belonged to the Essex family of this name, it is unlikely that Christmas was of sufficient standing to be returned for either Wycombe or Colchester without the

    EGERTON, Hon. Sir William (1649-91).

    was an inactive Member, though in April 1691 he was noted as a Court supporter by Robert Harley*. Egerton died just before Christmas 1691, a new writ for Brackley being issued on 24 Dec. He was buried at Hemel Hempstead.[footnote]

    LORKYN, Richard, of Rochester, Kent.

    dispute over a certain rent. He attested the electoral return drawn up at the shire court held at Rochester on Christmas day 1430, recording the names of the elected representatives for Kent and its two boroughs for the following Parliament.

    AGLIONBY, Edward II (d.1599), of Carlisle, Cumb.

    from Corby on a Sunday evening late in 1599, he was attacked and run through with a spear, dying on Christmas Day. His assailants were said to be members of the Carlton and Graham families, against whom he had laid

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Actes and Monuments Of the Churche.

    it ready against the next cōming. Thus he trifled them of frō Holantide vntil Christmas euen, with dilatories from viii. daie to viii. day. And vpon Christmas euen in the morning they came to hym to haue had aunswere, the

    Book 4, page 445 (1563)

    and Charles went into the fielde after his horse, and Iulian brought his booget after him. Also vpon Frydaie in Christmas weake folowyng. Charles came home late in the nyght and brought with hym thre Bakers and a Smyth of

    Book 6, page 1376 (1563)

    doer against him: who about the same time of Christmas, whan maister Lat. brought forth his Christē Cardes, (to deface belike the doings of the said Latimer) he brought out his Christmas dice, casting there to his audience cinque &

    Book 6, page 1758 (1563)

    into the Fleete, and so hee lay in prison from the beginning of haruest till it was nygh Christmas, & he sayd God gaue him such answers to make when he was examined, that he was deliuered with quietnes of

    Book 6, page 967 (1563)

    true, as that whiche they also attribute to him, that he ordeined iii. Masses on Christmas day.three masses of one priest to be said on Christmas day. Or if he did ordein that fast, yet he did ordeine it but

 

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