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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Rodborough Nonconformity

    of his followers in the parish, and c . 1766 their leader Thomas Adams built a chapel, the Rodborough Tabernacle, on the western slope of Rodborough hill. Adams , although often absent on preaching tours, was the pastor 32 until

    The City of Coventry The outlying parts of Coventry : Ansty

    P. E. Woollcombe-Adams sold the Adams estate to his cousin, Mr. D. Stopford Adams , a member of a younger branch of the family and a great-grandson of Henry Adams . 58 Mr. Stopford Adams was occupying Ansty Hall in

    Burslem Churches

    parish: Adams , Adams Family , 152. Lich. Dioc. Regy., Bp.'s Reg. 28, p. 142. Ibid. p. 156; Inst. Bks. Wm. Adams was patron in 1815 : Burslem Glebe Act, 55 Geo. III, c. 57 (priv. act). Adams , Adams

    Hulton

    East . B.M. Camp . i. 29; Adams , Adams Family , pedigree between pp. 180 and 181. His son and heir John later m. into the Mellor family: ibid. Adams , Adams Family , 253, 256; he m. into

    Burslem Local government, economic history and social life

    Haggar, Eng. Pottery , 66. Adams , Adams Family , 127, 328. Allbut, Staffs. Pottery Dir . ( 1802 ). Adams , Adams Family , 142, 164, 165; H.R.L., EM 26-866, plan of 1866. Ric. Adams , belonging to another

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. P~eters, Bala. SIa FFLINT.-Cynhaliwyd Cyfarfad Misal yn Cilcen, dydld LIlun a Mawvrth, 25ain a 26ain Gorpli. Llywydd, Parch. E. Adams. Yu aghyfarfad y bore cafwyd syl- wadac ar lywodraeth Duw ar y byd, gyda chyfeiria4 at y tywydd, y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iidogau; ynghyd a 1,300.o.ergydion i fyny ychydig ddyddiau yn ol. Yr oeddynt wedi en celu mewn ystafell lUetywr o'r enw Adams, -yr hwn a lwyddodd i ddianc; daliwyd perchenog v- t'. Mae y'^gefeilliaid Siamaidd, y rhai sydd wedi tynu cymainto Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gwyddoniaeth. Y Due Devonshire yn y gadair. Wrth a ddarllen papyr ar " Ddaearyddiaeth Deheudir Cym- e ru," dywedai-Mr. AV. Adams, Caerdydd, fad maes- ydd haiarn y Deheudir, yn 600,000 o .rwau o arwyn- ebedd, ac yn 60 troedfedd a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    eglurhaol gan iamryw, cynyg. l ibdd y: P.arch.'.Robert Emls: fodi apeliad gaci ei wrneyd -am wrdd Ysgoli'r' lle.- GCeisisi Cadben Adams ber. swadio "i hirio hyny hyd nes y ceid gweledpa gyf. newidiad 'a wneid yn y ddeddf yn. yatod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bi:; fXe - a { , \_ > ;, t F; '1, z Qwym ,podd' dyn jienano pio Fan£,goFX:~v ~Ern lg~h~,e ma.,hyna Mr. D=3avjid- ,zg~he$,, na 9, d voifwrdd agoS';swyd'dB~~~~~~~~l'3ie11@~~~o} El wn. cylitid lr fortaithi Ffrain ,' iar f Subscribers-only content

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

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    Book 6, page 1304 (1563)

    Eue dyd become lyke God in knowing good and euill, so are we in remembringe God by hys Image: for Adams eyes were so open, that he lost both innocency and ryghteousnes, and was becom most miserable of al creatures:

    K. Henry. 8. A Sermon translated out of Saxon into Englishe, agaynst Transubstantiation.

    yet he altereth not hys shape without, though he be chaunged within. He is brought to þe fontstone sinfull through Adams disobedience: howbeit he is washed frō all sinne within, though he hath not chaunged hys shape without. * The

    Actes and Monumentes of the Church.

    Lacels, Ihon Adams, Nicholas Belenian, with certaiyne of the Councell sitting at Smithfield¶ John Lasselles, Iohn Adams, and Nicolas Belenian.THere was at the same tyme also burnt together with her one Nicolas Belenian priest of Shropshyre, Iohn Adams a tayler,

    Queene Mary. The confeßion and beliefe of Iohn Warne, Martyr.

    we do receiue all the aboundaunt goodnes promised vs in Iesus Christ.The holy Catholicke Church.Which is an holy number of Adams posterity elected, gathered, washed, and purified by the bloud of the lambe frō the beginning of the world,The Church.

    K. Henry. 8. A Sermon in the Saxon tongue, translated into English.

    yet he altereth not hys shape without, though he be chāged within. He is brought to the fontstone sinfull through Adams disobedience: howbeit he is washed from all sinne within, though he hath not chaunged his shape without.* The water

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ADAMS, Nicholas (c.1565-1628), of Peterchurch, Pemb.

    mayor of Pembroke at the time of the election was Adams’s future father-in-law, and Adams himself was still a student at the Middle Temple.In May 1597 Adams obtained a 21-year lease from the commissioners for the forfeited estates of Sir

    ADAMS, alias BODRUGAN, Nicholas (by 1521-57/84), of the Middle Temple, London and Townstall, Dartmouth, Devon.

    Biography Nicholas Adams came of a gentle family long associated with Dartmouth and its neighbourhood. Several of his ancestors had traded from the port and had held office there: his father and he continued this tradition, John Adams serving for

    ADAMS, Roger (d.1404/5), of Great Yarmouth, Norf.

    ADAMS, Roger (d.1404/5), of Great Yarmouth, Norf. Constituency Dates Great Yarmouth Jan. 1404 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Yarmouth Mich. 1401-2. Biography Adams was one of the ‘great and powerful men’ of Yarmouth who had been terrorizing the ‘poor men’ of the

    ADAMS, Henry (by 1532-1611), of Peterchurch in Pembroke.

    ADAMS, Henry (by 1532-1611), of Peterchurch in Pembroke. Constituency Dates Pembroke Boroughs Mar. 1553 Pembroke Boroughs Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held J.p. Pemb. 1572, 1575-d.; sheriff 1587-8. Biography Like his father, Henry Adams was a leading townsman of Pembroke and a

    ADAMS, John (?1746-1817), of Peterwell, Card.

    ADAMS, John (?1746-1817), of Peterwell, Card. Constituency Dates Carmarthen 1774 1780 Biography In 1767 John Adams gave £4,000 towards the rebuilding of Carmarthen guildhall. He was returned unopposed in 1774 on the interest of Griffith Philipps. He had also purchased

 

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