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You searched for: Place: "Aisby", Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    Index of persons and Places, A

    from, 271. Affrin , Tirawley barony, co. Mayo, 352. Agolagh , co. Antrim, 352. Ahena. See Annagh. Ailes. See Ayles. Aisby , Azeby, co. Lincoln, lands in, 422. Akip , Queen's County, 263. Albemarle , Earl of. See Keppel, A. British History Online

    Treasury Warrants, June 1702, 16-30, 16 June 1702-30 June 1702

    out of Springthorpe 8 2 5 ditto out of Coringham [Corringham ] Parva 6 3 1 ditto out of Ayzeby [Aisby ] 3 10 0 ditto out of Blyton 7 6 10 ditto out of Pillyman Gisby [Pilham and Gilby British History Online

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    804. Ainsworth , John, poor rate collector, Kensington, 933. Airey , George, in prison for a salt Duty debt, 418. Aisby (Ayzeby) co. Lincoln, 266. Aish (near Trematon, Cornwall), 320. Aiskell , Humphrey, attorney of Katherine Lesley, 543, 608, 619. British History Online

    Charles II, June 1673, 01 June 1673-30 June 1673

    Charles II June 1673 June 1673 June 1. 12 noon. The Royal Charles , at anchor 6 leagues off East Capell. Prince Rupert to Lord [Arlington ] . Wind N.E. I sent away Col. Howard yesterday, express to London, Subscribers-only content British History Online

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fish- eries, aud about 50 acres of meadow land, surround iig the House. Also, the Manors of Haydor, Citlverthorpe, Ozehy, Aisby, and Kelby, extending over upwards of o.o_o acres of land, well stocked with game. Several packs of hounds are Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    wise Wyllingham-by-Stow, Cpton, Kexhy, i; ar,h mi r , • . Springthorpe, Stourgate otherwise Sturgate, Great and' f nl. Lomngham, Aisby, Somerby. Gainsborough otherwise triril burgh otherwioe Gainsboio, Pilham, Gilby, Bivt- >n oth riv? Blj ton cum- Wharton, Blyton, East Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    and township, Thorpe-in-Fallow3, Coates, Aisthorpo, Brattlery, Cammeriughatn, Ingham, Filling- bum, Gientworth, liarpsweil, Hemsweli, lleapham, Spring- thoire, Gieat corringham, Little Corringham, Aisby, Yaw- tboipe, Dunstall, Willoughton, Pilham, Gilby, B'yton, Blytoi- cnre-Whai ton, Laughton, Wildsworth, Gunthorpe, O wston, Ei3t- louiid, Craiselound (otherwise Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Easthorpc, WUlingham other- wi -.. Wyllingham-by-Stow Cpton, Kexby, H-apliam, Lea, Spri:i' tbiirpe, Stourgate otherwise Sturgato, Great and Littie «'.i: -ineh-uii, Aisby, Somerby. Gainsborough otherwise Gains- i.-ii.'i otherwioe Gainsboro, Pilhain, GUby, Blyton otherwise C. i m en .i-VVhaitoii, Blyton, East Wharton, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Cold Harbour, % il.-v. Harrowiry, Grantham, Houghton, Braceby, - uieri f, High Somerby, Low Somerby, pum- :. -- i. „-sliurps-, Aisby, ,(|seby, Baydor. Wclby, - i.r.ph, S\ston, Gra* Gpnerbv, Jliddle Go- . M iiitiiorpe-cum-Little Gonerby, Baikston other- B-uk-stou in the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Humby, Littie Humby, Ropsley, Cold Harbour, Bp-ttlegate, Harrowby, Grantham, Houghton; Braceby, Haceby, Somerby, High Somerby, Low Somerby, Dum- Weby, Londontoorpe, Aisby, Oseby, Haydor, Welby, Belton, Gipple, Syston, Great Gonerby, Middle Go- nerby, Manthorpe-cum-Littie Gonerby, Barkston other- irfse Barkston m the Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    George Faulkner the Dublin Journal, FROM TUESDAY DECEMBER THE 17TH TO SATURDAY DECEMBER THE 21ST 1745

    U t to rem r. Ciergymen, Lawyers, J uflikcs of the PeAne, Attorneys, 1 Gentlemen, Jrr. Pice a Biritifla Half-crown, Jacob's Law Tables. and \ 'his Day is'publiihedbythePrinterbereof, Price ;d. corn HIONES1 ADVICE to the People of Ireland occafioned Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    The thirty-eighth annual report of the deputy keeper of the public records., 1877

    Cornwall, chief lord ofthn commons and waste- grounds in Corringham and Asby. "Whether lands called Barony land, in Corringham and Aisby are held by defendant of the prebend of Corringham, and others of the Earl of Rutland as of "his Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Poor Law unions. Return to an order of the Honourable the House of Commons, dated 3 July 1862;--for, a return "of the area and population of the several unions and parishes in England and Wales; ..., 1862

    Wharton. (6) Brampton, Hardwick and Torksey constitute the parish of Torksey (c) The parish of Corringham includes the hamlets of Aisby, Dunstall, Great and Little Corringham, Somerby and Yawthorpe (d) Part of East Ferry (the remainder of which is in Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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