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    House of Lords Journal Volume 7, 20 May 1645, 20 May 1645-20 May 1645

    licet ) in Hayward's Ground , within the said Manor, to the Number of Fifteen Oaks, Six Ashes, and Three Alders, and there found Four Workmen at Work about the said Trees, who told this Deponent, that they were set

    Cases brought before the committee, February 1645, 01 February 1645-28 February 1645

    Gatton,; Edw. Cotton, Lye,; John Crooch, Woking,; Hen. Foster, Woking,; Widow Foster, Tandridge,; Thos. Lush, Mersham,; Rich. Levell, Woking,; Edw. Alders, Mersham,; Barth. Pippin, Woking,; Cecilia Rudge, Widow, Woking,; Edw. Southcott, Mersham, All Recusants, of Surrey. 18 Feb. 1645. Vol. Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 December 1671-17 May 1672

    Aldeburgh , Suffolk letters dated from vessels of vessels taken off Bay, frigate in Alden , Capt. Philip payment to Alders , Joseph, house of, Haverhill, Suffolk, licence requested for, licence to Alexander , Ralph, pardon to Alflatt , Matthew, Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 190, June 1596, 01 June 1596-30 June 1596

    John Parris. Captain Thomas Lea to be reconciled to Her Majesty. p . 1 . June 12. His House without Alders. gate, London . 19. Sir William Fytzwylliam to Sir Robert Cecil, in favour of Captain Humfrey Willis. p . Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 274, April 1600, 01 April 1600-30 April 1600

    12 years of age. [1 page . ] April 23. 113. Examination of John Balles, servant to Thos. East, of Alders gate Street, stationer, before Sir Stephen Soame. Coming up to work in a chamber next to Richard Thimbleby, heard Subscribers-only content

    London and Middlesex Fines, Philip and Mary

    of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, London; and premises in the parishes of St. Giles, without Crepulgate, and St. Botolph, without Alders gate, London, in the county of Middlesex. D.C. Trin. Anno 3 and 4. John T amworthe, esquire, and Sir

    London Pollbooks, 1713, Voters, A - B

    Agar, Edward, gro B Aking, John, glo A Albin, James, apo A Alcroft, Thomas, cut A Alder, Jos, tai A Alders, James, cor A Aldersy, Samuel, tai B Aldridge, Abel, cur A124B6 Aldridge, Timothy, but A34B58 Aldworth, Thomas, bak B

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    , Ellen, 136 Seman , Benedict, 36 Senerte , Molde, 26 sepulchre , see St. Botolph Aldersgate sergeant , see Alders gate Ward sergeant at arms , king's, see Herteshorne, John; Michell, John sergeant at law , king's, see Moile,

    Minutes of a Whig Club, 1715

    63 . (p. 55) A list of the several wards, with the divisions and precincts in each ward. No. 1, Alders gate Within, five precincts: St Leonard, St John Zachary, St Mary Staining, St Anne, St Martin le Grand. No.

    Index, F - K

    Simond, godson of, 175 Felsted , Robert de, 72 Fenglesham , parish of, 407 Fenrother , Robert , Alderman of Alders gate Ward, goldsmith, 630, 637Awdry, daughter of, wife of Herry White, 630 Etheldreda, daughter of, wife of Henry Whyte,

    Tables, January to December 1768, 01 January 1768-31 December 1768

    Ann Harvey. Do. do. Mitchiner, Thomas Do. do. Davis, Charles Do. do. Cagley, William Do. do. Hamilton, William Do. do. Alders, John Do. do. Bohannan, James Do. do. Johnson, William Do. for 14 years Clark, Philip Do. do. Robinson, Ann Subscribers-only content

    Index, S - Z

    Index S-Z S Sabrichefford , co. Herts, church, 512 Sackvill , Edward, 771 Saddlers of London , Mistery of, 155n., 302, 469, 470, 517, 533, 637, 646, 648, 650, 733 Sadelyngstanes , Hugh , de, Recorder of London, 57

    Henry VIII, September 1543, 26-30, 01 September 1543-30 September 1543

    out of the tenement of Thos. Joce in Strete super le Fosse, Soms., and woods (extents given) called Westwood, Newewood, Alders Wood, Haiwodde, and Holtwood in Markesbury and Hunstert, and Parkewood and Palewood in Cameley; all which premises belonged to

    Henry VIII, July 1545, 26-31, 01 July 1545-31 July 1545

    ' s land and the King ' s river), in tenure of John Fyssher, and another piece there called le Alders in tenure of John Morley, St. Augustine ' s mon. near Canterbury , the advowson of the rectory of

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