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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    2304 (2), 2610. Alford , Mr., letter to, 2660. Algiers , 500. -, rovers of, take Spanish ships, 658 (2). Alkington , George, 1755. Alluy , M. de, secretary to the French King, 2040 (2). Alnwick , 27, 28, 110,

    General Index, A, 01 December 1652-30 June 1653

    letters dated from ships at ships to or from Aliens or strangers Alkin , Eliz., alias Parliament Joane petition of Alkington , Quartermaster Allein , Fras., alderman of London, member of the Council of State placed on committees Toby Allen Subscribers-only content

    General Index, A, 01 July 1653-28 February 1654

    or strangers consulage paid by Alkin , Eliz., alias Parliament Joan, nurse to sick a nd wounded mariners letters of Alkington , Quartermaster Alkins , Jno. Allard , Marg. Allein or Alleyn , Fras., alderman of London or Allen, John, Subscribers-only content

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Dunstan in the West

    Geo. Metcalfe 10 Wm. Beard 6 John Florrey 6 Widow Dickens 6 Thos. Eyres 5 Sa ml Dryfeild 6 Geo. Alkington 8 [blank ] 4 Fleet St. Widow Fox 25 Wm. Wickcliffe 25 Boore's Head Alley. Richd. Tirrell for 10

    Index, A, 01 January 1533-31 December 1533

    Will., g. 737 (13). Alington , West, Linc., g. 1481 (7). Alington , Sir Giles, 562 (pp. 246, 249), 701. Alkington , Sir Wm., 1199. Allesborough , Worc, 298 ii. Allexton (Alaxton), Leic., g. 418 (4). Allger , Ric., 480.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Leonard Stanley Introduction

    Stanley Priory in 1225 ; 3 in 1882 and 1884 Lorridge farm was transferred to the parishes of Stinchcombe and Alkington , and its history is reserved for another volume. In 1882 Eastington parish absorbed a detached part of Leonard

    Parishes Shelsley Walsh

    wife of Sir Thomas Bromley of Shrawardine Castle , co. Salop , and Joyce, wife of Sir Roland Cotton of Alkington , co. Salop . 38 The manor was conveyed to Humphrey Salwey by Sir Thomas Bromley and Ann in

    Index A-J

    , in Eastington , Amey Ct. (or Bradestones Alkerton ), chap., ct., fair, n ; fields, man., mkt., Puddleworth , Alkington , Allaston , see Lydney Allen, Ralph, Alley, Joan, m. Thos. Smart, John, Almondsbury , Aluredston, see Woolaston Alvington,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    RIDLEY, Thomas (by 1509-80), of Caughley, Willey and The Bold, nr. Kinlet, Salop.

    at Ely and was probably the father of Thomas Ridley†) or those of Alkington. His association with Reginald Ridley, probably the younger son of Owen Ridley of Alkington, suggests that he came from that family: in 1541 the two shared

    CLIFFORD, James, of Frampton-on-Severn, Glos.

    peace towards him. Settlement of their dispute (which seems to have had its origin in Berkeley's claims to land at Alkington and Nibley, which had once belonged to Clifford's mother) was delayed for at least four more years, and was

    GREVILLE, John (d.1444), of Sezincote, Glos.

    to give him, as one of his esquires, an annual fee of retainer of £4 6s.8d. from the manor of Alkington together with the right to farm two pastures there worth a similar sum. Greville’s connexion with the countess of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H., Esq., Edgiseeton. Dirxon. Abraham, Eiq.. J.P., Birches Green, Erdhigton. Dixon, George, Esq., J.P., Rdgeaston. Edwards, Mr. Charles It., Bhirminghanm. Alkington, Mir. C., Rugby, Everitt, Mr. James, Atherstone, Feeney, J. t'., ESl., Edgbaston. Fletcher, Robert, Esq., Edgeeston. Foster, Thomas, Edbastou. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    imprisonment, with hard labour. , . - VWHITCHIURCH. SroosrING CRUELTY TO A IlonsE,-At the Petty L Sessions, yesterday, John Hocldnhall Alkington, a large farmer, was charged with shocking crielty to a horse white Ldrawing a snowing-machine. Defendant beat the horse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    consider any fulrther means fur strengthening the law. GUN ACtrDENT.-Last evening whilst the eldest son of 3 Mr. Batio, of Alkington, was-disciargingtbe contents of a gun after rabbit shooting one of the barrels burst, and oe wes severely injured. Two Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    porley; 3, George'. Wardle, Old Fens Hail, - Whit- church. . Eight rcheese.: 1, Edward Evans,'Wrexham ; 2. Mrs. .LIwis,: Alkington, Whitehurc-; -3, .H Enry Hughes, Woltheubary,Wrexham. Twelvewbite cheese of any maker. 1,, James Hobson, Coolepilate. Nautwicle; 2, J. Jackson Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arrival at Whitchurch of tL I the 1.10 goods trair, the driver reported some cows on the a line near Alkington. A platelayer was sent there and re. moved them, and on looking to ascertain if there were any t Subscribers-only content

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