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You searched for: Place: "Ashwell", Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Edmund the King

    20 Richard Smith 18 12 Peter Woster 16 12 Richard Kembse 16 12 John Rippon 16 12 Cocke Alley. Widow Ashwell 6 4 Thomas Alsopp 6 4 Thomas Eton 6 4 John Smith 6 4 Philip Dod 6 4 George

    Henry VIII, March 1524, 16-31, 01 March 1524-31 March 1524

    receive any tokens for Ashwell from the Duke. Ashwell asked of the woman, in Cokeborne's presence, what kinsfolk he had in Scotland. She answered, lord Hamlytoun, abbot of Inchaffray and the earl of Lynnes. Then Ashwell said he would fain

    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part II

    churchwardens of the parish of Ashwell, in the county of Herts, 3 l ., 52 s . whereof to be employed and bestowed on bread, which should be weekly distributed in the parish church of Ashwell only on every Sunday,

    Report on the Charities of the Fishmongers' Company, Part III

    Company to be lent to four young men being householders of the parish of Ashwell for three ye ars gratis. For bread to the poor of Ashwell, Herts 52 s . To the parish clerk 2 s . Towards the

    Index, A

    Ashton (Asheton), Lanc. (?), letter dated at, 608. Ashton (Ayssheton), Chr., g. 1217 (20). - (Assheton), Sir Ric., 1251 (2). Ashwell (Ayshewell, Aswell), Wm., of St. Albans, 251, 354. -, -, charges against, 354. Asia , 91 (p. 43). Aske

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PALMES, Francis (c.1554-1613), of Lindley, Yorks. and Lancelevy, Hants.

    In 1516 they acquired the manor of Ashwell in Rutland, which Palmes’s grandfather made the principal family seat. Having succeeded his father at the age of about 13, Palmes entered Oxford as of Ashwell, Rutland, and Lindley, Yorkshire, and the

    HAWTREY, William (c.1520-97), of Chequers, Bucks.

    Buckinghamshire, some inherited, some purchased, and speculated in monastic and chantry property outside his own county, as, for instance, at Ashwell, Hertfordshire and Harrold, Bedfordshire. His third wife brought him the manor of Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire, and he was presumably

    PALMES, William (b.c.1638), of Lindley, Yorks. and Ashwell, Rutland.

    of Lindley, Yorks. and Ashwell, Rutland. Constituency Dates Malton 6 Oct. 1668 Malton Mar. 1679 Malton Oct. 1679 Malton 1681 Malton 1689 Malton 1690 Malton 1695 Malton 1698 Malton Feb 1701 Malton Dec. 1701 Malton 1702 Malton 1705 Malton 14

    BURGOYNE, John (c.1538-1605), of Sutton, Beds.

    the manor of Potton Much Manured and, in 1587, the three parts of the manor of Dunton, with lands at Ashwell, Hertfordshire.[footnote]Burgoyne was returned once for his local borough, but he is not mentioned in the known proceedings of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aggra- vated circumstaoces. It has received the approv I of Sir Astley Cooper, Sir Benjamin marodie, Si, James Clark, Doctors Ashwell, Riaby, Rams- botham, Blundell, Henry Davies, D. Davies, aid inanyotherdistinguished Physisiaris in London. ,ssonelIanby every pasinar vhlolss sorn it Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Latle, Stratford-upon-Avon-I1. Farrhigloll, Walsall. S:at Ifrdshire, auctionecr nnd lorniture uroker. [WiNltison, jan., %oaltl .-C. SiltC, Alderrwasley, Deroyshire, miller. [Bowley nitd Ashwell, Nittinghttm- i*'. Cait dnit, Ne. Lentoti, Nottiagliaaoubire, lace llanufacturer. [Sullory, N[tititnghlkt' J. ifilkins, Barkweil, Suleitrseloilkre, innkeeper and vietualler [Be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other important centres in tthe Midland counties, as soon as the projected railway from the Mid- land Company's system fromu Ashwell to Bourne, a distance of some eighteen miles. has been constructed. This Inow line will open up a district Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SHIPPING NOTIOES. A MERICAN LINE UNITED STATES MA:LA STEAMNERS. FROM1 LIVKRPOOL EVER.Y NVED.YSDAY. Rataes alwayS as bow as any Fast Line. For full infor atian bow to reach any placer in the V nited St.ates St least coat and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TIM " LIBIMTY' AGE--icry, II-,, U9, COM?0!?ATIOX STUEXT, RIMITIMHAM. it YULE-TfDE GIFTS. 'ERTY "LIL A_-T NOVELTIES. 0,talo,?ue, coutvu-g over In"IrutIOLL1. 110st IrIX1. v-7F 1BERYV` YULE-TIDIE GIFTS, -9-A AUTNOVELTII,'zi. Ik1UULd11; and luoxlwusive. Y-ULL-TIDE GIF-1 S. .VOVE.LTIE?4, LIB-1A`1RTTY " licautinil aud Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Leonardus Baitson, 27/2/1592

    Vacancy Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 241835 Linked to person: Baitson, Leonardus 1591-1591 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Baitson Forename Leonardus Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Reason natural death Date 27/2/1592 Office/Status Rector Clerical Status Location

    Stephanus Beaver, 27/2/1592

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 241835 Linked to person: Beaver, Stephanus 1591-1591 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Beaver Forename Stephanus Title Qualification MA University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Institution Date 27/2/1592 Office/Status Rector Clerical

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