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  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Hallows, Bread Street

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 All Hallows, Bread Street ALL HALLOWS, BREAD STREET. MS. p. 23. The number of houses and inhabitants are 74. The rent of those houses at a moderate rate is £1,807. The tyth due from that

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Nicholas Olives in Bread Street

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 St. Nicholas Olives in Bread Street ST. NICHOLAS OLIVES IN BREAD STREET. MS. p. 280. A moderate value of the present maintenance of the minister and houses according to his Majesty's order made the 22nd

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Mildred, Bread Street

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 St. Mildred, Bread Street ST. MILDRED, BREAD STREET. MS. p. 268. A moderate valuation of all the houses within the parish of St. Mildred in Bread Street, made by the Rector of the parish of

    BOET, Arnold

    sued. Action taken To be sued. Verdict guilty Sentence To be sued 3 May 1633 Entry George Brann of Bread Street said that his servant had gone to B, who gave him a purge of his own, which caused illness,

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Olave, Silver Street

    St. Nicholas Olives in Bread Street St. Olave, Silver Street RENTS. London, May 21, 1638. MS. p. 287. £ Henry Pratt, alderm. 60 Wm. Gould 7/10 Wm. Terry 12 John Brooke 9 John Robinson 10/10 Henry Derham 27 John Baker

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warminster Protestant nonconformity

    in 1802 a chapel was built there in Bread Street so that evening services could be held on weekdays. 54 A girls' school held on Saturday afternoons at the Bread Street chapel was also begun during his pastorate. After Jackson

    Hospitals St James , Westminster

    land in Hampstead , 40 acres of land in 'Northesel,' and a tenement in Cheap at the end of Bread Street , London , the gifts of Alexander Barentin, William son of the Lady and Stephen Blund , and granted

    Stroud Nonconformity

    was probably that group that registered houses at Paganhill in 1799 , at Ruscombe in 1802 , and at Bread Street in 1810 . 34 An Independent chapel at Ruscombe was replaced by a new chapel near by in 1828

    North Weald Bassett Manors

    probably connected in some way with Sir Robert Billesdon because he lived and traded in Bread Street , and was alderman for Bread Street Ward . 45 In 1543 Marshalls was settled upon Sir William 's grandson Sir William Fitzwilliam

    Townships Mitton , Henthorn and Coldcoats

    in 1866 , and the door of the morning-room was the vestry door of the church of All Hallows, Bread Street , London , taken down in 1876 . The upper rooms are of no particular interest, except the bedroom

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MOLEYNS (MOLYN), Thomas, of Wilton, Wilts.

    Valeys in 1414. In the meantime, in April 1394, he had been one of the churchwardens of the parish church of St. Mary, Bread Street, the chief church of Wilton.C219/8/7, 12, 9/13, 11/3; Salisbury Diocesan RO, Reg. Waltham, f. 36.

    KINWELMERSH, (KYNELMARSH), Edmund (Edward), ?of Duston, Northants.

    property. If he was the man of this name living early in the 1550s in the parish of Allhallows, Bread Street, London, he married on 3 May 1556, one Joan Grave, had at least two daughters, and was related to

    POUNTE, Jasper (by 1515-61 or later), of London.

    Held Servant of Sir Richard Rich c.1537; messenger, ct. augmentations by 1539; clerk of the compter in Bread Street, London by 1544. Biography In the late 1520s Jasper Pounte was living with his mother within the precincts of the priory

    WALKER, Alexander.

    buried in the church of St. Dunstan-in-the-East, he provided for his wife and children. He left his house in Bread Street to his wife whom he made sole executrix and appointed Edward Dicher as overseer. The will was proved before

    HORROCKS, John (1768-1804), of Penwortham Lodge, nr. Preston, Lancs.

    Horrocks & Co., muslin manufacturers. It later moved to 5 Bucklersbury and, some years after his death, to 9 Bread Street. Horrocks was also instrumental in founding the Preston firm of Riley, Paley and Leighton, which made textile machinery.[footnote]His success

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    parts of the Kingdin is also given, Price, handso ely bound; 10s, 6d. PISOT and Co. 1, Basing Lane, Bread Street, Cheapside. T EGITIMAT1E RE!FLECETION.. LEGI While WARREisT Jet Blacllioq, from 30, the STRAND, .Continues exelusive applausa-,toeornmandI -' Its rivals. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    repr~esentatives as Faigdo~n Ward, Whereas < upon a fjuir m.alcuatmit, upo4; yieiw o~f t~axaition, apd,population ot all the Wards, Bread Street shlould return three to the Comm aon, Coun- cil, wh4ile, th~ej pmlop~orie~ of ,Parringdloli ,itho~untwould b~e 5S9b .- Tbe. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    July. PETER MORRISON, Mdanaging Director. Forma for opening accouuts scut free on application. IMPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, 1 Old Bread Street, London: Instituted 1820. DIRECTORS. GEORGE WILLIAM COTTAM, Esq. Chairman. FREDERICK PATTISON, Esq. Depaty Chairman. Thomas G. Barclay, Esq.G eorge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    markets and trades- men's haunts are pointed out in such names as Cornhill and Leadenhall, Grace (or grass) church, Bread Street, the Poultry and the Vintry, where "the merchants of Bourdeaux craned their wines out of vessels and made sale Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may he remitted to the Collectora of Island Revenue at Somerset Rouse or Tower Hill, or Greshas Hease, Old Bread Street with a statement of the name and abode of the applicant, on receipt of which a licence will be Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    The Corporation of London: its rights and privileges., 1858

    Street each return 4; Dowgate , Can- dlewick, Cordwainers, Cornhill , Queenhithe , Vintry , and Walbrook , 6; Bread Street , Bridge, Billingsgate , Broad Street , Cheap , Coleman Street , Cripplegate Within, and Cripplegate Without , Tower, Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    disappeared soon after passing Messrs. Branwell ' s corner. The houses from that corner up to Back Lane ( Bread Street ) have been entirely rebuilt The London Inn and the houses as far as the " Duke of Cumberland Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    came to Penzance ;-beyond these houses were fields. On the left-hand side at the bottom of Causewayhead , opposite Bread Street , was an old inn called the Royal Oak , and close to it was the town shoot, the Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    years before the whole street was completed ; the other places soon followed. On the fields which were between Bread Street and Taroveor Road (formerly Bull ' s Lane), have been built, at different times in the last twenty years Subscribers-only content

    Half a century of Penzance: 1825-1875, 1878

    north of Market-jew Street there was not a house in Penzance , excepting two in the Back Lane ( Bread Street ), until you came to Causewayhead , then commonly called Caunsehead. About the middle of the north side of Subscribers-only content

 

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