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

Found 26 matches across 5 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Rockbourne

    an d others, who in that year were paid £250 for keeping the king's race-horses in West Park and Cole Park . 62 It was purchased in 1762 by Sir Eyre Coote , the famous Indian General, and passed like

    Parishes Malmesbury

    Farm or Grange Farm, neighbouring farmsteads north-west of Cole Park . Lawn Farm , perhaps used as one of two lodges for officers of the royal stud farm in Cole park in the earlier 17th century, 176 is an L

    Parishes Norton

    . 1 On Speed's map of 1611 the name Coloparle, in error for Cole Park , was juxtaposed to the name Norton , and Cole Park , a house 2 km. SSE. of Malmesbury , was marked by no symbol.

    Twickenham Introduction TWICKENHAM AND TEDDINGTON before the inclosures in 1818 & 1800 respectively

    seems to have been at Heat hfield , by Whitton Road , and a little later, in the nineties, Cole Park was laid out with detached houses, and the smaller Perryn House estate followed. 33 Different reasons have been given

    County government 1530-1660

    as they were in any case yielding 'a continual provision of oats, hay, and litter to the studdery at Cole Park '. 224 This anachronistic and inefficient form of indirect taxation was modified still further in May 1594 . The

  • * British History Online *

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    James I: Volume 32, April-May, 1608, 01 April 1608-31 May 1608

    pay to Nich. Archer 648£. 1 s . 11¾ d ., for two meadows adjoining to the race, at Cole Park, Wilts. [ Docquet . ] May 16. The usual warrant for stuffs and other necessaries for the use of

    James I: Volume 44, March-April, 1609, 01 March 1609-30 April 1609

    Sussex. March 7. Westminster. Warrant to pay 382£. 16 s . 8 d . for repairing the wall of Cole Park, Wilts, and to repay to Robt. Jossy 50£. disbursed by Sir Roger Aston. [ Warrt. Bk ., II., p

    Index A-C, 01 March 1603-31 December 1610

    , Suffolk Coldharbour , see Colharbour. Coldwell , Henry Cole , George Henry John Michael Richard Thomas William Mr. Cole Park , Wilts Coleman , Morgan Coles , Edmund Coleshill Colharbour Coling , John Colle , John Colledge , Thomas

    British History Online

    John Fisher of Chute Francis Coles Thomas Franklyn Robert Biss Robert Mandrell Thomas Long of Rowden John Harvey of Cole Park Christopher Willoughby George Davies of Woodford John Mitchell Thomas Keiliway Edward Goddard of Ogborne John Violett Richard Cox Richard

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HARVEY THURSBY, John (?1711-64), of Abington Abbey, Northants.

    of his maternal uncle Hugh Audley, a moneylender. Of these Stockton was devised to John’s grandfather, another Robert, and Cole Park, in Malmesbury, Wilts., to his brother Hugh.[footnote] After succeeding to Abington in 1736 he stood unsuccessfully for Coventry at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MAID; wages £20 : one accustomed to charge of house linen preferred.- Apply, stating all particulars, to A'iscouutess S., Cole Park, Alalmeshury. TJPPER HOUSEAIAID WANTED tor ___t__aa__i _o____rf _J establishment ; £28 to £30, inclusive ; Small Family.- Apply Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TT found; kitchenmaid kept; no dairy or baking ; one who has been head kitchenmaid preferred. - Lady T., Cole Park, Malraesbury, Wilts. "YITANTED, for the country, a thoroughly trustworthy Good TT COOK; kitchenmaid kept ; wages £30, no beer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    age 10; height, sft. Sim.; 13 months in a nobleman's family, 2J years' previous good "character.- Address " Footman," Cole Park, Malmesbury, Wilts. F"OOTMAN, SECOND or _____ a butler ; age 18 ; height, sft. Bsin.; thoroughly understands his duties Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . 11 kitohenniaid kept ; no dairy or baking ; wages £.10 to £35, I all found.- Lady I., Cole Park, Malmesbury. MrASTSD a very Good COOK for Gentleman's House at I I v v Folkestone ; £33, all found Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    South Audley-street. A ""LADY* wishes to RECOMMEND her COOK fo7~a Situation in Town during the season.- Address Vicountess T., Cole Park, Malmesbury. C~ OOD COOK" WANTED ; age between 25 and 30 : two X in family ; assistance after Subscribers-only content

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