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  • * British History Online *

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    North Westmorland, Clerks of the peace and High Constables

    John Bolton 1916 1918 Alexander Milne. 1919 H. B. Greenwood. THE HIGH CONSTABLES. For the East and West Wards. East Ward. West Ward. 1661 1664 John Hall. 1661 1664 Thomas Rigg. 1664 1666 John Gowling. 1664 1666 William Langhorn. 1666

    Parochial Records, Vestry Book of St John's, Cardiff, 1708-62

    6 s . Morgan Richard vacancy 3 s . Edward Mashman 6 s . John Hewin 6 s . East Ward . George Jones a house 5 s . M r William Mathewes Vacant 2 s . Catherine Morgan a

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1741-50

    Say Thomas Thomas ffarrier Constables of the High Street Ward. Nicholas Price Victualler John Evan Victualler Constables of the East Ward. John Jenkin Glazier John Martin Labourer Constables of the West Ward. William Richard Victualler John Watkin Joyner & Constables

    Council Minutes, Extracts from Town Book, 1761-70

    Phillip Stephens and Arthur Williams Esq rs then Bailiffs of the said Town that is to Say for the East Ward . Shadrach Williams Malster & Thomas Stibbs shoemaker. for High Street Ward . William James Victualler & Morgan Jenkins

    Manorial records, Cardiff Villa (1666)

    patet in quibusdam schedulis ut sequitur. De libero redditu diversorum Burgagiorum, dimidiorum Burgagiorum, et Cottagiorum seu Curtilagiorum in Lez East Ward ville predicte, videlicet, for half a burgage heretofore in the tenure of Rees Roberts, Alderman, deceased, and now in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cbwythiu allani ei holl lysnaFedd brwnta ffliidd, ond ar v cyfan y Rhyddifrvdwvr a eniliasant y dydl. Yn yr East Ward y bu y frwydr hoethaf, ac yno yr enill- odd y Rhvddfrydwvyr y fuldugoliaeth fwyaf gogon- eddus. Yr ymgeiswvyr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yes- .terday;, Ir. H. Hughes in the oalir.-TheClerk stated that the retiring members of the Board this year were:- East Ward: Messrs. H. Billingham, H. Askew, and IV. J. ITurney ; West Ward: 'Mr. IV. sNorth.; South- Ward: t Iessir.s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fron tth Central and added to the West Ward, that Mytonhe taken from the Central and added to the East Ward, and that the Packnorcs be taken from the East and added to the Central Ward. Tho report was adopted. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WORCESTER. A DsrAUTLTI-1 VOL.UVTErRs.-At the City Police Court, yeseerday, George Thompson, of Newport Street, late a private in the 2nd. Worecctcrshire Rifle Volunteers, was summoned for the nopayment of 1. 16s., duo from him under the rules of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. 5P -'~WOLVERHAMPTON. BARK rwPTY EXAMINATION. - Yesterday, at the I County Court, before Mr. W. D. Griffith, judge George I JontOB, Juinctionl Inn, Whitmore Reans, appeared' to pags le his public examination as a, bankrupt. Mr. W.V Subscribers-only content

 

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