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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 The WORKHOUSE in Bishopsgatestreet.

    no Salary but was paid for his Physick at a certain Price. Benjamin Timme, Clerk. Thomas Yale , Steward. Francis Wood , Porter. His Wife, Matron. Three Basket Men. A Nurse. Two Women for the Patients. One Cookmaid. Remarkable were

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Middle division Swine Swine parish c. 1860 Swine 1618 Swine Church 1784

    nephew Anthony Ewer (d. by 1756 ), 4 who was succeeded by his daughter Elizabeth, later wife of Sir Francis Wood , Bt. 5 From Lady Wood (d. 1796), the estate descended to an Ewer relative, Cropley Cooper , later

    Townships Gressingham

    in 1600 were William Parker , John Thompson and Richard Johnson , the last being of Eskrigg . 41 Francis Wood , as a Royalist 'delinquent in both wars,' compounded with the Parliamentary authorities for his estate; his fine was

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    John Thomas 1794-5 George Bingley Samuel Barnes, William Newell 1795-6 William Harrison Thomas Evans, Robert Brittain 1796-7 Thomas Barnes Francis Wood , John Bakewell 1797-8 Rowland Jones Thomas Griffith, John Webster 1798-9 John Bramwell Robert Bowers, Samuel Bennett 1799-1800 Daniel

    Index A-K

    Anglicanism Evans , Mic., Everingham , see Constable, fam. Evetts , L. C., Ewer: Ann, Ant., Eliz., m. Sir Francis Wood , fam., Exchequer , Exeter , earls of, see Cecil, David, John, and Wm. Eyre : Ant., Rowland ,

    Parishes Brentwood BRENTWOOD c. 1920

    of King's Road , and in Rose Valley , south of Queen's Road. 156 Brickmakers there included Frederick and Francis Wood , Queen's Road, c . 1863- c . 1878; James Winter , later Winter Bros ., King's Road ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Hon. Spencer Lyttelton to be Marshal of the Cere- monies. We have to announce the death of Sir Francis Wood, Bart., the father of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, who expired on Thursday, at his seat, Hickleton Hall, near Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    six children of Mr W. Buck, from Yorkshire-the younger brother of the Recorder of Leeds, whose daughter married Sir Francis Wood, a Wuig baronet, and whose grand- Son is Sir Charles Wood, a Cabinet Minister under several Whig adnainistrationS. FRArE, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Graham Street, and Newhalt ab ir. Street, Birmingham, steel toy manufacturers; F. L. Heeley eh, hs retires.-Abholom Wood, Thomas Francis Wood, William Wood, na a end Ebenezer Swann, trading as the New Whnrf Colliery Comi- m o pamny, at Burslem, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birt Davies, at the Hop Pole, in Pershore Street, on the body of a child five years old, named Francis Wood, whose parents live in Munro Square, Pershore Street, and who had been on time preceding night overlaid in bed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HERXEFORDSHIRE ASSIZ.ES. CROWN COURT..VtJESDAY. * THE LEDBUBRY TRAGEDY. JohPn lSacs Jneos, the solicitor's clerk, who was committed by the Mlagistratestor thewilful murder of HacIrrnet Baker, at Ledbury, was Arraigned on that charge at the Herefordshiro Assizes, before Mr. Justice Subscribers-only content

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