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  • * British History Online *

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    JOHNSON, Thomas

    1643 Address Friday Street, St Margaret Moses, 1622-37. Snow Hill (shop?) 16**. Other notes In trouble 1626, 1627, 1630. Freed SA 1628. Known London address Sprigd Eagle, Friday Street, St Margaret Moses Parish St Margaret Moses, Friday Street Ward Bread

    Underhill - Utting

    Ald Bassishaw, 12 Aug 1687-3 Oct 1688, superseded by the restoration of Charter (1) Christ Church, 1662, Friday Street, St Mathew Friday Street 1670, 1689, Kensington, Middx (2) GR, appr, 1649, to Thomas Tibbots, fr, 1656, L, 1663, M, 1687

    Wills, 23 Henry VI (1444-5)

    a grant by Sir Thomas's executors to the Dean and Chapter of property in the parish of S. Matthew Friday Street, for the maintenance of a chaplain who should celebrate daily for his soul in the chapel of S. Thomas

    BUTLER, George

    presumably. ] 5 Nov 1630 Entry Dr Grent reported that B had given a purge to Browne, grocer, of Friday Street, for a swelling in his armpit, and that Browne had died. To be investigated more fully. There was a

    House of Commons Journal Volume 5, 19 November 1647, 19 November 1647-19 November 1647

    of the Paper that came from Nottingham , concerning some Agents in the City; and particularly naming one in Friday Street : Which they desire this House to take into speedy Consideration, as much importing the Settlement, Peace and Prosperity

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Warnham Nonconformity

    shed, 94 and in 1870 they registered a building for worship; 95 it was succeeded by another building in Friday Street registered in 1921 , which ceased to be used apparently between 1957 and 1964 . 96 A congregation of

    Rusper Local government

    of the poor were mentioned in 1729 43 and 1757, 44 apparently the same building as the one at Friday Street rented by the parish in 1764 for the same purpose. 45 Between the mid 18th century and 1835 methods

    Painswick Roman catholicism

    cottage in Hale Lane , Painswick , which was served by priests from Stroud . A former slaughter-house in Friday Street was converted for use as a chapel in 1935 when mass was said regularly. The chapel, dedicated to St.

    Rusper Economic history

    55 besides estates mentioned above, Baldhorns and Stammerham farms were held of Shortsfield. 56 In addition Porter's farm near Friday Street was a freehold of Marlpost in Horsham . 57 Several houses or farms which survived in 1981 were recorded

    Painswick Introduction Painswick 1972 Painswick Old Town Hall and Parish Buildings Before 1840

    47 The market was held in a square at the south-west angle of Bisley Street on the site of Friday Street , 48 known as Bell Street in the later 19th century, 49 and near to the Cross. A 17th-century

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Peter's Lodge

    Tooley Street, Southwark, London 1771 Two Giants, Church Street, Southwark, London 1774 Cross Keys, Shad Thames, London 1791 King's Head, Walworth Road, Walworth, London 1793 Rockingham Arms Inn, Newington Butts, London 1805 White Horse Inn, Friday Street, Cheapside, London 1817

    Lodge of Affability

    St. John's Street, London 1737 Sun, Aldersgate Street, London 1740 Magdalen Tavern, Old Fish Street Hill, London 1742 Bell, Friday Street, Cheapside, London 1744 Bull's Head and Three Tuns, Cheapside, London 1747 Sun, Milk Street, Honey Lane Market, London 1755

    Lodge of Unity

    Vine Tavern, Broad Street, Ratcliff, London 1779 King Henry's Head, Red Lion Street, Whitechapel, London 1782 White Horse Inn, Friday Street, Cheapside, London 1804 New London Tavern, Cheapside, London 1806 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1807 Two Blue Posts, Charlotte

    Lodge of Honour and Generosity

    of Grapes, Little St. Martin's Lane, London 1822 White Hart, Giltspur Street, Newgate Street, London 1824 White Horse Tavern, Friday Street, Cheapside, London 1827 Horn Tavern, Doctors' Commons, London 1829 George and Vulture Tavern, Cornhill, London 1834 London Tavern, Bishopsgate

    Lodge of Peace and Harmony

    Eastcheap, London 1782 London Stone Tavern, Cannon Street, London 1791 Swan Tavern, Fish Street Hill, London 1797 White Horse, Friday Street, Cheapside, London 1800 Guildhall Coffee House, Gresham Street, London 1803 Antwerp Tavern, Threadneedle Street, London 1805 Bay Tree Tavern,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DELVES, Nicholas (1618-90), of Friday Street, London and Camberwell, Surr.

    (1618-90), of Friday Street, London and Camberwell, Surr. Constituency Dates Hastings 1659 Hastings 1660 Ofifces Held Commr. for sewers, Surr. and Kent Aug. 1660, assessment, London Sept. 1660-1; alderman, London Apr.-June 1661, common councilman 1663-5, 1667-70; master, Merchant Taylors’ Co.

    COLSHULL, John I (d.1413), of Friday Street, London.

    (d.1413), of Friday Street, London. Constituency Dates Cornwall 1391 Cornwall 1394 Cornwall Jan. 1397 Cornwall 1399 Ofifces Held Common councillor, Vintry Ward, London 1381-7. Ofifces Held Dep. butler, London 28 Oct. 1382-5 Oct. 1383, Sandwich 2 Nov. 1382-c.1390. Ofifces Held

    BAYLIS, Robert (1673-1748), of Watling Street, London

    several subsequent elections.[footnote]Baylis died on 21 Nov. 1748 and was buried in the church of St. John the Evangelist, Friday Street, alongside his father and two brothers. By a will dated only a week before his death his entire estate

    DE PONTHIEU, John (1765-1813), of 43 Portland Place, Mdx. and Esher, Surr.

    Wilkes’s† brother Isaac, seems to have been associated with the West Indian house of de Ponthieu and Egerton of Friday Street (1749), afterwards of 36 Coleman Street (1770), but went bankrupt in 1774.[footnote] He had in any case spent much

    CHICHELE, William (d.1426/7), of London.

    called Le Castell on the Hoop, together with a messuage and two shops in the parish of St. Margaret, Friday Street. These were in his hands by October 1415, when he offered them as security for the payment of a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gotldbat. . Btc Heyg ( Catentn _&street, w~re iusetean. A ttornses Messrs. B u t-dil lon andd -ewett, Litsle Friday street, Cl eapside. T. Bossn, aice4awdiaa strssner Attorinest Measrs. Es xleiy arsi gin1!' rr JFnrutva~l's--4thso Late-lnr F :l . Stcaenr, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aughtie6 Poultry, sealengraier. Solicitor, Mr Webb, Bartlett's buildin5 s. - r ' I ' ' . : .R. Robinson,' Friday street, tavern keeper. Solicitor, Mr Fisher, Featherstone buildings. G. Huddy; Wellington place, Stepney, hop-merchant.' Solicitor, Mr * Robinson, Wolbrook. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Temple. J. Passman, King's Armis yard, Coleman street, warehooseman. Solicitors, Messrs ford end Johbnson, Kiig's Bench Walk. A. Corbett, Friday street, City, merchant. SQlicitors, Messrs Bourdillon and Hewitt, Broad street, Cheapside. S. Harding, OxFcrd street, jeweller. Solicitor, Mr Phillips, bedford Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Esq. of Hatton garden. On the 17th inst. Mr William Mattie, jun. only son of William Mathie, Esqo. of Friday street, to Matilda, second daughter of Mr John Biden, of Cheapside. On the l2th inst. at Radcliffe, Lancashire, Mr Edmnund Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Cloak lane. J. Archer, Judd street, Brunswick squardr tailor. Solicitor, Mr Atkin- son, Tokenhouse yard. A. Corbett, Friday street, merchant. Solicitors, Messrs Bourdillon and Hewitt, Bread street. J. Barber, King's row, Mile End, builder. Solicitor, Mr BeauTook's court, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    The chance of 100 tickets in York-Buildings Lottery

    (The chance of 100 tickets in York-Buildings Lottery) [Advertising, Lotteries, Clippings (books, newspapers etc.), Clippings, lotteries] The Chances of loo Tickets in York-Buildings Lottery in one entire fet, divided into 400 Shares, are to be difposM? ot at 22$. Subscribers-only content

 

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