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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The sixteenth century Economy

    relieved many inhabitants, both laymen and clerics. 38 Some oversea and coasting trade was still pursued by Beverley merchants. George Green was licensed in 1534 to export butter and cheese and import wine and woad, 39 and Beverley ships, among

    Stoke Newington Charities for the poor

    1826 the vestry invested £10 for each charity in stock, creating a joint charity. 63 By will proved 1764 George Green left a £1 rent charge to be distributed in bread besides £100 to produce £2 10 s . a

    Funtington

    to the bishop and this chapel-of-ease is now united to Funtington church. CHARITIES Richard Beale , John Combes , George Green , and Poors Land . By a scheme of the Charity Commissioners dated 15 April 1910 it was provided

    Parishes Great Hallingbury GREAT AND LITTL E HALLINGBURY 1980

    been a little building in the east at Hallingbury Street , and in the west at Latchmore Bank and George Green . 16 Norwich , a house lying on the edge of Hatfield forest, existed by 1735 . It had

    Parishes Buckden BUCKDEN PALACE BUCKDEN The PARISH CHURCH of ST MARY .

    Robert and Sarah Hurst , d. 1834; Frances Susan ( Urquhart ) wife of John George Green , d. 1845, and John George Green , d. 1882; and Henry Thomas Usher , killed in France , 1917. In the churchyard,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y cyfarfod, a phleidlais o ymddiried yr etholwyrynddo, gan James Thomav1,Ysw., cyfreithiwr, l yr hwn a gefnogwyd gan Mr. George Green, Oc Cambrian Foundry, a'r Parch. J. Williams, ac hefyd diolchgaywch y eyfarfod iVr cadeirydd, gan Griffth io Jones, Ysw., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Jones, Com- merce House, John Jones, Bridge End, John Gibson, Griffith Jones, R. D. Roberts, D. Jenkia Davies, George Green, Richard James, Tanner, T. H. Jones, Johu James, a T. 0. Morgan. Cefnogwyd y cyilygiad gan y Parch. W. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    VIDOCQ. Tomorrow, royal itmo. price Gs. in boards, iTlEf IOIRS of VIDOCQ. Written by HIMsELF. Vol. I. At a-f. Videcq will be enrolled in the memoirs of all time as one of the most ratroerdinary characters of his age. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plainltif-Damages 20l. BLaY ST EDMUNXD'u AUGUST S.-EXTRAOaDIN.ARY ATTEMPT TO Moatumt~~a.-Wmt. Vialls, aged 16, was tried for attempting to itouider George Green, by cutting his throat. The particulars of this singular case hare already appearetd in the jouorals.-Green, who is recovering Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Simpkin, late of Ste. tioners'.hall-court, Ludgate-street. ' At Battersea, T. A. anikey. esq1., of Fenchurch-street to Elizabeth, daghter of George Green, esq., of Blackwa . On the th inst, at Shirland, Derbyshire, Mr. Samuel Cheetham, to Mrs Wharton, both of Subscribers-only content

 

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