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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COOK, John III, of Bridgnorth, Salop.

    the chapel in Bridgnorth castle.[footnote] At the parliamentary elections of 1406 he went surety for the appearance of Walter Green I. On the occasion of his own return in the following year he was described as a vintner and burgess

    GREEN, Walter I, of Bridgnorth, Salop.

    but little is known of him beyond the fact that it was during his first bailiffship that he was first returned to Parliament, in 1406. Hugh Green, bailiff of Bridgnorth in 1415-16, and Thomas Green I were perhaps Walter’s brothers.[footnote]

    GREEN, Walter II (d.1456), of Hayes, Mdx.

    Ipswich 10 May 1437-20 Feb. 1441. Biography Although he is traditionally said to have been the son of Walter Green I, there is no real evidence to connect the subject of this biography with Shropshire. Indeed, the first reference clearly

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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    4sf their retree in-toarm r and Z; It fouigrit with the heroirc roorage and ep:<.lotion oz tOIti a' cielt Green I UJaoan Ii )a BFeiy pman rAii h'r-. duty, eerny rotZ fin"rgrtglit for siis contry, hils family, ad ptV f'ire-side. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    advised with on these matters daily till 4. Evenings, 7 till 9. DR CUTNEVRWELL'S NEW WORE. UORINTEIAPATHOLOGY; or, the Green I B .ook. (320 pages-104 Engravings-115 Prescriptions in English.) Price Is. ; by post, it stamps, Is. 6d. THE MODERN Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his precise and quiet maniI 'Doctor, do you not think that they taste a little-a very little- green?' ' Green I green, indeed ! Take them awa'! take them awa' ' vociferated Dr Hutton, starting from the table, and giving Subscribers-only content

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