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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries Dominican Friars of Guildford

    quire, and Lady Clarisan gave the stalls. 3 The king granted them four oaks fit for timber out of Guildford Park in 1294 as well as two leafless oaks fit for fuel. 4 In 1298 Edward I . granted them

    The borough of Guildford Introduction and castle

    the river very near the present mills. Before 1256-7 they were removed to a place below the bridge, next Guildford Park , to the great injury of the joint-holders of the manor of Artington , and of Richard Testard who

    The borough of Guildford Borough, manors, churches and charities

    Holy Trinity . The church of the ASCENSION is an iron chapelof-ease to St. Nicholas's in the district called Guildford Park , near the railway station. ADVOWSONS The advowsons of Holy Trinity and St. Mary are commonly st ated to

    Parishes Ash

    . Leger received a grant of the manor of Claygate 33 for his expense in keeping the game in Guildford Park . 34 Claygate returned into the possession of Jasper, Duke of Bedford , 35 on the reversal of his

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, 1655, 01 January 1655-31 December 1655

    Cranborne and Lady Diana his wife, and others, defendants. The case is concerned with the properties of Wanborough manor, Guildford Park, a tenement called the "Ffryens", in co. Surrey, and the manor of Ridlands and other lands in co. Northumberland.

    Index, G, 01 January 1611-31 December 1618

    Geo. Guadagnis (of Venice) Gualtier , M. Guard , captain and yeomen of Black Guiana Guildford , Sir Hen. Guildford Park Guildhall Guillin , Peregrine Guinea Company Guise , Charles of Lorraine, Duke of Catherine of Cleves, Duchess of Gulder Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 47, July 1568, 01 July 1568-31 July 1568

    Council. Forwards a book brought to him by one William Children, dropped by a stranger in a place near Guildford Park, containing an allegation on behalf of the Queen of Scots touching the succession. July 4. 5. John Dymocke to Subscribers-only content

    James 1 - volume 116, September 1620, 01 September 1620-30 September 1620

    has Oking and other lands, worth 500 l . a year, for fooling and masking, and John Murray has Guildford Park. Lord Doncaster made a feast at Syon to Buckingham and others. Death of Lord Fitzwalter, only son of the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 January 1547-31 December 1580

    , (Gwarras, Gwerras,) Anthony Guernsey Guichardin , Vincent Guidodi , Signor Guildeford , Henry Guildford Guildford , Inhabitants of Guildford Park Guildhall Guinea , (or Genoia,) Guise , Duke, and House of Guisnes Gunfounder , Office of Gunfounding Gunfoundries , Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    took placo at Stockholm oe June 17, 1884-just two years ago. A serious outbreak of pleuro-pinenionia has occurred on Guildford Park Farm, in Surrey. Several animnls in a herd of eightyihead of cattle were attacked, aud it was deemed advisable Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in k-,own handwriting. N149t. Daily Post. SIMI ticag Lads Wanted, werk at Wire-on; Brick Mactine. ooaSrry zegs-Appsiy, T1. Aitcsioeli, Guildford Park, Guild- IZIPOCONS and Foorkss-Iraiders, good steady man; pieceworok S -2-GIlobe Worta,_HMgbgateSt. TlTfC133R and at'e5iaist, for Leather Travelling Bags.- LYApply, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Prys-'s, Mr. Vaughan- Monday, Abergorlech ; Friday aa j cwmm-rrai, 10.:i0. ' xntl *y. Rhyd- Ripley and Knaphill- Monday, Guildford Park • Frid-v tm. . sneaf, Woking Station. 11. "-«'»y, \vnest. Ross- Monday, Mietiaelchurch, 10.30; Wednesday oi.i tr 11 ; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    W. M. Anderson, of a son. DAWSON.- On the 10th inst., at Guildford Park, Surrey the wife ol E. Dawson, of a son. GIUB.-On the 10th inst., at 8, Cambridge- villas, Richmond-hill tbe wife of E. H. Gibb, of a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ex- perienced NURSE ; excellent manager of young children : good . needlewoman ; age 37.- Apply E. Smith, Guildford Park, Guildford. I ALADY can thoroughly RECOMMEND her NURSE ; able to take baby from month : good needlewoman; three Subscribers-only content

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