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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lowick

    the chapel from March 1623 . On Sunday 26 Mar. 1626 he found another reader, John Fell , in possession. Afterwards ' John Fell did read prayers in the chapel yard under an oak tree, when as I Leonard Fell

    Hospitals Worcester

    Worcester , the tenements on which had been burnt down during the late civil war. Moreover the master, Dr. John Fell , received an allowance in accordance with the Act of 1664, and the steward also. Eight poor men and

    Christ Church

    Peckwater and Canterbury were extended, 48 but it was Dean Samuel Fell ( 1638-48 ) and his son Dean John Fell ( 1660-86 ) who were responsible for the next great period of building. The elder Fell was responsible for

    Kingsbury Churches

    the manor court of Kingsbury for striking Maud Chalkhill . 29 In 1503 Thomas Chalkhill was pardoned for killing John Fell , chaplain and curate of Kingsbury , in self-defence. 30 In 1525 William Cheshire , who may have been

    The city of Worcester The castle and public buildings

    cancellar to the Bysshope of Worcestar.' 43 After the Restoration it was refounded and new buildings erected by Bishop John Fell of Oxford for ten men and four women. In 1682 it was augmented for six mor e men by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Cromwell, and the fall of'Wolsey, but one of the pleasantest tumbles upon record was that of a Mr. John Fell, who, when he removed from one part of the metro- polis to another, wrote over his door---"- I Fellfrom Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    POLICE. CMANSTON H-OUSE. F"rancis Tuthlill, a translator of shoes, from Ireland, and aged about 60 years, was brought before the Lord Mayor under the following circumstances:- Thomas Fleming stated that he came over from Ireland to buy clothes irn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AOelON AGD B A MlmNGAX& - IiIANTJFACTUEEIh At the Liverpool Assizes, yesterday-before Mr: Justice an "North and a special 'jury-the action of Dekry is. Owenls C(( was tried.-Tbe plainltifl was William Derry, a commercial Ml travoiler', wice suedi Henry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Osborne and Reading, of Benlsett's Hill, Birmingham, and At M. C. J. Phipps, of MAecklenburgh Square, London. Mr. on John Fell, of Bedford Street, Leamington, was the con- Rs tractor. The theatre comIprises all the latest improve- R8 ments, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a wheelbarrow, two iron stench traps, and two owt. of of old iron, valued at 12s., the property of John Fell, con- p tractor, Leamington.-Police-sargeant Hawkes saw Walker Mn . wheeling the barrow containing 1h cwt, of iron, on sta Subscribers-only content

 

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