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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Catherine Brent

    Details Catherine Brent in religion Christina Born 1601 in Lark Stoke Died 1681 14 Sep in Cambrai father William Brent Esq

    Elizabeth Brent

    Details Elizabeth Brent in religion Elizabeth Born 1607 in Lark Stoke Died 1660 1 Apr in Paris father William Brent Esq

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Preston on Stour

    on himself, his wife, and their children. 107 The manor that he settled was in fact not Alscot but Lark Stoke 108 (in Ilmington ). Bishopston 's heirs were his two daughters, of whom Philippa married Sir William Catesby .

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    fam., 286-7 Hyller , Ric., Vicar of Elmstone Hardwicke , 58 I. Ilissus , riv., see Athens Ilmington (Warws.), Lark Stoke , 84 imprisonment , franchise of, 146 inclosure , see open fields and inclosure Independents , 24, 45, 155,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. and E. Welnead, Alan- cheater, small ware manufacturers; as far as regards J. Weod -R. and Dn Fletcher, Lark Stoke, Glouceatershire, farmers- T. RobinsW and R. Elstob, North Shields, merchant tailors- T. F. and B. H. Featherstone, York, drapers-R. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. Westhead, Manchester, emoalwiware rnlane. B fscturers ; as far as regards J. Wood s Rt. and W. Pletcher, Lark Stoke, farmers .5T. Robinson and R. Elatob, North Shields, merchant tailors 0T. F. and E. H. Featherstone, Vork, drapers 'Rf. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edward Loveridgea of the Yipty tribe, were fineda2s. 6d. each for encamping on the si of the highway, at Lark Stoke. wico, WANTAGE. RIFLE MATCH-_YEOMANRY o. VOLUNTEEDRS. A match between eight members of the S Troop (Want. N age) Royal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    STOW-ON-THE-WOLD PETTY SESSIONS, IA -,n 7 *n APRIL 7. se Present, E. T. Godmau, H. I. Chaniberlayne, P. Thursby, le E. E. Leigh, and F. J. P. Butler, Esqrs. t. The Overseers were duly appointed for the whole of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E. W, .tw.xvi M,„ Chester, small ware manufacturers; as far ._ re-*ar.U J W,mhl - R. ami W. Fletcher, Lark Stoke. r;i„ucesier.hire, farmers- Rob bison and hlst,.b. North Shield., merchant tailors- T. F an.l E H. Feat her- tone. *> Subscribers-only content

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