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You searched for: Place: "South Rauceby"

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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, A

    -, -, skinner, of London, 198. -, William, 115. -, -, gent., of London, 735. Alford , Robert, of South Rauceby, 280. Algare alias Aspale, Richard son of John son of William son of Agnes (Rastell), 366. Algarkirk , in Subscribers-only content

    Index, P

    of John. See Cumberford. Permord , William, 338. - Cf . Pormard. Peronhall alias Pero[n ] thyng [(?) in South Rauceby ] , Lincs, manor, 280. Perott , John, 595. -, Owin, esq., 544. Perrott , Peret, North, Som., manor, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lincoln. The gross income is given 'an £225. with house, and the population of the villages of North and South Rauceby is about 800. The retiring in- *ouibent is the Rev. Charles Thoroton, who was inducted in 054. The Rev. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can keep accounts ; wife can manage dairy and poultry ; age 38 ; good references. Appiy John Birch, South Rauceby, near Grantham. IT FOUNDRY Foreman Wants Re-engagement in General Jobbing Shop; loam or sand; steel, iron, or brass; sixteen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    can keep accounts ; wife can manage dairy a;;d poultry ; age 38 ; good references. Apply John Birch, .South Rauceby, near Grantiiam. 17 CONFE(m"ONEß"liecondnnand") _ Waiits Situation ; disengaged. Address, stating wages, C. W., 76, Biddulph-street, Leicester. £0 /^ILERK Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    townships, and extra-parochial and other places of Welby, Haydor, Aisby, Oselvy, Culverthorpe. Kelby, Wilsford, Hauleck, Silk Willoughby, North Rauceby, South Rauceby, Quarrington, Old Sleaford, New Slea- ford, and Holdinghani, in the said parts of Kesteven, in the said county of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    townships, and extra-parochial and other places of Welby, Haydor, Aisby, Oseby, Culverthorpe, Kelby, Wilsford, Hanheck, Silk Willoughby, North Rauceby, South Rauceby, Quarrington, Old Sleaford, New Slea- ford, and Holdingham, in tbe said parts of Kesteven, in the said connty of Subscribers-only content

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