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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GRIMSTON, Samuel (1644-1700), of Gorhambury, Herts.

    Dates St Albans 15 May 1668 St Albans Oct. 1679 St Albans 1681 St Albans 1689 St Albans 1690 St Albans 1695 St Albans 1698 17 Oct. 1700 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Essex, Herts. and St. Albans 1673-80, Mdx.

    CHURCHILL, George (1654-1710).

    CHURCHILL, George (1654-1710). Constituency Dates St Albans 1685 St Albans 1689 St Albans 1690 St Albans 1695 St Albans 1698 St Albans Feb 1701 St Albans Dec. 1701 St Albans 1702 St Albans 1705 Portsmouth 1708 8 May 1710 Ofifces

    LOMAX, Joshua (c.1652-1724), of Childwick Bury, nr. St. Albans, Herts.

    LOMAX, Joshua (c.1652-1724), of Childwick Bury, nr. St. Albans, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 10 Mar. 1701 St Albans 1708 1710 St Albans 3 Dec. 1717 1722 Biography Joshua Lomax was the son of a successful Lancashire attorney, who bought

    JENNINGS, Richard (c.1616-68), of Sandridge, Herts.

    Richard (c.1616-68), of Sandridge, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans Aug. 1642 St Albans 1659 St Albans 1660 St Albans 1661 May 1668 Ofifces Held Commr. for assessment, Herts. 1643-8, Herts. and St. Albans Aug. 1660-d., sequestrations, Herts. 1643, levying of

    CONINGSBY, Humphrey II (d.1601), of Sopwell, nr. St. Albans, Herts.

    (d.1601), of Sopwell, nr. St. Albans, Herts. Constituency Dates St Albans 1584 St Albans 1586 St Albans 1589 St Albans 1593 St Albans 1597 Ofifces Held J.p. St. Albans by 1586, steward of St. Albans from c.1584-8; muster master and

  • * Victoria County History *

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    St Albans abbey The monastic buildings

    of the Abbey Church in St. Albans Anno Domini 1721' (the Fothergill arms are above the inscription) a silver paten, 1869; a copy of a mediaeval chalice supposed to have belonged to St. Albans Abbey , now at Trinity College

    Houses of Benedictine nuns St Mary de Pre priory, St Albans

    nuns St Mary de Pre priory, St Albans 7. ST. MARY DE PRE PRIORY, ST. ALBANS The foundation of the nunnery of St. Mary de Pre in 1194 by Warin, Abbot of St. Albans , was the outcome of a

    Hospitals St Julian by St Albans

    St Julian by St Albans 29. HOSPITAL OF ST . JULIAN BY ST . ALBANS Geoffrey Abbot of St. Albans ( 1119-46 ), with the consent of the convent, built a hospital for lepers outside St. Albans on a piece

    St Albans abbey History

    St Albans abbey History ABBEY CHURCH AND BUILDINGS 1. HISTORICAL Materials for a history of the buildings of the abbey are plentiful from the time of the general rebuilding undertaken by the first Norman abbot, Paul of Caen . The

    The city of St Albans Advowson and charities

    The city of St Albans Advowson and charities ADVOWSON The townsmen of St. Albans appear to have had rights in the abbey church at an early date and probably had their services in the nave of the Saxon church. When

  • * British History Online *

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    WENDY, Thomas

    Primary occupation medical physician (MD) (Physician to HVIII EVI MI & EI. MParl for St Albans 1554. F. More on cards.) Period of medical practice 1522-1560 Place of birth England (of Clare, Suffolk (2nd son of Thomas Wendy)) Date of

    BORGARUCCI, Julius &c

    1581 Address St Albans 1564. Cripplegate ward 1567. St Botolphs Bishopsgate ward 1576-81. ?Southwark 1581 (will). Other notes MD Padua incorp Ca 1567. Restrained 1560. Anatomy BSC 1567-72. ?LRCP 1567 (not Munk). Known London address St Alban's Parish St Alban

    House of Commons Journal Volume 7, 1 February 1660, 01 February 1660-01 February 1660

    but such as are really in actual Service. General Monck. A Letter from General Geo rge Monck , from St Albans , of the 30th of January 1659, was read. Ordered , That the Custody of St. James's Park be,

    Roger Whitley's Diary, May 1684, 01 May 1684-31 May 1684

    Barnet; drank a tankard in the court & to Red Lyon at St Albans, to bed. [fo. 11r ] 16. Friday, I went early from St Albans; calle d at Crowne in Dunstable; eate some bread & butter, went imediately

    Roger Whitley's Diary, April 1684, 01 April 1684-30 April 1684

    cald at Newport; dranck a bottle fo wine & eate a piece of cold-Beefe; ther was a man of St Albans (of whom I had formerly bought a horse) came to us; being in treaty, with Mr Minshall, for a

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Preface 6

    Camden Clarencieux. Capgrave John. Caxton 's Chronicle. Chancery Rolls . Chaucer. Chronica Chronicorum. Chronicle of Abingdon . Chronicle of St Albans . Chronicle of Britain . Chronicle of Dunstable . Chronicle of Scarborow Clifford Thomas . Cooper Thomas . De

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sab- bothol Metbodistisid Llundain, yn ol eu barfer, am bleserdaith i Harpendezi, peotref bychan ychydig y ta draw i St Albans. Yr oedd y trefniadau, fel y blyn- yddoedd o'r blaee, yn llaw gyfarwydd Mr. J. D. GA- ffitha. Yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the King; after which his Majesty, accompanied with three of his natural sons, the Dukes of Northumberland, Richmond, and St Albans (sons of Portsmouth, Cleveland, and Nelly) went up to the altar, the three boys entering before the King witbin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Holmes and F. E. Edwards, Derby, booksellers. BANKRUPTS. C. Smith, Sible-Hedingham , Essex,straw-plait dealer. [Faweett,Jewin st. T. Fowler, St Albans, brick-maker. [Alexander and Son, Carey street. J. D. Browse Walthamstow, surgeon. [Twynam, Regent street. G. C. Wright, Hedge row, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    against Richard Richards, proprietor atit publisher of the Age, for a libel, imputing- to a.Mr Easthope, lately returned from St Albans, and s. member of the Stock Excliange, that-he fraudulently brought Chilian bonds into the market for sale aftrr hl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o'clock preci-ely. Further particulars will be dlty announced. Tickets, Haifa guinea each, to be had of Mr Spagnoletti, No.'5 St Albans place, Charles Wtreet, Haymarket, and at all the principal Music Shops. A RGY LL L O O MS.-MR NICHOLSON Subscribers-only content

 

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