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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Merrow

    have been acquired by the Westons of Sutton . Henry VIII granted a lease of the Hospitallers' Manor ( TEMPLE COURT ) for sixty years to Sir Richard Weston . 15 Queen Mary restored the Hospitallers, and resumed this manor,

    Parishes Wargrave

    of forty-five granite megaliths. The inscription in French recording its presentation has now become obliterated. The present house of Temple Court is modern. Of the houses near the river, Barrymore dates from the 18th century, 6 when it was the

    The parish and township of Aughton Introduction and church

    lopp'd,' in the same volume; p. 59, & c. In 1776 the rector bought a Presbyterian chapel standing in Temple Court in Liverpool , known as the Octagon; he named it St. Katherine's , and officiated there till his death,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1851/1

    Place(s): King Street (King Street) : street name In Bacup.Bridge Street (Bridge Street) : street name In BacupTemple Court (Temple Court) : undefined In Bacup Spring Mill (Spring Mill) : undefined Described as 'near Bacup' Location: Whalley (Lancashire) Place(s): Mellor

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WESTON, Sir Richard (c.1465-1541), of Sutton Place, Surr.

    held by the Knights of St. John, and on the dissolution of the order in 1540 one of these, Temple Court, was granted to Weston. He had numerous sources of income from keeperships and stewardships, apart from his lands: as

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    The other tic man, who was. conveyed to the S3tore Street Station, en is named John Devine, residing at Temple Court. He is a printer by trade, and is well known to thiepolice. When sail searchd, tw resolers, ne sixchambred Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John Scam as Woodward and B3oara. a GEnsus Criusuc:rsAnU, Carr Street, Ipswich, eating-hence- n Hesnr Rsin trdingas . HathandCo., Temple Court, n5 miller and baker, CligmNts Tuiores Cones, Main Street, Buiwell, Notie, grocer and brick-2 yard labourer. a WlLLLXM NICHOSNrsa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    E! Sax s 53u- . of- A l to JAMES ADAM, SON, & CO. Brokers, 869 : ; 1, Temple Court, Liverpool, SALES~ BY AUCTION. 269, BLROAr ST'RIT, B1BRMINGffHAM DWAXDS, SO-N, & E.W O ilSl y E Auction on THURSDAY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trial is respectfully solcited from al who really value and appreciate good Tea. N.B.-First~class respectable AGENTS WANTED. Address. 8, Temple Court, Liverpool., _____ AGENTS FOR BIRMINGHAM. William Phillips, Confectioner, 26, Islington Row. Homer Pedley, Druggist, 10, Smnallbrook Street. George Johnson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the OSWEGO. - - - Sold by Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners. o. 1 Wm Boaier and Ce., Agents, 4, Temple Court, Liverpoo) . 0 PATENTEES.-Fartis )abit to SECURE T their ETYMMION -by tAeir, DESIGNS Al REGISTRATION, may obtain'the P geNiBD Subscribers-only content

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