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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LEKENSFELD, Alan (d.1398), of Oxford.

    fecit’.[footnote]Lekensfeld, a mercer by trade, acquired considerable property in Oxford: he owned two ‘halls’ for scholars, Bryd Hall and Well Hall, both in Broad Street, as well as shops and tenements in the parishes of St. Ebbes, St. Michael, Southgate

    CURSON, Walter (d.c.1443), of Bishop's Lynn, Norf.

    Thomas Tuddenham† and to the use of Henry Wodehouse, esquire, he took on the trusteeship of the manor of Well Hall by Gayton, Norfolk.[footnote]In 1442 confirmation of Lynn’s charter was obtained ‘by the labour and industry of Walter Curson’ who

    LOPHAM, Thomas (d.1416), of Little Carlton, Cambs.

    the Exchequer when Sir William obtained the farm of the alien priory of Panfield, Essex, and its cell at Well Hall, Norfolk, and for a short time in the following year he himself shared the grant with Bourgchier, the countess,

    COVENTRE, Thomas I, of Oxford.

    in his career he owned two of the most important university halls, Hinxey Hall (next to Coventry Hall) and Well Hall. A bare hint as to his mercantile connexions is afforded by the knowledge that from 1399 to 1406 he

    BOURGCHIER, Sir William (c.1374-1420), of Little Easton, Essex.

    at the Exchequer, in 1409, a lease of the landed holdings of the alien priories of Panfield, Essex, and Well Hall, Norfolk.[footnote]Henry of Monmouth’s accession to the throne in March 1413 offered an opportunity to Bourgchier to improve his situation

  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, September 1595, 1-15, 01 September 1595-15 September 1595

    and conceives that neither Raleigh nor his wife wishes him evil because he wishes good to them both. At Well Hall, Mr. Roper's house, 9 September, 1595. Holograph . 1 p. ( 34. 108.) Dr. Ch. Parkins to Sir Robert

    Index, U-Z, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    Weir , the. See Stanhope, Sir T. Welbeck , 255. Welford , Sir Thomas, 405. Welles , Mr., 443. Well Hall , Mr. Roper's house, letter dated at, 369. Wells , , to stand on the pillory, 483. Welsh ,

    Index, L, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    (35). Littleprow , Mr., II. 1330 -, Mrs., II. 561. Littleton (Litilton) , Mr., I. 6 (p. 5). Little Well Hall , Norf., II. 150. Littlework (Lyttelworke) , Edw., II. 1256 (2). Littlington. See Lidlington., Edw., II. 1256 (2). Litton

    Henry VIII, June 1537, 26-30, 01 June 1537-30 June 1537

    been wise and had been ruled by him he would have cried at mass time "Fire! Fire!" at Little Well Hall or at Fyncham Hall, and then John Fyncham would have come out, and if he would not be ruled

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the dogs, but was unsuccessful, having his hand a 1 bitten in the attempt. A flock of sheep on Well Hall F Farm, Eltham, were worried the same night. s A sentence of seven years' penal servitude, to he fol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Norton. Mr. eOIOO6 COYERNOESS.-Wanoitd, near Hing's Norton, Daily Governess, G. I for one little girl.-Address, stating teroal eBkr HerO-1 'Well Hall, 10ng's Reath. c5402 1WANTED. a Junior Bleeter, Ina a Boys' llcFooiAddrese, eltaitng ycaeqniroments, reference, and salary required, toe M.A., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester. 0 16200 ji 0 C OOPER and BIOOKERCS.-WANTED, 200 Eighteen Gallon es ALE BARREL.S (either newosrseceord-haetl.) Apply at Well Hall Ireesery, Bosnley. A 17124 p D. WATEDa Seesstdsl-nmd CIRCULAR DR'YING MIACHINE. SY, or wslet is commonly eallead a1 Buzzerr." Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BREAD BAKER and (lON- I. FECTOONlOR, with good reference, Addreoe to 18, Mercuryofitoc. ANTED, a practical BREWER. Apply at Well Hall Brewery, VT Iluriley. to 12127 ?WT ANI'ED, a strong lad, at W, Johnson's, Whiteemith, Laighton- lane, Losde, tElANTED immodiatele. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    girl, 19 years of iage, whose friends resided at Deptford, was murdered in Kidbrooke- lane, between Blackheath and Well Hall Farm, Eltham, by her face being hacked with a plasterer's hammer, which was, the next day, found in Morden College Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    A glance at the wages question in England, 1878

    Nor, although the 'Employers Liability for Injury Bill,' as framed by Mr. Macdonald , M.P., of Well Hall , would, probably, act most fatally in still further weakening individual responsibility, can the plea of ' common employment' be deemed any Subscribers-only content

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