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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Staveley

    . (Rec. Com.), iii, 80, 221. Seitill. Ayshed. Among the surnames are Bell, Casson, Sowrey (Salrey), Swainson, Stanes , Brockbank, Barbour ; also Richard Bigland and Margaret his daughter , wife of Hugh Lancaster , who had the tenement formerly

    Parishes Maxstoke MAXSTOKE CASTLE

    to wait upon him, every year a Gown, every week three casts of Bread, and two Gallons of Ale, his Barbour , Launder, Candle, and Fire wood as much as he would spend, with xl s . wages, and all

    Parishes West Camel

    1641. 81 In the time of William, Lord Stourton (d. 1524), the estate, measuring 490 a., was let to the Barbour family, who held it until the middle of the century. 82 In 1615 the manor was settled on William,

    Parishes Romsey Extra and Infra

    manor of Wells . 249 Nothing more is known of the history of this estate until 1352, when Peter le Barbour and Isabel his wife quitclaimed the manor of Wells next Romsey , and messuages and £10 rent in Romsey

    Index A - K

    364, 437, 447 Particular Baptists, 322 sch., 340, 342 Barber ( Barbour ): Ric., 304 Wm., 328, 350 Barbican hill , see castle Barbican Road , 245, 247, 364 Barbour , see Barber Barkworth & Spaldin , firm of, 173

  • * British History Online * *

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    Churchwardens' accounts, 1516-17

    Ress' for the Buryall' of Will ia m Affoo in the p ar don chirch'yerd ij s Ress' of Ioh'n Barbour of Seint Ioh'ns, for the Buryall' of a Mayde that cam from Seint Margret patens, the whiche is buryed

    Extracts from the Records, 1505

    thatt yeir: Item, that na maner of persoun occupie nor vse ony poyntis of our saidis craftis of Surregenie or Barbour craft within this burgh bott gif he be first frieman and burges of the samyn, and thatt he be

    Extracts from the Records, 1516

    Jhonestoun Jhone Glen James Prestoun Jhone Home Thomas Ramsay Andro Moncur Jhone Foular Jhone Bartilmo Jhone Dauisoun Jhone Yoile Dauid Barbour Dauid Ferry Jhone Drummound Alane Mosman Litill. Commoun mure . The samyn day, Edward Litill, baillie, protestit that quhatsumevir

    Extracts from the Records, 1528

    gaudebunt temporibus transactis, secundum tenorem fundacionis eiusdem desuper confecte, et petiit instrumentum: Testibus, Eduardo Litill, Johanne Mariorybankis, Alexandro Adamson, Jacobo Barbour, Johanne Brovne, et Willelmo Adamson. [On the second day of the month of October, in the year of our

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 23, June 1573, 01 June 1573-30 June 1573

    and Maud Browne; Edw. Mudy v . John Weston; John Lyngen v . Rich. Hakesby; John Lindsay v . Wm. Barbour; Thos. Greenacres v . And. Hering; and Thos. Greenacres v . Anth. and Wm. Kyme. [1 pages . ] Subscribers-only content

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1326 (1563)

    by my trouthe and I will goe shaue my selfe to anger thee with al, and so sent for his Barbour whiche immediatelye came. And before my face at the dore of the next Chamber he shaued himself, desiring me

    Book 6, page 1780 (1563)

    rowe in Norfolke in quene Maries time, for not going to churche, was sought for at her house by one Barbour of the said towne, then Constable of the hundreth, who when he came to her house, the said Crosmans

    Queene Mary. Diuers saued by Gods prouidence from the fire, in Queene Maries daye.

    longrowe in Norfolke, in Queen Maries tyme for not going to church was sought for at her house by one Barbour of Tibnam Constable, persecutor.Barbour of the sayde towne, then Constable of the hundreth: who whē he came to her

    Q. Mary. Ghostly Letters of M. Bradford, holy Martyr.

    18. pence a weeke, and as good as xxxiij. shillings foure pence a yeare in money, besides my Chamber, Launder, Barbour, &c. and I am bound to nothing but once or twise a yeare to keepe a Probleme. Thus you

    Q. Mary. The story and pitifull case of Iudge Hales.

    about the face, whereby his face was swelled. Whereupon the Bishop caused his beard to be shauen, and gaue the Barbour. xij. pence.Touchyng whiche shauyng of Thomas Tomkins bearde, this is more to be added: Bishop Boner hauyng Tomkins with

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 7 The Order of the Hospitals.

    The Officer appointed to warne the Collectors and Churchwardens. The Cooke. The Butler. The Porter. The Shoomaker. The Chirurgeon. The Barbour . The Bedles. The Charges of the Officers of this House. The Clerke's Charge. Y OUR Charge is to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .. - - Salt (1485)Ljm r, 1KIRKDALE Powell (3391) .. - i Samuelson (1991) ... Bedmonds (765) P,.LEY. William Boyle Barbour (3390) ,.. 1 Robert Mare Mc'Kerrill (2528) LIVERPOOL, Rhanbarth Walton. Gilson (3492) ... ... - 1 Birrell (2500) LEEDS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ... Rhoddion ... ... ... ... Trwy ddwylaw Ymddiriel olwyr Croa- feyda ... ... ... Llogrutl ar £16,667, sef Cymunrodd Barbour ... .. Ardreth oddiwrth lHenaduriaeth Gog. Iedd Llundain ... ... Oddiwrth Bwyllgorau Sefydlog .. Taliadau yr Efrydwyr ... ... Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    firing isst rg rp .erse licctiii onl time shore, awO several vessae-s br ci ed their escape out if the Barbour, %hicd were t I p per 1rargin +, fine boat 0l1y g(ttling away more LallalC i lsei, hut swere Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Liverpool, general commission agents- R. Greaves and J. W. Judd, River Avon, carriers-Leece and Hartley, Preston and Manchester, cotton manufacturers- Barbour and Co. Great Scotland yard, Westminster, cool merchants-Roberts and Samnweil, Haberdasbers' walk, Pit. field street. Hoaton, linen drapers-Palmer. Hoysted, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Co. Liverpool, gner. chants-H. Woodhouse ard Co. Manchester, commission agent, -J. . D'Amant and W. E. Mackrill, Xingsland, seedamen- Barbour and Lobley, Liverpool, general agents-Brearey and Eyre, DerbY, appraisers-J. Roecov and Co. Salford, Lanca. shire, dyera-J. Smilth ard C Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BARBOUR, Henry I, of Reading, Berks.

    BARBOUR, Henry I, of Reading, Berks. Constituency Dates Reading Nov. 1384 Reading 1391 Biography Barbour, a barber in fact, was residing in Reading in 1377, when he paid 3s. as poll tax. His property in the town included a meadow

    BARBOUR, Roger.

    BARBOUR, Roger. Constituency Dates Devizes 1415 Biography Barbour stood surety for the attendance of Thomas Coventre II of Devizes at the Parliament of April 1414, and at Wilton in October 1422 he was present at the county court for the

    BARBOUR, alias FRYE, of Wareham, Dorset.

    BARBOUR, alias FRYE, of Wareham, Dorset. Constituency Dates Wareham 1395 Wareham 1399 Ofifces Held Collector, customs and subsidies, Melcombe Regis and adjacent ports 24 Mar. 1401-Nov. 1417. Ofifces Held Tax collector, Dorset Dec. 1402. Ofifces Held Alnager, Dorset 13

    BARBOUR, Henry II, of Melcombe Regis, Dorset.

    BARBOUR, Henry II, of Melcombe Regis, Dorset. Constituency Dates Melcombe Regis Apr. 1414 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Melcombe Regis Sept. 1413-14. Biography Barbour may have been related to the Weymouth family of the same name,[footnote] but he himself lived on the

    BRAMPTON, William II (d.1440), of Burford and Oxford.

    apparently also gave 100 marks towards payment of the fee farm of Oxford. His executors were his widow Margaret, Thomas Barbour, a Burford merchant, and Thomas Brampton, a kinsman, the last of whom was to inherit most of his property.

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    A Bill to enlarge the Pier and Harbour of Scarborough in the County of York., 11 June 1731

    of no Perfon or Perfons what- foever fhall throw or empty any Ballaft,Duft, Allies, Earth, RubbihYor Stones, into the faid Barbour, or do or caule or procure to be done any other Ad, Matter, or Thing whatfoever to prejudice or Subscribers-only content

    4 July 1831, 4 July 1831

    Lordships great Wisdom, " shall seem meet; and that James Barbour of Dunmuir " may be required to answer the said Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the said James Barbour may have a Copy of the said Appeal, and do Subscribers-only content

    26 August 1831, 26 August 1831

    without any Amendment. Sir G. Clerk et al. v. Adam et al. in n in 's ison, if, Johnstone v. Barbour. D. of Hamil¬ ton v. Aik- ri) an. Patison & Blincow v. Allan & Co. et al. The House Subscribers-only content

    26 August 1831, 26 August 1831

    Kennedy v. Goldie et al. Petition of Dame M. Gordon to lodge her Case, referred to Appeal Com*. Johnstone v. Barbour, Appellant's Petition for Time for his Case, referred to Appeal Com*. Eau Brink Drainage Bill. Then The Earl of Subscribers-only content

    29 August 1831, 29 August 1831

    Goldie and others ; Gordon against Goldie and others ; the Two Causes Trceddel and another against Fleming; Johnston against Barbour ; Holdsworth and others against Fairfax and another; Miller and others against Miller and others; Eiston against Houston; Vaughan Subscribers-only content


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