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  • * Victoria County History *

    9 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Great Stanmore Economic history

    there were 15: Fiddles, Pathsgate, Montagues, Thrums, Pynnacles, Mackerels, Aylwards, Rooks, and Buggs were described as houses or tenements, while Barretts , Heriots Wood, Brooks , Simrookes, Brains, and Cock Allens were merely fields. 67 Four men held the 13

    Parishes Aveley AVELEY AND WEST THURROCK 1980

    Barrett , who was dead by 1483 , was succeeded by his son John. 105 Between 1483 and 1644 the Barretts built up around Belhus one of the largest estates in Essex . John Barrett , a notable lawyer, bought

    Willesden Manors

    it was occupied by William Chute . 94 It is presumably identifiable with Lower Place Farm, depicted in 1765 beside Barretts green on Acton Lane as a group of buildings surrounded by drainage channels, presumably the remnants of the 16th-century

    Parishes South Ockendon

    shell over the school swimming pool as part of the Army scheme of Military Aid to the Civil Community. 230 Barretts county primary school, Erriff Drive, was opened in 1954 for 560 mixed juniors and infants. 231 The junior department

    Parishes Comberton

    One farm of c . 80 a., including land acquired from the Baron family in 1625 , descended through the Barretts and from 1741 through the Dodsons of Swavesey to Elizabeth Dodson 317 who c . 1780 married Joshua Mann

  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, B

    King's Barges. Baronetcy fees , discharges of, 81, 85, 139, 147, 188. Baronies named : Ardagh, Ardee, Ballaghkeen, Ballybritt, Balrothery, Barretts, Carbury, Castleknock, Connells, Coolock, Corkaree, Duhallow, Duleck, Dunluce, English, Ferrard, Forth, Gowran, Ida, Ikeathy, Iverk, Kells, Kilconnell, Kilconway, Kilcoursey,

    Index of Subjects, B

    194, 207. Baronetcy fees , discharges of, 267, 275. Baronies named : Arklow. Athlone. Ballaghkeen. Ballintober. Ballyadams. Ballyboy. Ballymoe. Bargy. Barretts. Barrymore. Carbery. Carbury. Castleknock. Clanmorris. Clonlisk. Clonlonan. Connello. Corkaguiny. Corkaree. Cullenagh. Decies. Deece. Delvin. Duleek. Dundalk. Eglish. Farbill. Fassadinin.

    Index of Subjects, B

    fees , discharges of, 234, 332, 344, 346, 348, 351, 363, 431. Baronies named : Ards; Ballinacor; Ballyboy; Ballycowan; Bantry; Barretts; Barrymore; Carbury; Clane; Clanmaurice; Clanwilliam; Clonlonan; Connell; Corkaguiny; Decies; Delvin; Duleek; Dunmore; Eglish; Fassadinin; Galway; Garrycastle; Gowran; Idrone; Ikeathy;

    Index of Subjects, B

    389, 396. Baronies named: Ardagh. Ardee. Athen ry. Athlone [North ] . Ballintober. Ballymoe, co. Galway. Ballymoe, co. Roscommon. Balrothery. Barretts. Barrymore. Belfast. Bunratty. Carbery. Carra. Cary. Clane. Clanmorris. Clonderalaw. Condons and Clangibbon, co. Cork. Coolock. Corcomroe. Corkaguiny. Delvin. Duhallow.

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Kendal, 180. Garragh , Garrycastle barony, King's county, 444. Garranaspig [Garrananaspick ] , Decies barony, co. Waterford, 380. Garranvery , Barretts barony, co. Cork, 380. Garraun. See Garane. Garravagh , co. Cork, 380. Garrowby. See Garaby. Garrycastle , Kings county,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    peculiarly circumstanced ; there u are a Number of Baronies immediately surrounding me ; '• the Baronies of Barrymore, Fermoy, Barretts, and the " North Liberties of the City of Cork" " Was there a general Apprehension of Danger in Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    that those Baronies should be relieved from the Operation of the Insurrection Act. " " As to the Baronies of Barretts and East Muskerrij, I have conversed with some of the Magistrates wiio signed the Memorial which I forwarded to Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1825, 27 June 1825

    Year. The County Cess upon that Farm, for " Spring Assizes 1824, was 1/. l6s. In the Barony of " Barretts there is a Farm held by the same Person, con- " taining the same Quantity of Land, 172 Acres, Subscribers-only content

    28 April 1828, 28 April 1828

    charged on the Lands " of East Byrnes, West Byrnes, Cashacarteen, Gurtatred " and Lishnashandrum, situate in the Barony of Barretts " and County of Cork, being the Lands and Premises " comprized in the said Deed of the 22d Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1829, 23 March 1829

    the Table. Upon reading the Petition of the Protestant Inha¬ bitants of the Baronies of East Muskerry, West Musketry and Barretts, in the County of Cork, whose Names are thereunto subscribed ; praying their Lordships " to pre- " serve Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    another public-house, accom- panied by a girl of the town, and walked afier the Harfords. Approach- ing Bow-bridge, and opposite Barrett's house, old Harford called to his. party to comne on. Barret asked, was it to him he spoke ?. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I COMMERCE AND TRADE. I The report of cotton sales in Liverpool has not been throughout the week unusually advanced, the transactions being to a fair extent on the average ; reaching to 3,500 to the trade on one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lim. .. 371,4 3T% 37%, 3/4 ea 60 124 Birn. and Midlanld, LimO... - 32°', - cc 50 8 Lloyds Barretts and Bosanquets, Lim. .. 25¼. - - Gi 50 4 Ditto, ditto, New (24. lb cap. & £7 pin. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    client yesterday morning. IHe has since delared his conviction that he will be able to give a satisfactory account of Barrett's movements from the time he palted with Johnny Gill on Thursday morning until the moment the body was discovered. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £2. 8s., )s or 20 per cent., tax free, leaving £43,3716. to be ;cried forw ard. at T directors of Barretts Brewery and Bottling to Company have resolved to recommend to the share 4 holders a dividend for the six Subscribers-only content

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