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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Ducklington Other estates

    who in 1586 sold it to the queen's physician Walter Bayley (d. 1592). 29 Park and manor were reunited when Bayley's son William (d. 1613) bought the manor, and they descended together until the later 17th century. 30 In 1693

    House of Lords Journal Volume 17 13 October 1675

    and £10, the wealthiest being the Harrises, Thomas Wilshire , a miller, James Foster , whose house later became the Bayleys ' manor house, and in Hardwick the Bullock and Edwards families. 78 In 1587 Sir Christopher Brome broke up

    Ducklington Manors Cokethorpe House Cokethorpe Park in 1876

    the manor, and in 1687 the mortgagee, Richard Stevens , acquired a 1,000-year lease without provision for redemption. 86 William Bayley's son William (d. 1716) retained an interest, however, and when Barley Park was sold in the 1690s Bayley was

    Parishes Etchilhampton

    £20 yielded 10 s . Bayley's charity was set up with £52 given by Edward Bayley in 1814 . The trustees allowed the interest to accumulate until 1823 when £63 was invested. The incomes of Bayley's and Dorchester 's charities

    Ducklington Churches

    Walter Bayley , rector 1671-95 , a former fellow of Magdalen College , was the patron's brother. 65 When the Bayleys sold the living to the college in 1684 they reported that the duty expected was only moderate, comprising one

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    to King Charles the Second , and a Writer, dyed 1666 . Elizabeth Edmunds , Daughter of Walter Edmonds of Bayleys Court in the County of Sussex , 1667 . Peter Heylyn , D. D. Prebendary and Sub-dean of this

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, All Hallows on the Wall

    5 Widow King 6 Mr. Taylor 5 Mr. Browne 5 Mr. King 6 Mr. Guy 40s. Mr. Sale's Tenants: Mrs. Bayleys 40s. Mr. Holden 40s. Mr. Johnes 40s. Mr. Gurnet 5 Mr. Howson 3 MS. p. 47. Queen's Head Alley.

    Cecil Papers, January 1604, 02 January 1604-31 January 1604

    letter was delivered, of which we never heard further, to Lord Cecil, as Mr. Bluett the priest wrote to Mr. Bayleys. 7. John Throgmorton about Michaelmas came to my window in the dark, and in general terms told me that

    Cecil Papers, November 1603, 01 November 1603-30 November 1603

    [Monck ] , the Lord Cecil's secretary, that that Scottish woman brought those letters to his lordship. After this one Bayleys, a prisoner then here, and partly acquainted with these matters, being come new out of France, in discourse made

    Index, B

    Lord of," a saying of, 202. Earl of, see Bourchier. Bavaria , Duke of, 339. Bayherde , the post, 124. Bayleys , , a prisoner, 298. Baylie , , owing money to Raleigh, 316. Bayly , see Baily. Baynton ,

    Index, B

    see Rhine. Bavy , Mr., the Queen's bailiff, 343. Bax , Captain Marcellus, 91. Baxter , Thomas, of Norfolk, 427. Bayleys , Andrew, 9, 10. Bayly , Richard, 274, 311. Baynam , John, and his wife, Elizabeth (formerly Dayes), 183.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the old original Thomas Moore? is the question that occurs on running over these pages. There are two Bayleys, not the old and new, but the real and the counterfeit; there are two Martins, and why not two Moores? We Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Viniag, Dewa-, F. Charles, Co, kenill, a1rs F'. Alattlhews Midlies Herbert, Rate Terry, iltorrissmn, Rainisfortb, Tonbridge, Cooke, Harland, Anstin, Heare, Bayleys, Beasfort, St Clair, Hors, kc. Commence at half-past Seven. Acting Manager and 'Ireasurer, 3ir J. I;INLOCII. rnHE QUEEN'S CONCERT Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Vining, Dowae, F. Charles, Cockerill, Mrs F. Mattbews; SIdlles Herbert, Kate Terry, Morrisesu, .lteinsforthi, lonbridge, Cooete, acrload, Austin, Mtoore, Bayleys, Beaufort, St Clair, Hoae, Ac. Commence at half-past Seven. Acting Manager and 'Ireasurer, Mr J. KINLOCH. pOYAL ST JAMES'S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    boys had failed.-The Mayor e remarked that this was the first meeting since the three ,schools of Bablake, Fairfax's, and Bayleys had been i amalgamated, and they looked forvard with great hopes if to the scientific and commercial curriculum which Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    when it was at once discovered that the metal belonged to Messre. Lloyd, Foster, and Co. Under these circumstances, the Bayleys (sian and wife) were brought before Lord Calthorpe and Thomas Bagnall, Esq., on Saturday, at .West Bromwich Police Court, Subscribers-only content

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