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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 13 Walbrook Ward. Stocks Market.

    it was agreed by the whole Commonalty, that all they who took their Places by the Demise of John le Bevere , and of other six honest Men, to whom Henry de Galeys heretofore Maior, and the whole Commonalty granted

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Claines

    of Bevere . It contains Bevere House , the seat of Mr. F. Curtler, formerly the residence of the historian Treadway Nash . A picture of it is given in the frontispiece of the first volume of his history. Bevere

    Houses of Benedictine monks Gloucester College , Oxford

    occurs 1283 and 1292 20 Thomas Ledbury , occurs 1420 and 1423 21 Edmund Kirton , occurs 1426 22 John Bevere , appointed 1429 23 John Whetehampstede, before 1444 24 John Amundesham, c . 1450 25 Richard Ringsted, occurs 1452

    Parishes Grimley

    runs north past the vicarage and crosses Grimley Brook near Ball Mill . At Camp House a ferry leads to Bevere . The village of Grimley is situated on the right bank of the Severn to the east of the

    Parishes Ombersley

    Severn . A part of a weir at Ombersley which Thomas Gugun had given him was granted by Absalon de Bevere to Marjory his daughter by an undated charter of the 13th century. 83 In 1348 William the fisherman of

    Parishes Bromsgrove

    . (Rec. Com.), 244. In 1203 the rent which Hugh Bard paid for the manor was granted to Everard de Bevere and Waleran de Cotes during pleasure. The manor was then said to have lately belonged to Gilbert de Ayre

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    crir onsisted oE. an fracture to ~the of anterior seall of the3 cheek, hscermatting a small artery, aS thereby eausing Bevere Itosmoerha~ge. It was i dangerous lhe Wound, and heli blo*ii' sust hmivii been Inflicted wvith cons- eeo sidereble fbrcq?.-T'ae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rUBLIOATIONS, THE LUFI AND SPEEOHES OF jjORD RIANDOLPH CHURCHILL, M.LP. JUl In gorod type. wel~l printed, arid carefully editd Paper Bevere, Is. cloth limip. is. 6d.; ornamental clolth, 2s. The Dail, Jteieo cave:- 'Mfutineer osr rerognised leader, Lord Rtandolph Chrurchilll Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in the channel of the river between those places, and for an alteration of the locks at Linconibe, Holt, seal Bevere, so as to allow of the passage of flat- bottonted vessels of 15ft. beam, and drawing 6ft. of %water. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lanvie died some- what suddenly at his reside,ce, Bevere, yesterday morn- ing. Deceased h.il suflertd from a oevere formn if indltgestion, and while on his wav to? church on Sunda.y bo was taken ill, and returiea homn. He, howve-r. became Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Xct of l'arlia:unsul, of thue baithks of theo Severn adljoining itshearoperty of the ilwiad' T. (5-. Curl~er, E-~q , at Bevere, near Worcester. Irse. liuddleatlne havie- opuned sis mase, his lordlship sa! if the qTestiole. of fee:t Hiers not diapiuted, Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Elizabeth, December 1577, 16 -20, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    list of names (Marq. of Havrech, Abbot of St. Gertrude, Count Bossu, Fromont, Champagny, Frezin, Willerval, President Sasbout, Meetkercke, Councillor Bevere of Ghent, Leoninus, and the governors of the several provinces), probably the Archduke's Council : "the establishment of his

    Index, B, 01 October 1202-31 May 1509

    from the Scotch, 483. Bettini , Sforza de', letters from, to the Duke of Milan, 421, 423, 426, 434, 437. Bevere (Beure), Mons. de, Philip of Burgundy, ambr. from the King of the Romans, 664, 677, 690, 692. Beyrout ,

    Index, B, 01 January 1577-31 December 1578

    Duke, 744 ( p . 579) with Rogers, 774 his mission to England referred to, by Duke, 820, 823, 824. Bevere , Councillor, of Ghent, on the Archduke's council, 522. B ziers , held by Danville, 908. Bickner , Mr.,

    Index, G, 01 January 1577-31 December 1578

    demolition of castle of, 476, 479 Prince of Orange to go to, to reform, 513, 531, 541, 545, 577 Councillor Bevere of, on the Council of the Archduke Matthias, 522 escort from, for Prince of Ora nge on leaving, 596

    Notes, Volume 1, pp.1-100

    C, 70, 72. See also Cal. Wills , i. 196. His name is printed as John de Bever or le Bevere in Mun. Gild . II. i. 95, 97. l. 26. Langborne water , see note on p. 307. l.

 

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