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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stadhampton

    of a resident minister, John Bilstone , and, after 1748, a liberal lord and lady of the manor, Charles Peers and his wife Katherine , who constantly attended the church services with their whole family. Bilstone 's interest in his

    Parishes Chislehampton THE DOYLEY ESTATE IN CHISLEHAMPTON IN. 1628. CAMOISE COURT

    date from 1763. Previously entries for Chislehampton were made in the Stadhampton register ( 1556-1762 ), 252 of which John Bilstone made two copies for the new Chislehampton church. 253 There are two bells, neither of great antiquity. The old

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of Stone

    at Aston and depasturing cattle there; he also sued a John Heywood for 61/2 marks. 104 In 1484 a John Bilstone was sued for stealing 190 sheep worth £20 from the priory. 105 The community (including the prior) numbered six

    Index

    Beweforest , see Beauforest, Ric. Bicester , 163 Bicester Breweries , 184 Biggleswade (Beds.), 186 Billing , John, architect, 158 Bilstone , John, cur. of Chislehampton and Stadhampton , 16, 89, 90, 91 Binbrook (Lincs.), 125; rcty. of St. Gabriel

  • * British History Online * *

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    Accounts, December 1565 - December 1567

    nic' Receyued fo r burialles in myghelmas quarter xiij s viij d Novembre Item the i daye was buryed hewe Bilstone nic' Item the 3 daye was buried Thomas Clarke xvj d Item the 16 day was buried Elizabeth browne

    Henry VIII, December 1525, 16-31, 01 December 1525-31 December 1525

    Purley, Essex, Tanswell Hall, Essex; Lanan and Preston, Suff.; Westburhold, Boxsted, Warbnes, Tendryng, Fratyng, Misteley, Bradfeld, Tolleshunt Major, Norton, Essex; Bilstone, Hyntlesham and Waysbroke, Suff.; in Dodnesh, Falkenham, Bentley, Taddeston and Bergholt, Capell, Stuston, Holbroke, Braham, Wenham, Copedocks, Stratford, Raydon,

    Index of persons

    ) Bickerstaffe, Katheryn, 309 ( b ) Bickeford , 501 ( pd ) Biddle , Will'm, 565 ( b ) Bilstone , Hewe, 227 ( b ) Binckes , Nathaniell, 503 ( g ) Bingham , 312 ( lent );

    General Index, B, 01 May 1672-30 September 1672

    , Abraham, house of, Fersfield, Norfolk, licence requested for, licence to receipt for licence to Billopp , Thomas letter of Bilstone , Leicestershire, living of Bindon , George, Presbyterian, and his house, Staplegrove, Somerset, licences to Binham , George, house Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    Nelston. Sir George Villiers, Bart. List of those discha rged by the Committee for Compounding: Joseph Bent, Enderby. John Butler, Bilstone. Hen. Hudson, Melton. [Hen. ] Nevill, Holt [and Colonel and Lieut.-Col. Nevill, his 2 eldest sons ] . Wm. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    achos yn y , lie hwn i syw 'y Gymdeithasfa nesaf. (hi) Bui yr achos a oCymreig yn Wolverhampton a Bilstone dan sylw. Nid d . ydyw y-brodyr -ye ylleoedd-hyn eta wedi-cael hanes are y neb, i ddyfod atynt ye.tugail, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pen. odwyd yn ymeddiriedolwyr ar gapel Bilston, Mri Evan Daniel Thomas, Birmingham; J Riebard Jones, Wolver. himpton ; David Davies, Bilstone; W Jones, Birming- ham, a Richard Price, Amwythig . Cafwyd sylw ar -y materion a gyflwynwyd o Gyrndeithasf .Treffynon,-1. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    awell-built FLOAT, sseful Spring CART, and other Effects ; beloreaisle to Mr. Thloriecs laynes, upon tlee 're- msines, Church Street, Bilstone. aelalogsees maOy be had ox, the Premises; or at the Offices of tle Ausetioneeres, Dolington Street, Wolverhssmpton. The OAle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Act passed in the eighth year of his Majesty King George the Third, to be made from Bir- mingham to Bilstone and Autherley, with the Company of Proprietors of a Canal Navigation authorioed by an Act passed in the twenty-third Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a verysmal prt, of teInabtitant mogh beD bpael netd. dohug thi would hea ofdlastinga benefit to the inhab t of Bilstone Let any neobserve the hundreds that urvailor them s ofthe open gates of the Cemetery on Sunday, becaus o Subscribers-only content

  • * London Lives 1690 - 1800 - Crime, Poverty and Social Policy in the Metropolis *

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    Middlesex Sessions: Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents, 04/1785

    Liverpool Lancaster House Ridge Hy. Kitchen Esqr N3 Sick had Extra Jimm Thos Stepney Middx Enfield Senton Thos. Collins Esqr Jones Elizt . Lledred Cardigan House Colnbrook Wm. Mason Esqr Jackson Thos . Bilstone Derby Do Ridge Rd Clark Esqr

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