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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Chiswick Roman catholicism

    1903: 864 a.m.; 392 aft. 75 Deep red brick bldg. in Italianate style, with sanctuary to S., by Kelly & Birchall . Campanile added as war mem. c . 1936; restoration after war damage 1955. Seated 400, 1978 . 76

    Quedgeley Manors and other estates

    Lysons and the Revd. D. G. Lysons , sold the estate in 1899 to Maj. J. D. Birchall of Upton St. Leonards ; Birchall 's representatives sold Netheridge with 120 a. in 1943 to Gloucester Corporation, 21 which between 1955

    The seventeenth century Social and religious life

    prayer book. 74 Perhaps the most notoriously Puritan parish at this time, however, was St. Martin's , Micklegate, where John Birchall became rector in 1633 . He followed two earlier Puritan incumbents, and it seems likely that Archbishop Neile decided

    Parishes Hertingfordbury

    1903 was succeeded by his son Mr. Charles Edward Wodehouse , the present possessor. 120 Birchholt now Birchall The manor of BIRCHHOLT now BIRCHALL was composed of lands granted at various dates to the Prior and convent of the Holy

    Parishes Eversholt

    a windmill is said to have existed here, though not within living memory. Wakes End Farm in the north, between Birchall 's Wood and Briars Stockings Copse, is probably the site of the 16th-century manor of Wakes, and traces of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in their slrt plest form. Printed for C. and S-. Oilier, Vere-street, Bond-street; and may be lad of Me srs. Birchall and Ce. and Chappell and Co. N esv Bond-street. GREEK EIKONOLOGY. MIR. HENNING begs to infortm his Subscribers and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    12 Onroitue-street, Bedford square; and at the Music Shops of Messrs. Clementi and o. 20, Cheapside; Miessrs. Chappell and Glo. Birchall and Co. and Addison asd Co. New Bond.-street; Messrs. Gooding and Co. Soho-square; the Royal Harmonic Inotitution, Regent-street; Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21s. boards. Printed for Sainsbury and Co. 11, Bell's-buildings, Salisbury-square, Fleet- street; sold also by Longmuan and Co. Paternoster-row; flookam, Birchall and Co. and Chappell and Co. New Bond-street; Goulding and Co. Soho-square; Clementi and Co. Cheapside; and all other Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    price 21s. beards. prlroted for Soiesbutryand Go- 11, Blell'o-huildings, Salisbury-square, Fleet ,et; sold also by Lougmran and Co. Paternoster-row; Hsokham, Birchall Ir S,. soil Chappell and Co. New Bond-street;* Goulding and Co. Sbho-aquare; somriiad Co- GlChepside; and all other Book Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21s. boards. Printed for Sainsbury and Co. II, Bell's-buildings, Salisbury-sqnare, leit. street;' sold also by Lornguiii and CO., Paternoster-row; Hookham, Birchall and Co. and Chappell and Co. New Boad- street; Goulding and Co. Soho-squae; Clementi and Co. Cheapside and all Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Market gardens in London

    Market gardens in London General View of the former and present State of Market Gardens, and of the Quantity of Land now occupied for that Purpose within Twelve Miles of London. SOME observations were made in the first volume

    Index, B, 01 August 1588-30 September 1592

    of, 213. , , petition of, 378. , , list of his tenants, 213. , , his patent, 103, 258. Birchall , John, 439, 549. Birde , Henry, Registrar, prisoner in Dublin Castle, 12, 13, 322, 342, 371, 389. , Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, July 1683, 2-15, 01 July 1683-31 July 1683

    by Roger Kenyon, Clerk of the Peace for co. Lancs., that Henry Hartley, Henry Roberts, Tho. Mather, William Mather, Jno. Birchall, William Allred, William Tonge, Richard Chowe, Jonathan Ascroft, Edward Fairebrother, Henry Hough, William Boyer and William Foster, accused of

    Elizabeth I: volume 166, July 1592, 01 July 1592-31 July 1592

    and took out of it certain books, records, and rolls, saying he would remove the said Legge and place one Birchall to be his deputy. Folios 7 and 8. pp . 1 . 30. IV. Answer of Richard, Colman to Subscribers-only content

    Index, B, 01 July 1596-31 December 1597

    Bingley , John, servant of Sir Richard Bingham, 77. , , letter of, 178. , , charges against, 37, 178. Birchall , John, petition of, 199. Birford , Nicholas, 81. Birmingham , co. Warwick, sale of arms in, for Irish Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 February 1801, 3 February 1801

    the faid Second Reading, to make out the Truth of the Allegations of the Bill; and that the faid Catherine Birchall Taylor may have a Copy of the Bill, and that Notice be given her of the faid Second Reading Subscribers-only content

    4 February 1801, 4 February 1801

    " folve the Marriage of George Taylor, Gentleman, aI1 Parties concerned in the Bill; and, after hearing « with Catherine Birchall Taylor, his now Wife, and to th.em' ar? t0 reP°.rt to the Houfe the State of the Cafe, « Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1801, 12 February 1801

    Bill, Taylor's Di- intituled, " An Act to diffolve the Marriage of George vorce BUL " Taylor Gentleman, with Catherine Birchall Taylor, his " now Wife, and to enable him to marry again ; and " for other Purpofes therein Subscribers-only content

    19 February 1801, 19 February 1801

    Taylor's Di- Torce Bill» The «.of *. cc Birchall Taylor, his now Wife, and to enable him to *' marry again ; and for other Purpofes therein men- tioned; and for hearing Counfel for and againft the fame, and for Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1801, 19 March 1801

    Bill, intituled, " An vorce BlU- " Aft to diffolve the Marriage of George Taylor Gentle- " man, with Catherine Birchall Taylor, his now Wife, " and to enable him to marry again; and for other " Purpofes therein mentioned Subscribers-only content

 

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