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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Cartmel Fell

    came to twenty-one years of age and the rest after the death of his mother. The tenants' names include Gurnell, Birkhead , Marshall , Wales , Strickland , Shaw , Printas, Barwick and Cote . Leonard Garnet had Rawsmoss. Encroachments

    Townships Lower Holker

    Duchy of Lanc. Rentals and Surv. bdle. 4, no. 9. Ibid. Among the other surnames are Kellet , Caton , Birkhead , Grise, Breten, Stanes , Moon, Preston , Roskell and Bourdale. Sometimes tithe was included in the fixed payments;

    Townships Rivington

    widow; ibid. bdle. 373, m. 122. In 1347 Roger de Westleigh of Irlam , Emma his wife, and Adam de Birkhead or Birkenhead of Wigan claimed the fourth part of two messuages, & c., in Rivington against Robert de Rivington

    Townships Bolton-le-Sands

    . Inq. p.m . (Rec. Soc.), ii, 191. In 1381 William de Bolton clerk acquired a messuage from Thomas de Birkhead and Aline his wife; Final Conc . iii, n. Thomas Nelson and Agnes his wife in 1462 purchased from

    Index A-J

    Bird , Alfred, Frances, see Pickering ; John (fl. 16th cent.), John (fl. 1851), Mary, Thos., fam., Birdyt , Wm., Birkhead , Jos., Birmingham , Bisbrook (Rut.) , Bitteswell , Blaby , Hugh de, Blaby , Black , Wm., Black

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 5 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Elizabeth Macdowal, Daughter of David Jolly , Gent. Wife of Andrew Mackdowel of this Parish, 1670 . In the Belfrey: Birkhead , Daughter and Heir of John Palmer ; afterward matched to Stephen Knight, Esq. In the Church-yard against the

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BIRKHEAD, Martin (d.1590), of Wakefield and York.

    BIRKHEAD, Martin (d.1590), of Wakefield and York. Constituency Dates Ripon 1571 Ripon 1572 Ofifces Held Steward of the manor court, Wakefield 1560s; Queen’s attorney in the north 1574; j.p.q. Yorks. (W. Riding 1577, all ridings by 1584). Biography Birkhead was

    SALVEYN, Thomas (d.1610), of Durham and Thornton House, co. Dur. and of London.

    his wife’s jointure he described himself as of the city of London. He was a cousin of George Birket (or Birkhead) the second of the Catholic arch priests. There is no evidence that Salveyn himself was a recusant, but his

    SALVEYN, John (by 1531-70/71), of London.

    office as vicar general of the bishop of Durham at the accession of Elizabeth and his nephew George Birket or Birkhead was to become the second of the Catholic archpriests-but nothing is known of his own religious sympathies although the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pris ... 40. 2C. . 1,;.- n"1cileia, Amen, pris ... 4e. 20. Perifoirmir y gaith uchod yn Liundain, Eisteddfod Genedlsethol Birkhead, Rhymni, Dowrlas, Amlwch. Pentre Ystr"d, Yabytty- Ifan, Treforris, ao yi Abe, ystwith, Porthmadog, 0o Aberdar. ANTHEILAU, 'XOLWOH YR ARGLWYDD,' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    stead Bignujare, Cesare, Kensington Bingley, Henry, East Smithfiald Bingler, John, Aldgate High street Bird, James, Hanmesresmith Bird. Wmn., 3dn. Hamtnersmith Birkhead, Bieniamin, Choelsa Birt, Jacob, Iyddleron square Bishop, Jshn, Esq., Sunbury Blacksburo, G. 91., Old Bread stcret Blake, Francis, Hlilliogdon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Flixton, Yorkshire, blacksmith t and farmer. Moimtis BluIwooD, Scarborough, market gardener andi nurseryman. Fai-m BIMTADs and ARcnmAmD WrnD. trading as Birkhead and Wild, Wilson's Yard, King Street, Hudderafield. painters and decorators. Gzos.o TrN-tANur BRADLEY, Guiseley, Yorlrshire, jeiner and cabinet.maker. Lrwis Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for seving, and a novel arrenogeonct 1 parts applied to the sarnr. Dated January 10, 1880. David Ward and Thomns Birkhead, Sheffield, improveomeat i shears. Dated Jsanoary 12, 18S0. Charles J. Applehy, Lo[don, improvements in the coahtraleisn and arrangement of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Convention iensediu a ssiorinry amongst them ; lbe had ~ed lreadms enthusiastic meeting at Paisley, and others at Birkhead, Egglestone, Kilbarton, &c. ; the Dissenters' churches were readily offered for Chartists meetings wherelter he had beea.-(Hear.) A second Subscribers-only content

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