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  • * British History Online * *

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    East Indies, January 1627, 02 January 1627-31 January 1627

    in town "and not to depend any longer upon uncertainties." The wages of Hoare, late factor, to be paid. Crispine Blackden, formerly employed in the Indies under Capt. Browne, entertained under factor for seven years, at 20 l. the first

    East Indies, February 1627, 01 February 1627-28 February 1627

    Withers, the merchant's account to be made up so that Sir Robert Sherley might "firm" it before his going. Crispine Blackden entertained for seven years at a salary of 20 l. , rising 10 l. to 40 l. a year,

    East Indies, December 1626, 01 December 1626-29 December 1626

    be bound apprentice to the Company. " " " 15 Roger Sanford Employment as factor " 260 " 18 Crispine Blackden Same " 265 " 19 James Johnson His wages " 268 " " William Wager Relief for hurt in

    Index, B, 01 January 1625-29 December 1629

    John, 89, 260, p. 698. -, Rich., 457, p. 524, p. 698. -, Wm., his son, p. 698. Blagden or Blackden , Capt. Crispen, 232, p. 178, p. 194, 395, 398, p. 446, 796. Blagrave , Ellen, p. 434. Bland

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    on condition that neither he nor his clerk should receive fees (p. 443). They had also a separate messenger, Rich. Blackden, salary 30 l . a year, and a doorkeeper, Rob. Tutnell, salary 20 l . (p. 434). There is Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hurstbourne Tarrant

    , tenant and farmer of King's Enham, as to his right to The Raggs ox Raggs Coppice , Blackden Bryle or Blackden Raggs, Doles Heath or Charlton Heath , and King's Enham Heath and other copses and wastes. 45 According

    Townships Adlington

    There was another Hugh then living, son of John de Adlington . He granted to William his son land between Blackden and the lands of Hugh de Adlington with the homage, & c., of Hugh the brother of William and

    Index L - Z

    Bird : Agnes, w. of Wm., 59 Rob., 199 Wm., 59, 198 Birley , Rob., 14 Bittby , Paul, 198 Blackden , Wm., 200 blacksmiths , 137 Blacomour , Wm., 198 Blanchard , B. W., 249 Blanshard , Rob., 202,

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1676/3

    Peover Participant: EdwardWright [Wright] Role: appellate Details: male; Executor of the last will and testament of Elizabeth Heeley, deceased, late of Over Peover Location: Sandbach (Cheshire) Place(s): Blackden(Blackden) : undefined Location: Prestbury (Cheshire) Place(s): Lower Withington (Withington) : undefined

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    noticed a long ladder reared against the building, and thinking it might aid me in my investigations, I bade young Blackden help me to place it near the window which he 'had pointed out as belonging to Dr Hooker's room, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    French medical degrees shall beWan liberty to prasctise medicine in France. Mr. E. Eden, a well-known Cheshire farmer, living at Blackden, near Holmes Chapel, has met with a sad death. In the early part of the week he was at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of respect prior to his entering upon his new duties. Matthew Cully, Esq., of CoUplalld Castle, was chairneere, and - Blackden, Esq., of Faord Castle, was vice-clrairmean. Among the nuenerous aced respectable company were some of the most eminent individuals Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ii ill Jtanes Candille Eog..... '215 0Jos. Moore. Eog ........ 20 0 Rev. E. I-loliond ......25 t1I~etorn. Symes. Teesdale, I-f. Blackden, REsq..... 2 0; and Sandilands ........ 20 0 3Irs. Ames. per 51ev. ,nO. Lady Btrisbane.. 1 . 5 0 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Earp, Clars: Willianm Cowper, e Maurice Tanner, Kenneth Plumpton Wilson, Pem- a broke; Evelyn Bazalgette, Samuel Frank Gerard James, Robert Blackden Jameson, William Haswell 0 Norman, Gonville end Cains; Clinton Edward f Sowerby Headleam, Henry Sutherland Romer. Trinity 5!Hall; Edward Subscribers-only content

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