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You searched for: Place: Blakes, Date from: 1700-01-01, Date to: 1799-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Aisholt Church

    for simony, but presented jointly with John Hite. 40 In 1640 the Crown presented again 41 but by 1660 the Blakes had recovered the advowson. 42 Humphrey Blake in his will proved 1665 left it to his son Nathaniel (d.

    Ashurst Manors and other estates

    1725 , when it included over 330 a., on his son, also John. 17 The elder John was living at Blakes Farm in Ashurst at his death in 1735 or 1736; 18 the younger John when he died in 1744

    Over Stowey Economic history

    Lawrence or Dyer family was engaged in the clothing trade in the later 16th and the 17th century, and the Blakes of Plainsfield in the early 17th. 36 A clothier was accused in 1631 of stretching his cloth and of

    Cogges Manors

    manor house. 48 In 1667 the Lees sold the manor to Francis Blake and his son William . 49 The Blakes were a London family; William, a woollen draper, may have been interested in the Witney blanket industry. His charitable

    Pawlett Manors and other estates Fields of Pawlett 1658

    In 1835 Anne and her son Augustus conveyed it to William Ponsonby , lord of Pawlett Gaunts manor. 81 The Blakes ' share, which included responsibility for the chancel, 82 passed to Arnold Brown and his wife Hannah who sold

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 7 Liberties of the Dutchy. The Bounds.

    Somerset Yard Gate . On the West side is a pretty handsome Court, with a Free-Stone Pavement, neatly kept, called Blakes Court, as built by Sir Richard Blake the Owner thereof. Then in the Strand is Swan Yard , a

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OFFENCES. GAVIN SCOTT.-At tie Glasgow Justiciary Circuit Court, Gavin Scott, whose case has recently excited such an inte- rest in the commercial community, was placed at the bar, on the charge of theft, breach of trust, and embezzlement, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    best qualities of the Eng- lish seaman. No one doubts that we owe to these Drakes, Hawkinses, and Frobishers, our Blakes, our Cooks, and our Nelsons. Mr Barrow has pointed out especially, in the case of his hero, the successful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord DaInlenly in the Stirling burghs. The Gibson Craigs of Edinburgh, the Argyleshire Campbells, the Bainms' of Greenock, and the Blakes of Aberdeen, have come forward in di- rect opposition to the Bairds, Dunlops, and Fordyces, although these latter parties Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hundred different Bedsteads in iron, brass, japanned wood, polished birch, maho- ganY, rosewod, and walnut-tree woods ;alao ofeverydescription of Bedding, Blakes, and Quilts--Heal and Son, bedstead and bedding manufacturers, 190 Tottenham Court road. FLOWER-PO[S and GARDEN SEATS.- JOHN MORTLOCK, 250 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    flOYAL LITERARY FUND.- R The SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY DINNER of the CORPORATION will taks place in Fraemasons' Hlall On WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 22nd of June- The Right Hon. W. E. GLADSTONE, M.P. in the Chair. STDWARDSo: Itisbard Edward Arden, Esq. Subscribers-only content

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