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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Rusholme

    One of the name gave £2 to the endowment of Birch Chapel in 1640 ; Booker , op. cit. 137. The deeds printed by Booker enable the pedigree to be made out fairly well. In 1314 William son of Hugh

    Townships Chorlton -with-Hardy

    by birth; Baker, St. John's College , Camb . i, 256-7; Booker , Didsbury , 254-64; Dict. Nat. Biog . There are no Lancashire bequests in his will. Booker , op. cit. 268-70; where his will is printed. He seems

    Townships Didsbury

    James , the rush-bearing on 5 Aug. corresponding to 25 July Old Style. Booker , op. cit. 14. A description of this building is given by Booker (op. cit. 17) from a ground plan of the chapel 'as it appeared

    Townships Levenshulme

    school built on it was used for divine service; Booker , op. cit. 234. A district was assigned to the church in 1861 ; Lond. Gaz . 28 June . Booker , op. cit. 235. The old chapel and graveyard

    Townships Ardwick

    Peploe Birch , son of his niece Elizabeth Peploe ; Land Tax Return of 1787. Booker , op. cit. 114; Manch. Classis , 31. Booker , op. cit. 115. Samuel Birch was vouchee of the manors of Upper and Lower

  • * Transcribed Papers of Jeremy Bentham *

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o eosiesre oeren-sq uare.of Devonshire-street, On Thtorsdey, at St. Pastras, Win. Werre Simpson, Esq. to Isabella, thitd daughter of Jolso Booker, Esq. of Crelsisade. Oit Thoraday, at Pd aple-Hapas, Sir Win. Asucosts Tnilby, Bart., of Ripley- tootle, York, to Lonisa, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    respective Index). Loudon: printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy; J. Cuthell; Longrman, Rees, and Co.; E. oeffery and Son; i. Booker; Harding and Lepard; Sher- wood and Co.; *lenailton, Adamis, aod Co.; G. B. Whittaker; H. Butterweorrh; Hurst, Bobinson, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Baldwin, Crodock, and Joy; C. and J. Elivington I. Cuthell; Longman , Rees, aud Co.; E. Jeffery and Sun; 3. Booker; Sher- wood, Gilbert, and Piper; J. M; Richardson; J. Mawmau; Hamilton, Adams, and tio.; G. B. Wh,ttaker; E. Lloyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before the Year 17S2. By MARIA EDGBEWORTH. London:- printed for H. ttunter; Baldwin anad Cradock; Longman, Bees, and Co.; S,. Booker; S. Murray; Sherwood and Co. ; G. B. Whittakor; Hard- ing and Lepard : A. K. Newmuan and Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    late of Aire, Bty the Rev. P. C. HUSENBETH. Ve. Oveb riprice l8s. Sold byHust Chace,and 0e., 62 St Panl'2schurchyrosd, Booker, ft Band -tr oOt i nd Drown, ue street, Grosvenor square, Lokoen; and Bacan and KianebroNos, Norwich. o "Il1ose Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. Katharine Creechurch.

    no need; to our Father Christ I went. In the Body of the Church, a flat Stone thus inscribed for Booker the famous Astrologer; In oblivione conteretur urna JOHANNIS BOOKERI Astrologi. Qui Fatis cessit VI to Idus April. An. Dom.

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HASELHURST, John, of Horsham, Suss.

    February 1437, when he entered into a bond in �7 6s.8d. to William Leycester of London, a skinner by trade, like himself.Add. Ch. 8870; Bodl. Ch. Suss. 152; Cat. Wiston Archs. ed. Booker, nos. 1345-6; C139/25/40; CCR, 1435-41, p. 117

    JEWDRY, Thomas, of Horsham, Suss.

    house near the market-place at Horsham, having previously held it merely as a tenant. He was perhaps the father of John Jewdry, who lived in Horsham in the early 15th century.Cat. Wiston Archs. ed. Booker, no. 1342; Add. Ch. 8884.


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