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

Found 43 matches across 4 resources.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Benedictine monks Abbey of Shrewsbury

    assessed at just over 34 hides. 10 This included income from burgesses and mills in Shrewsbury , the lands at Boreton in Condover of the former church of St. Peter, the manors of Eyton , Emstrey , and Tugford ,

    Corrigenda to Volumes I-IV, VIII

    ' add new entry ' Boreton ( Burtune , Bourton ) in Condover , 312' " " 239 a, after entry ' Bouldon ' add new entry ' Bourton , in Condover , see Boreton ' " " 239 a,

    The borough of Buckingham

    OF GAWCOTT WITH LENBOROUGH Bochingeham (xi cent.); Bokenham, Bukyngham (xiv cent.). Burtone (xi cent.); Burton (xiii-xiv cent.); Boreton , Borton (xvi, xvii cent.). Chavescote (xi cent.); Gavecote (xiii cent.); Gawcot (xvi cent.). Ledingberge, Edingeberge (xi cent.); Lithingeburg (xiii cent.); Lenboro

    Index A - Z

    Anne, 57; Chas. Francis de Chartier, 57 Bolt , - (fl. 1921), 54, 55 Boniface IX , Pope, 201 ' Boreton ', see Bupton Borough Press , 144 Boroughbridge , battle of, 78 Boteler (Botiller), Agnes, 55; Alice, 176; John,

    Parishes Clyffe Pypard Clyffe Pypard , c. 1773

    Town , 42 in Thornhill , 40 in Bushton , and 21 in Woodhill . 36 A place called ' Boreton ', in Cannings hundred, possibly identifiable as Bupton, had 30 taxpayers at this date. 37 To the Benevolence of

  • * British History Online *

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    Treasury Warrants, May 1717, 11-15, 11 May 1717-15 May 1717

    d. to Richard Cooper towards satisfaction of the debt of 130 l. owing to him by Richard Minshall, late of Boreton, Co. Bucks, whom he prosecuted to an outlawry and the sheriff of said county (on two inquisitions dated 24

    Index, B, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    Bontemps , Capt., 114. Boot , Mr., 178. Border , Samuel, 293 295. -,-, instructions to, 298. Borton , or Boreton, Jos., 170, 189. Boswell , John, 411. -, William, Secretary to James Earl of Carlisle, Receiver-General of Revenue from

    Index, B, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    2nd Earl of Warrington, pension for, 301, 304. Bor . See Borr. Borer , Reuben, gardener of Somerset House, 573. Boreton , co. Bucks. See Bourton. Borlase , John, an Agent for Tin, 714. Borr (Bor) , Jacob, brigadier, payment

    Index, B, 01 January 1519-31 December 1523

    , Essex, 492, 581, 1451, 2074, 2297. Borellus , John, 2203, 3695. -, Marg., 3695. Boreman , Sir W., 2863. Boreton , Tho., gr. 2297. Borgery , Fred. of, 1464. See also Bauge. Borlace , Walt., 1391. Borley church, London,

    Index, M, 01 January 1717-31 December 1717

    811. Receiver General of. See Gascoigne, J. reduction of, 828. revenues of, state of, 69. Minshall , Richard, late of Boreton, co. Bucks, esquire, outlaw, 140, 303. Mint , The (England), amount of revenue applicable to, 348. appropriations for, out

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    79 Edgevre road Hughes, Charles 6 High street, Portland town Jeffrey, Frederick and Erby Wm. P. Hammersmith Kemp, George 14 Boreton terrace, Kentish toern Lambell, Johes 110 Fore street, Crippledate Martin, Arthur i Lower Eaton street Matthewsoo, Charles Kensington Moody, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 750 TICRFIELD.-EDUCATIONAL HOME for YOUNG L LADIES, Prinsciipal Miss CLARKE, Boreton lHouse.- Terms onl appicaletion. iSCHOOL DUTIES RESUMED Janeany 19.-Cloyornsco pupil requiured. _______ UQLNEUIRO E 1UE Iiilospeetnioll audi all rartioulam Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    being Ue property of thfepraetanitatlveesof thu labi Sttiphen Hope.-Apply to Mir. ThomaeHopei. llampton-in. An~on ; 'or to blarlowv, Poiter, end Boreton, Solieitors, Walsail . 1006 -J ONG'S Nocrton-Imnproved tr~ai service._1air handloine Villas, J..'-Preins £,200.-Adiiress, Gl. tO, Dilly Post, a5654 AR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the visitors attracted 3,000p6eole. The teams were :-Aston Villa: Warner, gal ; Cox and Coelton, backs; Yates, Dawson, and Boreton, half-backs; Drown. Green, Hodgetts, Allen, and Haunter, forwards. South Shore: Langley, goal; Caffrey and Moore, back'; Heaton, 'ealsh, end Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of tla re ot-d; at llatimjre to 4 de-r., or wi'thin lI 1. deg. of th e record : at Boreton to 90 deg.s. ccd~ St. - Louis to 'a6 deg. The weather xva coohl- ill Chicago a nd elsewhere Subscribers-only content

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