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  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, July 1663, 01 July 1663-31 July 1663

    by the petition of John Clarke, on behalf of Benjamin [Benedict ] Arnold, William Brenton, William Coddington, Nicholas Easton, William Boulston, John Porter, John Smith, Samuel Gorton, John Weekes, Roger Williams, Thomas Olney, Gregorie Dexter, John Cogeshall, Joseph Clarke, Randall

    Cecil Papers, February 1589, 01 February 1589-28 February 1589

    break his house and fetch him out. If I cannot get them before Easter, then must new letters be sent. Boulston, 24 February 1588. [ Postscript . ] They all cry out upon me, and say that it is my

    Sessions, 1615, 16 and 17 February

    BOOK OF INDICTMENTS. VOLUME I. f .42 d. Nicholas Blaney of St. James', Clerkenwell, yeoman, Jane Hill, widow, and John Boulston, yeoman, both of the same, for a cozenage. Ambrose Thelwall of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, gentleman, for assault. Pledged for a

    Index, B, 01 January 1583-31 December 1589

    Duchess of. See La Marck, Charlotte de. Due de; 290. Boulogne : a prisoner taken at; 210. siege of; 331. Boulston or Bulston , letters dated; 394, 406 7. Bourbon : Cardinal of; 37 (? Bouillon), 95, 119, 331, 388,

    General Index, B, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    345 Bodwell , Robert, 299 Boldface , George, 155 "Boldface Will" , see Field, William. Boldinge , Elizabeth, 325 Bolson [Boulston, Bowlson ] -, John, 44, 183, 219 Bolton [Boulton ] -, George, 229 -, Margaret, 302 -, Michael, 168

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAUGHARNE, John (?1665-1715), of Boulston, Pemb.

    (?1665-1715), of Boulston, Pemb. Constituency Dates Haverfordwest 1702 15 Feb 1715 Biography Descended from a distinguished parliamentary soldier in the civil war, Laugharne was a Tory under Anne. Re-elected for Haverfordwest in 1715, he died 15 Feb. 1715, the night

    PHILIPPS, John (d.1629), of Picton, Pemb. and Clog y fran, Carm.

    a violent quarrel broke out between the families, leading to two Star Chamber suits which involved also the Wogans of Boulston on one side, and Alban Stepneth and Philipps’s numerous brothers on the other.[footnote]Philipps made his will on 10 Jan.

    WOGAN, John (1538-80), of Wiston, Pemb.

    in the faction fighting that occupied the Pembrokeshire gentry in the early 1570s. He and his cousin John Wogan of Boulston were supporters of Sir John Perrot, against the party led by William Philipps of Picton, Alban Stepneth and George

    LAUGHARNE, John (c.1666-1715), of St. Brides, Pemb. and Golden Square, London

    persuasion’. His widow followed him to the grave within a few months. By her will, which was proved on 14 July 1715 and which named her ‘kinsman’ John Meyrick* as an executor, the Boulston property reverted to her own family.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lewis, Hill Block, Penfro am Op. 4s.,-ac eiddo, Mr. William Noot am 14p., symiau y degwm dyledus i Mr. Ackland, Boulston, Hwlffordd, perchenog y degwm. Yn achos Lewis cymerodd afael mewn ceffy] a throl oedd ar y pryd mewn ggwasanaeth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar ei hol. Ba larw ci honig lab yn ieuanc. Priododd ei merch a honeddwr o'r cow Lewis Wogan, a Boulston, In Sir Benfro, ac yn Eglwys y plwyf hwn, gellir gweled cofadail iddiheddyw. Yr oedd tref Aberteifi unwaith yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co.; G. Cowie and Co.; J, Souter; Simpkin and Marshall; l-oldsworth and ('a.; Black and Co.; Smith, Elder, and Co.; Boulston and Son; Stirling and Co. Edinburgh; and Robinson, Liverpool. Just published, in Three Vols. post 8vo. price 11. is. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co. ; F. andJ. Rivington; Allen and Co.; E. Hodgson; H. G. Boln; Orr and Co.; Smith, Elder, and Co.; Boulston and Co.; C. Templemnan; J. Vaet Voorst; J. Snoer; and W. and T. Piper. Cambridge: J. Deighton. DALZEL'S ANALECTA. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ........... 190 3rd gross score, £1i, Mr. E. Mason (3ol0n O'Gsssnt Boawisen) ....... 180 4th grass score, £17., Mr. T. Boulston (Rosyal Toxophilites) .,,, 161 WIh grass score, £12, -or. W H.Rmimhingoss (West SemIcrset Arelers) . .......... ............... 155 6th Subscribers-only content

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