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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North Mundham Parish Church of St Stephen Mundham

    components, BOWLEY being found in 1546 in the hands of Marmaduke Darrell , 75 son of William Darrell and Joan, daughter of William Knottesford. 76 Marmaduke's daughter Margaret married her distant relative Edward Darrell , who died at Bowley in


    Arundel in 1456 ( Cal. Pat . 1452-61 , p. 203). In 1546 it was held of the manor of Bowley by Francis Ernley ( Suss. Rec. Soc . xxxiii, 20), in 1633 by Richard Taylor (ibid. xiv, 1016), and


    the Marshal, son of Gilbert , as his dispute with Archbishop Becket 14 was apparently concerned with the estate of Bowley , 15 which lay within the Canterbury manor of Pagham but was an outlier of Bosham manor; 16 moreover,

    Townships Great Harwood

    Dean Brook , and has elevations of 772 ft. above the ordnance datum on Harwood Ridge and 650 ft. on Bowley Hill . From the latter a wide landscape towards Pendle Hill may be seen over the deep gorge of


    n Boston (Lincs.) , n Boughton , Ric., Bourgchier , Thos., abp. of Canterbury , Bournemouth ( Hants ) , Bowley : Allan , fam., Bowyer : Thos. (fl. 1544), and his w. Joan, Sir Thos . (fl. c .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn bresenol yn 46p. 18s. Oc. Siaradwvyd yn nesaf ganMr. Charles Hughes, Mr. D. Johnson, Parch. F. B. Brisco, Mr. Jones, Grove School, Mr. Samuel Bowley, Mr. Rawlins, &c.. .Areithiodd Mr.Bowley,-aar ysbaid dwy awr, -r yu dra hyawdi aO qfeithiol. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A SPLV, : ui " 0 ~I , On Thiarsdav these Sessions commenced, when the following| perwotss were sworn in as the Gaod Jury to whof the Fits of lodsrlsneit against the Per'oa). cormmitted for hissing aid hoot- isg Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tG v. HOLLINGDER.Y AND OTHtERS. Tui was att indictment against Charles Paulet Hollingbery, an attor- Y* John Smith, and James Bowley, for unlawfully conspiring to extort tY from Josiah Taylor, by prosecuting and offering to compromise 'indictlletnts, charging tinl with Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    corner of Spring gardens, provided the tenant of the house granted his permission.-Mr Taylor, of the firm of Taylor and Bowley, attended, and the following examination took place:-Mr Hum- fre: Did you give Mr Shillibeer, on the Itth June, written Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Brooke, G., Poultry market, Leadenliall Gill, Wm., POr stry imarket, Leadenhall Brooke, H. D., ditto Grant, Thomas,' lot 'Bishopsgpte street Bowley, John, Nevvgate market Greenland, Wil0liat r, 2 Poultry market, Bowles, George, Newgate street Leadenohalk Davis, J., Ship Tavern passage Subscribers-only content


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