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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Milton Bryant or Bryan

    in the possession of the Bryan family, whose name was adopted as an identification of their estate here. 10 The Bryans continued to hold during the next century , for in 1276 and 1284 Roger Le Strange the overlord held

    Parishes Bishop's Stortford

    of the 15th century. In January 1491 -2 Sir William Say conveyed his 'plot called Wykeham hall' and lands called Bryans , Bledeways and Thornes in Stortford and Farnham to Henry Freshwater for twelve years. 141 The property descended to


    229 Brunel , I. K., engineer, 93 Bruton , Ed. G., architect, 79, 80, 90, 91 Bryan , Thos., 209 Bryans , H. W., glass-painter, 25 Bryant , A., mapmaker, 30 Brycedon , Mr. -, 208 Bubwith , Nic., preb.

    Index A-J

    , see Painswick Bruton , John of, Bruton Priory (Som.) , Bryan: John, Jos. (d. 1730), Jos. (d. 1780), fam., Bryans , Herbert, Bryant , John, Brydges , see Bridges Bubb , J. E., Buck , John, vicar of Painswick

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn morvolaeth em hen gyfaill a'n cydswyddwr blaenorol, Mr. Rich. ard Bryans (clywob, clywch), yr hwn a fn farw or pan gynhal- iwyd ein cyfarfod diweddaf. Bu Mr. Bryans, tel y cofia hower o honoch, mewn cysyllt lad A'r bane Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    observe the obligations of this confederacy religiously. But clergymen and lay- men are all active. The O'Sullivans, the Verners, the Bryans, and the Blacks, vie with one another in disgracing orthodoxy to the utmost. The Parsons undertake to preach seditious Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE POLITICAL EXAMINER. might ia short ilt to ao impartialwiter, itxvould be to tell him hi eresolves to oentce u pon the dangerous precipice of telling de Pele~neieber to give .Jor to take quar~uter. If iho dtlls the crimes Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    magistracy gifted with the ears of Midas. A BENCH OF BOBADILS. The united wisdom of four Birkenhead magistrates, Messrs Shaw, Bryans, Darbyshire, and the Rev. V. Coxon, having to deal with the case of a little child of eight years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Captain WVare 49th tRegiment, to Emma, daughter of the late J. Wards, Esq-On the 18th inst., the 1eev. F. It. Bryans, to Anna Maria, daughter of the late G. C. Aritrobus, Esq.-On the isth inst., C. J. Cross, Esq., to Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Accounts, December 1583 - December 1585

    yeare followinge. Christmas q'te r . December. 1583. Inprimis the xxvj th of Decembe r was buried John Emry from Bryans, worst cloth ij d It'm y e xxviij th was b. Agnes Randall widdowe best cloth xx d ,

    Index, O, 01 March 1600-31 October 1600

    submitted simply to her Majesty's mercy, 324. , Sir Tirlogh, grants to, 500. , Tirlogh, grant to, 500. O'Briens or Bryans , the, a castle of. See Ballytarsny. O'Byrne , Cahir, letter from, 128. , , sends intelligence to Sir Subscribers-only content

    Index, O, 01 November 1600-31 July 1601

    Index O O. Oatlands , Surrey, the Court at, 100. O'Boyle , co. Donegal, bishop of, 278. , the O'Boyle's chief house at, 278. O'Boyle , the, desires to come in, 289. O'Boyle's country , co. Donegal, 278. O'Brien Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth, April 1561, 11-20, 12 April 1561-21 April 1561

    not be well cherished,, and in their own country, well maintained. "You must abolish that choshery, coyne, and livery, their Bryans laws, and many other savage and monstrous absurdities amongst them; and howsoever you do, inhabit the coasts and ports

    Elizabeth I: volume 207 part 3, June 1600, 01 June 1600-30 June 1600

    and from both of whom I have since taken good assurances. Where I took a castle of one of the Bryans, called Ballytarsny, eight miles from Limerick a place of no less strength and worth than Loughgirr; for that on Subscribers-only content

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