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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of Subjects, M

    Royal Household. Malt Duty. See Excise malt. Malt Lottery. See Lotteries. Manors , named Bucklawren. Catterick. Deeping. East Greenwich. Farrington Gurney. Gillingham. Howleigh. Kennington. Killyon. Laverton. Pickering. Reigate. Scalby. Shippon. Shuttington. Softley. Stonetown. Stratton Sanctuary. Tarbert. Tew, Great. Thornton Briggs.

    Entry Book, June 1676, 16-30, 01 June 1676-30 June 1676

    . Ibid , p. 350. Same from same to same for a same of seven several reversions of tenements within Bucklawren, parcel of the Duchy of Cornwall, with a view to a lease thereof to John Hearle, same having been

    Entry Book, September 1686, 16-30, 19 September 1686-30 September 1686

    two tenements in Bucklawren, co. Cornwall, and all the yearly title sheaves of corn in Bucklawren, now or late in the tenure of Walter Welshman with four acres of wood thereto appertaining, parcel of the manor of Bucklawren and late

    Index of Subjects, M, 01 January 1703-31 December 1703

    , penalties levied on, issue out of, 90, 453. Manors , named Armin. Bavington, Great. Bavington, Little. Bonyalva. Braybrooke. Brecon. Bucklawren. Carradon. Denbigh. Englishcombe. Epworth. Fordington. Fowey. Frognal. Ingleby. Kennington. Kirton in Lindsey. Lambley. Mallaen. Mavon. Richmond. Sewardstone. Stanton under

    Index Of Subjects, M, 01 January 1704-31 December 1705

    payments out of, 400, 410. Malt Lottery . See Lotteries. Manors , named Arthuret and Randallington. Askrigg. Boyton. Bray. Bromfield. Bucklawren. Carradon Prior. Castlelough. Chertsey. Chopwell. Cookham. Curry Mallet. Denbigh. Englishcombe. Farrington Gurney. Gready. Hampton Court. Ingleby. Laverton. Little Weldon

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the deaths of Three healthy Persons, aged respectively about 45, 18, and 15, ALL THAT MOST DESIRABLE FARM, . CALLED bucklawren; Situate in the Parish of St. Martins by Looe, in the County of Cornwall, now aud for several years Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Edwara John iEadie> Northey. only sou of Mr. Sdward Northey, of 24, Ferris town, Iruro, j aged 34. EABCE- At Bucklawren, Bt. Martins -by - Looe, the residence ol his »on-in law, J. P. Lilliecrapp, Feb. 1, William Peaice, aged Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r - i ■ so long continne, all that Tenement aad JJestw est tl * HOSKIN'S TENEMENT*"* 1 Situate at Bucklawren, in the parish of LiJ* by Looe t in the Couniy of Cornwall at ml laf • the occupation Subscribers-only content

    Lloyd's Evening Post, FROM WEDNESDAY JULY 12 TO FRIDAY JULY 14 1758

    on Sunday af- A ternoon, thle fame day that the Lightning. fcsuck the farin-houl at Bucklawren, it fell up-! on another Ihure called Pelyne, in the Parilh i .of Lanreath, about lix miles di&ant. The houoe: fironts the eaft. The Subscribers-only content

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