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  • * British History Online *

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    East Indies, February 1578, 01 February 1578-28 February 1578

    of Jonas were done openly, and Frobisher carried the secrets thereof to Dr. Burcott, whose doings were known to none but himself. Also the doings of Dr. Burcott from Nov., 1577. Reflections upon his ignorance; he confesses to having made

    East Indies, January 1579, 01 January 1569-31 January 1569

    mineral Mr. Burcott affirmed to have gotten in that ground. Account of his proceedings in getting various sorts of ore from the mines in Cornwall from Mr. Godolphin, Mr. Arundel, and others. Showed the ore, like Mr. Burcott had, to

    East Indies, June 1581, 01 June 1581-30 June 1581

    the above certificate of the Commissioners of the value of the ore brought in the second voyage, and upon Dr. Burcott s bonds of its value, procured by means of Capt. Frobisher only, at a cost of 15,000 l., of

    JENKINS, Roger

    Co (orig.). Surgeon. BSC (free 1602). Warden BSC 1608) Period of medical practice 1586-1617 Place of birth England (of Burcott (1604)) Address ?Brittain Street 1611 (house belonging to Barts) Other notes Trouble 1596-1607. Lawsuit 1601-2 (fine reduced). Uroscopist. Episcopal licence

    East Indies, January 1578, 01 January 1568-31 January 1568

    Desires him to advertize the Queen and Lord Leicester thereof. [ One page. Indorsed , Jan 6, 1577. From D. Burcott, of his proceeding in the trial of the ore. DOMESTIC, Eliz., Vol. CXXII., No . 3. Cal., p .

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Wing

    was built at Crafton in 1889 . Burcott is a hamlet a mile north of Wing . There are several farm-houses, including Burcott Lodge , Hall Farm , and Mount Pleasant . Burcott House , which was taken down early

    Parishes Bierton

    village, and is surrounded by a small churchyard, with a detached portion, now used, to the east. The hamlet of Burcott almost forms a part of the village, and consists of a few cottages and farm houses. Broughton , another

    The borough of Wendover

    scheme of the Charity Commissioners of 10 March 1911 . The property consists of a farm containing 64 acres at Burcott , in the parish of Bierton , producing £160 yearly. The beneficial area comprises the parishes of Bierton ,

    Gloucester Outlying hamlets LONGFORD AND TWIGWORTH c. 1855

    West and Pedmarsh fields north and east of Kingsholm respectively; Apperley and Longford fields at Longford ; Twigworth or Brook, Burcott , and White Cross fields at Twigworth ; Chamwell, Wyatts , and Innsworth fields east of Longford ; and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    1 March 1754, 1 March 1754

    through Great Cough ton and Crabbs " Crofs in the faid County of Warwick, and through " Hewell Lane and Burcott, to the Crofs of Hands on a " Common called The Leekhay, and out of Hewell Lane, " through Subscribers-only content

    4 March 1754, 4 March 1754

    and from Akeßer, through Great Coughton and Crabbs Crofs, in the faid County of Warwick, and through Hewell Lane and Burcott to the Crofs of Hands on a Common called The Leekhay, and out of He-well Lane, through Church Lane Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1754, 12 March 1754

    Alcefter, through Great Coughton and Crabbs " Crofs, in the faid County of Warwick, and through " Bewell Lane and Burcott to the Crofs of Hands on a IC Common called The Leekhay, and out of He-well Lane, " through Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1754, 13 March 1754

    Alcefler, through e< Great Coughton and Crabbs Crofs, in the faid County 11 of Warwick, and through Hewell Lane and Burcott to " the Crofs of Hands on a Common called The Leek- " hay, and out of Hewell Lane, Subscribers-only content

    6 April 1754, 6 April 1754

    Alceßer through Great Cough ton and Crabbs Crofs, in the faid County of War¬ wick, and through Hezvell Lane and Burcott, to the Crofs of Hands on a Common called The Leekhay, and out of Hewett Lane, through Church Lane Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M. Lingwood, Esq. Lyoton. WL. L. Gilliland, M.D. Hereford. Edward Morris, M.D. Hereford, William Bullock. Esq. Hereford. George Croose, Esq. Burcott. And the several Gentlemen who were Members of the first Provisional Committee. LONDON BANA ERt. Messre Spooner, Attwood, ard Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. M. Lingvood, Esq. Lystao. W. L. Gilliland, ".D. Hereford Edward Morr'sMD. Hereford William Bulloca. lsq. Hereford George Crosse, Esq. Burcott And the several Gentlemen who were Members of the first Provisional Committee. LONDON RANSESn Messrs Sponner, Attwnod. and Cc. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Porket PIGS, the Property of John Taylor, Esq., of Sidney, near Wellington. And on MONDAY NEXT January 29, inst., at Burcott Honoc and Upptngton-30 prime Uhortherned HEiIFERS. 80 Ripe Fat SH4EEP, and 6 Bacon PIGS. Further particulars in Circulars. N.E,-Fat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ackleton, was eharaed by Superintendent Ivins with working, on the 10th instant, a iteasm thrashing machine in a field near Burcott, in the a parish of Worfield, its the occupation of An. Ridley, 6 a less distance than 25 yards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Piercy 'ii Street, Mesty Croft Wednesbury wvith the ieYnrd and Out-biidliga t threto, in the oucert atiou if William Burcott, Hes' Ann Partner, to LOT 12,-Fours- FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, ins Pierry ii- Street, heity Croft. Wednesbunry, with their Yard Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Wilhelmus Winchester, 0/11/1625

    Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Winchester Forename Wilhelmus Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 0/11/1625 Office/Status Curate Location Burcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source OCRO, Archd. Papers Oxon c.158 (Act Book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Lay Peculiar/Dorchester, peculiar of 0- 0 Comment

    Thomas Lancaster, 3/7/1740

    DETAIL Surname Lancaster Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 3/7/1740 Office/Status Curate Location Burcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, OAP, c. 159 (Dorchester Act and Visitation Bo (Visitation clergy book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peculiar of Dorchester/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

    Thomas Lancaster, 9/6/1741

    Surname Lancaster Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 9/6/1741 Office/Status Curate Location Burcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, OAP, c. 159 (Dorchester Act and Visitation Bo (Visitation clergy book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peculiar of Dorchester/Oxford 0- 0 Comment excused

    Thomas Cony, 7/8/1746

    DETAIL Surname Cony Forename Thomas Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 7/8/1746 Office/Status Curate Location Burcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, OAP, c. 159 (Dorchester Act and Visitation Bo (Visitation clergy book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peculiar of Dorchester/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

    Winchester, 7/8/1746

    CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Winchester Forename Title Mr Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 7/8/1746 Office/Status Curate Location Burcott// OTHER INFORMATION Source ORO, OAP, c. 159 (Dorchester Act and Visitation Bo (Visitation clergy book) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Peculiar of Dorchester/Oxford 0- 0 Comment

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