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You searched for: Place: Butlers, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Charities for the poor

    Henry Mitchell , in the first instance by J. E. Mitchell and subsequently by a descendant chosen by Mitchells & Butlers Ltd. By 1930 six more alms-houses had been built for the charity at the expense of five members of

    Parishes Edlesborough

    succeeded by his son Robert, 190 who sold Butlers in 1659 to John Kidgell . 191 The latter died before December 1690 , leaving a son John Kidgell , 192 who conveyed Butlers in 1696 to Peter Ward . 193

    Parishes Yelling

    Butlers or Ashfields to his eldest son, Nicholas. Nicholas Luke died seised of Ashfields Manor in 1613 , leaving a son and heir Sir Oliver Luke , 61 who before his death 62 had with his wife Maud conveyed

    Parishes Clifton Reynes

    These two estates, the undertenants of which in 1086 were Niel and Roger de Olney respectively, correspond to the later Butlers and Wakes Manors, which extended into the adjacent parish of Newton Blossomville . WAKES MANOR , which owed its

    Fen Drayton Economic history

    1590s he was lending £100 or more to local landowners, expecting to foreclose on their properties. 88 His acquisitions included Butlers farm, supposedly over 250 a. when purchased in 1578 , but reckoned as only 160 a. in 1633 ,

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Colleges and Hospitals. Bridewel.

    each of them 15l. Yearly, 75l. To two Stewards, each of them 6l. 13s. 4d. 13l. 6s. 8d. To two Butlers , each of them 6l. 12l. To two Cooks, each of them 8l. 16l. To Four Porters, each of

    Book 5, Chapter 8 The TEMPORAL GOVERNMENT. [Liveries.]

    Clerks, to wit, a Secondary, a Clerk of the Papers, and four other Clerks; besides the Under-Sheriffs Clerks, their Stewards, Butlers , Porters, and other in Houshold many. Of the MAIORS and SHERIFFS LIVERIES. N OW to say something of

    Book 3, Chapter 6 Cripplegate Ward. [Present State.]

    running into Moor lane; and lieth open, in some part, to Angel Alley ; the partition Pale being broken down. Butlers Alley, long, and narrow, but indifferent good; also falls into Moor lane, where it is broadest. And about the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    many persons of disthfction and rank in saciety, that itisneesayhr to enlarge on their peculiar virtues -Sodi oea s j.adS.O.b Butlers, Chemists, tCepia t als n 2,Rgn-tet erte MR. AN UTCHLLSURGON.fotthe CURE of FISTULE, 1PiL S, SRICf tIESRe. ithut Cttig, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    peculiar eittues aced efficcy have uni. forosly maintained the highest 5epatattjln.-Sold in boxes, at co- fid. and I Is. by Butlers, ClhmmistO, 4 Cheapside, conrnr of St Paul's, London; 54 Sacl.rille street, Doablin; and 73 Princes street, Edinbulrgh, Savnry and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    remove most complaints occasioned by irregularity of the hssvelt.-Beld in boxes, at es. Pd. 4s. f6d., 11s. and 2as. by Butlers, Chemists. 4 Cheapoide, corner of St Pans's, London; 04 Sickville street, Dublin; and 73 Princes street, Edinhnrrlat Savorysaird Ca. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to the directions given, the complete re-establishment of their health. Sold in bottles, at 4s. Gd.; lls. and ens. by Butlers, chemists, 4 Cheapside, comer of St Paul's, London; 34 Sackville street, Dubilins and 73 Princes street. Edinburgh ; Savory Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    TTYMAR 1tET.--ToOrnws The Actor of All WorkI The Xi X.rIdstn'e MIarriage. And Tekeli.-Tue~sday, Youth, Love, ands Folly.. 7r j'ir Gntle~JnhiO. And The Two Pageso rdrc h ra-eoo oor s(wien Man. And Tthe Scape Goat-Thusday, the School for Scan- d Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BUTLER (BOTELER), Thomas I (1513/14-79), of Bewsey and Warrington, Lancs.

    1544-52/53 commr. eccles, causes, diocese of Chester 1562, musters, Lancs. 1573, 1578; j.p. Lancs. by 1568; sheriff 1569-70. Biography The Butlers, barons of Warrington, were among the oldest and most powerful of Lancashire families. Thomas Butler’s father, the 16th Baron,

    AUDLEY, John I (d.1588), of Berechurch, Essex.

    No wife or children are mentioned in the will. Audley’s ‘cousin’, or more accurately nephew, Thomas, was bequeathed lands ‘called Butlers in Peldon and Aberton, Essex’, from which legacies were to be paid to six other nephews and nieces. Audley’s

    BUTLER, Arnold (by 1521-64), of Johnston, Pemb.

    Ofifces Held Under sheriff, Pemb. 1542-3, sheriff 1557-8; sewer, the chamber by 1546; j.p. Pemb. and Haverfordwest 1555-d. Biography The Butlers of Pembrokeshire, with their two main branches at Coedcanlass and Johnston, came from the Norman family of Dunraven in

    TRACY, William (d.1440), of Toddington, Glos.

    none of their properties was held in chief of the Crown-Toddington being held of the Sudeleys and their descendants the Butlers of Sudeley castle, and Doynton of the earls of Stafford.[footnote]The career of William Tracy the MP, in so far

    BUTLER, Anthony (by 1522-70), of London; Rycote, Oxon. and Coates, nr. Stow, Lincs.

    obscure for a man of his fortune and connexions. His father’s name is the earliest in the pedigree of the Butlers of Coates, whereas his mother’s forbears had lived at Mablethorpe since at least 1443. In 1543 Butler bought a

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry. 8. Persecution in the dioces of Lincolne.Anno. 1521.Ex Regist. Io. Longland. Lincol.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.RobertCarderof Iuer,Weyuer,detectedRich. Vulford, of Ryselyp.Hackar.Thomas Kyng.IoanneCocks.The wifeof Rob. Wy-wod, hus-bandman.For desiring of Durdant hermaister, that he being a Knowenmā, would teach her some know-ledge

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.

    K. Henry 8. Persecution in the Dioces of Lincolne.Accusers.Parties accused.Crimes obiected.For receiuing an Eng-Thomaslish booke geuen hym by8tilman.Carder his father, whoIenkin But-after his abiuration donler.before bishop Smith, felsicke and died.Rich Vulford of Riselip.Hackar. Thomas King.For desiring of Dur-Ione Cocks.dant


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