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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 City government and politics, 1350-1550

    in Chester together with considerable property in the environs, including the manor of Thurstaston , and land and fisheries in Caldy and Guilden Sutton . 5 Such men played a dominant role in city life, not always on the side

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    Caerlleon (i.e. Chester ) Caernarfon (Caern.) Caernarfon , Edward of: see Edward II Caesar , Julius Calamy , Edmund Caldy (Ches.) Caldy Valley Road Calveley , Sir Hugh Mary wife of Sir Hugh Cambrian Testing Co. Cambridge Canal Side Canal

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Economy and society, 1350-1550

    century, for example, John Ewloe owned land in Handbridge , Claverton , and Mollington , 18 and John Whitmore in Caldy and Guilden Sutton ; 19 both men served several terms as mayor. 20 Cestrians also owned fishgarths and fishtraps

    Houses of Benedictine monks The abbey of Chester

    included those of Ashton by Tarvin , Barnston (in Wirral ), Lower Bebington , Blacon , Bramhall (in Wrenbury), Great Caldy , Clotton , Coddington , Greasby , Hatton , Lea Newbold , Ledsham , Picton , Prenton , Saughall

  • * British History Online * *

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    Errata

    1; and 466, 1st column, No. 91, for R. read P. Bowen. 410, 13 lines from top, for Calder read Caldy. 420, 1st column, No. 102, for John read Rob. Mackey. 421, 7 lines from bottom, for Loverett read Leverett. Subscribers-only content

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Gainsford , Robert, payment to, for apprehending a coin counterfeiter, 50, 215, 217. Galdun , Patrick, mortgage of, 133. Galdy (Caldy), , payment to, 250, 263. Gallanstown. co. Dublin, 120. Gallmoystown . See Galmoylestown. Gallow , co. Norfolk, hundred of,

    Charles I - volume 222, August 1632, 01 August 1632-31 August 1632

    themselves in one body. Hears that one of the Whelps is gone for Ireland and that the other lies about Caldy near Milford. As soon as he shall meet with them will dispose of himself and them to the best Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 223, September 1632, 01 September 1632-30 September 1632

    vici , as well as veni, vidi . Is shaping his course for Long Island, and thence to Lundy and Caldy, which are the pirates' dens. A contagious sickness has fallen on board Plumleigh's ship. Has heaved six overboard, and Subscribers-only content

    General Index, C, 01 August 1666-31 March 1667

    from ships or boats of Calamy , Dr. Edw. Calbeck , or Calwell, John Caldecot , manor of Caldie , Caldy, or Coldey Island or Road, (Pembroke), ships at or near Calton , Rich. Thos., petition of Calvert , George Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trwy Gower nes cyraedd v mbr drachefn, lie y collir hwy eto yn y dyfroedd, nes ymddangos eilwaith tuag ynys Caldy, a chymydogaeth tref Penfro a Milffwrdd. Felly, ynys wedi ei gwregysu o'r bron a'r creigiau calch oedd hon ar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    rain. About day-break the pilots observed a large brig apparently in great peril, and endeavouring to gain the shelter of Caldy roads. She was known to be the Richard, of Sunderland, Cook, master, laden with coal, and bound from Cardiff Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wrecked on Tuesday on Carmarthen Bar. The Gem had lost all her sails but one, and, the master mistaking the Caldy light for St Anne's, she had gone on the sands about midnight and filled almost immediately. As the night Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    DISTRICT NEWS. DUDLEY. Ather IATIOtC sC er-At the Petty Sesseons, yesterday, the a e1e of Fullsed and Marshall came on for the third ticks, befor8 Captelen Beonnttt and a second Maglstratb ; It having been adjournedl for a fortnight Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the emigrants to land. Tho cholera has alto appeared at Appliodore, North Devon, blr.A,Otwy, out-dooroiE1eerof Ctistomse,vielted t ship mxrived from Caldy on Sunday morning, drunk Some water. on.board, and after his return home was seized wviih cholera, and died the Subscribers-only content

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