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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Jesus College JESUS COLLEGE

    was paid £3 3 s . 'for the O.U.V.' and three servitors, Edward Griffiths , Roderick Lewis , and John Callowhill , were equipped with uniforms. Mr. Sergeant Matthews was provided with an epaulette at a cost of 4 s

    Longton

    Henry Goringe of Kingstone parish and Thomas Lovatt of Callowhill in the same parish. 239 In 1652 Simon Degge of Callowhill , William Farmer of Stafford , and Christopher Smyth of Callowhill conveyed it to Alexander Howe of Caverswall .

    Houses of Augustinian canons The priory of St Thomas near Stafford

    had acquired land in Acton Trussell and Bishton (in Colwich ), 29 and about the same time a rent in Callowhill (in Kingstone ). 30 In the early years of the 13th century Simon the cook gave the canons land

    Index

    166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 248 Caldon Low , 156 Caldwell , Jas., 132, 135, 136, 139, 212; Thos., 231 Callowhill , in Kingstone , 232 Camoys , Baron, see Stonor Campbell , Colin Minton , 182, 193, 195, 204-5;

    Index

    - Thomas. See Key Calcutta , 80 n Calderini , John, 176 Caldwell , Robert, 63 Cale , John, 315 Callowhill , John, 267 Calne , Henry, 329 Calphurne , Matthew, 18 Calvert , Cecilius, 245 - George, 1st Baron

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    other Works by F. McKenzie JTan Wymant Van de Velde Sir W. Allan C. P.1amcltom C. P. Pitt T. S. Callowhill E. Pettit J. F. Meadc-s Waltor Reeves IL M. Hunt W. H. Ba.l J. Ilorlor A. A. Davis Peru Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Worha by F. Mclenzie Jan Wynants Van de Velde Sir W. Allan C. P. IHamilton C. P. Pitt T. . Callowhill E. Pettit J. E. Meadows Walter toeves H. I Hunt W. IL HHal J. lorlor A. A. Davis PFrugiai Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loss, and tisat spoke well for ties ncanagesoent of the soeiets. On the notion of Mr. Iliiiscgtos, secouded br Ir. Callowhill, tico report was uanmiscouly adopted. The) otliccrs were reelectrd, cad Msosrs. Lambh, Parr, and Whiitemans wero elected ilc thi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ecepton Roe, asd eth rOfices. . Penslseetus. This Establishmesnt, which occupies a beautiful situiation on tOea *estern slopc of fthe Callowhill, and withina short distance of the Cat famed MOFFAT WELL, is replete with every conifort for Visitors ols nod Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for those in Federal Street. The Northern Electric Light Company gets 39),4 cents for four lights in Second Street, above Callowhill, as the wires are strunc on city property. It is paid 48 cents for its lamps in (Girard Avenue. Subscribers-only content

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