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

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stratfield Mortimer

    are the property of Mr. Benyon . Abbey Croft , formerly the rectory, is now the property of Canon Lovett Cameron . A large open space known as the Fair Ground divides the old village from the newer buildings on

    Friern Barnet Churches

    W. G. Cameron , 75 Yrs. of All Saints', Friern Barnet ( 1957 ), 11, 25. Ibid. 8. P.O. Dir. N. Suburbs ( 1888 ). Cameron , All Saints', Friern Barnet , 18. Mudie-Smith, Rel. Life , 411. Cameron ,

    Parishes Chipstable

    D/D/V returns 1870. A. T. Cameron , Chipstable , Brief Sketch of Parish and Church ( Beverley , 1919), 36; Rep. Som. Cong. Union ( 1896 ). S.R.O., DD /X/FRC. Ibid. DD /HB 3. Cameron , Chipstable , 31-4. Wells

    Lilleshall Churches

    Rev. Salop . 387. Ibid. 278, 340-2, 354, 372-3, 381-2; D.N.B . s.v. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton . S.R.O. 3916/1 /3, no. 11. D.N.B . s.v. Cameron , Lucy Lyttelton . M.I. of Mary Anne Moor in ch. Lich. Dioc.

    Minchinhampton Economic history

    remained at the site until the mid 20th century. 90 In 1963 the Grist family sold Merret's Mill to H. Cameron Gardner Ltd., who employed c . 50 people in 1973 and made hydraulic loading equipment for use on agricultural

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ..W. GLASGOW, Biackfriars, Henry (1759) . . .. 1 _ _ Maughan (3137) M~axwell (1118) . . . GLASGOW, College. Cameron (5622) .. .. 1 Cunningham, (4139).. GLASGOW, Sb. RolloX. maCtilloch (4950) .I .. ,, 1 Cathbertson (4824 u .orth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by purchase, vice Middleton, avvn retires; Capt. D. A. Cameron, to be Ma- jor, by prurchase, vice John ronoe; Lieut. R. XX . tarnsay, to be Capt. by purchase, vice Cameron; Einsign A. C, Campbell, to be Leut. by puirchase, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ricardo, Esq. M.P. Thomas Smith, Esq. IceojD. Wood, Esq. M.P. Thomas 5 aelyle, Esq. George Byog Morris, Esq. Hugh Inncs Cameron, Esq. John Ridgiway, Esq. Samuel Courtauld, Esq. J. Brothert-n, Esq. M.P. William Mackenzie, Esq. W. Lindsay Carnegie, Esq. Willoughby Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bankers-Ths London and Weskto snshee Bank; the Union Bank of London; the Commercial Bank of London. Parei sentary Agents-Hugh rines Cameron and George Bnar , Keqer. 18 Parliament streer; Joseph Park ea, esq. 21 Great Gesrgo street. Secretary (pro temad-E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    street ; Messrs Edward Ellis and Co. 0 ''hreadneedle streetl ad.Messrs Baily and Hammond, 23,Angel coort, Thrergaorton street, London; Wessrs Cameron, Coze- none, and Taunton, Liverpool; and Messro 11. B. Watson, Tootal, and Barff, Leeds. CENTRAL KENT COUNTY RAILWAY.- Notice Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Appendix, Bishops and Archbishops of Glasgow, 1175-1649

    Chancellor of the Kingdom in 1423. Commissioner for treating for the redemption of King James I. in 1423. Bishop John (Cameron), 1426 1446 (?). Secretary to the King, 1424, 1426 7. Keeper of the Great Seal, 1425. Keeper of the

    Historical preface, 1371-1501

    in 1423, and died on 14th June, 1425, and was succeeded, both in the episcopate and the chancellorship, by John Cameron, who had previously been secretary of state and provost of Lincluden. The latter office he held till 1440, and

    Index, F

    at 800, 14. Fairfax , Sir Thomas, of Denton and Nun Appleton, co. Yorks, later 3rd Baron Fairfax of Cameron, Commander-inChief of Parliamentary forces, payments towards army of, 379, 380, 385(2), 386, 391(2), 402, 403(2). his letters published, 385(2). his

    Notes on the aldermen, 1701-1838

    1778 became a banker in the firm of Raymond, Harley, Webber & Co., George Street, Mansion House (afterwards Thomas Harley, Cameron & Sons), which ceased to exist in 1797. 1762. Sir Henry Bankes. His daughter married the 1st Lord Brownlow

    Historical preface, 1508-1546

    and custom within the bishop's burgh elsewhere than at the cross of Shettleston. 50 It is said also that bishop Cameron (A.D. 1425 1440) obtained a right to hold annually in January a fair known as St. Mungo's fair. 51


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