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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Harrow , including Pinner Other estates

    Glover owned 43 a. of open-field and 36 a. of inclosed land around Cannons Farm, at the point where the River Pinn turns westward. 62 In 1821 Cannons Farm, consisting of 80 a., was owned by Joshua Glover Etherington, possibly

    Ruislip Introduction RUISLIP PARISH Before the final inclosure in 1814

    as lords of the manor, was in existence by 1758 . The college was also responsible for the upkeep of Cannons ' Bridge and Parson's Bridge in Bury Street and a wooden bridge at White Butts on the road to

    Ruislip Churches

    vicar. 96 A vicarage house is first mentioned by name in 1565 , when it was described as lying between Cannons ' Bridge and Ruislip Wood. 97 A map of 1750 showed the vicarage on or near its present site

    West Dean Parish Church of St Andrew West Dean

    1652 to William Baldwyn and Edward Cobden . 64 It apparently corresponded to the rectory, 65 as John Alwyn of Cannons in West Dean , who made his will in 1557 , 66 was probably the John Alewyn who was

    Parishes Wootton

    Forder & Sons, Limited, and cover an area of 5 acres. When a survey of the manors of Studleys and Cannons was taken in 1605 the metes and bounds of the parish were given, and were as follows: From the

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

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    Book 3, page 247 (1563)

    of God Archbishop of Prage & legate of thapostolike sea & all other Lordes, abbots, Priors, presidētes, deanes, Archdeacōs, schollers, Cannons, prebendaries, & all other prelates of the citie & dioces of Prage, celebrating & holding a solemne congregation for

    K. Henry. 8. The history and death of Rich. Hunne,

    tenure of the Articles, whiche are these.1Newe articles cōmensed against Hunne, after his death.First the sayd booke dāpneth all holy Cannons, calling them ceremonies and statutes of sinnefull men and vnconning, and calleth the Pope Sathanas and Antichrist.2Item, it dampneth

    Actes and Monuments of the Churche.

    and parishes (appoynted by the said Pope of Rome, to assyst him in his doinges or busines) by his decrees, Cannons or vertue of his offyce, to haue had in times paste, to haue now at this time, and that

    Actes and Monumentes of the Churche.

    then setting an order in the church, would neuer haue denyed him or them, of theyr right, who in their Cannons, subduing euery minister to his owne proper Bisshop or Archebishop, make no mention of the bishop of Rome at

    Book 4, page 631 (1563)

    Martine Ballfour Batcheller of deuinity and of Law officiall of Saint Androwes, Iohn winton Supprior, Iohn Anand and Thomas Emingame Cannons of Saint Androwes, Iohn Tompson with his fellowe prior of the friers Augustines of the same city, Iohn Tullidaffe

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ac yr oedd ganddo balas ag oedd yn tafin pob 'an emall ymhell ac ages i'r cysgod. Ei enw ydoedd Cannons, a chostiodd ei adeiladu dres 230,000p.! Mewn cys- ylltiad a'r palas hwn yr oedd Chapel ag oedd yn cyfateb Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    swm a 1000p. Ffurflwyd y liberetto gan Humphreys. Bad- B ganwyd hi gyntaf ar y 29ain a Awst, 172Q, yn Cannons i'r DBo a'i gyfeillion. Ni fwriadai Handel i'r Oratorio bon gael ei dwyn allan yn gyhoeddus ar y cyntaf; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i'r 'hyn a :ga'iiyn ':-Un diwrnod', goddiweddwyd -Handel gan wldw'trrwm pan ynn myned trwy bentref Edgeware, ar j fiordd i Cannons. Trddd iLmeown i d'y in Powell clochydd Whitchnrcb, a gof c wrth ei slwedigaeth.. Wedi ymgomio am dipyn,saep Powell Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord Coehraile ......... ........... 37,000 Building two frigates in Amterica ......... ........... 155,000 Pay of General L'Allemande ............ ........... 1,200 Cannons at London . .............. ........ ... 20,100 Remittances to the Government.... . :: ............ 182,400! Payments for ditto .. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    we can get. And get a cask of cured Fish for me.-Do not fail sending on, with good speed, the Cannons; we stay for them. In haste, yours, 'OLIrVR CROMWELL." In another we have mention of a woman relative of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    30 November 1705, 30 November 1705

    Stanford, in the County of Cave's Biil* " Leicefter, Baronet, to fell certain Lands, in Ey'don, " Moreton Pinckney, and Cannons Afhby, in the County " of Northampton, to raife Money, to pay his Brothers " and Sifters Portions ; Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1705, 1 December 1705

    Cave, of Stanford, in the County " of Leicefter, Baronet, to fell certain Lands, in Eydon, " Moreton Pinckney, and Cannons Afaby, in the County " of Northampton, to raife Money, to pay his Brothers " and Sifters Portions ; Subscribers-only content

    18 December 1705, 18 December 1705

    4 Ann* Journals of the Houfe of Lords. IE Martis, 18° Decembris. Domini tam Spirituales quarii Temporales prcefentes fuerunt: Which were read Twice, and agreed to ; and the Bill ordered to be engroffed, with the faid Amend¬ ments. Subscribers-only content

    7 February 1782, 7 February 1782

    or late of Henfiridge, in the fame County, Spinfter, the Reverend Thomas Wickham of Wells aforefaid, Clerk, William Beale of Cannons Grave, in the County of Somerfet, Clerk, James Ford late of Kings Bromley, in the County of Stafford, Poftillion, Subscribers-only content

    20 May 1825, 20 May 1825

    a large and most " expensive Army, who were well fed and even feasting " on Irish Food, and whose Cannons and Sabres, and " Bayonets, had no other Use than that of making the " expiring Producers of the Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WALCOT, Humphrey (1672-1743), of Bitterley, Salop.

    of Chandos 1719, whose sister married his elder brother in 1696. Soon after this marriage he settled at Stanmore, near Cannons, the future seat of Brydges, with whom he became closely associated, both officially and in business on the board


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