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  • * Victoria County History *

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    University College

    The fact that he was honoured by a brass placed in the middle of the chapel did not point, as Carr suggests, to a reconciliation after death; Wood notes that there were other brasses to his memory in the chapels

    Townships Colne

    ; ibid. 201. A local tradition says it took place near the site of the cemetery; Carr , Annals of Colne , 77 n. Carr , op. cit. 92. Ibid. 94. For the crosses see Lancs . and Ches. Antiq.

    The eighteenth century Social life

    master, John Carr ( 1723-1807 ), is the only one to have attained a more than local reputation. Carr began life as a workman-builder and after his early work in York 18 had no difficulty in finding commissions. Carr was

    Townships Wilpshire

    estate. George Talbot 's estate at Carr was sequestered for 'delinquency' by the Parliament in the Civil War. 21 In 1662 John Braddyll paid 3 d . free rent for his lands called Carr . 22 The estate is now

    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr

    Townships Cowpe , Lench, Newhall , Hey and Hall Carr COWPE, LENCH, NEWHALL HEY, HALL CARR Couhope, 1325. Lenches (xvii cent.). This crescent-shaped township occupies the northern slope of the ridge which divides the hundreds of Blackburn and Salford ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -,"MuNaUthau J. w f, SO, GENEDIGAETREYAU Giffithe.-A~r~yr 2ilcfiso, ya y Crown Hotel, Pvfl- *hel;, priod M~k. R. Gijiflths. Ma'nebester, ar fdb. Qwen. - Ar y 26iaia- cynlisol, p iod y Parebr Griffith Owren, 13, Clieltenham-street, Barrowv-in-Furoess, ar 4 ~~PRIODASAU. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y DIWEDDAR BARCHEDIG EBENEZER POWELL. Ad I *sL I I _ s a -Ap loan. DYDD SADWRN, MEJEFIN 8, 1876. Y mae parch i'r neb y mae parch yn ddy- ledus, beblaw.ei bod yn rheol ddwyfol, yn beth nas Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    nDdoe amdd aI roddi cyfieusdr ldde eleni eto iw ddirmygu (clyweb. ClYwh). * Tybie y f ierr fod u r. Carr wedi cams mind. B id yr el ssn wedi el rhana eleni yn y dull grferol, a bod vn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    chywirdeb cyffredinol y gwaith a wineir yn yt ysgol." n Y pump gafodd lawn farciau ydynt Jenkins r' (Llundaib ); Carr; Evans (Maldwyn); Hartnell; 9.Roberto. Mewn fSenior Hiestory.-Cafodd R. Owen hlawn fareisu, J Anes (Ffestinioo), 84 per cent.; Jones r Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Golygyd I y mia3lyn darlnniedig newydd sydd i grel ei gychwyu yn IHydicf ga* Mri. M.oznilian fydd Mr. J. Comyns Carr. Dywreiir fod y b.vriad o ddwyn allan gyhoeddiid blynyddo}, cyffelyb mrwn rhil pethn i' r Almanac de Gotha, yn Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 18 TOWER of London. The Mint.

    Tomewe. Quintin Johns . John Babham. Robert Wilson . Edward Wilson . Nicolas Clark To each 26l. 13s. 4d. 213 06 08 Surveyor of the Melting House. Thomas Johnson . 26 13 04 Carr . over 953 08 00 Graver,

    Book 2, Chapter 14 Downgate Ward. Stylyard.

    this great House, is a Lane turning to Bush Lane (of old time called Carter Lane , of Carts and Carr -men having Stables there) and now called Chequer Lane or Chequer Alley, of an Inn called the Chequer. In

    Book 3, Chapter 6 [Aldermanbury.] Cripplegate Ward.

    paid for the Carriage of those Bones from the Charnel to the Moorfields ) told me of some Thousands of Carr Loads, and more to be conveyed; (whereof he wondred) but never told me of any such Bone in either

    Book 1, Chapter 6 The River of THAMES.

    Charwell. Abbandune, or Abbington. Some write that the main Stream was brought thither, which ran before between Andredesy and Culingham, Carr Dour, Dorchester . Ousenie at Oxford . Thamesis at Thame , and so forward. Reding, sometime Pontium. S. Mary

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CARR, William (1664-1720), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb.

    Robert Harley* classed Carr as a possible, though not certain, supporter of the Country party. Grascome’s analysis of the Commons dating from spring 1693 categorized him as a Court supporter. Returned unopposed for Newcastle in 1695, Carr was apparently hostile

    CARR, Sir Ralph (1634-1710), of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumb. and Coken, Houghton-le-Spring, co. Dur.

    corporation refused to act upon William of Orange’s writ for the Convention Carr was returned for the borough with the support of Newcastle’s sheriff. During the Convention Carr nevertheless voted that the throne was not vacant, and the Toryism this

    CARR, Sir Robert (c.1637-82), of Aswarby, Lincs.

    R. Fishery Co. 1679. Biography Carr was descended from a merchant of the staple who acquired a Lincolnshire manor in 1503. The estate was considerably enlarged at the dissolution of the monasteries, and Robert Carr sat for Boston in 1559.

    CARR, Thomas (1658-1721), of Chichester, Suss.

    Dr Sacheverell. Carr seems to have been left off the commission of the peace for Sussex in 1714. The following year he was nominated as a trustee in the will of the Catholic Anthony Kemp of Slindon. Carr was buried

    CARR, Robert (c.1511-90), of Sleaford, Lincs.

    often returned nominees of Lord Clinton, and there are several references to large-scale land transactions between Carr and Clinton in Lincolnshire.[footnote]Between 1559 and 1590 Carr was one of the leading figures in his county: in January 1578 the Privy Council

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    CP.H.5393

    Thomas Bradwell [Braddill] Role: defendant Details: male; gentleman Location: Whalley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Whalley (Whalley) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Richard Townley [Towneley] Role: testator Details: male; armiger, deceased Location: Whalley (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr Hall (Carr) : undefined Chester (Cestren) : diocese

    DC.CP.1689/3

    21; Spinster Location: Laughton En Le Morthen (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr(Carr) : undefined Participant: Anne Clayton [Clayton] Role: witness Details: female; 40; Widow Location: Laughton En Le Morthen (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr(Carr) : undefined Participant: Anne Swan [Swan] Role: witness

    CP.H.1328

    rectory of the parish church of Lowdham Participant: Adam Pacey [Pacy; Pacie] Role: defendant Details: male Location: York (Ebor') : diocese Location: Lowdham (Nottinghamshire) Place(s): Lowdham (Lowdham) : ecclesiastical parish Carr(Carr) : fieldname Willow Holme (Willow Holme) : fieldname

    CP.H.1859

    (Thornehill) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: William Whiteley [Whiteley] Role: witness Details: male; 28 Employment: freemason Location: Thornhill (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr Fm (Carr) : undefined Participant: Dorothy Stephenson [Stevenson] Role: witness Details: female; 22; spinster Location: Dewsbury (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Boothroyd (Baithe

    CP.H.5616

    Place(s): Fenwick (Fenwicke) : township Moss (Mosse, Moseley) : township Campsall (Campsall) : ecclesiastical parish Location: Campsall (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Carr (The Carr) : fieldname Mill Dike Close (Milne Dike Close) : fieldname Bridge Ings (Bridge Ings, Brigge Inge) : fieldname

 

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