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  • * British History Online * *

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    Border Papers volume 1, September 1581, 01 September 1581-30 September 1581

    could not proceed with them till Cessford made redress, I agreed with them to hold a March day at "Gretuoe kirke" on Tuesday the 3 d October next, which unless I find conformity in Cessford, "I mynde not to kepe Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, July 1582, 01 July 1582-31 July 1582

    Majesty and the Council's direction before replying. Carlisle. Signed: H. Scrope. 1 p. Addressed. Indorsed. Inclosed in the foregoing: (1) (Cessford to Scrope.) "Eftir my hartlie commendatioun unto your Lordschip in leafull maner, I have ressavit a lettre frome the Subscribers-only content

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    611, 781, 998 (2). -, the Sheriff of, see Wotton, Thomas. Ker , Sir Walter, of Cessford, 1283, 1266, 1322. -, Sir William, of Cessford, 522, 991, 1178. Kerrs , the, 1097 (6). Kiel , 43, 541 (1). Killigrew ,

    Index, J, K

    , 1172 (5), 1174, 1348 (2). Ker , Mr. Thomas, 823 (3), 896 (3). Ker , Sir William, of Cessford, see Cessford. Kerry , Mr., 1433 (4). Keyle , Mr. John, letters from, 379 381. -, -, 344 (1), 437

    Border Papers volume 1, July 1581, 01 July 1581-31 July 1581

    as little will come of it as did before. Berwick. Signed : H. Hunsdon. 1 p. Addressed. Indorsed . 99. Cessford to Sir John Selby. [July 25. ] I have been at Court compl aining of the disobedience "of them Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KERR, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d. 1716), of Greenhead, Roxburgh.

    Ofifces Held MP [S], Roxburghshire 1685–6, 1702–7. Biography The Kerrs of Greenhead were a cadet branch of the Kerrs of Cessford, the head of the latter being created baron, later earl, of Roxburghe by James VI and I. Lord Kerr

    BOWES, Sir William (d.1611), of Streatlam, co. Dur.

    to court he was instructed to deal directly with the King in the matter of the Scottish wardens, Buccleuch and Cessford, who had infringed his mistress’s sovereignty, and entrusted with ‘divers particulars not fit for paper’ to be imparted to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in Dublin ol the 24th of January. ia The death is announced of Mr. William Scott, of Spylase ) and Cessford, a prominent Border agriculturist. A woman named English, at Portsmouth, upset a spirit a lamp while going to bed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cominiosioncrs" of the Tintes veryh highly laud the R1ev. Mr. Hluxtablo's method of manlaging9 his Dorsetlshire farmis. The farm at Cessford, in Roxburgalshro, was let last wools at an advanco of £150 per oanmuno, tile present seist being a £41,400. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in a murder ait Bilstou in 1849. Superintendent Scott placed the information in the hai ds of Sergeants Parker and Cessford, and from the muquilies miade by these officers, they proceeded to the I o19e of a lerson Dnancd Williem'on, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the South end of the room, over the bow wvindow, was hung the Marquis of Bowvront's cypher (Bow- mont and Cessford), which was surmounted by his coronet, underneath being the flgures 1860.,' Fronm the gorgeously wrotlght' coiling i epended three Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of her Majesty's body guards for Scotland. He is succeeded by his eldest son, Henry John, Marquis of Bowmont and Cessford, who was bora July 25, 1876. . _ COMPENSATION FOR THE BITE OF A HORSE. A cuniouts case was Subscribers-only content

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