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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Tilsworth

    E. C. Waters , Chesters of Chicheley , ii, 616. She was granddaughter of Thomas Chester , brother of the fourth baronet, Sir John Chester . Feet of F. Beds . Trin. 7 Geo. III. Waters, Chesters of Chicheley ,

    Parishes Streatley with Sharpenhoe

    Chan. Inq. p.m. 14 Hen. IV, No. 16; Waters, Chesters of Chicheley , i, 139. Waters, Chesters of Chicheley , i, 139 et seq. Feud. Aids , i, 46. Waters, Chesters of Chicheley , i, 139. Chan. Inq. p.m. (Ser.

    Parishes Higham Gobion

    1302 -3 the two sisters and their husbands were returned as holding jointly in Higham , Streatley and Faldo. Waters, Chesters of Cbicheley , i, 139; Close R. 46 Edw. III , m. 19. In 1372 Sir Edward granted a

    Parishes Lidlington

    P. Hen . VIII , xvii, g. 28 (21). Pat. 4 Chas. I, pt. xxxv. Waters, Gen. Sketches of the Chesters of Chicheley , 90; Feet of F. Beds . Hil. 5 Geo. I; Recov. R. Trin. 21 & 22

    Woolaston Introduction

    Harris , ' Chesters Roman Villa ', Arch. Cambrensis . xciii. 93-125. G. Ormerod noted the presence of earthworks c . 1840: Glos. R.O., D 726/3, f. 275v. Contrary to statements by Hart and Garrett the field-name Chesters is marked

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

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    Q. Mary. Visitation in Cambridge. B. of Chesters aunswere.

    in Cambridge. B. of Chesters aunswere.Anno. 1557. Ianuary.tatem, fidem, & consilium ad publicam salutem impēdimus. Postquàm enim singulari & præstantissima virtute Cardinalis Poli, legati è superiorum temporum caligine, & tenebris, lucē in republica respicere cœpimus, vna certè grauissima etiam superioris

    Queene Mary. Condemnation of M. Bucer and Paulus Phagius after their death.

    letters.they caused the sentence of condemnation to be copyed out with all speede: which being signed with the Byshop of Chesters seale, the next day followyng was for a triumph sent to London with diuerse of those verses and sclaunderous

    Queene Mary. Visitation in Cambridge. M. Bucer, Paulus Phagius condemned.

    they caused the sentence of condemnation to be copied out with all speede: which beyng signed with the B. of Chesters seale, The Sentence of condemnatiō sent to London with the Commissioners letters.the next day followyng was for a triumph

  • * British History Online *

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    Houses of students of the common law

    of Scrops Inne ouer against Saint Andrewes Church. Chesters Inne, or Strand Inne . There was also one other Inne of Chancerie, called Chesters Inne, for the nearenesse to the Bishop of Chesters house, but more commonly tearmed Strand Inne,

    Liberties of the Dutchie of Lancaster without Temple Barre

    S. Vrsula at the Strand. Chesters Inne, or Strand Inne, an Inne of Chancery. And neare adioyning to the sayd church betwixt it and the riuer of Thames, was an Inne of Chancery commonly called Chesters Inne, (because it belonged

    House of Lords Journal Volume 4, Anno Quarto Caroli Regis, 20 January 1629-20 January 1629

    constituit Procuratores suos. Bp. of Worcesters. Johannis Wigorn . Episcopi, qui Gulielmum London , Episcopum constituit Procuratorem suum. Bp. of Chesters. Richards Cestren . Episcopi, qui Franciscum Norwicen . * Episcopum constituit Procuratorem suum. L. Darcies. Johannis Domini Darcye ,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 20, 2 December 1717, 02 December 1717-02 December 1717

    Proviso. Stevenson versus Fife. Upon reading the Petition and Appeal of Catherine Stevenson , lawful Daughter to Robert Stevenson of Chesters , deceased, and Mr. James Gillon Advocate, her Husband, for his Interest; complaining of several Interlocutors of the Lords

    Index of places

    Precinct a , a . Ceremonie Lane a . Chancery Lane a . Chappel Alley Cheapside a . Cheker Alley Chesters Key Chickly Alley Christ's Hospital Warehouse a . Church Hill Lane Churchyard Alley City of London Almshouses Cliffords Inn

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    account of the history of the churches of the Presbytery. It was reported by the delegates to City Road church Chesters that Rev. J. Glyn Davies, ewport, had been unanimously elected pastor of the church there. The report was adopted, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in sorrow and anger, and departs for the Crimea. AMary is left a prey to the odious attentions of Ralph Chesters, the scoundrel alluded to. Her father dies, and the cir- cumstallce which caused her separation from Cyril is satisfactorily Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    3 postsales n, and have unexceptionable t referonoes from preinuefemployers Anolybyletter, stating salary _ required tls-doorm, rIrances, &s,, to JO. Chesters, ,antwiuh. Il3 r T lDAILWAY-OARRIARR B Boilde_ -Foreman Wanted, comipe- . . tent to set out. work, and to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4!/* 5 Pin. 10 9 Boddingloon s......... -. 142/ - - 5 4 Brewers' Investmn .. 4i% 5 10 10 Chesters, Fret., 6y U-..1 - - - - Chicago... . . . - - - 10 10 10 Halt ...................- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    considerable. Both stock and building are insured. The cause of the fre is net known. BJRSLEBM. On Wednesday, as Esoch Chesters, a collier, was at work in one of the -Bog Pits, Hot Lane, belonging to the Messrs. May, a Subscribers-only content

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