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  • * British History Online *

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    Acts and Proceedings, 1576, April

    For Nithisdaill and Annandale. Peter Watson. John Fullerton. Lyon Brown. Mr John Porterfield. Mr Andrew Polwart. For Tiviotdaill. Mr Andrew Clayhills. The Laird of Fawdounside. For Tuedale. John Brand and The Laird of Traquair. For Lothian and Merce. The Superintendent

    Acts and Proceedings, 1575, March

    . For visitation of the books, The brethren appoints Mr James Melvill, Mr James Hepburne, Mr Adam Blackhall, Mr Andrew Clayhills, Mr Peter Primrose, to concurr and meet at two hours afternoon where they think expendient, and continue in perusing

    Acts and Proceedings, 1618, August

    Burgesses, for Edinburgh, David Aikenhead, George Foules; for Perth, James Aedie, Constant Malice; for Dundie, Mr Alexander Wedderburn younger, Robert Clayhills; for Aberdeen, Mr John Mortimer; for Stirline, Christopher Alexander; for Sanct Andrewes, John Knox, Thomas Lentron; for the Universitie

    Acts and Proceedings, 1575, August

    exhorted to continue in his charge till the next Assembly: Mr Peter Watsone continued Commissioner of Nithisdale, and Mr Andrew Clayhills, Commissioner of Tiviotdaill. Sicklyke the Assembly continues Mr John Duncanson, Minister of the Kings house in his Commission of

    Acts and Proceedings, 1576, October

    [Minister of Aberdeen ] Moderatour . Sessio 1 a . [In the tryal of Bishops, Superintendents and Commissioners, Mr Andrew Clayhills, Commissioner of Tiviotdale, was complained upon, That, after he had discharged the Minister of Ankrom to baptize a mans

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Tunstall TUNSTALL c. 1960

    642 Thomas Peake in Watergate Street and Robert Shufflebotham at Clayhills were making bricks and tiles by the late 1820's. 643 By 1834 there were 5 such manufacturers, 3 at Clayhills , 1 at Flash , and 1, Peake's, in

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    Godfrey, 246; Matilda Eliz., 234; Rob., 249; Wm., 187 Clarke (Edw.) and Co., potters, 136 Clavering ( Essex ), 232 Clayhills , see Tunstall Clayton , Alic e (w. of Thos. fl. c . 1600), 72; Eliz., m. Thos. Lea

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Dundee were, besides the Earl of Airlie, Lord-Lieutenant of the county, Sir J. Ramsay of Banff, Webster of Brigton, Clayhills of Invergowrie, and a host of other gentlemen of the country. Her Majesty has signified her intention to open Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlbe Lieotenaut, bypurchase, -in3 'linuinit; C. uIT S. Raitt, Geat., nobe Ensign, by purhase, vice Daubeny-9'ird FOot: Ensign J. B1. Clayhills to be Lioutenoatt, withosut purchase, vice Tutumr deceased-98thi Foot: Lieutenatit H. Leigh, frons the 3rd Wcst Ildia Rtegiment tli Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Foot, to be Capt., wtitlout p, v. Maxwell, cashiered by the sentence of a General Court-Martial ; Lieut. J. ,l. Clayhills, to be Capt., by p, v Ewart, appointed to the GrenadierGuards-94th Foot: Lieut. R. R. Meade to be Capt., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs Macdonald, of a son-On the 17th, the wife of Sir B Burke, of a sotn. MARRIAGES.-On the 20th, Captain Clayhills, to Eugenia, daughter of the late Vice-Admiral G Watts-On tiee 1oth, Captain Inglham, to Maria, daughter of the Rev Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    made by the police it appears tlirO between two and three o'clock on Sunday afternoon ft richard Harrison (23), forgeman, Clayhills, want to r.e Ravensdale Ironworks, where he is employed. to r's ;3 arrangements for resuming work in the eve Subscribers-only content

 

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