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You searched for: Place: Cleave, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hinton Waldrist

    manor in 1820 . 49 He died without issue in 1875 , leaving the estate to his cousin Capt. Frederick Cleave Symonds, now lord of the manor, who has assumed by royal licence the additional name of Loder. 50 Loder.

    Graveley Church

    communicants. The number attending fell to c . 10 by 1885 under W. O. Cleave , 1881- 1905 , later thought too weak towards dissenters. Cleave , who preached at both Sunday services and held weekday ones in Lent and

    Finchley Charities for the poor

    ability to contribute towards the running costs of the alms-houses might be made a qualification for admittance. Distributive charities. Thomas Cleave gave £50 to buy a rent-charge of £2 16 s . to provide thirteen penny loaves for distribution among

    Parishes Whitestaunton Plan of Whitestaunton House Showing the Medieval Building and its later Development

    the parish, and Howley (Holleway in 1479 ) 8 is on the steep hillside above the Yarty in the south-west. Cleave and Nash both occur as settlements by 1327 , and Lapse, Pyle , Brownsey, and Woodhayes by 1479 ,

    Index A-J

    Robinson , T. Chatfeild, Sir Thos ., Thos., Clausen , Sir Geo ., Claygate (Surr.) , Clayton & Bell , Cleave , Thos., Cleaver Ho . , Cleeve , Sir Wm . of, see William Clerkenwell : bailiwick, est., see

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tiraven. -llepse4.are the richi and proud of spirit. Lay up store in the 'wlek' and; thy trust innmuch land. Cleave to the thines of this world. Feast ye, and clothe in rich raiment. Grasp all, and give it to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the total repeal of the stamp duty on newspapers, and also for the remission of the sentence on Hetiserington and Cleave. At three o'clock Dr Wade was called to the chair, which was placed on the summit of Primrose hill, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PARLIAMENTARY RETURN OF THE STAMPS 'URNISRED TO THrt PRINCIPAL DAILY AND WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS. TITLEs OF THI NEwSPAPrRns. Jan. Feb. March. Age . . 1-2,000 14,000 12,000 Athenlrum . . . . _- 1,009 1] ,o Atlas . . . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    COMMERCE AND TRADE. THE FUNDS.-SATURDAYsIFOUR O'CLOCK, (From the List of diessrs Wolfe,Brothwre, Stock-brokers. Change adcy.) BRITISH. Consuls .............. Do. Account ......... 3 per Cent. Reduced.. 3is New ............ 3& Reduced ......... Long Annuities ...... Bank Stock .......... India Stock Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an Engagement ina Millinery are General IiShow-rouse. Five sears' experiencee. Height, 5ft. Sll, -irliesrt referesscos.-Address, FHarrfisou, Londoa Ilonse, Chester Bridge, Cleave,. cIV2l MAN ticl Wanit of Situation, to See Cowe and Poiultry, Pigs; under 3 gardener; or single-hansded; full experience, Subscribers-only content

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