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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Milton Lilbourne MILTON LILBOURNE 1842

    on the estate had apparently taken the name Clench by the 13th century. 45 The estate was called Wick Clench c . 1300, 46 and the names Clench alias Abbot's Wick and Clench by Wick were in use in the

    Bottisham Charities for the poor

    to two or three old people. About 1975 £200, by 1980 £320-40 was spent in pensions. Mary, widow of John Clench , 20 by will of 1741, charged land at Little Wilbraham with paying £5 yearly to apprentice poor children

    Hospitals Hospitals in Lynn

    relapsed, abjured his repudiation, and was burnt. 3 In 1535 the value of the hospital's small possessions at Hard wick, Clench warton, and Lynn , were estimated at £7 6 s . 11 d . a year; the master at

    Wootton Rivers WOOTTON RIVERS 1842

    runs through Pewsey , by three lanes, one via East Wick , one via Milton Lilbourne , and one via Clench in Milton Lilbourne ; the lane via East Wick had been diverted south of the farmstead by 1732 .

    Kinwardstone Hundred KINWARDSTONE HUNDRED c . 1840

    was an accepted part of the hundred. 10 The whole of Milton Lilbourne parish except Clench apparently lay in the hundred in 1332 : 11 Clench had been withdrawn in the mid 13th century by Battle abbey (Suss.), which held

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I IROM THE LONDON GAZETTES. Tuesday, Mfarch 12. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. S. A. Clarke and E. Keys, Stoke-upon-Trent, manufacturers of china-W. Robertson and P. Aspinall, Francis place, New North road, stone merchants-R., IV., and J. Gundry, Soho square, boot- makers Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    terse, City, mer- clrarts-J. Baxter aoil T. Jaiibrson, Bradford, jsiners-J. ttetherrrrgton and J. Tlrerepsor, heerds, eneinepers-li. G. Mills endl H-. Clench, Torntridge. Kent, silk-- niercers-E. Biarlowr arid R. Wrigirt, Stoire, Staffordrrshire, attoriteys-WX. Allan and J, E. Capprles. Darrearinon otreet. 'Trafalgar Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T H E B R E V E T.-(From tke 'London Gazette' of: Tuesday.) WAR-OFFICE, JUNE 20, 1854. Officer's promioted by the following Brevet weill receive their prromotienos srljecr ton new regulations about to be pro- molested by Roy-l Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SOstrstTOsS.-Hessrs Tyrrell, Paine, and Layton, Guildhall yard. BASRERS.-Bank of London. ACrUAnT.-ThomsO Wi'alker, Esq. B.A. F.S.S. P.T.A. dAlAAOLR ANa acnrE AiE.-BEdmund Clench, sasq. The Directorshave the pleasure to asnoanae tiat all necessary preliminaries having been eooiileted, the Office will open for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    [Aidridge and Bromley, Gray's imn.-J Bridger, Florence terrace, New Cross road, l)eptford, grocer. [Poddell, Cheapsidoe.-I Clench, High street, Newington butts, milliner. LLawrance and Co, Bread street.-J Payne, Mlilton street, Dorset square, horse dealer. t Sole and Co, Alderinanbury.-E Ingran, Bilston, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SMITH, Roger (by 1522-62), of Morville, Salop.

    wife Frances. She took three more husbands and the last, William Clench of another officer of the council in the marches, claimed the Morville property. The council supported Clench, but George Smith secured the protection of the Privy Council by

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 January 1689, 2 January 1690

    Petition of Sir Robert Brooke Ba- Clench to gir ronet, and Dame Martha his Wife; fhewing, " That he strT/Braok, "lyes under fome Indifpofition as to his Health; andwhona$an " praying that Andrew Clench, Doftor in Phyfic, y^jj^6 " enter Subscribers-only content

    13 May 1825, 13 May 1825

    IV. 13° Man. 803 pet 1 tog"6 n v. & an', 5 Pet" lend :al, reP i Appeal it given at the last Epiphany Sessions may be deemed a " sufficient Notice :" It is Ordered, That the said Subscribers-only content

    16 November 1830, 16 November 1830

    IV. 16° Novembris. 61 1: ion, r : in the County of Cornwall, whose Names are thereunto subscribed: Mapperley: Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at the Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Sess. 1830-31. INDEX. 1123 Petitions — continued. Kirton in Lindsey; Rudstone; Kirkstall Forge ; Swinton; Oakhampton; Hawnby; Foxholes; and Toddington, 58.— Goldsithney; Ansty; "Watehet; Garstang; Tywardreath; Whixley; Beeston*; Westhouse; Seamer; Drayton; West AshbyjSt. Neots, Huntingdon; Fowey; Filey; St. Weo- Subscribers-only content

    17 May 1833, 17 May 1833

    338 of Wells i ] 7° Mail 4. 3 833. Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at Wells Chapel, in the County of Norfolk, whose Names are Subscribers-only content


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