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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 4 Ealdgate Ward. St. James Dukes Place.

    Maior of the City, together with some of his Worshipful Brethren, viz. Sir John Leman , Sir John [William ] Cockin , Sir Edward Barkham , Knts. Martin Lumley , John Gore , William Gore , Cuthbert Hacket , John

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Minchinhampton Manors and other estates

    and Elizabeth Pinfold . 34 They devised it to William Cockin , rector of Minchinhampton (d. 1841), and Cockin 's heir sold it in 1876 to C. R. Bayries. 35 Cockin appears to have rebuilt the house, a large villa

    Minchinhampton Churches

    of Avening and was succeeded in 1774 by John White , D.D., 97 also rector of Brimpsfield . 98 William Cockin , rector from 1806 99 until his death in 1841 , 1 also held Cherington 2 but served Minchinhampton


    vicar of Yarnton , Cobbett , Wm., cobblers , see leather industry cock fighting , and see Woodstock : cockpit Cockin : Eliz., m. Wm. Taylor, Jane, see FitzHerbert Wm., Cocks , see Cox Coenwulf , king of Mercia, Cogges

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    vicar, see Bond, Hen. Coates , boundaries, Hullasey, rector, see Williams, Thos. Coberley , Cobham : Eleanor, see Mautravers Reynold, Cockin , Wm., rector of Cherington and of Minchinhampton , Cockle: Ric., Thos., Cockle and Wicks , firm of, Codrington

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    's Mill, Wimberley Mill, Mugmore Ho ., nonconf., par. officers, pk., Pinfarthings , poor-relief, pop., public services, rectors, and see Cockin , Wm.; Fowler , Hen.; Freeman, Thos.; Gyan, Wm.; Powell, Thos.; Sheppard, Phil.; Whateley , Chas. rectory, rectory ho.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    David, and Morni- neet his sir brothers, his thrce brothers-in-law, three sons-in-law, and some of his ne1ophews; the Rev. Air. Cockin, the Rector of Minchin- hampton, and Mcr. flumne lI. Y. for Montrose, were the only strangers wve observed to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    they had et t coneus. [Ag~iiralhurs of No"met this appeal.) Atr besrin, testimony to rjie zeal and laou which Mr. Cockin had brought to hear upon the question, Mr. Bull concluded by usoving the appointment of a committee of investigation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the assiginees, and Air. Bloxhain was in attendance for this society. AIsr. Smith intimated to the Court that though AIr. Cockin and others had been aummoned, lie did not izitend to exansiuse them. Mr. Bloxhans, on behalf of the clergy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    occupied tile chair. Amongst the clergy and gentle. neen also present were the Revs. G. Lea, Gi. S. Boll, NV. Cockin, m.sPonatiet in. Ind briel, F. ( Itoure, f. Spooner, j. Stokdale S. GdgeF. S Dal, W.Barkr, H H pipreys, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wonders of steam and steaim-engines as developed by the genius of Watt. The chair was occupied by thie Rev. WT. Cockin. In coin- snencing, Mr. Winfield said that perhaps some apology was due fross him in reference to a charge Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 June 1830, 3 June 1830

    hear from Thomas Buxton ?" " He fell out with Webster ; Buxton owed Mrs. Cockin " a Sum of Money ; he told Mrs. Cockin Webster would " pay her." " How much was the Money ?" " I Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1830, 8 June 1830

    664 8° Junii. ^.1830. " And you will swear that you were present when Cottam was paid ?" " No, I will not; because I do not know that he has been repaid, unless he has been repaid by Subscribers-only content

    8 June 1830, 8 June 1830

    Geo. IV. 8° Junii. 665 " Was it in your Office ?" " It was in the Parlour." <f Were you called out of the Office ?" " I was in the Parlour when he came in." " What Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1781, 10 April 1781

    406 to* ^rc/u". ^. 17 1 towing a Drawback of the Duties tm Rum fhipped as Stores to be confumed on board Merchant Ships on their Voyage--', which was to be in Force for Two Years, from the ift Subscribers-only content

    First report of the commissioners appointed to inquire into the municipal corporations in England and Wales., 1835

    1822 1823 1824 1825 182C 3827 1828 ,1829 1830 1831 1832 Richard Chappcll - George Thornton - Beaumont Marshall William Cockin Joshua Cottam John Dawber John Mason - Jonathan Hanks Thomas Welsh William Meekley - John Kirke - William Cottam Subscribers-only content


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