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  • * British History Online *

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    Editor's preface

    to "Cog ind pe li le cre" Cog noscit ind ictamentum, pe tit li brum, le git, cre matur= He confesses the indictment, asks for the book, reads, is burnt." It must be admitted that the ingenious inventor of "cog

    Records of Kendale, Further records

    are customed. Measurement by a stick or rod; a verger carries a wand. The name Cogware must surely come from Cog. a broadly built cargo-ship, and the ware such as was largely exported to the North American markets. Kindly supplied

    Chapter 1, Origins of the grant of the town of Bristol

    fish; Will Tobyn, for going out, 5 dozen of cloth. Customs, 3s. 2 d. Free : A ship called the Cog John de Hermerdyn, William Fisher, master; Lewis Darry, 700 sheep skins, 1 dozen of goat skins, half a dozen

    Schedule of place names, A - F

    the right bank of the river Ely. COG, The. A stream which flows through and gives its name to the lordship and parish of Cogan. On it is a house called the Cog Farm. If the name is Aryan, it

    Index, L - R

    135 " John, chandler, 129, 130 " see Cogan, Coggan, Coggen, Coggins Coggins, John, yeoman, 20 " see Cogan, Coggan, Cog gen, Coggin Coldridge, . . . ., 129 " James, gent., 22, 25 38 " James, tailor. 59 136

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