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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Enmore Manors and other estates View of Enmore Castle , 1783

    further mesne tenancy had been created by 1284 -5 when John Tregoz held of John de Cogan . 47 No further trace of Cogan 's interest has been found. The terre tenancy has not been traced between 1086 and 1285

    Charities

    a school for poor boys.( 3 ) No more is known of it. Cogan 's Charity for Apprenticing : by codicil to his will dated 1772 William Cogan instructed his executors to use £60, the interes t on £2,000 stock,

    East Dean East Dean Parish Church

    1795 was the Rev. Thomas White Cogan , who acquired the patronage and retained it until his death in 1856 . 38 It remained with the succeeding vicars, Henry Cogan , Horace Barbutt Cogan , and William James Hermann Newman

    Walthamstow Worthies and social life

    included Samuel Slater (d. 1704), Hugh Farmer ( 1714-87 ), the biblical critic John Simpson ( 1746-1812 ), and Eliezer Cogan ( 1762-1855 ). 9 Public servants who had country houses in Walthamstow included Sir Martin Frobisher ( 1535 ?-94),

    Pawlett Manors and other estates Fields of Pawlett 1658

    last and wife of John de Ballon, died in 1261 , and in 1267 the barony passed to John de Cogan , heir of Christian, daughter of Fulk Pagnell (d. 1208). 12 John held ½ fee at EAST STRETCHOLT in

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HERBERT, William II (by 1530-76), of Cogan Pill, nr. Cardiff.

    (by 1530-76), of Cogan Pill, nr. Cardiff. Constituency Dates Glamorgan 1558 Glamorgan 1572 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Glam. ?1551-2, 1566-7; j.p. Glam. from 1555, ?escheator 1562-3; v.-adm. S. Wales. Biography Herbert was not among the principal landowners of Glamorganshire, and his

    HERBERT, William V (by 1532-76), of Cogan Pill, Glam.

    (by 1532-76), of Cogan Pill, Glam. Constituency Dates Glamorganshire 1558 Glamorganshire 1572 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Glam. ?1551-2, 1566-7; commr. goods of churches and fraternities 1553; j.p. 1555-d.; ?escheator 1562-3; v.-adm. S. Wales. Biography William Herbert settled at Cogan Pill near

    HERBERT, Nicholas (c.1543-1601), of Cogan Pill, nr. Cardiff.

    (c.1543-1601), of Cogan Pill, nr. Cardiff. Constituency Dates Cardiff Boroughs 1584 Ofifces Held Escheator, Glam. Jan. 1572-Feb. 1573, j.p. from c.1573, sheriff 1576-7, 1585-6, v.-adm. 1586; j.p. Mon., sheriff 1589-90, dep. lt. 1593. Biography Herbert belonged by descent to Glamorgan

    HERBERT, Walter I (by 1509-50/51), of St. Julian's, Mon. and Dunraven, Glam.

    wife and children and naming his son William executor and his kinsmen (Sir) William Herbert I and Matthew Herbert of Cogan Pill, Glamorganshire, overseers. In November he was chosen sheriff again and a month later he was named to the

    HERBERT, George (1494/95-1570), of Swansea, Glam.

    by buying from the 9th Lord Clinton the ex-monastic manor of Llandough in 1543, from the crown the manor of Cogan in 1544, and from or through James Gunter those of Cardiff and Roath and the former Franciscan convent at

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - UINlS- :ITRS GWILYM EVANLS2 0 Meddyginiaeth Oreu yr Oes. -Meddyginiaetlh Ddiogel. Meddygirniaeth Lysieuol. 07ee UINiNE~ BITTERS yr Feddgi'gniae b bnllol Lysiefll a~~rny Chwerw-iys an a Mein -lysiau, wedi en haddas YLgmyrs0 W Iffurlio y eddygiliaett are a dyleiriwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bishopsgate street; Ford, Fenchurch street; Gibbins, Fleet Market; Mattrass, 86, and Jones, 59 Fleet street; Marquis, Coleman strcet; Swift, 29, Cogan, 320, artd Satton, 129 Holborn- Overton, 117 Borough.-AR without tole Wrapper and Signature are Cousnterfeits. B11LIOUS and LIVER CO.MPLAINTS.-As Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bishopsgate stlree; Ford, Fenchunchi street; Giblins, Fleet Market; Miattraso, 86, nad Jones, 59 Fleet street; Marquis, Coleman street; Swift, 29, Cogan, 3216, and Sutton, le9 Holborn; Overton, 11 Borough.-All without the Wrapper and Signature are Counterfeits. F01 WO:RMS, FITS, PAINS Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bishopogate street; Ford, Penchoech street; Cibbins, Fleet Maeket; Mattraes, ho, atSd Soens, 59 Fleet street; Marquio, Coleman street; Swift, 2a, Cogan, 326, and Suteon, 119 Holborn; Overton, 117 Boroagh.-All without the Wrapper an4 Signatore are Coslnterfeito. CHEVALI ER RUSPINI'S MEDICINES.-The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ihopsgate street, Ford, Fentlnrch street; Gibbino, Fleet Market; Mattrass, 86, and Jones, 59 Fleet street; Marquis, Coleman street; Swift, 2D, Cogan, 326, and Sutton, 1t9 Itoihorn; Overtoso, 117 Borough.-All without the Wrapper and Signature are 'Counterfeits. In 2 large rots. Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 March 1767, 12 March 1767

    as they pleafe. After reading, and confidering, the Report of the judges fQ ^^ ^ referred the Petition of Mrs. Cogan; praying Leave to bring in a Private Bill, for the Pur- pofes therein mentioned: It is Ordered, That Leave Subscribers-only content

    6 May 1767, 6 May 1767

    Tolls, and other " Hereditaments, in the Counties of Leheßer and Nor- '; thatnpton, devifed by the Will of John Cogan Surgeon " deceafed, in Truftees, to be fold ; and for applying " the Money arifing by fuch Sale Subscribers-only content

    7 May 1767, 7 May 1767

    Clofes, Lands, Tenements, Tolls, and other Hereditaments, in the Counties of Leiceßer and Northampton, devifed by the Will of John Cogan Surgeon deceafed, in Truftees, to be fold; and for applying the Money arifing by fuch Sale in the Pur¬ Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1767, 22 May 1767

    Journals of the Houfe of Lords. A* 1767. Comes Holdernejfe. Comes Plimouth. Comes Scarbrough. Comes Albemarle. Comes Poulett. Comes Cholmondeley. Comes Morton. Comes Eglintoun. Comes Aber corn. Comes Loudon. Comes March. Comes Marchmont. Comes Oxford. Comes Ferrers. Comes Dartmouth. Subscribers-only content

    29 June 1767, 29 June 1767

    Clofes, Lands, Tenements, Tolls, and other Hereditaments, in the Counties of Leiceßer and Northampton, devifed by the Will of John Cogan Surgeon deceafed, in Truftees, to be fold ; and for " applying the Money ariiing by fuch Sale in Subscribers-only content

 

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