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  • * British History Online *

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    1541 London Subsidy roll, Vintry Ward

    12 Henryke Wynkyn (20s.) 12 Henryke Yellard (20s.) 12 [Blank ] Johnson (20s.) 12 John Williams (20s.) 12 John Wan Collon (20s.) 12 Dirryke Jonson (20s.) 12 Tysse Peterson (20s.) 12 Summa 80 9 8 160 . SAYNT MICHELL PATER

    Memorial XXXVIII, Ordinances of the Company, 1507 and 1613

    of 40 l ., imposed in 1572 on Thomas Shottesham, for failing to take office. See the imprisonment of Philip Collon, 14th March 1596, for twenty days, in refusing to take office (p. 538). In December 1581, a late Master

    House of Commons Journal Volume 12, 26 April 1699, 26 April 1699-26 April 1699

    9. after " Regnaud ," add " Peter Persodoe, Paul Boyer, Peter Morin, John Oliver, Peter Cayran, Samuel Gournau, Thomas Collon, John Antony Berniere, Theophilus Vauchin De la Coude, Peter de St. Just, Jeremias Levijoll, Mark Antony Terton, Henry Poitblane,

    Cecil Papers, February 1594, 01 February 1594-28 February 1594

    David and William O'Hownan, Morris O'Hownan, aged four-score years, David Carhye, age threescore and ten years, Phe. Macarty and Donough Collon. 5 pp. Cipher Letter. 1594, Feb. 18/28. Letter in cipher, with the following sentence only in ordinary characters :

    Index, C, 01 January 1590-30 September 1594

    , Edmund, of Winterborne; 275. Collingwood , Robert, of Fandon; 265. Collman , Nicholas, a supposed agent at Lubeck; 195. Collon , Donough; 484. Collyer , Thomas, a fugitive priest; 80. Collymoor , George; 85. Colman , Richard, Chief Remembrancer

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    25 March 1825, 25 March 1825

    " in Louth was about a Year and a Half ago, in my noble " Relative, Lord Oriel's, Town of Collon. A perfect " Stranger appeared there in the Course of a Summer's *'¦ Evening; he asked, how many Weavers Subscribers-only content

    10 February 1829, 10 February 1829

    Names are there- * • r, T»l L il_ T T 11- Ml unto subscribed praying, That their Lordships will Collon, &c: St. Paul, Dublin: " never concede to the Artifice or Intimidation of Roman " Catholics that Political Power Subscribers-only content

    Index, 10 December 1829

    proper; Eccleshall; Colton; Norton ; Providence Chapel, Chichester; Carnarvon; Llan- geinwen, &c; and Llanidan and Llanddanielfab, 23. — Holyhead ; Collon, &c.; St. Paul, Dublin ; Rathangan; and Richmount, 24. — Provost, &c. of Stirling; Amersham; and Llanstinan, 26. — Subscribers-only content

    18 April 1831, 18 April 1831

    reading the Petition of the Members of a Society and Congregation of Wesleyan Methodists wor¬ shipping at their Chapel in Collon, in the County of Louth, whose Names are thereunto subscribed : Also, Upon reading the Petition of the Inhabitants Subscribers-only content

    Index, 20 October 1831

    Bactoii ; Old Newton ; Thurston ; Rondham ; Rattlesden; Houghley ; Long Melford; Walton; Hawkedon ; Great Glomham ; Collon ; Bruisyard; Great Finborough ; Tostock ; Ringshall; Peasonhall; Woolpit; Tuddenham; Ceven Coed y Cymmar; Cradley; Baptists, Clare; Charsfield; Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ychydig'sylwadaa brysiog hyn. THOMAS LLOYD JOXES, SALEM, LLANRWST.- -: Ar y-lsin cynfl&ol, cynhaliwyd cyfarfd Ilenyddol. daplywyddiaeth Mr. . .Hnghes (Glan Collon)., Geolir YV wastAd obeithio am gpfarfod adeiIladl oabydd Mr. HIughe4 yn bresonal ynddo.; Y beicuisid ooddynt y Llywydd ,Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rodney. O n Megday, at St. Pancoras, S. Pbnnibe, sEsq. sggq~ron, of Bssenstt Miss Emma Laloyd, of Ctlaptonl. -DENATHS. At Collon, in the county of Lont en the 20th rl 7th year, M.,ine, ViAeoentestrerrard, Baroeso re.flrLAai g' a, yPearssMautare own Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lordship ?-Carter: None whatever. " Mr Garilan : Are you not a pensioner ?-Carter : Yes, I am, from tise Collon staff. " Mr Gartlan: Who receives your pension ?-Carter: Myselh anid no other person. " Mr Gartlan: And you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUB1Q1 AMUSL'MAENTB (~~I ' \ R E i! LA, _IIIMNGHA3I. TI, ITt uhI.ADE 15'L.L1 AT MB. PKINC` OF WA7-,S TEAT;.. Broald Street. At INCA' 0 'N 'B?' IioLA rho -± Groat A, 7 XX-tsr' i ' e o airh" Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to offer Jenypeviden Theg pri e ws then disweretsbcharged. WO~nDIG WITHA Scvxu-Mlchel Crowe (22), miner, was indictsd for feloniously wounding Collon Finnerty with a scythe, on the 30th Ap~,at Walsall, with intent to do grievous bodily harm, M. Nel ppae Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Lancaster

    debt, a free port, free passage of 'Collome' bridge, pasturage on Quernmore , and an annual election of mayor. Collome, Collon or Cowen Bridge is in Burrow , near Kirkby Lonsdale . At one time the corporation of Lancaster had

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