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  • * Victoria County History *

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    1480 William Fairfax , in whom these claims were vested, granted the manor to Colly , 21 whose descendants held it until 1632. In 1587 Anthony Colly put the manor in trust to pay an annuity of £100 for 60

    Tetbury Economic history

    pattern of landholding, the three main farms, each with c . 200 a., were Upton Grove , Lowfield , and Colly farms, and Grange farm was the only other with over 100 a. 99 There was a total of 17


    81 His son Michael, a minor at his father's death, 82 sold the manor in 1579 to Anthony Colly . 83 Colly sold it in 1593 to Sir Edward Heron , 84 and in 1611 Heron's son Edward sold it

    Index A-J

    see Colly Colinson , Wm., Colles , see Coles Collett , Anne, Colley , see Colly Collin , And., n ; Thomasin, see Barker ; Wm., fam., Collins (Collyns) , Ric., n ; T. A., Thos., Wm., n Colly (

    Index K-Z

    II , Kaye, R. W. , Keay, W. , Kebell , Eliz., m. Ant. Colly , Hen., Marg., Thos., Keck , Anne, see Bushby ; Ant. (d. 1736), Ant. (d. 1786), Geo. Ant. Legh, J. C. L., Peers Ant .,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COLLY, Thomas (by 1513-60 or later), of Dover, Kent.

    local historian Colly was elected mayor in September 1546 but removed from office on the accession of Edward VI; in the Dover hundred court book, however, his alleged replacement appears as mayor in October 1546. In March 1551 Colly was

    COLLY, Anthony (1502/3-74), of Glaston, Rutland.

    1529 and again in 1534, Colly accompanied him as one of his most trusted captains. During his second deputyship Skeffington quarrelled finally with Lord Leonard Grey and Colly ardently supported his father-in-law. After Skeffington’s death Colly protested to Cromwell at

    COLLY, Roger (by 1532-87/89), of Wanborough, Wilts.

    COLLY, Roger (by 1532-87/89), of Wanborough, Wilts. Constituency Dates Marlborough Mar. 1553 Ofifces Held ?Groom of the chamber to Prince Edward in 1539, ?yeoman of the guard by 1547. Biography Roger Colly may have been a native of Wiltshire and

    COLLY, Anthony (c.1503-74), of Glaston, Rutland.

    1559, sheriff 1547-8, 1551-2, 1559-60, 1568-9. Biography As a boy, Colly accompanied his guardian and future father-in-law Sir William Skeffington to Ireland, where he was lord deputy. After Skeffington’s death, Colly entered the service of the 1st Earl of Rutland.

    PORTWAY, Thomas (by 1524-57), of Dover, Kent.

    Dover on 10 July Edward VI was dead and the summons lapsed. Two months later Dover elected him and Thomas Colly to the first Parliament called by Mary. If by doing so the town hoped to forestall intervention by the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Morgan Thomas, ysgrifenydd Cyn. grair Rhyddfrydol y De. WiLmAms.-Mehefin Sfed, yn 65 mlwydd oed, Mr Edward Williams, St. Oswald Street, Colly. hurst, Manchester. WILLIAMS.-Mehefin 13eg, yn 45 mlbydd oed, Mr, William Williams, fferyllydd, 121, Granby Street, Liverpool, gan adael gweddw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Firth, 46, Langiger, 3f Oslordstreet; Mintraril, 7 BSi. 'lingtoni Arcadt; Dobson aud Ma-sonl, 35 oHaymark't; Woodmonj Piccadilly; Mattracs. b'ieef street, Colly, 28 lishopeoate street; Pitorn.r Griceibhurch street; ;lacqiis, Colemnan streett Gibbins, 3d Fleet market; Wakefisld, Lnmbs' Clonduit street; and mas~t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    emotion, and merely said, " I wad at any time trust mair to looks than words, and whan I saw Colly smeiling about huen sae kindly, I ken't weel eneuch he couldna be a scoundrel." This result differs from one Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P. .jeffery to be MajHir, by parCtease, vice Lovett, who rdtires; Lieut. E. Grantliam to be Ctpt. without purchase, vice Colly, deceased; Lieut. S. II. H. Edwards to be Capt. by purchase, vie Jeffery; Ensign J. H. Reade to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gazette of the 26th of May, ISS2.-98th Regiment of Foot: For Lieut. E. Grantham to be Captain, without parchaise, vice Colly, deceased, read vice " Colby." Baindisrkutsey Amanullied.-J. Absoll, Cambridge place, Hackney road, uphaolsterer, uasaklirupts.-A, Fenton, Coventry street, HIaymarlker, stationer. Subscribers-only content


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