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  • * British History Online *

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    by the Irish form of the name, "St. Columkille," corrupted into "Colynkla" and "Colmekilne." Later it was known as St. Cooms. The site was at Chapel House in Casterton, 600 yards due east of Kirkby Lonsdale Bridge. Confirmatory of the

    Minute Book, December 1660, 01 December 1660-31 December 1660

    from Thomas Hutchings for a lease of a small tenement called Holygrove and small parcels of land in Harscott and Cooms, late in the ten ure respectively of Thomas Waddon, Shearme, and Thomas Ching; all in the parish of Moorwinstow

    Index, C, 01 January 1714-31 December 1719

    ccxxi. 1. -, Mr., Queen Anne's vice-chamberlain; cxcviii. 5. Cookham , hundred of; cxci. 26. -, manor of; cxcvii. 44. Cooms , Nathaniel, petition; ccxxvi. 22. Cooper , Capt. George; cciv. 11. Cope , Sir John, his house, the Rose

    Index, C, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    of London, banker and goldsmith, loans by, 501, 590, 605, 672, 683; payments to for secret service, 656, 661. Combe (Cooms) (Eastway, Cornwall), 45, 46 118. -, Long, see Long Combe. Combes , John, ensign, 83. Comer , Henry, a

    Index of names and places, C

    co. Devon, ii. 624. Combermere (Dumbermeire), co. Chester, ii. 1428. Comberton (Compton), co. Worcester, ii. 262. Combes (Comb, Combs, Comes, Cooms): Mr., the younger, of Hemel Hempstead, ii. 971. George, i. 317. Richard, ii. 665, 758, 1370. Sir Richard, Knt.,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PATERNOSTilR Row. Established, April 6th, 1813. COMMIITTEE, James Nisbet, Esq. 91 Berners sueet,Chairnmast. ThoblaSs drown, Esq 39, P'ateinoster rotw, Treasurer. Cooms Orme, hsq. .F Fitzroy squaare. James Duncass, hasq. 37 'acetnosrer rose. Aist. K Newman, esq. 33 Leadenhallsteet. Edrm. Hodgson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £63. Booi HENLEY-1N-ARDEN.--Au old-faeshldned .Stono-built FAMILY and RE, tSIDENCE, containing Dilog, Drawing, and Breakftast Reci sab Rooms, SchoolIltoom. eight liea Cooms; Stabling and otber Te (by Out-buildings, and large old-fashioned Garden. Rent' £36. Sore Psessien immediate. for rH. HARBORtNE.-RIESO'DENCE, containling Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    how. (Laughter. -You shall show how? Frank Agnew, a member of mv district, at the time was the sheriff of Cooms which the city of Chicago is situated. In his charge the entire duty of empanelling juries was placed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    WiHatsan Gapslit, thries'lllth Cand teliser Kitchens iTables, G~b TinDand a&rdaL&RRAPery &swll Swele anrlompt. Autones'Oices, 16B oprduSre, CannSowBimnhm S3 Mdand Anctied Cooms, DartUndeBrwodge.-uicWaenheunrserve67 DAY Soneai, ato an.30 &GANS SnVeond-hand0 and Ready-adexClthe Dalefrs Sandb Others. TraY, ifALsieRd COPER T.HISE OD.AY ctMondaer, J3 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G. Simmons, Bosebill House, Handswortb. .056745 COKSGreen-T LeVilla: Sherbourne Road, three A n iruefrom rail; containing dining, drawing, and breakfast Cooms; kthn cley two pantries; eic bed rooms, bath, wac.; dresig ad ex oos;hot and cold waler throughout. Rent £50.- Subscribers-only content

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