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  • * British History Online *

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    Entry Book, February 1681, 12-19, 01 February 1681-28 February 1681

    the said Elsmore. who is deceased; and that the rent of 4 l. per an . for a close called Cophill (being the remainder of said 24 l . 4 s . 6 d .) was the claim of the

    Entry Book, May 1688, 10-20, 10 May 1688-18 May 1688

    close of three acres of arable land there; half an acre of arable land in the common field there called Cophill Field; 2 acres of meadow land in the meadow there called Edy Mead; half an acre of meadow there

    Entry Book, January 1685, 12-20, 01 January 1685-31 January 1685

    tenure of the said Henry at 26 s . 8 d. per an . rent; a close of land called Cophill containing ten acres rented at 20 s. per an .; a piece of land containing three rods lying between

    Index, D, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    1; lands of, 42, 93, 235, 1490 1, viz. Barton's barn, 1490; Broxditch, 1490; Castle Dean, 1490; Carleton Dean, 1490; Cophill, 42, 1490; Crouches pasture, 1490; Le Harpe meadow, 1490; Nicholas Lewes meadow, 1490; Lymekilnholm, 1491; Sedgemead, 1490; Ward Close,

    Index, C, 01 January 1681-31 December 1685

    Windsor Castle, 656. -, Thomas, surveyor, Poole, 614. -, -, trustee for Ellen Grimsley, 1289. Copenhagen (Denmark), 887, 1245, 1411. Cophill Close (Charlton, Kent), 1490. -, Lionel, grant of arrears of Assessments etc., Wales, 28, 115. -, Nicholas, messenger of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    numperior q(tuaiity.-AdITldcee, fl T. Whlito, Queen Sqptarce B~risoln cO0il2 LjO ac wel.aioryo xeio ~io.-o further poar-I t.. uticrs, addreso, B,., Cophill, Claverdon, Wawob lai t~'J~~f~ooi fll Sooat Jldgba3ton. Atolat 2,000 y0e- pl .0 t nrWihe,,Arhiec, 1w Street. c22-il 20 to Subscribers-only content

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    of Richard Armlitage, coustaisiing ..-., 13, 0 4 log. 25. B. Two Closes of Land, celled Old Field, cid lalgI Cophill, inl the Occupation of John Goudy, coil- ders ting taig .-13 1 22 wLc iiltatt ECOND DAY'S SALE, 30th Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tion of Richard Armnltige, containing .. -- 13 0 4 2F. B. Two Closes of land, called Old Field, and Cophill, in the Occupatioli of John Goody, con- taining . .. .- 13 1 2G s SECOND DA;Y'S SALE, 311th Subscribers-only content

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    allowed to stand out on their own recognizances. MURDER AT DUNMOOW.-On baturday night, a young man, named James Barnard, from Cophill, near ' Shefford, Bedfordshire, a hawker by trade, was stabbed in f thiestreet at.Dunmsmow, anddied shortly afteiirwardcs. Arman c Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was sentenced to twenty years' penal 3- servitude. 9-MURDER AT DUNMow.-OnIS atnrday nlight, a. young man, inarned James Barnard, from Cophill, near I5 Sliefford, Bledfordshire, a. hawker by trade, was stabbed in ii tbe street atDunnslw. and died shortly afterwards. Subscribers-only content

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Ezekiel Rouse, 17/5/1761

    Appointment Evidence Record CCEd Record ID: 35047 Linked to person: Rouse, Ezekial 1761-1799 Vacancy Data Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Rouse Forename Ezekiel Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type Licensing Date 17/5/1761 Office/Status Curate Clerical Status

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