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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ditto Ditto Samuel Copp Ditto Geo. Reid Ditto J. Hughes Ditto Ditto Samuel Copp 0. Hurford Ditto Samuel Copp Ditto Ditto W. Gribble Ditto Thos. Grieson W. Gribble 0. Hurford G. 0. Reid 0. Hurford Samuel Copp Ditto Ditto Jos. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    OF LONfON'S COURT',-DOCTORS' COM. goir s5. orP.e. ,This was a suit of dit orCe, btoughtby SraM4 COPP, of Creile mrn;-street, agairstJ ihn SebuwiJi5n Copp, by reasmo of Truetty mxd adual~tery. li .ri jicp from the'proci~edings produred iu this case,. that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lover, the King immediately makes love to Mary; and in the course of a little interference on the part of Copp, at his too great freedom, it turns out that she is the orphan daughter of a gallant naval Captain, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE PmOLVIAL :ELXAMNER. , Party is ethe mathsess bf bftty for the gaiy af a few.-..oPiep. CONDITION OF THE PEOPLF Or ENGLAND - Le,&fromJaience $y ,J~oh'r M. Cvu'1bktt. 0, (COSYGCLtDED 3RI~5C~ LP5T WiEaK) ON the same paper Whicli contained Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Alerr Monarch. King Charles the Second, Mrt C. Kemblo; Lord Rochester y, Jones, Edward, tlse King's Page, Madame Vestlis; Captii Copp, Mr Pawct;. Lady Clara, Mrs Faunit; Mary, Copp's Niece, Miss Patop. Ticcets, and plact, for the Bores to be Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Woodcott

    are wheat, oats and turnips. Among place-names mentioned in the 16th century are the following:-Bitfanger Copp , Frith Copp , Innerst Copp and Sudgarston Copp . 2 Manor WOODCOTT was held by Ansfrid of the king in the reign of

    Townships Great Eccleston

    has a considerable amount of lowlying land by the Wyre , which river forms the northern boundary; but the Copp , which occupies the south-west quarter, rises to a height of 55 ft. above the sea level. On the northern

    Parishes Chaldon

    to Richard Aynescombe for twentyone years. 42 Two years later he granted it in fee with the wood called Okeley Copp pertaining to the said manor to Sir William Forman , Sir William Roche and others for the sum of

    The parish of St Michael-on-Wyre STMICHAEL'S ON WYRE.

    list. 77 Afterwards there were apparently only the vicar at the parish church and the curate at Woodplumpton . 78 Copp chapel was added in 1723 . A religious census was made in 1755 , when the vicar and churchwardens


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