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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Pulloxhill

    to Sir John Norton and John Garrard . 42 From Sir John Norton they probably passed to his relatives, the Coppins of Markyate , who held the advowson between 1686 and 1710 , and were conveyed, together with the advowson,

    Minster Lovell Economic history 71. Minster Lov ell parish c. 1840, showing approximate location of former open fields

    the wealthiest taxpayers throughout the 17th century, together with the Collis family, recorded from the Mid dle Ages, and the Coppins . 42 A Collis and a Harris were respectively taxed on 5 and 6 hearths in 1662 and 1665,

    Parishes Caddington

    formerly a boarding school. It was here that the poet William Cowper received the first elements of his classical education. 'Coppin's Room' adjoining the old vicarage was used as the schoolroom at that time, and it is now the Parish

    Parishes Caddington

    formerly a boarding school. It was here that the poet William Cowper received the first elements of his classical education. 'Coppin's Room' adjoining the old vicarage was used as the schoolroom at that time, and it is now the Parish

    Parishes Latton LATTON c. 1875

    Apart from the parish church and the remains of the priory, few buildings erected before the 19th century survive. 16 Coppins (formerly Purfoots) 17 at Purfoots Green is a timber-framed house, probably of late medieval origin. On the Roydon road

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COPPYN, William (by 1509-58), of Canterbury, Kent.

    Needham he gave all his horses. His brother’s son Edmund Coppyn was to have his lease in the lands called ‘Gray’s Lees alias Coppins Hith’, and Thomas Fooks his lease of Littlebourne parsonage. He named his wife and daughter executors.[footnote]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    market opeised unsteady, but closed firm. * L Mr. John Edward Taylor, of 12, Queen's Gate Gardens, 8 S.I1W., and (Coppins, Iver, Bucks, has hessi selected to fill the vacancy on the Board of the Bteneos Ayrcs Grnat L Snuthern Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LRER ReLS 150) Astm-Vllacontaininig fostr bed rooms A t'eddressiLn'g1 coon,' `Ren't£2v4._-E'dward stone, Linesla's Inn-a TERRORn Rozad, Mseley. -Kinmrley Honse, conrer Coppins ýRoad. R1ent £45-EdwarL Stone, Lincoln's Ion,_Corpomration Street. fl GLEY Read INs. llit-Coovaienietfl ng Hue-dwar st Stne, 5, Liocoln' s Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    county of Kient, a young man named Frederick Prentice was indicted for the murder of a young girl named Esisma Coppins, at Queen- bolough, by catting ler throat. The evidence clearly esta- blished the guilt of the prisoner, and, indeed, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    NW THEAT$E ROYAL. RAPEtNRONCM OFi. HLONl)IN In bledariefg PrtAt (of Aims and Lvigs). lu-time ineslit of. whichk he wilt erlilbt ito an afirkil; Public bhes rdo iu&s = rnthqbcuaimog etod DVeW *bhe " 1,18il." and witb greSt ind gTr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for Slubbing or Spinning, and have Gears ior Spinning by Power. A lcel, 1i Quarters Round, which can reel 24 Coppins at once. For further Particulars, apply to Mr. Ellersihaw, Oi]-Merchant, Leeds. TWood/torae-Bar 6-y Medowtr-Lave, Lceds. To be SOLD by Subscribers-only content

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