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  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 3 The COURTS.

    Bourchier , Donn, Mr. Gunthorp . Joh. Gilford , Ric. Gilford, Bray , Lovel, Naunfant, Ratcliff , Hody, Cornborough , Dymock , Toketts. I T is concluded and agreed, that every Lord and Gentleman, if any of

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Bridgwater Education

    and the extra-municipal parts of the parish was formed compulsorily in 1875 . 36 Eastover school opened in 1873 in Cornborough Place, off Wellington Road . 37 In 1875 a total of 607 pupils there paid school pence. 38 In

    Charities

    an income of £142 11 s . In 1647 George Abbot left a charge of £5 yearly on land at Cornborough (N.R.) to maintain a school for teaching boys and girls of the parish to read English, and 30 s

  • * British History Online * *

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    Addenda, Edward VI - Volume 3, February 1549, 01 February 1549-28 February 1549

    February 1549 February 1549 Feb. 18. 24. Receipt by Ant. Butler, servant of Sir John Williams, of 53 s . 4 d . to the King's use, for the purchase of Cornborough chantry house, co. York. [ Scrap . ] Subscribers-only content

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1494-1497, 22 April 1494-20 April 1497

    sealing and the rest before Michaelmas in three instalments, provided that if Thomas Wodyngton obtain from William Harecourte, esquire of Cornborough co. Gloucester a discharge of 50 l . wherein Robert is indebted to him, then Thomas shall be discharged Subscribers-only content

    Yorkshire Fines, 1576

    Wytham, gent. Robert Dalton, merchant, and Elizabeth his wife, and Edward Dalton, their son and heir apparent 12 rent in Cornborough. Ranulph Rayner and Nicholas Richardson Henry Tempest de Tonge , esq., and Helena his wife, and Richard Tempest, their

    General Index , C, 01 March 1601-31 March 1603

    & c. destruction of export of licence for stay of mills prices of scarcity of seizure of ships laden with Cornborough chantry house , co. York Cornelius , Mr. Cornell (Scotland ?) Cornellin , Rich., mayor of Southampton Cornet castle Subscribers-only content

    Index of places

    Cootes , 117. Cootgarthe , 164. Copley , 43, 53, 165. Corifago als . Carrhagge als . Biggyne , 175. Cornborough , 77. Cotcliffe , 170. Coterellwoods , 19. Cotes , 110. Cotnes , 22. Cottam , East, 142. Cottingham

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    DC.CP.1609/3

    Place(s): Harton (Harton) : undefined Participant: RobertJennings [Jennings] Role: witness Details: male; 60 Employment: Husbandman Location: Sheriff Hutton (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Cornborough (Corneborough) : undefined Participant: NicholasFairfax [Fairefax] Role: witness Details: male; 30; Gentleman Location: Bossall (YorkshireNorthRiding) Place(s): Sand Hutton Grange

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Birdiugbury, farmer; John -Bradseaw, Offehurcb, farmer; Thomas Brown,. Thorpe, farmer; John Callaway, Old Stratford, farmer; Thomas Canning, Shottely, farmer; Elijah Cornborough, Leamington Hastings, farmer; Thomas Congreve, Leaming- ton Hastings, farmer; Robert Cooper, Leanington Priors, lodging-house-keeper: James Doers -Leamington Prors, gentleman; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SPORTING I TELIGENC E. WARWICK SPRING MEEPING. Stewal das larl of Stamford and Warrington, Earl of Aylesford. Lord Batesman, and Baron Do La Motto. Mr. Clark, Jndge. Mr. Thomas McGeorge, Starter. Mr,e. Merry, Clerk of the Course. YESTERDAY. Notwithstanding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Poet. c9869 - RhIAPERtY.-A yornng Lady Riequires bR-engagement In FPanes Dir clpatuiet.Can serve through. 3%/ yem'ere erincr-ra. ooed reforece.-Ad It.s,11 Cornborough, 138, 150, Gone a t., Bii.[I8 RAPEY (Fncy)and Millinery.-Wanited, bya1on Ld D eciaemeot an Salcswolnacm.--Si. May, £1, Market 'Street5t Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or invalid Lady. Would not object to traoe:. Please state duties required and salary given.-Address, Bertha. care of Mrs. J. Cornborough. Graadborough. near Rugby. e624 ' ADY Wishesto Recommendsa Sewing Maid; good dressmaker; .1 and to assist in light house Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jun., Clerk. Weterhbo, Feb. 16th. 18651. F 3017 ANSTED, OFFICES to CLEAN, by a respectable person. Addreaz fTH166, Mercury-office, Leeds. Cornborough, near York. By Mr. THOMAS TAYLOR, on Thursday, the Ninth dayofe a lrch, 1865, at three o'clock in the Subscribers-only content

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