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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowley Other estates

    Cowley Other estates OTHER ESTATES. Since the manor and parish of Cowley were co-extensive, and since the lord of the manor's estate probably covered a good deal of them both, there were no other freeholds of any size in the

    Cowley Nonconformity

    Cowley Nonconformity NONCONFORMITY. There are no records of any Roman Catholic or Protestant dissenters in Cowley , except for one family of Methodists who attended the Uxbridge meeting in 1810 . 72 Guildhall MS. 9558.

    Cowley Charities

    Cowley Charities CHARITIES. The origin of the three almshouses which stood until just after the Second World War at the corner of Church Road and Pield Heath Road is unknown. They were in existence by 1834 and are later

    Cowley Local government

    534 ( 1836 ), xxix (1). M.R.O., Rep. of local enquiry on proposed extension of Cowley par. boundary , 1895, 7-8. Uxbridge B.C., Cowley Par . Meeting Min. Bk. 1894- 1928 ; Cowley Par . Co. Min. Bks. 1894-1929 .

    Cowley Mills

    Cowley Mills MILLS. There does not ever appear to have been a mill in Cowley Peachey manor. Both Cowley Mill and Cowley Hall Mill lay in Hillingdon parish and their history will be discussed along with that of the other

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    - gafo~dd y. .Ty a'r, -vwlgd. .6Ytndrechodd farll Ccwleysiarad i'":unperwnu , ond ni'etbodd a myn'd ymlaen ; y mae laril Cowley yn-) nai fab brawd i'rrhen: duc-do ellington, a -bu--ynairr-.yn Genadwr Prydeinig yn Paris, ac yr oedd Arglwydd Clarendon ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn erbyn el blaid. Priododd yn 1835, ac y mae iddo deuln, o ba rai, ei fab hynaf yw Major Owen Lewis Cope Williams, yr Horse Guards, ae y mae merch iddo wedi priodi A.rglwydd Danga, ]ahb hynaf ,&rglwydd Cowley. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn '. galw am fwy o sylw i'r pwnc hwn bob blwyddyn. '] Wrth gefnogi y penderfyniad, siaradai Arehiddiaeon ll, Cowley yn ifafniol sam y gwaith oedd yn myned '. yndaen yno. Ddeng mlynedd ar husgain yn 01 yr hA Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y wrdd tNi hleid :. eisioddandol enelod yn erbyn ypeynygz> * i y :Boreii SasbBathe diweddaf,4yunam y Parch; G.7 J Cowley Brown, Eglwys9St Edmud alisbury, ar w wrandsawyr ei esgusodi am ddarllie rbiahmAi'bredetha yrtEgagb J'srmy. Taylor, ohierwvi l"adsy ynhp-lsibl i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25,000p. Y Ymao deieb Yu nal i llawnd gnWOdi n4~ r~~~~k ocolmda6ifAW yddin Now Yor ora addan 'Ir a . Cowley, yr hwa a anfonwyil ir arahra rplant a roddwy PS i'w ofal pan yn banaith II ndfi~ia Yu yildlda Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Sunday 7th January 1849

    but had not been sufficiently swept & there was a good deal of snow on it. However Albert himself & Cowley &c. swept a part clear, & he was able to skate, so did Capt: Gordon . Vicky made her

    Saturday 22nd April 1854

    the afternoon, but the wind was so high that we gave it up - walked. A we were coming home, Cowley ran out to meet us, saying Ld Aberdeen had arrived & was very anxious to see us. As soon

    Monday 6th November 1848

    of pheasants which were beaten up towards Cranbourne the greatest member of pheasants coming over in perfect clouds so that Cowley & MacDonald who were sitting & kneeling behind Albert had hard work to be quick enough to load. Albert

    Tuesday 7th November 1848

    firs & yews etc., really magnificent with laurels all round - Albert shot a woodcock which pleased him very such. Cowley the other Fäger is immensely tall, 6 foot 4 or 5, he was 10 years in the Blues and

    Thursday 2nd December 1852

    Details Journal Entry Place of writing Version (Principal Royal Residence) Osborne House Princess Beatrice's copies Volume 34 1st August 1852-31st December 1852 Volume Page Nos 221-[222] Featured Names Charles Ld Cowley Ld Malmesbury Louis Ly Derby Featured Places Cowley Malmesbury

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    the learned Selden 's Notes: He dyed 1631 . Geffery Chaucer, out ancientest Poet, mentioned already. Dyed 1400 . Abraham Cowley , whose admirable Genius, hard to be imitated, but never equalled, hath set the Bounds to succeeeding Times. That

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COWLEY, Thomas (d.1422), of Oxford and Cowley, Oxon.

    and Cowley for three years. Cowley apparently negotiated with Richard Courtenay, clerk (afterwards bishop of Norwich) to purchase his holdings in the vicinity and when, in July 1410, Courtenay took on an Exchequer lease of other lands nearby, Cowley stood

    HILLIARD, Edward (1754-1815), of Cowley House, nr. Uxbridge, Mdx.

    HILLIARD, Edward (1754-1815), of Cowley House, nr. Uxbridge, Mdx. Constituency Dates Horsham 1802 171806 Biography Hilliard purchased the two parts of the manor of Cowley in 1786 and 1789.[footnote] In 1802 he entered Parliament as a supporter of administration, on

    BRETT, Henry (1675-1724), of Cowley and Sandywell Park, nr. Dowdeswell, Glos.

    (1675-1724), of Cowley and Sandywell Park, nr. Dowdeswell, Glos. Constituency Dates Bishop's Castle Dec. 1701 1708 Ofifces Held Lt.-col. of ft. Sir Charles Hotham’s* regt. 1705–6. Biography Country squire and man about town, Brett was a witty and charming companion,

    HERVEY, John (1616-80), of Ickworth, Suff. and Westminster.

    Lord St. Albans, and was added to the committee on the bill for creating a separate parish. A patron of Cowley, he became a fellow of the Royal Society, and one of the principal shareholders in the Duke of York’s

    DERBY, John (d.1420), of Wallingford, Berks.

    the South Gate Mills (both confirmed by Henry V in 1413), he also owned considerable property in Garsington, Wheatley and Cowley (Oxfordshire). This last was leased to John Warfield* and others in May 1420 for an annual rent of £8,


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