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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    HOLGOT, Thomas (d.c.1420), of Hereford.

    mentioned in the records) he acted as a mainpernor when Roger Ploufeld and others secured custody of the estates of Craswall priory, Herefordshire; he served in the same capacity when, in July 1393, Thomas Bredon acquired the farm of those

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, C, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    -, -, letters to, 6613, 6643, 6669, 6671, 6689, 6696, 6701. Cranmere park, 5108. Crasset or Crescet, Sir Nich., 293. Craswall , Otho, g. 6072 (10). Crathorne , Wm., g. 6542 (12). Craucinus . See Crucinus. Crauford or Crawfurde, earl

    Henry VIII, September 1542, 26-30, 01 September 1542-30 September 1542

    Dyndor, Alensmore 17, Dewles, Kyngston, Howton (Thos. Amorgan, gent.) 3. Totals of able men (314), & c. Ewiaslacy hundred : Craswall 35, Llanveyno 35, Newton 28, Llan Angell Escly 52, Raulston and Llansillo 27, Walterston, Trewyn and Swythoke 34, Cusope

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v 52, S''Vfii children, .it)/. John Robinson, Kirkby, Malhamdal, York, Diocese of Yoik, aged 41, four children, 47/- John Rogers, Craswall, and Lanveynoe, Hereford, Diocese of St. ! David's, aged 49, six children, 30/. Joseph Rogerson, Caldoeck Cumberland, Diocese of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or the whole 3& amount, to LEND on Preehold or Leasehold Secuiity (tood) at 5 per cent.- Apply T., Mr. Craswall, law stationer, 77. Chancery-la»>e. London. 0 1,500. - This am unt will be sufficiont to <& PrKCBA-5 snd CARRY Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bricks, and the delivery of the bricks to a carrier sent by defendant. Tbe bricks sold at 4s. per hundred. Craswall Andrews stated be called on defendant with a bill from plaintiff, for tbe amount of U. 12s. which defendant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ANDOVER, Junk 29 Testimonial to a Clergyman.- On Friday evening a testimonial, subscribed for by the parishioners, was pre- sented to the Rev. H. M. White, on the occasion of his re- signing his curacy, having been inducted to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Observations made by Mr. J. T. Cock, Civil Assistant. SOUTHAMPTON POLICE COURT, Wednesday.- 3efore Mr. J. H. Cooksey, Aldermen Lamb and Tucker, and Vlr. D. Davis. Vagrancy. - William Callan, a young man, of Bristol, was charged by Polios-constable Subscribers-only content

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