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You searched for: Place: Craydon, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

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    Entry Book, November 1685, 11-15, 12 November 1685-15 November 1685

    Jeoffryes, Robt. Wansey, John Yorke, Will. Oastler, Will. Saunders, Will. Pryor, Chris. Osmond, Lance Cox, Rich. Smithier, Sam Dwelley, Edw. Craydon, John Sheire, Robt. Game, Geo. Smith, Tho. Wilkins, John Blackley, Robt. Portlock, Antho. Manning, John Norman, John Watts, Will. British History Online

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    Crawley , Francis, cursitor baron of the Exchequer, 366. Cray ( and see Crey), Richard, rebel in the West, 423. Craydon , Edward, rebel in the West, 424. Crayford , Edward, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Kent, 2028. British History Online

    Carpenters' Company: Minute Books of Courts and Committees, 11/08/1691-08/08/1699

    bound to Wm. Steavens for 7 yeares of Mr. Steavens Q00 05 4 Christopher Pim Sonne of Felix Pim of Craydon in the County of Surry Carpenter bound to James Earle for 7 yeares. William Hazard Sonne of Wm. Hazard London Lives 1690-1800

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Metropolitan Board of Works, 349%, 19-29, 231% m d Corporaton of London, 3% Bonds 1912, 9a Birminghamin 3%, 1847,99, 44 Craydon. 34%%. 188% d LiverpooL, 3hY, 180% S yNottirgham, 3%, 97 Reading, 3~tY, 10% 's 0 Sweaam, 344%, 1S51. 1.08% Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    lb 21 -- M.resG.lthinc 9 Cosmnopolita... 22 ',S 2.3/3 - 03 MezisG eelf Crune B.(21/4 1 1Menz'ies I lDs.) 2/3 Craydon (5/u). - -1/i I/a . Mi/l Dy. D.(17/5~) 3)3 Day Dawn Blk..1.//5 14/56 b. ount ./oscrco. I4 D)ay Dawn Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Z{L"8. FleaT arss:Crsoa sn Ea?larid 16. Bnnhi-'ar.et, L.esto .? ?STEN1' UAIULLO.' MA('HIKESam5 CLO(.K2'.. ? CIILLErT oaf DLAND. SIerra Cloak FaCioiy. Craydon, mahore as the Oni-itlona at \Vnrtkotqy Cisthedrol. pleytoy 21 roorwon 13 bedS.: Bradford Town iIrdl, 10 sure, Ott ii Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    with thanks from Fred. J. Porter (Arfield, Liverpool), "Kumasra" (Arlsny), 'IFra- zor I (per "S Ema") I', Alfred J. Whitworth (Craydon). "Paul Pry" M3lrfield), and Hy. H. Woodward, (Rose- ' burgh, Orgon, U.S.A W. G. L (Headingl).-A. Jumetide batch from Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    iReco;tc Book. 7%"s-t 5-se. Grifore's Cycle Corp., 1%1, Do. Cons., 5 1-32-± Haighto, -7-.5-16 Coolpzderds Mot & 2ranK~ia.-, 2.-S-LSsben-Beelyn, 7/0± Craydon Conouls, 4.9<- Monchester Public Hanl,191% Daniop Pare. Tyre Ord., 2,10 pm Pdindagton Cons., 135± to. Del., 7,567/9 sea RanadfOnam. Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    106q' 3d. As-n.e nt Mina WP. Atto.. 0 C' 140.-lila of S. Africa, 7,13-16 ('honor'. Iso £1 3.52 22-32 11-16 Craydon nnoias,3o 60. Tiirper'. 23-. 8;. ad. 43oS-st da .37'. 44 I'd 1. 129 Rio Tinno. 05.0-16 '2 V .1i Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    2-2; Devon Great Consols, gi 9 to 10 : Dolcoath, 71 to 73; East Basset, bi 273, to 30; iEast Craydon, 23 to 3; Cow-lt ton, 23 to 23; East Lovell, 17 to 18; Eat - Vaun, 4 to 4?-; Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    J. Acheson-Messrs. F. Walsh, ;hat Q. C., and Webb; aolicitor-Mr. R. Beauchamp g For other respandelets-M2ssrs. Monahan, Q C.; ler Craydon, J. A. Byrne, Q C., and A. Muira;y ?re- solicitors-Me srs. t.dhaml &; Blacquiere. eot, tpio ROLLS COURT-TiHURSDAY. t Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    business In a good and Improving neighbour- hood, only eight nibs from Londen, on the main road, and three from Craydon, Tile tenanto a(?e higilli' respectable and cerilonellile. The estate is copyhold of the manor of Itavensbury.-May be vIewed by Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    nieweld iy prrinisslon of the tlriant, sad virtlcu'-5flW - of Menses, Lopard atd Gy-onfnon, Cloaik-lane, City ; a0 the iirnlhbtc, Craydon: at the Auctien Mart; and of the auefisnwerll, Idossia Fell and Co., 5, Siatsaem ottisolbark. VALUABLE LEiASEIIOLI G'IOITND iOENTS Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    respscl= ble Family; the residence and property of NATHA- NIEL HILLIERyiEiof. in a delightful, part or the conrrtry between Carshaltonrarul Craydon, onlytwe^j rnil-s rfoia the Metropolis, opening «n a spacious lawn-imd pica, n- groands, with extensive walks, plantation, and-shrubb-erv i'he Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Morning Herald, TUESDAY MAY 27 1783

    out-hvuufcs, and appurtenance3 thercunto belongiu%, and ablout 77S acres of arabic and woodland, fzrete and be- ing at Selidon, near Craydon, iii the county of Surry; tIge- tfer with fgu cottages- and g esss at Sanderlirad, near Sciflra aforefaid. The Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    London Gazette, FROM TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 TO SATURDAY NOVEMBER 24 1716

    Crolen on Friday Night the idth of November Inflant, out O of the Stable of Robert Wood, at Coulfilon, near Craydon, in Surry, a brown bay Cart Mare, with an old Bridle and Saddlr, :4 Hands and an half high, Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    Appendix to ninth annual report of the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. I. Tables of the rates of increase, and of the population, deaths, and rates of mortality, at different ages,..., 1849

    Cape! 2 Dorking .... 44. Rf.icat*. 1 Reigate .... 2 Horley .... 45. Godstonit. 1 Godstone .... 46. CnornoN. 1 Craydon .... 2 Mitcham .... 1 I i 1070 1118 1015 1174 950 6S4 45 ¦ S14 1 156 1022 Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    House of Lords manuscripts. Volume I.--(New series.) The manuscripts of the House of Lords, 1693-1695. [In continuation of Historical Manuscripts Commission, fourteenth report, appendix, part VI.], 1900

    (for Appellant) opens the case. Mr. Di/as (for Appellant) ; Caxton Lauds were settled to the use of his will. Craydon Lands were not settled but by a Codicil to his Will. He allows them to be sold. We have Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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