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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Llanymynech J. Lewis, Rhymney W. Lews, Oenhadwr J. Jones, Brynrodyn T. Jerman Jones, eto Cad. Roberts, Pentrefoelas E. J. Evans, Crew J. Walters, Ystradgynlais )IEDYDDNVYR: Parch. R. Hughes, Maesteg Paech. W. Harries, Heolyfelin G. R. Jones, Fforddlas J. James, Valley Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dynu ya ol yr Brodyr Deiwiedig V'Wc Hordeinjo o Sir Filint. LD Mri. Edward Roberts, Brymbo; John Hughes ir Parry, Crew; Hugh Jones, Llaurhaiadr; Ellis Lloyd, ga, a Peter Ellis, Rhiwabon. P Cymeradwywyd hwvnt. Cenadwrii o Ddwyrain Meirionydd, a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y Parchn. J. P. Davies, M[.A., Caerileon, R. E~dwards, Wyddgrug, HI.. Barrow Williams, V~ecsam; B. Jones, Bagillt,; J.I Hughes Parry, Crew; E. J. Evans, Hanky; J. Jones, Mostyn; a D. Charles Evans, Rhyl. SIR GAERFYRDDIN.-Cynhaliwyd Cyfarfod Misol y sir hon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHAS AMAETHYDDOL SIR DREFALDWYN. ; Cynhaliwyd seithfed arddangosiad y gymdeithb- ai as uchod yn Maehyilletb, dydd Gwener, yr 214in, in cyntisol. Y llywydd am y Gwyddyn, y Gwir AnrhydL 1 eddas Ardalydd Londonderry, K.P. Trysoryddion, iMri. Back, a'i gwmni, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mar nchgl eu cri atg, y buont erioed. Ac nid oes dim yn digwydd na cby- meii mantos arnoai geisio Crew teimladan rhyfelgar, fel nadx yw amzer gwylio mewn uin modd drosodd. ' Mae prinder newyddion a fies y rhyfel Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 9 [St. Mildreds.] Breadstreet Ward. [Monuments.]

    Sinne now invents new fraud: Guy Vaux is sent Ambassador to Styx, And thence returning, furnisheth with Trickes His damned Crew , who forth withall conclude, To blow up King, the State, and Multitude. The great Plague, 1625 . The

    Book 1, Chapter 29 Uproars, Mutinies and Riots.

    and Riots. their Crew , they would presently murder him: insomuch that when the Night was come, no Man durst adventure to walk in the Streets. When this had continued long, it fortuned, that as a crew of Young and

    Book 6, Chapter 2 The Monastery of St. PETER.

    Hon. Mon. V. I. C. On a Pillar on the North Side of the high Altar is this Inscription. Juliana Crew Virgo Pientissima, Charissima, & unica Filia Ranulphi de Crewe , Equitis Aurati, Regii Tribunalis Capitalis Justiciarii, ex Juliana de

    Book 1, Chapter 23 College of Heralds. Heraldo-Memoriale.

    Herald at Arms. When some had told Norroy (as was said before) that he was a Counterfeit, others of Kett's Crew knew him, and averred they had seen him in Scotland and Bologne ; which somewhat pacify'd the rest, and

    Book 4, Chapter 3 Suburbs. Lincolns Inn Chapel.

    4. Willielmus Jones, Miles, unus Justiciariorum Domini Regis de Banco, ac nuperrimè Capitalis Justiciarius Capital. Banci in Hibernia. 5. Ranulphus Crew , Miles, Sereniss. Dom. JACOBI Regis Serviens ad Legem. 6. Thomas Harrys , Baronettus & Serviens ad Legem. 7.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hatcham ( Parish of Deptford St Paul )

    holding it, from whom it was acquired by John Edwards . 36 It apparently came a little later to Randulph Crew , east country merchant and citizen of London , who in 1635 was holding a manor of Hatcham and

    Sport, ancient and modern Racing

    run in the Ring in Hyde Park ; 6 but they appear from an allusion to them in A Jovial Crew , a comedy by Richard Broome , written in 1650 , 7 to have been combined with foot-races, one

    Parishes Wolfhamcote

    his brothers and sisters. 97 The manor is said to have been granted by the Crown in 1598 to Ranulph Crew and Richard Cartwight , who at once conveyed it to Robert Clarke and four other persons. 98 By 1652

    Parishes Dauntsey

    on the escarpment in the southeast, may first have been used for a farmstead in the mid 16th century. 59 Crew 's Farm in the northeast is of 18th-century or earlier origin, and Union Farm beside Church Lane and Waite

    Enfield Churches

    tithes in the rest of the parish, including 175 a. between the Hadley and East Barnet roads, 47 a. near Crew 's Hill , and 118 a. in the common marshes and north of Turkey Street ; 3 a. was

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CREW, John (c.1598-1679), of Steane, Northants and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx.

    CREW, John (c.1598-1679), of Steane, Northants and Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx. Constituency Dates Amersham May 1624 Amersham 1625 Brackley 1626 Banbury 1628 Northamptonshire Apr. 1640 Brackley Nov. 1640 Northamptonshire 1654 Northamptonshire 1660 Ofifces Held J.p. Northants. 1634-49, 1656-d., commr.

    MONTAGU, Hon. Charles (c.1658-1721), of Jermyn St., London and Belford, Northumb.

    palatine and see of Durham prior to the Revolution. He owed this advancement to the patronage of his uncle Nathaniel Crew, bishop of Durham, and it was Crew’s continued favour in the 1690s that led to Montagu’s involvement in the

    CREW, Thomas (c.1624-97), of Steane, Northants.

    CREW, Thomas (c.1624-97), of Steane, Northants. Constituency Dates Northamptonshire 1656 Brackley 1659 Brackley 1660 Brackley 18 July 1661 Brackley Mar. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. Northants. 1656-at least 1666, commr. for militia 1659, Mar. 1660, assessment Aug. 1660-79, dep. lt.

    VINCENT, Walter I (1631-80), of Truro, Cornw.

    1660 Mitchell Mar. 1679 Mitchell Oct. 1679 July 1680 Ofifces Held Alderman, Lostwithiel 1652-60; j.p. Crew. 1657-July 1660, Aug. 1660-62, 1673-d., commr. for assessment 1657, 1664-d., militia Mar. 1660, recorder, Falmouth by 1674-d. Biography Vincent’s grandfather was a younger son

    CREWE, Ranulf (1558-1646), of Lincoln's Inn; later of Crewe Hall, Barthomley, Cheshire.

    CREWE, Ranulf (1558-1646), of Lincoln's Inn; later of Crewe Hall, Barthomley, Cheshire. Constituency Dates Brackley 1597 Saltash 1614 Ofifces Held Bencher, L. Inn 1600, Autumn reader 1602, keeper of black bk. 1606-7, treasurer 1610-11; serjeant-at-law 1615; King’s serjeant 1624;

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

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    Participant: John Crew[Crew] Role: testator Details: male; armiger, deceased Location: Crew Hall (Crew Hall) : habitation Place(s): Barthomley (Cheshire) Crewe (Crew) : undefined Chester (Cestrien) : diocese Cheshire Participant: Anne Offley [Offley; Ofley] Alternate name: Anne Crew[Crew] Role:


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