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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Crutch

    cent.); la Crouche (xiv cent.); Croyche, Crouch next le Wich (xvi cent.); Crutch alias St. James (xvii cent.). Crutch probably became extra-parochial in 1178 , when the tithes were assigned to the nuns of Westwood in exchange for their claim

    Hayes Economic and social history

    At this date there were over 1,304 a. in 11 open fields. Three of these, Broadmead Field, Greathedge Field, and Crouch Field were well over 200 a. each, and three more, Botwell West, Botwell South, and Botwell North or East

    Standlake Local government

    f. 9v. Ibid. ff. 7v.-8, 9v., 41v.-42v.; Bodl. MS. Top. Oxon . c 768/1-2, no. 73; cf. below, charities, s.v. Crouch . O.R.O., PAR 248/2/A 1/1, f. 18 and v. Ibid. ff. 6v.-7. Ibid. ff. 7v., 17v. Ibid. f. 20.

    Parishes Basildon

    her life. 51 In 1331 Peter le Boteler, together with John and Nicholas atte Crouch , who held the manor (perhaps as trustees), and Edmund atte Crouch , 52 Peter Fraunkeleyn and Stephen de Stekkeby, who held other estates in

    Banbury Economic history THE OXFORDSHIRE HAMLETS OF BANBURY PARISH C. 1700

    1330 was licensed to impark the wood of Crouch and 300 a. adjoining. 24 Whereas the earlier imparkment of 1215 may have meant simply the creation of a small preserve around Crouch hill, the 1330 licence led to the extinguishing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . Parish officer's rneglect of a poor mian, 703.. Child stealing, 01, 19.. Recovery of a lost son, 7rg.. M. (Crouch charged 'tth in'eigling a child 795-. Hospital surgeenss with decapitating a crpse, 783.. Mrs. Paston With cruelty To her Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    r. We,1j. Dean, Kenton street, Rw'kei-sqdiare, Y'hofeeer Dec. 6, 13 J.n 4a t .Mr. Henson, Dorsat street4 $a(ishvr-qare - -. Crouch; Cnckfleld, Sussex, grae flee 0, 20, lan. 14, at ten, at ,Gnid nile tnd. Aatocaev, Ill Stone, Tunbviizge-WellssWenc, G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trie testirnony of the Ore e'tr.i',s*-.lere the M.Akc!S'RmArt reruaiked rhe contradic- t evi 'ence given. by t'he isiresses; hat said Crouch, Saun- er-s and Robinsion, wereaiot examined ota oathr their declaratioc II bein g i-v~ervoliitaiilv ;tl> opt it ivm's ariSi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    reasoned with mavself. I ta ri;> tire yconr roanr, iF riete sas' ro Miliister of the E st i blir-l'-d Crouch otto trod moncy to lisirle'e I-Ie a'- hre didj not .Kn osa-M iv horses were readv. I threw the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sceue; Which promise heing usade, itle defencdant was discharged. QUEEN-SQUARtE. On Friday, three privates ii thie Life Guairds, naimed Fife, Crouch, and Seutons, were ch7rged with ariot n assault its she Bedford Arms, Chelsea. It seeois thiey had heen drinlahig) Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 Aldersgate Ward. [St. Leonards Foster Lane.]

    gone, Let them goe to thy Find-faults, and have none. Poor maymed Souldiers sore-sick hearted Men, That under Miseries hard Crouch did bow, Were freely cur'd, me thinkes they cry: Lord, When, Where shall we finde our good Physician no

    Book 6, Chapter 1 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    of the Royal Blood . ] Margaret Countess of Richmond and Darby, Mother to Henry the Seventh . Edmund (sirnamed Crouch -back) second Son to Henry the First , first Earl of Lancaster , Darby , and Leicester ; and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    14 March 1738, 14 March 1739

    L. Cadogan. L. Mm/on. Ii. Raymond. With a Bill, intituled, " An A& to enable Join " Crouch Efquire, Eldeft Son of Pyke Crouch Efquire, Hodie 2a vice lecla eft Billa, intituled, " An Aft for Worth's Bill, " felling Subscribers-only content

    14 March 1738, 14 March 1739

    and defire their Con¬ currence thereunto. Hodie ia vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft tocrtmehtotakt ," .enable John Crouch Efquire, Elded Son oiPyke Crouch^ Name.°f « -Efquire, decqafed, and the Heirs Male of his.Body, to y ' " Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1738, 19 March 1739

    appointed. <c Bill. Hodie 2a vice lecla efi Billa, intituled, " An Aft Crouch to t^ to enable John Crouch Efquire, Eldeft Son of Pyke lh£ Crouch Efquire, deceafed, and the Heirs Male of his Body, to take and ufe Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1738, 23 March 1739

    Affirmative. VJ Hodie 3a vice kela efl Billa, intituled, " An Aft to Crouch to take " enable John Crouch Efquire, Eldeft Son of Pyke^N™()-f " Crouch Efquire, deceafed, and the Heirs Male of his y "' " Body, to Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1739, 10 April 1739

    " Annuity, by an Affeffment on the Parifh of Woolwich, " during the Lives of Mary Wifeman and Elizabeth " Crouch, and the Life of the Survivor of them, pur- " fuant to the faid Will;" to which they defire Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CROUCH, Thomas (1607-79), of Trinity Hall, Cambridge.

    CROUCH, Thomas (1607-79), of Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Constituency Dates Cambridge University 1660 Cambridge University 1661 Ofifces Held Fellow of King’s 1629-50; proctor, Camb. Univ. 1643, 1649-50; commr. for assessment, Camb. Univ. and Cambridge Aug. 1660-3, 1664-74, 1677-9, loyal and

    PAKINGTON, Sir John, 2nd Bt. (1621-80), of Westwood Park, Worcs.

    steered through committee by Thomas Crouch with one amendment, and passed, and he successfully claimed privilege to stay legal proceedings affecting his title to certain Droitwich salt deposits. His Aylesbury estate bill reappeared in 1664. Crouch again took the chair

    MANNERS, John, Lord Roos (1638-1711), of Belvoir Castle, Leics.

    bill be enabled to marry, that his family might be kept up by his posterity, which otherwise would extinguish’. Thomas Crouch, who usually spoke on behalf of the clergy, urged that the bill should be referred to Convocation, while the

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Q. Mary. Persecution in Norfolke. Seaman, Carman. Hudson, Martyrs.

    and three nightes together, refusyng meate and other talke, to the greate wonder of many.Iohn Crouch bewraieth Thomas Hudson to the Constables.Then one Ihō Crouch his next neighbor, went to the Constables Robert Marsham, and Robert Lawes in the night,

 

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