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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Graveley Nonconformity

    free, in 1851 , when the minister from St. Neots claimed an average attendance of 40. 40 In 1857 Robert Crow of Duck End farm built beside the Offord road a small new chapel, which he let cheaply to the

    Hospitals Crowmarsh

    the hospital. In 1232 the king granted an oak to the master of the hospital of St. Mary Magdalen of Crow marsh, to make shingl es for the roof of the church of the hospital. 6 By a deed of

    Houses of Benedictine monks The priory of Freiston

    probably founded soon after the year 1114. It was in that year that Alan de Creoun presented to Crow land Abbey the church of Freiston , 1 and later on, according to Peter of Blois, placed there a prior and

    The hundred of Ringwood Index Map to the Hundred of Ringwood

    assessed at 3 hides and 1 virgate as against 33 hides in the days of the Confessor. 3 Bisterne and Crow , tithings of Ringwood , were in 'Rodedic' Hundred. In the time of King Edward they were assessed at

    Parishes Ringwood

    Fauconer selling Crow to William Button , 80 who died seised in 1547 . 81 He left a son and heir of the same name, who dying in 1591 left a son and heir Ambrose, but settled Crow on his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1M44 D O O fti; y .; ij) . : X - i- MkIWQLARM iY PA, Ci fFUkES fED.-- 'IVCARD, iRISIARTEDDUD UOi-WYKNBDIDE )i b f ,,I r 1. -i .~ + . .r,..|. 1<. -I *-- 1-i *-1 £ Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    un '20osn. Oas9- ayniEd Y e6r oeddelD carn "SbeP; fntholedy"W (Bishop) ; ddeebreU; .a :charnsyaied o3odd diweddo a~r "~bOUgh and Crow.". -.Ni theimladd nDh aWy~dd ,eySgO cards, bnaaai y cyugerdd wediV ei ddistrywyiiO 5 da nad oedd d7~ lanwad mawr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    '0! na chawn farwv n yr haf;" ".Gloria; " " Coam- rades' Song of Hope,;" "Call John;," "The Chongh and Crow;" "The Anvil." Cynorthwyid hwynt gan i gyfeillion o Dalsarnau. Rhifai y cor oddeutu 65, oll yn a bobl ieuainc. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John BIayan. Addurnedig 110 o iDrr:hecrun Ia. 121, lU01fi ALAWON Y DOWNY Neob'. ens 1)o lie,0.. CORPR 0 DDUWINYIDD1AETll 'aj Crow.,, Lewvis, )DR Gyda Thraetha'wd Rhaga rwehoarl I llaes I tteydlditlliet, gan L. Edwards, D.D. flvr-tltw itt TRAETHODAU LLENX'DDUL "en Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y gwersyllai, prysurodd y Oadfridog P4 rook i'illegyda cholofnao 12000 aeirhillwyr, yn eynwy, hews mAwr o ldiaid eyfeillgar-'r Snake &'r Crow -Wdisns. Pan gaafydda-ant y symudiad dadh y Siox allan, yu rhifo 2500, a obyfrfyddMOSat y Caca fridog CibO yohydig Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 12 The Circuit Walk. Deptford.

    the 16. Day of March, 1618 . On the North Side of this Quire, a worthy Memorial of Sir Sackevile Crow , for seeling and beautifying of that North Ile. In the new Church appear divers Monuments and Hatchments, that

    Book 3, Chapter 8 [Present State Faringdon Ward within. of this Ward.]

    passage into Angel street, an indifferent Place, and is but part in this Ward. Over against Christ Church , is Crow Court, which is but small. Near unto this Lane is the Bagnio, a neat contrived Building after the Turkish

    Book 6, Chapter 5 St. Martin's in the Fields.

    as he told them, where they were breaking open Fences. And so they crossed from thence unto a Field called Crow Field, at the upper End of Hyde Park , where they found the Gate opened before they came; and

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    CROW, Mitford (1669-1719), of Isleworth, Mdx.

    force arrived at Barcelona, Crow joined them, remaining there until the following May, sending back what were now increasingly gloomy reports about the mishandling of relations with the Spaniards and the growing alienation of the Catalans. Crow returned to Genoa

    GAWDY, Sir Charles, 1st Bt. (c.1635-1707), of Crow's Hall, Debenham, Suff.

    GAWDY, Sir Charles, 1st Bt. (c.1635-1707), of Crow's Hall, Debenham, Suff. Constituency Dates Eye 8 Nov. 1678 Eye Mar. 1679 Eye 1681 Eye 1685 Ofifces Held J.p. Suff. July 1660-?89; commr. for assessment, Suff. Aug. 1660-80, 1689-92, Orford 1679-80;

    PITT, John (c.1673-1731), of Crow’s Hall, Debenham, Suff.

    period has caused considerable confusion, but the return for Stockbridge in January 1701 identifies the Member as John Pitt of Crow Hall. It was presumably the same man, then MP for St. Ives, who in 1703 signed a recommendation to

    NORRIS, Sir Henry I (c.1525-1601), of Rycote, Oxon. and Bray, Berks.

    NORRIS, Sir Henry I (c.1525-1601), of Rycote, Oxon. and Bray, Berks. Constituency Dates Berkshire 1547 Oxfordshire 1571 Ofifces Held In King’s service by Aug. 1544; official of royal stables by 1546; gent. of privy chamber to Edw. VI by


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