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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Gloucester Aldermen, 1483-1835

    1615 1567 Thos. Wicks d. 1572 1569 Wm. Sandford clothier d. 1570 1570 Peter Romney clothier d. 1577 1571 Ric. Cugley baker d. 1586 1571 Thos. Francombe merchant d. 1579 1572 Jas. Morse tanner d. 1578 1574 Thos. Machen mercer

    Index A-J

    John, Prior of Stanley, crosses, Crozier, Mr. (fl. 1834), cruck-framed buildings, Cruger, Hen., Sam. Peach, see Peach Crump, Dan., Thos., Cugley , John, Cullimore, - (fl. 1922), - (fl. 1967), s. of preceding), Culver House , the, see Newnham ,

    Index A - K

    St. Mary 's Lane Crypt school , see education, secondary educ. Cuba , Havana in, 447 Cuff , Rob., 375 Cugley : Hen. (fl. 1594), 352 Hen. (d. 1669), 377, 395 Hen. (? same as preceding), 400 Ric., 376 Culliford

  • * British History Online *

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    General Index, C, D, E, 05 July 1613-03 July 1615

    281, 313, 321 Crutchley [Crouchley ] , Thomas, 97, 211, 289 Cudgell , John, 74, 308 Cuffeld , Edmund, 245 Cugley , Richard, 277 Cumings [Cominges ] -, Alice, 44 -, Francis, 44 -, John, 197 Cungden , Margaret, 74

    Index of names and places, G

    Dr., ii. 1431. Globes , ii. 1210. Gloucester (Glocester), i. 79, 418, 678. aldermen of. See Brewster; Capell; Clutterbuck; Collet; Cugley; Edwards; Hill; Jordan; Maddox; Nurse; Pury; Singleton; Stephens; Wise. assessment of, i. 87, 91, 225, 518, 519, 532, 959,

    Index, C, 01 January 1713-31 December 1713

    192. Crusado, an ecclesiastical imposition in Minorca, 144. Cuffee, William, ensign in Bowles ' s regiment, half pay for, 477. Cugley, David, captain in Wittewrong ' s regiment, half pay for, 211. Cullum, Thomas, master of the Freinds ' Goodwill

    June 1657, An Act for an Assessment upon England at the Rate of Sixty thousand Pounds by the Moneth, for three Moneths., 09 June 1657-09 June 1657

    Wil. Coke, Sylvanus Wood, Wil. Selwyn, Walter Rawleigh, Esqs; Dennis Wise, Luke Nourse, Lawrence Singleton, Jasper Clutterbuck, John Maddocks, Hen. Cugley, James Stephens, Anthony Edwards and Edmond Collet, Aldermen; Edward Nourse, Tho. Pury the younger, John Dorney, Esqs; Robert Tedder,

    Index, C, 01 January 1718-31 December 1718

    the Earl of Galway's Spanish Regiment of Foot, 175. Cuffe , Denny, cornet, half pay officer in Ireland, 88, 394. Cugley , David, captain, half pay officer in Ireland, 398. Culliford , , Surveyor of Customs in Southampton, 625. -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (by the Rev. E. C. Scobell), H. E. Collett, son of John Collett, Birmingham, to S. M. Cugley, second daughter of Jamns Cugley. Gloucester. DAPLBTut1L-KX3EN.---Of the 5th inst. at Edghoatou l'arisli Church (by the lier, Cresswell Strange, MKi. HA eorge Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At Ardrosuan, September 29, the ship Lord Cairns, Dann, from Belfast, At Londonderry, September 27, the barque Countess of Dafferin, Cugley, from Baltimore. At Londonderry, September 29, the barwqne Willie, frooi Baltimore. At Dablin, Stptenmber 29, the as Ang'ian, Waleh, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Great Maplestead. Objections being raised, he betook himself to Lower Amberley, near Hereford ; thence to Alma Villa, at Cugley, near Newent, Gloucestershire, at both of wbich places be had illicit intercourse with the female servants; and for that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Maple- stead. Objections being raised, he betook himself to Lower ; Auiberley, near Hereford ; theuce to Alma Villa, at Cugley, near Newent, Gloucestershire, at both of which places he had illicit intercourse with the female servants; and for that! Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    , stead. Objections being raised, he betook himself to Lower j Amberley, near Hereford ; thence to Alma Villa, at Cugley, ' near New ent. Gloucestershire, at both of which places he had illicit intercourse with the female servants ; Subscribers-only content

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