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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Farmington

    Richard Fifhyde, chaplain, and a large estate of 113/4 yardlands (664 a.) held by John Culmer . Culmer was probably a relative of Thomas Culmer , rector of Edington and lord of Farmington manor c . 1406-31 , 155 and

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    244 Ric. de (fl. 1310), 237 Ric. de (d. 1336, s. of preceding), 237 Rob. de, 237 family, 242, 247 Culmer : John, 75-6 Thos., 75 Culpepper : Sir Alex ., 95 Sir Ant ., 95, 97 Thos. (d. 1541),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Miller, J. Saudwell G. Emptage, T. Holborn, W. Ralph, R. Gilbert, R. Packer. Saved fourteen hands. Crew of the Culmer White, on her second trip to save the captain and pilot.-J. Convell, W. Wales, J. Miller, J. Wal- ker, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By J. S. Laurie. (Feap. 8vo, pp. 92.) Longman and Co. VERiSE.-' The Golden Lirk.' A Poem-Romance. By John Wrayl Culmer. (Fcsp. 8vo, pp. 100.) Low, Son, and Co.-' Sir Aberdour; or, the Sceptic.' A Romaunt. By Walter P. J. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ratuls for guiding islongll, anld alsO for regulating the deptl i' working the samne. Dated Mtarch 1S, 1870. William T.. Culmer, Londonm, a new or improved womld I manufactulring brushe3. Dated M~arch 23, 1870. Patents on which the Stanmp Duty Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    £WAYTED " CLA~SSofADVERTISEATEA Irer cneaiOcutii'C insertions of tile "Issues of smell Aslverlisermelot patiularilsifl below thu followi )r h preesaid chairges:- 16 Words. Once ...,......to 32 words, Once ...... Is. Ca Ditto, f U11elli1prtionsis. Ia. Oil. S.it ilro netoo. 2o. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE ALLEGED NEXT-OF.KIN FRAUDS. MAGISTERIAL PROCEEDINGS. thi Yesterday, at the Birmingham I'olice Court, before seE Messrs. Kyunersley, Elkiigtosi, aitd Baker, Edward Bceton trr (33), 4escribed can dreper, of IAdfypool [Dune, Sparlebrook, Ve was placed in the dock uponi a Subscribers-only content

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