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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Whitechapei. Montague, 2353 ... I ... ... Cowan, 1972 MARYLEBONE, Gorilewin Haunt, 3093 1 - ... Trower, 1595. Knight, 701 Diggle, 101 SOUTHWARK, Rhanbarth Bermondsey Rogers, S469 ... 1 Lafone, 3386 SOUTEWARK, Rhanbarth Rotherhithe Hamilton, 3327 1 .. Pankhurst, 2800 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arweinyld plaid. Gwrthododd v blaid arall dderbyn y cynygiad um heddwch, a chyinygiodd MIr. Diggle fod: Arglwydd G. Hamilton yn cymeryd y gadair. Oynhyrfodd araeth Mr. Diggle y teimlad yn fawrn a chydag anhawsder y medrai y cadeir- ydd amn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cases of deafness that seem almost miraculous, are reported and confirmed by ministers and citizens of unquestionable responsibility. Mr Jas. Diggle, a well-known merchant of No. 2, Sherrard Road Leicester, writes that he had suffered from deafness for twelve years, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    permitted to be present. Nothing conclusive, however, was arrived at, and as adjou rnmeft was resolred Dpon.-A suspicious character, named Diggle, underwent a rigid examination 'on Wednesday, at the adjourned inquest, and some clothes be had offered for sale were Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    trial, ouoing to the singular atroteity of mte cruites impailed to the prisener, excited a veiv exfraordiklary degree of inileeft. Diggle is in apyearaulce a stout, heallery, and aetive nuam of abotit 30 br 35, Ie hsas saudy hair; blue Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Colleges Chester-le-Street

    Nicholas Hulme , coll. 10 February, 1412 -13, p.m. R. Ashburn 26 John Akum , occ. October, 1417 27 Richard Diggle (Digyll), coll. October, 1417 , by exch. with Akum 28 John of Newton , occ. 1454 29 John Baldwin

    Westbury Lesser estates

    the Ballard and Seagram families until the beginning of the 20th century when it passed, also by marriage, to the Diggle family. 99 In c . 1934 it was bought by Sir Horace Seymour . 1 Bratton House was built

    Parishes Yateley

    messuage, garden, and orchard called Colcatts, containing 4 acres of land. 2a In 1 740 Colcatts was occupied by the Diggle family. 3 Frogmore Park , the seat of Mrs. Fitz Roy , is situated in a small, well-timbered park


    see Stafford Devonshire, Dew, John, Jos., Ric., Thos., Wm., Dickson, Maj.Gen. J. B. B., Dieulouard ( Lorraine ), monastery of, Diggle fam., Dilton , chaplain of, Dilton (Old), in Westbury , adv., agric., bells, chap., char., ch., n , cloth


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