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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The parish of Garstang GARSTANG

    3 June 1663 Robert Ditchfield , B.A. 78 Bishop of Chester depr. I. Ambrose 28 July 1677 Henry Patten , M.A. 79 The King - 6 Jan. 1678 -9 Robert Hunter 80 Silvester Richmond d. Rt. Ditchfield 9 Mar. 1679

    Elvington

    to members of the Eglesfield family for much of the 16th century. 53 In 1628 it was alienated to the Ditchfield grantees as security for the City of London 's loan to the Crown. 54 The grantees sold it to

    Parishes West Wycombe

    33; Cal. Papal Letters , v, 86; Valor Eccl . (Rec. Com.), iv, 252. Sheahan, Hist. of Bucks . 935. Ditchfield , Memorial of Old Bucks . 27. See Marlow . Cal. Pat . 1381-5 , p. 152. Dict. Nat.

    The borough of Reading Manors

    Battle for ninety-nine years; the interest passed to William Williams and others, and finally by Letters Patent to Capt. Edward Ditchfield and others, trustees for the corporation of London . 46 It seems that somewhat later the Knollys family acquired

    Townships Tarbock

    pleading to have acquiesced in the legitimacy of the former wife's children and their claim. Henry son of John de Ditchfield claimed a messuage and lands in Tarbock from Sir William Carles and his wife, who afterwards counter-claimed. Sir William

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1513-31 December 1616

    son of, 941 -, -, other sons of, 941 -, Rich., 985, 999 Discovery , the, 303, 313, p. 241 Ditchfield , , 958 Diu , 240, 266, 746 -, ship of, 550 552, 558 Dixon , Ephriam, p. 335

    Index, D, 01 January 1630-31 December 1634

    -, armourer in, see Stockman, Wm. -, letter dated aboard, 159. Disny , Thos., p. 507. Dison , Thos., 305. Ditchfield , Capt., p. 413, 449, p. 505, 613. Diu , p. 23, p. 25, 169, 249, 259. Dixon ,

    General Index, D, 01 November 1655-30 June 1656

    Discoveries of concealed estates , debts, & c. commission for Commissioners for Di ssington , co. Northumberland Diston , Wm. Ditchfield , Hugh Rebecca Ditchley , co. Oxon Divers Divines , assembly of Dobbins , Commissioner Dobson , Lieut.-Col. Doctor Subscribers-only content

    Introduction

    Correlating the two groups is difficult, partly because the abolition lists of 1791 and 1796 are incomplete. See G. M. Ditchfield, 'The Parliamentary Struggle over the Repeal of the Test and Corporation Acts, 1787 90', English Historical Review , lxxxix

    General Index, D, 01 March 1628-30 June 1629

    Capt. Thomas Disdain , the Dishe , Capt. Robert, petitions of Dishley , co. Leicester Dissington , document dated from Ditchfield , Edward petition of re-grant to Diver , see Driver. Dixley , see Dishley. Dixon , Captain Henry John, Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Manchester, merchants- DIeceuber 22, J. Shaw, Heanor, Derby, plumber-Decminier 22, R. R. Timings, Prospect ruw, Birmingham, grocer-De- cember 21, P, Ditchfield, Hindley, Lancashire, cotton spinner -January 20, S. Stocks, sen Heaton Mersey, Manchester, manufacturers-Decewber 18, W. Heginbotism, Ashtoi-s-tnder, Iyne, cotton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    landscapes and sea pieces characterised by his usual observant and artistic rendering of nature. Messrs Talfourd, Wyllie, Mawley, Topham, and Ditchfield are also good. The latter painter has changed his style of painting landscape, and, while gaining much in truth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a large gathering of spectators. The visitors kicked off, bat the " home team attacked strongly, and after a scrimmage Ditchfield pot the hall through the posts. The point l however, was disallowed for off-side play. The Vale I continued Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    headed the ball through, and at half-time the game stood-Stoke 2 goals, Port Vale 1. On the ball bein restarted Ditchfield got it past the Stoke backs, and Baliham put it through the home posts, but was off-side. Stoke afterwards Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    finish both sides played vigorously, but the htomeI team had decidedly the best of tre game. With the aid of Ditchfield and Ballham, Sproston added a third goal to the Vale record, and shortly afterwards gained a fourth point from Subscribers-only content

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