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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Burwell Nonconformity

    one of Independents, for whose worship a house on High Town may have been licensed in 1672 . 23 George Doughty , who had long preached in the area, became the leader of the Independent meeting organized, with 15 people

    Soham Nonconformity

    when a minister who also served Fordham and Burwell quitted them. Thereupon they sought assistance from the 'mechanic' preacher George Doughty , 53 under whom they combined with the Burwell congregation that he founded in 1692 . Especially in the

    Friaries Austin friars of Hull

    silver with a cross (also a chalice of silver to the church); Diones of Hull , a girdle. 9 Richard Doughty of Hull , merchant, in 1513 bequeathed to the friars a tenement next St. James's Maison Dieu. 10 John

    Colleges St Mary-on-the-Sea , Newton

    collated 7 Oct. 1452 19 Robert Ippeswell, died 1495 20 William Plome, M. A., collated 31 Dec. 1495 21 William Doughty , resigned 1498 22 William Thornburgh, LL . D., collated 19 June 1498 , 23 died 1525 24 Edmund

    Parishes Leckford

    the manor finally devolved on his two daughters, Mary Blount , widow, and Frances wife of George Brounlow Doughty . 14 Frances Doughty , by her will dated 1743 and proved 1745, left her share of the property to her

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    teitl, dc yn mwynhau yr etifedd- 13 Wry iaeth, ao yr oedd wedi cymeryd yr enw Doughty. an- Ganwyd iddo un ferch, Catherine Doughty; and ( sfyd oherwydd nad oedd garddo fab, yr oedd yr etifedd- 2 gor- iaeth yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    "t:Arm, arm, ye. brave"'.. (Judas Macca. beDous: yn deilwng o un wedi graddio yn . y gelfyddyd, ai fahijkfyd ' "Doughty Peedids " (Sulllau), gyda'r liony daeth y cyngerdi derfyniad. : Dylem gofnedi * bbefyd ymddangosiad eyntaf .(can bellie ag Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    S.4AWJRDVr S LONDON GAZETTE. BiAiNKItUPi'C7V SUPERSEDED. -5, ,..Gtti ,jien. imllgitlto-ll lli [oil, merchant. BANK tU PTS. lr p- A rl idei-treeat, Strand, stationler. Attorney, Mr. GI, , uliff -IinnI. ; (lFC"'it oa~ieilllailmm et. fisliemonger. Attorney, Mr. C'- h A Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from a Picture by apharbel H i in the Collection of the Earl of Essex.-MASON, byA. WA, RengS Picture by Doughty, in the Collection of the Earl of Harcourt fr, On royal 8vo. paper, los.; on French paper, to. 16s. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ItRuoans, from a Picture by RaphaelBeats, in the Colleceion of the Earl of .Essex.-MASON, by A. WssEaN, rNana Picture by Doughty, in the Collection of the Earl of Harcoort. On royale8vo. paper, u2s.; on French paper, 4to. 16s. 6d.; Proofs Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 April 1699, 17 April 1699

    and Appeal of Philip Cotton &al. Doughty Efquire, from feveral Decrees, Orders, ana Proceedings, made in the Court of Chancery, oil the Behalf of "Thomas Cotton Efquire and Philadelphia his Wife, and Edward Doughty Gentleman ; and praying the Reverfal Subscribers-only content

    25 April 1699, 25 April 1699

    which they have agreed, without any Amendment. Doughty <verfus Cotton. It is Ordered,, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo¬ ral in Parliament affembled. That this Houfe will hear the Caufe wherein Philip Doughty is Appellant, and Thomas Cotton and others Subscribers-only content

    1 May 1699, 1 May 1699

    " Samuel Bernardeau, " Lords." which is agreed to by the Meffage te H. C. for a Conference about it. Doughty "verj'us Cotton. A Meffage was fent to, the Houfe of Commons, by Sir Robert Legard and Mr. Meredith : Subscribers-only content

    3 May 1699, 3 May 1699

    Philip Doughty Efquire, from feveral Decrees, Orders, and Proceedings, in the Court of Chancery, on the Be¬ half of Thomas Cotton Efquire ; as alfo upon the Anfwers of the faid Thomas Cotton and his Wife, and Edward Doughty, put Subscribers-only content

    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 12 Car. II - 13 Ann. Vols. XI - XIX

    ;-Naturalization Bill, 2 Ann. xvii. 382 a. COTTON, THOMAS: e£ [7*. e£ ai. Respondents to Appeal of Doughty, 11 Will. 3. wide Doughty, Philip. COTTONIAN LIBRARY: Bill 12-13 Will. 3. for settling and preserving same;-from H.C.; and read 1% xvi. Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DOUGHTY, Michael, of Lathom; later of Thornley, Lancs.

    DOUGHTY, Michael, of Lathom; later of Thornley, Lancs. Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs 1586 Preston 1589 Liverpool 1593 Biography Doughty entered the service of Henry, 4th Earl of Derby, by 1587, and became one of the ‘trusted and approved servants and

    DOUGHTY, Richard (b.c.1515), of Derby.

    DOUGHTY, Richard (b.c.1515), of Derby. Constituency Dates Derby 1559 Biography Little is known about Doughty, who may have been a mercer, like his father and his brother Robert. In 1592, when he gave evidence in a dispute between the burgesses

 

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