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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Edmonton Manors

    to William Cecil , Lord Burghley , when he bought Curle's title, 73 having in 1585 acquired that of William Dowgill , a London haberdasher, who had acquired the interests of the other creditors. 74 Burghley's lands passed to Robert

    Index A-J

    Jos., Dorman (Derman), Lucy, Dorset , earls of, see Sackville Douglas , Bp. John, Dove : F. N., W. W., Dowgill , Wm., Downer : John, Thos., Downhills , see Tottenham , mans. and other estates Doyle , Nic. Grattan,

  • * British History Online *

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    EDWARDS, Richard

    taken E was absolved. Verdict innocent 4 April 1617 Entry E, 'apothecarie', was charged by Dr Goulston with treating Mr Dowgill. He said that he had only given what was prescribed by Dr Clement. Initiator of the complaint college member

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Dunstan in the West

    and Tun Brewhouse 40 Widow Walton 35 Thos. Chappell 20 Richd. Lewis 30 Kellam Collins 24 John Heath 5 Robt. Dowgill 25 Jas. Walmesley 30 Philip Eden 15 Alex. Normyngton 24 Jas. Harding 30 Owen Trevor Thos. Pease 12 Hugh

    Yorkshire Fines, 1581

    son and heir apparent Manor of Meltham and 6 messuages and 2 cottages with lands in Meltham. Henry Laycocke Miles Dowgill and Katherine his wife Messuage with lands in Follyfaite. Francis Pell William Burton and Elizabeth his wife Messuage in

    Yorkshire Fines, 1599, 01 January 1599-31 December 1599

    William Bubwyth , and against Bonifacius Savage , brother of William , and George Greene , and their heirs. Henry Dowgill William Tankard, esq., and Grace his wife and Henry Genkyns, esq., and Dorothy his wife Messuage with lands in

    Index of names, A-J

    , 12, 19, 34, 92, 168, 187. Doughtye , 95. Dowe , 5, 41. Dowfyn , als . Dolphin, 51. Dowgill , 127. Dowke , als . Duke, 74. Dowlye , 117, 140, 172. Dowminge , 63. Downes , 52.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Plant 10, Sinedley b Planlt 7, Dewier c Yiehwiek b SmIthb 2, Bostaton run out 18, Murphy b Smith 0, Dowgill not out 26, if. Bowler b Smith 15, Hunt is Fislawick 0, E. Dewier not out 4, extras 11; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of iXildwick, tiie deceruac s Executorse-Silsdni, Nov. 10th, 1826. FI iO BENJA\IINDOWGILL's CREDITORS.- I All Persons to vwhom. Be lijarin Dowgill, late, of Wood- house ('arr, ir the Parish of Leeds, lr tjie.Cooiuty of Yerk, Stone Mason, stood lidelited at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr ailaiaForat' tr, Orocer, Ortley, mic of thle mhaiagnoas. rFW¶O'B.TENJA111i N D)0W'&I LL's CREDLI)TOIRS.- .I -APl i'eralonsi to whomn liefflartiini Dowgill, late uof W~oodi bi'lylee Cart', 1n thle Palitll (it' .eedyi itiin 7e Cuntcy of Yoe, , sttone. Mleeon, littia Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -01....2 Lot 9. ligh1 Meadow.......... 1. 12 0 A Litill hotuk ... ..... ....I Li More1. Ia 21) (eapi I~ttle Dowgill onil Baorn ... . M I. 1 3 30AP; ShLopl Pasture .........1'- 111 1111 ISO Low Side. A 4-13 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Mliss Ann iMlilligan, of H1alifilx. Lately, at Leeds, Mwr. ,Jolit Dickinsoon, plumber antid gla- 'tl zier, to Dliss Elizabeth Dowgill, all of' Pateley-bridge. re At Stepncy, *I. I-I. Oxberry, Esq. of the lnglisht Opera H-Jouse, and fonrmerly of the Subscribers-only content

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