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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The colleges and halls Downing Downing College. Barry of eight pieces azure and vert agriffin or and a border azure with eight roses argent . [Granted 1801 ]

    The colleges and halls DowningDOWNING COLLEGE Downing College. Barry of eight pieces azure and vert agriffin or and a border azure with eight roses argent . [Granted 1801 ] Foundation. The Downing family was apparently of East Anglian origin:

    Parishes Knowle

    manor, 1635: Downing , op. cit. 408-9. Chan. Proc. Eliz. (Rec. Com.), i, 317. A list of the wills proved in the manor court between 1726 and 1790 is given by Downing , op. cit. 393-4. See below. Downing ,

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    and by archivists, librarians, and bursars in charge of the college records of Gonville and Caius, Christ 's, Clare , Downing , Jesus , King's, Peterhouse, Queens', St. John 's, and Trinity Colleges, Cambridge , and of New College ,

    Parishes East Hatley

    144-5; Downing Coll . Mun., V IA, settlement 1683. Possibly Kennitt had renounced the glebe at inclosure. Downing maps 1750. Downing Coll . Mun., V 1E, val. 1801; P.R.O., HO 67/9; Camb . Chron . 27 June, 1807 . Downing

    Parishes Tadlow

    1. Downing Coll . Mun., V 1A, settlement 1683. Ibid.; C.U.L., E.D.R., H 1/2 ( Croydon terrier 1639). Illustrated on Downing maps 1750. R.C.H.M. Cambs . i. 205. Cambs. Local Hist. Counc. Bull . xxxi. 20. Downing maps 1750. Downing

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn anfon at y Cyngor Addysg am awdurdod i ethol Bwrdd Ysgol, ac anfoner hwnw at y Secretary, Education Department, Downing. Street, London. Yn y plwyfydd, rhodder rhy- ; budd am saith niwrnod ar ddrysau yr addoldai, wedi ei arwydd-nodi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I personau canlynol' -:A-rdalydd tartington, 2Mr. Disraeli, y Cyfreithiwr Cyffredinol dros'Iwerddon, Mr. :Hardy, Syr George Grey, Mikriad Wilson- Patten, Mr. .Downing, Is.Iarl" Sandon, Mr. Jamees, Mr. Pemberton,.Mr. Maguire, Mr. -Russell Gurney, Mr. G'regory, Mr. Bruen, ac O'Conor Don. Y mae' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,bod y gwaith yrnlierodrol ag a sydd yn perthyn yn gyffredinol i'r deyrnas, g ymhesll ar 'ol. Dyiia3 iaith Heol Downing ;- and a meddwl hyn yna i gyd, oei gyfieithau i iaith: b eglur a chysefin trigolion Ynys Brydain Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oreu, gyda dilyniad ar y delyn necu, y berdoneg, wedi ei chjfansoddi mewnarddull.qy*rig,. awobr 2p. 2e., a bathodyn; buddugol, Mr.. Downing Evans, Casnewydd, .- Am y casgliad goreu o Redyn .sydd yn gynhenid i Gymru, mewn potiau, gydag enwsu arnynt; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Weinyddiaeth Doiiaidd bresenol setlo ey pwnc, y caif ei b6nderfynn mor fuan ag y gwelir Gxweinyrddiaeth Ryddfrydol unwaith eto yn Downing P street. U Un o "arwyddion yr amserau" yw y Pilot, new*yddiadur TchelI-EgIvysig sydd newydd ddechreu cael i gyhoeddi Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 2, Chapter 6 Bishopsgate Ward. Bethlem.

    the great Ditch in the West, the which is called Deep Ditch: And in breadth, to the Lands of Raph Downing in the North: And to the Land of the Church of St. Buttolph in the South. To have and

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 6, page 1452 (1563)

    they be in the Realme that can say more, then here I haue expressed. For as Boner, Storye, Thorndon, Harpesfielde, Downing, with other, were occupied in putting the poore braunches of Gods sayntes to death: so this bishop for his

    Actes and Monumentes of the church.

    of his purpose. And so by reason therof shortly after was brought to the Chauncelor of Norwych (whose name was Downing) who after a fewe words and small talke passed with the sayd examinante committed him to warde and custody.

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Church

    Actes and Monumentes Of the Churchrunning title across gutter.¶ One Friar, and a certen godly woman burned at Rochester, who was the syster of George Egles.August. 20.One Friar and the sister of G. Egles burned at Rochester.ABout the same

 

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