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  • * Victoria County History *

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    North division Catwick Catwick parish c. 1850 Catwick Church Before Rebuilding In 1863

    carucates were held by Drew de Bevrère and were later part of the Aumale fee. The manors of Catwick were occupied in 1086 by two of Drew 's knights. 44 Catwick parish c. 1850 One of Drew 's knights was

    Parishes Long Wittenham

    Barentyne and Edmund Hamden . 87 In 1401 Sir Baldwin de Barforth, kt., quitclaimed all right in the manor to Drew Barentyne, 88 to whom Sir Philip Seyntclere, kt., Sir lvo Fitz Waryn, kt., and Maud his wife, Sir Baldwin

    The ancient borough Protestant Nonconformity

    not done: Leic. Mail , 15 Mar. 1938 ; Drew , op. cit. 26-27. Leic. Mail , 5 May 1927 . Designed by the minister, the Revd. R. W. McAll: see Drew , op. cit. 11. The present chapel was

    Outlying villages Marfleet

    York 's manor of Swine, while other land, described variously as two or four carucates, lay in the soke of Drew de Bevrere's manor of Mappleton . 51 Nothing more is known of the archbishop's berewick until 1605 when Walter

    Parishes Seagry

    in 1362 by Thomas Drew and his wife Joan , 74 in 1374 by Thomas Drew , perhaps the same, and his wife Emme, 75 in 1384 and 1412 by Emme, and 1428-51 by another Thomas Drew . 76 The

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    JAMES FISK. Heddyw yr ydym yn gosod ochr yn ochr, ac yn gwahodd sylw ein darllenwyr ieuainc mewln nodd Laneilhiid at, ddau ddarlun-y naill i gilio ymbell Loadiiwrtho, a'r llail i'w astudio a'i efelychu. Yn Frau- cis Crossley yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    9c, yr Ln. Drwy y Post Is. 4c. a 3s. yr un. iVholesale Agents .-London: Barclay; Sutton; Neiewsberry ; Sanger; Drew, Barren, & Co. Bristol: Collins & Roper; Pearce. Liverpool: Evans, Sons, & Co.; Clay, Dod, & Case; Baimres, & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 2s. 9c, yr un. Drwy y Post Is. 4c. a 3s. yr Ula. Wl-holesale Agents:-London: Barclay; Sutton; X'ewberry; Sanger; Drew, Barron, ' Co. Bristol: a Collins & -Roper; Pearce. Liverpool: Evans, Sons, & ' Co.; Clay, Dod, & Case; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yr un. Drwy y - Post 1s. 4o. a 3s. yr un. Wholesale A4gents :-Lsndon : Barclay; Ssuttons; j1=swiberry; Sanger; Drew, Barron, & Co. Bristol: Collins & Roper; Pearce. Liverpool: Evans., Sons, & Co.; Clay, Dod, & Case; Raimes, & Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a 2s. 9c, yr un. Drwy y Post Is. 4c. a 3s. yr un. TWiholesale Agents.:-London: Barclay; Sutton- .A=eeherry; Sanger; Drew, Barron, &- Co. Bristol.. CaZlins & Roper; Pearce. Liverpool: Evan, Sonos, & Co.; Clay, Dod, & Case; Raimes, & Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PICKESSE, Drew (b.1564), of Brambletye, nr. East Grinstead, Suss.

    PICKESSE, Drew (b.1564), of Brambletye, nr. East Grinstead, Suss. Constituency Dates East Grinstead 1586 Biography Hardly anything is known of Pickesse, whose father’s name appears at the head of the list of burgesses on the election return, and who was

    DREW, Laurence (d.1417), of Seagry, Wilts. and Southcote, Berks.

    with the assent of the parties to the suit, appointed Drew in his place, under oath ‘de faire [son] loial poair et diligence en la matire’. Finally, on 22 Dec., Drew was put on the committee of 12 commoners delegated

    HARTINGTON, John.

    1407, apparently following the instructions of the deceased, Bullock’s widow, together with Hartington and his wife, conveyed to his executor Drew the manor of Arborfield and land at Hartley and Southcote. Margaret Hartington was in possession of a life interest

    SAUNDERS, Drew (by 1525-79), of Hillingdon, Mdx.

    SAUNDERS, Drew (by 1525-79), of Hillingdon, Mdx. Constituency Dates Brackley 1558 Biography Drew Saunders was evidently a kinsman, perhaps a brother, of his fellow-Member Robert Saunders. He was a merchant of the staple who appears in 1546 in the correspondence

    DREW, Thomas, of Bishop's Lynn and Wiggenhall, Norf.

    to arrange for the election of a replacement for Drew as coroner on the ground that he could not conveniently exercise both types of office at the same time.In several respects Drew shared the interests of the landowning gentry of

 

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