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  • * British History Online *

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    Inquisitions, Edward VI (part 2 of 3)

    Burton, John Watson, Robert Moldinge, Thomas Ridley, Christopher Nicolson, William Beswike, Rowland Staper, William Petinggale, Robert Colt, Stephen Rowland, Thomas Duckington, Thomas Smithson, Thomas Armeston and William Saddoke , who say that Anne Whithers was seised of 1 brewhouse (mesuagio

    Inquisitions, 1582

    St. John the Evangelist in a street called Watlingstreete in London now or late in the several tenures of Margaret Duckington , widow, and William Sadocke , severally or jointly, which premises the said Edward Martyn purchased to him and

    Henry VIII, February 1537, 26-28, 26 February 1537-28 February 1537

    , 3 Feb. P.S. Inrolled in Pat . 30 Hen. VIII. p . 8, m . 16. 6 . Th. Duckington, alias Dockenton, salter, of London. Protection; going in the retinue of Arthur viscount Lyssle. Teste at Westm., 3 Feb.

    Index of names

    Eliz., 165. Drowte , Wm., 196. Dubbar , Edw., 62. Duck (Ducke), Anne, 177; Dunstan, 177; Robt., 169; Thos., 177. Duckington , Marg., 54. Duddeley , Ann, 103; Eliz., 103; John, 103, 151. Dudley , Lord, Edw., 231. Duhamell ,

    Index, D, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    Tucket), Ric., of Kendal, I. 6 ii., 825, 914 passim : g. 795 (4); II. 249 (6), 250 (1 ii.). Duckington , , I. 450. -, Thos., I. g. 539 (6). Duckworth (Duckworth) , Hugh, I. g. 795 (7). Dudding

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *Weden~day, 20. Bedbrook Birar s; Friday, 2.2k Great Amav Staton (at 111). , SrWley _coos IN 'iday, 221, aint Green btntiOn. (at 10.30). WYnN%, Sn W. W. (at 1a30>-W'aednesfty, November 25, Duckington (at 1); Thrwsday, 21, tubowen; Saturday, 2.1 otulay. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    day. November 20, Shrarwey Sc~hools; Friday, 22, Biarnt(irsen Station (at 10.30). WYNNS,"Scrn W. V '. (at 10.30).-This day, Nevember 2f, Duckington (at 11j; Thursday, 21, (Jobowgen; Satnrday, 23, Oteley. To Curu Skin Diseases.-Snlpholine TLtion drives away BErption', Pimples, Blotches, Eczema, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    drawn blank, also at Lowvoross ased Grafton, as wrell ase at Large's azld Oluttose's Genses. The field then trotted to 'Duckington Wood, on the hills, where three or' four foxes were 'speedily on foot. One 'crossed the road, and wenst Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Saturday 19, Broughall Smithy: Tuesday, 22, Gobowon : Wedlnedua y, 23, Aletereey (at 11): Friday, 25, Grorl. ington; Saturday, 26, Duckington, FOOTBALL. K. E. S., CAMP Htt.i V. K. h. S., ASTOsN.-The first tesnis of bp above schools met to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SIs W. NV, (at 10.30).-This day, November 22, Gobowen, Wednesday, 23, Aldersey (at 11); Friday, 25, Gred. ington; Saturday, 26, Duckington. fThe North Cotswold Hounds will not meet this week, Co accunt of the death of Lord Northwick.] FOOTBALL. JUNIOR Subscribers-only content

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