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  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Magdalen Howard

    Details Magdalen Howard in religion Magdalen Died in Dunkirk

    Katherina Savage

    Details Katherina Savage in religion Constantia Born 1620 Died 1687 1 Apr in Dunkirk father Sir Thomas Savage 1st visc mother Elizabeth Darcy countess Rivers

    Ann Anderton

    Details Ann Anderton in religion Ann Clare Died 1664 30 Nov in Dunkirk father Roger Anderton Esq mother Anne Stanford

    Elizabeth Berington

    Details Elizabeth Berington in religion Elizabeth Magdalin Died 1666 12 May in Dunkirk father William Berington Esq mother Eleanor Goodman

    Ann Blundell

    Details Ann Blundell in religion Clare Collett Died 1667 26 Jan in Dunkirk father Nicholas Blundell Esq mother Jane Bradshaigh nephew Rev Nicholas Blundell SJ nephew Rev Thomas Blundell SJ

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    ABERCROMBY, James (d.1724).

    1711; capt. and lt.-col. Coldstream Gds. Dec. 1710–Mar. 1711; a.d.c. to Earl of Orkney 1704–c.1709; town maj. Dunkirk 1712–?16; commr. inspecting demolition Dunkirk fortifications 1713–16. Biography The illegitimate son of the 3rd Duke of Hamilton, Abercromby made his army career

    YONGE, William (c.1693-1755), of Colyton, Devon.

    a motion relating to Dunkirk. He thought the majority at that time, who were the Tories, had made a strong address to the Queen to interpose for the more effectual performance of the treaty in demolishing Dunkirk, which Louis XIV

    COLMAN, Roger (c.1623-60), of Gornhay, Tiverton, Devon.

    returned for Tiverton at a by-election in 1660. He made no speeches, but was named to the committee for the Dunkirk establishment on 1 Sept. Nothing is known of his politics, but his appointment to a local commission under the

    ASHBY, Thomas (?1694-1743), of Piggot's Hill, Herts.

    my best capacity for the true interest of my county.[footnote]A Tory - his younger brother joined the Young Pretender at Dunkirk in 1744[footnote] - he voted against the Administration in both the recorded divisions of that Parliament. In 1741 he

    NORRIS, John (1702-67).

    with the Opposition, he spoke against the Government on the Address, 21 Jan. 1729, the Hessians, 4 Feb. 1730, and Dunkirk, 27 Feb. 1730. On 21 Apr. 1730 he initiated a four hours’ debate by moving for an address to

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mil . filwyr newydd ymadael oddiyma i adgyfnertliu; byddin y Cad fridog Chanzy. Mae imilwyr wedi eu hanfon hefyd i Dunkirk' i ,adgyfnerthu y Cadfrid- og Faidherbe. Mae milwyr newyddion o'r gor- llewin yni cyraedd yma bob dydd. Y GWARCHAE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Borthmsdog trwy redeg I yn erbyn ypier yn Dunkirk ychydig ddyddiau yn ol; achubwyd y dwylaw. Tra w'th y gorchvvyl, o glirio coed rhyddion mnewn rhan o borthladd Abertawe yr wythnos ddiweddaf, can. fyddai y dynion bysgodyn o ymddangosiad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thorau 3s.a. pasiodd Malta Mebefia 26aio. Kate Thomas e.g. eyrhaeddodd Gibraltar' a Gaer- I dydd Mebefin 256in. Wynmstay, cyrhleddodd Dunkirk o Tagunrog 8 Mebefin 22lii.. 38 a MIgaltr s5.E gadawodd Ir'Mus am Botterdam Baja s.s. g.adasold 1Haomburg am Qieddd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a.s. hwyliodd Caerdydd am Port Said Rhagfyr 1G., Y -: o yn Xdt~ Thoin s s.s.-y yi w bho yn Dunkirk. Rynrsta, a.e. i gyraedd Gibraltar heddyyw am orders. Waiter, Thomas. sL. ya awr yn llwytho cottwm yn Galveslon,"N.S.A. Bala Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Odessa, I Rhagfyr 20. r Bala, cyrhaeddodd Rotterdam o Novorossisk, a Rbhgfyr 26. 1 W. J. Radclile, cyrhaeddodd Glaegow o Dunkirk, i Rhagfyr 26. (larissa Radcliffe, cyrhaeddodd Hull o Odessa, Rhagfvr 18. i Sarah l~ad.liffe, cyrhaeddodd Caerdydd o Hull, v Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Burton Dassett

    was buried in 1713 (Dugd. 525). Sir John 's son John left the country for financial reasons and died at Dunkirk : Sussex Arch. Coll . xii, 54. Gamekeepers' Deputations, Shire Hall , Warwick . The name of Robert Ladbrook

    Newcastle-under-Lyme Schools and charities

    Former mission church of St. Michael and All Angels. Church hall also used by 1953 . Dunkirk C.E. School, 74 Heath St ., Dunkirk , Chrsterton 1876 Founded as GI. Closed, date unknown. Held in mission church. Ellison Street C.P.

    Georgian Colchester Social history

    1790 a party of corporation gentlemen, which included two customs officers, went by sea on a two-day pleasure trip to Dunkirk ; on their return they were astonished to be apprehended by another customs officer for illicit trading. 2 Colchester

    The borough of Scarborough

    . 122 During the reign of Charles I Scarborough suffered greatly from the men-of-war of Dunkirk , 123 and a Dutch captain defeated a Dunkirk man-of-war in the harbour in 1635 . 124 The Council of the North informed the

    The borough of Devizes Town, castle and estates Devizes boundary extensions Devizes street plan, 1973

    only Belle Vue and the Bath Road villas but also Dunkirk , with an inn and cottages, probably designed to serve and house the workers at the brick-works. 272 Dunkirk is first named in 1839 273 and at the same

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    24 April 1699, 24 April 1699

    the Houfe of Peers; and to adjourn as they pleafe. h f« Ordered, by the Lords Spiritual and Tempo in Dunkirk, ral in Parliament affembled, That the Commiffioners of from the Com- t{le Admiralty do immediately lay before this Houfe, Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    would admit of the laft;" and the Number agreed " upon was 5000, which were to be tranfported from " Dunkirk, and landed at Dundee, from whence the " March was Ihort and eafy to the Foot of The High- Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1703, 8 February 1704

    " was with Captain Gibßn, by the Intereft and Means *' of a Perfon in a Cloifler at Calais or Dunkirk. This; e' is the Subftance of all that ever Frazer communica- " ted to me of his Tranfaftions. I Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    Twenty Merchant Ships, were taken by the - Dunkirk Squadron. " 6thly, A Sixth Inftance was, that of the Rujfia " Ships Outward-bound this Year, which were " attacked by the Dunkirk Squadron, and Six- " teen of them taken. Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    the King of Portugal's Horfes, and many other Merchant Ships, which was attacked the ioth of Oclober laft, by the Dunkirk and Brefl Squa- " drons joined together, who burnt One of our Men " of War, and took Three Subscribers-only content

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Place DunkirkDunkirk, Nord, France Towards the end of the 19th century, after a large extension to the docks, Dunkirk established itself as the third-ranking port in France. Contemporary view: Dunkirk, a seaport town of France, strongly fortified, department du-Nord,

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    JACOB DENNY, Royal Offences, 17/02/1813

    first Lord of the Admiralty, did proceed and sail in a certain vessel called the Minus, into the road of Dunkirk , with intent to take on board certain spirits, that is to say, brandy and geneva . And OTHER

    Ordinary's Account, 24/09/1731

    of his own Relations, and there he married or lived with another Woman, whom he bid Adieu, after he left Dunkirk . After that he married a Quaker Woman, who (he said) was a good Body; her he left, when

    Ordinary's Account, ./.4/7558

    accept of my service in his last moments) yet there are persons now in London who declare their having seen him in France , and mention one Molloy as his agent in these and other affairs, living at Dunkirk .

    Ordinary's Account, 04/05/1722

    not being detrimented, tho' lost about the Coast of France, from the Isle de Oleron , to Diepe , and Dunkirk , without their being able to land the Ship. Adding also, That in the various Adventures of his Life,

    Ordinary's Account, ./.4/7558

    and water. Reduced to this miserable dilemma, he preferred the former to the latter, and accordingly joined the regiment at Dunkirk ; in which service he continued till the eleventh of last April, when he deserted, and came to Ostend


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