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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Winstone Church

    Webb , rector 1620-48 , 76 a graduate, 77 who later married one of Haviland's daughters. 78 Webb's successor, William Elbridge , remained undisturbed by the Interregnum and Restoration. 79 John Longdon was appointed rector in 1742 and remained for

    Westbourne PARISH CHURCH of ST. JOHN the BAPTIST WESTBOURNE

    the 12th century William, Earl of Arundel , ga ve to Ralph de la Roche the estates of Aldsworth , Elbridge , and Adsdean which Torumherd and Semen held, to be held by the render of a huntingspear at Martinmas.

    Parishes Woodborough

    Chandler to Elbridge . S.R.O., Button-Walker - Heneage Mun . 2386, lease to Dyke ; 3109, bk. of leases. Ibid. 2273, lease to Drewett. Ibid. 3105, rental, 1717-25 . Ibid. 3107; W.R.O. 212B/Wood. 3a, lease, Chandler to Elbridge . S.R.O.,

    Bisley Economic history Dangerfield's Stick Factory, Chalford 1875

    the site; in 1589 , after William's death, Robert was disputing the mill with Sarah and her new husband William Elbridge . 96 Robert Hone , William's son, was in possession in 1608 , 97 and bought the freehold of

    Barnwood GLOUCESTER AREA 1799

    neighbouring Hucclecote had shared. Barnwood also shared larger fields with neighbouring hamlets and Upton St. Leonards , including Colebridge field, Elbridge field, and Chamwell field to the north-west, Windmill field and Upper Tredworth field to the west, and Bottom field

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, E, 01 January 1722-31 December 1723

    , William, Treasurer, N.J., 154. -, -, recommended for Council, 154. Ekines , Col. Thomas, petition of, 1, 1 i. Elbridge , Thomas, deposition of, 545 ii. Elford , Capt., R.N., 648. -, death of, 498. Eling , Athanias, deposition

    America and West Indies, August 1712, 1-9, 01 August 1712-09 August 1712

    Aug. 2. Custom house, Bristoll. 27. J. Reynardson and John Elbridge, Collectors of Customs at Bristol, to the Council of Trade and Plantations. Enclose following. Signed , J. Reynardson, Jno. Elbridge. Endorsed , Recd. Read Aug. 5th, 1712. Addressed. Postmark

    Warrant Books, December 1708, 1-10, 01 December 1708-10 December 1708

    skill the said Elbridge hath carried on the accounts of the said port of Bristol which were left by the late Collector in the utmost confusion and could not be adjusted without the help of the said Elbridge from his

    Index, E, 01 January 1574-31 December 1574

    455. -,-, Mary, mother of, 455. -, , 201. Edwin , the, of London, 19. Edwyn , John, 184, 210. Elbridge , Giles, patent to, 141. Eldred , Peter, 314. Eleanor , the, 68. Elephants' teeth , 241. Eleuthera ,

    America and West Indies, July 1711, 1-10, 01 July 1711-10 July 1711

    House, Bristoll. 7. Bristol Custom-house Officers to the Council of Trade and Plantations. Enclose following. Signed , J. Reynardson, Jno. Elbridge. Endorsed , Recd. 9th, Read 11th July, 1711. Postmark. Addressed . 1 p. Enclosed , 7. i. List of

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNIGHT, Richard (by 1518-55 or later), of Chichester, Suss.

    a rural air about him: he was styled ‘yeoman’ when in December 1535 he bought for £80 a lease of Elbridge, and ‘husbandman’ when in the following March he leased from the archbishop of Canterbury the manor of Shripney and

    FINCH, Francis (c.1602-77), of Rushock, Worcs.

    up to the hilt, and in 1649 Finch compounded at one-sixth for stocks of coal, iron, and other materials at Elbridge furnace, and for farm stock and household goods at Rushock, worth in all £300. He was not involved in

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    it is this system which is to be tried fist on the great elephant. Mir. Thomas Edison, Professor Doremus, and Elbridge T. Gerry, the latter the president of the New York Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, have Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A GASOE]sEIPER yN KccNT.-The Kent county police have arrested five men on a charge of murdering the gamekeeper Challen, at Elbridge, near Canterbury. The prisoners are Jauses Dawkins, Henry I Dawkins, Henry Curtis, Richard Terry, and William Grant. FALL OF Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wgas imposed. The coroner's enquiry into the circumstances attending I the death of Challen, the head gamekeeper on the l Elbridge estate, near Canterbury, who was shot by ! poachers on the night of the 6th inst, was resumed on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    areon,24, 33radfordF ~.Street. cd73l 13jAB'UPACTUR1NG-F toB be h Let or Sold. termts - very rooderete--Exore. J. Webb. Cosibourn, Hell Stour- Elbridge, 48102 .9 1IA lATlttoLtmoenwellighted three-atoray: M TLtwo eserans-dre, B.MNZDil Post. 43 11ANtACURING-PREMISES, six abopis; yard; euioer t, position; nearecntira Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a tenant in the great 3Ells building reque.sts hime to reduce the rent. Shi-ver uiy toplighis! - is what Commodore Elbridge T. Gerry says veheR tnatters are not runningf just .1s le wauts ',1err. I'll be hornswoggled I is the Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 February 1722, 8 February 1723

    hn Pwnell the Younger, Hannah Tyler, John jfcitiM, ?tU'™b™& d Jhn Elbridge and lf f Mth Pll h I " §tS' John gr, annah Tyler, John jfcitiM, and John Elbridge, and alfo of Martha Pimiell the In- fant Daughter of Subscribers-only content

    The Report, With The Appendix, From The Committee Of The House of Commons Appointed to enquire into the Frauds and Abuses In The Customs, To The Prejudice of Trade, And Diminution of the Revenue., 17 April 1725

    are, 2CW //*777/>/> 6Vrw\7/7/J, John Bether, John King, Richard Champion, Lionel Lyde, Richard Louoher, Walter King, Jeremy Innys, Thomas Longman, Tb Jeremiah Burroughs, £/j-, Co/Ztv'/V, tftfd John Elbridge, £/j; Dip»(y - C077i/>/r0//*r o/" /Atf Por/ <?/ Briftol. N'. X. 372 Subscribers-only content

    5 May 1711, 5 May 1711

    the contrary by Thomas Beech. That the Merchants produced feveral ftated Accounts, tinder the Hands of Mr. Renardfon, and Mr. Elbridge, (the now Collector and Comptroller of Brifiol, taken by Order of the Commiffioners of the Cuftoms) between the Merchants Subscribers-only content

    13 January 1756, 13 January 1756

    faid City, but in the County of Glouceflerj in and through the feveral Parifhes, Townlliips, or Hamlets of Wootton, Longford, Elbridge, Chirchdowne, Stavertofi, alias Startern, Heydon, Boddington, Elmflone, Hardwicke, and Swindon, to the Market Town of Cheltenham, and in and Subscribers-only content

    20 January 1778, 20 January 1778

    faid City to Cheltenham, in the County o(Gloucefier) through the feveral Parifhes, Hamlets, andPrecincis, of Saint Mary deLoad, Wooton, Longford, Elbridge, Churchdqsmn, Staverton, Boddington, Heydon, Uckington,Arle, and Swindon, in the faid Coun¬ ty of Gloucefler ; and alfo the Road Subscribers-only content

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