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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chaldon

    is an angel bearing a scroll. On the left another angel, habited like our Lord, assists two other souls (perhaps Enoch and Elijah) to mount the upper stages of the ladder. The left hand upper compartment shows St. Michael weighing

    Index

    Wood , A. R., 85, 93; Aaron, 134, 135; Enoch (I), 106, 108, 112, 114, 117, 122, 128, 131, 132, 135, 136, 139, 163 n , 165, 278 n ; Enoch (II), 117, 122, 134; Geo. (fl. 1689), 56; Geo.

    Index A-J

    see Lloyd George , David George Street see also Bag Lane Gerald of Wales Gerard , William Germany Gerrard , Enoch Gerrards Lane see also Crook Lane ; Crook Street Gherbod , earl of Chester Gilbert : see Collinson, Gilbert

    Index K-Z

    Richard B. Kendal (Westmld.) Kendall , David Kennedy Close Kennerley , Enoch & Sons Kettering ( Northants .) Kettle 's Croft see also Edgar's Field Kilmarnock ( Ayrshire ) Kilmorey , Viscount: see Needham , Robert Viscountess: see Needham ,

    Parishes Stow-on-the-Wold Stow-on-the-Wold , 1961

    Beale Brown school 31. Former brewery 32. Toll house 33. Bell Inn 34. Gas works 35. Maugersbury park lodge 36. Enoch 's Tower 37. Infants' school In Maugersbury there is not much woodland, but the largest piece, Maugersbury Grove which

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

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    Book 6, page 1409 (1563)

    God tooke Enoch away, that is to saye, he departed oute of thys worlde lyke other men, primo male vertit, nam scriptura dicit transtulit, non abstulit, deinde falsum est quod addit: nam ad Hæbreos vndecimo legitur, fide Enoch translatus est,

    K. Richard. 2. The story of Walter Brute with his declarations.

    and cause himselfe to be worshipped as God. He shal fight (as they say) with the two witnesses of Christ, Enoch and Helye, & shall kyll them, and he him selfe shall finally bee slaine with lightening. The scripture and

    Book 3, page 227 (1563)

    day, that is in diuers ages of the world. As in the time of nature, he called by inspiratiō, Abel, Enoch, Noe, Abrahā, & other lyke In tyme of the old lawe, he called Moses, Dauid, Esay, and Ieremy, wyth

    K. Rich. 2. The story of Walter Brute. A description of Antichrist.

    and cause himselfe to be worshipped as God. He shall fight (as they say) with the 2. witnesses of Christ, Enoch & Hely, and shal kill thē, and he himselfe shall finally be slaine with lightening.The scripture & Prophetes not

    K. Henry. 7. Prophecies concerning the Turkes and Antichrist.

    in þe prophesie of Methodius: That in the tribulation of those dayes, shall be sent from God, ij. speciall Prophetes, Enoch and Hely.Enoch and Hely, to reproue and disclose the fraudulent falsehode of Antichrist, and that many seyng his delusion,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    streett,'am haner' awr'wedi lO,'yn-Saes- neg, -pregetbodd y Parch 'T. '3. Edwards, MIA.- Am' 2 -o'r gloch, 'yn Sian, dechrenodd yParch. Enoch Jamesi 'Borth. Pregetlodd Y Parchn-. Sam-ni uel Roberts, Bangor, a Joseph Thornas,' Carno'- Yn Queen-street, am ddau, deehreuodd y' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arai, so mai nid cyfarfad eyff- r redinol 'ydoeddo'r blaenoriaid. i Cyfarfod .y Pregethwyr am 10. Dec~hretwyd -gan y Parch. Enoch. James, Borth. ,Dywedai y Ilywydd foad lawer o son fod eisiaupregethu;at'yroes. '.-Y mae yr efengyl, yn gyfaddas i'r hoal Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sancteiddrwydd, ymdrechu byw iddo, a s. byw yn debyg iddo, ymawyddu am ei gymdeitbas, I af ac i fod fel "Enoch, yr hwn a rodiodd gyda . It, Duw." 'Tuag'e iGrist-mai dynion hoff iawn o b Fab Dow oeddynt y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei fed yn meddwl fad modd darllen yr adnodhono yn well. " Mi deffa i nebfjedradarllen hone yn well," meddai Enoch. Mae yn burion j ni gyrchu at uct y pethan nmawrion, ond peidiwn en dim ag enghofio y pethau Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Arylifedcydeol, yn 1,Peartree-grove, Liscard, priod Mr. iysr Enoch Eughes, ar feroh. ydd. A yr 2tain sydsel, priod Mr. Thomas Jones, Draper, Llan. .gollen, ar ferch. iod 'Aryr20fed cyfisol, yn 6nowdon Terrace, lilburn Park, , yn Iunndain, pried Mr. Hrugh Edwards, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 May 1723, 6 May 1723

    di- feaiy to Bilboa, with the faid Halfiead. a j i r\ n> ti wu .1 l, a A-Ar.p> And Enoch Mottrtxm was examined, upon Oath, to And the Queftion was put, « Whether the Adv^e h after H,/>^ Return Subscribers-only content

    13 March 1809, 13 March 1809

    refpected the Effect of the Service of " David Earl of CaffiUis with regard to the Lands of " Enoch, Little Enoch, Portmark, and Polmeadow, the " Tenements in Maybole, and Teinds conveyed by Craw- " ford of Ardmillan, or Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1810, 12 March 1810

    fuf« " tainingthe Petitioner's Tille to all the different Tene- " ments, except to certain fmall Parcels called Enoch, " and Little Enoch, Portmark, and Polmeadow, the' " Tenements in Maybole and Teinds conveyed by Craw- " ford of Ardmillan, Subscribers-only content

    15 May 1810, 15 May 1810

    or Charter of a fimilar Nature ; u find, That this Defcription applies to the Lands of " Enoch and Little Enoch, the Lands of Partmark and ** Polmeadow, the Tenements in Maybok, and the Teinds " conveyed by Crawford Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1810, 6 June 1810

    " able Portion of the Eftate," it is conceived that the " Houfe, making exprefs Mention, in its Remit, of Enoch, " and the other fmall Parts of the Eftate called The Pen. " dicks, could not poffibly mean, by Subscribers-only content

 

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