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  • * British History Online * *

    65 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Index, E, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    -, Josef, 138. -, Moise Bueno, 138. Ensom , Capt., 739. III., 942, 950, 1896-7. -, Robt., son of, 1896. Enys , Renatus, letter from 1663 : 577 Erington , Roger, petition of, 1629. Ernle , Sir John, 1145. Esopus

    Index, Y, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    538. Y Meini Hirian (Erianus), co. Carnarvon, I. g. 802 (83). Ymonia . See Iona. Ynglisshe . See Englishe. Ynysdeilo (Enys Dillowe), in Wales, I. p. 556. Yoke , John, I. g. 226 (38). Yole , John, I. g. 474

    Entry Book, May 1661, 01 May 1661-31 May 1661

    Majesty's Stannaries, and to Joseph Chitty, John Hawes or any other concerned, to deliver forthwith to Christopher Bellott and Samuel Enys (farmers of the duty of Coinage of tin), all and every the great Stannary stamps, that so the tin

    Index, E, 01 January 1658-31 December 1659

    soldiers, 50; see also Soldiers. - spirits, 8. - subjects, 8, 226. - wife, 167. English , Mrs. Christian, 152. Enys , Sam., 73. Episcopacy , 148. Epps , Stephen, 279. Erboe , Ant., 568. Erburie , Dorcas, 165. Erisey Subscribers-only content

    Elizabeth I: volume 126, November 1586, 01 November 1586-30 November 1586

    Manychroyr's mark, Johannis Marcus, William Oge's mark, Thomas M' Tybbott Reoghe's mark, Robertus O'Caleesus, Walter M'Roe's mark, Laghlen O'Malley's mark, Enys M' Donnell of Aghelhard's mark, Marcus M'Hugh Boy's mark, William Crone M'Phillipin's mark, Marcus Edmundi finci finxi , Edmund Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    TONKIN, Thomas (1678-1742), of Trevance, Cornw.

    inherited estates mortgaged to Samuel Enys (son of Samuel Enys†), and an attempt was made to foreclose on him in 1712. Tonkin defeated Enys at the Helston by-election of 1714 but on 30 Apr. Enys petitioned against the return, alleging

    ENYS, Samuel (1611-97), of Enys, nr. Penryn, Cornw.

    ENYS, Samuel (1611-97), of Enys, nr. Penryn, Cornw. Constituency Dates Penryn 1660 Ofifces Held Capt. of militia ft. Cornw. Apr. 1660-4, commr. for assessment 1661-80, 1689-90; jt. farmer of tin coinage, duchy of Cornw. 1661-4; j.p. Cornw. 1670?-d.; alderman, Penryn

    BELLOT, Renatus (c.1673-1710), of Bochym, Cornw.

    BELLOT, Renatus (c.1673-1710), of Bochym, Cornw. Constituency Dates Mitchell 1702 1705 Ofifces Held Stannator, Penwith and Kerrier 1703, 1710. Biography A descendant of a family settled at Bochym since the reign of Elizabeth I, Bellot’s father farmed the tin

    PENDARVES, William (1600-71), of Roskrow, Gluvias, Cornw.

    fine of £240. He remained a Royalist during the Interregnum, sending money to the exiled Court through his brother-in-law Samuel Enys and Henry Seymour I.[footnote]Pendarves was returned for Penryn at the general election of 1661, the first of his family

    ROBYNS, James (by 1625-at least 1682), of Glasney College, Penryn, Cornw.

    on the recommendation of Richard Arundell and Francis Godolphin, and he probably never stood again, though he clashed with Samuel Enys over the tin farm. His last appearance at the Treasury was in November 1682, but the date of his

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Thompson, of Somersham, Esq. Cheshire-Peter Langford Brooke, of Mere, Esq. Cumsberland-Thomas Henry Graham, of Edmund Castle, Esq. Coransall-John Samuel Enys, of Enys, Esq. Derbyshire-Samnel Oldknow, of Mellor, Esq. Jsevosshire-Benjamin Bowden Dickinson, of Tiverton, Esq. .Dsrsetshire-George Garland, of Stone, Esq. Essex-Nathaniel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    daughter of Dr Latham. M.D., of aia On Thursday, the 17th inst., at Eastourn, Sussex, John Samuel Euys, Esq., of Enys, in Cornwall, to Catherine, Gilbert, eldest daughter of Davies Gilbert, of that place, late President of the Royal Society, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    C. Affleck, Gent,, to be Ens., without purchase-20th Foot: The sarname of the Ens., appointed on 30th April, 1858, is Enys, not Engs, as then stated-21st Foot: Brovet.Major E. A. T. Stew- ardto be Major, by purchase, vice the Hon. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    be Major, by purchase, vice Ben- nett; Lieutenant G B Dufll to be Captain, by purchasc, vice Dickins; EnsIgn C Enys to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Daffin-22nd Foot: A E Tolie- mache, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Gent, to be Ens, by p, v Bennett, prom-20th Foot: F W Barlosy, Gent, to be Ens, by p. v Enys, prom; F Dawseoi, Gent, to be Eus, by p, v Smyti, prom- 21st Foot: H J Idenley, Gent, to Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    3 March 1728, 3 March 1729

    Rad¬ nor, Samuel Enys, and Robert Trefufis, Efquires, were De¬ fendants; and praying, " That the fame may be re- 44 verfed, and the Appellants relieved:" It is Ordered, That the faid Henry Earl of Radnor, Samuel Enys, and Robert Subscribers-only content

    5 March 1772, 5 March 1772

    made upon the Marriage «of John Pendarves Baf- fet Efquire deceafed, and of the Reverend John Col¬ lins Clerk, John Enys Efquire, and Swete Nicholas Ar¬ cher Efquire, Executors of the laft Will and Tefta¬ ment of Francis Baffet Efquire Subscribers-only content

    25 March 1782, 25 March 1782

    Collins and Elizabeth Collins, his Infant Children ; limited by their Lordfhips Order for receiving Reports and alfo of Francis Enys Efquire; praying Leave " from the Judges, upon Petitions prefented to this to bring in a Bill for the Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1795, 20 February 1795

    Collins, Elizabeth Frances Collins, and Lucy Collins, the Infant Children of John Bafet Collins Clerk deceafed, and alfo of Francis Enys Efquire; praying Leave to bring in a Bill for the Purpofes in the faid Pe* tition mentioned: It is Subscribers-only content

    23 February 1795, 23 February 1795

    the House. The said Book is preserved amongst the other Papers of this Session. Accounts of ft" of Men or Enys cm- ployed in ^ea^elf, who *njoy Protec- tfaiisj „nd of V. ,&c. *Hpbyed, Presented, The House being informed, that Subscribers-only content


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