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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 City government and politics, 1350-1550

    the Welshman John Ewloe , and William Venables , constable of the castle. Venables and over fifty members of his retinue were bound to keep peace with the mayor and sheriffs, and in 1409 both Venables and Ewloe were suspended

    Mayors and sheriffs of Chester

    Aleyn 1405-6 John Ewloe Robert Chamberlain , John Hatton 1406-7 John Ewloe John Hatton , Thomas Cottingham 1407-8 John Ewloe John Walsh , Elias Trevor 1408-9 John Ewloe 49 John Walsh , Hugh Moulton 1409-10 John Ewloe 50 John Tarporley

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Economy and society, 1230-1350

    commodities included coal, mined at Ewloe and Buckley ( Flints .) by the early 14th century and carried to Chester by both land and water. 7 Lead mined at Holywell , and iron mined at Ewloe and smelted in Hopedale

    Index A-J

    Jacob Erle Drax Grosvenor , Richard: see Grosvenor , Richard Erle Drax Erneys family Ethelda Drive Evesham (Worcs.) Ewloe ( Flints .) Ewloe , Edmund John family Exchange , The Exeter ( Devon ) Falcon Inn Falconer , William Falmouth

    Later medieval Chester 1230-1550 Economy and society, 1350-1550

    near Chester , seeing it as a source of wealth and status. In the early 15th century, for example, John Ewloe owned land in Handbridge , Claverton , and Mollington , 18 and John Whitmore in Caldy and Guilden Sutton

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    TRANS.CP.1700/2

    TRANS.CP.1700/2 Reference:TRANS.CP.1700/2 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (matrimonial / retitution of conjugal rights) Details:1 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 1699 - 1700 People & Places Participant: ThomasTindal [Tyndale] Role: appellant Details: male; Gentleman Location:

    CP.H.2776

    CP.H.2776 Reference:CP.H.2776 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Appeals (Testamentary: disputed administration) Details:6 Pieces; Has deposition; No libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant wins Date: 1668 - 1668 People & Places Participant: Thomas Ravenscroft [Ravenscroft] Role: appellant Details: male; esquire; brother and

    CP.H.3670

    Well Field (Spring Well Feild) : fieldname Cannot identify; spelling modernised Location: Wales : country Place(s): WalesFlintshire : undefined countyEwloe (Ewloe) : undefined Location: Meadow Field (Meadow Feild) : fieldname Cannot identify; spelling modernised. Location: Moor Field (Moor Feild, More

    CP.H.6006

    CP.H.6006 Reference:CP.H.6006 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:Consistory Case:Appeals (benefice case) Details:11 Pieces; No deposition; No libel; Has sentence Outcome:defendant won Date: 21/8/1662 - 21/7/1665 People & Places Participant: George Hall [Hall] Role: appellate Details: male; clerk; bishop Employment: bishop

    CP.H.5564

    CP.H.5564 Reference:CP.H.5564 Repository:Borthwick Institute GB 193 Court:undefined Case:Appeals (Testamentary) Details:17 Pieces; Has deposition; Has libel; No sentence Outcome: Date: 6/6/1669 - 6/4/1670 People & Places Participant: William Ravenscroft [Ravenscroft] Role: testator Details: male; gentleman, deceased Location: Chester (Cestria, Cestren,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HEN-ADUFJETHLApCAIREAA, CA].R, Cyihaliwyd cyf arfodihwaiterol yi' Menadariaeth uchod yn nghapel -Winidsor4teet UiVerpool lo- -phenaf l9eg.. ; .. , " : C ,:.:>.t :CYS~OD Y BoiaiU..<srj.,1 ; Dechreflwyd-Y eyfarfoal hwi g-an y Baroh; Thotnis Francis,, Gwrecaam,,, ei iaet ldebg.arch. T. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cael ei roddi i Scarisbrick o 10p.; i Waverton a Saightou e 60p.; i Wepre o 20p. ; i Mancott, Ewloe, a Phentre, 60p. pan geid cenhadwr; i Holt a Glanypwll, 50p., gyda dymuniad ar i Mr. Roose arolygu yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t~he. churc e~a~t Golftyi 'in sT-d~eao's. (91;0 , ~onaiderineilthe need There isbfor-gfx cnor'dained> Cmiistfer , tinl the Deigibtibo~rood of Peiitresald Ewloe G~reeanit ws - , agred,-That the name of M~r Edwaehoas besub u;Imitted to the churches,, andif the. voti1' fav.ourayb~le, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    50p. L~eoead S isnig-Scarisbrick, r 20p.; Hioylke, 60p.; Saughall, 7p. lOs.; Waverton a a Saighton, 40p.; Wepre, 20p.; Pentremoch rc Ewloe i Green, 25p ; Sion, 25p.; Caergwrle, 25p.; Bethlehem r a Sommerhill, 50p.: Tabernacl A Glanrafne . 5Op.; Rossett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones; Saughall, John b Wright; Mancott, J. Williams; Wepre, F. B. Caldwell, M.A. ; Goiftyn, W. Hobley; Pentremoeb, R. Jones; Ewloe Green, J. T. Jenes; Sion Hope, Edward Cooper Breeze Hill, Bootle, John Foulkes; Everton Brow, d Liverpool, J. Williams; Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    STANLEY, Edward II (1521/22-?1609), of Ewloe and Cilcain, Flints.

    II (1521/22-?1609), of Ewloe and Cilcain, Flints. Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs Mar. 1553 Flint Boroughs Oct. 1553 Flint Boroughs 1555 Ofifces Held Subsidy collector, Flints. temp. Edw. VI; j.p. 1555, q. 1558/59; escheator 1562-3. Biography Edward Stanley belonged to the

    RAVENSCROFT, George (d. by 1592), of Bretton and Hawarden, Flints.

    the mid-seventeenth century, and they consolidated their position in Flintshire by successive marriages into the chief local families: Stanley of Ewloe; Mostyn of Mostyn and Talacre; Grosvenor of Eaton. A still more influential match was that of Thomas Ravenscroft’s eldest

  • * British History Online * *

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    State Papers, 1656, October (2 of 5), 01 October 1656-31 October 1656

    Tybroughton. William Browne of Asliton. William Stox of Ewloe. Will. Jones the younger of Bagilt. Thomas Davis of Halkin. David Griffith of Merton. Ed. Ap Roger of Arbistock. Peter Wigh of Ewloe. Randal Jones of Northopp. Thomas Hughs of Naunch.

    Index, D, E, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    , Sampson Evans , Lewis Evelyn , Mr Everard , John Dr. Jo. Evered , Wm. Ewelme , almsrooms at Ewloe Wood or Park , co. Flint Exchange , the, London rise of, how effected Exchanger , Royal Exchequer , Subscribers-only content

    Index

    in Common Paper , xiv Ewen: John, a . 42 Thomas, 42 Ewing , John, 125, 127; a . 124 Ewloe , co. Flint, 38 Exeter , co. Devon, 33 Fanner , see Tanner Fanside , William, a . 21

    The Common Paper, Subscriptions to the oath, 1417-1613

    gent., dec'd, app. to Walter Meredith [ 1580 ] William Ledesham [ Ledsham ] , s. of Peter Ledesham of Ewloe, co. Flint, yeoman, app. to Edward Ledesham [ Ledsham. . . 1577 ] [p. 145 ] 20 May 1591.

    Appendix, 01 March 1625-31 December 1626

    per ann., for life. Nov. 24. Warrant to the Court of Exchequer, to pass a decree to settle Ewloe Wood or Ewloe Park in co. Flint, on the King and his heirs for ever, in lieu of 480 acres of Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1756, 17 March 1756

    Road f.om Wiexham aforefaid to Cheßer, and from thence to Ewloe, in the Parifh of Ha- wardin, in the County ofFlint: And fetting forth, that the Roads leading from Ewloe aforefaid, through the Towns of Northop, Flint, and Holywell, to Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1756, 19 March 1756

    hi. Bonnet&apos;s Nat. Ewloe, &c. Roael. Ripon, &c. Koad. Ä. 1756. And then the HoüTe adjourned till Monday of EJfex, Kent, and Surrey, and in the City of Canterbury, A: Morning; next, Nine of the Clock. Lunte, 2 2° die Subscribers-only content

    23 March 1756, 23 March 1756

    he read the Report in his Place; and Morn.ng, Nine of the Clock. afterwards delivered it in at the Clerk&apos;s Table : Where the fame was read, and is as followeth; viz. Vol. 27. 6 Y In Ewloe, &c. Road. Subscribers-only content

    31 March 1756, 31 March 1756

    above-men¬ tioned Roads; and alfo the Road from Wrexham afore- läid to Chefier, and from thence to Ewloe in Hawardine Panfh; and from Ewloe, through the Towns of Nor1hop, Flint, and Holly well, to Penford y waen; and alfo the Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1756, 13 April 1756

    from the above-mentioned Roads; and alfo the Road from Wrexham aforefaid to Chefler, and from thence to Ewloe in Hawardin Parifh; and from Ewloe, through the Towns of Northorp, Flint, and Hollyzvell, to Penfford y waen; and alfo the Road Subscribers-only content

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