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    General Index, D, E, 01 July 1656-31 May 1657

    from alluded to Excisemen Exeter dean and chapter of gaol, papers dated from prisoners in merchants of papers dated from Exning , co. Suffolk Exports , Act for regulation of Eyre , chief justice in Eyre , Capt. Thos. Eyres Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, 01 March 1677-28 February 1678

    letter to Earl of. See Cecil, John, Earl of Exeter. and Devon, customs of, office of Comptroller of, caveat concerning Exning , living of, person standing for, recommended Exton , Sir Thomas, and Sir Richard Lloyd, opinion of Sir Richard Subscribers-only content

    General Index, E, 01 January 1679-31 August 1680

    of. See Snell, John. Earl of. See Cecil, John, Earl of Exeter. Countess of. See Cecil, Elizabeth, Countess of Exeter. Exning , Matthew, warrant for a new presentation of Exton , Sir Thomas, as burgess for Cambridge University, letter of, Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 201, October 1-17, 1631, 01 October 1631-17 October 1631

    above letter. Oct. 14. 56. Muster roll of the trained band within the hundred of Lackford and half hundred of Exning, Suffolk; signed "Roger North." Oct. 15. Demise to Sir George Dalston, of messuages and hereditaments in Burton, in Westmoreland, Subscribers-only content

    Volume 154, April 1657, 01 April 1657-30 April 1657

    30 0 0 Framfield " " 30 0 0 Brixton in addition to 10 l . Devon 10 0 0 Exning in addition to 20 l . 16 s . 0 d . before. " Suffolk 10 0 0 Bramford Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, October 1677, 01 October 1677-31 October 1677

    to his protection the bearer Edmund Ivery, M.A. of Cambridge, Fellow of Caius College, who stands for the living of Exning. He has the good opinion of all at Newmarket, and is well esteemed by the parish. [ S.P. Dom., Subscribers-only content

    Charles II, November 1677, 01 November 1677-30 November 1677

    397, No . 186. ] Nov. 19. Whitehall. Secretary Coventry to the Dean and Chapter of Canterbury. The rectory of Exning being void and in their gift, recommending Edmund Ivory, M.A., Fellow of Caius' College, Cambridge, for it. He was Subscribers-only content

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