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  • * British History Online *

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    Minute Book, July 1671, 01 July 1671-31 July 1671

    them for their salary ] for a quarter at Midsummer last. Widow Pinkny: warrant for 5 l . Alfonse Marsh. Falconers: a warrant. Green: a warrant. Mr. Tunsted: a warrant. Mr. Mason and Gregory. [ Ibid . p. 121. ]

    Entry Book, July 1660, 01 July 1660-31 July 1660

    [? ] Letters patent for the issue of 100 l . to Sir Allen Apsley for liveries for the King's Falconers. Ibid , XIV. p. 3. July 10 Same for same of 500 l . to Thomas Cantley for Secret

    Declared Accounts, Treasurer Of Champer

    musicians and an instrument keeper ; Daniell Short and Richard Lewis, two other musicians 2,830 0 0 Falconers, detailed 1,232 0 0 Pensionary falconers, detailed 323 10 0 James de Gastigny, Master of the Harthounds and Buckhounds ; James Walsingham,

    Addendum

    Lucar, Carter, Low, Elton, Maxwell. Sergeant Maynard: dormant. Mr. Norris. Grooms and pages of the King. Grooms of the Bedchamber. Falconers. Music. Mr. Cox. Mr. Ravenscroft. [ Treasury Minute Book DCXXIV. p. 178. ] July 19. [ Charnock's memoranda .

    Index of Subjects, J, K, 01 January 1693-31-Dec-1996

    horses granted to 6. King's Cook ( . Smith), payment to, 860. King's Drummers . See Royal Household, drummers. King's Falconers , issues for. See under Chamber, Treasurer of. King's Gentleman Harbi ngers attending in Flanders , 573. King's Gentleman

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Shipley Economic history

    instance harrowing, mowing, and reaping. 90 Medieval surnames which apparently gave rise to farm names were Buchi (Bouges), Faukener ( Falconers ), and Sauce (Sauceland). 91 Besides Lackenhurst already mentioned, other modern farms which existed in the Middle Ages were

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Royton

    to the starting-point; at a rent of 6 s . 6 d .; Black Bk. of Clayton , 81/241. Two Falconers , Adam and Robert, contributed to the subsidy of 1332; Exch. Lay Subs . 30, 31. The charter cited

    Clapham Clapham And Patching c. 1975

    had been joint tenant. 69 In 1324, however, the king again had custody. 70 From the mid 14th century the Falconers adopted the alternative surname Michelgrove , and later used it exclusively. Henry Michelgrove alias Falconer (d. 1364), 71 perhaps

    Wiston

    was sold after the Second World War. 83 The second rectory house was known during the 20th century as The Falconers . 84 A chantry of St. Mary is recorded between 1357 and c . 1548, the priest, who was

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    By Mrs CswFonD. III. In 3 vols. KINCSCONNELL. A Novel. By Mrs GonDoN, Author of ' The Fortunes of the Falconers.' rv. On the 15th February,dn 3 vols. THE FOREST AND THE FO RTR.ESS- By the Author of ' The Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE BED- CHAM BER. By Afro A. CAwAoORD. VI. In 3vols. KINCSCONNELL. By the Author ofI The Fortunes of the Falconers.' VtI. In 3 vols. LADY BULWER LYTTON'S NEW NOVEL, THE PEER'S DAUGHTERS. Vats. In 3 vols. THE UNCLE'S LECACY. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    read for a long time."-Naval and lilitary. V. In 3isold. KINCSCONNELL. By the Author of ' The Fortunes o' the Falconers.' "This novel, we feel sure, is destined to a reputation much more permanent than the duration of the season Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AUTHORS OP AMERICA. KIN GaS C 0 N N EL L. By the Author of ' The Fortunes of the Falconers.' "It will find many readers, and not a few admirers."- Observer. " It is destined to a reputation much Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a STORY of GILSLAND SPA; and other TALES. By Mrs Gosnsor, Author of ' Kingseonnell,' I The Fortunes of Bite Falconers,' &e. On the 26th, in 2 vols. post2'o. 4- RECOLLECTIONS of a RIFLEMAN'S WIFE, at HOME and ABROAD. On Subscribers-only content

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