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  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the records, 1653

    of the said divisioune of the saidis haill landis, quhairin is conteanit Lockis Fauld, conteaneing tuentie thrie aikeris, Dokenlie Fauld conteaneing seventeine aikeris or thairby; item, Stirlings Fauld, conteaneing nyne aikeris or thairby; item, Robert Corbetts land and Jonet Jamesoune,

    Index, G, 01 January 1597-31 December 1597

    the Spaniards arrived at, 110. galleys for Spanish service, 229. alienated from Spain, 478. Senate of, 500. Geordie of the Fauld , Will's, 227. George , a, 536. Gerard , Gerrard, Gerrerde : Daniel, 147. Sir Thomas, 327. in command

    Border Papers volume 2, Appendix, 01 May 1596-31 May 1596

    with Buckleughe, a common spoiler of the Queen's subjects. Christofer, and Davie, both m. with Scotland, 6. George of the Fauld. Robert, m. with "Caruddoses" in Scotland, William, m. a daughter of Armstrong of Whithaugh. A daughter m. to Walter Subscribers-only content

    Border Papers volume 1, July 1584, 01 July 1584-31 July 1584

    notwithstanding, offered to deliver two of the principal men of the Greymes viz., Walter Greyme and Robert Greyme of the Fauld, when he met the Laird of Johnston at Rookliefe, on receiving Will Armstrange alias Kynmont and Jocke his son, Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 January 1584-30 June 1585

    (4th Aug.), 253. Grahams , The: Bell received by (13th Feb. 1583 4), 28; (English), 680. Grame , Robin (of Fauld: to release Maxwell, 222. Walter (of Netherby): to release Maxwell, 222. Grames , the: 222; 269. Grantham : 3 Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BIDDULPH, John, of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffs.

    in the Commons, Biddulph was vainly attempting to recover a chest of documents from one William Chamber, a yeoman of Fauld in Staffordshire. Three years later, in 1424, he began another lawsuit against a group of Cheshire men who allegedly

    BLOUNT, Sir Walter (d.1403), of Barton Blount, Derbys.

    did not live to implement this title, his descendants were able to benefit from it. They likewise came to occupy Fauld in Staffordshire, the reversion of which was purchased by him in 1396 as another long-term investment.[footnote]Throughout this period Sir

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Messrs Watson and Co. ceds- Mr Rasbe;t Allan, and Messrs John Robertssm and Cs. Edinbhogh; Mkssrs MNEsea and Auld, aird Fauld and Cockburn, Glasenos. Such parties as are Sharleholders in the Blackvall, Croydon, Brighton, Snuth Eastern, anid Sohur Essex llailway Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MERE COSMOS INSTITUTE.[Provibon alI TH registered pnxsnant to 7th and 8th Viet, cap. ito Oa 'tol 0,0001. s0= V. s .are of t each, payable upon finasi re gidraar lion. PATRONS. pis Grace the Duke of Leinaster, The Right Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I No~ en and -WAneTioED, byaNftRD, by marre Ha n, Wokagn3 Btonemrii. Tow~n Preferred.--Addxee. B. H,,Poet Office,Henioyn.lu Aiden, warwickshfrC. c3681 f5mat d ilier" -WANTIID. by a boung Man,, a TrUATION as Soueman.- Address, J, H., Rock Hill, Warwick. dlii1 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1, 500 mcon, under Gerreral Schneider, and, o avoidincg thie cod already ruade byTlreedore uir to the foot of is Fauld, rasceid tie Ilist, and, if lie fourld that lie orild safely - do so, the second of tire irouritairl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PUBIL10 AMUEIMET. TtEATRE ROYAL, BIRMINGHAM LAST NIGHT OF MR. SImS REEVES, tpporteed by Meadame FLORENCE LANCIAN, KMi ZEPRB1NI, ad Mr. W. CGLYDON. POW1:R F1TL BAND AND CHORUS. Conductor, Mr. SIDNEy NAYLOR, TO-NIGHT (Monday), MAY 1l, at 7.S0 (in Two Subscribers-only content

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