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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, F, 01 September 1546-31 January 1547

    364. Figueroa , Peter Fernandez de, count of Feria, q . v . Filcoke , Hugh, i. g. 1537 (21). Filham , Devon, l. g. 149 (37). Filoll (Fylowe) , Jasper, ii. g. 200 (24). Fillongley (Fyllyngl ey) , Warw.,

    Henry VIII, January 1546, 26-31, 01 January 1546-31 January 1546

    John Quaynse in Mannesley, Tosbery, Tyttesbery and Grendicke, a little grove of "lez allers" in tenure of Wm. Fotes in Filham. woods called Shepiswell Grove alias Sopwell Grove, and Brandes Woode, Prestlenche Woode, Horse Parke, Patteshole Grove, Northwoode and Asshebere

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    biZ5 fellow parishioners:- " Ceoiicli-A Sermou wilt be preached, ot 5l~nFR, next, Ja1v 25, 1819, by the Vicar or Filham, antd a C i nf~terwsarrcsinide, for the benetit of tihe Souiety for thei 3 -. tion of the asopel Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Major E. P. White, to be Major, without parchase, March 22. PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED. J. Boultber and J. Fsirlie, Parson's green, Filham, wax- bleachers-W. Cattell and S Hobill, White street, Southwark, pawnbrokers-J. a.d S. Meal, Slabhwaite, Yorkshire, silk and cotton dyers-G. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    21., Mr. v, BI.- C. OAte6, Perslserpe, XTewark. Nottq; second, It., MIr. Parkins H. Jones. RAIneligh Cottage RKing's RO8 , Filham, S.W. CLASS 131.-OWL9 (Foreigirn.-Firet; 21., Mr. Joehlss Fieldiag, jrn, Psrk Terraco, Rochdale: second, t.l, Mr. E Horner, larec. CL^Ass Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    by witness on a warrant. The letters were pub in, the first running as follows "Ward A 2, Workhonse Infirmary. Filham, Angist 2, 1893 Right Hon. Sir,-I most respectfully beg to inform you that I have just undergone another operation. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    been awarded to Fleet-paymaster S. S. C. Hill. At West London Police Court. Mr. Curtis-Bennett dia-' charged George Culver, of Filham, who, it was alleged, while drunk and disorderly, had assaulted a police- constable. The defence was that the officer Subscribers-only content

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