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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wakes Colne Economic history

    Hall 450 a., and Great Loveney Hall 300 a.; Fishers was not recorded. Three other farms were over 100 a. By 1881 Wakes Hall farm had increased to 500 a. and Fishers to 320 a.; Crepping Hall farm was only

    Parishes Bedworth

    or more years of age. 44 In 1730 his descendants kept court baron at Bedworth . 45 In 1608 the Fishers granted the site of the manor, lands, and liberty to dig coal in the manor of Bedworth to Sir

    Islington Undenominational missions

    1964 ; 44 St. Bernard Ch . of Divine Healing , no. 169 Upper Street , 1955, closed 1956; 45 Fishers of Men mission hall, no. 86 Caledonian Rd., 1956, closed by 1964 ; 46 Kingsdown Christian mission, nos. 209-11

    Parishes Gaydon

    (q.v.), but did not pass with the latter to Thomas Newsham in 1552 , remaining in the hands of the Fishers until 1585, in which year Edward Fisher sold 19 of the 24 yardlands he possessed in Gaydon to John

    Teversham Economic history

    Long meadow and Cow common. 23 To its east lay Holm fen, renamed after 1636 Fishhouse, by 1800 Fishers fen. A 'fisher's house' by the Quy Water bank had long been demolished by 1775 . 24 A narrow South fen,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Revenge Timothens Cries,' 3 gan Mr.John Henry, yrhwn sydd ynawr yn efrydydd I yn y Royal Academy, Canig ' Three Fishers' gau I gOr Dolgelleu, a hon, yn ddiamen, ydoedd an o'rt'nau I goren a gafwyd yn ystody Gyfarfod. CAn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cbr o urhvw nifer a ano yn orea(a) Cydgan, "0 ! Fatlier whose Almighty p.),er (Jueqas-Handel); (b.) Modera Part-Sonjg, Thr~e Fishers" (afacarren.) Gwobr £40 6. IPr Cor heb fod dros 52 a gano yil orea yr anthem, "Gwna'n llawen*r ieuaoe," Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a gano yn oreu (a) Cvdgan, " 0 ! Father whose Almighty Power" I (Juaas-Handel); (b.) Modern Part-Song, "Three 1 Fishers " (Macfarren.) Gwobr £40 6. I'r Cor heb fod dros 52 a gano yn orea yr anthem, " Gwna'n Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    unrhyw nifer a gano yn oren (a) Cydgan, "0 ! Father whose Almighty Power" (Judas-Handel) ; (b.) Modern Part-Song, "Three Fishers" (Macfarren.) Gwobr £40 6. I'r C6r heb fod dros 52 a gano yn oreu yr anthem, " Gwna'n llawen Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cor o unrhyw nifer a gano yn oren,1 Cydgan, "0 ! Father whose Almighty power (Judas-Handel); (b.) Modern Part-Song, "Thrce Fishers " (Mac farren.) Gwobr £40 6. I'r Cor heb fod dros 52 a gano yn o0ie" yr anthem, " Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    26 May 1826, 26 May 1826

    is obvious; because the Smallness of their Value throws them into the Hands of all Classes ; and as the Fishers, Coopers, Women, and others employed are poor, the Acquisi¬ tion of large Notes by them seldom takes place." " Subscribers-only content

    18 July 1832, 18 July 1832

    prohibits, " interdicts and discharges the said Defenders (the Ap- " pellants) or any of them, their Tenants, Servants, " Fishers or Dependants, from fishing or killing Salmon " in any Part of the River Conon above the Line deline- Subscribers-only content

    26 February 1833, 26 February 1833

    ; the Cross Appeal Alison against Grahame; The Marquess of Donegal and others against Grattan and another ; Dixons against Fishers and another ; Hunter against Lawrence and others ; Morris against Davies and others ; His Majesty's Attorney General Subscribers-only content

    15 March 1833, 15 March 1833

    and main- " taining a Road from Bishop's Waltham to join the " Botley and Winchester Road at or near Fishers Pond, " in the Parish of Owslebury, in the County of South- " ampton;" to which they desire the Subscribers-only content

    19 March 1833, 19 March 1833

    " making and maintaining a Road from Bishop'sWaltham " to join the Botley and Winchester Road at or near " Fishers Pond, in the Parish of Owslebury, in the County " of Southampton." Ordered, That the said Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FISHER, Henry, of Maidstone; later of Boxley, Kent.

    1563 Ofifces Held Recorder and town clerk, Maidstone by 1560-2. Biography The Fishers were a well-known Maidstone family, who for many years lived in the manor house of Wyke, in what was later called Week Street. Henry, his uncle John

 

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