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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Economic infrastructure and institutions Population

    ; Newton 141 and 2,581 at the same dates; Great Boughton 544 and 2,690; 25 the whole of Saltney ( Flints .) 156 in 1821 and the built-up civil parish of East Saltney 2,642 in 1931 . 26 Even Blacon

    Index K-Z

    Douglas , Minshull & Co.; Douglas , Minshull & Muspratt Moat House Hotel Mold ( Flints .) Mold , Roger of Mold Junction ( Flints .) Mollington Mollington Lane see also Parkgate Road Monk , John Monmouth , duke of:

    Index A-J

    Holy Trinity parish Holyhead (Ang.) Holywell ( Flints .) Home & Colonial , Messrs. Honey Stairs Hoole Hoole heath Hoole Lane Hoole Road Hope ( Flints .) Hope , John family Hopedale ( Flints .) Horn Lane Mount Horsegate Hostage

    The V.C.H. Cheshire appeal

    Foster , Esq., Arley Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frazer , Kew , Surr. Sir William Gladstone , Bt., Hawarden, Flints . Lyndon Har rison , Esq., M.E.P., Chester M. Hassall , Esq., London E. M. Hawes , Esq., Kingsley

    Late georgian and victorian Chester 1762-1914 The economy, 1841-70 : reorientation and boom

    1964 ). Jnl. Flints . Hist. Soc . xxv. 166-9; xxvi. 151; Flints . R.O., NT/1(a); ibid. D/BC/ 3419 ; Dodd , Ind. Revolution in N. Wales . Jnl. Flints . Hist. Soc . xxvi. 148; Flints . R.O., NT/1(a).

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LLOYD, Salusbury (d.1734), of Leadbrook, Flints.

    (d.1734), of Leadbrook, Flints. Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs 21 May 1728 1734 Biography Lloyd, christened John, took the name of Salusbury on his marriage, when he acquired an estate carrying a considerable interest in Flint. Having rented another estate in

    WILLIAMS, Kyffin (c.1697-1753), of Bodelwyddan, Flints.

    (c.1697-1753), of Bodelwyddan, Flints. Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs 1747 30 Oct. 1753 Biography Kyffin Williams owed his seat primarily to the interest of his cousin, Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, though he was, like his elder brother Hugh, a government supporter,

    EYTON, Thomas (?1682-1757), of Lower Leeswood, Flints.

    EYTON, Thomas (?1682-1757), of Lower Leeswood, Flints. Constituency Dates Flint Boroughs 10 June 1721 1727 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Flints. 1711-12. Biography Eyton, the head of a prominent Flintshire family, was a fellow member with Sir Watkin Williams Wynn of the

    GLYNNE, Sir John, 6th Bt. (1713-77), of Hawarden, Flints.

    GLYNNE, Sir John, 6th Bt. (1713-77), of Hawarden, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1741 1747 Flint Boroughs 28 Nov. 1753 1 June 1777 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Flints. 1751-2. Biography While still a minor Glynne married the heiress to the estates of

    CONWAY, John (by 1522-79), of Rhuddlan and Bodrhyddan, Flints.

    CONWAY, John (by 1522-79), of Rhuddlan and Bodrhyddan, Flints. Constituency Dates Flintshire 1558 Flint Boroughs 1563 Ofifces Held Escheator, Flints. 1550-1, 1552-3, 1563-4, 1567-8, sheriff 1558-9, j.p. 1555, from 1564. Biography The Conway family, settled in Flintshire since the end

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Anne Bentley

    Details Anne Bentley in religion Anne Born in Flints Died 1770 13 Feb in Brussels father John Brendley mother Elizabeth Bratt

    Anne Mostyn

    Details Anne Mostyn in religion Mary Anne of St Winefrid Born 1663 in Flints Died 1715 26 Jun in Lierre father Sir Edward Mostyn Bart mother Elizabeth Downes

    Elizabeth Mostyn

    Details Elizabeth Mostyn in religion Lucy of the Holy Ghost Born 1654 in Flints Died 1707 15 Nov in Lierre father Sir Edward Mostyn Bart mother Elizabeth Downes

  • * British History Online *

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    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 4

    78 3,948 55 1,823 22 1,368 30 1,033 53 1,734 64 3,681 104 7,352 70 4,541 180 7,914 160 2,366 Flints do . 469 393 122 76 825 555 85 42 450 616 1,948 4,166 2,001 3,777 1,893 2,550 1,021

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 29

    - - - - - - - - - - - Skins Number . 7,800 3,900 8,890 30,000 - - Flints Peculs. 42,245 21,122 Peculs. 7,559 5,670 Peculs. 792 1,584 10,075 20,150 2,331 2,331 Peculs . 1,397 2,095 Peculs .

    Affairs of the East India Company, Appendix B No. 3

    78 3,948 55 1,823 22 1,368 30 1,033 53 1,734 64 3,681 104 7,352 70 4,541 180 7,914 160 2,366 Flints do . 469 393 122 76 825 555 85 42 450 616 1,948 4,166 2,001 3,777 1,893 2,550 1,021

    Index, F, 01 January 1669-31 December 1674

    Street (London), 1433. Flemming , John, p. 101. Fletcher , Jervase, 181. -, Christ., 232. Fleyne , Morris, p. 100. Flints , p. 372. Floaty Pink , the, p. 323. Flood, Thos. , p. 100. Florida Cape , map of,

    Index, F, 01 January 1661-31 December 1668

    1604. Flax , 32, 301, 332, 333, 345, 368, 369, 975, 1030. -, see also Virginia. Flexmore , , 1702. Flints , 1329, 1480. Flogging (thirty lashes), 164. Florida , 427, 1243, 1600, 1644. -, Gulf of, 812, 1661. -,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyddi fawr m Plato a'r blaen. g, Al ag y gweddill o'r ysarifau yn y Chwarterolyn - hwn ar ";Pauperism," "Flints and Ltheir EviY- dences," " The Political and Ecclesiastical Situa- t tion,"a'r Nodiadau Llenyddol, y rhai sydd yn bur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    draethadyn arall, gan ddodi ei enw wrtho, dau yr enw, ZMet odism6 Thmnaskcd. intended as e27 lanatory a1 Supplement to Flints to Heads of Families; sa mewn rv atodiad i'w Iyfr, Vindivation, y mae Mr. Charles yn g gwneuthur amryw Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    sleiuce I oe hattterry etfectinally, amd cover our boats, which were dispatelled tiler the orders of l3retetnts RIbet ts dtt Flints; first of their resprelive siip% mlad i I ami halipy Itn say they suc ceeded in boartiig her; blit Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and Measures, with Tables, &C. &C.-Cons olidati on and Amendment of the Law of Bankruptcy-Abstract of the New Jary Act- Flints on the Impressment of Seaman (concluded)-The Inquirer (concluded)- FPrther Remarks on the None-Eternity of Matter-Contract Meetings in White tuesia-Grand Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    English operas, asid did not introduce four-footed performers but tose gentlemeii did not surely remember the hatte of the " Flints and .- e LORD CHANCELLOR C acdO asked how lONg it was since the patent theatres had brought out Subscribers-only content

 

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