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  • * British History Online *

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    Surnames beginning 'F'

    d 47.11 Folks : -, wid; Mary, d, 47.8 Anne, ser, 71.5 Eliz, ser, 29.2 Follet Wm; Cath, w, 3.21 Folley Wm; Marg, w; Chris, s, 35.6 Fooakes Mary, ser, 18.6 Foode Wm, 7.17 Foone Sam, bach, ser, 79.13 Foot

    Appendix: poor laws, 25 February 1831, 25 February 1831-25 February 1831

    4 12 0 Fryday, Widow 74 1 0 Aged North Town. 5 4 0 Folley, Widow R. 72 2 0 Aged Cookham Deane. 6 6 4 Folley, Widow 36 6 6 0 Family Pay taken off. 2 12 0 Ford's

    Index of names and places, F

    minister, ii. 984. Foley (Folley, Foly): Richard, ii. 1083. Thomas, ii. 42, 307, 476, 673, 976, 1083, 1444. Folkestone , co. Kent, i. 968, 1085; ii. 36, 300, 469. Folkingham (Falkinham), co. Lincoln, ii. 981. Folley , Foly. See Foley.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I _ 1 I _ Ce . RC ,_ G(1AiX WclE- Tho average price of lirown or Muscovado Sugar, computed from the returns made in the wreek en' dirng !UY2i'y 9!iS2s. 11 . :GoVERNMENT SECUERITIES.--15OYR O'CLOCK. FUNDS. Price. SHARE Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . , ns° THE DMUStUM CONCEBT HALL.-The management of on this plaae of amusement have engaged the "Australian d Boys,5' Folley and O'Niel, who have gained enviable repu- d id. tVtion as exponents of Irish ccntricities; and also, the v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'In tihe. water ness Ithe Castle somen go' d trout irave leeen oangiit with the II wasp g-rub. Alun's, she Folley peed szport has 1lee-n had wVith the wvorm. In the Ashford wataer fishing has,ý been gIrood. The Ony. Corve. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    have been rising at the fly, and biting well at the maggot and worm. Fishing in the water alone the Folley some good roach have been taken with the maggot. Under the Ca-tle grayling have been lauded with the grasshopper. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    maggot have taken a number of fish. Pike hare been tried for with trimmers, and several fish caught. Along the Folley a pike weigh- ing 61b. was taken with the trimmer. Near Ashford some salmon have been seen going up Subscribers-only content

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