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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Durham cathedral Monastic buildings DEANERY. DURHAM : GROUND PLAN

    attend the prior to the church, as the verger still waits for the dean'; Fowler 's notes in Rites , 256. Rites , 87. Canon Fowler was of opinion that this sub-vault was the original common-room of the monks. Its

    Corpus Christi College

    Fowler . Fowler , pp. 100, 124. President's Archives. Fowler , pp. 133-7. Hist. MSS. Com. 7 th Report , app., p. 622 (MSS. of W. M. Molyneux ). Reg. of Univ. of Oxf . ii, I, p. 14.

    Stonehouse Local government

    courts were held in the names of both William Fowler and William Sandford , 34 but after 1599 they were held only in the name of the owner of the Fowler estate. 35 The court continued, however, to exercise jurisdiction

    Gloucester , 1660-1720 City government and politics

    royalist Henry Fowler as mayor, choosing instead William Bubb , a man who had reportedly promised that once 'in power he will crush the royal interest' at Gloucester . 16 The king's order for the corporation to elect Fowler was

    Gloucestershire Records Office accumulations

    Colchester-Wemyss family of Westbury-on-Severn D 123 Curtis-Hayward family of Quedgeley D 127 Scott & Fowler of Gloucester (solicitors) D 134 Whitcombe & Gardom, later Scott & Fowler , of Gloucester (solicitors) D 149 Clifford family of Frampton on Severn D

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    amser v cynhauaf. Yr oeddwn ar fferm y gwanwyn diweddaf yn Kent, yn yr hon yr oedd aradr a drag Fowler iedi cael eu. gweithio g'yda'i ager beiriant. Y mae wedi cae] ei drin yn llwyr, a i lawr wedi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    wyddis ei faint pe 0, digwyddasai i dren ddyfod ar hyd-ddi ar y pryd. r Cafodd hen wr o'r enw Fowler, yr hwn oedd yn a ngwasanaeth y G. W. R. Co., ei iadd yn ddiweddar a yn Berry Port. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mwyaf; ond nid oedd yn meddwl fod F eynllun a gynygid yn un tebyg o effeithio y naill na'r llall.-Ir. Fowler a ddygai ymlaen gynygiad er symud ymaith yr atalfeydd ar ffordd gwerthiant a throsgiwyddisd tir.-Biliwyd hyn I gan Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    &obiabau mthmsoI. .Dywedwyd gan, Mr. Gladstone ac Arglwycdd g Granville,. yn y ddau Dy o Senedd, y byddai achos, gwythgyferbyniol BrTydain yn cael ei osod o flaen,,Bwrdd;y, Cyflafareddwyr y.ni.Geneva Yl ddydd Llun diweddaf. Deallir, pa fodd bynag, fod yr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    bwyllgor. AMOCAGYFRIF Y FYODIN. Ar ymffurfiad y Ty yn Bwyllgor Cyflenwad. Ar y i bleidlais gyntaf cynygiai Mr. 1R. N. Fowler fod y fydd. r in i gael ei lleihau ye y nifer o 10,00 o wyr. Dadleual I fod Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 December 1691, 21 December 1691

    laid Elling- •* ham and John Feild, that he then was, and for many u Years latt paft had been, Fowler to the Right Hon- *< ourable Thomas Earl of Ailtfoury, and his late Fa- '* ther the Lord Chamberlain Subscribers-only content

    28 March 1699, 28 March 1699

    g " Francis, et Hib'nüe Rex, Fidei Defenfor, &c. Prae- et pijeii Confiliario Noftro Joh'i Holt Mil. Joh'is Cheney, Joh'is Fowler, et Rob'ti Nichelßn, pro- Capitali Jufticiario Noftro ad Placita coram Nobis « borum et legalium Hominum Comitat. praed. ad Subscribers-only content

    9 December 1702, 9 December 1702

    i Ann. Journals of the Houfe of Lords. Which, being read Three Times, was agreed to. Then the Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill, " with the Amendments, Provifos, and Rider, " fhall pafs ?" It was Refolved Subscribers-only content

    12 January 1702, 12 January 1703

    the Lords Committees, the Bill, intituled, " An Adi: for confirming u and eftablißiing a Partition made by Sir Edmond Fowler " Knight, and Dame Anne his Wife, and Elizabeth " Buggin Widow, of certain Manors and Lands, in the Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1702, 8 February 1703

    return the Bill, intituled, " An Aa for confirm- " ing and eftablifliing a Partition made by Sir Edmund " Fowler Knight and Dame Anne his Wife, and Eliza- " beth Buggin Widow, of certain Manors and Lands, " in Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FOWLER, Brian (by 1526-87), of Bettisfield, Flints and St. Thomas, Staffs.

    living with Fowler and that ‘divers lewd priests’ resorted there: as one of those recommending continuance was Roger Fowke, whose wife was related to Fowler, the bishop may well have found the advice given him less than impartial. Fowler was

    FOWLER, John (by 1520-?75), of London.

    FOWLER, John (by 1520-?75), of London. Constituency Dates New Shoreham Mar. 1553 Hythe 1555 Winchelsea 1558 Weymouth 1559 West Looe 1563 Ofifces Held Groom, privy chamber by 1547-59 or later, keeper, Petworth Park, Suss. 1550. Biography Sir Richard Fowler, chancellor

    FOWLER, Thomas (by 1505-56), of Islington, Mdx., London and Calais.

    the King’s surveyor at Calais. When Fowler took up his appointment, there was little interest in the crumbling fortifications of the pale, but the years which followed saw a reappraisal which was to bring Fowler promotion as paymaster of the

    FOWLER, Richard (1681-1731), of Harnage Grange, Salop.

    FOWLER, Richard (1681-1731), of Harnage Grange, Salop. Constituency Dates Radnorshire 1715 1722 Ofifces Held Commr. for stating army debts 1720-2. Biography Fowler, whose family had been seated at Harnage since the 16th century, was returned as a Whig for Radnorshire,

    FOWLER, James (by 1530-84), of Pendeford,, Staffs.

    FOWLER, James (by 1530-84), of Pendeford,, Staffs. Constituency Dates Stafford Nov. 1554 Stafford 1558 Biography On the death in 1543 of his uncle Rowland Lee, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, James Fowler received under a settlement of 1540 the manor

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Appendix 1, Chapter 14 Islington.

    Thomas four Sons and seven Daughters. John Fowler , sole Son and Heir of Sir Tho. Fowler of t his Parish, Kt. and Bar. Who married Elizabeth the Daughter and Heir of Aunseline Fowler of the County of Gloucester ,

 

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