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  • * Victoria County History *

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    with crossbraces. The original fire-places and wide floorboards remain. Lickfold Cottage, 5 south of Lickfold Green , was known as Franks in the 17th century. It is a remarkable building: the house itself is timber-framed, of the 17th, or perhaps

    Parishes Ibstone

    of Woolley Park sold the estate in 1860 to Sir Thomas Harte Franks , K.C.B., 26 at whose death in 1862 it went to his widow. Lady Franks gave it to her eldest son by a former marriage, Samuel Richard

    Great Warley

    road apparently ran south from the green to St. Mary 's Lane; it passed Hole Farm, Codham Hall , and Franks manor-house, and still existed in the 19th century as a series of footpaths and lanes known as Pilgrims Way.


    arising from the open fields, and William Hodgkin and Thomas Franks to the remainder. 30 Lady Edwards was allotted 186 a., and nearly 52 a. were allotted to Hodgkin and Franks . 31 The Brudenells had presumably surrendered their right

    Teddington Introduction

    possibly for Moses Franks , who died at Teddington in 1789 and was one of a group of rich and respected Jewish residents in the neighbourhood. 34 Sir William Chambers designed an ornamental temple and greenhouse for Franks 's garden

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    da rhai o'r tyotion. Cymerodd lower o smser y llys si gyda Franks, yr hwn oedd yn casglu y tecynau yn b egorsaf Pont Lluniain. Yr oedd Franks wedi cael y ni fantais o adnabed Mr. Gold a Lefroy, v Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ystod yr haf dyfodol. A Digwyddiad torcalonus a gymerodd le yr wythnos w ddiweddaf ynglyn a Mr. Robert Jones, gof, Franks. c town, Cymerwyd ef yn glaf yn y frech wen, aed ag at ef i'r Pest House ddydd Ian, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iro t)LN CIJ' L Eve :NATfNER. 7 i. tal' 1xsadueis of :c2jy o rie gaiii of a fte.w. No. 43 .; p ;, hiCr';g Cr;Si aof this depraJvt.-XTc pske j5orrk.-iI use C-f the Nefespapers in ikeir evrn- IVP07 7pi11..Vf(JJCr Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    indignalit at such hos- tile conduct, and declared to the Internuncio that ther could not aeiend at his fe:st. 'l'be Franks of Pera, in like fiat- ney indignant, also, 'etised ; and it is even said that Woirell, who ivere Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fSolan2' batl sworn a rreat oatb by. his, false prophet )LAHoUND,. to bave.he heads if The *nJ iest amonu, the Franks laid in comely sirdefs aat hsi.foft |stool, &c. &c, The PPst asures us,: witii a Grueuit eqa- to his Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 1 The Antiquity of LONDON.

    Field, the Franks easily entred London , and had sacked the same, had not God of his great Favour at that very Instant brought along the River of Thames certain Bands of Roman Soldiers, who slew those Franks in every

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    FRANK, Robert (1660-1738), of Pontefract, Yorks.

    Mar. 1716 Ofifces Held Recorder, Pontefract 1686–?98, 1703–d; commr. Aire and Calder navigation 1699. Biography The Franks of Pontefract, a junior branch of the Franks of Campsall, were established by Frank’s grandfather in the early 17th century. The senior branch

    DRUMMOND, John (1754-1835), of Lennoch and Megginch, Perth.

    Canada where his father had settled in 1765, as distributor of stamps and Quebec agent for Fludyer, Adam Drummond and Franks, contractors for victualling the troops in North America.[footnote] In 1768 Colin Drummond was appointed a member of the Quebec

    DRUMMOND, Adam (1713-86), of Lennoch and Megginch, Perth.

    a most honest worthy man.Drummond adhered to the Government, and in April 1764 he, Fludyer, and their American partner Moses Franks were awarded the contract.[footnote] In July 1764 Drummond, in partnership with Fludyer and Anthony Bacon secured a 30 years

    NEWTON, Thomas (d.1399), of London.

    1390 he bought the three Essex manors of South Hall in Rainham (together with the advowson of the parish church), Franks in Great Warley and Bridgemans, as well as other farmland in Wennington and Aveley from the executors of a

    COLEBROOKE, George (1729-1809), of Gatton, Surr.

    contracts, one with Thomlinson, Nesbitt, and Hanbury for remitting money for the forces in America, the other with Nesbitt and Franks for victualling them. Though during the debate on the peace preliminaries, 10 Dec. 1762, he and Nesbitt ‘were both


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