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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Cowley Church

    edn.). See Hist. Mon. Com. Mdx . 11. Ibid. For this rector, see D.N.B . v. 1057, and above. See Freshfield , Communion Plate of Mdx . 8, and faculty in church chest. Marriages 1563-1751 printed in Mdx. Par .

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    . P. Foot , General View of the Agriculture of the County of Middlesex ( 1794 ) Freshfield , Communion Plate E. Freshfield , The Communion Plate of the Parish Churches in the county of Middlesex ( 1897 ) Guildhall

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    . P. Foot , General View of the Agriculture of the County of Middlesex ( 1794 ) Freshfield , Communion Plate E. Freshfield , The Communion Plate of the Parish Churches in the County of Middlesex ( 1897 ) Grange

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    of Middlesex P. Foot, General View of the Agriculture of the County of Middlesex ( 1794 ) Freshfield , Communion Plate E. Freshfield , The Communion Plate of the Parish Churches in the County of Middlesex ( 1897 ) Guildhall

    Great Stanmore Church

    6-7, 18. Hist. Mon. Com. Mdx . 114. Guide to ch. of St. John , 19. T.L.M.A.S . xvii. 239. Freshfield , Communion Plate , 41. Guide to ch . 17. The registers from 1599 to 1934 are in M.R.O.,

  • * British History Online *

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    The Common Paper, Subscriptions to the oath, 1417-1613

    in Freshfield, p. 246, and Jenkinson, Plate VI; signature and paraph reproduced in Freshfield, p. 247. See Jenkinson, pp. 130, 131 and Plate VII. Notarial mark reproduced in Freshfield, p. 247, and Jenkinson, Plate VII. Notarial mark reproduced in Freshfield,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 30 June 1642, 30 June 1642-30 June 1642

    a Delinquent, for being an Actor in taking away Part of the Magazine in Lancashire . Town of Colchester versus Freshfield. Upon reading the Petition of the Town of Colchester , against Freshfeild ; it is Ordered, That the Earl

    Abbreviations and select bibliography

    dec'd deceased. P. H. Ditchfield, The City Companies of London and their good works (1904), pp. 310 – 13. Freshfield E. Freshfield, 'Some Notarial Marks in the "Common Paper" of the Scriveners' Company', in Archaeologia , vol. 54 (1895), pp.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 17 May 1642, 17 May 1642-17 May 1642

    can be made against any Witnesses, this House * will consider of it at the Hearing. Town of Colchester and Freshfield. Ordered, That the whole Cause between the Town of Colchester and Freshfeild is referred wholly to the Lord Keeper.

    House of Lords Journal Volume 5, 31 May 1642, 31 May 1642-31 May 1642

    Smarte's Cause, as Witnesses for him; and that the Defendants shall have Liberty to cross-examine, if they shall desire it. Freshfield versus The Town of Colchester. Upon the Petition of Freshfeild ; it is Ordered, That Mr. Justice Reeves shall

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    14th instant. MP CHIARLvES KAY]E-The papers saythat the deficiences of Mr Charles Kaye (late of the firm of Kaye and Freshfield, Solicitors to the Basikt) are estimated at the very extent at 50,0001., and that his conduct inari, way implicates Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of the Editor, and of 51. from the *i Social Fellows under Old Parr," which was yesterday lodged with Mr Freshfield, Secretary to the Spanish Committee, all the contributions to this very interesting charity have been distributed among the families Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. T. Earl, Lewisham, KIent, plumber. BANKRUPTS. C. Robertson, D. D. Milligan, and R. M. Dalzell, Lime street {square, merchants. [Freshfield and.Son, New Bank buildings. M. Wilshere, Woolwich, carrier. [Suter, Greenwich. J. anti R. B. Berry, Ashburton and Ivy Bridge, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Lord ,,,A Forester, G.C.W. - Fortescue, G ..... A Franldiand, R ....... A Freemantle, Sir T. F. N French, A........... Freshfield, J. W. .,,. N Fyler, T. B. ........A Garlies, Viscount.... GasoDyne, J..... Gisborne, T ........ A Gilbert, D.......... G(rdon, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    I FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.-Tuesday, Feb. 12. BANKRUPMTCEs ANNCLLED.-T. Sandys, Bell-court, Brook's-market, bookseller. - . R. Reynolds, Manchester. cabinet-maker. H. Pearce, Bishopsgate-within, tavern-keeper. 16 OSKRUPTS. S. Hills, Hammersmith, schoolmistress--[Hormby and Towgood, St. Swithin's-lane. H. Joyce, Essex-st., Strand, oilman.-[Walker, Austinfriars. Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Formby Lodge

    (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Grapes Hotel, Freshfield, Formby, Lancashire, England 1937 Congregational Church Hall, Church Road, Formby, Lancashire, England 1942 Grapes Hotel, Freshfield, Formby, Lancashire, England 1952 Masonic Hall, Duke Street, Southport, Lancashire, England

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1828, 29 April 1828

    Freshfield, and that Mr. Freshfield gave him some- « thing." " Do you recollect that he said he promised him the " Remainder?" " He told me he had spoken to Mr. Freshfield about it, '* and that Mr. Subscribers-only content

    29 April 1828, 29 April 1828

    *28. 9 Geo. IV. 29° Aprilis. 28? " of doin" willingly to any one who is a Friend of " Did you shew Mr. Anderdon's Letter to Thovias " Cock?" «¦ I might." " Do you recollect asking Thomas Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1828, 2 May 1828

    28. 9 Geo. IV. 2° Mail. 311 Dis- se- ill, >n es of ses, :ed: ises nd Bill. ir ce " In consequence of missing him that Evening, did " you call the next Day ?" '« Yes." & Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1828, 2 May 1828

    you to go upon this Occasion ; who sent « you?" " Mr. Freshfield sent me." " At what Time of the Day was it Mr. Freshfield sent « you ?" " I believe it was about the Middle of Subscribers-only content

    2 May 1828, 2 May 1828

    Mr. Freshfield canvassed " Penryn." " How long ?" " I really cannot tell how long; I believe it was " at least Twelve Months; but I have no Documents " by me." (Mr. Williams.) " Was Mr. Freshfield known Subscribers-only content

 

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