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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Lincoln cathedral

    was a payment therefrom to the chantry of Bishop John Russell . There are court rolls of the manor of Friesthorpe in 1314 , 1339, and 1400, 175 but nothing to show how it was acquired. In 1303 the dean

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Des. 23 ... loywood. Thuraday... ,, 24 . ... Friesthorpe. THE WARUWIORSiUHIEL BOUNDS-Act Rieoosa Thursday.,.. Der. 24 ,..., Oheaterton Windmill. Saturday.... .. 2C ....... Wroxton Abbey. WORCESTRSEIHRS BOUNDS-At half-past Tan, This Elay,... Dec. 23 *....... ,,Bntley. Saturday.... *... .Broehridce Common. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    grateful thanks. "I em, very respectfully, " JANES MOWVLA' M." EXTRAORDINARY CURE OF SKIN DISEASES. J M i rs. Newcomb, Friesthorpe, near Market Raset:- " Jatiuary 14, 1871, "Curod of a vtey had skin disease, after having spent over £1090. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this you please. Accept our grateful tlsauks. "I am, very'respectfolly, "JANE MOWLAMf." ¶XTBAORDINARY CURE OF SKIN DISEASES E 'Mrs. Newcomb. Friesthorpe, near Market Rasen:- "January 14, 1871. " Cured of a very bad skin disease, after having spent over £100. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Accept ouy grateful thanks. "I am, very respectfully, "JANE itOWLAM." E XTRAORDINARY CURlE OF SKIN DISEASES UI t Mrs. Newcomb, Friesthorpe, near Market Itasess:- "Cusred of a very had skin disease, after nang sp14t7ov £100. Sli meslical ldvice in the Subscribers-only content

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    you please. Accept our grateful thanks. "I am, very respectfully, "JANE MOWLAV." XTRAORDINARY CURE OF SKIN DISEASES J24 Mrs. Newcomb, Friesthorpe, near Market Rascn January 14, 187L1 Cured of a very bad skin disease, after having spent over £100. in Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, B

    at Cranborne wardship bestowed on, 45 sends report on building operations at Cranborne, 250 Buddle , George [? Rector of Friesthorpe, co. Lincs. ] petition from, 373 Bufalore. See Boffalora Bugden. See Buckden Bulbeck , Thomas, of Clevedon and Kingston

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