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  • * British History Online *

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    Addenda, June 1697, 01 June 1697-30 June 1697

    to the Duke of Shrewsbury. I enclose deposition of Edward James and Wm. Fullwood. [The Spanish ] have killed many of our people in cold blood, wherever they have met with them, and when asked why, their common answer is

    Addenda, January 1697, 01 January 1697-31 January 1697

    when forced ashore in Cuba. 30 Jan., 1686 ( presumably in error for 1696 7). Copy of deposition of Wm. Fullwood, master of the Dolphin of Philadelphia, as to a similar outrage by the Spaniards. 1 pp . [ Colonial

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    317, 517, 741 (1). -, Anne Countess of East, 187, 317 (2), 741 (3), 1110, 1257. -, see also Emden. -, letters to Count and Countess of, 1210. Frobisher , Martin, 1204. Fuggers , the, 881. Fullwood , William, 490.

    House of Commons Journal Volume 3, 29 May 1643, 29 May 1643-29 May 1643

    with the Addition of Thr ee Names for that County; viz. Rob. Payne of Wintringham, Rob. Vinter of Godmanchester, Jeroase Fullwood of Huntington: Seizing Horses. "Provided always, that this Ordinance shall not extend to the seizing or taking any Horses,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 5 August 1644, 05 August 1644-05 August 1644

    Burrell , and John Castle , Esquires, Thomas Templer, John Bonner, Robert Harvey, Robert Vinter, William Drury , and Jarvasc Fullwood , Gentlemen, the remaining P art of the said Committee, have divers Times been necessitated to restrain and imprison

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Scalby

    the foreshore at Fullwood in 1322 and 3 s . 4 d . from stone for millstones and tombs there and on Cloughton Moor , 5 and in 1661 £4 farm of the brushwood and quarries of Fullwood and 'Gatelie'

    Parishes Ullenhall

    of Henry VIII it came to John Fullwood son of Richard Fullwood of Clay Hall in Tanworth in marriage with Jane the daughter of Baldwin Heath of Forde Hall . 53 John Fullwood was succeeded by his son John, 54

    Parishes Henley-in-Arden

    , Packwood , to be distributed among 20 poor people of Henley . Lady Fullwood 's Charity. According to the Parliamentary returns of 1786 Lady Fullwood gave a rentcharge of 17 s . 9 d . for the poor of

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    Domesday Bk.), friendly societies , see societies and clubs Frodesley , n fruit , see crops fulling , see mills Fullwood , R. J., & Bland , Furber , Ric., Furnivalle , Baron, see Talbot gallows , n game ,

    The parish of Prestwich with Oldham Oldham

    sold to various persons about 1657. 81 Count Hill , 82 Polden, 83 Crowley, 84 Watersheddings , Barrowshaw, Broadbent, Peacote, Fullwood , and Hodgeclough, lie in this portion of the township. The growth of the town at the beginning of

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BIRTH. Lately, at 28 Fullwood's rents, Flolborn, Airs Carr, of two' female children. The birth of these children is rendered remarkable by their presenting the same phenomenon as that which distinguished the Siamese youths. MARRIED. On the 15th iost. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    which will be. found very well worth attention. The [, artists represented are Messrs. Wainwright, LAngley, E. 1i Harris, Breakspeare, Fullwood, Whitworth, Mercer,- E, S. e Harper, Fortesoue,S. Currie, C. and W. J. Morgan, Keeley, g Pope, &o, Without attempting Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was withdrawvn so that he muigiht give evidcice against ty Lilly. Mr. Wariningtoms defemtdcd.-it iwes alleged that I the inais Fullwood went to the place drunk, and was sup-. plied with liquor until lit becatite insensible. Ile fell down and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .Fullwood (3), IV. Cuim, ad A. Hall; out flowers, J. Jones, D. Hobley, J. Smith, 1albdhouse, J. Bullock, and F, G. Oliver; fruit. F. G. Oliver and Mrs. Law; vegetables, J. Kniglht, J. Smith, G. LaItham, W. Billings, S. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PELSALL. ' BRFACII Or THE I,CE;SI NO Acr.-At the Rusi hall PettySessions, yesterday, Jobu Cresswell,Peleall, thelholiler 7 e. of an out-door heer license, was summoned for permitting ( intoxicating liquors to be consumed on his premises on the v Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BERKELEY, Sir Maurice (1358-1400), of Uley and Stoke Gifford, Glos.

    Gloucestershire 1391 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Glos., Som. June 1389 (trespasses, Fullwood and Kingswood). Ofifces Held J.p. Glos. 15 July 1389-June 1390. Biography Maurice was the great-grandson of Maurice, Lord Berkeley (d.1326), and grandson of the Sir Maurice who

    DENYS, Sir Gilbert (d.1422), of Siston, Glos.

    Gloucestershire 1395 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Som., Glos. June 1389 (trespasses in Fullwood and Kingswood), Glos. Jan. 1412 (contributions to a subsidy); to determine an appeal in the constable’s ct. Feb. 1394; of sewers, Glos. Feb. 1402, Mar. 1410;

    MILLE (MULLE), Thomas (d.1422), of Traymill, Devon, and Harescombe, Glos.

    gaol delivery, Hereford castle Apr. 1399; oyer and terminer, Glos. June 1402, Worcs. Aug. 1405; inquiry, Som. Apr. 1403 (poaching, Fullwood), Glos., Bristol Jan. 1414 (lollards), Glos., Herefs. May 1419 (concealments), Glos. Feb. 1421 (repairs to guttering at Lee), Oct.


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