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    House of Lords Journal Volume 6, 4 November 1643, 04 November 1643-04 November 1643

    Thomas Middleton, Hall Ravencrofte, John Downs, Edward Apsley, George Oglander , Captain Tho mas Chase, Roger Gratwick, Peter Bettesworth of Fyning, Robert Aylwyn, Henry Peck , Captain Chittye . Surrey. "For the County of Surrey; William Lord Mounson , Sir British History Online

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    William Cowley, Thomas Middleton. Hall Ravencrofte, John Downs, Edward Apsley, George Oglander, Captain Thomas Chase, Roger Gratwick, Peter Bettesworth of Fyning, Robert Aylwyn, Henry Peck, Captain Chittye. Surrey. For the County of Surrey; William Lord Mounson, Sir Ambrose Browne Baronet, British History Online

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    Vineing . See Fyning. Viner . See Vyner. Vines : Richard, ii. 981. master of Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, i. 830. minister of St. Clement Danes, i. 796, 873, 1191. of Calcot, i. 182. Vining . See Fyning. Vinor . See British History Online

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    Spynie (Finrasie, Finrassie), Elginshire, ii. 1151, 1391. Fines . See Fiennes. Fingall , Earl of. See Plunkett. Fining . See Fyning. Finlow , Mr. ii. 1136 Finnes . See Fiennes. Finrasie , Finrassie. See Findrassie. Finsbury , co. Middlesex, printing British History Online

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    of Fyning, i. 335, 451, 540, 624, 640, 976, 1094; ii. 44, 310, 479, 676. Thomas, i. 450, 975, 1092, 1147, 1150, 1151; ii. 42, 308, 477, 674, 1080, 1332, 1378, 1442. of Chidden, i. 335, 540, 696. of Fyning, British History Online

    Inclosure Commission. Eleventh annual report of the commissioners., 1856

    to the distribution of the land into more convenient parcels, and materially increase its value and productiveness. Hartirig Combe, including Fyning Wood, situate in the parish of Rogate, 2f)« Rogate, containing about 848 acres. # couut>' SuM0X- The land will Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

    Historical manuscripts commission. Calendar of the manuscripts of the Most Hon. the Marquis of Salisbury, K.G., &c. &c. &c. preserved at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire. Part VII., 1899

    pay 2151. more. Signed. (2.) From Mr. William Fyning, of the Exchange. Confirming the previous certificate, and adding that 13/. more was paid by 3Ir. Malbie to a man of JBodenham's. Fyning was appointed by Norton to deal in the Subscribers-only content House of Commons Parliamentary Papers

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