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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Spaxton Charities for the poor

    A further £300 was given to the poor in 1911 by Miss M. O. Galloway , a relative of the then rector. 67 Distributions of the Galloway charity were made in cash and in kind until 1958 or later. 68

    Corrigenda to Volumes I and III

    although Volumes vii-xvii ( 1905-54 ) appeared as N.S. i-xi' 17, lines 6, 23, and 4 from end, for ' Galloway ' read 'Garraway' 23, note 60, for 'Record' read 'Records' 60, note 45, for 'Jahrbucher' read 'Jahrbücher' 65, note

    Gilbertine houses Priory of St Andrew , York

    Accts. 32. Hen. VIII; ibid. no. iii. York Archiepis. Reg. Wickwane, fol. 8 b . The diocese of Whithern, or Galloway , was at this period included in the province of York . York Achiepis. Reg. Rotherham , i, fol.

    Copford Manors Richard Woods's plan for the gardens at Copford Hall , 1784

    Fiske's nephew Thomas H. Harrison (d. 1895), Thomas's brother William T. Harrison (d. 1920) who was bishop of Glasgow and Galloway 1888-1903 , William's son C. C. F. Harrison (d. 1937), and C. C. F.'s wi dow, Mrs. A. G.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Holmcultram

    the community. The Scottish possessions were chiefly in Annandale , the fief of the Brus or Bruce family, and in Galloway , the principality of Fergus . Free trade with Scotland was conceded by William the Lion and free passage

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    t-988 MWynrif drca Marsh ...;; 38 : : .:S . EVEBTON WARD. ' t. 'Galloway (Ceidwadwr): 8044 Mr. D. Hughes; (Rhyddfrydwr ; 6596 :: yafri oedrs Galloway .., 1448 TALYSARN. DANWAUI, AGEUO h eto y mae genym i gofhodihaneadanmain: i Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    convicted s-George Long, Genrge G-roves, liaac Farrar, sn hFarrar, Johi Farrar, John Mitchel, and Wm. Hasue, for bur' laryy Janesi Galloway, David Holt,'John Brook, Thomas Beasonss and Thomas Pear-sin, for grand lareeny, nithout tle benosflt of the tlatute. in stealing Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i: siiter lsrlt- I, friiiwiiliow. ( . iC C atriesille, Clanniiotnt Darligtoi, Dlerby, Doiieia, ii rcm i'ly, 101 iskilieit, litzailliarn, Galloway, Grtosveiir, Gm i firtow iota, Haret'inodo, Uerowiv y, Il-opetouiiii ;t1ol. I Stld Ir-I ta!, l ierpoil, Loosonfle, ou-nt.t Edgei'u Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    homas Harper. I The latter heing of the ultra-loyal party, it was proposed to supply his place by Mr. Alexander Galloway. .Mr. Tvrun commented in strong laiiguage upon the manner in which the signat~ires for the Lyal Addres to hi Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and the debates in PNrliamtten, lie lhor:liht nts coittinuing a member would not be exactly consistent with duly asa Magistrate.-Mt-. Galloway called upont the Alder- c an to diiavow the sentiments of tile itrfanmous Society ;-a call .("Iclt was answered Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MCDOWALL, William (c.1719-84), of Castle Semple, Renfrew and Garthland, Wigtown.

    Craufurd, in alarm consulted his friend William Mure who, after prolonged negotiation, proposed that McDowall should contest Wigtownshire against the Galloway interest. McDowall replied, 27 Jan. 1768:[footnote]I make no doubt but that there may be a probability of succeeding in

    STEWART, John (d.1769), of Castle Stewart, Wigtown.

    1747 to stand for his county as a government supporter on the interest of his kinsman, the 6th Earl of Galloway, who put him in the hands of Argyll and Pelham.[footnote] Receiving a place in 1751, he was unopposed at

    HERON, Patrick (c.1735-1803), of Heron, Kirkcudbright.

    Biography Heron’s family had long been active in opposition to the interest of the earls of Galloway in the Stewartry, but had not returned the Member since 1768. Heron himself was defeated in 1774 and his protégés in 1780 and

    STEWART, William (1737-97), of Castle Stewart, Wigtown.

    encumbered estates, left the army, and in May 1770 was brought in by Lord Galloway for Wigtown Burghs. His marriage allied him still further with the Galloway family by whom his parliamentary vote was mainly directed. Normally an Administration supporter,

    HUNTER BLAIR, James (c.1780-1822), of Dunskey, Wigtown.

    24 June 1822 Ofifces Held Capt. Ayr militia 1802, maj. 1807, lt.-col. 1807; capt. Galloway rangers 1811. Biography Hunter Blair contested Wigtownshire, where he had inherited his mother’s family estate, in 1812, on the independent interest hostile to Lord Galloway’s.

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    unknown Boughton, 20/11/1661

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 15976 Linked to person: Boughton, John 1661-1692 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Boughton Forename unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 20/11/1661 Place Church Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory

    unknown Boughton, 20/11/1661

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 15977 Linked to person: Boughton, John 1661-1692 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Boughton Forename unknown Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 20/11/1661 Place Church Clerical Status priest Letters Dimissory

    John Templar, 25/4/1661

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 15980 Linked to person: Templer, John 1657-1692 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Templar Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 25/4/1661 Place Church Clerical Status deacon Letters Dimissory

    John Templar, 25/4/1661

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 15981 Linked to person: Templer, John 1657-1692 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Templar Forename John Title Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 25/4/1661 Place Church Clerical Status priest Letters Dimissory

    Johannes Templer, 25/4/1661

    Ordination Record CCEd Record ID: 19656 Linked to person: Templer, John 1657-1692 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Templer Forename Johannes Title Mr Qualification University College Year EVENT TYPE Type ordination Date 25/4/1661 Place Church Clerical Status not given

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 11/02/1734

    a Queen Elizabeth's Sixpence, December the 27th . 1. James Macdowal , 25 Years of Age, of honest Parents in Galloway , who gave him good Education at School in Reading, Writing, Cyphering, & c. to fit him for Business,

    Ordinary's Account, 11/02/1734

    a Person the Morning of their Execution, which is as follows, viz. JAMES Mackdowal , aged 25, was born at Galloway in Scotland , whose Father was an honest Man, and rented a Farm for his Livelihood; he said while

    Ordinary's Account, 13/12/1695

    Condemned for a Robbery: Aged 22 Years, was born in Ireland : He was placed out with a Wine-Cooper in Galloway , but quitted his Service, being not governable; then he listed himself into our present King's Service as a

    Ordinary's Account, 26/05/1738

    Duty of their Allegiance, & c. 1. William Tinman , about 30 Years of Age, born in the County of Galloway in the Kingdom of Ireland , of honest Parents, who gave him a tolerable Education: When he came of

 

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