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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Smethwick Roman Catholicism

    dates from 1900. The 1910 Dir . states that the site for a permanent church and a presbytery had been given by the Galton family. Bird, Church of St. Philip Neri , 27, 29; ex inf. Miss Amy Hill .

    Parishes Hadzor

    of the 19th century, 45 when it was sold to John Howard Galton , fifth son of Samuel Galton of Dudson, Birmingham , whose grandson Hubert George Howard Galton is now lord of the manor. 46 CHURCH The church of

    Bethnal Green Dog Row Dog Row: principal estates

    Barwood, a builder, erected 16 houses in Dog Row in 1766 -81, 97 and another 4 in 1783 , 98 Galton built 5 there in 1788 -9, 99 and Dodd and Wyers two each in 1802 . 1 One Lara

    Introduction Introduction

    before 1764 Denys sold the manor to John Galton (d. 1775), then a Bristol merchant but later of Birmingham , from whom it passed to his brother Samuel (d. 1799). 9 Samuel Galton was followed in succession by his son

    Parishes Claverdon

    near Stratfordupon- Avon . The manor of Claverdon was purchased about the same time by Darwin Galton , the eldest son of Samuel Tertius Galton , who in 1824 had purchased from William Wilcox the farm and manor of Langley

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Tn -.s n j),.Nisgwyddem; pa-Amor gywip r na ,phi mor.ag.n q; vh~y Fir, ydywv flaWer? . o sylwadan r.Dv Galton ,yn k L, i waith ar .: Athry lith .1tieddiaehol;r . d &iy-maey yr 'n sijcr fiqdtalegt^-ger.ni i diin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pawb nad yw yn cydnabod anffaeied- igrwydd y Pab. ,Un ,o'r rbai mwyaf bei dgar, yn ddiameu, y.dyw Mr. Francis Galton. *,~Pair blynedd yn ol cvhoeddodd lvfr ar Athrylith Dreftadol, vn yr .hwn y cymhwysai egwyddorion Darwin at y natur Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elias Jones, 18, Canton St., Liverpool. biverpeoo.-Parcel. Owen Owens, Andeld Road; John Jones, West Derby Road; Mri. John Evans, 3, Galton St., ac N. Bebb, Princess Road. 0fafnchester.-Parcb. E. Humphreys, Roobdale, a Mr. J. Davies, Broughton, Manchester. DERBYN CENADWRIASTHAU. Mon1:- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BITTERS GWILYM EVANNS Tystiolaeth Ddiweddar. Foundry Vi1i1, FHint, Hydref 22ain, 1895. Cryndod y Y mae yn byfrydweb mawr genyf alla Galton tystiolaetbu fod eich QuiniDe Bitters wedi gwneyd byd o lea i fy mhriod, yr bon sydd wedi bod am Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    iRontilly was prevints to iter rnarriagme one of' tile Society of the neopie called Quakiers, Site was sister to iMr. Galton, who is at tins otle an elninent nrooti- tactitrer of alns, at llirminghrit, and daughter to the once celebrnted Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Chapter 4, Wharfage, cranage and pilotage

    Michael Becher John Teague Nathaniel Foy A. Isaac Elton Walter Lougher James Hilhouse Fred. Moser, for self and Part. John Galton William Wansey John Harmer Christopher Willoughby Henry Swymmer Christopher Devonshire James Macantney Richard Farr Francis Rogers Joseph Daltera Edward

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1486, 01 January 1486-31 December 1486

    in 500 l . Conditions as above, substituting Uske for Elvell. Jevan ap Meryk, Howell ap Rys, Rys Gogh ap Galton, Bedow Howell and David ap John, to the king in 500 marks. Conditions as above, substituting Knyghton for Elvell Subscribers-only content

    Index, D-J

    147, 156; Rad. and Ralph, 71, 108, 173; Ric. 58, 59 Galloway , Jos. 186, 244; Ric. 244; Walt. 151 Galton , Golton, Joh. 21 Gamble , Gambell, Edw. 78; Jac. and Jas. 78, 142; Joh. 78, 101; Rob. 101

    Cases brought before the committee, November 1648, 01 November 1648-30 November 1648

    Haines, or Hayme, Blackmore and Sturmister Newton,; Edw. Hancock, Langton, Isle of Purbeck,; Morgan Homare, Barweek, near Bridport,; John Smart, Galton,; Thos. Thornhurst, Winfrith,; John Turbervilie, Beere Regis,; Giler Turner, Corse.; Udal, or Uvedall, Cranborne,; John Williams, Mayme,; Geo. Pett, Subscribers-only content

    Henry VIII, September 1542, 26-30, 01 September 1542-30 September 1542

    Wynffrythe : Tithings of Wynffrythe 50, Owre (Nic. Chyverell, gent. with 3 servants) 32, Moreton 32, Chaldon 8, Warmwell 16, Galton 11, Eastlurwurthe or Estlulwurthe 29, Poxwell 19, Knyghton 11, Comekaynes 12. Borough of Dorchester : St. Peter's parish 75,

  • * The Clergy of the Church of England Database *

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    Edrus Showe, 26/5/1631

    CCEd Record ID: 81554 Close Window Evidence CLERICAL DETAIL Surname Showe Forename Edrus Title Qualification EVENT TYPE Date 26/5/1631 Office/Status Rector Location Galton// OTHER INFORMATION Source London Metropolitan Archives, DW/VB/1 (Liber Cleri) Ordinary / Jurisdiction Neile, Richard/Winchester 1628- 1632 Comment

 

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