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  • * British History Online * *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 9, 20 February 1647, 20 February 1647-20 February 1647

    respited till the Copes and other Things be valued. Courteen and the E. I. Co. This Day John Darrell, George Gawton , and Tho. Hill , were sworn at this Bar, as Witnesses, which are to be examined by the

    Index, G

    See Ghent. Gaunton. See Ganton. Gawdy , Robt., 780. Gawkthorpe , letter dated at, 1152. Gawteres or Gawtresse. See Galtres. Gawton , Wm., 899. Gayer , Reginald, g. 597 (15). Gayette. See Gaeta. Gaynesford (Gaynfoorth), Mrs., 664. -, (Gainsford, Gaysford),

    Cases brought before the committee, March 1651, 01 March 1651-31 March 1651

    2 13 0 For keeping Prince Rupert's house 100 15 8 With marginal notes of their names. [1644 ] Thos. Gawton and Rob. Sellers; [1645 ] Wm. Skipman and Thos. Hill; and 1646 Chris. Wood and Warell. 21 March 1651. Subscribers-only content

    The Common Paper, Subscriptions to the oath, 1417-1613

    [p. 123 ] Robert Preston 73 [ . . . of Thomas Bradforth, 1551, or Nicholas Kingston, 1554 ] Richard Gawton', 11 July 1566 Richard Dunkyn 73 Henry Burr 76 John Pigbon 77 , 10 Dec. 1566 73 [ .

    Henry VIII, May 1536, 16-20, 16 May 1536-20 May 1536

    and the master of the ordnance, Watyr Jhons best. 3. At Bechame Tower, before the master of the ordnance, Wm. Gawton best. 4. At Watyr Fortunes quarter, before Master Gaysford, Nic. Fox best. 5. At Bechame, before Mr. High Marshal

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dovost United, 290; Bedford United, 180; Gunsitslake, 150; Cal9teclr, 136; Holmbush, 1 00; Devon Great Usited, 99; West Caradon, 65; Gawton, 62 ;l Marke Valley, 47; -East Caradous, 37; New West Cussadon, 16. Henry Hughli-ge and -Frederick Pope waere agin Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after ten o'clock, Hall being first to step within the ropes. He was waited on by Jack McDonald and George Gawton, while Bob Brettle, of Birmingham, and Jem Hodgkiss, his trainer, did the needful for Wilkinson. Not more than even Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    20th inst. The directors of the English and Foreign Credit 4Company recommend a dividend of 5s. 6d. per share. The Gawton Copper Mining Company have declared .a dividend of 5s. per share. The following are the imports and exports of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Great C-onsols, 8~t5;olcoath, 70, 72.1; t 6 Madras1, 4; East Loell,` 1V 17; Heas' Van, 4, v Emma i10 full, Gawton, 2.B , at Great Lareo, 17;Great 'Miec Vore EuJt, 6; Hingaton Down, 8, the IeValley, 3t 4. 'iewi losoeware, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    25 - Dolcoath, 70, 72X; East Lovell, 18,19; *East Van, A.-, 4; East Wheal Grenville, 11, i; Emma, 91, 94; Gawton, 24-, 3; Great WhealVor, 6.. 7; Hingston Down, 7*, 8; Bf k, i; Parys Mountain, kg; Pennerley, 21, Pince Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hill Croome

    Elizabeth married John Gawton , who, after the death of Katherine, gave her son Thomas £6 13 s . 4 d . for the right to enjoy the estate. Shortly afterwards Elizabeth, the wife of John Gawton , was 'stolen

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