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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stondon Massey Charities

    CHARITIES 84 Henry Giles , by deed of 1575, left two cottages and about 5 acres of land on the west of the Onagar- Blackmore road in trust for an annual distribution to the poor. In 1834 the two cottages

    Bridgwater Borough

    of the borough, occasionally called a fee farm, 10 belonged to the Zouche share of Haygrove manor until 1485. 11 Giles Daubeney, Baron Daubeney (d. 1508), was succeeded by his son Henry (cr. earl of Bridgwater 1538, d. 1548). Henry

    Aston and Cote Local government

    Giles , Hist. Bampton , Suppl. p. 2. Ibid. Suppl. pp. 1-7, 9; O.R.O., Misc. WA I/1, [ff. ii-iv ] , f. 7. Giles , Hist. Bampton , 77-8; Archaeologia , xxxiii. 278. O.R.O., Misc. WA 1/1, passim ;

    Aston and Cote Charities for the poor

    381 and v.; PROB 11/214, ff. 230-2; Char. Don . 966-7; Giles , Hist. Bampton , 89; 10th Rep. Com . Char . 355. P.R.O., PROB 11/288, ff. 242v.-243; Giles , Hist. Bampton , 152, 154; Char. Don . 966-7.

    Parishes Great or Much Wymondley

    their son Giles . 52 Sir Giles outlived his son Robert and his grandson Giles and was succeeded in 1586 by his great-grandson, also named Giles , then aged fourteen. 53 At the coronation of James I both Giles Alington

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Book 3, page 261 (1563)

    is proued by þe witnes of Ihon Protiwie parishe priest of s. Clements in Prage, Ihon Pecklow precher at s. Giles in Prage, Benise precher in the castell of Prage, Androw Brod, chanon of Prage, & diuers other priests. Thanswer

    K. Henry. 3. Rob. Grostede B. of L. against the Pope.

    confesse the truth to your holynes, it is but very truth þt he affirmeth, neither can we condēpne him therfore. Giles Cardinal defendeth Rob. Grosted to the pope.He is a catholike man, ye also a holy mā: more holy &

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germany.

    pardoned, and heonely beheaded. Ex Franc. Encenate. Gyles, MartyrGood workes goyng wyth a lyuely fayth. The personof Brusels. Giles ofBrusels.An. 1544. This Giles wasborne in Brusels, ofhonest parentes. Byhis occupatiō he wasbrought vp from hysyouth to be a Cutler:In the

    K. Henry.3. Articles of Rob. Grosted agaynst the Pope.

    confesse the truth to your holinesse, it is but very truth that he affirmeth, neither can we condemne hym therfore. Giles Cardinall defendeth Robert Grosted to the pope.He is a catholike man, yea also a holy mā: more holy and

    K. Henry. 8. A Table of Martyrs which suffered in Germanie.

    his burnyng waspardoned, & he onely beheaded.Ex Franc. Encenate.Gyles, Martyr.Good workes going with a liuely fayth.The per-son ofBrusels.Gyles ofBrusels.An. 1544.This Giles was borne in Brusels, of honest parentes. By his occupatiō he was brought vp frō hisyouth to be a

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    DAUBENEY, Giles (1370/1-1403), of Kempston, Beds. and South Petherton, Som.

    DAUBENEY, Giles (1370/1-1403), of Kempston, Beds. and South Petherton, Som. Constituency Dates Bedfordshire 1395 Bedfordshire 1401 Ofifces Held (Collector and controller of a tax, Beds. Mar. 1404.) Biography The house of Daubeney was an ancient and distinguished one, and the

    LAWRENCE, Giles.

    LAWRENCE, Giles. Constituency Dates Tregony 1563 Biography This MP has not been identified. He may have been one of the Lawrences of Trethillick in Padstow, who in the seventeenth century settled in Lauceston, but the pedigrees begin too late to

    EYRE, Giles (1692-1750), of Brickworth, Wilts.

    EYRE, Giles (1692-1750), of Brickworth, Wilts. Constituency Dates Downton 2 Dec. 1715 1734 Biography Giles Eyre succeeded his uncle, John Eyre, at Downton, which he represented for over eighteen years, during which his only recorded votes were for the septennial

    GILES, Daniel (1761-1831), of Youngsbury, nr. Ware, Herts.

    Whigs imagined that Giles would purchase a seat as soon as possible. Francis Horner* reported, 31 Oct. 1807, that Giles had declined one at £4,000-£5,000, because he was ‘engaged’. Lord Grey asked Tierney, 8 Nov., if Giles would pay 4,500

    GILES (GELYS, JELYS), John (by 1487-1553), of Bowden in Ashprington and Totnes, Devon.

    GILES (GELYS, JELYS), John (by 1487-1553), of Bowden in Ashprington and Totnes, Devon. Constituency Dates Totnes 1529 Ofifces Held Mayor, Totnes 1517-18. Biography The richest merchant in the county of Devon, according to the subsidy rolls of 1523 where

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fy law ye ddiweddar, yr hwn fel y deallais sydd yn cad ei .ddysgu i blant eg- lwys St. - Giles, amberwell.. Mew un lle, dysga-fod I y Forwyn Fair i gael:ei galw yn '-Fare Duw.' 1 Mewn lie arall Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1877, dedfrydwyd tin Giles Hntch. legs, ynghydA'i dad a'i frawd, iye mrawdlys Somereet a i ddicddef 24 mlynedd o benyd wasaneeth am r lofruddio heddgeidwad yn Hardington, gerllaw Yeavil, I a fhroeglwyddwyd hwy i garchar Chatham. Mua Giles er's crya Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Aberhonddn, I ond nid oes dim sicrwydd am byn. Beth bynag, yr 3 ydym yn cael ei fod yn meddiant Giles de Breos, esgob lienffordd, a mab William de Breos, yn gynar yn y xiii. ganrif, a bn yn meddiant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    CYMDEITHASFA ABERTEIFI. (Parhad o tudal. 7.) b iawn. Gellweh fynei i'r pulpul a gwrteyd eieh goreu 9 mewn rbyw ffarf, ac eto gellwch adael argraff ar y Y gynnlleiffa nsd ydyeh yn gwneyd yr Lyn yr ydych yn I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    %Hirw'aun 12 Wi~lliamz Morgan ..11 .Canton: 18 William EDvies 18 Cowbridge, 14 D.;M. Iorverth . 11 eto 15 Msxgaret EL. Giles i.. 12 Cwmdir 1 Jobn Christmas ... 18 Betbania Aberdar: f17 Tom'George 12 Liba'nns, Dowlais' 18-ohn Morris ... 14 Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 5, Chapter 4 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT. [Charities.]

    Thomas Sibsey Richard Holland Ederal Hallet Richard Toll Hellen Langworth Sir John Persival Dame Thomazin Persival Sir Steven Jennings Sir Giles Laughter Richard Smith John Treswel John Harris John Bennet Thomas Spight John Wilford Richard Waddington Sir Thomas Row Sir

    Book 1, Chapter 16 Tower of LONDON. Wall and Bulwark.

    the second of his Reign, commanded the Treasurer and Chamberlain of the Exchequer, to deliver out of his Treasury unto Giles of Andwarp, 200 Marks of the Fines taken of divers Merchants, or Usurers of London (for so be the

    Book 2, Chapter 2 Portsoken Ward. Trinity Priory.

    Days, in the time of War, at his proper Cost. And in the last War he made a Default. That Giles de Wodeham, Kt. made a Ditch upon the King's Way , called Kingescestand. Philip Lands dwells in a House

    Book 6, Chapter 3 The City of WESTMINSTER.

    Lord Gray of Wilton ; and on the other Side, at the Entry into Totehill Field, Stourton House , which Giles , the last Dacre of the South, purchased and built new. Whose Lady and Wife Anne , (Sister to

    Book 5, Chapter 1 The SPIRITUAL GOVERNMENT.

    within Newgate Freers. G. GREGORY by Powles, diocis London , appropred to the pety Chanons of Poules. The decims xxs. Giles without Crepilgate, diocis London , Patrons Deane and Chapiter of Powles. The decims xxs. George in Puddyng lane, diocis

 

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