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  • * British History Online * *

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    Surnames beginning 'G'

    s, ?bach, 15.9 Tim, 76.11 Gladman Jos; Mary, w; Amy, d, 1.16 Gladoe Sam, ser, 33.6 Gladwin Wm, ser, 71.6 Glaister Marg, 26.18 Gland Hen, bach, 17.104 Glanvile Glanvill: Anne, wid, 37.13 John; Jane, w, 9.27 John, bach, 72.10 Sam,

    Index, G, 01 January 1524-31 December 1530

    Giustiniano , Marco Antonio, 3716. Gladon , Thos., his sig., 3066 (2). Gladwene , Wm., g. 4445 (28). Glaistre or Glaister, parson of, 665, 766. Glammis , lord of, 602, 702. -, master of, 670 ii. Glamorgan , Wales, g.

    Cases before the Committee, February 1647, 01 February 1647-28 February 1647

    November. 61 608 NOTE 150 120 25 May 1652. County Committee certify the request of Aglionby, Hen. Baines, and Rich. Glaister, for return of beds, bedding, & c., taken from them as delinquents by the late committee, and still retained. Subscribers-only content

    Index, G, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    25). Givry (Gynry), Monsieur de, 3348. Gladestry (Glawdster), co. Radnor, g. 2863 (6). Glaisedale , Th., 438 (3 m. 4). Glaister , Alex., p. 1509. Glamford . See Glanford. Glamorgan (Clomorgan) and Morgannok county and lordship in South Wales, 438

    Henry VIII, Miscellaneous, 1509-1514, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    (62) 6 Oct., by John Bower, or B owyer, of Hatfeld, for gunstones of iron. (63) 15 June, by Alex. Glaister (for Th. Mirfyn, skinner), for spleter copper. (64) 24 May, by John Cavalcant, for hagbushes and morispikes. (65) 5

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mollv." W. Blackwood and Sons. Gald6s, B. Perez.-Gloria, a noveL Translated from the Spanish by Nathan Wetherell. Remington and Co. Glaister, Elizabeth.-A Constant Woman. Illustrated. (Ble Bell Series.) Marcus Ward and Co. Jenkinson, Henry Irwin.-Practical Guide to the English Lake Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    after tho thieves had sot safely off with their booty, which included valuable 6hl silver articles. John Sinmpson and Jamnes Glaister, agent mard certified manager of Messrs. Bahi and Co.'s coal-pits, Harrington, Csmberland, were elntrged at Whitehaven, on Thus-ay, by Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    (defendant) subsequently presettct himself at tme office, andi asked for atid receivel tble money due to Madin. De- feondalit gave Glaister part of tile mon.ey Y, att aske Wits not to say- anytbing, but thie latter, on hilting Iiet en- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    At the time he believed Glaister was trying to strangle his wife, but as he subsequently beeird a gurgling noise he thought she had reoevered,-The tury returned a verdict of "Wilful murder" against Richard Glaister, and found that he bad Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Council Olffires, Stafford. MATT. F . BLAICISTON, Clerk of the CountyCucl l. Stafford. tieptem Lec Ii2, 1891. S TD r.ELIZABETH GLAISTER, Dec eased, gF Randatrs. ELIZABETH ANN WIL.LCOX, Deteased, formerly p of-%tary3pnrt,CUMberlma~d.ROBERTHENttY WVLtLCOX, theiHus- band of JElizabc-tb Ago Willeox Iformerly Subscribers-only content

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