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  • * Victoria County History *

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    The borough of Hove

    of Brighton stands was known as Goldstone Bottom , and part of it is now preserved as a public park. Within this is a large block of sarsen stone known as the ' Goldstone '. 3 The stones which now

    Parishes Stagsden

    of the name of Goldstone held land in Stagsden of the barony of Bedford . In 1286 Geoffrey Goldstone was called to warrant his mother's dower in Stagsden , 72 and twenty years later Peter Goldstone held half a virgate

    Parishes Hertford (All Saints' & St John's )

    to his daughter Eleanor wife of John Norres 67 of Goldstone , co. Kent . 68 A John Norres, apparently the younger brother of William Norres, who succeeded John in Goldstone , 69 held Jenningsbury jointly with his wife Isabel.

    Parishes Ebbesborne Wake

    sons Thomas (d. 1766) and William (d. 1780), his daughter Grace (d. 1784), wife of Gwyn Goldstone , and by Grace's daughter Grace Goldstone . 155 In 1792 the lands, c . 120 a., were held by the younger Grace's

    Victoria County History

    Sir Geo ., Bt. (fl. c . 1833), 56 Grace, m. Gwyn Goldstone , 56 Grace, see Skinner Grace, w. of Sir Geo . (d. 1822), see Goldstone Thos., 56 Wm., 56 Dufosee , Peter, 217 Dunford : H. F.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, G, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    (Gouldman), George, Dr., 9, 435, 463 Goldsmith (Gouldsmith) -, Anthony, 366 -, Henry, 158 -, John, 82, 249, 444, 449 Goldstone (Goulston) -, John, 334 -, Nicholas, 455 -, Robert, 144 Good , Henry, 452 -, Nicholas, 366 Goodacker ,

    General Index, G, 01 March 1654-31 December 1654

    Hall , London charges on commissioners at letters dated from payments from treasurers at letter of warrants or orders to Goldstone , the Feathers at Good , Thos. Goodday , Wm. Goodes , Hen. Goodman , prothonotary in North Wales Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 16 February 1650-31 December 1650

    for letters to treasurers at, see also Herring, Rich., and Waring, Mich. payments by warrants to treasury at charges on Goldstone , Capt. Roger Gooch , Capt. Jno. Good , Wm. (woodward) Gooday , Major Saml Goodier , Moses Gooding Subscribers-only content

    Index, G

    Goldington , Goldyngton, Beds, 181. Goldsmyth , William, sheriff of Gloucester (town), 800 (i). Goldstone , Thomas (II), prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, 93, 532 (x). Goldstone , Golston [in Ash ] , Kent, manor, 907. Goldwell , James, bishop of Subscribers-only content

    General Index, G, 01 June 1661-31 December 1662

    John, certificate by Golding , Hen. Goldingham . Thos. Goldsborough , Wm., clerk of Parliament Goldsmiths' Company Hall, records in Goldstone , Hen. Goletta Bay Gomeldon , or Gumbleton, Wm. Gomme , Sir Bernard le, or de petition of Good Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    libel, 813.. Spicerv. the Hon. and Rev.W. Capel, 81 .. Trial of Lewis v. Flood and another for trespass, 826.. Goldstone v. the County Fire Office, 826.. Trial of Daniell v. Bowles for breach of promise of marriage, 827 . Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Deeley, Birmingham, comb-nmaker. [Arnold cud Co. Birssinghanm. - it J. Mills, Tetbcry, Gloccestershire, draper. [Jenkitss asid Co. New inn. It. Goldstone, Bath, dealer. [ilisber, Castle st. Holborn. DIVIDEN DS. Oct. 10. T. Surflen, Abelcurels lasse, merchasst.-Oct. 13. B. Eyre, Huddersfield, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    destitution to which burglars are reduced, when they thus break into a theatre?] THE WRECK OF T1E PEGASUS STEAMER. The Goldstone rock, on which t(ie ill-fated vessel struck, is situate to the south-east of the entrance of the harbour of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fiva furlongs. Air. Ashton's Master Sam(31b) 1 Mr. Lowe's f by Pellegrilno- Mr. Barnard's Vender I Heart's Delight Mr. Bsrnard's Goldstone IMr. Mannington's Laminer. Mr. Barnard's Stipulation geyer (31b) er. Beverley's Lady Godolphin Lord Rendlesbam's Iceland Air. Brown's Grand Composer Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    if fonulO0 l0ib; 0, winners of 200 ness 71b, twice or of 400 10ib extra. Five fur. longs. Mr. Ilisrnardl's Goldstone I Mr. Morge~n's Mattie Mr. Belrlon's Chaperon I )r. Ni',hiutrgall's Exquisiote (,Vb Sin G. Chretwyed lS c by Mae- Subscribers-only content

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