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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Austin canons The priory of Great Massingham

    9. Ibid. 27 Edw. I , m. 36. Pat. 18 Edw. II , pt. ii, m. 16. Norf. Epis. Reg. Goldwell . fol. 221. Rentals and Surv. portf. xxiv, 4. Fin. Norf. 44 Hen. III, 33. Pat. 27 Edw. I

    Colleges Attleborough

    on Michaelmas Day . The college-house stood near the north-west corner of the churchyard. On 28 January, 1493 , Archdeacon Goldwell , as commissary for the bishop, visited the college of Attleborough , on that occasion called priory. John Newton

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of Herringfleet

    of the dead at the anniversaries of the five donors. 9 The priory of St. Olave was visited by Archdeacon Goldwell on 30 January 1493 , as commissary for his brother the bishop. Thomas Bagot the prior and five canons

    Houses of Austin canons Priory of St Peter and St Paul , Ipswich

    canon-regular to celebrate daily in their church for the souls of Thomas Harold and John de Claydon . 9 Archdeacon Goldwell visited this priory as commissary of his brother the bishop in January, 1493 , but no particulars were recorded

    House of minoresses Abbey of Bruisyard

    to have been exempt from episcopal supervision; at all events it does not appear in the visitation registers of Bishops Goldwell and Nykke. In 1535, when dissolution was in the air, some complaint was made to the Lord Privy Seal

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GOLDWELL, John (by 1515-58/59), of Burstwick, Yorks.

    to Roger Goldwell of Lelley. As Lelley lies two miles north of Burstwick, Roger Goldwell, who had died in 1517 or 1518, was presumably his father; his brother Roger is mentioned in his will, and the Margaret Goldwell, widow, of

    GOLDWELL, Henry (c.1653-1694), of Tuddenham, Suff.

    GOLDWELL, Henry (c.1653-1694), of Tuddenham, Suff. Constituency Dates Bury St Edmunds 1690 Mar. 1694 Ofifces Held Freeman, Bury St. Edmunds 1690. Biography Goldwell may have been related to Francis Goldwell, rector of Bridgham, Norfolk 1663–91: at his marriage he described

    GOLDWELL, John (d.1597), of Great Shelford, Camb.

    presumably, some sort of legal education, the details of which are lost (the John Goldwell admitted to Gray’s Inn in 1544 is obviously not the MP) Goldwell became a judge in the Isle of Ely until the death, in 1581,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Btoysl Harry, Nitrate Prlnce, Lucy Lockett, Hawkweed. Cardsharper, Pricarose JAntlpyrine, Lady Carlton IL, St. Columba, Lucky Devil, Glare, Jolly Monk, Goldwell, Workinigton. Geheeraratis, Primurose Knight, Prisoner, Star and Garter, Kiss, Varanglan, Floweriag Fern_ Bock Pigeon, Yarrow, Milford, Accumulator colt, Locknell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    St. Valentine 4 IL at vre firlengs. St. Erth beat My Boy over one mile. Manchuria beat Sly Fox and Goldwell at one mile, and Jarvis's Cyanella. beat Irish' Lass, Tar- parley colt, and Barnhourrie at five furlongs. It is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    . . . . . .. ...... M anser -6 12 Lod Pery' ury- 7..~ Cole 6 9Mr H Barnato's Goldwell .3y ... .... ... . ...... .Archer *6 9 Mr J Dawaaon's jun's Vineyard 3y ~.._Owner 6 9Lord Derby's Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    salt merchant. -23 Rs . W. Ogilvie. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, ship broker. -a 24 C. F. Cotterill. Walsall, merchant. d 24 t3 Goldwell, Ashton-nnder-Lyne, bootmaker. - 25 E. Bell. South Shields, paper manufacturer. a 27 T. Caunt, Newark-upon-Trent. coal merchant. a CERTIFICATES. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Fisher ..0 worth ,.I......... 3 Enunerson (pro.), aand b Fsher 6 Extras 3 Riley, b J. IL Butterworth .... 6 Goldwell, b J. H. Butterworth. 4 Total ........40 MrcxLEpxri v. .ABpnronn.-At Meicklefleld. Scoe:- Mlrc ycnagrrL rs. Penson, bHeaten.IHerlegrave. o and Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    22 December 1693, 22 December 1693

    Vifcount Weymouth. Vifcount Longueville. Vifcount Villiers. PRAYERS. Meffiigefrom A Meffage from the Houfe of Commons, by Mr. Bill?' Wlt * Goldwell and others: Who brought up a Bill, intituled, " An Aft for the 11 Importation of fine Italian, Sicilian, Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1695, 27 April 1695

    " Acquaintance with Colonels in the Houfe, and fome "Northern Members); Mr. Wallis; Mr. Ridley; Mr. "¦ Duckminiq'. " Mr.. Goldwell (who is fince dead), was the only Mem- " ber he gave Money to. " Thar, if he had Subscribers-only content

    12 February 1691, 12 February 1692

    go forth. Tellers for thP Yeas /Mr> Jrnold> \ fi.v 1 ellers tor the Y eas,|Doctor Barbon^ j> t>3• fMr. Goldwell, \ (\a So it passed in the Negative, A Petition of Christopher Wray, was read; setting forth That the Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1692, 1 December 1692

    the said Amendment; The House divided. The Noes go forth. r ..1 T.T [Mr. Mountasue, for the ^MS Gl ^ Goldwell: Telters for the NoeJ£°!°ne! Granville '[Colonel Cornwall: So it was resolved in the Affirmative. The other Amendments being severally Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1692, 28 January 1693

    the Bill be read the Second time; The House divided. The Yeas go forth. Tvn c „ it XT rColonel Goldwell, 1 „„ 1 ellerstor the Noes, { n r !32« l^Mr. Dyot: J So it was resolved in the Subscribers-only content

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