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  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, G

    (5), 426 (4), 669 (3), 778 (4), 779 (4), 874, 1027 (2). -, Ottavio, 525 (3). -, Vespasiano, 225 (4). Goodhall , Richard, 329, 380 (20), 489 (11), 490 (1), 633, 634. Gordes , M. de, 707. Goselino , Guiliano,

    General Index, G, 01 July 1683-30 September 1683

    ( q.v .) and said to be at Runton's house in Enfield Chace servants of. See Hartshorne, Nathaniel; Packer, Samuel. Goodhall , Justice, of Holywell, hues and cries sent out by Goodwin , Lawrence, Sheriff of Norwich, letter from Gordon Subscribers-only content

    Parishes (East Ward), St Peter, Asby

    4 Geo: Parker 1 Tho: Wharton 1 John Jackson 1 Chr. Rudd 1 Tho: Parkin 1 Lanc: Hayton 1 Edw: Goodhall 1 Tho: Stable 1 John Machell 1 Hen: Richinson 1 Willm: Ubanke 1 Tho: Robertson 1 Lane: Green 2

    Surnames beginning 'G'

    John, bach, esq, 73.5 Mat, bach, £600, 33.9 Sam, bach, 12.21 Goodgee Edw, widr, 41.9 Goodgroom Wm; Anne, w, 30.5 Goodhall Jos, widr, 32.26 Goodhew : Hen, widr, £600, 25.5 Ric, bach, 25.5 Goodier Mary; Mary, d, 54.24 Goodin :

    Index, G, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    938, 1277. Gonning , John, brother of Robert, 732, -, Robert, Bristol Custom House, 732. Gooch see Le Gouch. Goodall (Goodhall), Richard (for Mr. Boone), 358. -, -, a King's waiter, London, 1298. -, William, surety of J. Rogers, 1096

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Tuesday, November 2. I avo-liicc, NOVEMBER 2--67th Regiment of Foot: iMajor-Gen. J. F. Ewvart, C.iS., to be Col. vice Lieut-Gen. J. Clitherow, I.C., deceased. Piaertnerhleips Dib9lv0e1l.-Siath. and Aylan, Stockton-upon-Tees, coal fitters-J. and J. Ware, Glasshouse Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the 26th Foot, tobe Lieut. vice C tceltt, wito exchanges-25th Foot: Ensign J. O'llea to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Goodhall, whose protnotion, by purchase, on 29th of Oc- toblr, 15.52, has been cancelled-26th Foot: l.ieut. C. It. B. Calcott, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    labouring under infirmity, and who is about to retire into his monastery. In the Central Criminal Court, on Monday, H. Goodhall Johnson, alias "' Captain " Johnson, was called upon his recognizances to sutr- render and take his trial upon Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Among the distin- guished painters whose works ornament the various rooms of the house are Maclise, Webster, West, Etty, Leslie, Goodhall, Roberts, Stanfield, Lawrence, Collins, Mulready, Calcott, D. Cox, Rippingelle, Muller, Landseer, and the principal artists of the present and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    born in India should be allowed to compete on the same footing as other British subjects;" arid "that Doctors Thompson. Goodhall, Putney Andy, Muurcherjee Beramjcs Cobb, and Surgeon Pickachy, all British sab- jects, having been prohibited from suompeting for the Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Acton Growth Acton : evolution of settlement, 1822-1914

    L.N.W.R. for its employees in Old Oak Lane near Willesden junction. Known as Railway Cottages and later as Stephenson and Goodhall streets, with a railway institute and a mission church and school added soon afterwards, they had little connexion with

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