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  • * British History Online *

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    State Papers, 1651, January-March, 01 January 1651-31 March 1651

    your lordships shall be advertised by Forres 17 Jan. 1651. Your lordships most humble servants, Lodowick Gordon A. Dunbar of Grangehill J. Campbell Sir Al. Sutherland of Duffus John Innes of Leuchars W. Broche Robert Dunbar appearand of Wastfeild W.

    Acts and Proceedings, 1590, March

    Elgin and Fores, Robert Innes of that Ilk, Johnne Grant of Frewquhy, James Dunbar of Talbatt, and Dauid Dunbar of Grangehill, within the boundis of the schirefdomis of Elgin and Foress; Williame Erll of Mortoun, Schireff Wardatair of Ban ff,

    Entry Book, December 1687, 11-15, 12 December 1687-15 December 1687

    Fisher, Deputy Surveyor General of Crown Lands, for a particular or constat of some lands in Cheshire called Symondshill and Grangehill, with a view to a lease thereof to George Moore, merchant, for 31 years at 5 l. per an


    60 houses at a hamlet called Chigwell-row, a mile S. E. from the church; there are several houses also at Grangehill, and Buckhurst-hill; and scattered about Horn-lane, Gravel-lane, and Vicarage-lane. Son, it is probable, of Jasper Leeke, Esq.; who married

    Index, G

    Mr., Grenville's mine royal, co. Durham, 1438. -, Ralph, Customs place petition, 1568, 1630. Grange (Iverk barony, co. Kilkenny), 565. Grangehill (Delamere, Cheshire), 1662. Grange Marsh see Tillingham. Grangemaccomb (co. Kilkenny), ferry at, 1954. Granger , Francis, Recusant, co. Warwick,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BRUCE, John (?1745-1826), of Grangehill, Fife.

    (?1745-1826), of Grangehill, Fife. Constituency Dates Mitchell 21 Feb 1809 July 1814 Ofifces Held Keeper and register, state pprs. and Latin sec. 1799-d.; sec. to Board of Control Mar.-Aug. 1812; jt. King’s printer [S] 1809-d. Biography Bruce insisted on the

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 February 1774, 28 February 1774

    as to this Houfe, in " their Lordmips great Wifdom, fliall feem meet; " and that Captain Thomas Dunbar, of Grangehill, may <c be required to anfwer the faid Appeal:" It is Ordered, That the faid Captain Thomas Dun¬ bar Subscribers-only content

    1 March 1774, 1 March 1774

    1 r « Dunbar. " can Urquhart of Burdfyeards and others are Appel- " lants, and Captain Thomas Dunbar of Grangehill is " Refpondent:" It is Ordered, That this Houfe will hear the faid Caufe, by Counfel at the Bar, Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1715, 30 March 1715

    Cullen, Kintsre, and Inverurie ; and although the Majority of the Common Council of Elgine did choofe Robert Dunbar, of Grangehill, Efquire, Com- miffioner for electing a Member for the faid Diftrict Gf Boroughs $ and the faid Robert Dunbar, Subscribers-only content

    7 April 1715, 7 April 1715

    James Redder, Robert Gibfon, Michael Black, James Finlay, James Bannerman, James Charles, John Hay junior, James Warden. Robert Dunbar, of Grangehill, protefts againft the receiving the Commiffions of the Burgh of'Kintore and lnverury in favour of the Delegates therein named, Subscribers-only content

    Small debt courts, Scotland. Returns from justice of peace clerks, Scotland, showing the names of counties and places where small debt courts have been held, &c., 1839

    of Hazlehead, R. Houston, of Mains Hamilton, John Crawford, merchant, John S. Patrick, younger, of Hazlehead, C. II. Reid, of Grangehill, II. Brown, younger, of Broadstone. Clerk, Robert Spier, writer, Beith. James Lang, of Ferrokide, J. Cairnie, of Crescent, John Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    from a friend in the vicinity of Forres, in which he is apprised of the death of Flora MbDonald, of Grangehill, a village in the neighbournood of Forres, who had reached her womanhood, and could distinctly remember the battle of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his 103rd year, Mr R. Wynne, in possession of all his faculties to the last hoer. Lately, Flora M-Doanald, of Grangehill, in the neighbourhood of Forres. She had reached her womanhood at the time of, and could distinctly remember, the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the scene of a very sad and fatal occurrence on Monday. Two elderly men, named Clephaneo and Gibb, employed in Grangehill, a farm on the north-west of the town, were engaged in carting manure from a court adjoining one of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    where, after a keen contest, the bird was shot down from tile poll by Charrles Reid, Esq. w.s. younger of Grangehill, who was, on the instant, proclaimed the captain of the society for the suceeeding year, amidst time shouts and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tipotn Ste ,Iof Tolls oftdie Turnipike Roads from Celsierfield atid Brim- [aid itigon' (by way of' fouir laine Ends sait Grangehill) over veilt the High'Moors; together wirih ait Arrear of Intereft upon To treat for the purehafo of all, or Subscribers-only content

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