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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Willingham Charities for the poor

    united as the Willingham Parochial Charities. 68 Details of the earlier history of the four pauper charities follow. Henry Greaves , by will dated 1505, left an annual rent of 6 s . 8 d . from a house on

    The City of Leicester Social and administrative history, 1660-1835

    347. Greaves , op. cit. 81. Leic. City Mun. Room, Hall Bk. 2 Nov. 1752 ; Greaves , Corp. of Leic . 82; Nichols, Leics . iv. 347. Hall Bk. 6 Apr. 1758 ; Greaves , op. cit. 82. Greaves

    The City of Leicester Parliamentary history, 1660-1835

    168. Greaves , Corp. of Leic . 99. Nichols, Leics . i. 860-1; C 219/108, 112; C.J . xxii. 574. Bodl. Libr. MS. Carte 117, f. 445. A. Boyer , Quadrennium Annae Postremum ( 1718 ), iii. 121. Greaves ,

    Early modern Chester 1550-1762 City government and politics, 1662-1762

    mortgaging the new workhouse and the shops at the Exchange. 20 Ibid. ZAB 2, ff. 132v., 133v., 139v.; R. L. Greaves , Deliver us from Evil: Radical Underground in Brit . 1660-3 , 54, 65; Morrill, Ches . 1630-60 ,

    The borough of Warwick Nonconformity

    a year to the minister of this chapel; in 1932 -3 the annual income was over £2. In 1870 Richard Greaves bequeathed £500 to the chapel's endowment fund and £500 to provide an annual payment to the then minister, after

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    neilduOl.' N idoedd efyn;geled yn, brii, od6l 'gaw:' syi ',at ohebikethanupersonolfel pe buasent . . * bapyrau i syddo].L-Mr. - Greaves a ddymunEi wybod j a pa mor belly gallem gaeioeia 'eymiad. Yr oedd pobl. yu disgwyl caei ateb uniongyrcbol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ei hun.- rr Ni bu di-l araDlyn gaiw syl Difhldu'ol a'faen y ,i TY; X.YFFREIi, D'ydd l," Rhoddodd' Mr. i Greaves fybudd. y bydd idda gynyg penderfvniad ar : wai'chawdurdodan y Llythyrdy-t1 gwahardd: adbryniad 2l tanpiaU gan y cyhoedd.-; .- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    'b dictation, ac am~ y'gerddi trrwytliau ,'oreni.- R hojild- 'i' wyd saith a 'wobrwxyon ar ,y rhxq hyi.'gawJ V.' VV Greaves,' Ysiv~a jthystyagrifadd uruedig Qifbob y'fl*S d geisy'od. iAberahiad gan &aiu'el Holland-, Ysw, f A.S. .Dyfaroodd Mr. A Lloyd~y woabr;. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    erbyn y Jericho feddwol. Y boneddigion a eistedd- eat ar y faine farnol oeddynt yr Ysweiniaid-S. Holland, A.S., J. WV. Greaves, Morgan Lloyd, J. L Casson, J. E- Parry, Glyn; John Jones, Ynysfor a WV. E. Oakley, Tanybwlch.-Y mae Eglwys Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ar y 12fed cyfisol. yn neuadd y Farclnadfa. 'Cymerwyd y gadair 3 lywyddol gan y boneddvr ieuanic hawddgar J. '. Greaves, Ysw., ac arweiniwyd gan Gwilym Alitwen. Wedi cael anerchiad priodol gan y llywyddaed ymlaen at weithrediadau v cyfarfod yn Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    2 June 1766, 2 June 1766

    fhall pafs ?" It was Pvefolved in the Affirmative. In the Firft of which, Thomas Touchet is Plaintiff, and Jofiph Greaves Defendant: In the Second, Ferdinand Gilliard is Plaintiff, and Frederick Ulrich Schicke Defendant: In the Third, John Vfebb is Subscribers-only content

    3 June 1766, 3 June 1766

    Lord s. A. 1766. foachet againft Greaves, in Error. " ted to the Honourable William Lord Mansfield Chief " Juftice of His Majefty's Court of King's Bench, to " certify the Truth of the Premifes, and the fame have " Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1774, 6 June 1774

    Appellants, in j|Sainft San» a Caufe depending in this Houfe, to which Mark San- Jam and Ann his Wife, Robert Greaves, William Sanfam, and John Snape are Refpondents, which ftands appoint¬ ed for Hearing, fetting forth, " That the Petitioners, Subscribers-only content

    3 February 1779, 3 February 1779

    Mr. Chifim coming home found Mr. Greaves there, and forbid him his Houfe thinking his Vifits were improper, but that fhe, the Witnefs, faw ;. no reafon for his fo doing; that Mr. Greaves faw Mrs. Chifim afterwards fecretly at Subscribers-only content

    16 June 1814, 16 June 1814

    tit;'onl " become bound in Recognizance for the Appearance of " a Captain Greaves at the then enfuing Gloucefler " Affizes, for a fuppofed Affault: That faid Greaves being " Mafter of a Veffel, was captured by the Enemy, and Subscribers-only content

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Hauldenby] Role: plaintiff Details: female Location: North Ferriby (YorkshireEastRiding) Place(s): Kempes Daerie Cotes (Kempes Daerie Coates) : fieldname Spelling modernisedGreaves (Greaves) : fieldname North Ferriby (North Ferriby, North Ferribie) : ecclesiastical parish Participant: Radulph Smith [Smyth; Smith] Role: plaintiff Details:


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