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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wembdon Church

    the vicars lived in a house on Wembdon Road until a new house was built in 1957 at no. 12, Greenacre . 7 In 1554 it was reported that a canopy and pyx had not been set up for the

    Parishes Clapham

    1379 Richard Whytacre held two knights' fees in Clapham , Oakley and elsewhere, 30 whilst in the following year Richard Greenacre died seised of the manor of Clapham . 31 At this period there were in the manor 402 acres

    Townships Westleigh

    gent.; Frances married, first, Richard Shuttleworth of Bedford , gent., who died in 1650 , and secondly, George Bradshaw of Greenacre , gent.; Eleanor was never married; and Anne, the youngest, married Thomas Mossock of Heatonhead in Cunscough. 46 A

    Townships Colne

    , with remainders to his son Henry and grandson Lawrence. 57 Henry Parker in 1551 sold the same to Ralph Greenacre . 58 There followed considerable disputing, 59 but the Parkers appear to have regained Holt House , Henry Parker

    The parish of Kirkham KIRKHAM AND LYTHAM

    Sharples d. J. Sharples 18 Aug. 1598 Arthur Greenacre , M.A. 69 Cuthbert Sharples d. N. Helme 22 Jan. 1627 -8 John Gerard , M.A. 70 Christ Ch ., Oxf d. A. Greenacre 17 July 1630 Edward Fleetwood , M.A.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    B]ANKBRUPTS. G. W. Atkinson, Fenchurch-st. grocer. [Parker, St. Paul's Church-yard. H. M. Freestun, Mornklon Coombe, dealer. [Jones, Crosby-sq. W. Lees, Greenacre Moor, cotton-spinner. [Makinson and Sanders, Temple. J. Britail, Ripon, Yorksh. grocer. [Williamson, Gray's inn. T. Hoilins, Salford, saddler. [Adlisngton Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and saw the female prisoner binding boots. The Friday before Christmas witness was passing the prisoner's house, and saw Mrs Greenacre (the female prisoner) there. Witness always looked hard at the female pri. soner, from the reports that were about Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    found.-Other evidence as to innutiae, tending to fix upon Greenacre a connection with the deceased, and the possession oflier property, was also adduced. This being exhausted, Mr Rawlinson, addressing the prisoner Greenacre, said, " I am going to remand you Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to Ireland.' (Cheers.)-The resolution was adopted and the meeting separated. - The " rent" was 1691. - The case of Greenacre and Gale was referred to in the Central Cri- minal Court this day. In the course of the morning, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of i further remand.-Mr Price, who appeared for Greenacre, said it was certainly not a matter of great importance whether the case was postponed or not. But he knew that the, prisoner Greenacre was much against any further post- ponement, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COCKAYNE, Henry, of Clapham Greenacres, Beds.

    do not know either when or how he acquired the land in question, which had until recently belonged to the Greenacre family, but it could have come into his hands by marriage.[footnote]So far as the electors of Bedfordshire were concerned,

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, G, 01 January 1536-30 June 1538

    the Turk, 470. -, the Venetian possessions close to, and Turkey to be the first attacked by Solyman (1538), 558. Greenacre , apothecary ' s assistant to Katharine, 44. -, to be attached to the Princess ' household that he

    Index of names and places

    , 53. Grant , Christopher, 89, 97. Greaves , William, 50. Gredly , see Grelley. Greene , Thomas, 71, 89. Greenacre , Ralph, 57, 94. Richard, 57. Greenacres , in Oldham, 21. Greenhalgh , Thomas, 138. Gregory , John, 47.

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