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  • * British History Online *

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    Index of persons and Places, G

    seizure of Alamode silk, 219. -, William, Receiver General of Duties on Marriages, etc., and Houses, Stafford and Lichfield, 228. Greenan , Upper Ossory barony, Queen's County, 330. Greenhill , Henry, captain, commissioner of the Navy at Portsmouth, 36, 198.

    Entry Book, February 1686,1-5, 01 February 1686-05 February 1686

    quit rent. The castle, tenements and mills with the appurtenances [and ] 384 acres in Greenans, part of Thomastown alias Greenan, in the barony of Gowran, and granted 18 Jan., 1668, to Capt. Anth. Stamp at 7 l . 15

    Warrants etc, July 1698, 1-15, 01 July 1698-15 July 1698

    s . 9 d . Co. Wexford: Bantry Barony . Rahinduff, Killoran and Rahinefunsin 1489 acres; Coolan, Glanglass, Ballinlug and Greenan 1149 acres; Grange 1410 acres; Garane and Rathnure 967 acres; the above of the value of 310 l .

    Warrants etc., September 1697, 11-15, 13 September 1697-15 September 1697

    set out by the name of Arthurstown: 729 acres; quit rent 14 l . 15 s . 2 d . Greenan: 60 acres; quit rent 1 l . 4 s . 3 d . Cloghtenemont: 97 acres; quit rent 1

    Index of persons and Places, G

    Receiver General of assessments for co. Stafford and city of Lichfield, 399. Green Hammerton , Green Hamerton, co. York, 202. Greenan , Bantry barony, co. Wexford, 381. Greenane. See Grinons. Greenhill [Henry ] , Commissioner of the Navy at Portsmouth,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Now ready, in 2 vole postSee, THE WABASH; or, Adventures of an Engli h Gentleman's Family in the Interior of America. By J. E. BesetReq. "The esperlenees of a gentleman travelling with his family to the Boctwoodo open up Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    for railway trains.-Bsilder. SINGULAi AND FATAL AcCIDENTs-On Wednesday week a number of children were amusing themselves on the beach beyond Greenan Castle, digging up the spent bullets which had become lodged in the sand during the riflepractice of the military. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    him are two brothers named O'Neill, with whom unfortunate Greenan had some dispute about the running mnade 'by dogs at a latte coursing match. Far. this slight cause they met poor Greenan returning from his place of worship, snd beat Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Junius Mr Orme's c by Teddtngton- *Mr. F. Fisher's Aurora Mary Copp *Lord Fitowililam's f by VOWt- *Mr, J. Osbornese Greenan geur-Ignorance Mr. Raldiff's Cranbury Mr. Handley's Wangle Eye Mr. Stevens's Faith H. W. l'Arson lag S by Learn. Mr. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE QUARREL BETWEEN SPAIN AND * , -- p I PEH :V. The Times' correspendent snupples a little more authentic Information with reference to the dispute between Spain and Peru thinbas yet been pulisbed. Hxe says-" Ti explanations given Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    6 June 1810, 6 June 1810

    Thefe " Lands are the Objects of the Petition. That, as to " the Barony of Greenan and Balvaird, (the Barony of " Greenan having been particularly pointed out by the " Counfel attending the Committee, as not being in Subscribers-only content

    6 June 1810, 6 June 1810

    contained in the Charter of 1774 •, and although the Words " fimilav Titles," may not be accurately applied to Greenan and Balvaird, and thofe Subjects are not contained in the Charter 1774, yet, as it has been above ftated, Subscribers-only content

    13 December 1826, 13 December 1826

    for the Branch of the Pais¬ ley Bank at Stranraer, William M'Kennel, Writer in Stran¬ raer, and William Caldwell, Farmer, Greenan near Ayr, as Trustees of and representing the deceased Patrick M'Kennel, Merchant in Stranraer ,¦ John M'Kessock of Meckle Subscribers-only content

    8 February 1827, 8 February 1827

    the Branch of the Paisley Bank at Stranraer ; William M'Kennel, Wri¬ ter in Stranraer, and William Caldwell, Farmer at Greenan near Ayr, as Trustees of and representing the deceased Patrick M'Kennel, Merchant in Stranraer ; John M'Kes- sock of Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1828, 22 July 1828

    Joint Agent for the Branch of the Paisley Bank at Stranraer; William M'Kennel, Writer in Stranraer, and William Caldwell Farmer, Greenan, near Ayr, as Trustees of and representing the deceased Patrick M'Kennel, Merchant in Stranraer; John M'Kessoch of Meikle Mark, Subscribers-only content

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