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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Horningsea Manors and other estates

    passed under the will of William Harris to Alice Painter , widow, who had married Thomas Greenhall by 1517 . 52 In 1533 Greenhall and John Pamphlyn granted Sibills manor to William Barnard of Horningsea (d. c . 1552). 53

    Townships Whittingham

    a son John, ten years of age. Col. Fishwick supplies the following notes: In 1358 Richard son of Thomas de Greenhall granted to Adam ton of Richard de Fishwick all his lands in Comberhalgh and Whittingham , and in 1408

    Index A-J

    Greaves (later Beaupré Bell) , Wm., Green : Chris., chaplain of Lt. Isleham , Douglas , Thos. Wm., greengrocer , Greenhall : Alice, w. of Thos., see Panton Thos., Gresham , Sir Ric., Greville : Lewis , Thomasina, w. of

    Index K-Z

    , Sir Wm ., Paine & Brettle , solicitors, paint making , Painter , Alice, w. of -, m. Thos. Greenhall , paintings , mural, pl. Pakenham : Edm. (d. by 1321 ), Edm. (d. by 1350 ), Mary, w.

    Victoria County History

    (fl. c . 1530), 28 Thos. (fl. 1673), 19 Thos., bp. of Ely (d. 1738), 14, 17, 45 Wm., 19 Greenhall , S., 303 Greenmantle , Roger, 177 Greenwood , Jas., vicar of Haslingfield , 236 Gregory IX , pope,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Minute Book, October 1700, 01 October 1700-30 October 1700

    by Molyneux (as Greenall said) and Mr. Green, an attorney, (as Greenhall said) drew the other: they imported to discharge Mol[yneux ] that he had no p art. Greenhall said he could swear to another [ sic for the one

    General Index, G, 16 May 1612-06 May 1614

    Greenford , 77, 258, 399 -, Constable of, 445 -, Greenford Bridge in, xxiv, 452 -, Inhabitants of, xxiv, 452 Greenhall , William, 272 Greenhill , John, 152, 304, 359 Greenhithe (Greenehawe), co. Kent, 16 Greenland , Transportation t o,

    House of Lords Journal Volume 29, December 1757, 11-20, 11 December 1757-20 December 1757

    Balfrenning, Patrick Neilson Heretor within the Parish of Drymen, William Cunningham of Brandalloch, Thomas Graham of Duchry, John Macklaghlan of Greenhall, Nicol Grahame of Gartmore, William Craig of Dalnair, Alexander Buchannan of Gartharran, James Buchannan of Gartinstary, John Buchannan of

    General Index, G, 01 October 1760-31 December 1765

    Joshua, of the city of London Richard, chaplain to Chelsea Hospital, appointment Park, the, permissions to pass through, see Parks. Greenhall , Jonathan, of Parr, engineer, invention Greene , Mr. Mordecai, as to Mediterranean passes William, Esq., Deputy Clerk of Subscribers-only content

    Entry Book, May 1695, 6-10, 06 May 1695-10 May 1695

    the vill or burg and the burgage rent of Llanvyllin 1 17 11 the farm of the capital messuage called Greenhall, two water corn mills and 450 acres in Llanvilling in the tenure of James Mathews and five others named

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    about two hours-A young gentleman, son of Mr Richard White, of Abbeyville, inl this county, was shot dead yesterdiay at Greenhall, near Cranaher, county of Tipperary, wvhile malting a seizure of ca ttle from a rela- tive stnd namesake of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Vivian, L. , F. Wlliamns, C. Tralee (I) .flThe O'I)ooghue, C... 'Walsll (1).... 'C. Forster, L ... .. X'arrington (1) Greenhall, C ... WeIlock (2) _..... Major-General the Hon C. M. Forester, C. MBlr. J. M. Gaskell, L. W estbhry Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    THE NEW HOUSE OF COMblONS. Appended is a COMPlete list Of the mombers roturned to the new h~olue of Commons. The names of memnbers re- elected are pireceded Iy an asterisk : Aedsrcr 11li I-'. rtoscIIe Leeds . S Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and E. Busby (wild. plants); S. Beardsmore and A. Canmer (garden flowess).-Class 5. Jobbing gardeners : G. Blt- wvell, IV. Greenhall, and G. Taylor.-Class 6. Ploughing: J. Hayler, J. Neville,J, Poole, G.West,W. Hollis,IV.aVard, J. Whentman, S. Barnett, and L. Buckingham.-Class Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    *b Mr. John Ward, Wootton, Westfelton; and MIr. e. Richards, ]3icton. The special prihe was won by Mr. Robert Iichards, Greenhall, Ilanmfyllan. Mlr. 'G. F. .3ilchards, Bicton, and Mr. E. Jones, Bank Farm, were . also first prizetakers foi Ilerefords, Subscribers-only content

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