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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Goosnargh

    probably took its surname from a place in Medlar . William de Greenhills in 1315 obtained a messuage and land in Goosnargh from Richard son of Adam de Greenhills and Alice hii wife. It was Alice's right and was to

    Townships Chipping

    Chipping . 32 Of the minor families but little can be stated. The earlier surnames include Chipping and Chippindale, 33 Greenhills 34 -some of whose estate seems to have passed to Wawne 35 and other parts to Brown 36 -

    Townships Thornley with Wheatley

    of the same . STUDLEY is also named in the records, though it has now disappeared from the map. The Greenhills and Sowerbutts families were connected with it. 37 Studley also occurs as a surname. 37a Apart from these estates

    Townships Greenhalgh-with-Thistleton

    1596 ; Ducatus Lanc , iii, 468. The Greenhalgh part of the township seldom occurs in the records. William de Greenhills of Preston and Margaret his wife had an interest (for her life) in a messuage, & c, there under

    Harrow , including Pinner Economic history

    worth £100), 21 were local yeomen. 22 Long-established families which accumulated land during the 16th and 17th centuries included the Greenhills of Greenhill and Roxeth , the Finches of Greenhill and Weald , the Edlins of Pinner and Weald ,

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    GREENHILL, Henry (1646-1708), of Portsmouth, Hants.

    elder brother Trinity House 1687–d.; commr. transports 1689–91, navy, Plymouth 1691–5, 1704–d., Portsmouth 1695–1702, comptroller of stores 1702–4. Biography The Greenhills had been substantial yeomen at Steeple Ashton in Wiltshire since at least 1561. Greenhill’s father was registrar of the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    na Lilia, youngest daughteroflthe Rev.Jarnes White-On the27th nit., at Dover, ia his 89th year, Sir Joshua Coees Mlercdyth, Bart., of Greenhills, in the county of Kildarle-On the 27th nit., at 9 Chester terrace, Eaton square, Joshua Ryland Marshiman, Esq., of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Mayo. Mir Edwards, whose gun accident- ally went off, is nephew and son-in-law of St George Smith, Esq., of Greenhills, county Louth. The following are the particulars of this sad accident. We copy the letter of Mr Edwards from Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    and handcuffed four policemen. They then went to' Glen cullen atation, made prisoners of the constables, and carried 'them to Greenhills. near Tallaght. On Wednesday morning the police met the 14Feniaps, 20Q strong, at-Tallaght, and called on them to surrender. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Theatres, has been specially engaged to play Jqoy Ble, the principal boy character. Sir Edward Henry John Meredyth, Bart., of Greenhills, Kildare, justice of the peace for the county of Kilkenny, and formerly captain of the 87th Regiment, has been Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Danes Court, Tetten- ball, and in April, 1384, married Miss Constance Neoc, eldest daughter of Mr. John Neve, the Greenhills, Oaken, by whom there are two children. He was educated at Bronisgrove school and at Oxford, and since ho Subscribers-only content

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