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  • * British History Online *

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    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 1-15 George II (1727-42)

    sadler John Dodgson, son of Mark Dodgson, merchant taylor William Saunderson, son of Andrew Saunderson, sledgman Matt. Greensides, taylor, son of John Greensides, merchant taylor Robert Garbutt, mason, son of Thomas Garbutt, blacksmith John Garbutt, marriner, son of Matthew Garbutt

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. Charles I (1625-49)

    Johannis Hey, glover Willelmus Weare, carpenter, Roberti Weare, carpenter Thomas Pearson, taylor, fil. Thom Pearson, taylor Math us Greensides, linnenweaver, fil. Bryani Greensides, linnenweaver Johannes Mosey, taylor, appr. to Ricard Bainbrigg Thomas Bowes, inholder, fil. Roberti Bowes Johannes Fox, silkweaver,

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Temp. Anne (1702-14)

    Samuel Stow, fil. Willelmi Stow, innholder Jacobus Boynton, fil. Johannis Boynton, taylor Willelmus Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides Thomas Johanson, fil. Thom Johanson, innholder Robertus Greensides, fil. Johannis Greensides Robertus Dunn, fil. Thom Dunn, bricklayer Thom Oliver, fil. Thom Oliver Samuel

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 16-32 George II (1742-59)

    son of John Berkenshaw, miller Peter Harrison, tallow chandler, son of John Harrison, tallow chandl er Stephen Greensides, hornbreaker, son of John Greensides, sawyer Robert Gill, shoemaker, son of William Gill, flax and hempdresser William Smith, baker, son of William

    Admissions to the Freedom of York, 23-36 Charles II (1672-85)

    Edwardus Overend, mercha nt taylor, fil. Willelmi Overend, idem Sampson Hollins, feltmaker, fil. Willelmi Hollins, idem Johannes Greensides, cordwayner, fil. Matth i Greensides, weaver Henry Savadge, merchant taylor, fil. Willelmi Savadge, milner Robertus Gowland, tanner, fil. Roberti Gowland, idem Georgius

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the present period nothing more has been heard of him. DEPRAVITY IN SUFFOLK.-HoRRIBLE ATROCITY.-On Friday morn. ing the Baby Castle, Greensides, master, 160 tons burden, was during the terrible gale driven on shore about a mile and a half below Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Property S~i31 be £s300, and for the first PW Lot, if Sold separatcly, ,thevery low Sum of £2200. ut William Greensides, at the House, will show the , Premises: antI tite Price ,and fttrther Particulars may be had at the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Hlcath, butcher, to Mliss Elizabeth Worth, of I Waketieldl. Same dayl, v Ir. Thtomstas Childerstone, bricklayer, to Mrs. Elizabeth Greensides, both of this town. Same day, Mr. Matthew Harrison, millwright, to Miss Christiana Settle, both. of WVoodhouse. Samn dav, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this town. Same day, Mrr. Benjn. Asquith, blacksmith, to liss Ann Kershaw, bois Of this town. Same day, Mr. Christopher Greensides. gaoler, of Wake- dield, to isss Hannah Burgess, of Sheepacar, in tItl town. Same day, air. Janes Atkinson, cloth Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    aged 45, Mary, wife of Mr. Wm Hudson, Laister Dyke. Bradford. on Tuesday, aged 41, Mr. Wm. Greensides, only son of Mrs. Greensides, King's Staith, York. Same day, at Hoswden. aged 79, Mrs. Wikeley, rellet of the late Tr. Wikieley, Subscribers-only content

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