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You searched for: Place: Greenwood, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sunbury Mills

    Bk. 1680; Acc. 598/1, p. 74. M.L.R. 1712/4 /89; M.R.O., Acc. 598/map of Sunbury manor, 1722. Rocque, Map of Mdx . ( 1754 ). O.S. Maps 6" Mdx. xxv (2nd edn.); Greenwood , Map of Mdx . ( 1819 ).

    Twentieth century Chester 1914-2000 Town planning and the built environment, 1945-74

    land from which substandard housing had been cleared in the 1930s . In 1945 the city engineer and surveyor, Charles Greenwood , presented a redevelopment plan which attempted to reconcile economic and cultural considerations. As well as council offices and

    The hundred of Gore THE HUNDRED OF GORE

    These figures are from the par. histories below, and from Lysons, Environs of Lond . iii. 2-7, 231-3, 392-4, 404-6. Greenwood , Map of Mdx . ( 1819 ). J.I. 1/544, m. 50; see pp. 237-8. Flete 's Hist. of

    The parish of Thornton (part) Ireby

    1, no. 3. John de Hornby lived till 1336; Cal. Pat . 1334-8 , p. 237. For the pedigree see Greenwood , Redmans of Levens , 186, & c. He gives: Edmund -s. Thomas -s. Edmund, d. 1511 -s. Thomas,

    Witney borough Roman catholicism

    at a time, seem mostly to have been tradespeople of lower status, associated probably with a group centred on the Greenwood family's manor house at Brize Norton : a priest from there tried to proselytize in Witney in the 1750s

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    v.-Gray-Dodd v. Crease,794. Catherine Spiller tried for rnanslarigliter-Elias Levi for appropriating a found bank note, 795. Haller v. Roberts, 812. Greenwood v. Taylor, 827. Defamation- Stevens v. Lawson, 828. Willes v. Geldart, 842. Law and equity, 22. Law of libel: Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Greenwood: Had you a hat on when the blow was iven ?-Witness: I had. There is a mark upon my fore- head now, and from that you may judge of the severity of the blow. " Mr Greenwood: I Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MIASTER.-A Vacancy C has occurred in the Junior School attached to Univer- sity College, London, by the appointment of HNr Greenwood to the Professorship of the Greek and Latin Languages at Owen's College, Manchester. Tic salary lis2001. per annum, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    PLYMOUTE.-Collier, White, and Valletort. POOLE.-Franklyn, Haly, and Seymour. PRESTON.-Cross, Clifton, and Grentell. READING-Benson, Pigott, and Keating. RETGATE._Monson and Wilkinson. RIPON.-Ricb, Greenwood, and Warre. ROCHESTER.-Martin, Kinglake, Money, and Mitchell. SALFORD.lMassey and Ashworth. SALISBURY.-Marsh, Chapman, and Buckley. STARBOROUGH._Denison,Cayley, Johnstone, and Dent. SOUTH Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Part. V. (With an Illustration.) Modern Taxidermy. Roundabout Papers.-No. 27.-On some Carp at Sans Sortc. Good Night I By Fredeicik Greenwood. Our Survey of Literature and Science. Literatssre.-Memoirs of Lady Morgan. Lady And- ley's Secret. Mro Ealliburton's Trou. bles. DrWilson's Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 7 [Monuments.] Aldersgate Ward.

    of age. Here lieth buried within this Isle, the Bodies of John Greenwood , Citizen and Painter Stainer of London . Who descended of a younger house of Greenwood , of Greenwodley in Yorkshire , And Elizabeth his Wife. By

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, Inquisitions post mortem

    Katherine 262 William; d. 1626, heir son George, aged 30 315 Godmond , Christopher; d. 1536, heirs see page 329 Greenwood , William; d. 1626, heir brother Robert, aged 40 198 Gynes , Ingelram; (1324), heir son William, aged 36

    Introduction

    men's thoughts during the time. As doctrinally at the opposite pole to the Catholic party may be mentioned the Puritans, Greenwood and Barrow, two letters from whom, written to Lord Burghley from the Fleet Prison will be found on pp.

    Records of Kendale, The pre-Reformation rectors and vicars of Kirkby-in-Kendale

    indulgence for a portable altar. Cal. Papal Registers , vii, 216, 224, 325. 1421 Thomas Greenwood, vicar. On 20 June, 1396, archbishop Scrope gave Greenwood, then only an acolyt, letters dismissory that he might be ordained. (Scrope Reg.) He was

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 14, September 1568, 01 September 1568-30 September 1568

    any conversation, save what he had with suitors who came to him . 3. Rich. Dacre, Thos. Pickering, and Mr. Greenwood, a lawyer, were with him at his house, and he asked the latter whether to keep the process served Subscribers-only content

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 209, March 1588, 01 March 1588-31 March 1588

    to the Earl of Leicester. Declaration of his transactions with Mr. Ardern, of Cotesford. Resort to the latter of one Greenwood, the Earl of Arundell's keeper, and Sir Tho. Jarrard, his keeper. Many of the keepers of the Lieutenant of Subscribers-only content

 

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