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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Sites and remains of religious houses St. John 's Abbey Gatehouse , 1718 St. Botolph's Priory, 1718 The Grey Friars , 1718

    the transepts and chancel was marked out on land recently acquired and landscaped by the borough. 55 GREYFRIARS. The Friars Minor or Greyfriars had established a house in Colchester by 1237 when Henry III granted them a plot of land

    Gloucester Sites and remains of religious houses

    Greyfriars continued to be held under that lease, the occupants paying a chief rent of 30 s . to the owners of the freehold, who from 1630 were the city corporation. 60 At the beginning of the 18th century

    Mills and Fisheries

    the Dissolution Godstow 's possessions included land called Mill furlong, but no mill. 85 Greyfriars ' mill. There was a mill on part of the Greyfriars ' site by 1668 , apparently associated with a brew-house, and it was last

    Medieval Gloucester The town and the religious communities

    . 47 Several leading burgesses, including the merchant John Banbury (d. c . 1404), 48 chose to be buried in Greyfriars church, while others, including the merchant Thomas Pope (d. 1400) 49 and the mercer Thomas Moore (d. 1421), 50

    Gloucester , 1720-1835 Topography

    buildings. 5 The modest population increase of the 18th century was accommodated mainly by subdividing existing buildings, including parts of Greyfriars and Blackfriars , 6 and by occasional new building on available waste land within the city. A new house

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    SEMYS, Thomas (d.1603), of Gloucester.

    mayor 1565, 1578, 1599. Biography Semys, a clothier, leased a considerable portion of the site of the Greyfriars in Gloucester. He was active in civic affairs, and is frequently mentioned in the city’s records. In 1565 he was appointed to

    PAYNE, Thomas (by 1507-60), of Gloucester.

    Payne, importer of wine in the 1540s. He was styled merchant in 1544 when he acquired the site of the Greyfriars, Gloucester. In 1556 he settled this property, where he was then living, upon Thomas Pirry and his wife, who

    REYNBALD, William (by 1488-1556), of Ipswich, Suff.

    the date of his will and its probate. His property, all in Ipswich and including a house lately called the Greyfriars, was left to his wife and son William. Two ships were to be sold, with preference of purchase to

    HEYRICK, Robert (1540-1618), of Leicester.

    country estate and probably reflects no ambitions on Robert’s part. In 1597 Robert Heyrick bought the site of the dissolved Greyfriars monastery opposite St. Martin’s church, Leicester, where for some years before his death he lived in a large house

    ROLFE, Thomas (by 1518-66/67), of Sandwich, Swingfield and Canterbury, Kent.

    his official contacts to build up an estate in Kent. In 1543-4 he purchased the house and site of the Greyfriars in Canterbury from Thomas Spilman, an augmentations receiver, and in 1547 with his brother John he acquired Lydcourt manor,

  • * British History Online * *

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    LXXXII, Act for relocation of bear, malt and salt markets (1594)

    commission to certain persons to remove the bear and malt market to the head of the Greyfriars Wynd, and to remove the salt market thence to the old station. Edinburgh, 8 June 1594. Oure Souerane Lord and estaitis of this

    Appendix, Notes on the gates of the burgh in 1649

    on the south side of the Trongate, probably in the Old or Wester Wynd. The Greyfriars port is supposed to have been situated in the Greyfriars Wynd, on the west side of the High Street. The Rattounraw port was situated


    of, 191, 204; trees set in, 336. Green , Little, 313. Greenhead . See Common lands . Greyfriars Kirk . See Kirk . Greyfriars Port , keeping of, 117. Grecian bishop , money given to a, 442. Grievances of the

    A London Chronicle, Edward VI

    this rather more fully. See also Wriothesley, Chron . ii. 31, 32. 'Sir Peter Gambo,' Stow and Wriothesley; 'Gambolde' in Greyfriars Chron . 'Filicirga', Stow. 'Charles Gauaro', Stow; Degavaro, Wriothesley. Kynges head dore before Smithfield, where the Murther was committed.

    Addenda, Queen Elizabeth - Volume 25, December 1577, 01 December 1577-31 December 1577

    Ambassador's house of Spain. There also went with Fitzmorris a bishop lately made in Spain, of the order of the Greyfriars; another had embarked for Ireland before, and was robbed by the way, and returned hither, where he yet remains. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ysgadrwydd, ymdaonai ei W1 glod fel pregethwr, ac yn y flwyddyn 1837 cafodd wa- m1 hoddiad i Eglwvs yr Herl Greyfriars, Edinburgh. llv Trwy ei ymroddiad i ddarparu ar gyfor y pwlpud y ho Sabbath ac i chwilio am y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    dacth Dr. Guthrie gyntaf i Greyfriars Church yn Edinburgh, aetb i dalu ymweliad ^'i blwyfolior, gofyrodd i ur hoen wraig a fycldai yn myned i'r egiwy s. "BEyddaf," meddai. "I bale?" ebai yntru. 1I eglwys Greyfriars," oedd yr ateb. "Y Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ein croesawn i'r wled km lie gwelir ffrwyth a chanlyniadau ea liafor a'u-merthyr- at dod. Wrth gyfeirio at fynwent enwog Greyfriars, ye hyderai y byddai i gyffyrddiad. dieithriald a'r lie gael th. eLfaith gyffelyb ag ar y marw a roddwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a Visit to the Peninsula in the Summer and Autuman of 6il By the Rev. WLrjLAm ROBERTsON, Minister of New Greyfriars, Edinburgh. "We recommend this interesting volume, as containing E faithful and ng lively picture of the scenery of the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Or HEn.Prnc THrE RECiRUITING SERGAErT.-The following passage is taken from the sermon preached by the Rev. Mr Robertson, of NSew Greyfriars, Edinburgh, on the day of humiliation :-" I have no apprehension of gibe or sneer when I declare my Subscribers-only content


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