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  • * The History of Parliament *

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    WYSE, Oliver (d.1420), of Greystone in Lezant, Cornw.

    (d.1420), of Greystone in Lezant, Cornw. Constituency Dates Launceston (Dunheved) Mar. 1416 Ofifces Held Tax collector, Cornw. bef. Dec. 1384, Nov. 1388, Jan. 1392. Ofifces Held Coroner, Cornw. bef. Feb. 1392. Biography The family of Wyse is recorded going back

    WYSE, John (b.c.1377), of Sydenham Damarel in Marystowe, Devon.

    grant, Devon Apr. 1431. Biography Wyse came from a substantial Devonshire family living near Tavistock which owned the manor of Greystone in Lezant, just over the border with Cornwall.[footnote] Probably the first notice of him occurs in 1390 when, presumably

    TREBELL, John (d.c.1431), of Exeter, Devon.

    offered sureties at the Exchequer for John Wyse* of Sydenham and Richard Trevanion*, when these two leased both lands in Greystone and the office of bailiff of the duchy of Cornwall hundred of East. On that occasion, and also when,

    PALMER, John III (b.c.1393), of Launceston, Cornw.

    Palmer (the rector and a benefactor of Exeter college, Oxford), was responsible for building the bridge over the river at Greystone in Lezant, on the Launceston-Tavistock road. By 1451 Palmer’s landed holdings in Cornwall were said to be worth about

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tion and contempt. Above all, he specially detests Michael Strangfield, the equally hard and stern Baptist elder and boat-builder of Greystone. When we are intro- duced to Cuthbert he is musing abstractedly under a tree near the play-ground, with a Subscribers-only content

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    3.30; Welter Handlcas, 4.0; Selling Handicap, 4.30; Hunters! Race, 5.0; Ciittonyl' aPlate, 8.30. . ADDnrrsonr& Asarv.kus.-Donnerhorn Pussy, Operetta, Rose. bud, Greystone, Ciaribel, Southsea, and jitlon. Sciatica,- Rhieumatism, Tic-doloreux, Toothaiche; and all Nerve Pains -am quickly reliesved by lteade's Nerve Pills. Subscribers-only content

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    bore away tied cliatpion honlour, is a strong second in de tpollced oxesn and firit inll cows. Mir. Reid. of Greystone, twho has so often rmade a leading figure in this imnportant El part of the sliow; takes, the secosid Subscribers-only content

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    corn, coal, and S Manure merchallt.I e JAnes BLACKs, 18, Plymouth Place, Penarth, near Cardiff, Ila clotlier. ld JAluBn BHeoron, Greystone, near Blackwell, Cvmnberlaud, ice builder'. be ItxARRre VILLAR, traiing as James Villar and Sons, 3, Belle Oil Vae Piace, Subscribers-only content

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    at the Plume of t1 Feathers Inn, Upper High Street, on the body of e William Henry Ellwood (28), fireiron-maker, Greystone I ,Street, who was drowned in the canal on the previous c day under circumstances already reported.-The evidence a Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Haverbrack and Arnside

    by the hedge on the south side of the said way to Stephlin Gap or Gate. From thence to the Greystone on Cock Shutt and from thence to Pannier Well and so to the Burnt Yew on Burn-barrow, from thence

    Henry VIII, March 1517, 26-31, 01 March 1517-31 March 1517

    s . 1 d . Lime bought in Flanders and Tournay, 1,851 l . 6 s . 7 d . Greystone and payment s for hewing, 1,236 l . 14 s . 7 d . Stone of white gree for

    Index, A - K

    312. " James, 119. " Robert, 77, 226, 255, 256. " Thomas, 41. " William, 265. Greeta Bridge , 17. Greystone , Haverbrack , 255. Grigg , Bernard, 68. " George, 53, 296. " Michael, 172. Grigg Hall , 168.

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