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  • * British History Online *

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    Book 2, 1680

    a dat. Andrew Howard filius Andree de S t Mary Magdalens Bermondsey in Com Sur. Turner pon se apprenticum Johni. Hollybush de S t Thom. Southwarke Civi et Carpentar pro octo Annis a dat. Isaack Vizetelly filius Jacobi dele Minories

    Book 2, 1681

    Annis a dat & c. George Yarworth filius David nuper de Lamboyden in Com Carmarthen yeom. pon se Apprenticum Johi. Hollybush pro septem Annis a dat & c. Robert Row filius Luke de Parochia Hanmers in Co m Flint husbandman

    Book 1, 1669

    die dat. Indre Dat die et ann supradict. 3 August 1669 xxj Car scdi & c 155 John Hollybush filius [ ] Hollybush de Wansted in Com Essexi po: se appren Jacobo Childe de parochie S t olavi Southwarke Carpenter

    Sessions, 1617, 2 and 3 April

    an, for good behaviour. p .395. William Garnett of Wilton, co. York, carrier, for good behaviour. Ann, wife of Harman Hollybush of East Smithfield, clothworker, for good behaviour. Matthew Williams of Rosemary Lane, sawyer, for the peace. John Maser of

    General Index, H, I, J, K, L, 16 December 1615-26 February 1618

    97, 168, 179, 205, 254 -, Constables of, 23, 150, 201, 278, 330 Holloway , Edward, 308 -, John, 192 Hollybush , Ann, 112 -, Harman, 112 Holman , Roger, 114 Holmes [Homes ] -, James, 116 -, John, 367

    Index of names

    William, *200. Hollard , Richard, *176. Holliday , Barton, 20; George, *20. Hollybone , Thomas, *140, 172, 186; William, 167. Hollybush , John, *119, 161. Holmes , William, 15, 50. Holt , John, 140; Oliver, 104; William, 140. Holton ,

    Schedule of place names, G - M

    upper and lower hills.) Places in the manor of Spital in the lordship of Roath, near the Roath Road (1666.) HOLLYBUSH. An interesting 16th-century farmhouse, with thatched roof and chimney-stacks of curious shape, near the west side of Roath Park,

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