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  • * British History Online * *

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    Cecil Papers, March 1595, 1-15, 01 March 1595-15 March 1595

    cloak, etc., and of another letter from Calais, the latter left for him by a sailor boy, servant to Thomas Holwood lying at Ironmonger Hall, at Mr. Dixon's house in Gratybs Street. Signed : James Williamson. Countersigned : Richard Martyn,

    Index, H, I, 01 October 1594-31 December 1595

    Holt : G., in the Fleet prison, 256. Father Peter, a Jesuit, 26, 58, 107, 123, 225, 252, 515, 527. Holwood , Thomas, 140. Holyrood . See Edinburgh. Homden or Holmden , Edward, Levant merchant, letters from, 486, 501. Home

    Index, H,I

    of, 732, 759. Holden , John, 947. Holdich , Thomas, gent., of Mundford, 335. Hole Holme. See Hoole. Holewod. See Holwood. Holford , Holfford, George, kt., of Holford, 658 (iv), 955 (v). Holford , Holfford [in Plumbley ] , Chesh., Subscribers-only content

    Index, S

    , Stokegursy, Som., 146. Stoke [Ash, Suff. ] , 888. Stoke by Clare , Suff., 23. Stoke Climsland , Cornw., Holwood in, 414. Stoke Dabernon , Stok Dabernon, Surrey, manor and advowson, 196. Stoke [Dry ] , Rutl., 904 (iv). Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 247, April 1648, 01 April 1648-30 April 1648

    Sir Chichester Wray. Ambrose Manaton. Pearse Manaton. Edw. Kneebone. Wm. Corington. Wm. Trovisa. Ant. Rons, Haltmar. John Conock. Wm. Bond, Holwood. Wm. Bond, Earth, dead. Jonat. Trelawney. Thos. Smith, alias Scawen. Sir Rich. Grenville. Nich. Hawk. Nevill Bligh. Sim. Cottle. Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peer, with the title of Lord Rsvensbourn.-The Ravensbourn, we believe, is a little dirty ditch- like stream, which runs from Holwood in Kent, into the Thames at Deptford. SINGuLSst ATrrAccarmErN.-The followinig instance is very singular, if nrot unprecedented. A few Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Rent, On the 6th inst. at his house, Lavender bill, Wandsworth) Cerbun Lloyd, R5s. of Lombard street, banker. Lately, at Holwood, Cornwall, the seat of John Rogers, Esq. John Daw, aged 113 years. For Upwards of loo years he resided Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Nntilthaaerlosd. On the mitb Jan. at Madeira, in his 18th year, John Neville Ward, eldest son Qct'oht Wee~d, Era. of Holwood, ieon. At Btath, David Htaibueton Dallas, Esq. onlbr soa of Lieut.-Gen. Sir T. Dallas. sic hlark Weod, preprietr of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cecil, the daughters of the Dowager Marchioness of Salisbury. The bride and bride- groom left town in the afternoon for Holwood, near Bromley, in Kent, where they will remain a fortnight before re- turning to London. Lord Derby was born Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Robert Alexander, O.B., J.P., formerly of the Bengal Civil Service, late of Holwood, Keston, Kent; personalty over £E135,000.-Of MIr. Frederic Vogel, late of No. 16 Rue Volney, Paris; personalty nearly :690,000.-Of Sir George Howlaud Beaumont, Bart., late of Cole Orton Subscribers-only content

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