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Found 47 matches across 3 resources.

  • * British History Online *

    7 results from this resource, ordered by relevance. View more View all

    Surnames beginning 'J'

    44.32 Wm; Mary, w, 3.8 Wm; Eliz, w, 31.19 Wm; Han, w; Sar, d, 59.1 Wm, ser, 28.17 , 51.5 Jameston Abraham, ser, 13.20 Jamly John, ser, bach, 45.6 Janaway Ellinor, 59.10 Jane Eliz, 21.10 Jannens Ann, ser, 60.13 Jaquin

    Index, J, 01 January 1660-31 December 1667

    Thomas, a Commissioner for Dean Forest, 7. -, William, royal bounty to, 243; tithing man, 610. Jameson , Alexander, 656. Jameston ("Lameston") near Pembroke, 26. Jamot , Mr., 94. Jane , Alice, 52, 174, 214, 303. 355. -, Joseph, Clerk

    Warrant Books, January 1708, 16-20, 16 January 1708-20 January 1708

    in North Britain to appoint David Watson as a tidesman in the port of Montrose loco David Gardiner deceased. Charles Jameston as officer to register North British ships, at 50 l. per an : the said Commissioners having by their

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1708-31 December 1708

    of Richmond granted to when Duke of York, 373. James VI , charter g ranted to Edinburgh by, 263. James (Jameston), Charles, Register of Ships trading in Scotland, 91, 430. -, Nathaniel, tidesman at Plymouth, 360. -, Sam., tidesman at

    Index, J, K

    578. -, -, his cellar, 598. -, -, his so-called wife. See Erskine, Margaret. James , Atkyn, g. 597 (6). Jameston , in Wales, 431 (p. 175). Jankyn. See Jenkyn. Jansseny ( qu . Janssemy, i.e . John Smith ?),

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Street, Swansea, licensed victualler. Iirst and final dividend, 51'hd. iii the pound; payable January15, at the OffcialDecalvcr'e, Swansea. JA5sIES TrIONAS, Jameston Court, MIasorbier, PembTokesbire, farmer, grocer, and shipwright. First and final dividend, 9s, 6d. ii, the ponud; iajable January 14, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    o Matte.rs-ll £ Al. W. Hosbanota cBout- I.A. it .bead Barton . 2Bar T. B. MEterattd died nt 2J. P. Jameston 2b. Cope S JE.hat Cwey.. . 6H.l C..........I .1510 Bato did notr 2bat. Siel Fiweld c Wigeyet b H.o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Sut-h Africra Colnroano, eonvcerin ml in'reI-irnene r- LA3-c eo rveneird fromn -uluw li- tlhe mamccre of Captain Wilson's araty. Dr. Jameston adds, however. thbt tb-e pert- re. ohed rhb- Kihras wagzonge, and after a sheore 6igb-. rtreatted in the diree'5on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    no officer 'ras killed, and that the report that Sir John Wilinugki-by had been killed 'was unfoondesi. He and Dr. Jameston have been taken to Pretoria. It is needle2s to state that the nevw hIas caused depression here, from wvhich Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    cen others bordering on Erie State. Several houses a E were recently entered and rifled of their valuables sta at Jameston, a small town oIn the line of the I E Atlantic and (Great Western l'ailroad. The thieving an( brigands Subscribers-only content

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