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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals Holy Trinity , Salisbury

    Henry Edmonds, 1690-3 . Edward Cox, 1693-6 . Robert Sutton , occurs 1696. Richard Marsh , occurs 1705-7 . William Jay , occurs 1707-22 . John Sandy , occurs 1728-9 . John Davis , 1730-66 . Sydenham Burrough , 1766-82

    Parishes Winchfield

    Mary (Kidwelly), by whom he had five sons and two daughters; to Benjamin Rudyerd 1675 and his wife Frances ( Jay ), widow of Sir Thomas Jervoise , 1679; and to their daughter Bridget, 1690. The tower contains three bells.

    Bethnal Green List of Churches St. Bartholomew's Church c . 1840 St. James the Less's Church c . 1840 St. John 's Church c . 1840 St. Simon Zelotes's Church in 1850

    Montgomery Jay , inspiration for Morrison's Child of the Jago , V. 1886-1921 . 10 With grant from Bp. of Lond. 's Fund and help from Magdalen Coll ., Oxf., whose missioner he had been in Stepney , Jay secured

    Parishes Chinnor PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF CHINNOR CHINNOR

    once again in 1668 Edes sold the advowson in 1671 for £612 to the then rector Stephen Jay . 431 In 1688 Jay offered to sell the living and advowson to the Bishop of Oxford in exchange for a London

    Islington Growth: South-east Islington

    of Packington Street , and more houses were completed in 1859 after the agreement had been assigned to John Jay . Jay assigned the land in 1859 to Hebb, who built up most of the estate, comprising Packington , Dame,

    Houses of Military Orders The Temple

    167 Guy de Foresta, occurs 1290, 168 1293, 169 and 1294 170 James de Molay, occurs 1297 171 Brian le Jay , occurs 1298, 172 died 1298 173 William de la More, occurs 1298, 174 and at the suppression Preceptors

    Rogate PARISH CHURCH of ST. BARTHOLOMEW ROGATE

    which stated that its construction would not injure anyone. 3 This, however, was opposed by Henry Husee and Richard le Jay , who said that the mill, poo l, and sluices obstructed the ford beside Rogate Bridge ; and they

    Hampstead Kilburn, Edgware Road , and Cricklewood

    Greville Howard (formerly Upton ) bought it. In the same year he made an agreement with John Gelsthorp and Henry Jay , carpenters from Marylebone and Kilburn respectively, to build on plots fronting an existing farm lane ( Abbey Lane

    Index A-J

    ), Lincoln Hill , Islington ( London , formerly Mdx.), Italy , James I , n, n Jay (now Herefs., in Leintwardine ), Jay Morsse, Jellicorse , Wm., Jenkinson , Chas. Cecil Cope , earl of Liverpool , Jerningham ,

    Bethnal Green Social and Cultural Activities St Bartholomew's Mission Activities c . 1891

    very low order' was the 'curse of the district'. 75 It was the High Church and Christian Socialist Anglicans like Jay of Holy Trinity and the heads of Oxford House that recognized the value of boxing facilities. 76 Apart from

    Corrigenda to Volumes I-IV, VIII

    col. 2, for 'from' read 'by' " " 210, after note 43 add new note ' 43a i.e. Heath and Jay , whose population was returned under Herefs. 1801-71 .' " " 210, note 53, for 'Not' read 'Population not'

    Parishes Wokingham

    will for refreshments, whilst the remainder of the income is expended in tickets for bread, the recipients being mostly widows. Jay 's charity, by will date unknown but prior to 1664, formerly consisting of a cottage and 1 a. 1

    The parish of Whalley Index Map of Whalley Parish .

    judicious and able divine' See Manch. Guard. N. and Q . no. 1045. The name is spelt also Gea and Jay . He was educated at Magdalen Hall , Oxf.; B.A. 1662; Foster, Alumni . He was constantly resident in

    Townships West Derby

    the present Ormskirk mission. Robert Chantrell was a goldsmith. It occurs thus: 'John del Brakes struck and wounded Richard le Jay in the chapel of Derby on Sunday next after the feast of the Ascension , 1360'; Assize R. 451,

    Fugglestone St Peter

    over the care of the parish from 1655 to 1659 , 235 but he was replaced by Stephen Jay before the Restoration. Jay in turn was replaced almost immediately after the Restoration. 236 At the end of the 17th century,

    Index A-J

    Gibb, Jas.; Godson; Gray, -; Gregory & Bence; Hackworth; Haines , -; Hankin; Hart ; Hewett; Humbert; Jackson , Hugh; Jay ; Kellond; Kelly , Edw. and Herb.; Kerrison, Wm.; King, Chas. and Wm.; Kingdom; Laing; Leammell; Legg; Littlewood ;

    Domesday Book 1300-1540 AGRICULTURAL DEPRESSION CAUSES ALLEGED IN 1341 TAXED WEALTH IN 1327

    of the township of Bucknell in the lordship of Clun complained that the lord of Jay had inclosed the common of the townsh ip called Jay Morsse. 7 In 1413 Lord Furnivalle's tenants defended an inclosure made by the prior

    Index

    Fell , John, Bp. of Oxf., 78 Fellows , Dr. Ric., Prof. of Physic at Oxf. Univ., 82 Fennell (or Jay ), Pet., 188 Feria , Francesco de, 197 Fermor (Fermour), Anne, see Browne; Edw., 197; Geo., of Easton Neston

    Zoology Fishes, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals Pre-Historical Map

    the autumn of 1805. Others are reported to have been seen at Cothelstone and North Petherton (Mathew, Revised List). 81. Jay . Garrulus glandarius (Linn.). A resident. Common in some localities, where game is not strictly preserved. 82. Magpie. Pica

    Index A-J

    Moreton Valence , Mrs. C. S., Cecily , see Walsh; Chas. (fl. 1678), Chas., Vicar of Frocester (fl. 1849), Chris. Jay , Vicar of Westbury-on-Severn , David (fl. 1509), David, curate of Leonard Stanley (fl. 1842), Edw. (d. 1847), Edw.

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