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You searched for: Place: Jeffs, Date from: 1500-01-01

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Heston and Isleworth Protestant nonconformity

    together. Zoar originated when James Jeffs started holding Baptist meetings in his house on Sunday afternoons. They were addressed by the minister of a Baptist chapel at Old Brentford of which Jeffs was a member. Jeffs 's house was in

    Parishes Preston on Stour

    appear to have been fairly large and mostly comparable in size. Some families held land there over long periods, the Jeffs family from the early 14th century to the 17th, the Yate family from the early 14th to the 18th;

    Economic and Social History Social History since 1815

    artistic merit'. 90 Jeffs included films of local interest, such as films of the royal visit to Birmingham in 1909 or 'Shakespeareland' ( 1908 ). One satisfied customer wrote to him in 1909 : 'Dear Mr. Jeffs , I must

    Parishes Great and Little Bourton

    both also named Thomas; the grandson sold the estate (82 a. after inclosure) to William Jeffs , a Chacombe butcher (d. 1816) in 1772 . Jeffs 's son William (d. 1860) was followed by his daughter Mrs. Elizabeth Berner (d.


    of, see Knollys, Sir Wm . Bernard : Thos., 139 Wm., 139 Berner : A. B. M., 178 Eliz., see Jeffs Bessemer , Hen., 65 Bette , beadle of Banbury soke, 7 Beysand , Thos., 180 Bicester , 112 Binding

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    a murder had been perpetrated there in a mysterious manner, inquiries were made, when it appeared that a female nramed Jeffs, house- keeper to Mr Lett, No. 11 Montague place, Russell square, came by her death in a very awful Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    e felony, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment in the House of Coree tion. The late Mr Jones, and Mirs Jeffs' first husband, Mr Knio hit wereo very intimate terms. The prisoner Jones, before his bad habits were drsCh vered, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr Jeffs, was next examined. He i feather manufacture r, living at 32 Cursitor street. Had known the prisofle and his family many years. The prisoner lodged with him last sunt? and lad sometimes visited his mother (Mrs Jeffs) in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pantomime. We slid till the play was over, and then went home together. I had only seen ZsJie late Mirs Jeffs twice in the house in Montague place ; once in the pre- sence of Mr Knight, and once in Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Peachey, Brighton, draper. [Bartlett and Co. Nicholas lane. C. Fenton, Clement's lane, Lombard street,plumber. [Holmes and Co. New inn. 3. Jeffs, St James's place, St James's street, perfomer. [Robin. son asd Co. Chartehbouse square. J. Martin and Martha Hall, Waterloo Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    19 January 1718, 19 January 1719

    is Ordered, That the faid Petition be, and is hereby, rejected. Report con¬ cerning loft Records on Writs of Error: Jeffs <verfus Bolton & a!. and King wrfus Skt & al. PRAYERS. The Earl of Clarendon reported from the Lords Subscribers-only content

    16 April 1719, 16 April 1719

    tain Caufes on Writs of Error lately depending in "this Houfe, wherein Bolton and Bridgen were Plain-' " tiffs, and Jeffs Defendants; and the fame Parties " Plaintiffs, and King Defendant; or any other Caufes " of the like Nature, Subscribers-only content

    17 April 1719, 17 April 1719

    Writs of Error lately depending in tion f Alder this Houfe, wherein Bolton and Brldeen were Plaintiffs,llien a"l! c°-? and Jeffs Defendant, and the fame Parties Plaintiffs, men, Report and King Defendant, or any other Canfes of the likecf- Nature, Subscribers-only content

    Appendices, 22 April 1831

    Parish, SECOND CLASS. Boot, Thos. Blackwell, Edward. Bull, Thos seiir. &c. &c. 18th October 1830. BOYS. Bliss, Edward. Gibbs, James. Jeffs, John. &c. &c. [61] At a Vestry held at Byfield, pursuant to Notice, on the 16th Day of October Subscribers-only content

    The Names And Descriptions Of The Proprietors Of Unclaimed Dividends On The Public Funds Transferrable At The South Sea House, Which Became Due On Or Before The 31st December 1780., 19 March 1792

    Underwood, Junior, and Ed- ward Jeffs — — Elizabeth Uwdak, Endneld, Spinfter — Bridget Vade, Spinfter, and Thomas Bagfhaw, both of Bromley, Ktitr, Jnd Edward Benfon, Shenfield, Eflex, Efq. — Giles Vat-kennfer, Junior, Amfterdam — — Paul V<ttfaf») Strand ______ Subscribers-only content


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