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You searched for: Place: Jeffs, Date from: 1500-01-01, Date to: 1599-12-31

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  • * Victoria County History *

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    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;

    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.

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    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

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    Jehovah's Witnesses , 334 Jefferies : Job, 362 John (d. 1778), 131, 380 John (d. 1818), 131, 380 fam., 145 Jeffs , Hen., 370 Jelf , Jas. (later Sir Jas .), 133, 140-1, 145, 156, 161, 165, 380 Jellicoe ,

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    : Edw., Rob. de (fl. 1344 ) Rob. (fl. 1649 ) rector of Bladon , ferries , Fesse , see Jeffs Fettiplace : Ant., Edw., Ffennell , R. W., Fiennes : Edw., see Clinton fam., Findall , Ant., Findon ,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Warrant Book, October 1705, 16-31, 01 October 1705-31 October 1705

    seized in fee of the manor of Catterick (whereof the said lands are parcel) mortgaged same in 1674 to one Jeffs in trust for Sir Edward Hunlock : in 1676 Mary Brathwaite, his mother, and the said Hunlock assigned to

    Warrants etc., July 1697, 16-30, 16 July 1697-30 July 1697

    Sir Stafford Brathwaite assigned the inheritance of the manor to his mother Mary Brathwaite who with said Hunlock and Eliz. Jeffs in 1676 June mortgaged to Barbara Strickland for 1590 l . and in the following Sept. for 300 l

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 September 1638-31 March 1639

    Sir Brian Jarvis , Thomas Jay , Sir Thomas Jeaderth , see Jedburgh. Jedburgh Jeddard or Jedworth , see Jedburgh. Jeffs , Thomas, petition of William, petition of Jellie Flower , see Gilly Flower. Jenison or Jennison , John, petition Subscribers-only content

    Volume 15, January 1651, 01 January 1651-31 January 1651

    of London, referred to the Irish Committee. 14. To write the Commissioners of Customs to deliver to Jacob Willet, Robt. Jeffs, W. Legatt, and Nich. Kelk the parcel of yarn stayed by them upon information that they were Scotch goods, Subscribers-only content

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    hands of B. Lloyd, 1499. Jefford , Thomas, mayor of Exeter, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants Fines, co. Somerset, 1804. Jeffs , John, of Thornborough, co. Lincoln, 20 85. Jeggon , Robert, Commissioner to enquire of Recusants' fines, co. Yorks

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Orford and E. Nash, Birmaingham, . archiltetas'S. and G. Seekings, St Ives, minlers B. and T. Smnith, Stockport, ala brewero--J Jeffs and H. Stocker, NorthamPton, cabinet makers-W. and S. E. Clarke, Tisetford, attorneys-at-laW-J. F. Eail and Mfanr Miller, London road, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    mind, llistoire de la Reunion de la Lorraine a la France. Par M. le Comte d'acaussonville. Paris: Michel Ldvy. London: Jeffs. There is just now a vacancy in the French Academy, and the author of the work before us is Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of Moral and t Political Philosophy of China. Translated from the e Chinese by M. G. Pauthier. Charpentier, Paris t Jeffs, London. The merit of studying the difficult language of China, f and of translating the sacred literature of that Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    again ! " BIien ! DA -Huit AnJqces de aouverneonent Paplemeic- taiire. Par M. le Comte de Mlontalivet, Ancien Ministre. Jeffs. To take up the word so incautiously uttered by M1. Rouher, when the last session of the French Legislative Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    arid at the expiration of that time to find security that the offence should not be ropeated within twelve mnionhs,-Thonmas Jeffs chargsd William Warmiugton witir stealing two poles, his property, valns 2d,, on the 2ttLr December. TFerer was not the Subscribers-only content

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