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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Wheathampstead with Harpenden Churches and charities

    and a large silver flagon with a paten bearing the Jenkin arms, and having an inscription t o the effect that they were given to the church by Godman Jenkin in 1720 . The first book of the registers contains

    Frampton on Severn Church

    writer on the history and agriculture of Gloucestershire , whose curate, William Jenkin , became vicar in 1784 and lived in Frampton until his death in 1813 . Jenkin 's successor, J. H. Dunsford , who became Rector of Fretherne

    Parishes Hardwick

    over 50 a. of the same estate. 48 In 1628 he held of the manor of Hardwick a close called Jenkin 's and c . 30 a. 49 which Samuel Vicars held in 1663 . In 1669 Charles Mainwaring succeeded

    Wormingford Introduction Wormingford 1838

    two- storeyed house of two builds, on an L-plan, timber-framed and plastered, with Georgian styling at the west front. 68 Jenkin 's Farm, ½ mile south of the church, was built c . 1583; probably in the early 17th century

    East Coulston

    34 In the reign of Henry VII John Lambe had inherited what were probably the same lands from his kinsman Jenkin Frankeleyn. 35 Lambe died c . 1501 and was succeeded by his son John who died c . 1514;

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    AftbObi-6it, ? Dywed papyrau Penrhyn Gobaith'Da;fad f y'parch. Robert -Moffat, tad yn nghyfraithr Dr Livingstone yr hwn sydd wedi treulio 50 mlYnedd yn genhadwrfyn Affrica Ddeheuiol yn bwriadii tald ymwreliad Tr wlad hon yn ystod y flwyddvn~bresenoL,:. ° Yng Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Jones, 21 oed, brodor f Tregaio thio rwg awyn peiriant y gwaith !ar mur-; llethwyd ef:ffanolaeth yiyfan. Dygwyd Jlanddy 'enw~n Jenkin Esds, a Joh Presser. i btawf~yu Mr3idlys Ab~erhond~du, d~dydd dwrfi diweddaf, a flaen~y Barnwr-lMeller. at y cyhudia4 v ladd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y a gy..Pdogaeth. Brsierdrachefn ynyr s yrroedd-.y gynulleidfai inagos.Bymaint agyny~bori. ;b NosLni;n, pregetbodd y Farchn .. Bohnm;a> j. . b Jenkin.: Felbchynr terfynbdd uieto'icyfarfodydd- . m nwyaf dyddoroly bu neb o'r rhai oedd ni ilbrcseihoVi--,, a ynddo erioid.- 'Y mae Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ddi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cweg; 'pigi y~yb~fchued~ trw~,Ugaesni ae unig hawifesole right) y h achilewnd'd yflygaid,, diweddar Jenkin Wifliniamsean 'cadif weithiaul, a, gwerthiir y Te-is'enan - ( peovwebfby a 0yclbn 'tenelad5 7' (Lozenges) by~~~~~~~agan y rhe~~~~~ ' Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ~Ps E Pigo, -.Y y1 wynedw chailewbdid y bl~a~tddn y ilygaid, ac muig hawlisl rjght) I iloeau enahdid wtbiau,R diweddar Jenkin ~W.iftiams, oadl et a .gwerthir ~rTeisend~u aoph syh teaneur (Lozenges)' hyn: gan y~ rhan chbra fwyaf o, Ffei1yr yferVwta Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    21 January 1691, 21 January 1692

    certain **¦ Truftees, to be fold or mortgaged, towards the Pay- " ment of the Debts of William Vaughan and Jenkin u Vaughan Efquires, deceafed." sha Water-works vice lecla efl Billa, intituled, " An Aft for Hodie 2 vice lecla Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1691, 15 February 1692

    certain " Truftees, to be fold or mortgaged, towards the Pay- " ment of the Debts of William Vaughan and Jenkin " Vaughan Efq. deceafed ;" to which they have agreed ¦without any Amendment. the more eafy Reverfal of Outlawries, Subscribers-only content

    17 January 1708, 17 January 1709

    Petition of[Juliana Jenkin, "Widow d Relift of John Jenkin Gentleman, deceafed, on Be¬ half of herfelf, and of John Jenkin, Richard Jenkin, Charles Jenkin, Thomas Jenkin, and Juliana Jenkin, In¬ fants, her Children by the faid John Jenkin ; and Subscribers-only content

    26 June 1820, 26 June 1820

    the Consequences of " the Bill had appeared before the Committee, and " consented thereto, except Lieutenant George Henry " Jenkin, (last Tenant in Tail in the Will of the Testator " John Vernon) who was proved to be on Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1825, 14 June 1825

    Clerk, Sir Robert Harland Baronet and al-> Leave t0 Dame Arethusa his Wife, John Palmer Cullum, Charles {££"]£¦ Jenkin and George Henry Jenkin; setting forth, "That Bill: " an Act was passed in the First Year of the Reign of Subscribers-only content


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