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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Nailsworth Manor

    originated in the 2-yardland estate held from Avening manor in Henry II 's reign by Jordan of Nailsworth , 72 who was perhaps the Jordan Murdac recorded at Nailsworth at the close of the 12th century. 73 Walter of Nailsworth

    Parishes Farnborough

    17 was probably son of the said Jordan and father of the Jordan who was lord of the manor in 1279 18 and died in 1305 . 19 His son and heir, also Jordan , was lord of the manor

    Townships Kenyon

    Jordan 'the whole vill of Kenyon ,' at the rent of 1 d . a year or a pair of white gloves. 4 This was confirmed shortly afterwards by Robert, lord of Lowton , son of William . 5

    Parishes Kingston

    manor belonged to Jordan de Kingston , 7 to whom the king committed the custody of the county of Hants in 1280 . 8 He died seised of Kingston in 1296 , leaving it to his kinsman Jordan son of

    Houses of Premonstratensian canons Abbey of Otham

    de Dene, who gave his manor of Tilton in Selmeston ; and by Ela, the founder's daughter, who married first Jordan de Sackville and afterwards William de Marci; amongst other things she granted a yearly rent of 6 d .

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Y PARCH T. PHILLIPS, D.D. s r s * n s f I - I "Rested from his labours, at one o'clock p.m., on Friday, the 28Mh of October, at Aylstone Hill, Here- ford, in the sixty-fifth year of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    P.- Jordan' cdfreithiki; Mr.HJ. H Jones, 'Anhor- : ouse " Mr. E. H..ones, Monacida ':Villi ;Cadbeu. 1. .Freinan; Cadben -Bees Davies ; Mri.-T. 'Jonis,' J. '] Jones, a D.<R. Reers i Mkrs. Maddy, Dolauaeronl; Mrs. P B.. P. Jordan, Mrs. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gogleisio p aml. Yr oedd yr hen Negro Song, 'John. Brown,' yn oymeryd yn dda, aWr ' Gospel Train.' 'Boll, Jordan, Roll,' a ' Go down, Mos.' Cagla at gael adilad yn Tennessee i negethn i'r bobl dduon; mase amySed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    he was not for God took him." It was the valley of death thiough which he passed; it was the Jordan over which he went; but the transit was so swift, that neither the darkness of the one, nor the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    .which Moees spake according to the mouth of Jehovah, unto all the children of Iereel in the wilderness beyond the' Jordan in the plain." Gan mai Moses ei han oedd ysgrifenwr yr hones, an na bu sfe erioed dros yr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    to England; but Le More was put on-board a French, Sloop afterwards, and fet on Shore in England.&apos;&quot; &quot; Mr. Jordan fays, &quot; That, when Valiere was fick at &quot; Folkjhne, in September 1707, he told him, &quot; That the Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    wfffiPa great Seal at &quot; One Side; which the faid Captain Jordan read; and &quot; it was a Pafs for him and his Servant, fefr. And the &quot;•faid Jordan having heard that this iaid Clark had &quot; been took up Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1707, 18 March 1708

    for his Life 3 and Clark &quot; told Jordan, &quot; That, upon his Intereft and pleading &quot; for him, he was pardoned.&quot; &quot; And La More himfelf has told the faid Jordan, &quot; &quot; That the Duke * at Bologne Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1714, 12 May 1714

    Gentleman, Jemmet Raymond, of Woolverton, in the County of Southampton, Efquire, Dame Elizabeth Meux, of St. Margaret&apos;s, Weflm&apos;r, Wil¬ liam Jordan, of Gatewick, in the Parifli of Charlwood, in the faid County of Surrey, Efquire, and Phillipa his Wife, and Subscribers-only content

    24 January 1732, 24 January 1733

    faid Samuel John may enter into a Recognizance for the faid Appellant, as defired. and Jordan for TJie ljke Motion and Order, for Mr. Patrick Jordan to kir T. Pren- u, _ • dergaft. enter into a Kecognizance tor oir Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    JORDAN, alias BLANCOMBE, John (by 1521-60/61), of Weymouth, Dorset.

    JORDAN, alias BLANCOMBE, John (by 1521-60/61), of Weymouth, Dorset. Constituency Dates Weymouth Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Weymouth 1554-5, 1557-8. Biography John Jordan alias Blancombe had begun trading through the port of Weymouth by 1542 but as he was returned

    JORDAN, Thomas (?1689-1750), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    JORDAN, Thomas (?1689-1750), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 21 Apr. 1720 1722 Biography Thomas Jordan, the last male representative of his family, was returned unopposed as a Whig in succession to his father, William Jordan. He did

    JORDAN, William (c.1665-1720), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr.

    JORDAN, William (c.1665-1720), of Gatwick, nr. Reigate, Surr. Constituency Dates Reigate 15 Mar. 1717 1720 Biography The Jordans were country gentlemen, settled at Gatwick since the fourteenth century. On the death of Sir John Parsons in 1717, William Jordan successfully

    JORDAN, John (d.c.1422), of Dorchester, Dorset.

    JORDAN, John (d.c.1422), of Dorchester, Dorset. Constituency Dates Dorchester Jan. 1397 Dorchester Sept. 1397 Dorchester 1402 Dorchester Jan. 1404 Dorchester 1406 Dorchester 1407 Dorchester 1410 Dorchester Nov. 1414 Ofifces Held Bailiff, Dorchester Mich. 1405-6, 1407-8. Biography Jordan first sat as

    JORDAN, William, of Sandwich, Kent.

    JORDAN, William, of Sandwich, Kent. Constituency Dates Sandwich 1381 Sandwich Feb 1383 Sandwich Apr. 1384 Sandwich Feb 1388 Sandwich 1391 Ofifces Held Jurat, Sandwich Dec. 1379-80, 1381-2, 1383-5, 1386-7, 1390-2; mayor 1388-9. Biography William Jordan was probably related to Stephen

  • * Queen Victoria's Journals *

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    Wednesday 10th February 1841

    the upper servants. The Archbishop of Canterbury christened the Baby from the new Font, & with water from the river Jordan , sent by Dr Browning for the purpose. The names the child was given were: Victoria, Adelaide, Mary Louise.

    Sunday 29th September 1839

    & drew. - After Luncheon Ld Melbourne came to me. He told me that a man of the name of Jordan , had gone to Paris to get bills guaranteed & now he appeals to us for help the pay

    Sunday 29th September 1839

    come. “You asked me about the bank”, said Lord M., and he continued that a man of the name of Jordan had gone to Paris to get these bills guaranteed, and now he asked us for help to pay the

    Friday 28th December 1838

    Society, and so did Kemble; and also Mrs. Siddons - but that she was stupid. Lord M. talked of Mrs. Jordan; I thought he couldn't remember her, but he said he did perfectly, and remember going to see her act

    Wednesday 16th January 1839

    Dorah Bland”. But I asked Lord M., why shouldn't it be Dorah Jordan ; Bland was her maiden name; Lord M. said, he had no idea who Mr. Jordan was, or if she was married to him; “She lived with

 

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