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  • * British History Online * *

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    Admissions to the Freedom of York, Interregnum & Commonwealth (1649-60)

    Harrison, haberdasher Thomas Waide, winecowper John Thomson, laborer, for life Christopher Swaile, carpenter George Kettlewell, mercer John Foster, haberdasher Raiph Kearton, grocer Roger Ward, merchant Robert Hillary, mercer Tho. Gleadston, by redemption James Wilberfosse Peter Richardson, by redemption Edward Story,

    Index, K, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    Caynton. Kayo . See Kew. Keal (Keele), Linc., 438 (1 m. 24). Keal Coates (Kelcotes), Linc., 438 (4 m. 24). Kearton (Kyrton), Yorks, 1803 (1 m. 5). Kebe , Wm. See Keby. Kebell . See Keble. Keber , Walter, 438

    Index, K-P

    114, 116; Parsiv. 18; Ric. 116, 188; Rob. 98, 143, 180, 194; Tho. 143, 180, 194; Will. 12. See Key Kearton , Ralph, 115 Keighley , Geo. 120, 133 Keld , Tho. 197 Kell , Geo. 179; Tho. 203 Kelland

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 March 1678-31 December 1678

    de Dewit, petition of Kaus , Mr., case of, Sir Leoline Jenkins desires to undertake Kayling , Gaspar, pass for Kearton , Mr., to take Richard Potts' place at Stockton Keck , Anthony, counsellor at law, to be allowed access Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knights, Great Melton and Thurgarton, Norfolk, cattle dealer- May s, C. Gibson, South street, Grosvenor square, cheesemonger May C, IV. Kearton, Lamb street, Spiral square, cheesesuonger- May 6, S. ITarrison, Poole, provision merchant-May 6, C. J. Ba- nister, Derby, linendraper- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    his apparent indis- t position of'Tuesday, was admirable in the musio %i'bich, o Gounod has assigned the "Messiah." Mlr. Harpei Kearton a took Mr. Cusimlings's place, and Mr. Warlock, a local v baritonei that formerlyocoupiedbyMr.F. King. MissAnna I Williams also Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bth Iade noteve 7i'he reception which .Wolverhanmptow opele are nt9 accustomed to withhold~fromD.accompli -cdatives Of their 10. own county. Ziri Kearton was .ikowhje e batter than in the recitative "f ht* wlih'adi its acopnig Thou shalt break thdaw."1 High as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Miss Tlrindiclrrrnn Mariarno Eariquce, Miss Helen ar LD'Aiten, Mliss Damriarn, Mossr. Edwvardi Lloyd, .Jos, Mevas, la LT. W. Terrier, Havrper Kearton, Biridiorn. Barrcirgtoat IF1oote, Lurwing, srsrl Signor Froli and tire execritive btc resources will inclirre, as MIsIri, firil hanrd, orgusri, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Co., 16, F Lno h Street, E0.C. s k Messrs. Cooper and Scholt2, Pretoria end Johbaresberg. Its AUDMEo.-Mess<rs. Pait and Kearton, Chartered AcrItante, 70 er and 71, Bishopsgite Street Within, B.C. ey Iefssrs. Hore, Tapp, and Doidge. a, Coptball Bisilding, Subscribers-only content

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