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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Augustinian canons The abbey of Norton The Abbey of St. Mary , Norton

    by the death of William the Constable and his successor, Eustace FitzJohn, gave pasture for 100 sheep to Hugh of Keckwick on condition that he finished the church in every part according to the first foundation of William FitzNeal. 6

    The City of Leicester Social and economic history, 1506-1660

    indicate their real business activity. Richard Barnes , vintner, bought and sold w ool as well as wine. 21 Thomas Keckwick , fishmonger, was a farmer. 22 Richard Byllyng was a member of the haberdashers' company, but an ironmonger. 23

    Leicester Index A - Z

    Palmer , John (d. 1627); farmers, 78, 102-4, 106-7, 284, 372, see also Abney , Dannet, Freake, John (d. 1595), Keckwick , Mosely, Hen., Mountenay, Nutt, Jas. (d. 1663), Peel , Hen. (d. 1639), Slater, Hen., Swan , Thos., Thompson

    General Index A - Z

    439, 441; Wal., 439; fam., 442. Keck , Ant. Jas., 131, 133, 134; fam., 435, 444; see also Powys -Keck. Keckwick , Thos., 77, 103 n . Keene , Wm., 105 n . Kellam , Mary, 88 n . Kelly

  • * British History Online *

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    House of Lords Journal Volume 11, 12 July 1660, 12 July 1660-12 July 1660

    Proceedings. ORDERED, That the Act concerning Judicial Proceedings be read To-morrow Morning. Keckwick's Petition. Upon reading the Petition of Jane Keckwick: It is ORDERED, To be referred to the Committee for Petitions. Answer from H. C. The Messengers return with

    Surnames beginning 'K'

    s; Rob, s; John, s, 64.4 Kechin -, Madam, wid, 12.19 Keck : John, 20.24 John, gent; Marg, w, 1.30 Keckwick : Joyce, ser, 30.6 Sam; Eliz, w, 30.6 Kedder Eliz, ser, 68.3 Kedg Jaine, ser, 80.7 Keeble : Cary;

    Index, K, 01 January 1676-31 December 1679

    , Oliver, waiter, Stockton, 1221. Keating , Maurice, petition, 97, 504-5. Keck , Mr. [Counsel ] , 77, 436, 841. Keckwick , William (Bonyalva, Cornwall), 1392. Keels measuring see Newcastle, Sunder land. Keene , Edward, head collector, Suffolk, 817. Kegworth

    Appendix III

    from his Majesty to your Lordship. Resolution hereon : nil . Book of Petitions , p. 69. Same from Willm, Keckwick : [shewing that he was ] tenant for 2 lives of part of the manor of Bonyalva, part of

    General Index, H, I, J, K, L, 27 July 1614-30 August 1616

    164 Keble [Keball, Kebell, Kibble ] -, Abraham, 13 -, Ann, 13 -, Edward, 35, 271 -, John, 146, 167 Keckwick , Hugh, 122 Keepe , Thomas, 12 Kellett , William, 93, 196 Kellway , Henry, 202 Kelly [Kellicke ]

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    privatemark. The burgl] s are not yet apprehended. . A CHESHIRB FARMER SHOT.-A gen acddent occurred, on Thursday morning at Keckwick. four miles from War. rington, by which a, fanner, named Matthew Boardman, lest his life. The deceased was proceeding Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Mayor of Warrington giving two of the prizes, one of 6 and one of 3. Mr. Ralph Tickle, of Keckwick, carried off the prize of 6 for the best three cheeses exhibited by any person in Cheshire or Lanca- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    atid Mrs. Fisher, MIr. Elgie. Mliss w A. Voodhead, .Miss Salt, Mlr. Frost, Mir. and Mrs. Thorpe, Mlr. Harvey, MIrs. Keckwick, Mrs. Holden, Mr. Thacker, 1, M lr. Bell, Mr. Cottrell, Mr. T. S. Scholes, &c. &c. Sc. b w Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oai Pr, soeat of them (that i to say): Runeforn,, Dutton, Ast~n-by-Suttosl W a0 'Daresbury, Haiton, Aston Grange, Kekewick otherwise Keckwick, tiO I ut Moore, Newston-by-Daresbury, Norton, Preston-on-the-13ill, Stock in tmhe Bld Sutton, and Preston Brook, inthe coutatyof Chester; Preesot, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the Mayor of Warrington giving two of the prizes, One cf&d ice and one of 31. Mr. Ralph Tickle, of Keckwick, carridi s. the prizm of 61. for the beat three cheeses exhibitedbyu' 2 bo person in Cheshire or Lancashire, Subscribers-only content

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