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  • * British History Online *

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    Joshua Johnson's Letterbook, 1773 (Oct- Dec)

    to the damages [incurred for nonpayment ] . Mr B[uchanan ] says he owes the money but that Cowden [not Kerr ] ought to have drawn. You will get it renewed and send it with the proper papers when it

    Wills, 9 Edward IV (1469-70)

    Wills 9 Edward IV (1469-70) ANNO 9 EDWARD IV. Monday next after the Feast of S. Chad, Bishop [2 March ] . Style (John), vintner. To be buried in the parish church of S. Gregory near S. Paul's, to

    Journal, September 1706, Journal Book K, 01 September 1706-30 September 1706

    Leeward Islands, notwithstanding Commadore Kerr's order to the contrary, dated 14th July, 1706. Copy of Colonel Parke's letter to Commadore Kerr, offering his and the Councill's opinion about the staying of the Sheerness to attend the service of the Leeward

    Index, J, K

    310. K. Keith , Sir Andrew, 60. -, Sir H., of Forssa, letter from, 609. - William, a Scot, 1335. Kerr , Sir William, 278. Kerrs of Teviotdale , 975. Kesone , Henry, 1416. Keswick , copper, silver, and lead

    Index, K, 01 January 1579-31 December 1580

    Papist in Paris, 279. Kendall , English Papist in Paris, 279. Kent earthquake in, 291 du Plessis gone into, 341. Kerr , Kier, Henry, Secretary to Queen of Scots, 153, 162. Kempson , , English Papist in Paris, 279. Kethulle

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gan y Parih. E:iSteephen a.J:-D. Jones.. yJ.- , A.NTIIE1Y fUDDIILOL DDIRAWRlSTTO L'a-hn Oxvain w Alaw. -1AN'SIDiSI FUDDUGOL'CONAV F; ono TghJarLa Kerr. - * 0 :--- 4~~~~~~~F 'ai -C - : ' 0; - :q ~PedacrCenog.. :< ...... : H YFFORDDWR Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Granard, Leeds, n Dinbych,' Dunraven, - Oxford, Gamsborough, d. Buchan, Louth, Norreys, Huntingtower, N Nigel Kennedy, Gilbert' Kennedy, Henry 0a Kerr, Charles Thyme, gyda phendefigesau ei megis, Ducesau Leeds, Norfolk, 'Buccleuch, 'I Ducesau "gwaddolog Argyll, Argiwyddesa vl gwaddolog Londonderry, Ardalyddes''Queens- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn bvnod o gynyrchiol a £fnrythlon. Dywed Mr. Hill, sydd ar daith ymcbwiliadol I Ivsieuaeth y wlad, idd, esgyn mynyydd-Belaedenl Kerr, c wedi cc l yno yn yr uchdler a 2 500 troedfedd goeden drlieitbr ardderchog a.] blodea cociaion and; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Enwad. Mae Dr. F.. . Lees, F.S.A., &n., Dr. Gale, Periglor Treborough, C H. Mudge, Ysw., M.R.C.S., Dr. N. S: Kerr, M.D., Parch. Proffeswr Kirk, D.D., Parch. Jabez Burns, D.D., 3 Parch. D. Burns, M.A., a'r holl brif Ddiwygwyr Dirwestol Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eglwysi o bob :Enwad. Mae Dr. F. 1R. Lees, F.S.A., &c., Dr. Gale, PeriglorTreborough, E. Mudge, Ys9., M.R.a.s., D~r. NS. Kerr, M.D., Parch. Proffeswr Kirk, D.D., Parch. Jabez Burns, D.D., 'arch. D. Burns, MA., a'r holl brif Ddiwygwyr Dirwestol wedi Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Higham Park Long of Draycot . Sable crusily and a lion argent .

    p.m. Edw. III , file 6, m. 27. Rev. W. J. B. Kerr , Higham Ferrers , 165-9. Ibid. 164. Ibid. 163; Parl. Surv. Northants . no. 34. Kerr , op. cit. 169. Parl. Surv. Northants . no. 34. Cal.

    Parishes Ayot St. Peter

    manor then passed to the younger of his two sisters, Lady Amabel Kerr , who died in 1906 , when it came to her husband, Admiral Lord Walter Kerr . 61 Lamb , Viscount Melbourne . Sable a fesse erminois

    Parishes Campton cum Shefford and Chicksands

    94 and since that date it has remained in his family, being vested at the present day in Sir Algernon Kerr Butler Osborn , bart. 95 The church at Shefford was a chapel of ease to Campton . In 1567

    Birch Nonconformity

    who in turn sold it in 1857 to William Charles Kerr . 12 Kerr was succeeded in 1878 by his son Russell James (d. 1910), whose son Sir Russell James Kerr , chairman of the Gloucestershire County Council 1920-31 ,

    Parishes Meppershall

    was then in the hands of Sir George Osborn , bart., 68 from whom it has descended to Sir Algernon Kerr Butler Osborn , bart., one of the chief landowners in Meppershall parish. 69 In the nineteenth century the manorial

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 November 1707, 28 November 1707

    oa &apos; &quot;White Staves do attend Her.Majefty, humbly to &quot; defire She would pleafe to give Order that Commodore &quot; Kerr (as foon as he comes to Town) do attend this &quot; Houfa; a Complaint againft the Behaviour of the Subscribers-only content

    1 December 1707, 1 December 1707

    Majefty&apos;s An¬ fwer to the Addrefs of this Houfe, relating to Com¬ modore Kerr; (videlicet,) « That Her Majefty will give Direftions, that Com- g£^S &quot; modore Kerr (hall attend this Houfe, fo foon as he Commodore &quot; comes to Subscribers-only content

    15 December 1707, 15 December 1707

    Clock. The Houfe being informed, &quot; That Commodore Commodore « Kerr (by Her Majefly&apos;s Command) attended at the ^ to at* *• Door:&quot; It is Ordered, That the faid Commodore Kerr do attend this Houfe on Thurfday next, at Eleven Subscribers-only content

    17 December 1707, 17 December 1707

    will fuffice to give One, which is, that of the Jamaica Ships lately departed thence, under Convoy of Com¬ modore Kerr, with Two other Men of War and a Fire-ihip ; which Men of War and Fire-fliip are all arrived; Subscribers-only content

    8 January 1707, 8 January 1708

    pnefentes Ordered, That Captain Wm. Kerr and Mr. Wood do*?* lUCrUflt * * * • &quot; &quot; -&quot; &quot;~* *&quot;-¦ * Woo 707. Mr. Wood1, at the Bar, delivered Six Papers, relating toInforniations Captain Kerr. K^ attend this Houfe To-morrow, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KERR, Sir William, 3rd Bt. (d. 1716), of Greenhead, Roxburgh.

    later earl, of Roxburghe by James VI and I. Lord Kerr accompanied King James to London upon his accession to the English throne, and during his absence nominated Andrew Kerr, laird of Greenhead, as answerable for the men of his

    KERR, Hon. William (bef.1682-1741).

    write it to you. After Mr Kerr had given up the case, Sir Gilbert said he ought to have a vote of the House declaring that Mr Kerr had no just pretensions. Mr Kerr, being by, said he ought to

    ELIOTT, Sir Gilbert, 3rd Bt. (c.1680-1764), of Stobs, Roxburgh.

    Kerr’s petition, ‘Sir Gilbert said he ought to have a vote of the House declaring that Mr Kerr had no just pretensions’. Kerr responded to this charge with such vehemence that Eliott initially apologized, claiming he meantno affront to him

    JOHNSTONE, Sir John, 1st Bt. (d. 1711), of Westerhall (Westraw), Dumfries.

    Dumfries Burghs, which necessitated both canvassing on his own account and supporting James Murray* in the shire. In March 1711 Kerr was ordered to prepare his regiment for service in Flanders and Johnstone duly arrived in London in early April.

    KERR, Hon. William (bef.1682-1741).

    KERR, Hon. William (bef.1682-1741). Constituency Dates Berwick-upon-Tweed 1710 1713 Dysart Burghs 1715 1722 Aberdeen Burghs 25 Oct. 1722 Berwick-upon-Tweed 7 May 1723 1727 Ofifces Held Col. 7 Drags. 1709-d.; groom of the bedchamber to the King 1714-27; brig.-gen. 1727;


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