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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Compton Dundon

    from before 1616 are built of lias and thatch and had, usually, timber-framed partition walls. Lilac Cottage, Withies Cottage and Kerris , Compton , and Badger 's Cottage, Dundon , all appear to date from the late 15th century and

  • * British History Online * *

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    Extracts from the Records, 1580, Oct-Dec

    sall thame be cours to watche vnder the said vnlaw and payne. 6 December 1580. Kerris to liberty, Adamsoun, souerty . Ordanis William and George Kerris, sones to my Lord of Newbottell, presentlie in waird for the troublance committit on

    Extracts from the Records, 1585, Apr-June

    siclyk, ordanis the said thesaurer to pay to the watter berers quha assistet to quenche the fyre rayset in Jhonn Kerris howse at clengeing the sowm of fourty schillings and to resaue the sam againe of the said Jhonn, and

    Index, K, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    1525, 1528, 1531. Kerrier (Kyrryer, Kerr), hundred, Cornw., g. 289 (50), 1804 (18), 2684 (95), 2772 (12). Kerris (Kyrrys), John and William, of Kerris Vere, Cornw., 438 (4 m. 8). Kerry (Kyrry, Kery), lordship, co. Montgomery, 438 (3 m. 26):

    Border Papers volume 2, August 1596, 01 August 1596-31 August 1596

    reiffis as hes bene committit be the inhabitantis of the Eist Wardanrye of England, upoun the inhabitantis under Sir Robert Kerris office." Extracts . 1. John Dalgleishe of Wydoppin slain by Josua Dalivell, David Armorare, John Selby of Grenedoun, Lyell Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    years of age the country esitered a loss of £100. ; another had esa t- mated it at £210. Mr. Kerris, an eminenit political econo. mist of the United States, sld they bad received from i England, Ireland, and Scotland, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Eu~ngto:114a n9Gs COLWYN Bay.-Apsrtments. comfortable, pleasantly situatd., at moderate terms, for holiday. Inclusive ce3 fe. 6d. pet day. Birmingham reference.-Apply. Kerris Heade, .I Road. am COLWYIN Bay.-Corfortablo Apartments, near re and station good cooking and attendance; local references.-Bry-o<44l, Mostyr Bos Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    prizes for Mr. John Holm, of Waterexid, Esse One of themhas the chamjion cup as the best of the A=yrshires, Kerris, Dexters, or crosses. S6 far as can be judsed from a mre vizew of the ousidg, lbe showofchee3esisagoodonon the Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tor back; wi~llbooomewhite, soft, and smooibin the soideetweather, Warraoted harinless. P~ice Od. and Is.oust f,eo for 8 or 16 stamps Kerris, 87, Bernessastreet, London, Rielnhard and Sons, 70, Brigdate.LvI TEETH, -The bsst, Os,, a Set, 15; the old kiudhalf-prioe, T Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of a desperate encounter seven years ago between a burglar making off with his plunder and a I constable named Kerris, in which the latter lost his life. t After restoratives were administered Atkins was questioned by Inspector Bond and Subscribers-only content

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