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  • * British History Online *

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    Index, J, K

    Kerr , Sir John, 954. - (Carre), Mark, 482. Kerrs (Karres), the Scotch family, 605. Kerry , in Ireland, 1048. Kersall , Lanc., cell to Lenton priory, 364 (p. 141), 1234. Kesteven , Linc., 247. Kevanaghes . See Kavenaghes. Kevilioke

    Lancashire Fines, 1-3 Edward VI

    esq., and Joan his wife, Ralph Sacheverell and Philippa his wife deforciants of the manor and Cell, called Kyrssall [ Kersall ] , and of 20 messuages, 8 cottages, a water-mill, 1000 a . of land, 300 a . of

    Index, K, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    of Fernyhirst, Scottish warden of the Middle Marches, keeper of Liddisdale (1540), 94, 284, 432. Kersall (Kersawe) , Lanc., g. 942 (102). Kersawe , See Kersall. Kersey , Ric., p. 549. Kershope Foot (Kirshope Fuyte) , on the Borders, 94.

    Index, J, K, 01 June 1537-31 December 1537

    , of Fernieherst, I. 804. Kerrier hundred , Cornw., I. g. 1105 (9). Kerry (Kery) in Wales , II. 1237. Kersall (Kirsale) , Notts., II. g. 1008 (9). Kerseys. See under Cloth. Kershopefoot (Cressopefut) , on the Border, II. 990.

    Lancashire Fines, 31-38 Henry VIII

    Between Christopher Draper, plaintiff, and Baldwin Willoghby and Joan his wife deforciants of the manor and cell called Kirssall [ Kersall ] , with the appurtenances, and of 20 messuages, 8 cottages, one water-mill, 1000 a . of land, 300

  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Cluniac monks The priory of Lenton

    it, in addition to those already cited, were very numerous. 7 The following deserve special mention:-The cell or hermitage of Kersall , Lancashire , by Henry II ; the first draught of smelts, next after the draught of his steward,

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Rufford

    , Babworth , Besthorpe , Bothamsall , Boughton , Coddington , Eakring , East Retford , Holme , Kelham , Kersall , Kirklington , Kirton , Littleborough , Maplebeck , Nottingham , Rufford , Southwell , Staythorpe , Walesby ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Kersall moor was, that they were all in serious earnest. Coming events were said to cast their shadows before them. The shadow of something he would not name, but leave Lord John to guess at, was now displayed on Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    very characteristic speech, front which tie following is an ext ract _ - When I was the other day at Kersall Moor, talking a great deal, I said I would simplit'y the question of universal rights, and I will do Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    large quantity of papers. The most exciting event yesterday was arn announced meeting at eight o'clock, to take place at Kersall moor. About 500 persons were present. They here adopted a resolution that they would remain out until they got Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LATEST INTELLIGENCE. AEeRacA.-The Senate has rejected the San Domingo Annexation Treaty. The votes numbered 28 for and 48 against. Ratification would have required two-thirds of the votes to be affirmative. FRANCE.-It is stated that the Emperor will go next Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the steaaner Falcon, from Cork, landed at Liverpool Charles Kersall, formerly cook and ordinary seaman of the vessel Maid-of Anglesee, which Kersall says foundered.off the Longshipa. The account as given by Kersall shows-that the survivors had a trying experience before Subscribers-only content

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