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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Friaries The Carmelite friars of Sandwich

    great kettle to St. Anne in the Friars in 1524 , and 20 marks to the master prior, Sir John Kete , who was to sing two years for her soul-one in Eastrey church and the other in the White

    Warminghurst Manors and other estates

    sister Elizabeth Shelley , apparently under Henry Shelley 's will. In 1629 Elizabeth settled the estate on her husband William Kete , who resettled it on his son Edward in 1636 ; Edward sold it to Henry Bridger in 1647

    Stogursey Stogursey Parish 1841 Stogursey Borough 1795

    the Quantocks in Ov er Stowey ; only small areas were recorded at Durborough, Idson, Shortmansford, and Shurton . 27 Kete wood, later Cat wood, between Stogursey and Steyning , was mentioned in 1258 -9, 28 and Monk wood, west

    Index K-Z

    , see Bexley ; Canterbury ; Dover ; Hawkhurst ; Tonbridge nobleman of, Keppel , Wm. Chas., earl of Albemarle, Kete : Edw., Eliz., see Shelley Wm., Killick : Thos., fam., King : F. H., Fred., Geo., R. M., fam.,

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, K, 01 January 1515-31 December 1518

    1366. Kerrydown , 582, 4259. Kersey , Suff., 947. Kersopbrige , on the Borders, 863. Kesthuma , Master de, 541. Kete , Sir John. See Kite. Ketilby , John, in com. for Worc., 709, 726, 1247. Kevill , , 3446.

    Index, J, K, 01 January 1586-31 July 1588

    314, 368; and see Lane. , , the sessions in, 396. , Bishop of, 236. , Knight of, see Fitzgerald. Kete , Roger, see Keate. Kettlewell , Michael, 80, 507. , , his reckoning, 222. Keys , Edward, Constable of Subscribers-only content

    The Llandaff Act Books, Chapter Act Books, volume 1 (1573-1721)

    orney in this matter. "Also then graunted that xli a yeare for this next yere shalbee allowed and payed to Kete the organist of the saide Cathedrall Church as his wages to bee paied vnto him quarterly by even portions."

    Queen Elizabeth - Volume 75, Undated 1570, 01 January 1570-31 December 1570

    lands, & c., in the Manors of Chakenden and Kidlington, co. Oxford, parcel of the possessions of the late John Kete. 92. Notes on the degrees of Nobility, Hereditary Succession of Dignities, Places of Honor, & c. 93. Grant of Subscribers-only content

    Index of names and places, K

    Clinton. Ket (Kett): Richard, ii. 40, 305, 474, 1076, 1330, 1376. Robert, of Wicklewood, i. 171. Thomas, ii. 671, 1076. Kete . See Keyt. Ketilby . See Kettleby. Ketlebeter , Major, ii. 1308. Ketleby . See Kettleby. Kett . See

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KETE, John, of Melcombe Regis and Dorchester, Dorset.

    KETE, John, of Melcombe Regis and Dorchester, Dorset. Constituency Dates Melcombe Regis 1391 Biography Kete’s family came from Melcombe Regis, but no evidence has survived as to what property they held there. It was probably the MP who, described

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    M~organerg, S s gadawodd Penarth am Marseilles Ebrill 22. Anin e Thomess.s.,disgwylir i ymadaw o Huelva heddyw am y Mersey. Kete 1homas,pasiodd Gibraltar am Waterford Ebrill 23ain. |lynnetay B.s., yn dadlwytho yn Naples am y Dan- ube Walter Tdocsas, s.s., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Tratc avio coifle c. WOOL.-The imports of woul into Lonedon ior the week ending' Thursday were but 160 bales from Germany and Madras. T'ie markeet was steadyv. Co-'rro,.-The Aluochfsfer market on Tlbirsdav, both for goods and yarns, 0 as Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    xitriep, Wln. 1'. Ceul'nSe iLeety, eJ.it F. 3iucioices inc lieul it, It ILlitete Cke-pSede i~eesy, StotJters t BaY h.iLe terrace Kete. Itebert Jeckio itelerle j cc liecy o, licattucee liocoie'd vSette, S situ iJ. it. Liioeei' inu ILey, Jdot, Eeq. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in tihe originat eaqe/Eu G OS 84 AND (1 OTHPR FINE OLD IRISH M£D'I2Iii!S; C 'D YEARS -OLD SCOTCH WLIIS~ti Kete n egs; VI by IAAICA. RUM, GIN, LrQuEU 0S ODIL,&e., and ' GI 11 25,J IN Bfi''*~ xe lle Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    : One failssee Ailvaisctl stage : ist( iii clans, Ilonry ltetteisgiiams, Arthutr Adams, V. ft. T'eyclessnej 2ntl class, Elizabsetth Steels, Kete .13. Itlrotlmeeton, I'iaeoasa J.- If1-ickin, W~illiass 13. Pasrkes, C. It. lobsinson ; no failure.4 lElemnentary stage : ]st class, Subscribers-only content

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