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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Chilton

    Keane and Elizabeth his wife to Nicholas Knapp . 73 Apparently the whole manor came into the hands of the Knapps . John Knapp , the son of John and Alice, alienated part of the manor to his brother 74

    Aston and Cote Manors and other estates

    a 'capital messuage' in 1765 but not necessarily the site of Golafre's house, 47 was that in Weald later called Knapps Farm, south of Bridge Street . 48 It comprises a long range of limestone rubble, aligned east-west and not

    Parishes Great Linford

    in 1755 , 72 died in 1757 , and Linford was held by his widow Frances for life. 73 The Knapps appear to have put forward a claim which they renounced in 1760 . 74 Frances Uthwatt died in 1800

    Eynsham Buildings Eynsham

    house passed to Michael's children, Richard, and later Christopher, Knight or Martin (d. 1702). 91 It was acquired by the Knapps , who sold it in the 1740s to Edward Ryves , a Woodstock lawyer whose large Eynsham estate passed

    Bampton and Weald Buildings Bampton in 1821

    , 49 and Knapps Farm on Bridge Street , described below, 50 all began as small, timber-framed, three-bayed houses with open halls: Bell Cottage , the most archaic, retains a cruck truss, and Thatched Cottage and Knapps Farm are of

  • * British History Online *

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    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. George Buttolph Lane

    MS. p. 119. £ Mr. Potter 60 Mr. Mum & Mr. Beck, Dutch merchants 100 Mr. Knapps 50 Mr. Seamine, a Dutch merchant 12 Mr. Kentishe 6 Mr. Barker 8 Mr. Blackmore 30 Mr. Artson, a Dutch merchant 40 Mr.

    Index of persons, J-N

    , Lew. Kitchin , Mr. Edm. Jn. Klinckard , wid. Knape , Jn. a . Knaplock , Mr. a . Knapps , Mr. Knell , Barn. a . Kneller , wid. a . Knevett , (Nevett) Mr. Fran. Knewstubb ,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    an upholsterer and bedding manufacturer, at Carpenters Hall, L~ondonWall, and 343, Strand, (hot retired from business.) The real defendant; Messrs. Knapps, the builders of Cirencester-place, Mary- The jury in a few minutes returned a verdict for the plaintiff, This cause Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the number of thieves if people did not deal in their bnsiness as vou have done.-Alfred Lear. assistant to Mr. Knapps; of Church Street, produced a pair of top-boots which had been pawned by the prnsoner in October last for Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    LB ontetr trade. Unexeeptionable, rotorencos eequired,-Ad.' dress, (I, 63, Daily Poot, o7O2 1AOAID., oxlprlonced at vaioouritt,-Apply to M~r. Powell, Iit Knapps o otell, High Street, ol03 BARM~AID Wanted,_usedc to a quick counter trade.-Address, ANTEI) experienced ijarnoiid, uasd to quick countorbihus- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    -:-- e-ipect able Youth, Useda to the trade. nUTCF heii Park AiPy --' :Eil4Ws~td 'ii'mes, usied to the 1laisise is'TlsO -soton- Prnucipiet Woks. cl- - -s ~~P ~ ~ returalilt seen to Onatario, will TIe yo'it' y'ay~kl il Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    may be captured after breaking bounds 'will be im- prisoned in the Chateau of Blaye. Two Germans, named Romanzoff and Knapps, charged with having forged and circulated false notes of the Banks of England, Prussia, and Belgium, had been arrested Subscribers-only content

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