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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Little Horkesley Charities for the poor

    Horkesley 's share amounted to about £7 and the income in 1992 was £50. 8 Essex Wills , viii. 47; Knowles and Hadcock, Med. Religious Houses , 323, 365; T. Tanner , Notitia Monastica ( 1774 edn.), 125. V.C.H. Essex

    Worship in the Minster

    MS. 'Musicians and Musical Services' ( Knowles ), vol. ii, f. 323 a ; Knowles , 'Hist. Notes' ( York Pub . Libr.), f. 40; Walcott , Trad. and Customs Caths . 150. Knowles , 'Hist. Notes' ( York Pub

    House of Cistercian monks The abbey of Garendon

    Garendon of that name, but it seems probable. Knowles , Monastic Order in Engl . 657, citing Giraldus Cambrensis, Opera (Rolls Ser.), iv, 139. Ann. Mon . (Rolls Ser.), ii, 250. Knowles , Monastic Order in Engl . 657; Stat.

    Religious Houses House of Carthusian monks

    L.R. 2/61, ff. 16-17; Hope, Charterhouse , 84-88. Fuller account and plan in Knowles and Grimes, Charterhouse , 51-63. Cf. S.C. 12/36/26 , and extracts in Knowles and Grimes, Charterhouse , 84-86. Chronicler states that the chapter-house had not been

    Religious houses

    142/527/39; /554/57; C 60/541, no. 67. Sheahan, Hist. Hull , 427. D. Knowles and R. N. Hadcock , Med. Religious Houses , 188. Y.A.J . xxxii. 388. Knowles and Hadcock, Med. Religious Houses , 282; Test. Ebor . iv. 16

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Yr oedd y Nortbfest yn llestr a a gariai oddeutu 900 o dunelli, ac yn cae si llywyddr gan Cadben Knowles, dyn oddeutu 30ain mlwydd oscl, f yn myned allan gyda'r llestr hon am y waith gyrtaf. r Yr oedd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thhaese y 7Iirillo ye hye, a'r eiddo y Northifleet. Y ccc ferdaitd drychieebns den oedcd y gyntef i Cafibec yn Knowles fyned aliae gyd'r Nerthfleet, cc yr oedd ei c. rhyn-lywydd, Gader Octes, wedi ci wyeie yny wiad ryd bee Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pwrs i r. Williamsa o'i gwaith ei hun-nifen y sriucabs ymhi usr ydoedd aneirif. CyfJwynea yd yr anrheg i Mr. Knowles gan Miss Cordelia Lloyd Roberts, albbey Square. Wedi iddynt dderbyn en hanrheeion cafwyd gair neu dda gan M1r. Wililams Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mrs. williams, National School Miss Davies, Bryn'rodyn ; Mrs. Grifhth Springfield Mrs. Robert Griffith ; Mrs. Williams, Penbryn; Miss s Knowles ; Mrs. Williams, Idris Terrace; Mr,. ICatherine Griffith ; M;ss Jonee, New Shop. r I Yr un diwrnod anrhegwyd Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Williams, Bold Terrace, a obauwyd dormaa anhawdd ye fedrts gaa Mrs. Lloyd, Misses Bromley, Lewis, a Thomas, a Mnri. Drury, Knowles, obarts, .T. Williams, sa E. WIlliams. Yr oedd yr ameer i barotoi wedi bod mar fyr fel nad oedd Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 3, Chapter 2 Cordwainers Ward. [S. Anthonines Church.]

    900l. and upwards. MONUMENTS. Thomas Knowles the Father, and Thomas Knowles the Son, before mentioned, were both buried here, with Epitaphs: That of Knowles the Father was this: Here lyeth graven under this stone, Thomas Knowles , both flesh and

  • * John Foxe's The Acts and Monuments Online *

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    Q. Mary. The storie and trouble of Iulins Palmer Martyr.

    companie of certain godlie and zealous men abrode, in tyme of his expulsion, specially at the house of sir Fraunces Knowles: yet was he not throughly perswaded, but in moste pointes continued for a while, either blinde, or els doubtfull.

    Book 6, page 1788 (1563)

    Knowles persecuters which Knowles maried the Sister of the said William Harrisōs wife,Before mencion is made pag. 1655. of one Berye of Ailsam in Norfolke, Commissary. who in Quene Maryes dayes emong other his cruel actes, with one Thomas

    Quene Mary. The story and trouble of Iulius Palmer, Martyr.

    þe true Christians, it was to sharpe.Note the worshipful proufes of these quarreling Papistes.Itē, that certaine seruauntes of Syr Fraūces Knowles, and others, resortyng to hys lectures, fell out among thē selues, and were lyke to haue committed murther: and

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 December 1692, 12 December 1692

    of Elizabeth Clarke Executrix of Phillip Warwick, and of Francis Skinner, John Wadworth, Sir Robert Atkyns, Adam Wareing, Ni~ cholas Knowles, Edward Miller, Sarah Barbone, Thomas Jones, Charles Brexton and Mary his Wife, William Webb and Anne his Wife, John Subscribers-only content

    10 April 1694, 10 April 1694

    at Hicks' Hall, in December 1692, againft Charles Knowles Efquire, for* the Murder of Philip Lawfon Gentleman, it was *' removed into the King's Bench ; and the faid Charles " Knowles was in Hillary Terme following arraigned " thereupon Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1697, 28 January 1698

    this Houfe, was read, as follows; (videlicet^ " To the King's moft Sacred Majefty» " The humble Petition of Charles Knowles, Son and Ki"S> clanfl* « Heir of Nicholas, Brother and Heir of Edw'd, J^ «f " Son and Heir Subscribers-only content

    27 June 1780, 27 June 1780

    " in Line 6, and infert (" Thomas Thornhill, William " Walker Senior, John Caygill, John Royds and John " Knowles Efquires-, the Reverend Henry Wood D. D. the " Reverend Robert Charlefworth Clerk, the Reverend Cl Edward Nelfon Clerk, Subscribers-only content

    13 April 1808, 13 April 1808

    adjudged the E. Banburies Plea to " be good in Law, he was indicted by ye Name of Charles " Knowles Efqr he pleaded a Patent to his Grandfather " from King Charles the Fir ft and claimed by Defcent Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    KNOLLYS, Francis (1673-1701), of Lower Winchendon, Bucks. and Thame, Oxon.

    KNOLLYS, Francis (1673-1701), of Lower Winchendon, Bucks. and Thame, Oxon. Constituency Dates Reading July 1701 Biography Knollys was descended from the youngest branch of the family, the senior line of which held the titular earldom of Banbury during this

    KNOWLES, Charles (c.1704-77), of Lovelhill, nr. Windsor, Berks.

    KNOWLES, Charles (c.1704-77), of Lovelhill, nr. Windsor, Berks. Constituency Dates Gatton 28 Nov. 1749 Mar. 1752 Ofifces Held Entered navy 1718, lt. 1730, cdr. 1731, capt. 1739, r.-adm. 1747, v.-adm. 1755, adm. 1760, r.-adm. of Great Britain 1765-70. Ofifces

    DRAKE, Francis William (1724-87), of Hillingdon, Mdx.

    Entered R.N. bef. 1740, capt. 1748; gov. Newfoundland 1752-4; r.-adm. 1778; v.-adm. 1780. Biography Drake served under Knowles in the West Indies, 1748; under Rodney in Newfoundland 1751, succeeding him as governor; under Boscawen at Lagos, 1759. At various times

    FULLER, Rose (?1708-77), of Rose Hill, Suss.

    was back in England.[footnote] He returned to Jamaica c.1752 when Charles Knowles succeeded Trelawny, and was appointed chief justice. His brother John wrote to Newcastle, 15 July 1753,[footnote] that Knowles wished Rose Fuller to have ‘a dormant commission for lieutenant-governor

    BOSCAWEN, Hon. Edward (1711-61), of Hatchlands Park, Surr.

    command of the fleet blockading Brest, but was soon recalled; expected to be employed on the expedition against Rochefort; but Knowles went as second-in-command to Hawke. There were rumours that Boscawen was dismissed, and that he was ‘extremely angry’.He complains

  • * Cause Papers in the Diocesan Courts of the Archbishopric of York, 1300-1858 *

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    Place(s): Barnside (Barnside) : undefined Participant: AaronHerst [Hirst] Role: witness Details: male; 53 Employment: Collier Location: Kirkburton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Knowles(Knowles) : undefined Participant: JohnHoward [Howard] Role: witness Details: male; 79 Employment: Clothier Location: Kirkburton (YorkshireWestRiding) Place(s): Scholes (Scoles) :


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