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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Catmore

    Thomas and John Lifford and their heirs. 39 John made a settlement of the advowson in 1599 , 40 and left it at his death in 1610 to his son Richard. 41 In 1634 42 Richard Lifford settled it on

    Alveston

    The largest holdings were those of Newsham Peers, Lord Lifford (300 acres, now Alveston Pasture Farm), and Thomas Hiron (now Alveston Hill Farm, 275 acres). 34 With the exception of Lifford (formerly Serjeant James Hewitt , a native of Coventry

    Parishes Hanney

    Thomas Goodlake of Letcombe Regis . 145 They have now lapsed. Six hides in LYFORD ( Linford , x-xii cent.; Lifford , xiii cent.) were granted to a certain AElfheah by King Edmund in 944, and were said later to

    Index K-Z

    , Lickey Hills , Lidbetter, H. , Lifford , canal junction, Lifford House , Lifford La. , Lifford (Dobbs) Mill , Lifford Mills ( G. R. Wilson 's) , King's Norton , Lifford station , Lightning Fasteners , Limesey ,

    Parishes King's Norton

    Side of Churchyard, Originally Forming Part of Saracen's Head Inn At Lifford , about three-quarters of a mile to the north of the main portion of the village, is Lifford Hall , a good brick Jacobean mansion of three stories,

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    oedd niani yr ail larll. Nid oes dim hynodrwydd yn perthyn i Iarll Portsmbuth fel siaradwr, nlac ychwaith i ViscouDt Lifford, yr bwn oedd y nesafi gyfareb y.Ty. Yr 5 dwyf wedi rhoi desgrifiad mewn llith o'r blaen o Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y rhai y mynai yn wastad eu eyflawni ei g hun, yn hytrach na'u gadael i eraill.-Galwodd Ar- Y glwydd Lifford sylw at weitbrediadau y Mesnr 'T'Ir r yn Iwerddon.-Gwrthododd Iarll Dufferin fyi .-1 i a ddadl ar y mater, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    O execelion hiks not, we believer been praciitsed sine the daIs et the White-boys.-On the 30th tlt, the assizes of Lifford ended. Wit. LiGuulmesI w to be exmected on Wednesday, and ltc .ifJthenw on li Thsday, for the murder of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    son of the Earl and Coun- tess of Wilton. At Ranfurley House, Rosstrevor, Ireland, in his i0th year, lames Viscnat Lifford. He is succeeded by his eldest son, the Hon. James Hewitt, a Comuis- sioner of Excise. On Wednesday, at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Views of So- ciety and Manners in the North of Ireland, and several other works. He had walked partly to Lifford, and accompanied the funeral of the late Mrs. Hum- phreys to the rave-yard, and whilst in the Church, at Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    8 May 1801, 8 May 1801

    Six Mile Bridge Ennis - Scarret Cork: Middleton Rathcormuck Mallow Macromp Fermoy Skibbereene Cork - - Bandon Donegal : Buncranagh Lifford - Letterkenny Killybeggs - • Donegal Downe: Downpatrick Newtownards « Newry Hillfborough Fermanagh: Ennifkillen Newtown Butler Galway : Galway Subscribers-only content

    21 June 1804, 21 June 1804

    of judicial Mifconduct, alledged to have been cora- ** mitted by the Petitioner at a General Affizes held at " Lifford, in the County of Donegall, in Augufl laft; *' that the Petitioner was further informed, that the faid " Subscribers-only content

    12 March 1805, 12 March 1805

    James Hamilton Efquire was affixed as an Overfeer in the faid Prefentments ; and that the faid Luke Fox, at Lifford, on the faid Circuit, in open Court, availing himfelf of his high official Situation, with a view to bring Subscribers-only content

    22 May 1805, 22 May 1805

    Circumftances, in the Petition of the faid " Jurors : And alfo, for having, on the faid Circuit, at " Lifford, in a moft unconflitutional Manner, endea- " vourecl to influence the Verdift of a Jury, impannelled " to try Subscribers-only content

    10 June 1805, 10 June 1805

    free " Communication both infide the Room and outfide, " they muft have known every Thing that paffed in " Lifford during the laft Day, from the free Accefs that " any Perfon who chofe, might have to the Room. Subscribers-only content

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    Speech ... at the election of the University of Dublin, ... 1841., 1841

    D Chichester , William, clei k, Tandragee Christie, Andrew, cleik, Ballygauley Chute, William M Chute-hall, Tialee Clarke, E M ex-scholar, Lifford Clarke, Charles Holycross. Cleaiy, RichaidP clerk, Enniskillen Cleaver, William, cleik, Delgany Close, John 1 oibes, cleik, Kilkeel Close, Edwaid, Subscribers-only content

    Autobiography ...: from the original manuscript, preserved at the "Manor House, Dunmanway", County Cork, 1860

    Baron Echlin, and began at Trim, 4th July ; at Cavan , 9th; at Iniskilling, 12th; at Omagh 15th; at Lifford , 17th; and at Londonderry , the 18th, where the city addressd me to print my charge. On 18th Subscribers-only content

    The alleged massacre of 1641., 1887

    * In 1641 and through the ensuing wars, the Protestants held Drogheda , Enniskillen, Omagh , Newtownstewart, Augher Castle, Ballyshannon, Lifford , Letterkenny, Derry , Coleraine , Larne , Antrim , Carrickfergus , Belfast , Lisburn , Newtownards, Down - Subscribers-only content

    Tory Island: letters, 1883

    therefore, to say that my account of their treatment of the county cess collector was taken from his evidence at Lifford Assizes, corroborated by oral testimony elsewhere. My late highly-respected agent would never have given the collector a passage to Subscribers-only content

    Tory Island: letters, 1883

    to risk his life again with men whom he described a.s dangerous savages, he was excused, it being agreed at Lifford Assizes that an armed force would be required to obtain payment of the arrears, then amounting to .£203 15s Subscribers-only content

 

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