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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oct. I5, Huddersdeld Roberts J. Carmarthen, draper, Oct. 12, Bristol Sadler R., irrmingham, rormmission agent. Oct. 12, Birmingham Shillaber J., Linkinhorne, farmer, Oct. 15. Eaeter Slim J., Rowley Regis, nail ironmonger, Oct. 12, Birmingham Smith J., Colrbester, grocer, Oct. 13, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    1S, iladdorstt~ld RiEser' J., B'rniastoul, , drirper, Oct. 12, BrIrtol SWudler R.. Birresmibtim, coinmuseren event. Oct. 12, Biraingham Ytillaher J.2, Linkinhorne, isirrer, Oct. 10, Exeter ' hus J.. bs Icwly 1Reis, neil irasmaru ter, Oct. 12, Birmningham sm'iil J., Coleluescer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tere Rev. James El. Moriarty; chaplain and naval instructor anl to the Siciftiure. Rey. William Henry Poland ; vicar of Linkinhorne. F. Patron, the Rer. B. Hichens. Roe. Cecil George Paget, M.A., vicar of St. Jamea', lIolt, imn Dorset- surrogate. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    staying at Vienna in order tl to study the Austrian judicial system. A boiler at Plusha mine, Linkinhorne, exploded on Friday night, killing two men, father and son. 01 The Gnion liner Alaska left New York on Friday for Liverpool, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    BAsxrmit.-Tho London Joint Stock, Bank. SpecratrAuy-J. A. ioaeph, Esq. Offices-4, 51,0-lane, Buekfershnury. This mine ie situated in the palleb. of Linkinhorne, in the couaty of Cornwall. It cocesa at the junction of the Granite and Rillas, a stroll. fication that Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    BOTREAUX, Sir Ralph (bef.1385-1433), of Linkinhorne, Trevery and Sewenna, Cornw.

    Ralph (bef.1385-1433), of Linkinhorne, Trevery and Sewenna, Cornw. Constituency Dates Cornwall Oct. 1404 Cornwall 1410 Cornwall 1423 Cornwall 1425 Cornwall 1427 Ofifces Held Commr. of inquiry, Bristol, Cornw., Devon, Som. Dec. 1399, May 1400 (concealments of personal possessions of Richard

    TRELAWNY, John III, of Woolston in St. Ive, Cornw.

    Mayor, Launceston 1457-8. Biography By a settlement recorded in 1422 John Trelawny ‘junior’ received land in the parish of Linkinhorne, a few miles north of Liskeard. Other family properties at Menheniot and at Woolston (where John later lived) were also


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