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You searched for: Place: Litchborough, Date from: 1600-01-01, Date to: 1699-12-31

Found 39 matches across 5 resources.

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 4, Chapter 4 Suburbs. The Lady Duddeley's Gifts.

    should be given to every poor Body that should meet her Corps on the Road. IX. She gave to Blaksley, Litchborough and Patshil 10l. a piece, to be distributed among the Poor the same Day her Corps was interred. X.

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Stoke Bruerne STOKE BRUERNE Stoke Bruerne Village Shutlanger Village

    and Litchborough from Edmund Lord Grey de Wilton and Florence his wife. 46 Also in 1499 John Grey , Lord Grey de Wilton , sold to Richard Empson all his lands and tenements in Shutlanger , Stoke Bruerne and Litchborough

    Index A-J

    Fox- Davies Fox-Davies , A. C., and see Davies ; Fox Foxholes , the, see Ironbridge Foxley (in Blakesley , Litchborough ,and Pattishall , Northants .) , France , emperor, see Napoléon I Revolution, wine trade, and see Sèvres France-Hayhurst

    Index K-Z

    : Isabel, see Burgh Sir John (fl. 1501), John (fl. 1501), Linley , and see Wren's Nest Lippesley , Jane, Litchborough ( Northants .) , see Foxley Little Bolas , see Bolas, Little Little Buildwas , see Buildwas Little Dawley

  • * British History Online * *

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    Cases before the Committee, October 1659, 01 October 1659-31 October 1659

    charge, witnesses were summoned, but the Parliament being turned out, nothing further can be done. 264 68 John Butler, Clerk, Litchborough, Co. Northampton. 19 Oct. 1659. Vol. G No. or p. The County Committee, having sent up examinations against him, Subscribers-only content

    Volume G 264, November 1659, 01 November 1659-30 November 1659

    trustees of Mr. Venables to be heard, and liberty given to prove his deeds in the country. John Butler of Litchborough, co. Northampton, and Rob. Owen of Stretford, co. Lancaster, to have copies of their charges. [2 copies , 1 Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 308, Undated 1635

    Mr. Cawdrey; Naseby, Mr. Perkins; Courteenhall, Mr. Castle; Hinton, Mr. Moreton; Marston-Lawrence, Mr. Chauncey; Warkworth, Mr. Marston; Pattishall, Mr. Burcot; Litchborough, All Saints, Mr. Ball; Braybrooke, Mr. Bent; Clendon, Mr. Baxter; MarstonTrussell, Mr. Horneby; Maidwell St. Peter, "the chapel is Subscribers-only content

    General Index, L, 01 January 1635-19 June 1636

    , see Liverpool. Lisbon English merchants trading to, petition of Lisle , Thomas Lisneygarvey , co. Antrim, documents dated from Litchborough , All Saints, co. Northampton Little , Mr., secretary to Thomas, Lord We ntworth Littlecote , Wilts, document dated Subscribers-only content

    Charles I - volume 351, March 25-31, 1637, 25 March 1637-31 March 1637

    and John Corderoy, servant to Charles Cockaine, that with one John Deacon, nominated a minister by them, they met at Litchborough, in the hundred of Fawsley, to levy the arrears of ship-money. Many distresses they made, and many locked up Subscribers-only content

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. W. Parkes, II, Aston Strget, or Ashold Farm. Tyhurn. p1638 JCIARPEFN.TER.-Yonng Man (21) Wants Job, as Improver.-G. '. White, Litchborough, Weedon. ei346 -ClLEEK (Copying).-Situation Wanted, In- respectable office.- _JAddress, Mis-s Edge, 144, Grosrener StreetW sot, LsWywocd.[e539 C'LEEK. (231 Wants Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Oats are in tolerable supw, and steady in price. Flour U plentiful, and ded» ing in price. BANKRUPTS. J. Masters, Litchborough, Northamptonshirr, baker. - J and J. B. Arden, Yoikshire, wine-mer- chants.-R. Thompson, Southampton, merchaar. -E. Hunt, Southampton, baker. - Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    4 8 gomery 6 5 6 Al'derminster, perßev. Han wick, perW.C. Brant 5 3 0 S. Price 3 IS 0 Litchborough, per Rev. Tarporiey, per Rev. P. W.A.Taylor 8 8 0 Egerton 38 3 9 Cottesbrook, per Rev. T.R 10 Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gelding, 6 years old, by the Duke of Beau- fort'; Sultan. 2. Grey Gelding, 6 years old, by Silver. 3. Litchborough, brawn gelding, six years old, by Hercules. 4. Brown Hackney, 5 years old. 5. Bay Mare, 3 years old, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    gelding, 6 years old, by the Duke of Beau- fort's Sultan. J. Grey Gelding, 6 years old, by Silver. 3. Litchborough, brown gelding, six years old, by Hercules. 4. Brown Hackney, 5 years old. 5. Bay Mare, 3 years uld, Subscribers-only content

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