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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Snitterfield [ Plan of Snitterfield church ]

    Luscombe in Snitterfield ', and of lands called Comyns Field, Pardies Hill , and Hollow Meadow , 'reputed to be the manor of Comyns'. 42 No other reference to Comyns as a manor is known, but the manor of

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    have been irregular. 16 In 1815 Richard Luscombe was resident stipendiary curate of Moorlinch and served it and its four chapels including Chilton , taking services at Chilton every other Sunday. 17 Luscombe became vicar of Moorlinch in 1818 and

    The borough of Stratford-upon-Avon Borough

    held land outside the town, such as Robert Perrot , brewer, who died seised of the ' Manor ' of Luscombe in Snitterfield : 220 in a number of cases their sons entered the universities and the church or became

    Index A-Z

    Lovell , Edw., vicar of Shapwick , Lovibond : Geo., Hen., Loxley , hund., Lucy , Jas., Lundy Island , Luscombe , Ric., Luttrell : Alex., and his w. Florence , Sir Jas ., Capt. John A. F., Marg., w.

    Index K-Z

    Phil., and his w. Agatha, Lucy : Sir Berkeley , Constance, Sir Kingsmill , Sir Ric., Ludo (fl. 1086) , Luscombe , Ric., vicar of Moorlinch , Luttrell : Alex., And., Geof., Joan, John, Marg., w. of Thos., m. John

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    September last, by special licence, at the Chapel of the British Embassy in Paris, by the Rev. the Bisho? of Luscombe, Percival, se- cond son of Francis Benjanin Bedwell, Esq., to Emily Anna, only daughter of the late Isaac Blackburn, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Barrister-at-law, of a son. MARRIED. On the 24th tit., at the British Ambassador's Chapel, Paris, by the Right Rev-. Bisho Luscombe, M. Maxwell, esq., Captain Royal Irish Fusileers, son of the, late Lieutenant-General Sir John Heron Maxwell, Bart., to Charlotte Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warwickshire, grocer. [Motteram and Knight, Birmingllan.-D. Halsworti, Liverpool, woollendraper. [Gregory, Liverpool.-J. Hadfield, Duklinfield, Cheshire, grocer. [Setton, Manlchester.-t. Gribbell and 11. Luscombe, Tavistock, whole- sale grocers. [Stogden, Exeter. IDivilcends.-June 21, J. Woodlhams, Tuobridge, Kent, draper-June 21, NV. Wymark, Mistley, Essex, wharlinger-June Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Welch, Barn-bury place, Islington, lunkeeper. [Recd, Ironmonger lane, London-IV. Bowler, Wind- sor terrace, Old Kest road, hat manulacturer. [Turnley and Luscombe, Canion stre t, Lndon-R. Thompson, St John street road, Clerkenwell, linendraper. [Lumley and Lumley, Ludgate street, Loe;dn -. 'E. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Bamierauptey Asnsnulled.-T. Cook, Thorpe I Soalen, Essex, boot and ahcs maker. Zesuakruspts.-T. Holmes. St Paul's churchyard, City, bonkseller. (Turntoy and Luscombe, Cannon street, City.-J. Ellison, Bread street, Cheapside, ware- bouseman. [Reed and Co., Friday street, Cheapside.-R. Sic Naught, Bushy Heath, Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    General Index to the Journals of the House of Lords, 1 Geo. I - 19 Geo. III, Vols. XX - XXXV

    a. Royal Affent, 54 b. • er ez/. ;-Eftate Bill, 18 Geo. 2. brought in by their Petition, w/de Luscombe, Richard. LUSCOMBE, RICHARD Bill 18 Geo. 2. for Sale of Part of Eftate late his, in Devon- fhire, for Payment Subscribers-only content

    22 July 1784, 22 July 1784

    - Brigc Penelope, Williams - - Brigc Por gey - Snow Tygress\ Christian - Ship Findlay, Farrie - Brige Dispatch, Luscombe - Brigc Newry, Clarke Snow Judith, Shutter - - Ship Sally, Darrell - Lady Juliana, Sayle - Ship Two Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 5 December 1809

    8,000 — — To be invested in Bank of England Notes, and sent to Guernsey, consigned to Assistant Com¬ missary Luscombe ----^-------- 5,000 For the purchase of Gold Bullion, to be consigned to the order of Francis Hill, Esq. on Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 21 August 1810

    New River water to Midsummer 1809 To be invested in Bank of England Notes, and sent to Mr. Assistant Commissary Luscombe at Guernsey -------------- Deduct the like sum, the Notes having been repaid to the Bank the 18th March by Subscribers-only content

    Appendix, 1 November 1814

    —- Stanford. ¦— Pearce. — Hennen. — Wells. —~ Millingan. — Buchanan. — Bell. As* Surgeon Leaver. Surgeon Abercromby. — Luscombe. — Tully. — Doyle. — Reed. As' Surgeon Simpson. Surgeon Thompson. — Macleod. — Donahoe. — Walker. — McKenzie. Subscribers-only content


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