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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Ayot St. Lawrence or Great Ayot

    were sold by Thomas Lewis and Henry and Margaret Hensleigh to Cornelius Lyde . 54 Rachel, the daughter of Cornelius , with her cousin and husband Lionel Lyde 55 conveyed half the manor and advowson in 1749 to her mother

    Parishes Newnham

    1899 . 32 Stukeley. Checky arg ent and sable a fesse and a border gules . Lyde Mill , worked by the River Lyde , probably marks the site of one of the two mills comprised in Maplederwell in 1086

    Parishes Shellingford

    ix, no. 3. There is a Sands Farm, a little to the south of Little Newbury Farm. Lyde Wood is now called Lyde Copse. Chron. Mon. de Abingdon (Rolls Ser.), ii, 276; Birch , Cart. Sax . ii, 372-4. The

    The parishes of Risborough hundred Bledlow

    and do abide Shall see the church fall in the Lyde , but fortunately this disaster does not seem very imminent. The brook running from the pool is called the Lyde Brook, and is used for two papermills, Bledlow Mill

    Frocester Economic history

    fields (in the north of the parish between Downton and Gloucester Road ), Breadcroft (to the north-east of the village), Lyde field, and Longfurlong; 49 Up field may have been the one later called Nut field, lying to the south-east

  • * Who Were The Nuns *

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    Mary Ann Addis

    Details Mary Ann Addis in religion Mary Scholastica Born in Lyde mother Teresa Bowyer father George Addis

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    so us ag dylrer mes e yr oherwydided * oedd ye yr nodosbarth a. th John-treet yr ydy*U on Yued Lyde @iyy Na,rotd oeddyA n ye dsgoyl ei gaol ye mer-, ndi neithrwydd iddnw. Pa slod a yriag, yr oddy Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    IWERDDON. Y LLOFRUDDIAETH YN LETTERFRACK. Cymerodd prawf Michael Walsh, ar y eybuddiad o lofruddlo yr heddgeidwad Kavanagh, le yn Dublin yr wythnos ddiweddaf, a phachaodd am dri diwrnod. Me o y cercharor ys frawd i Patrick Walsh, yr hwn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the evils of life, were hidden but for a time, only to be ultimately made more manifest. Old Stone and Lyde rocks had earlh become visible, but the one called the Bull still lurked i a transient disguise. Not many Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Warwickshire. well:' By William Jones. The Private Secretary. By Albany Caninology. Poyntz. The Practical Joke. By H. R. Horace to Lyde. Addison. Vesper Thuoughts. By William The Secret Cabinet; or, Don't dis- Jones. believe in Dreams. Post Mortem Examination; or, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    John, Ituislilp Layvr, Jalees, Twickenhlain Lt htretoss, Francis, 21 Sussex place Lewis, Frederick, St St Joh ,'s Wood terrace J Lyde, 3ionel, 201 llegent street 3;aof liessev, Poplar LAb ehre, Il .e lo nIerv. Deigrase otjalre Tluseellos, slenel F. it., Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    17 March 1709, 17 March 1710

    into Confideration as foon as the Proceedings on the Impeachment now depending are finifhed. Upon confidering the Petition of John Lyde Gentle- ReXI in Er- man, Plaintiff in a Writ of Error againft Thomas Rodd, One of the Attornies of Subscribers-only content

    29 November 1710, 29 November 1710

    Bifliop of Bath and Wells. Richard Lord Willughby of Broke. John Lord Sommers. Upon reading the Petitidii of John Lyde Gentleman, Lyde Plaintiff, in a Writ of Error depending in this Hoüfe, ^£*J wherein Thomas Rodd an Attorney of the Subscribers-only content

    15 February 1710, 15 February 1711

    hereby, reverfed; and that Judgement is hereby given for the Plaintiff John Lyde ; and that the Court of Queen's Bench do tax Eee»**. per the faid John Lyde his Coils, as if the faid Court had SSfl«7^,i*v given Judgement Subscribers-only content

    27 April 1711, 27 April 1711

    Ds. Hunfdon. Ds. Rockingham. Ds. Berkeley. Ds. Guilford. Ds. Aßburnham. Ds. W^?0M. Ds. Herbert. Ds. Halifax. Ds. Conway. Ds. Balmerino. Lyde •verfiis Rodd, in Error : " Comes Derby. Comes Lincoln. Comes Suffolk. Comes Bridgewa- ter. Comes Berks. Comes Rivers. Subscribers-only content

    24 March 1762, 24 March 1762

    the Road from the Turnpike Road ztWey- " hill in the County of Southampton, to the Turnpike " Road at Lyde Way in the County of Wilts ;" to which they defire the Concurrence of this Houfe. A Meffage was Subscribers-only content

 

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