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  • * British History Online *

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    Wills, 35 Edward III (1361-2)

    Dated Saturday next before the Feast of Nativity of B. Mary [8 Sept. ] , A.D. 1361. Whereupon came John Lynedale and Johanna, wife of the same, in full Husting and put their claim. Roll 89 (182). Wyngeffeld (John de),

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    280 Lyndiwyk , Alice , relict of Robert, butcher, 359 Alice Gamelyn, goddaughter of, 359 Alice Goldesburgh, goddaughter of, 359 Lynedale , John, 48 Johanna, wife of, 48 Lynfeld , co. Sussex, chantries in churoh of, 324 Lyngth , William

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    witlh lerr Jonghumans, the famous buffo vocishist, Messrs. coopepr amid Foxeroft, Mrs. F, F,. Pille e n Tiouiipson. Miss Emily Lynedale, and Lieuteirint W est, air .exceptionally strong and hinteresting company Is Made M.!SEsM CONCrORT lISL.-The princip)al artiste Iappoarli;r at Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    istrstec, 1, Tqs L'asres, AIcester Road. Mloseley. -c,1O78 O~ tSELRY.-Ivythsrpe, Ascot Rloadi, sear railway station. Rent £1X0. Free till cliristnasa.-Applly, Lynedale, Ascot Roead. c6ll M ~OSFM.LIY-Convenient Family, Residence ; six roeess, drawing, sitting; large garden, coach-lhoise. stable. X£-10ZH2 Dale Beid.. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    this line has been the suicide of lovers of if teen and under. A sheriff officer on Tuesday went to Lynedale, in Skye, to execute decrees of the Sheriff Court for crofters' rents, as fixed by the Crofters' Commission, and Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    three first prizes and two second prizes. Other prizes were awarded i as follows :-Tnhs Oakley Hounds two firsts, the Lynedale one first, the Drockrlesby two seconds, and the Grove one u second. The South Berks, the Cheshire, the Chedding. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had been on shore -G. Heyn, Royal Prussian Consulate. The schooner Isabella, M'Renzie, of Londonderry, has been totally lost near Lynedale. Loch Snizort, Skye: very little ofthe ship's materials saved, and about one- half of the cargo (coal) lost. The Subscribers-only content

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