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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Brightwell

    in 1292 . 75 In 1350 Mackney is first called a manor. 76 In 1196 Ralph de Mackney recovered from Thomas de Mackney his inheritance, consisting of a messuage and 61/2 virgates in Mackney , and he granted to Thomas

    Parishes Sotwell

    Prince of Wales , is said by tradition to have stayed here when Robert Court , his auditor, lived at Mackney 5 in Brightwell (q.v.). The site of the mill mentioned from the 10th to the 13th century 6 is

    Hughley Hughley in the 18th Century

    . i. 20 and map facing p. 1. C. P. Burnham and D. Mackney , 'Soils of Salop .' Field Studies , ii (1), 92-3, 95; D. Mackney and C. P. Burnham , Soils of Ch. Stretton Dist . (Mem.

    Parishes South Petherton The Church of St. Peter and St. Paul , South Petherton

    of Joylers and other property on his wife Anne. 489 After William's death in 1553 Anne married John Dauncye of Mackney ( Berks .), and they together granted Joylers mill and small parcels of land first to John Walrond and

    Index A - Z

    152 Berkeley : Wm. (fl. 1479), 177 Wm., see Portman Berkshire , see Basildon ; Cumnor ; Hampstead Marshall ; Mackney ; Newbury ; Windsor Bernard , John, 70 Bernardini : Peter, 60 Phil., rector of Merriott , 60 Bernyll

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    paid for thder-lahotirs, adnl 2re hodulid to perform the tasks imposed upon them. T'}IIe flachiney Writers mnay be compared to Mackney (t'chmvttef. Like them, they may be hired for the job, or ioz It lay, w o0thl, cr year. Like Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    For- nyth, Gent.; to be Resigns without purchiase-6ard Foot: Enoign C. C. Bye to be Lieut. without pur chase, vice Mackney, deceased; Ensign A. Grey to be Lieut. witisout pnrclhaoe, vice Pye, whoeo plonotiern without purelsaso On I'le Otis March, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Monday, 'there will be amany a droll song and recitative given by the famous Ross, and his brother in song, Mackney. Their representations of wit and music are well knowni to Bir- mingham men, and by the programme we find Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. F. W STRANGES FIRST FETE-The most popular Entertain- nent this season.-Vocal and Instrumental Concert, by Engllsh 6rtistes. the inimitable Mackney, OrgauFerformances. the celebrated Band of the Coldstream Guards (by permiseion of Colonel Newton). lrystal Palace Orchestral Band, the Cremona Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr. F. WV STRANGE'S FIRST FETE-The moet popular Entertain- cnt this season.-Vocal and Instrumertal Concert, by English tistee, the inimitable Mackney, Organ Performances. the celebrated and of the Coldstream Guards (by permission of Colonel Newton), rystal Palace Orchestral Band, the Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online * *

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    Mayor

    May 24th, 1620. He was the second son of Thomas Bennet, of Clapcot, Berks, by his wife, Anne Molines, of Mackney, Oxon. Alderman Bennet, 1631, was his nephew. His elder brother, Richard Bennet, of Clapcot, by his marriage with Elizabeth,

    Index, M

    231. Mablethorpe , Malberthorpe [co. Lincoln ] , 516. Mackney , Makeney [in Brightwell parish, co. Berks ] , manor, 383. Maddacombe , Madyncombe [in Abbotskerswell parish, co. Devon ] , manor, 1110. Maddington , Madyngton [co. Wilts ] , Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    of Sefton, co. Lancs, Receiver of the Duchy of Lancaster, 116. petition to Cecil, 117. Molyns , Sir Michael, of Mackney, Wallingford, co. Berks, 10. Monbasson , Madame. See Montbazon. Mongomeri (Montgomeri), Jacques de Lorge, Comte de, English embassy escorted

    Index, M

    carman of the stores in Ireland, 1095. Macknelly , Francis, smith's assistant to the Train of Artillery in Ireland, 1182. Mackney , John, agent to Bishop Burnet receiving secret service money for him, 916. McLaughlin , John, pioneer to the

    Index, M, 01 January 1509-31 December 1514

    1522. Machyn . See Matching. McIan (Mackan, Mackeyn) [of Ardnamurchan ] , Scottish chieftain, slain at Flodden, 2246 (4), 2973. Mackney (Makkeney, Makney, Macney), Berks, 438 (2 m. 14). McLean (MacCleen, Makclayn) [of Dowart ] , Scottish chieftain, slain at

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