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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Yelford Nonconformity

    but no later reference to Roman Catholicism has been found. 62 Several generations of the Baker family, tenants of Manor farm from the 1760s to c . 1820, were Baptists attending Cote chapel. 63 Above, church. O.R.O., MSS. Oxf. Dioc.

    Stondon Massey Worthies

    See Manor , below. For Byrd's career see E. H. Fellowes , William Byrd . See Manor , below. Reeve, Stondon Massey , 19. Ibid. 20. Ibid. 23, 141. See Church, below; Reeve, Stondon Massey , 186. See Manor ,

    Stondon Massey Roman catholicism

    some of the gentry remained Roman Catholic after the Reformation. William Shelley , lord of the manor in the late 16th century, suffered imprisonment and forfeiture of his estates for his recusancy and for his part in Catholic plots. 54

    Rampton Economic history

    nobleman. No-one in the village was wealthy enough to be assessed in 1522 . 92 Lord Scrope was leasing the manor c . 1520 for £13, while the holdings of tenants-at-will brought in c . £18. 93 The Alcockes probably

    Classes of documents in the Greater London Record Office ( Middlesex records) used

    Allen-Cooper Estate and Family Papers Acc. 410 Banks Collection Acc. 1038 Records of Colney Hatch Asylum Acc. 1289 Records of Manor of Topsfield Hall, Hornsey Cal. Mdx. Rec. Calendar of Sessions Records, 1607-12 Cal. Mdx. Sess. Bks. Calendar of Sessions

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    Front Page, 1 August 1726

    Gent, of the third Part, for the Con- federations therein mentioned: The laid late Earl did convey to the /aid %/"«* ilfotftf &»*** and >&» Mwto*, and their Heirs, all that the Manor «/ -/ -r A and BSH r^r^ Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 1 August 1726

    the Manor of W^/0^r«<? Fwzcfr in the Parilh of Wz/»Jw«<r ^//fo/zWr, alias l^/wtar/ze 0//zz/7#»z Srftf#0n*«z, with the Advowfon of the Church of PK/'w- forw ilB/W/tftw, alias IVzwztar/tf 0«?/>»«r S<w#0r#«f, with a Farm called Smw«'s F<zr/K, and all that the Manor, Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 1 August 1726

    Sir J<?&» Crof/ey, fince deceas'd, for his life, and after his deceafe to the fame Ufes as the * faid Manor and Premifles, in and by the faid recited Indenture of Re- leafe are limited and fettled; and appointed the Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 1 August 1726

    Manor of FTzw/^/t^ Fr«w#, with the Appertenances in the Parifh of Wzazfovw .4//Jfo/- /tfzar, alias JiPifazfo/w wawnm /a»^r»/», or elfewhere, in the faid County of Dor/fr; and all that Farm or Tenement, called Smum Farm, and all that the Subscribers-only content

    Front Page, 1 August 1726

    all that the Manor or Manors of Lwg Cra#z7/, alias GtfwfoV/, alias 0*^7/, G^f iWwr, Cratof, and W/»zfowr»<?, with the Appertenances in the faid County of Dw/<tf j and alfo all that the Manor or reputed Manor of Li^ri JHz/zV^f, Subscribers-only content

  • * John Strype's Survey of London Online *

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    Book 1, Chapter 26 Bethlem Hospital.

    London , late a worthy and charitable Member and Governor of this Hospital, did by his last Will give the Manor of Barfreston (alias) Barston , and divers Lands in the County of Kent , of the Yearly Value of

    Book 1, Chapter 27 St. KATHARINES Hospital.

    . Lands, Rents, and Tenements in the Towns of Renham and Hartlip in Kent . The Manor of Chissingbury Priory in Wilts . The Manor of Quarles in Southampton . The Manors of Queens Court and Bermgrave, or Bringrave, and

    Book 1, Chapter 27 Charter House.

    that had been made for him, and suitable to his degree: For he had allotted to him by Will, the Manor of Turback in Lancashire , consisting of a fair antient House, two Parks , and large Demesnes, plentifully stored

    Preface 7 Chapters and Contents.

    the Capital Messuage and Scite of the said Manor , and all other Messuages, Houses, Gardens, Orchards, Lands, Tenements, Meadows, Pastures, Leasures, and other Grounds, being the the Demesnes of the said Manor , with the Butts and Bounds thereof;

    Book 1, Chapter 15 TOWER of London. The Constable.

    in Rumney Marsh , late the said John's, Robert's, and Humphrey's, of the Value of 50l. 18s. 9d. And the Manor of Glas- senbury, and all other Lands and Tenements in the County of Kent , Surrey , and Sussex

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ass-dlm parotoadau wedi eu gwneyd mewn perthynas i'n svvydd a farnwr, yr ban a,. wnaed yn wag trwy farwalaethi Arglwydd Manor. Y mae Meistriaid Strahan au ownpeini, cyhoeddwyr barddoniaeth Tennyson yn sicrhau i'r bard brenhinol y swin o 4,OOOp. yn Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    y perchenogion haelionus yn meddu dim ond yr arwyneb. Perthyn y minerals i bendefig ur- ddasol fel Lord oJ the Manor. A darfu iddo ef Iwyr wrthod rhoddi caniatad iddynt i adeil- adu. Nid am fad yno fwnydd o un Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    G~tbaietdhau. IEITHYDDIAETH GYMHARIAETHOL. Syr,-Gwnaed Ilawer cais o bryd i bryd gan rai o brif ddysgedigion y Cymry i gymharu geiriau yn yr iaith Gymraeg a geiriau cyffelyb mewn ieithoedd eraill, er mwyn dangos fod perthynas agos rhyng- ddynt, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    colli ein gafaiel arno, nae yn ddifater yn qi gylch Dywedai iddo fod yn aros am ychydig gvda hwy yn Manor, ermnwyn cael gwoled y dull goreu o garioyipolaen ysgol- ion dyadiol; ac yr oedd ei ymddygiad fel dyn ao Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Mr b1 Evans :-Fod cydnabyddiaeth ddiolchgor b"li Fethodistiaid Aberddr. yU cael ei roddi. i G. Wi liams, Ysw., r.H., Muskin Manor, am ei gared- gr,~ydd a'i wasanseth mawi i'r Cyfumdeb ar yT a"mrllchjad hwn. . Yr oedd y ddirprwyaeth wedi Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PARKER, Armstead (c.1699-1777), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants.

    (c.1699-1777), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Peterborough 29 Jan. 1734 May 1741 Peterborough 3 May 1742 1747 Peterborough 1761 1768 Biography Parker was returned in 1734 for Peterborough as a Tory on his family interest, voting against the

    PARKER, Charles (c.1663-1730), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants.

    (c.1663-1730), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Peterborough 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1726-7. Biography Parker, who held property in Peterborough on a lease from the bishop,[footnote] was returned for the city as a Tory, voting against the

    MOORE, Daniel (b.1701), of Widmere Manor, Marlow, Bucks.

    (b.1701), of Widmere Manor, Marlow, Bucks. Constituency Dates Great Marlow 1754 1761 Biography John Moore was of the Moore family of Fawley in Berkshire.[footnote] Daniel Moore seems to have gone from America to Barbados as a merchant.[footnote] It is not

    TENNYSON, George (1750-1835), of Bayon's Manor, Lincs.

    (1750-1835), of Bayon's Manor, Lincs. Constituency Dates Bletchingley 1818 Feb 1819 Ofifces Held Maj. 1 regt. N. Lincs. vols. 1803. Biography Tennyson, articled to a Hedon attorney William Iveson in 1767, became a bustling and prosperous attorney who in 1794

    PARKER, Charles (1663-1730), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants.

    (1663-1730), of Burghberry Manor, Peterborough, Northants. Constituency Dates Peterborough 1710 1722 Ofifces Held Sheriff, Northants. 1726–7. Biography Parker’s grandfather, Lawrence Parker, appears to have ranked among Peterborough’s social superiors as a ‘gentleman’ and one of its ‘governors’, but his father

  • * 19th Century British Pamphlets * *

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    An essay on Ireland ...: being two extempore lectures ... 1856, for the benefit of the Irish Speaking Society., 1856

    vast, as your book is calculated to confer on the literature and religion of Ireland . " Lord Dunrevin, Adare Manor . " You brought out, in a very attractive way, the Ancient History and Condition of Ireland for all Subscribers-only content

    Our Christianity tested by the Irish question., 1887

    the population of Ireland , were excluded from sitting in Parlia¬ ment, and from voting for members. The Borough or Manor system, in Parliamentary elections, which had been started by the- Stuart kings, was a masterpiece of corruption. James I Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    T. Hickey , in 32 the Chair :- The action of Mr. Peter Fitzgerald , sub-agent to Earl Dun - raven, was commented on and condemned, for making Adare Manor headquarters for boycotted goods.- Munster News, March -2, 1887 . Subscribers-only content

    Ireland in 1887., 1887

    adjourned since the last meeting, was taken up. Smyth served notices in May last on the tenants of the Rosslea Manor estate for the emergency agent, Athol Dudgeon , for which Smyth alleges he got £5. Smyth came before the Subscribers-only content

    Literature at nurse: or, Circulating morals., 1885

    a little too much ankle appeariny from under this skirt Tell me, I beseech you. The story of " Foxglove Manor , " by Robert Buchanan , reeks of the pulpit and the alcove. The hero is a young- parson Subscribers-only content

 

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