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  • * British History Online *

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    Supplementary Records, Mansergh

    Supplementary Records ManserghMANSERGH. 1543 26 April. In the Will of Edward Mansergh of Mansergh, under this date, mention is made of his wife Barbara; his sons Christopher, George and Alexander; his daughter Alice and his grandson Edward the son

    Mansergh

    p.m., 13 Henry IV, n. 44. 1430 ? Thomas Redmane, Esq., of Thornto n sued William Mansergh of Mansergh, gent., and Thomas Mansergh of Mansergh for a debt of 40s.; De Banco R., Hil., 8(?) Henry VI. 1431 Tithe of

    Appendix No. 2, December 1710, 01 December 1710-31 December 1710

    Tower Mint, their petition is read concerning the recoining in Scotland ] . Referred to Mr. Baron Scrope . Jno. Mansergh [his petition is ] read. Ibid ., p. 203. Col. Nicholson [his petition is r ead concerning his ]

    Four Shillings In The Pound Aid 1693-1694, City of London, Tower Ward, The Commissioners etc of the Customs House, Tydemen

    Occupation: tidesman. Burt , John 0.00 0.00 1.00 83.33 Occupation: tidesman. Lewis , Lawrence 0.00 0.00 1.00 83.33 Occupation: tidesman. Mansergh , John 0.00 0.00 1.00 83.33 Occupation: tidesman. Bernard , John 0.00 0.00 1.00 83.33 Occupation: tidesman. Bryan ,

    Index, Inquisitions post mortem

    Lightburne , Edward; d. 1600, heir son Robert, aged 17 320 William; d. 1602, heir son Samuel, aged 10 320 Mansergh , Roger; (1323), heiress daughter Alice, aged 11 381 Christopher; d. 1568, heiress daughter Jane, aged 40 388 Mealbank

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Public services York County Hospital , Monkgate York Dispensary

    substantially improved sewerage scheme: James Mansergh , by then well known as a designer of sewerage and waterworks, was asked to prepare a scheme for York in accordance with the Improvement Act of 1884. 1 Mansergh 's report was submitted

    The parish of Lancaster Stalmine with Staynall STALMINE

    Goosnargh family next to nothing is known. 20 The manor descended to Alexander Goosnargh , who died in 1524 at Mansergh holding the manor of the king by a rent of 5 s . His son Thomas having died before

    Index

    Maltravers , Lds., see Arundel ; FitzAlan Manestie , Wm., Manhood , hund., Manners , Donald, vicar of Felpham , Mansergh , Joh n, vicar of Climping , Marchwood , Vcts., see Penny Marden , Owen, vicar of Climping ,

    Townships Goosnargh

    there is an illustration. In 1570 an agreement was made between Thomas Catterall of Little Mitton and Thomas Strickland of Mansergh , who had married Katherine daughter and heir-apparent of Thomas Catterall , as to a messuage in Goosnargh called

    Index L - Z

    433. Manners , Thos., 1st Earl of Rutland , 123. Manor Sch ., 449-50, 459, 531. Mansel , Rob., 534. Mansergh , Jas., 465. Mansfield , John, 508; -, surgeon, 157. Mansfield St ., 412, 540-1. Mansion House , 148

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    i N D, E X. -?, I A. AMERICA.-Proceedingsin Congress,.. 3. Accounts from, 28.. The Embargo, 6T.. Message of the Pre- sident, 256.. Mr. Jeffersonto the Bostonians, 677.. Message to Congress, 819. Addmiralty Sessions, trial of Chapman, for murder, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Cornet, by purchase, vice Chester. 2ml Dragoon Guards-Cornet J. S. Mansergh to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Robertson, who retires; F. Hogge, Gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Mansergh. 7th Foot-Liet. the Hon. T. 1R. H. Thurlow to be Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    thinning the numbers of the once hardy sons of this soil. Greenane eouse is no longer the residence of a Mansergh; its splendid draw- isnff-rooms and extended corridors are now in the occupancy of the ontcasts for whom the poor-law Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    in 7th Foot-Gth Foot: Ensign R. Ufnwin to be Lient. by purchase, vice ting, who retires ; J. L. 0. Mansergh, Gout. to be Ensigo, by porchase, vice Grogan, prototed-7thl Foot: L'ent. J. D. Verner to be Copt. by porelsose, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    A Mosse to be Capt, witbout purchasa. To be Lieutenants, scittotit purchase-Ensign J Davson, vice Stosse. Ensign J L O Mansergh. To be Ensign, withotet purchltas-J Cleric, Gent, vice Dawson.- 7th Foot: Lieut W J Hoaree to be Capt, without Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    28 January 1818, 28 January 1818

    Mansergh otherwise *• Charles Car den Mansergh, Richard Mansergh " otherwise Richard Martin Mansergh, Mary Man- " sergh otherwise Mary Martin Mansergh, John " Southcote Mansergh the younger, otherwise John " Craven Mansergh, Catherine Mansergh, and South- " cote Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    and devised " unto James Topping, John Stout, and Joseph Rawlins, " all that his Manor or reputed Manor of Mansergh, in " the County of Westmorland, with the Royalties, Fines, casual Profits, Manorial Rights, and Appurtenances should'first happen, provided Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    to do, but not otherwise: And the said Testator " thereby further gave and devised all his Manor of " Mansergh aforesaid, and the several Messuages, Tene- " ments, Lands, Hereditaments, and Premises within the " same; and also his Subscribers-only content

    3 April 1821, 3 April 1821

    of Mansergh, over the entire Township of Mansergh, " in the County of Westmoreland, with the annual Quit " Rents, amounting to Five Pounds Eighteen Shillings " and Two-pence Halfpenny per Annum, and extensive " Common Rights over Mansergh Common, Subscribers-only content

    22 March 1826, 22 March 1826

    stand revived against the said Charles Carden Mansergh, " as personal Representative of Richard Martin deceased, " The Reverend Robert Bell, as personal Representative " of John Southcote Mansergh deceased, Mary Martin " Mansergh by the said William Shortt her Subscribers-only content

 

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