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  • * British History Online *

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    Cecil Papers, June 1604, 01 June 1604-30 June 1604

    1604 Dispute between Penzance and Marazion over markets. 1604, June 8. Decree of Court. Refers to the intransigence of the inhabitants of Penzance in ignoring former injunctions not to keep markets to the prejudice of Marazion. The Court, willing to

    Cecil Papers, January-June 1621, 01 January 1621-30 June 1621

    the Committee. 27 pp. Inscribed: "Phillip Shotbolt his Booke." ( 253. 7.) W. Dowthwaite to Roger Reseigh, Mayor of Markasiew [Marazion ] . 1620 21, January 25. Has received the indenture, but if the sheriff will not return it, it

    Index, M

    his bill, 440. Margaret. See Manners, Margaret. Marghasiowe. See Marazion. Marguerite (Margarite) of Valois, 1st wife of Henry IV, King of France, ( d . 1615), mentioned, 198. Marhasewe. See Marazion. Maria , Infanta of Spain, secretly watched by Prince

    Index, M

    Map , printed, of headlands of England, 83. Maplesden , Jarvaise, of Battle, 264. Mar , Earl of. See Erskine. Marazion (Marhasewe, Cornwall), 155. Marbecke , Dr, Ro., a physician at Court, 324. -, letter from, 301. Marbury (Marbery, Merbury,

    Warrants etc, July 1700, 16-31, 16 July 1700-31 July 1700

    loco John Sabin deceased. Baldwyn Kingston as waiter and searcher at Marazion in Penzance port loco Nicholas Hicks removed. Nicholas Hicke (for several years waiter and searcher at Marazion) as landwaiter at Plymouth loco Stephen Harvey removed. Joseph Browne (one

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,C em1ple. XW. Ilix, Tv d St. Mary, Lilnshire, wool-bnver. Attorniep, MesFrs. 'il is andl Co. Warnford-rourt Tiiroemorton-sirep. .R; Michell, Marazion, Coriwall, tailor. Attorney, Mr. Fellett, 'Li' p le . W., Merce-r, Vnaltonfie-Dale, Lancashire, lime-burner. Attor7 niec. M&'?srs. Herd and-Co. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Hereford*, Henfig, Kidwelly, Kilgerran, Lampeter, Lau- gharn, Launceston, Leomisnster, Liskeard, Llandovery, Llanelly, MLantrissent, East Looe, West Looe, Lostwithiel, Loughor, MalmesburyS, Marazion, Marlbo- rough, Monmrousth, Neatht, Newbury, Newport (Menmi.), Newport, (Pernbr.), Okehamnpton, Oxford*, Pembroke, Penryn; Penzance, Plymouth, Plympton Earle, Presceign, &c., Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tlth year of his age. At her residence, 6G itlasrland place, Mrs Frassces Barsaouin, in her 94th year. On the 3rd inst. at Polegaze, Corniwall, aged 97, Ann, relict of the late John Turner, ES(], of Marazion, it that county. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    fallen trees. At Ivybridge some large oaks were blown down, and some damage vwas done to the railway station. At Marazion the sea carried away about a quarter of a mile of tile sea wall of the West Cornwall Railway, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Farm, county Derry, aged 102-On the 7th inst., at South Lambeth, Mr McRorie, in his 90th year-On the loth, at Marazion, aged 84, Mrs Cole-On the 11th, at Surbiton, Mrs Strugnell, in her 89th year-On the 12th, at Leicester, Mr Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    12 February 1761, 12 February 1761

    mouth in the County of Cornwall, through the Towns Arch. Cantuar. " of Penryn, Helfton, and Marazion, and from thence to " and over Marazion River and Bridge, ajid Two Hun- " dred Feet to the Weftward of the faid Subscribers-only content

    16 February 1761, 16 February 1761

    Town of Falmouth, in the County of Cornwall, " through the Towns of Penryn, Helflon, and Marazion, • and from thence to and over Marazion River an^ " Bridge, and Two Hundred Feet to the Weft ward of " the Subscribers-only content

    18 February 1761, 18 February 1761

    of Corn- " wall, through the Towns of Penryn, Helflon, -anti IC Mar anon, and from thence to and over Marazion " River and Bridge, and Two Hundred Feet to the M Weftward of the faid River and Bridge," was Subscribers-only content

    20 February 1761, 20 February 1761

    Town of Falmouth, in the County of Cornwall, " through the Towns of Penryn, Heißen, and Marazion, " and from thence to and over Marazion River and " Bridge, and 1 wo Hundred Feet to the Weilward of Louts have Subscribers-only content

    3 March 1761, 3 March 1761

    leading from the Town of Falmouth in the County of " Cornwall, through the Towns of Penryn, Helflon, and t* Marazion, and from thence to and over Maraxion " River and Bridge, and Two Hundred Feet to the i( Weftward Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    St. Michael's Lodge

    Lodge Number (A): 0 Lodge Number (1814): 0 Lodge Number (1832): 0 Lodge Number (1863): 0 ReNumber (1814): 0 ReNumber (1832): 0 ReNumber (1863): 0 Meeting Places Place unknown, Marazion, Cornwall 1777 Star Inn, near Market House, Marazion, Cornwall 1786

  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Ordinary's Account, 22/09/1752

    was repeating his Blows. 2. William Desent , was 29 Years of Age, and was born in the Town of Marazion , alias Market-Jew, in the County of Cornwall . His real Name is William Dustings , and his Parents

 

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