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  • * British History Online * *

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    Inquisitions, 2 & 3 Philip and Mary (1555-6)

    Edward Berthelett my son and heir apparent and to his heirs for ever my manor of Hilhampton, my pastures in Mardon, co. Hereford, all my messuages in the said Parish of St. Bride, my messuages in Bishopsgate Street, and all

    Close Rolls, Henry VII, 1493-1494, 01 January 1493-31 December 1494

    Henry VII. Witnesses: John Doget, William Payge of Shorne, Thomas Nusam clerk. Oct. 10. Acknowledgment by John Tylle, gentleman of Mardon co. Kent, of the receipt of 47 l . 13 s . in four obligations in which Edward Fenkill Subscribers-only content

    Index, M, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    (Northmerdon), Suss., I. g. 226 (78 p. 131). Marden or Mardon , II. 546 (p. 347). -, John, II. 546 (pp. 302, 304). Marderby (Maderby), Yorks., I g. 226 (66). Mardon . See Marden. Margam or Morgan , co. Glamorgan,

    Volume 153, February 1657, 01 February 1657-28 February 1657

    Mary's, " 30 in lieu of 50 l . paid formerly. 30 Hen. Townley, Litlington, Cambridge 35 Minister of Steeple Mardon, " 25 " Tadlow, " 17 " Gilden Marden, " 22 Schoolmaster, Basingbourne " 9 All approved by the Subscribers-only content

    General Index, M, N, O, 01 January 1686-31 May 1687

    Solihull alias Marshall, William, a Roman Catholic priest Marden (Upmarden), Up, co. Sussex Marden (Mardon), Edward, recusant of Moretonhampstead John, mercer, of Crewkerne Marder. See Marther Mardon. See Marden. Margetson , John, captain, late company of Marie (Mary), Lady, daughter Subscribers-only content

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Hursley

    bearing not the name of the parish, but of the ancient castle of MERDON -(Maerdune, Meredune, Meretune, Merantune (ix cent.), Mardon , Merden (xv cent. et seq.)-within the parish. Though it is difficult to state with any certainty that the

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    obtain information respecting the Society and its operattans, can have a report gratis, by ordering it through their booksellers. London: Mardon, 7 Farringdon street; Smallfield and Son, 69 Newe- gate street; and J. Green, 121 Newvgate street. MRS MARCET'S NEW Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    J. Harding, Myddleton street, Clerkenswell,jeweller. [Garry, Chancery lane. J. A. Carson and Julie Frederica Finch, New Bond street, drets makers. [Mardon, Newgate street. J. L. Marccant, High Holborm, oilman. [Shearman, Gray's inn square. S. Whitev, Halifax, Yorkshire, machine maker. [Emmett Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    spinner. 16 BANKRUPTS. R. Walter, Coventry, ribbon manufacturer. [Wood and Ellis, Corbet coort, Gracechurcb street H. Foster, Newiugton causeway, draper. [Mardon, Newgate street. N. Norton, Blackman street, Borough, wine merchant. [Mi- chael, Red Lion square. J. Westhead, Manchester, smalliware manufacturer. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lectures, delivered at the Chapel in South place, Finsbury, by PHIIP Charles Fox, Paternoster row; Smsildeld and Green, Newgate street; Mardon, Farringdon street. I TAIT'S EDINBURGH MAGAZI NE 1 for Stetember, price One Shilling, contains-Socinlism; Robert Owen and e Bishop Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Spitalfields. E. Smith, Lawre,,e lane, Cheapside, woolen warehbuseman. f iilne and Co. Temple. S. Woods, Lower Tbames street, licensed victualler. [Mardon and Pritchard, Newgate street. J. Reed, Leeds, cloth dresser. [Robinson and Barlow, Essex street, Strand. E. and T. Oldham, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    PRIDE, Thomas, of Shrewsbury, Salop.

    for Richard II, Queen Anne, and himself. After making settlements on the church of eight messuages (situated in Barker Street, Mardon, Castle Street and Fish Street, in the suburb of Coleham and at Bicton),[footnote] he retained several other properties in

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